Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 19, 1969
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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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Discussion Tabled 4th Bank Robber Reluctant/

Arrested In Ark.Lester To Spend

City Legal .

,. ,;i.k ; ; ,' Tax $ $ $

Wayne (Buddy) Ruis.; former Starke resident

l .t and the last of four accused of robbing the Keystone
Fee Is n x ro '1 1i. After agreeing that they
HitA (Heights) State Bank on April 3, has been
did not wish to spend thetaxpayers'

i. captured, --. and sentenced 10 years for armed robbery money for Ifjral

in i\1'Kansas. fees. Bradford County School
Ruffs was arrested Saturdayby
$366.05 bill Attorney has become a controversial issue
paid City local authorltes in Corning, Board decided it
George Pierce and Councilman with the city fathers.
r Ark., wherehewaschargedvrlth really had no choice but topro
second time Tuesday 'p, ,
Nell Tucker to oftenhearings For r
Nolin armed robbery of a Corninggrocery to Court in answer to
Councilman P,
rate Increase asked night
store according to
the suit filed against them
the matter -and got
by Florida State Telephone Co, brought up
Robert E. Cebhardt, Special
request that by the County Commissioners. -
nowhere with his '
of the Jack
sya' Agent in Charge
Pierce relnburse the city. .
sonville FBI office.
Discussion was stymied Tuesday Gcbhardt said it is possible The County filed a suit

No Pool night when the matter was that additional charges may be against the School Board on

tabled on a 3-2 vote with Chair- filed against Ruls. Authorities June 13 asking that the Board

man Orle Wiggins voting with ..,, are checking possibility] that pay 60 per cent ($9.600)) of the

AllowedFor Tucker, who made the motionto the car which Ruis[ had when he $16.000 legal fees Incurred in

table and Councilman Jim was arrested was a stolen car. the four-year-Iong timberland

my McRae. When Wiggins at Ruis's mother Mrs. Effle- assessment fight.

FirmTurning tempted to continue explanationof tir Cooper, 706 McMahon St Starke Before the School Board meet

the matter after the vote to said yesterday that her son ing was called to order Tuesday

table Tucker and McRae called ? had been sentenced to ten yearson nIght Superintendent Tom Cas

thumbs down, the him "out of order" and got dp the Arkansas charge and left ey commented that about two

Starke City CouncU has refusedto to leave the meeting. Wednesday morning to start and a half years ago he had

allow the Turntablo Record But they resumed their seats < ,,. s, serving the term In the Arkansas checked with an attorney in the

Shop to install a pool table when Wiggins said discussion < State Prison. Mrs Cooper State Attorney's office concern

where persons 18-years-old and would not be continued. said she obtained this! inform ing this matter.' "At that limo /

under might play. Nolin, who made a trip to BB'g did this damage to this road grader windshield as it tlon in long distance telephone I was advised that we could
Permission to Install a pool Bonlfay to the second phone the money
conversation with the sheriff'soffice not legally spend
wu parked In the county yard In north Starke County Commissioner BUDDY RUIS
table was requested by Gladys: hearing with Attorney Pierce Bfi's Hard in Corning and was also when we were not enjoined) in
J. M. (Buck) Norman points to the holes.
Dicandlo but in a separatecar this development Wednesdayafternoon. "
Lee and Millie operators and Tucker told that Ruls would serve his the suit.

of the record shop and first brought the bill up at The pellets were apparently fired from outside the ya''d.' term there before being!! He also said that the Board

music center at 167 West' Call the June 3 meeting, His motionto On County It is suspected they were fired from COS guns which can be brought back to Florida to stand A spokesman for the FBI had never officially been approached

Street have Pierce refund the money however, said they would like the
pumptd up to high velocity. trial on the bank robbery by the County on

"You ladles don't get a pool died without a second and the It Is the third road grader windshield which has been shot charge. to try Ruls at ths same time matter.

table," Councilman Jimmy Mc- matter ended there. WindshieldsA up with BB's Norman said. Damage Is estimated at around Neither the Clay County Sheriffs ns other defendant in the case After the meeting was called
Rae said after his motion 1 to and would not want to delay the read the five-
in Jacksonville to order Casey
office the
This Tuesday, June 17, he $100. The Commission discussed steps to be taken to prevent fur. nor trial for possibly ten yrars, He
amend Section 1624 of the City had been notified of page complaint to the Board.
Code, which prohibits persons again brought up the $366.05, they dam ace to county equipment at a meeting Monday night said it would be possible for a Point 10 in the allegations

under 18 from playing pool or and began questioning Pierceon Federal Court in Jacksonvilleto brought smiles and a "That'snot

loitering in a pool room McRae items Included In !It. One $51 request that Ruis by transferred true." Part of point 10

said as long as he could be certain Item, the attorney said was for here for trial, and then states: "that said Board has re

the pool table was for recreation mileage to Bonifay for 510 Water Oak Watershed return to Arkansas to complete fused to even acknowledge
Another $11 item ques
purposes and that no miles. for his term there. Plaintiff's request, pretending

alcohol or gambling would I be tioned. Pierce said, and was Tucker Ruffs and the other throe li" that such a request has never

allowed, he would not object a meal that both he Four) been made."
Continued( on Page
Several members of the consumed. Point 10 referred to a letter,
Council mentioned that the City At that point Tucker Gets New Life a copy of which was attachedto
if he'd been paid the day Project
has a
Recreation Department NoUn said the complaint, which Casey
to Bcnifay.
pool table, and asked how Itget' he went leave from RevampedFEA read to the Board, commenting:
but that he took
by the city code. yes This is the first time you've

City Attorney George Pierce, his position: as purchasing local Interest Is All digging so far in Water received it. As a matter of re
Bradford County Board If sufllclent
the an
agent for recommendation by the Acting quickly,
also a member of the Recreation Board of Public Instruction. Nixon Administration to fulfill swered afflrmitively four questions .- shown Haas said Monday night, Oak Creek has been done by Set cord, June 4, 1:20: p.m., was the
Board, said the Recreation the project the county\ through the Mosquito first time Mr. ((George Plerco
NoUn stated: that no matter a campaign pledge has lent life on a U. S, Department of there Is a chance
view that "
takes the
Department The Control, Haas said The county brought this to me.
said he didn'tauthol'ize read to will be greatly accelerated.
body form Haas
what any to the Water Oak watershed Agriculture
pool is a game of skill! InvolvedIn to make the its1nlel'est USDA has announced 100 new has dug the creek out off and For 1970Bob The letter, addressed to At
Pierce federal government
water control project, Soil Conservationist show the
its supervised progt am torney George Pierce, asked
said that ifNolin water watershed planning starts Haas- on as the people would fuss
Bonifay trip. Pierce Bill Haas told the In pursuing a
Recreation Department is not a civil engineer about too much water, Haas that the Board pay 60 per cent
didn't authorize the trip County Commission Monday control project for the northern said, and Jim Luke, a
pool hall he pointed out strongly suggested it." of the county. with the USDA, has been Said Lee, field specialist[ fOl'the '. of the legal fees and said thata
The Turntable Record Shop,, "you night. portion suit would be filed if the
The attorney said he was under -r -y.- .. _---- In contact with him. Florida Education Association -
he said !Is not a supervised! recreation Board did not respond.
impression that three councilmen With the low interest shown spoke to 82 teachers and:!
center. Pierce, however the Pay RaiseIs When the Boar met Juno
wanted him to attend in 1964 when the Water other educators at the Bradford
pointed out the Councilcan hearing In Bonfiay. Grocer GuiltyOf project was first submitted to Education Association luncheon 3, reporters asked about this
at any time amend Section the Refused letter but Board members said
Nolin then moved that the the federal government Tuesday at the Holiday Inn.
1624 to permit persons under 1 13 they had received copies.
placed low on the state level not
$100 monthly retainer fee paid project was Lee said that at the
to play pool In places whichare And they said, in answer to
Possessing to Haas
according Is
the firm of Thomas and Piercebe priority list, School Board members decided the education! association revamping
not pool hal1.5.Councilman that though
questions, even
cut to $1 p?r month beginning Since It has risen from about Tuesday nlcht they its entire program
Neil Tucker asked Pierce had done legal work for
July 1 for the remainderof 75 to 36. With the new Interest would not accept the raise and reducing the staff. As of
the two ladies if they neededa GoodsA them he was not their attorneyand
the current city fiscal year Stolen shown by the Nixon admlnlstra- granted (them by the uniformpay September!! the number on Uio
decision Tuesday night. They matter of fact they had
The motion received. no second. lon, it has been boosted still bill! passed by the recent .staff will drop from 60 some to as a

said rot, and Tucker replied The city fiscal! year ends September further, he told the commlsaionIn session of the Legislature. about 40, he said no full-time attorney
he'd like a few days to think i it Other comments made at:
31, Friday found cards with Carter add his Board Member Charles He also told the teachers that
slx:-man jury interest Tuesday night's meeting concerning
over.McRae "Buck" Carter daughter. In the declaration of Sawyer kicked off the surprise the state board of directors Is
then! moved to amend In his final statement, alterNo1in's Milton Daniel Moore also testified Monday night the Board said move with this state- presently conducting a search the suit were:
Section 1624 of the City Codeas guilty of possessing stolen cigarettes Manson U -Casey said he spoke Tues
motion died Pierce and In the project,
the final day that he had taken coffee it Is interested ment: "I don't think this lathe for an executive director.
follows: for recreation said Nolin does not realize he is on Friday, of Circuit other groceries to Carter on thinks the psople affected are time or the year for taxpayers "I think you will begin to see day with an attornev in the
thev be allowed to the Spring term
of Educationwho
purposes just one of five councilmen callIng several occasions and he produced Interested, sees no apparent to be burdened with some visible! signs of progitss State Department of
have a pool table for persons ths constantly on Court. slips interest from any Improvement said, "You're in court now
attorney machine of
: adding conflict Increased board salaries, particularly toward our goal" -
under 18." Hi$ motion received Defense Attorney SigsbeeScrugg.s Itself will- so get the best attorney available
Pierce said, testified declared education
city business. Yet granted signed by Carter. Moore source, and since wo couldn'tgive in the field of
no second and died. he never charges in excess of motion for that these slip were used ing to purchase or condemn the teacihf.rs.! a raise for! the children and the teachers and win It."
to file a
Section 1624{ of City Code 10 days
the SlOO retainer except for $2S If the motion Is to figure out the "deals" on needed rightofway.The and we're talking about 85,- Lee said. Charles Sawyer, "He seems
!states: he charges when requested to a new trial. separate occasions. The Water Oak watershed U 000." The field specialist also told to be talking against himself.
shall be unlawful for filed and denied Judge John A. four
"It any
draw up a city ordinance.At slips v.ere accepted as evidence about 20,000 acres with about A little figuring revealed the Bradford group how the It's all tax money. It seem.'
will order a pre-
person or firm or corporation that point the motion to H. Murphree investigation. over Scrugg's objection.Of 5,000 acres in cultivation, Haas that they were talking about FEA works on a political level. they're not considering the tax

owning or operating a poolroom table finally came to a vote. sentence of Buck's Grocery the three, Manson Moore told The Telegraph.: 4750. The uniform pay bill, He said that last year the staff payers. I'd rather consider how

within the city to allow Tucker and McRas voted to Carter, owner charsed spent the most time on the "Water Oak Is the prime which goes Into effect July 1 chose: six or seven candidatesfor much the attorney's going to

any person under the age of 13 table NoUn and Ccuncllman on north 301, was stolen stand. Although he was cross- drainage area for most of the unless vetoed by the governor the legislature who would be charge for a lawsuit and see
to play pool or billiards or tcloiter not only with possessing ,
Gerald Williams, after finally but with knowing that examined at length, he remained agriculture land in the northern ups Bradford School (Continued on Page Four) (Continued on Page Four)
in any pool room or billiards goods, said.
deciding he could vote on the selfpossessed.Once part of the county, he Board members' salaries
stolen. He
saloon place where the goods were
or to the
issue, voted against. Chairman when Scruggs asked >the Water Oak Is a tributary from $1,800 to $2,730.
the original $5,000
pool or" billiards are publicly Wiggins then voted to table and liberty under had traded any of the stolen New River Water shell. Other Board members ra

Played. the mctlcn carried. bond.Specifically, Carter was goods in "colored town" or The project would include trIbutaries pidly agreed with Sawyer and County Sues Schools

Wiggins then pointed out that with possessing 466 cartons "Negro town," Moore replied: to Water Oak, such as with little discussion the ,_
bill "went down:: charged There ain't Branch, and other lesser
controversial: of cigarettes, valued at "I don't follow you. Gum Board agreed tt.e1,750

RememberTo the line' 'and was approved by $1,650, which were stoken from no such place. We're all Just creeks. should be put In the school
Council, including Nolin. 1 For Timber FeesBradford
all the Hackney Co. in Lake City on people.> Such projects are done under budget. Legal

RegisterFor Nolin and Wgglns! attempted to Feb. lg.Among. To the amusement of spec- Public Law 566 which deals A reporter pointed out that

continue discussion but Tuckerand those testifying for the tators Moore also commented, done to agriculture school boards In Union and
McRae drowned them out" State were the three men who concerning another question', with lands by excessive water Alachua Counties have also County Commissionhas the County Clerk. Of this! $8,663

with cries of "Out of order. were Involved !In the theft:Man," "Now, that's a good question.: The projects are determined on decided against the pay In filed! suit again Bradford went to Yawn and $4.780 to
mummerPlayground The matter rests there son Moore., Jr, John Shaw, and When Carter took the the stand three a cost-benefit basis. The federal creases. However, the boards County School Board asking John E. Hudson, a timber appraiser

Moore" 18-year-old brother denied everything that will weigh the costs are not sure how to go about who testified as an ex
government that the Board pay a proportionate
that !he
Sales TaxCollections Jerry Moore. Moore and Shaw had said. He said because he of the Water Oak project, for this legally. share of the legal fees pert witness for the county
ActivitiesStarke Manson Moore only beneMs The Bradford Board decided Involved in
were both convicted and are instance, against! the Incurred in the recent timber- The tax money
Up currently in the state prison, worked on a Hackney deliverytruck been it would give the locality to let Its motion stand and land assessment litigations. timber suits amounted!! to $156-

Moore pled guilty to that Moore had not has been adopted a wait and see attitude exclusive of Interest Originally I
State sales tax collections increased and Jerry to him at No cost survey The suit, filed Friday, June 972
of breaking and entering bringing groceries Oak watershed concerning the legal five timber companies were i
charge Water [
38.45 per cent in Brad the that other than to made of the 13, maintains that the Board I
and is on probation for night and said. Should the technicalities. Involved in the suits but four
Recreation ford County for the month of legitimate deliveries yet, Haas should pay CO per cent of the
four years. make federal government decide the the School Board paid up and Container Corp.
DepartmentThis April compared to the same had been In his store costs
until re
Moore countY'w1ll a
worthwhile continued
month in 1968.Collections The three, all Negroes explained only a couple of tittles project is the will receive 60 per cent of the Court de
to share State Supreme
of the four percent have to agree monies collected from the tim cent
how they took the cigarettes He said that the three had not rlght-of-way, Five Called
tax totaled $3T,7421n Brad and told of costs, to procure ber companies.In .
taking themto
played cards with him and bis the week Container
maintain last
and agree to For InductionFive the suit, County Attorney
ford for April 1969 Carter where Manson Moore
daughter on the night of Feb. U indicated that it would
watershed after the project Theion A. Yawn states that the Corp.
1968. April
Space Contributed $27,260 in April and Carter worked out a "deal" 18 Carter said when he got "Maintaining It will costs involved in pay the $97,438 due for Its 1965-
completed. recoverable
collections this year were down whereby Carter purchased theclgarette.s around 10:20: the three have been called the Circuit
home ruling from
Weekly to Publicize the conservationist men 67 taxes. A
in be no small thing the timber: suits amount to S2.-
from the $40,189
slightly at a 35 per cent dis were standing on his porch talk- by' Local Board N:>. 18 for Induction Court concerning the 1968
Events added.
by unrecoverable costscome
Community 390 and the
March 1969.Bradford's
count Moore said he was paid in the Armed Forcesno
ing but his daughter was Into the taxes is> pending.
The 38.45 per cent in $110 on that night and the $1,000 house and that he told them it Haas expects the water control July 2. They are: Inman to $16,000.In la The complaint filed Friday L\1-
Community other words, the County
crease was just about half that balance to be later. He
was paid was time to go and they left. project to be expensive. Bliir Harrison, Jr. James Edward that the School Board leges.

State Bank of the entire state, however. Carter answered, on cross ex:- point out there Is 50 feet fall Franklin, Sylvester Franklin asking "During the years 1965, 1968
of the legal fees involved
Statewide, sales tax collections The three also testified they east pay $9.600
amlnaUon. that he didn't buy from the Clay County line Mslton McKinney, and Jchn suits. and 1967 Bradford County re
In the timber
increased 65.62 cent according delivered the cigarettes around
Insured per the cigarettes because heWouldn't to where Water Oak Joins New approximately 40 percent
Accounts now Libby
to Comptroller Fred O. Dick 8:30: or 8:45: D.m. and that they soma kind To date the County has paid
buy from a colored River. That means of all ad valorum taxes
up to >115,000 by inson the state's chief fiscal! stayed for about an hour or an device win also scheduledfor $13,44 to pursue till) timber
man and because they did not of avatar:! control Four men are lands within the county
and paid upon
Federal Deposit Insur* officer. Statewide collections totaled hour and a halt. They said that examination suit through four years
In the proJect lnducWon physical
have an invoice\ have to be included pre- and the Defendant Board re
ones Corp. $55,153.558 in April 1969, after the cigarette deal was As for the adding machine 'he said, which! will cost on July 2, in the through circuit court, districtcourt ceived the remaining 60 perContinued
an Increase of $21,854,191 over completed,they went to the Car several months. and the State Supreme
call in
of dollars. smallest
April 1968. ter house where they played (Continued on Page Four) thousands Court, according to the Office of ( on Page Four)


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For Mias Criff"Brideelect s: NEW BOOKS |iji THERESSABy Blandlng.A pleasant surprise for Mr.

and Mrs. Marlon Sullivan on

F" AT THE LIBRARY I 1 1I Father's Day was a telephone
Mllla Mrs.
.M1&s Eleanor Grlflta. trM! ;: Dorothy call from their daughter,

'I I8ct, was honored at a. inlaeciImeous (ADULTFICTION .Ingraham; Power In The Phone 473-4318 Newell Home, of Miami.
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. JL.K.
shower ThwrsOay\ ntM Love With Honor -. Loring; House -- Bolling; An Encyclopedia Childs and Mrs. Tom Young last
of last week In the Madison Seven Seats To The Moon -- Of World History -- HOPE BAPTIST CHURCII Tuesday were Mrs. Young's

< Street Baptist Church' annex. Armstrong; House Made Of Langer; RootsWilson; Feotpies Sunday School,10 a.m.; Morn- grandson Jerry Young,his wife
teteB&eis() were Mrs. H. A. L w- 'nWlt.Momaday; Love And Cultures Of The Ing Worship, 11;Training Union, and two sons of Jacksonville.

50th Mrs. 11.. O. Dansby. Mrs. Roger -- Webb; The Golden (Pacific -- Vayda; The Im- 6:30: p.m.; Evening Worship Wednesday afternoon visitors

Janet HardyComplimented Anniversary_ Ervln Andrews. and /Mrs NeSTucker. Sickle -- Grubb; Murder Anon- I Iposslble Dream -- McSweeny. ; 7:15: ;: Wednesday evening Prayer were Mr. and Mrs. Jim Leobof

To Be Observed By ymous -- Gilbert; Ammie, "Prison Within Society HazeIrtgg Service, 7:30: with choir Jacksonville. On SundayMr.
Arrangements of prink! > Jll&8es Come Home .- Mertz; Cold ; The Dictionary Of practice afterward. and Mrs. James Childs
At Two PartiesMiss k McManus Couple sere used In decorating. TIle Waters -- Hubbard; Honest Symplons -- Gersh; The S il- and four sons of Fort Pierce,

refreshment table was centered Reliable Corpse .- Bagby; tans Admiral -- Bradford; How HOPE CHURCH REVIVALFour and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Leob
Janet Hardy, whose Mr. and Mrs. Carlton T. **.- with blue hydrangeas. The gift Nog -- Rudolph; The EtruscanBull To Ski The New French Way- services are left In and son of Jacksonville visited

marriage to Gene Ivey will be Manus will be honored on their table was decorated with: a trellis .- Gruber: Setting Free :Vuarent; The Record Breakers the revival which began last Mr. and Mrs. Childs and Mrs. J

an event of Saturday' Aiu. 2, i ; I'I.r 50th wedding anniversary Sun. entwined with greenery under The Bears .- Irving. | -- Allen.JUVENILE Sunday at Hope Baptist Church, Young.

at 8 p.m. in the First Baptist! day, June 22, at a reception at which stood *. miniature with Rev. Edward J. Corn of Mr. and Mrs. Percy Sullivan

Church, has been honored at the old Presbyterian Manse! 390\! bride and groom. Pellon, S. C. the evangelist.The of Palatka were :Sunday visitors
ADULT NON-FICTION Fiction Jungle Rescue --
two delightful parties:; ;recently. Cherry street, from 3 to S p.m. Tile hostesses presented the Channel : The Remarkable Egg nursery is open for all of Mr. and Mrs.ClevelandSullivan -

On May 22 three'of :Miss Har Mr ''and Mrs. McManus .were honoree with the vegetable bowl The Yukon -- Mathews; Reflections -- Hall;; The Mid Whirlwind services, which begin at Rev.7:30: and the Percy Sullivan,

dy's sorority sisters, Misses Jo- ; married June 18, 1919 at Saruer to her! chosen eta patters ana Upon A Sinking Ship-_ Ipcar; Lady Ellen Grae -- each evening. The pastor member-, Jr. family.Mr. .

unne Hildabrand of Warner Pa Their children are Mrs memento of the occasion. Vidal; The Mooney Case -_ Cleaver. Non fiction: The Merle Packham,cordial and invita- and Mrs. Harold Mills

Robbins, ;Ga., Carlene Moore Martha Pye, Starke; C. Todd Frost; The Complete Book Knight Of The Lion .- Low. ship extend a Jr. of Atlantic Beach visited
and Patti McDaniel of Atlanta 444 McManus, Butler, Fa.; axl Madison Street Of Personal Letter Writing tion to attend.SYMPATHY their children, Lori, Jason and

i\ho( will be bridesmaids for \ S-'i7 Thomas McManus, With the And Modem Correspondence-- :::::::::;::::::.:;:;:;:::;::;::::;:;:;:::::ft:::::;::::::::::::::::::::::::::: Todd, who are spending two
!Miss Hardy, gave a surprise Navy' at Virginia :Beach, Va. Baptists Honor Blumental; Cuba .. Ruiz; The sincere sympathy of the weeks here; his father. Harold

kitchen shower at the home of There are two grandchildren. Seniors at Dinner The New American Philosophers SUMMER SCHOOL community is extended to Mr Mills; aunt,Miss Dorothy Mills;

a friend in Athens, Ga. All frleuds of the couple are -. Reck; Charles I -- "We urge those who have and Mrs. Homer Brinson and and cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Per-

Invited to the party were 30 Invited to attend.Janette The Madison Street Baptist! Hibbert; The Art Of Papier failed a course to come to Mr and Mrs. Barney Brinson, cy Sullivan Jr. and Rusty, on
Delta Gamma sorority sisters honored their ten BBS Mache -- Kenny; A Diction- summer school and make it whose brother In law, Le- Sunday. Lori Is spending this
from the University of Georgia.The Church dinner party vary Of Indian History -- up," Walker L. Stewart, ass- Johnson of Miami, died last week with her uncle and aunt
at roy
hostesses resented; the TindellScottWedding Jacobs graduates a the "Bhattacharya; Spare Part Surgery istant principal at Braclt'ordII1gh week. Mr. and Mrs. Percy Sullivan,
Sunday, June 8. following
honoree with an electric can PlannedIn -- Longmore; After- School, said. at Palatka.
opener; and knife sharpener as VI eds Tom L. Brown morning service. wards -- McCormack; The Summer school begins today, PERSONALS

a memento of the occasion.On August In The graduation theme was J3est Of The Best -- Merril June 19, and continues through Mr. and Mrs. Percy Sullivan THINK ABOUT IT
Waycross Ga. carried out In the table decorations Man And Bay -- Hall; His July 18. Most courses will be Jr. and Rusty visited her par- "Every action of our lives

Saturday Miss Hardy was Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Tindell of and place cards, favors'and tory Of The Theatre -- Brock- held in the afternoon beginningat ents Mr. and Mrs. Marshall touches on some chord that will
Miss Janette Jacobs daolMet' gifts marked the seating ett The Conflict Of Generations in eternity," ---
; Sat-
honored at a Coca-Cola party Babson Park announce the engagement 1 p.m.However. Strickland at Florahome
of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Jacob arrangement of the students. E. II. Chapin.
Feur AutomobilesOf
Denmark of their daughter -- : Mr. Stewart said Sunday vislors of the
Mrs. S. O. urday.
of Waycross, Ga. and Tom L. The
and Mrs. T. C. Hazen Jr., at Nancy Raylene, to Kenneth :Ray The five of the tea graduates The World -- Wherry; there have been some schedule Sullivan J rs. were Mr.and Mrs.
Brown, son of Mrs. J ani Roberts Revolution Of Hope -- Anshen;
the home of the former on E. Scott, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. attending were Judy Whitehead, changes. Drivers education will Don Setgler of Melrose.
Call Street E. Scott of.Brooker. -of Starke, were united In Kay Smith Mary Sue Thomas, (!>polls And Dollmakers -- Hillier be taught from 8 to 9:30: a.m. Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Cleve- 1he Otd1t/mf/l
marriage on May 31 at the A Book Of Christmas--
Patterson and Buddy ; and the cooking portion of Home
Guests were greeted at the Miss Tindell graduated from Marilyn land Sullivan last Tuesday were
!home of the bride's brother-in- Sansom The Decline Of
Adults attending were ; EC from 8 to 10 a.m. Sewing
and her
door Mrs. Denmark and presented Lake Wales High School in 1965 Morgan Mrs. Hilda Griffith
by law and sister, Mr. aM Mn. Rome -- Vogt; Letters To will be held in the afternoon.
Dentin US-
earid Mrs. Ann Griffith
College on June 8 daughter, Sgt. ,
to :Miss! Hardy, her mother and Berry 'A Black '
andMrs. with Bachelor of Arts degree Robert Anderson in WayeroM, and Mrs. Jim >Malock: and< Boy -- Teague; Recent MC, who is stationed in Minn\ I r.i:
Mrs. J. E. Hardy, a Ga. America Philosophy -. :::::::::::::::::::::::::%::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: q ,
Thomas.Parties esota.
; Uon arrival the in English. At Berry she was Mrs. D. L. MASONICfWAR
Hayden Reck A Place For You
Mr. Brown Is a 1964 graduateof ; -- VETS
honoree was presented with a chosen to Who's Who in Amer- BHS and is night manacor Tournier; Sculpture In AmerIca MEMBERSHIP: DRIVE Mr. and Mrs.Merle Packham tG'1h!
Jr. returned to their home at /
cymbidium orchid corsage ,and ican Colleges and Universitiesand at the George Washington SMtet Given .- Craven; The Notorious The annual membership driveof Salt Springs Sunday; after two V i'p I B 1
member of Sigma L
an electric mixer. A corsage was a :In Jacksonville. The bride la deployed Lady Essex -- Comte; American Masonic War Veterans of week's spent here with Rev.
English For Mrs. CornMrs.
Tau Delta (honorary
to Mrs. Har Philosophy And The Fu-
also presented
was Coffee
Society), co-editor of Literary at Maxwell House tureNovak The HistoryOf Florida is now under way FOI'fUl'thel' and Mrs. Merle Packham and "Politics Is the line art of
Co. in Jacksonville. ; write Peter
details Hall while
: Mr. and Mrs. Clyde
dy.Miss invited Magazine. She has been teach Marguerite Com of! LIIho Gulcciardlni A passing the buck-after passing
Italy --
Jayne ;
at 533 W
They are residing Frazin. 235 78th St. Miami Merle Jr. attended the National
guests to the serving table, ing in Dalton Ga. since March. 25th street, Jacksonville. tend, who was hoses ftMt tIC Special And Curious Blessing Boa.cri. Fla. 33141. the hat." ,
,which was covered with a white Mr. Scott graduated from Miss :Madge Middleton last Seton; Mathematics And _

damask cloth and yellow Fuji Bradford High School and is at- week, was entertained at several Logic .- Kac, Vlam; From

mums in a crystal epergne. tending Berry College as a pre- Novak Family parties during .her visit ]sans. AM< To Age -- Grohskopf; The "
Coca-Colas were: served from a law student with a major in Mrs. T. T. Long gave a lunch' Emperors; Talisman--Pflaum; SUMMER WEARlSPECIALS

crystal punch: bowl ,by Mrs. history He is a member of Cir- Honored by ChurcKAt _-"ridse party for Mrs. Canes Slavery In The United States--

James R. Bellr Jr. Also 'assisting cle K International, and past Coffee HourThe Monday: af last week. PriMIoa

in giving were Mrs. G. S. president of his sophomore wore' awarded after aeveM Catholics Honor
class at Berry. progression. of bride '
Hatchar Jr., '
Brown, Mrs. H. M. Peter Novak family sae 1
Misses Juns Hardy, An August 9 wedding Is plan. Mrs.' O. L. Haynes Sr. was Three GraduatesThree
and the
honored Sunday at the eeRee
Denmark and Martha ned at Babson Park Community > ,hostess at a desert-bridge' party /// / .
Joyce hour. following services at ....
Dennis. church at 7:30: p.m. Mark's Church far Mrs. Corn last Trlday Mght. BHS graduates from St.
Arrangements of red roses were Edward's Catholic
Seventy-five! guests were Invited were
Clyde Terwlllegar.
Evelyn ThomsonIs wed In the party rooms for<< honored at breakfast
hours Sundayat
to call between the a
and Kenneth Gilder,
the occasion.Bridge was. played the Inn by Entire Stock Boys-All Types
Holiday given
of 10:30: and 12. ComplimentedAt senior warden, presented. the
at the three tables, and prizes members of St. Edward's Altar
Novaks a gift In appreciation e(
Bridal ShowerMiss their contributions t* the were" awarded. Society, following the 9:15: a.m. of

Father Griffin church. Mass. Boys
The graduates, Phyllis! Men ,
Evelyn Thomson of !Mon. During the Novaks' .six YeMIIIn DURRANCE HtcxiThe ?
Is Honor GuestAt ticelio, bride-elect, was honoredat Starke, Mr. Novak served M Madonna Meng, and Maggl Her- WEAR

Parish PicnicFather a miscellaneous shower Wed. a vestryman and layrsader, Mrs. nandez were presented corsages SPORT &
marriage of Miss Linda of red in addition to
nesday night of last week, given roses I KUgirt.
N:vak and Joy were in Vm
by Mrs. J. W. Ritch at her Aim DarraiK to Sarrford Glenn .
A. G. Griffin, who will choir, and Peter!!' !Novak served
( home on W. Madison Street. Hicks will be an event of Friday The honorees were seated at $199Wide
leave St. Edward's Catholic as an 'acolyte. June 28 at 7:30 at
usedin the head tabla which
Pink and red roses were was cen-
Church 25 The family moved Monday to ,
on June for >a month Bethel Baptist Chweh with a reception
the party rooms for the oc- tered by 'an arrangement (ofgold
in Ireland and then on to his Moultrie, Ga., where Mr:, Novak following in fee church '
casion. flowers. In addition to the selection of
mission in Sierra Leone, West is the new manager ot !lie social hall.
Mrs. E. L. Matthews greeted families of the graduates, several seta" and double
Africa, where he had Chamber of Commerce An friends and' relatives are $1.99for c --
spent ten guests at the door and presented members of the church also( our re g. nits in many styles. Bold stripes
years, was honored -at a parish them to the receiving line invited.' attended. tt ='% solids with assorted trims.

picnic Sunday at the Hampton composed of the honoree; her Nylon Lined. Sizes S -l.
Lake home of Mr. and
Mrs. mother, Mrs. W. H. Thomson of 3
Meng. Monticello, and Mrs. W. D.
In 'additIon to Father EdwardA. Hamilton of Orlando mother of BIG SELECTION

KirbY, mere than 100 parishioners the bridegroomelect.The .

and friends attended. The refreshment table in the BOYS NO-IRON
all day event was marked by covered witha i"N
dining room was
swimming, boating and games' white appliqued organdy cloth 00 WALK SHORTS

by the adults and children. and centered with a silver eper- $ ,

During the afVrnoon Father gnette holding pink and white l f0.OUS \
Griffin was presented; 'ia purse carnations and pompoms and

by Raymond Guertin on behalf pink tapers. Mrs. John W. Griffin $199up

of members of the church. presided at the silver coffee e j

service poured punch.and Miss Assisting Lillian In Stump sere ;: \em 4 t: / r' Wide shorts, selection in' favorite ol frayed-leg no-iron, walk cut

MYF PIZZA PARTY ing were Miss Florence Jennings off style or Ivy models.Assorted

!Mrs. Guy Andrews, and. Tremendous Selection Perma press / solids-stripes-plaids. Cotton

The junior high MYF gave a {Mrs. Myldred Cuttlno. button down sport shirts in solid- Polyester blend. Sizes 818.
pizza party Saturday night In The hostess presented the Valued stripes-plaids. Knits in stripes and

the Methodist Fellowship Hall honoree with a set of steak solids. 8-18 Buy 3 and SAVE $1. lEIS SIZES 29-42...... $2" ip
welcoming the new seventh knives as a memento of the e

grade members. occasion.

After supper, a program and Fifty-five guests were invitedto
games were enjoyed. call between the hours eight 1
Chaperones were Mr. and and nine o'clock. A

Mrs. Don Hardenbrook, Rev. rY' ; Ladies Current Styles!

DeWitt Farabee, and Mrs. .
Doyle Crews! rr

Baptist EntertainedAt Seniors S:4: SWIMWEARJust

aL at Dinner PartyThe ; ,

[j First Baptist Church recognized -
their!' EHS graduatesat / $ 66$2.99Choice ;
Your 1 Arrived Styl es.Save
the Sunday:! morning service, :

June 8, and presented them with on the newest up to the ?
BYNANCY'S the new testament. "Good News
fashions. Select %
FLOWERS For the Modern Man." ValuesLadies minute

CYCLAMENS POPULAR That afternoon at 5 o'clockthe \ from Bikinis-Blousons- 5
graduates were honored ata '
IN WINTER MONTHS ,, CagesSheaths3 PC.
shrimp dinner: at the Garden "'
Cyclamen flowers are popularly Restaurant with 17 of the 18 Ladies Dacrwt T..... Contessa Soft Slack Swim Suits. Prints Low

used for home arrangements attending: Shoe. LiIittnel'" Mlf-- \.% ,1 Vinyl. Casuals with hand-

during the colder months of the The U-shaped dining table was Sole with" Mat4tMd.lttUi.ll'. ".., _, .> 4.. .. ..... Vamp lie Quarter. Comp and solids. Big Savings! Prices

> year. These decorated wUh: a garland of Ing. Cushion; Are' / Ik-. 1Nlerrlr. ".+-."Y" asides Sole S> Heel. White .e Sizes 8-18.

plants produce greenery dcwn the length, interspersed Yellow Blue PM*, .!_-. **.: latest -Week. Sizes 5-10.
\large flowers in ..
:; with day lilies. The .tl ;
varying shadesof ,
head table held an arrangementof ':P..,; -
[ red and white and yellow) chrysanthemums : -.- v 3 STYLES! '
w hit 1 e. Lovely Girls

[ and. very large graduate and day lilies.favors Placecardswith markedthe Ladies Cool l Simmer -

.( I flowers with re-
seating arrangement fcr'the GIRDLE
.X.. i curved petals are PANTY
/ natural charac 17 graduates.Also JAMAICASALE
attending; the dinner were
teristics. Rev. and Mrs. W. A. Hogan, .:--
These flowers chow very well CASUAL SHOE '
Mr. and Mrs. William George,
because they contrast sharply
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Crosby, yr
with the leaves of the Cyclamen j' SETS
Rev. and Mrs. Robert Cooper, --T:
which are spoted and heart-
Mrs. Joan and Mr. and S
shaped. This plant is native to Chitty .
4 .
Europe and Asia, but bas be- Mrs. Charles. Darby $100 : our reg. $3.99

come widely distributed in the $1.49 I. r :> rP.y, 1 88

United States. THE BRADFORD %.v _
Many unusual shapes and colors COUNTY TELEGRAPH 9 "' dr :
have been developed through Value V S "w 2 sC
: hybrids of the original Published every Thursdayat
species. Cyclamens will flower 138 W. Call Street r

ar for several months if providedwith Starke, Florida 32091
:. Compare style and quality witti ,
the proper conditions, including much higher priced girdles'' $,
Second class postage paid
sunlight and moisture. Ladies Front Gore CaoMrU that are Long-leg lycra spandex with Jamaica" sets with lone
Why not brighten the life of at Starke, Florida. Black tail perms press arms in
Lightweight and extMuwfy cem ert- vBal"ablse.ln tummy control, concealed gar Solids end prints. Shorn
some close friend by giving Cyclamens ."Subscription Rate: able. WashaWe CBUBII: 41... pn ft r 5-10 : tern and many other features. with' Nylon z ppera-CaI-
or any of the many 82ao nylon- ".Lycra Spandex. mama, waist. Sues' 714.
wlttlllMlesmu .....
In trade area: $3.00 per : fVC ......
other lovely flowers which our Saes S-fd L-XL. SAVE 11.
year; $2.75 six months.
firm hM available to provide a

ray ? of sunlight to someone'sday per Outside year;trade 13OO.m,area mOl: 15M)& ONLY FIRST QUALITY AT CARPS! ONLY FIRST QUALITY AT CARPS!

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Miss Lillian Stump visited Mrs. George Pierce, Rev. Mrs. J, R. Wainwright and SLAVE. \ AND HAVE. t THE NATIONAL J / '
Mrs. Elizabeth Fowler In Eau DeWitt Farabee and Mrs. Hen- granddaughter, Katherine Kope- INDEPENDENCE/:: vCHHXOlETQUSift ANTHEM! :;
Gallic last Thursday and Fri- ry Godwin took ten Girl Scoutson lousos of Birmingham Ala.. and ,

day. Friends will regret to an overnight camping trip to Mrs. Charles Darby and granddaughter : -.,) AND TAK@THE BAUS OU'14. f |TO.$ i
hear that Mrs. Fowler'smother Mrs. Pierce's lake home on Elise Johns, ,spent 0 a Nt y/s ,
Mrs.Ruby Collins,for- little Santa Fe Lake last Thurs- Saturday at St. Augustine
mer resident, died Wednesday day and Friday. "
Mrs. Henry Morrison.had 1
Mr. and aYarw A .. .
night of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry L, Robin- as Father's Day guests Mr. 11 d CLUNK }
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Edwardsand MOTORS
son of Warrenton, Ga.were last and Mrs. Ralph Morrison. Mr. a
daughter of Fernandina Thursday visitors of Mr. and and Mrs. Rupert Morrison, Mr.
Beach weekend visitors
were Mrs. J. E, Hardy. Paul Pra- and Mrs. Virgil Morrison and;
Mr. and Mrs. David Browningand
E. A. Edwards. ter of Llncolnton, Ga. was Mr and Mrs. George Morrisonof +
Thursday to Saturday guest of and Mrs. (
Leesburg, and Mr.
and Mrs.
Mr. H. E. Thurmanof
Miss Jayne Hardy, and Gene George Roderocker of Puerto(
Fort Pierce last Thurs-
Ivey Jr. of Tucker, Ga. was
day guests of Mrs. Edward Saturday to Monday guest of Rico.Mrs.. Weltha Hllllard of Law- I
Come Share/ in These
Miss Janet Hardy.
Mrs. Luclle Davis returned tey is a patient In Starke Nurs Sgt. Brunson
Mr. and Mrs.--Lex Green and Home. I I1it'Grand
Saturday from a month's visit ing .
with her son-in-law and dau- Mr. and Mrs. Tyler Jones were Mr. and Mrs. Edward Shealyof Cited For HeroismIn l .

ghter, Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. Atlanta were Wednesday overnight VietnamSgt. Slam
Smith Jr., In Paxton. The and Mrs. R. A, Green Jr. In guests of Mr and :Mrs.H. I

Smiths brought Mrs. Davis Gainesville. C. Rltch.
Harry E, Brunson, son h
home and spent the weekend. Wllburt Wentling of Palmyra, Mrs. Welby Griffith and Mrs. of Mrs. Allene Dixon of Starke,
Ensign and Mrs. Robert C. Pa., Miss Bonnie Lou Graudonof Jane Hadley and daughter. has been awarded the Bronze ..

Bush of Jacksonville were Sat- FSU, and David Magina of Lisa, of Manchester. Ga. were Star, the Soldier's Medal, and Specials. -:
urday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Brooklyn, N.Y. spent last week weekend guests of Mrs. Clyde the Air Medal for heroism In ,

James Barron. with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Grau- Sinclair and attended Evelyn Vietnam which did not Involve

Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. don and attended Mary Ann Sinclair's graduation. actual conflict with an armed
Thornton of Gainesville spent Graudon's graduation from BUS Bud Lawson of Marlon, N. C.. hostile force. During Our ThirdAnniversary

Thursday: to Tuesday: In Miami Friday night. Mary Ann returned Mr. and Mrs. Bill Morar of On January 20, Sgt. Brunson
with Mrs. Thornton s parents. to Palmyra with her Panama City, and Mr. and Mrs. distinguished himself while
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Thorntonand uncle, Mr. Wentling, for the Joe Jordan of Lake City visitedMr. serving as a motor section Sale!

relatives. summer.RECREATION. and Mrs. H. A. Lawson chief in Company E, 2nd Bn.,
during the weekend. 327th Iftr.! near Phu Bal, Republic -
Madison N. J. of Vietnam. -
Rex Smyth of ,
NEWSBANTAM spent Thursday to Sunday with Men of the company of which At Baldwin
I his grandmother, Mrs. Bertha Sgt. Brunson's mortar sectionwas Everybody Chevrolet-Olds Would Like To Say "Thank You For :

Pearce, while enroute to the In support, were swim- Doing Business With Us." To Show Our Appreciation Just Look Over These
summer session at southern ming near a bridge when one
RECREATION DEPARTMENT College in Lakeland. of them, a non swimmer, Great Buys .
: BOYS BASEBALL SUMMER PROGRAMTO Mrs. Bertha Lang of Delray who was floating on an air

PENNANT PRODUCING:' :' RACE TIGHTEST IN IHSTORV OPEN JUNE 23 Beach is her spending brother-in-law several mattress the rest, accidentally some distance slid from into 1969 CHEVROLET BISCAYNE - 1968 CAMERO 327 CU. IN. V-8 -
weeks with
The 1969 Bantam Boys Baseball The Starke),Recreation Department and sister, Mr and Mrs. Paul the water. I Poor Sedan Light Green; With Green: Interior 3: Speed Transmission Itetl With Black Vinyl. Top,
is all ready and waitingto the
League has already shown Sgt. Brunson, alerted by Standard Trans., Low WhiteSidcuall
kick off what we hope will be Raymond. man's cried for help, dived Into 250 ('u. In. Six Cylinder IM.-icU Interior Radio 82070
the fans in a ver exciting season the BEST FUNFILLED SUM. Mr. and Mrs. Ed White 01 3lileage: Less Than 8,000' Balance ; Tires
and with: only one regular sea the river and, struggling against $2475
Beach were Monday
MER to dat.e.Registration. Pompano Of Factory Warranty
son game left the standings are has been open evening visitors of Mrs. W. S. the drowning man's kicking and 1967 PONTIAC BONNEVILLE _
resistance to rescue efforts, the
far Southern from decided.Discount is sittingin all this week. We would like to Slade and Mrs. Clyde Sinclair. sergeant brought the man safe- 1968 CHEVROLET BEL AIR - 4 Poor Hard Top '"-Automatic Trans. Factorv -

the drivers seat as they are remind all boys and girls that Mrs. four M. A. Baldwin from Jr. enter their ly to shore where he ad
assured of no less than a tie for even though they have not registered tamed couples tered first aid. Power Steering; Radio & Heater White SideWhite With Hiirgandy Interior
can do so the first 'Sgt. Brunson's personal 2390
first plac A possibility: of a cowered w'all Tires Low
Very Mileage N\tra: Clean:
mathematically time you participate in the pro- bravery and devotion to duty $2090
three way tie is Three gram. on Mr. Baldwln's birthday at were in keeping with the high- Balance Of Factory Warranty
but not probable.
possible The schedule calls for the their home on E. Adkins Street est traditions of the military
teams have been in first place Tiny Tots Program, Monday- Mrs. George Miller was in service and reflect great credit 1967 FORD FAIRLANE _ _ 1967 CHEVROLET - -

this season. South Friday, 9-11:30: a.m. for boys Adele, Ga. Saturday and Sun. upon himself, his unit,and the 1 Poor Sedan Six Cylinder Automatic Trans. 1 Door) }Hard Top Vlint ine Automatic Trans. I
Saturday. June 14, saw and girls ages 4-5-6; Playground day attending her 1931 high United States Army, accordingto .Pov,."M' Sti-crinjr. Pcwer, Brakes $:i; 1896
first as I Radio & HealerVhite Sidewall
ern Discount over Program, Monday-Friday, 2-6 school class reunion where 38 the citation. : $1389 Radio K Jleat'r1'1' Conditioned
they edged Police Department Tires Lonl l ( nod Runs!I Good
off p.m. for boys and girls ages 7- members out of 55 attended. Sgt. Brunson! will have been
1-0 while Coca Cola knocked in Vietnam 18 months in July.
BPOE, 32. The doubleheader: 12. Boys invited and to girls spend 13 their and over leis. Mrs. Ella Moody, who has H e extended his tour of duty.Mr. 1967 CHEVROLET IMPALA - 1966 CHEVROLET IMPALA -
are Gainesville
with confined in the
two provided everyone well played present games. ure time at the Recreation Department Medical Center for three weeks .1 t Poor Sedan V-8 Engine Automatic Power Sports Coupe 2 Door V-8 Engine! Automatic

Eddy very Dyal and Joey Bakken i(Monday-Friday, 1:30: with a broken leg, has returned Steel'in'.r Air Conditioned $1686 From.; Air nditinned Power Steering Silver,

locked up in pitchers duel in the -5:30: p.m. to the home of her sister, Radio: & Heater -IJItio With:! White Top Blue Interior $1485
Discount-Police game. Only run The Special Event of the first Mrs. W. II. Hart to convalesce.Mrs. -heal dice; ;

of the game came In the fourth week of the Playground Program Sarah Hunter returned 1966 CHEVROLET _ _ _

inning as Randy Martin lineda calls for set a for big Friday Athletic June Field 28, Hospital Wednesday wheal from.',e Riverside was: 01-) and Mrs. E. F. ('-In of 2 Poor Snorts!I Coupe V-S Entrine Power Steering 1966 CHEVY II NOVA - - -

single, stole second error., and scor Day and Bicycle Rodeo. The fined wlt'i t n injured knee sustained ing Asbury Mrs.Park Cain's, N.J.mother are, vIsit-Mrs. Radio &< Heater White Sidewall $1385 :2 Poor (Hard Tot4'i (:127): ) Auto- $1468
ed Dyal on a faced the minimum of 18 boys and girls will be divided in a fall at home last Margaret Jackson. T'res Excellent Condition man Trnns. Undid & Heater :Nice':

out 13, walked Into three age groups and com- Saturday. Miss Lillian Stump and Mrs.F. .
batters, struck t
Bill Shields returned >
events 1965 FORD LTD SEDAN
nohitterwas petition the following : - -
has overnight
Dyal's bid for a F. Stump as
none.spoiled by Keith Kelley's dashes, relays, broad Jump her home after In two Dallas weeks, Texas visit Kuests Wednesday of last week I Door .R Automatic Power Steering. Power 1965 FORD GALAXIE 500 -

single. Bakken wa! almost only as. This sack races event, will and be Softball followed thr<'w.oy Tuesday with her'parents Mr. and Mrs. Evelyn Mrs. W.Thomson 11. Thomson of Monticello and Miss, Bmku-i: Air Conditioned 1283 1 noUl'dln\ V-J 'Knirlnv. Autnmn,,' A 4 flOOlUc

effective as Dyal allowing Randy the Bicycle Rodeo where the Billy McRae. Radio A Healer : l'owvr Steering' Hurtlo\ & Hnotor JLJCI 9 ,
two single;,to Martin and Mrs. John W. Griffin of
walkedone kids will compete in races wean Mrs. Mar'aPa.aell: and Mr..
Crews, struck out 11, Ochlochnee, Ga., and Mrs. W.
and hit one batter. ing and a best decorated bike VIla. McMillln: of St. Peters-" D. Hamilton of Orlando. HOur

The second ball game saw thefourth contest burg were woofcxd: guest: Mr. and Mrs. W. D, Dansbyof

place this' team place one a twice team 3-2 whip in thriller one the week over first on with The a watermelon slip afternoon and slide will eating be Public and topped fun Is day The'At to Gentrys and Sunday Mrs.have guests.1. as L.,Wednes-Mr.Gentry.and day and Lansing Mrs.to Saturday R., Mich.O. Dansby.visitor are Wednes-of Mr. used car prices are down. Time to trade up|

Invited to watch the fun filled Mrs. Harold Segers and family -
BPOE. afternoon which will\ get under of Camdea, S, C. -Mr. and Mrs. Charles E.

Coca Cola picked up 2 runs way at 2 p.m. E/2 Johnny Williams, who Leach of Starke announce the
in the first Inning and made CHARM.: BATON TWIRLING has comple''' l \ r. T. train- birth of a son on June 16 in

the lead hold up unt'l' the fourth AND HAWAIIAN DANCING ing at Fort Polk, La., is spend Bradford County Hospital 1965 CHEVROLET BISCAYNE ..

inning when BPOE tied it up. TO BE OFFEREDThe ing three weeks with his par- Mr. and Mrs. Billy Miles V-8 Automatic Trans. 4 Poor Sedan Radio & 1960 CADILLAC SEDAN DEVILLE -

In the bottom of the fourth Starke Recreation Department eats, Mr. and Mrs. Mack Williams and family of Valdosta, Ga. Heater White Sidewall Tires Green; -1. Door V-8 Automatic Trans. Power $485

Coke came right back with the Is happy to announce beore going to Vietnam.Mr. spent; the weekend with Mrs. With Green Interior 899 Steering and Brakes!

winning run. Joey Thomas that we have acquired the services and Mrs. 12.veil Lawsonand Sue Miles.
pitched very well for Coke although of a professional dancing Mr. and Mrs. Keith Gill- .
500 .
grandchildren visited 1963
relatives - .
of Jacksonville 1962 FAIRLANE SEDAN -
allow and
he did base hits instructor. In Auburndale Ingham family
he spaced them well and struck: Mrs. Jody Youngblood Llnd- Sunday. vls'ted Mr ind Mrs. :1 Door V-8 Automatic Trans. $68' ? t Door Six Cylinder Automatic Trans.

out 14 batters, walking none. sey has been teaching dancingand SA leave Larry after Williams nine weeks is homeon recruit the Guy weekend.Sale at Kingsley Lake nvor Power Steering Radio & Heater -Radio & Heater Good Second CarSEP $480
baton for 14 years. Mrs.
Eddie Blalock hurled 4 InnIngs
training in Orlando. After Mrs.llerbertThomaswere
the Mr. and
Lindsey is a member of
for BPOE 4 hits
allowing his leave he will attend the NavyRadioman's last Thursday dinner
Dance Masters and has
and 3 while Dale Johns Chicago
runs School In Bainbridge GoetheIn
came in to pitch the fifth, al- danced and twirled with many Md. for six months. guests East of Palatka.Mrs. Kathleei The Thom TRUCK
and TV :; SAL
lowing 1 single, no runs. Dale outstanding per Mr. and Mrs. X. M, Smith of ases also spent the weekendat
Johns was 3 for 3 and Randy sonalities.Mrs. Starke and Miss Janice Parkerof their camp In the Scrub.
Lawson 2 for 4 to lead BPOE. Lindsey was selected as Gainesville will attend the
Mr. and Mrs. C, M. Patrick
"The Missile Miss of Cape Can
for Coca Cola Jimmy Akridgewas graduation of SA Mike Smith
2 for 3. while Dana Pad. averal,"Miss U. S. 0, Miss Eau from recruit training In Orlando rida! and ape-it children Thurs-Jhy! of West t I.j Siri-Flo 1967 CHEVROLET Yz TON - 1966 CHEVROLET Vz TON - .. .

gett, Steve Fuquay and EddieAkrldge Gallic the, Miss and Florida was a Pageant.Mrs. contestantin on Friday. Mike will day with Mrs. Patrick's mother 8' Fleetside Body Radio & Heater 6 Cylinder Pick-tip Light Green: With Fawn Interior 6'

each had a hit. Lindsey organized the perform team In the with exercises.the honor drill Mrs. Gladys Weldon, at their Engine Good Tires Dark Blue $1585 Stepside Body Standard Trans Radio Amp &

STANDINGSTeam:' :' Orange Blossom Baton Corps, a cottage", mi Crystal Lake. They Another Cood Buy __ Oil Gauges/ Side :Mounted Spare $
W L T GB Mr. and Mrs.Henry Stefanelll were joined on Saturday by Mr. 1440
group of students who march had visitors Mr. and Mrs. Steve Wdldon; of MJC- Tire Excellent Condition _
Southern Discount 740 approximately 12 parades as and Mrs. 1966 JEEP GLADIATOR _
Van Valentine and Mr.and Mrs.
Police BPOE 64l 4 522 i throughout the year includingthe Jim Bucy and family of Murray, clenny and Mr. and Mrs.' JR 4 Wheel Drive Pick Up Mud Grip 1966 CHEVROLET % TON - -
and their
Weldon Jacksonville
Coca Cola 3 7 1 3li Mrs.Gasparilla.Lindsey will be in Ky. Tuesday and Wednesday of children.: Tires Good Condition __ 8' Fleetside Body 1 Speed Trans. Radio 327
and Mrs.
last week and Mr.
SCHEDULE Starke each Friday morning Michael Maruca of Murray, Ky. 1965 CHEVROLET TON V-8 Engine Heater Park Green $1472
Thursday, June 19-6:30: Police beginning Friday June 27 to on Wednesday and Thursday. Mr and Mrs Bob Williams A Heal Good Buy __
baton twirling, spent last week with Mr. and 8' Fleetside Body Radio & Heater 3 Speed
vs Ccca Cola; 8 p.m., BP teach classes in Mr. and Mrs R, O. Dansbyand
OE vs So.: Discount. Hawaiian Dancing, and Charm. grandson, ;Steve: Hall, and Mrs. Mack Williams. Bobgrad- Std. Trans White With Fawn Inter- 1961 FORD /a TON PICKUP .. .
Monday. June 23-6:30 (Playoff Each clan will! be for 45 mm- Miss"Kate Struth of Starke, uated from the University of ior. This la! A Real Nice Truck 1 Speed' Trans. Radio & Heater -
Tie Game) BPOE vs Police. utes and will carry a fee of $.75 Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Dansbyof Georgia on June 7 and he and $394
Big 1 Tires _
Mrs. Williams have moral ea' .
Girls of all are Sherill Dansby and
Tuesday, June 24, 6:30: (Play per class. ages Perry,
off Tie Game) Coke vs Police. Invited to take advantage of son of Birmingham, Ala. and Gainesville: where he will enter -
this opportunity. For further Information Mrs. William Fleckenstein of Law Sch'>>\ at the Univer- 1956 FORD

GRABS NORMAN'S: :'LEAD FARM: please call the Recre- Flint, Mich attened the graduation sity of Florl'Wllliims' a. and Jean and \Time to TRADE UF! 19620LDS

ation Office at 964-6792. of Mickey Dansby of the Vicky Sport Coupe V-8 Engine
Norman's Farm took: over Sharon Crosby are spending this Sedan LoadedNothing -
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sole possession of first placeas "CLIPPERS" WIN IN afternoon. They also attended week at Camp Kuluka uelr White Heater Standard( Shift Radio & \\\\fe'll take anything Guaranteed To
nearest Bring Your Tow
they walloped their MEN'S LEAGUEIn the graduation of Mickey from Springs. Work.

competitor Colonial Florist 22- the :Men's Softball League, ROTC where he was commissioned Maj. Don Koretz of Albany, Truck). I vou can drive in!

4. Thursday night, June 12, Garden as lieutenant :
expected to bea N.Y. visited Mrs. Koretz and 19500'I
This game was Restaurant extended its Heidi $3995
Friends of Brantley,
for the fans, butNorman's her mother, Mrs. Arlen Mc- OR TOW IN!
real thriller together 14 base record in the 2nd Half to 3-0, by will regret to hear that he was Knight last Monday to Friday.
put downing Hampton, 181. hurt In a motorcycle accident.
hits and took advantage of the The Garden outhlt Hampton Dr. and Mrs. H. G. Bollin- June llardtag of
makea Miss
14 ml cues by Colonial to 16-4, with Marcus Rhoden and ger and daughters MarY. Martha Atlanta is visiting her parents

romp of the game. Wayne McLeod getting 3 hits and Marilyn, were visit- Mr. and Mrs. T. 13, HardingSr. I
Carolyn Redding paced Nor- each to lead Garden. John Wat- Ing relatives In Van Wert, Ohio this week.
with 4 hits in as manyat to Wednesday. .,
man's ison had a home run for Garden, from Friday

bats. his third of the season, and the Mr. and Mrs. Gene Baker and
The second game was a Gulf five only player In the League to hit family and Mr. and Mrs. Glen SEKVJCE SCHEDULE

Inning shut out as Beggs cne over the fence this season.:! Harrell of Jacksonville, and CATHOLIC Churches

whipped Starke Industries 11-0 to The secord game saw the Mrs. II. C. Sorenson of Mandarin j/ _
llmit'ng the Industries team Bradford Barber Shop "Clip were last Friday night ST EDWARD'S Starke:

only one base hit. Rama. Haines pers" pick: up their first win of guests of Mr. and Mrs. U. s. Sunday: Mnsi.: 8 a.m. and

had 2 of Beggs 9 WU. the season, as they squeezed by Haddock, and attended Bruce 9:15: a m.
Standings W L Terwillegar Denmark 1210. Haddock's graduation at BUS. ThursdayIan: 6:30 p.m.

Norman's J 2 1 There were 27 ba'e hits in the Mrs. Dave Paulk underwent MKiculous Medal Novena: U.. S. 301 North Phone
Colonial game, with the "Clippers" getting surgery last Friday in Alachua
3 5 Saturday, 7 p.m.
Beggs 17 of them. General; Hospital.
Starke Industries 0 8 Edwin Johns had a perfect Maj. and Mrs. Vernon Glenn ST WILLIAM'S Keystone STARKE FLORIDA

Schedule night at the plate for the CUppers and family are spending this Heights ,

Friday, June 208, Norman'svs as he went 4 for 4 while week with Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Sunday Mas": 9 a.m.
Starke Industries; 9:30: Colonial his teammate, Paul Bryant, had Glenn Sr. and Mr. and Mrs. Wetnesday Mass & Novena
Glenn; Jr. while enr ute tjtheir
vs Beggs. 3 ifor 4.STANDINGS. 7 p.m.
Monday. Jure 23-8 p.m. Col- : Garden 3-0 new assignment at Colorado "Sooner or Later Your Favorite Dealer"/
onial vs Starke Industries: 9:30: Merchants 2-0. Bradford Barbershop Springs, Colo. Maj. Gle-'. has ST MARY'S Macclenny

Beggs Gulf vs Norman'a. 1-1, Ter-Den (0-2, Hampton just completed a year's duty' Sunday Mass, 11:30: a.m.
0-2. In Vietnam.

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4th Bank Board Plans mow FFA'er Wins State ,

RobberArrested Friendly FightContinued Harmonica ContestWayne 1

One) Bennett, second year project on the FFA farm north .;:
( From Page
some legal fees. I think we Bradford High School student, of Starke. The prize was $75

have to respond. became the state champion har- cash !;
One) what's the cheapest for the tax -Sawyer, "I trust the r d who did not at- ,
(Continued From Page wisdomof K monica player in competitionat Gene Melvin,
volved In the bank case. John what payers.Is It isn't a question" of the court much more than I i the State FFA Convention in tend the convention, also won v

David Troglen, Harold Eugene right or wrong, trust my own. I think we should Daytona Beach last week. $25 cash as the winner of thedistrict \
Manning and Arlene Masters -Casey, "I'm a little distres- talk to some attorney of ourown A sophomore. Bennett is the livestock farming 1

Manning, were indicted by a sed that the Commissionersdidn't choosing and see how son of Mr. and Mrs Donald award 5
federal grand jury In Jackson- come and talk about it. much fee is involved." Bennett of Lawtey. He also Jimmy Alvarez and Richard \

ville on April 9. -Rodney Hall "I'd" still be All Board members agreed plays the five-string banjo, the Sapp won the state championship .,
Troglen and Mr. and Mrs. willing to negotiate. that they weren't going to courtto ---- harmonica being his second Instrument In the Use Division of the '-

Manning were arraigned in fed- Sawyer, "I trust the' fight a battle. Someone commented "MYSTERY State Demonstration Contest. \
eral court in Jacksonville and courts. "We're not trying to Young Bennett began playingthe They demonstrated the uses of '

entered pleas of not guilty. -Hall. "This Is what courtsare : win a case. We're Just trying to harmonica last year, according cabbage, winning a $25 cash ,

They are being held In the for But I hate to see two let the court decide what is more well-established CARL LAMAR JOHNS: Pres- R. C. ( PEE WEEDAMPIER) : to Advisor David Smith. prize between them. :
Duval County tail awaiting trial. attorneys get the taxpayers' fair." fea- ident of Starke Builders Sup- 1
local business firms were
has lived in Starke since 1935. He was defeated In district:: competition
Bail was set at$50,000foreach money. tured in the second week of plies, Inc., the firm which was He purchased the local Mary Ralph Morgan and Cecil Gas-

defendant. -Sawyer, "When it's not nee The Board then discussed the The Telegraph's "Mystery established by his father, the Carter Paint Store in 1964 and This year he beat out the kins won third place in the .

Troglen was arrested by the essary.HaIl matter of which attorney to Merchants" contest, with Interest late Carl Johns, In 1946. Carl expanded the business, movinginto same boy who beat him last state In the Production Divis-
FBI In Salisbury, N. C. on "Ths! I* the reason I hire. It was decided that it running high among shop LaMar "grew up" In the bus- a new building at the cor- year in the district contest and ion of the State Demonstration. ':

April 5, and the Mannings were don't mind negotiating with the would be "equitable" to approach pers hurrying to identify the iness, which he now operates, ner of Walnut and Washington went on to win the area and Contest They demonstrated production ,
picked up by the FBI in Port- Commissioners." whose offering a complete line of lumber -
Shaw four silhouettes
Atty. Eugene on appearIn Streets over two years ago. state titles.Bennett of blackberries ,
land Ore., on April 30. -Sawyer, "To eliminate the the matter since Pierce has the big double-spreadadver- paints, and other build- Mr. Dampier is offering an outstanding was in competitionwith Local FFA members attend .;
The FBI said Ruls, sought on attorney fees." been retained several mat- tisement featuring outstanding Ing supplies. In last '
on special value paint 13,000( FFA members from ing the convention weekwere ;
nationwide basis had
a goneto -Casey, "Right now I don'treaIly ters in the past. bargain each week. each week of the Jerry Lee. David Stalnak-
during Mystery over 200 FFA chapters In the "
the West Coast and returned TERWILLEGAR -
The Is Invited to visit CLYDE : cameto
believe that you can legally public .
demons Hicks
Merchant Dale Larrs
when he was arrested in Ar- pay these! funds at the pre- Casey phoned Shaw who said each of the advertising stores Starke in 1958 from Spartan- contest. state. er. Gaskins .:
:, Morgan
kansas Saturday.The that his fee and for the burg, S. C. where he was man- Five of the nine Bradford Alvarez Sapp
sent time. You might find it was $25 an hour and register grand prizeof MRS. J. R, BULLINGTON: and Bennett.Transportation .'
Keystone bank was held legally better to go into court he estimated the case would $150 In gift certificates which ager of a Ford dealership, and associated with her husband in FFA Chapter members at the to the "

up by two armed men shortly in a friendly fashion. I think probably take 20 to 25 hours will be given to the lucky win- purchased the local Ford deal- the operation!! of Bulllngton's convention won awards The tion furnished the conven-FFAChapter .:
after it for business The Board agreed to ner at the close of the contest. ership, now providing employ- chapter also finished third In was
opened: on that even though It may cost hire Shaw Studio & Gift Shop which has
Baldwin Chevrolet.do .
the morning of April 3. They Everyone Is welcome to reg- ment for 15 persons. Mr. Ter- been established inStarke since the state with its school forest by ;:

escaped which had been ister, and no purchase is required willegar has served as presI-
: : a car 1946. First known as the Hollywood -
until the Court has decided -
upon Club
dent of the
stolen the night bsfcre In Starke, County Sues Rotary Camera & Gift Shop, the situation "
at Broo-
the merits of the case. Chamber of Commerce. twice Education. any
but abandoned it socn afterward -Impress a lien on the por- The $150 grand prize is In as president of the Starke Golf business was first loacted near The board asked Casey to ker" ;,

along the! graced:: road from For Legal Fees tion of the money which would addition to the $5 $3, and $2 & Country Club and is now the railroad on E. Call Street, write up firm specifications and -"I think the community was ,
SR-21 to Speedvllle. before moving to its present location '
accrue to the School Board. rift certificates given each week chairman of the Bradford in present them to the board at Its just distressed about losing the
The: Rule livedIn 1949.
Mannings and (Continued From Page ODiIJ Direct the Tax: Collector to to the first ones Identifying the County Development Authority.He Now turn to the inside next meeting. teacher" the superintendent:
around Starke for number : pages
or a featured
distribute the money in the merchants of the week. is also a Vestryman in St. and try to identify this week'sMystery Bids ,will be asked for aU insurance commented. ,
of years. Troglen has beenin cent thereof." manner requested by" the County Last week's Mystery Mer- Mark's Episcooal Church.his Merchants. policies except the However, Board members also }
and cut of Stake in recent chants were:
years although his last known "During! 1965 1966 and 1967 Bradford High boiler policy Indicated that they were very )
five landowners owning 37V4 On Monday Tax Collector J. which has ben paid up for two pleased that the city council
adress was California read to him the 19th.
land R, Kelly, who was named as a objections. After a lengthy more Insurance premiums took such an interest in the '
cent of the total area years
All of the accussed have records per
the first the law
day enforcement conference with the attorneys, :
of Bradford County filed suitsin defendant in the suit, filed an School Bids average aoout $12,000 a cchool and upon the motion of
of past offenses, including officials! said:: they the judge overruled Scrugg's objections -
this Court challenging the answer stating "that he has no year according to Casey. Seeber Goodman directed Caseyto .
theft, forgery and larceny of told Carter they lookingfor
were recalled
the Jury
members also discussed write them a letter thanking,
automobiles legality of the assessments! for interest in the subject matterof
each above mentioned this except by such stolen cigarettes. They said and the trial resumed. a resolution from Brooker.City them for their concern .
year cause or- Carter took: them to the store On InsuranceTo
Carter was the only witnessfor
The school board also
Council asking them to decidedto
Said suits were brought againstthe der Instructions! be
or as may and showed them the cigarettes.On .
FEA To Be Tax Collector and various directed to him bv the Court. the defense. check into the situation at Broo meet at 7 p.m. Tuesday" ,
the second day the officials !
The trial began at 9:30: a.m. told the Board June 24, to begin reviewing the
other taxing officials of said ker School. Casey ;
Summons and copier of the
returned and arrested Carter Thursday at 3:25: p.m. Friday. Be AskedBradford
that he had checked and was budget.
county, but the Defendant
RevampedContinued complaint were Issued to Kelly The officials did not havea Testimony was concluded( by 6pm.
Board was not made a party to "very pleased to report that the: -
and to School Board President search warrant Boyette said Thursday and court
( From Page One) nor did it join or otherwise par was school is in excellent condition. ROTARY CLUBINSTALLATION
H, A, Lawson on June 13. The according to Florida statute he recessed. until 9 a.m. Friday County School Board
and work- ticipate in or assist with the defense We are pleased to report thatno : teachers"
"friends of defendants have 20() days to an- does have the right t to( search The jury went out at 10:55(): decided Tuesday night It would "
candidates elected.He of either said suits although personal problems exist. The Starke Rotary Club will
ed to get the swer. the premises of business
awn Friday and brought In the ask for bis on insurance policies
said that a person from approximately 60 per Casey said that apparently: the hold its annual installation of
license.Buck's .
which has
a verdict at 3:35: p.m. Membersof for the school system which
the FEA staff was assigned to cent of the tax monies Involvedin did have valid city council became concerned officers and Ladles Night at 7
Grocery a
the all white jury were Rob total about $12,000.Superintendent .
assist each of the candidates:! each suit were levied by and Local Grocer license at that time. Boyette when a teacher requested! and p.m. Thursday June 26, at the
ert W. McRae Donald E. Neal; Tom Casey!
with their campaigns and he accured to the use and benefitof also] said that he InvolvedIn received a transfer to another Starke Golf & Country Club
was Edward G. Saxon, Joseph J. had samples of insurance bid
added that all candidates were the Defendant Board Found the because Beverage school. However he said she had Newly elected president J, D.
GuiltyContinued case
Lamb Robbie L. Shaller and specifications! 'which: he obtained
elected. "They're Influential -Bradford County has paid Department is concerned with requested the ,transfer! some Doyle and other new officers
Mack L, Williams from the State Department of
people and very receptive to or incurred an obligation! to pay cigarette tax stamps. time ago ,and It "had nothing to will be installed at this time.
From One)
your lot." Lee commented.Lee the entire cost of defending the ( Page Scruggs objected on eight

pointed! to four areas in suits .
sUps Carter said they" represented grounds to much of this testimony -
which the education association "Bradford County has requested
errors which Hackney" had and to allowing cig-
will be working; guidance of of the Defendant Board made in deliveries. arettes being 'entered as evi-
the course of education; profes- that it agree to pay a share of dence.
Prosecutors from the state at-
sional standards; involvement the unrecoverable costssuch torney's office Gene Whitforth For example he stud/ he objected PRE
the local state and national share to be directly proportIon-
on and Kenneth Hebert, called ; "because a cursory read-
level and public relations.At ately to the amount accuring GatA13AVrNG3
of speedily
five other witnesses on Thurs- Ing a person's rights -
the brief business meeting to the Defendants-; that said day: Bradford County Deputy spoken, does not constitutean fke1/azei NGVAWj
which followed the luncheon, Board has refused to even acknowledge the defend-
understanding by
Kenneth Fuqua; E. J. Long,
officers: were nominated for !! Plaintiff's request, manager of Hackney Company; ant of his rights," and becausethe
196970. Ballots were to be tallied pretending that such a requesthas
defendant did not waive his
Nominatedwere Lt Paul K, Philpot, Lake City aGGM
Wednesday. never been made"That's police; Columbia County Chief rights. (The defendant, did,
Gladys Thomas, president; -" It is grossly unfair
Deputy Glenn Bailey; and State however, answer questions
Warney Adklnson, vice presi- unjust and inequitable for Brad- time.
the )
Beverage Agent L. D. Boyette.
dent; Ruth Jenkins secretaryand ford County to bear the entire They Identified the stolen cigarettes Scruggs also objected because LADIES AND JUNIORSSPORTSWEAR
Theresa West, treasurer expense-while allowing the Defendant .
the constitutional rightsof
and told of going to he said
Guests of honor at the lunch- Board to collect the ma-
had been violated because
Carter's store on Feb. 19 and Carter -
eon were to have been Cleo> jor portion"
20. Fuqua and Boyette both testified the premises had been in-
Andrews and Ruth Frazier, In the suit, the county then without search warrant.
that Fuqua read Carter vaded a
both of whom are retiring. demand} that the court:
his rights on both( days. Carter The jury was excused when
However, President Marilyn -EnJoin the Tax Collector
and Boyette first; testi
denied that his rights, had been Fuqua
Roberts said both declined the from distributing the tax money fied and when Scrugg's entered

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.' Although school doors closed RJE High School, busses leaveat Band members will also be

briefly last week they opened 8 ajn.; Shift II, 9:30: ( to 10:30: busy. Individual lessons will be

again on June 19 for Bradford am.. Brooker (bus leaves at given from 9 to 10 a.m.; trombone -

County's tenth month of school. 8:30): ), Hampton (bus leaves at sections from 10 to 11

Summer school, which will 9)). Southslde (bus leaves at 9) a.m.; intermediate band from

have courses and activities and Lincoln City (bus leaves at 11 to noon: beginning woodwind

available to any student who Is 9)); Shift III 10:30: to 11:30: a.m., from 1 to 2 p.m. and beginning

Interested will continue, with La-wtey and Starke Elementary brass from 2 to 3 p.m. The

two exceptions! through July 18. ,schools busses will leave the last two sections are Interchangeable .

Schools' have sent out letters schools at 10:10: a.m. with Individual lessons. -

i and registration blanks for all Many other programs; and *

except two of the programs. courses) (about which parents Members of the marchingband

Plans for these two, physical have been sent information) are will practice from 7 to 9

fitness for elementary studentsand being offered this summer: p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays.At .

music for elementary students At Bradford High School there the Middle School, studentswill

have Just been completed.The will be credit and non-credit be offered an In-depth studyof

physical fitness program courses offered for makeupand Florida from 12:30: to 3 p.m.

will be conducted from 8 to 10 for enrichment. Classes will Incorporated into the course

!BHS Graduates Hear Conner Urge Self-discipline a.m. at Starke Elementary and be held from 1 to 4 p.m. and will be reading! science, math

from 1 to 3:30: p.m. at Southslde are open to all who will be In English, social studies, movies.

from June 19 tq July 25. Teacher the ninth-through the 12th grade field,trips, art music and crafts.
Iwo hundred and three graduates al. leader In FFA."Freedoms capacity audience of 2,000. ues. He said he had asked for tion were delivered by Father will be Dewey McKinney. come September. All students will also participate -

comprising the largest withoutdiscipline Evelyn Sinclair, Valedictorian the prayers of the community.at Edward Kirby of St. Edward's Mrs. Deborah Stafford will Offered for credit will be in the writing of an original -

graduating class in the history will not lead to high goals," gave the address of wel- the start of the school term Catholic Church. "The Harbingers direct the music program at Englsh! and math (both will pageant, depicltlng! the history

of BUS, were urged to continue Conner warned the graduates, come, and Bruce Haddock, Salutatorian last fall, and felt confident ," popular local musical Southslde from 8:15: to 8:50: a.m. !have all courses taught during of Florida which will be

"the school learning"or processs'mind after will stating that those who succeed closed with the farewell that those prayers had been group sang the class song, and at Starke Elementary from the regular school year), gen presented to the public.

become high obsolete your in ten will be the ones who have message. answered. He thanked all clubs, "Born Free," and the BHS 9:15: to 10 a.m. and at the Mid. eral science, drivers education, All students who will attend

'In rapidly changing world.years" learned to discipline themselves BUS Principal Ralph Dlggs organizations and Individualswho Band played the traditional processional dIe School from 10:15: to 11 a.m. and problems In American democracy. the Middle School next year are

The our CommIssioner and continue) their' educa- told the graduates that fame contributed to the success and recessional. This year's swimming pro- eligible to participate In the
speaker was
of Agriculture Doyle Con- tion after high school.Thp Is a precarious foundation of the school term by their Reggie Norman, Senior Class gram will involve over 500 students Non-credit courses being offered summer program.

ner himself a graduate of BIIS Commencement were held in Bradford exercises upon which to build" hopes for a cooperation with various acti- president served as masterof and will be conducted In are girls' physical education At the elementary level, all

and a former state and nation- High stadium before a near- successful life, and urged vities. ceremonies. three shifts' : Shift I. 8:30: to 9:30: home economics and per schools will be open for the
val- The Invocation and benedic-
them to seek more solid
Anderson and sonal typing.
a.m., Elementary summer program except Brook-
or "thtrh cnhani nrh. ha...
'"' W
lieve l Is too small to offer a

I 5 Senior Starters To Lead BHS 11"! Pest Contl'olAwning GoesIn other program.are elementary However eligible ,to schools.Brooker attend students the.

While the programs will vary

WreckThe somewhat from ;school to
:Much of the of the using one of his fivorlte complimentary -
success DOW1d
also tabs him as a winner the coach says of si.igal: Mller 'next season bar- man, all strong, hard nosed school the time will be from
expressions for an Hurse .
19690 Bradford High foot
Morgan. ring unforeseen events, such as 6-0 and 170 pounds of him, front awning was knocked 1 to 3:30: pm. All students who
ball team. will rest,; on the IN,'- athlete. 'lird nosed and a thinker, he
o Probably Ralph's biggest this summer
:his preso hospital stay. works hard off the Florida Pest Control attended elementary school this
for:nance and team leadership: Blackshear Nil! most likelybe besides. Morgan was defeVi-. weak: l is his 1. but he the Tornadoes a win-
: spe.) He'll also be a most unus- can make Water and Call past including .
building at year kindergarten
: of its five tur"- next fall sive : caller for the 7- .
capabilities r* used! offensively makes for that in desire the coach
up ual quarterback, Hurse says, In ning quarterback,
and $2,000 damage doneto are eligible/
Ing starters.All at tight end IKVI' II' of his 3 squad last 'ictS: l\. !-Ie played and aggressiveness. "He Is Streets
he's of the hard
that one most said.
two In collision Mon Offered will be a course In
se'iiors' the stalwarts are hand and at offensive cars a
speed, good tough- every game a good leader on and off the nosed players On the squad. BHS quarterbacks have made", .
day morning, June 16. language arts!! which will emphasize
Tom :Marks, Tommy Black- lie worked there this linebacker '
ness. guard and : i"'i& H- field and an Ideal l type boy to "Usually you don't think of all conference every year In
shear, Christy Chandler Ralph spring and fitted in quite well, slve, much of the time with a coach," Ilurse says. your quarterback as being the the 14 horse has: spent at Nobody was injured. reading but will also include
and :Mike Nor' The ,accident happened when spelling! creative writingand
Morgan : Hurse.Defensively .
nan. according to bad a/ulo.
: / out
type of player you could put ,in' BHS, the coach pointed ,
Lane 22, Jackson poss'bly'! math
"The s.iccess of any ball he will definitelybe Zephanlan some
Morgan was Inadvertently left Mike Norman the liio .juard.. or center and adding that no less Is expec-
club depends i-xm good lead at the strong side linebacker ville started north through a Mrs Lucille Payne elemen.
Quarterback Mike Norman Is kixpect him to hold his own: ted of Norman next fall.
out of the Telegraph's article
ership. These five seniors have post "where a man with speed green lieht on Water Street.A tary supervisor' said the purpose -
farm boy
last wco's' on the round up flat on his back now after an but Mike Is this type; athlete, The hard as nails
.a tremendous' ,lespo-isibilitynot' and tOtIgIJII<)-1 Is rqul r>kl." But Coach emergency apendei'tomy: 11: Hurse S'lys.Norman is also expected to occupy a 1967 Ford, driven by Gordon of the program 1 1$ to
only to themselves: but to the The 5-10 163 pound grtd- of spring practice. South Miami Hospital. lie starting corner back spot next Ellis! Johnson, 24, traveling: strengthen reading ability and
Hurse has been lavish Will'Ihli Is not bles-K-d witha
team to provide > Ie le'\d orship der works well on his own to interest. She
was a starting defensive end fall. He should have no trouble west on Call Street failed said it is open to
of the who
praise youth amount of natural abil-
over next season and iring' with weights and has improvoJMs last seison aid< was seU! bm off great thereafter handling the defen- stop for the red light and a col- children at all levels of aca.
the long summer," Coach David strength; considerably over!;! ften rides his horse tj lift ity, Hurse continued, thereforehe of lision occurred. There was $300 demic achievement.At .
his feet and mor often rode sive end post last year) one
must In lot of time
lIurse states. the past year, his coach says. .vetehts;( during the summer. the opposing quarterback. put a the toughest positions to play. damage to the left side of the the Vo-Tech Center regular
of of thequad" In skills involved In the quar'.erback's -
k the the
"The meaning of
tow "One
He has been a quarterback We expect Norman to be an Ford and $1,500 damage to the courses will be taught during
sacrifice hirl ivor'. and responsibility. Christy Chandler ; Is Hurse's term to describe along but played very little last position. outstanding football player, but Dodge, according to the Starke the summer months
"To have winning
If they let downit With one letter earned as a Morgan who Is counted a
will be a rough year for the starter at offensive guard on :on heavily next /'ill. lie has the season due to the fine job done team, you 'must have 1 winner It depends on how hard hewor' Police Department Amount of ran Oil the pa""... ..

Tornadoes the strong side, Christy Chan desire a boy must hav3 K 'ie by now graduated Hilly Belote. at quarterback," came
Tom :Marks dler has gained the reputation wishes to play football and be But Norman will be the TIB another Ilurse cliche. If Nor- prepare himself, Ilurse store had not been determined.After Pest Control building and

,\ starter last year at do.f..I. of the quickest on Impact Gordon's Ford knocked off the! metal awning
r___'.,_ __.. T_._ '. .,_._._.... .. being ,_ u_ !man H. .__.. -- --- -------- -------- ri",.. ......,. .,....__a ..il.i. '.11-
"'""&>C VILU S VIII .L,24 flS (VU flVU tIle lornaao :squaa. tie UJ there in the spring and s'mvoln :I over the guard spot when Joe ure to have his vehicle under

ich Improvement, Hursesijs Green was moved! to tickle last Bill Adams/ New Move MadeTo 6 Persons Go To JuryIn :ontiol and causing/ an accident

; Mart! 5 !! ind 171poimd4 year and has distinguished him-

'i .troiiger and more self since. He played behind Remedy
aggressive i tau> : I lIst 'Ie
yvif. MATHEWSWell
Willie Cohens last at Golf Club
's also more knowledsoable: middle guard. Traffic LightRemedy Circuit Court HereDuring

:a'50'it: his position: than he was This spring Chandler, a Drilling

as a junior. Bradford Scho Third winner Jack Eaves
strong 5-10 1/2 and 163 High flight
Exhibiting' a good tlitude. pounds was worked at full- :jilfer BUI\ \da.ns Is the new topped Paul Harris by a 3 & for the traffic light at the Spring term of ders and David West (appointed\=
:Marks worked Into a starting Call and Water Streets ."which Melrose Fla.
win- by the public defender) to Mea
back to take advantage of his champion of the Starke Golf 1 margin. Fourth flight Circuit Court six persons took
slot slowly on the mid 7-3 1968 quickness and speed. (He is and Country Club after beating ,ier Ertnie Jones who downed can't be seen when the sun their cases to a jury and five motion for a new trial. Judge Phone 475-5101

grid he had squad.'beat out Uy Donnie S.D-UJI;Elder I also capable of playing half Charles Sawyer 7 & 5 in Bill Powell 3 & 1. Fifth shines just right" was City requested Coun- entered pleas of g ilty. Murphree said he also wantedto Myers Pumps

back and Is a gem at catchIng match play Saturday, June 7. flight winner George Roberts Tuesday night by confer with the attorneys be.
for the guilty June 9
starting slot. Pleading on
the football Coach (Ilurse The 1969 champion, son of defeated Wayne Douglas by a cilman Nell Tucker were John McCauley fore passing sentence. Gene SERVICEand
He has also shown improve forgery:
says, something that may prove Dr. and :Mrs. II. It. Adams one up margin. It is the second time in the Nelson Whitworth and Hebert were REPAIRS
ment offensively. In the fill Gary possession of a
I Invaluable next fall In the Tor- first of 33 with a bogey on the past few months that particulartraffic still and prosecuting attorneys.
he will probably be worked at Warren Forbes. pos-
nado offense. Ladles Tourney light has come
first nine holes to set a torrid -
two positions weak side tack- esslon of an instrument or wea.
Chandler, tvill also be workedat Saw had .
er a one-
!Jo and light end.1uks is under pace.- 37 for the first In the Ladies Handicap Club A different light was installed pon by a state prisoner. When You IS> .ti .Amir ,\\"- ( li.irAt.cuiiat ; ;. .
improved blocker and 1 Is< offensive guard this fill and par Circuit Court Judge John A.
-in at all nine and was four strokes down. Championship, as yet unfinished afew months ago Utilities Supt.
an Important linebackerspot.
viluable in thathe morethan H.
one position,canpay Coach Ilurse At any place he's needed Adams finished the 36 holes, Lillian Bishop and Ruth Oscar Davis said Tuesday night. ment Murphree!in. Nelson's withheld case and judge ordered Your Prescript"1"! I lot care : 1 Uouml-:. ;
times around the Starke Powell are finalists. Mrs. explained the sun can'tshine
four Davis
next fall
strength, Kept For; Von I liv! Its
s.1ys. a pro-sentence .1is.1isLAKE
'jerth defeating
her by this
size, and quicknes's' will fit course, In 7274146.. Saw- Bishop gained completely through
Tommy Blackshear:: most handily into a Tornado. yet finished in 152 for the 36 "Naomi Ilerres 5 & 3. light and an improvement has Attorney tion. He George was represented Pierce .by Andrews DrugsFor
Mrs. Powell downed Margaret
holes. been made.
.. team
\ plan which
two letterman, will stross
: BUcksiiear moved up to quickness much more than Harold Bishop, defending Miller by a 3 & 2 margin.In Several persons including Forbes, represented by Her Fast Delrverj Di.il -J-H-Tno

the varsity dur' y lhe middle :size. champion did not competein the second group Gladys Police Chief Bobby Biggs, stated bert Schwartz, pled guilty but
the 1969 tournament. Bish- Hobbs' defeated Shirley Doug- took the stand) and was sworn
The that at certain times of the day.
jf his sophomore, year when big, slow defensive
Injuries weakened! that 5-5!' will find no home In the Tor-man op and Clydo Terwillegar have las 3 & 2 to gain a finalist a person still can't tell whetherthe In so that he could make a state.

squad. A ;starter all the 19GU nado line up next fall, Coach both. won Tie club champion berth. Betts Andrews and light Is red or green."That's ment. According to deputy court CITY SPEEDWAYRacing
ship three times.Terwilegar Carolyn Eaves have yet to playin reporter Virginia Johns, Forbes
season Blackshear has expel"ience (lurse! says' : he'll have to be the first traffic light
:it a wide variety of positions quick and fast to make fie was beaten by the semi finals. The winner I've ever been unable to tell the .said that his weapon was a
offensive: eeato ,*f- gride Adams in the first round of the of that match will meet color of" Biggs stated. toothbrush with a couple of Every
Saturday Night
1969 tournament but went on to Mrs. Hobbs for the final of be razor blades on the end and
: Davis said all that! can ,
defensive tickle
ensive guard, Ralph Morgan:
win the championship consola- the second group. that he had a weapon because
done Is to place longer visoison
and linebacker where he probably tion by defeating John Watson Awards for1 flights\ ,' both tie was trying to defend himself.He .
,has been most outstand- Taking over where his bru- the light. It ts Impossible:: to TIME TRIALS 7:30
3 & 2.Play. ladies will be -
and presented
ing. ther. Leaton, left off in 1966, men put wider visors on because the testified, "They were tryIng -
In the first flight found at the annual meetingIn to make
Ralph Morgan has been one diameter : a homosexual of FIRST RACE 8:30
light eight-inch
Dale Johns Bob Mc- There will be a ban- "
defeating July. to
me according the court
of the most dependable pliy- re-
Blessed with good speed & the meeting this len!e, he said.
Rae 2 I 1. Second flight along with
Tlicka'iei., kl\.v' !ast ers on the Tornado squad the quet porter. Forbes. was sentencedto \ SATURDAY
.me the
.I : ; two winner Comer Ferryman: defeated year and Pro Herb Ilerres urges Davis suggested longer four years.McCauley NIGHT, JUNE 21
season a s a linebacker who past years. Tabbed as. to attend. visors be tried and if that
"little guard :Morgan has Mike Fogg 3 & 2. all members was convicted of
got all over the field. Besides doesn't alleviate the problem
th'lt1): Is qutc't, ind "hard worked with the wel/it training : -.- -.. ,- that a new light be Installed. forging a. $65 check and was

nosed," Coach (Flur,e sill: program until he now, at The matter came to light sentenced to four years In the ADDED ATTRACTION
Garden SofthaUers
5-10, weighs a respei.-ta'Me' 167 Taking Just after another wreck at the state prison. He was represented

Slow Pitch Tourney Route intersection.but $2,000 There in damage were no was Injuries Green.by ,Jr.Prosecuting Public. Defender R. A. Powder Puff Race

; incurred and Gordon Ellis Johns the state at.torney's
office: on June 9 were
was charged with failure to WOMAN
The Garden Restaurant, win The Garden f'ni'hed' ninth ina yield the right-of-way and causing Gene Whltworth and KennetlvHebert.

ners of t fie Starke Invitational, field of 3(5( teams. Drive-In TV an accident when he ran the .
NOW E journeyed to Savannah June 6-7 of Melbourne a team Garden On Tuesday June 10 Clyde H.
light at 7:45: am. M:>nday. June
but were unable to get things whipped In Starke was Gar 16. while traveling west on'Call McRae and William R. McRaa

[J.M !>. I ihMi'ih: .Ntxr 10 IU\VN n.\AMbj going! right for them. den's firet opponent:: In Savan Street (SR-230)) pled guilty to aggravated as-

nah. This tm! Melbourne: got In other action Tuesday suit. Adjudication was withheld

LOWEST PRICES IN OWN reverse far: the Starke loss and night: and a presentence Investigation $50FLEETWOOD

we'll matchour sent Garden! to the 1-sers bracket -Instructed Clerk Merrill Ed- was ordered by the Judge Db
with a 10,4 wn.: Melbournehad : len. attorney was Green.
-z--; wards to Inquire of the city's insurance
portable 15 hits to the Garden's 9. firm about payment of Three who went to trial

; againstanything Melbourne was aided by 2 home a bill to Bill Thompson: for work Ing attorney was Elzie Sanders.
i:: runs. he did when a tree fell on a Prosecutor on June 10 was He

In their second.game, Garden house. The bill Is five monthsold 7 H.P.
Percale Bed eets No-Iron Sheets kept from belI'Il'sent home as and Thompson has asked of Milton Daniel "Buck"

I they whipped Mtcon. Georgia that he be .
% HITE, FUTtXiHKA SOLIDS, PRINTS CO paid.Instructed Carter charged with receiving
10-4. collecting 17 hits. In the the clerk to ask stolen
I AND FLORAL 4Y goods, took all of Thurs. RIDING
AD 50
flrrEu ,
[ i third gam Garden assured Mac Baldwin of Baldwin Chevrolet day and did not end until 3:15:
MADE TO SELL FOR IS.8& themslves of play'ng! arother be present at the next p.m. Friday, Carter was found MOWERTRACTOR8SPEED

LAUCb BED SPREAD K G S game when they defeated Rack: meeting to discuss an oil leak guilty but was given 10 days to

BATH TOWELS! Made By Con MillsMade SHEETS Hill, South Carolina 6-3 with 12 In the city's new garbage truck. file a motion for a retrial. Pre- TRANSMISSION t.

I White. Klue, Yellow To Sell For hits on thb:>1k. sentence investigation was or-
Pink $13.90 TO 122.91 FLAT $3' In their final gams Augusta dered. 1 1 TWIN BLADES \ ..
Velvet Finish the Garden! 76.
Georgia edited Clyde Saunders and Thomas
/ A seventh Irn'ng Garden rally VA Will Pay Penley charged with forgery
97CHAND OUR PRICE (FITTED *4| fell short to eliminate the Vets and uttering forgery, were tried ( )
Starke t'am.
1- | $398 TO $598 1 Iwhltj CoInr. Print Jeiry's of M'aml' was top finisher Medical ExpenseM. Friday Saunders afternoon.was found guilty of Reg. $429.95

( TOWELS of the tourney. forgery but on' the count of
WASHCLOTHS BED PILLOWS ELECTROCOPY 440 The Gavd-n now heads for uttering forgery Judge Mur. Now $3799Come

15C EACH $1.00 Doz. $1.39i At $625 everyone should the Prrv I"v'fa'l'"i' j In Perry, rhree entered a judgemnt of ac-
i Florida when they will compete T. Dixon, of the Fla. In For FreeDemonstration
have of quital. Penley found
one our port- was guiltyof
BATH MATSf BATH MA able with 10 t'ntru th's' weekend. Dept. of Veteran Affairs, says both charges.
THROW automatic feeding that with summer vacation time
ASSORTED COLORS electrostatic Gardn will play its opening The judge granted 10 days The "Budget"; Fleetwood, Perfect for the smaller
coming of veter1.'I.IviII
Mad To Sell For copying ma many our >
Made To Sell For RUGS game Saturday morning. for defense
attorneys Elate San- or larger Lawn. Packs
11.50 12.98 chines. > be making trips all over more power and features

89C Call now and order one. June 18, 1812UnitedStates the country for rest and re- than any other Tractor in its class. Its ease of

: 59C OnlySI .. If you doubt us, call anyway declared war against laxation.He would. like to re'ni.id' them to tl1e'neuest civilian hospitalat operation) is surpassed only by its ease of mainte

I : and try it free. Great Britain. if they have a service con- VA expense. If, they notifythe nance.
V hit*. Pink. Gold Work Clothes $2.00 A SuitJ VA within 72 hours of their
Avocada. (ir,.n BRADFORD June nected disability, and retire' admittance or treatment for
29! 1927-Byrd, No- Farm
j Men! YOU Reg. $2.00 Suit Now $1.49 COUNTXTelegraph emergency treatment while their service connected Starling Supply
ville, Aco.sta and Balchen be-
M lN ALL COLORS AND SIZES they are traveling, and are not condition, which became an emergency -
gan first radio-equipped airplane near a VA hospital or a VA while
i, flight across the Atlantic. outpatient clinic, that they can go on vacation. 225 E. Andrews St. Phone 964.6062

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po .. Sen. Smather's place on the I !Camp LeJeune, North Carolina. V
Beach, Calif. Pfc. Marlle J. Sanderson, U |
1. t ; .. SENIOR Special Committee on Aging. The ship was recently com fS. Marine Corps, His unit ia deploying for a
.. .. ,. was promoted '
There will be entenslve debate NEWS ABOUT six month tour in the Medlt-
missioned and features an auto
tl" 'tftV ,to Lance Corporal
J on May 26.
.:.1ii'q1"iffl',7': :: ..."c.N._...".' i I, CITIZENS on the this Social session Security In Act during mated engine room which can He Is a machine gunner ser erranean this July.TYPEWRITERS.
1 Washington.: "
'!"' ''' .' :i!, ''I, be handled by only four men instead ving with 'D Company, 1st : Manual orLiectrlc.
.f If.: y;..,:(,. /1 ,., po' We believe that certain solutions l. SERVICE MEN of the usual 14. It also Battalion, 6th Marines, 2nd Division For sale or rent. -
.I':;.c ;': were by
i'T.(I' i Fleet Marine Force,
''loW;: _... Bradford County Telegraph.
1 I.j Q '( The much weakened $10,000 National Council of Senior Cit has a helicopter platform which
r .
-.- ..'-- .' "" .. Homestead Exemption Bill, izens. Was'i.! D. C. during: the I can be used to fly in medical
;: hung with numerous amend-* Convention held June 5, 6.and 7 Seaman Apprentice Micrael or combat assistance.
ments, failed to pass during which will: soon be in our po- W. "Newsome' USN, son of Mr.
this session of the Legislature session to adopt as guidelines and Mrs. E. W. Newsome of In addition to cargo handling
In Tallahassee. The ironic to work on. Route 1. Starke. is serving capabilities, the Durham can ((2 -// I.

contrast was seen In the whop We already know ol fresMent aboard the amphibious cargo also carry, :a large number of 'Jrlf Jle.} ffe
ping. increase in salaries, $12- Nixon's aooroayh to our ship USS Durham in Long troops. )

tors.000 per There year,are fir the few,legisla If financial probl'm 7% increase :::::,:! :,:,:,:,:!:,:,:!:,:!:.:!:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.;.,.!.;.,.!.!,.!.,.;.;.,.,.,.,...:..u.u.uu.uuu.......UH.... # .lpJlrlerl .
any "
baoi mtenUl -
which has already) \ (I'ie
senior citizens who
earn even
Sv tho onot of Hving
and mr rA -
$3,600 per year. This issue rise in the past! five months ,.. .
will be raised again during the of this Ve will have to 1. l / rLJ
next. session of the Legislature be vigilant year.In the coming mon OeWitt i C. Jones Funeral Home J If i.j(JI/ e JI le i j

ths so that we can keep our
Sen. Gay lord Nelson ( Wis..
is working hard, as did the late and legislators nation, of informed our needs.Don't both! state STARKE Providing the finest in professional nursing care for '::

Boy Scoutt of Troop 70 put thr finishing torches to tk.eIlrrhh'eICht Sen. Kefauver, battling the billion convalescent, geriatric, chronically ill, long-term andposthospital .'
dollar drug corporations Carl: and :: PHONE 964-6200 :::1:1III -
raft with which they bope to win the rice on the about the high cost of drugs. forget to visit : i patients. Inquiries and visits invited.
Helen McManus at the Presbyterian
Suwannre River next Wednesday. Stanley Gay (standing) Some relief is needed by the 30

designed the raft and did major share of work aiiembllng It. million, including social security the disabled recipIents 22, from Manse 3 to 5 on p.m.Sunday, June III! KEYSTON-HEIGHTS lili Certified for Medicare patients.

will be held
Troop 70 Hopes To Win most in one of form whom or consume another *.)drugs pro June Our 25 next at the meeting Recreation: Center 1 1 PHONE 47.1-3176: iii 1000( S 0iTHW( > .", -.X' .rN"H AVENUE 'jAlMF>VI.F' *,ORIOA 1601

mote health and live longer. at 1 p.m. These topics and I < _FPHilNr! ARrA ODE 9(>4)76) '46.
Raft .Race With Speedy Model others will be discussed and we
We received a very good letter :
r."Om U. S. Sen. Ed Gur- will have fun as well.Joe ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::SftWSfftWKiK'::::::::!:::::!:::::!:::!:!:::::::!::::::::::::'!*:::>:M::::>::*:::.:.':>:x::.:.X'X'::::::::;:':':::::'::::::::::::::::::*::::,:::,: l! AN AFFILIATE OF UNITED CONVALESCENT
Boy Scout Troop 70 will have, fine points or river me. Kach:: ney ( R. Fla)., who has taken -- Kerrigan HOSPITALS. INC.
two entries In this year's Su- night they will:: sump along the
wainee River Raft Race -- banks of the Suwannee with ---
one built for speed, and the Scouts from some 40 rafts already
other for comfort. registered for the annual REASONS *
The lightweight raft, with event. The overnight
which the local Scouts hope to camps will be at sites selected
win the final seven mile by and under the super
dash which climaxes the four- vision of the State Game &
day down river trek, will Fresh Water Fish Commission. m OUR PRICK PROVE
carry six Scouts' and one adult, Conservation and wildlife films
while the remaining boys and will be shown each night during
their sponsors will ride on the the trip. YOU SAVE MORE AT
heavier "luxury liner." On the last day (Wednesday *
The lightweight raft, dubbed ) a seven mile race
AWK. n, is constructed on wing will be staged, ending at Man
tank pontoons. The larger raft, atee Springs, the final stop 01 EAGLE
named the Gay Mont Special I, the trip It is this event ARMYNAVY
used fibreglass pontoons and is that the local Scouts hope to NAVY
built more for large capacity win with their lightweight en

than speed. try.The FRIDAY J. SATURDAY
Both are unde"'cons tructlon at Scouts are assists! in
the Boy Scout hut 01 Pratt financing their rafts by two V v_ gn.iiilil Higlil Ki-s. SYLVANIA LIGHT BULBS
Street, and will be launched at sponsiir'ng organizations, the rfe&J&r 45" DECORATED SOLID -
Branforl: this' Saturday at 10 Starke Rotary Club, and Post! \> #3i All bulbs are pre-lested

a.m. 56 American Legion.Accompanying PLASTIC POOL Goad size range,
The first fjur days ->f the the boys on the y 2&n. .. i/ 25 (o IOO Watts
Made of rigid hard-side plastic
50-mile safari will be at a trip will be Assistant Scout MEN'S FAMOUS MAKER .* Big size, to clean
leisurely to give the
pace boys master David Montgomery, .
an opportunity to leani :Tie: rudiments Dr. R. S. Mulllns. Z. W. Ham Bright colorful designs

.of navigation..and other ilton, and Frank Williams. DRESS PANTS YOU SAVE 1.04

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Iv and Continental styling
L Slids and checks: sizes 21-3* Permanent 3,48 2/25

News About V Press 6O" PLAIN
I Naflly sele
at 12.00 ar.
Colored Citizens 1recegnize

the fameus
The Head Start program will Vacation Bible School start Strong
begin Monday,June 23,at Starke ed June 9 and will close Fri woven Dependable S Blades. r Capture those
Elementary School. The bus day with a picnic Saturday and vinyl and 3 speed exciting
will pick up students from the commencement Sunday at 6 p.m. LADIES'SUMMERFLATS 1 Green or accurateAttractive motor \ occasions on
is Invited. Sun White film,
various points. The public I Year plan
day School at 9:30.: Morning & LOAFERS antique over the ahead,
ADULT SCHOOL Worship at 11. counterreplace stock up.for

Registration for Adult Sum Greater Allen Chapel AME Tremendous selection*f pepular .
mer Classes started Monday, Church, Rev. L. A. Sampson! styles and clrs in fin* quality ment P summer
June 16. All adults Interested pastor. The annual Women's vinyl; sixes 4 t 10 YOU SAVE 22CYOUSAVE5S funMEN'S
In attending are asked to regis Day program will terminate the
ter at the Vo- Tech Center, drive Sunday with Sunday School *
9646150. The session will run at 10 a.m. with Mrs. F. B. 1786
for six weeks. Delestre In charge. Morning
Worship at 11 with the youth In
"'NOTICE 1 charge. At 3 p.m. the senior
Dell Chapter 168 will meet will be in charge with
tonight (Thursday) at 8 p.m. Mrs. Joan Chitty as guest 1.18
In the Masonic hall on Brown- speaker. Theme: Crisis. Topic 4 OUNCES
lee St. All me-nbers are ask : Christian Women of Starke TONKA 24"BBQ 914"PLAYGROUND OR SUNTAN OIL LIST PRKI J S
ed to be present and on time. Meeting The Needs of a Chang-

NEWSPleasant Ing World. The services will GRILLS BALLS COLGATE 100 MOUTH WASH
CHURCH be concluded for the day. All -v*. 87
Grove United Methodist
captains are asked to contact k Assented c.Urs YOU SAVE S4< 17 OUNCES LIST PUKE 4 *9
Church Sunday School,
: of team. Each
members your Folding
Leo DeSueIn WHITE T-SHIRTS & bright designs
with Supt.
member Is asked to please cooperate grill with
charge Rev. J. Perkins with the captains for hood, OMIT a COLGATE TOOTH PASTE 38t100CT.

pastor. success. motor A 2/100
The MYF\. of Pleasant Grove 100 soft spit U Lapproved 3.23 OUNCES LIST PRICE 45<
will observe Youth Hour on con'bed
June 22 at 11 a.m. The speak SEE cottonFull
er will be Ronald Strong of cut Chrome GROMMET TOOLS GROMMETS:
Ebenezer Baptist Church, 'The Paint People' and machine plated
Solid Brass
grid PAPER PLATES fa For your lawn furniture
Starke. All members and washable P 50..27C

friends are Invited to attend. LA .* White only Th perfect slutin party *r picnic
Moored i* Sizes, WEBBING SCREWS
Patricia Denefield reporter. problems, sav* time an4 work tt !
Greater Bethlehem Free Will PAINTS S-M-L n.81I P S&r Rust resistant
Baptist Church, Rev. Jasper 6' wheels \ inch Paper Pack of 30..I7*
Williams pastor. Monday night, YOU SAVE 1.00 Plates
Choir "No.' 3 rehearsal. Tues CENTRAL PAINT, 12/100

day night Choir No.: 1 rehearsal STORES, INC.
Wednesday night Prayer
Thursday night Lad 636 NW. 13th STREET < I
Meeting. I
ies Circle. Friday night, Prayer GAINESVILLE 9}* TRAY &

Band meeting. Saturday .PHONE: 376-I2BII
night t. dinners will be sold In A DRAINBOARD SET

MEN'S LEATHER HI-TOP LADIEfSCUFFS $$+- >& Chip pro*', unbreakable

SCOTTY'S SPECIALS \. WORK SHOES Assorted styles and colors not .1 ;! *i polyethylene

X all styles in ever/ size or :olor P ly packaged
leather Inventory YOU SAVE 41*
uppers: clearance

PLAIN WHITE 12" x 12"CEILING MI black from topmaker
.. rubber
2.9-6 sole Values
Sizes 7-13 to 4.98


,. Lovely sheer nylon
Retail 14i *
: Avg. i. i |I' I' Adorably styled hose in fashion colors
rTjTi t for the 'hullJBtr miss'
Permanent Press'' Sizes Petite, Average
.. I Washable Acetate and Tall Yu'll find manv
Scotty's 110 X / Cool cotton prints .
.. *
| Lacy trim You'll want several uses f r these Uvely
.. Sizes 8 to 16
Price I I -J .
Sale '
f. ? -''' -T I Sizes 4 to 14J low
pairs at this price1
-J Bed television
I \ tray
{ tray etc.

".: \ ( J / YOU SAVE 40<

,:e: MODEL "V"


; 19" long x 7'A" high 7)4" deep
: ><'
t ::?J: :;
t M ::::<...::<:...:.:t.-:. >' Avg. Retail Sco,, ', 329 SLACK SETS STRETCH FAMOUS MAKER *
rr--: : ::::::>': Sale Price Printed Fabulous selection
4.95 ivy styled
!.. shirt with matching in linen prints, bonded
| Sale prices good thru June 28th belt: solid color pants Stretch comfort, ass't Arnel, bonded Acetats
Sizes 3 to 7tU96 colors: sizes 10-13 YOU SAVE 1.12 and Nylon: fashionable
colors: sizes 10-18
4205 N* W. 6th St. Phone 378-1619

3:f GAINESVILLE, FLA. 154 3/100 2,96



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It's the best! It's having a checking account 35O HEADQUARTERS WESTING OUS

here so that you can pay bills by mail LADIES

rather than by driving or walking all 1 CARAT SOLITAIRETOTAL

around town plus having all the other 171 POINTS
WEIGHT i $229
banking services you'll ever need right here Reg.
Reg. $595.00 $1,595.00 $800' 17OOOBTU
in one and the same place!

Start checking here NOW! NOW Our Volume $10.00 PER MONTH-

FLORIDA BANK AT STARKEMember $ 2 2 5 Reg.GENTS 147$1,200.00NOW. POINTS RING And Low Overhead SLADE

: F.D.I.C. One Of 30 BanksOf $650 SAVES YOU MONEY
The Florida National Group 332 W. Madison St..__ Phone 964-7701&


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YOU MUST: :TRY And BeWeekly t

Good Service Saves You $ $ STARKE, FLORDA INC.

TERMITES: Destroy Wrod. Paper, Fabrics PHONE 964.6078 C
ROACHES Contaminate Food Damage Clothing NOEGEL'SAUTO .
( lip tht -ilhotifitcs and take to the merchant, ,
:MOTH Damage Clothing Carpets Upholstery first one to piostMit' a proper silhouette will \n-oci! .'
TICKS & FLEAS Carry Disease SALES AND FINANCE CO. present a niatchnur: silhouette :you will receive a':,
CHINCH mrs: : Destroy Lawns cfive a $2.00( () gift certificate. Register while vim
Prize of $150.00 in merchandise at the end of the
I LET t'S PROTECT YOUR FAMILY: HOME eligible in their own stores but may play the \IMP.: .


Good Products Make You $ $ AND LOSE $2,000 IN 20 ON Ot'ALITYIILP 1. Anyone aue 18 or: olds
in Kift certificates
TWO YEARS 2. Each person may re i 1.'.
Farm Fertilizer Lawn Fertilizer IHOKILi: : PAINTS ticipating stores
Farm Insecticides Lawn Insecticides 3. Register: any Jay non
Livestock Supples Lawn Mowen PLASTIC PIPE 4. Put name and nddrc.-

O.IDA r I%2" x 100 V x I 100'ROLL I" x 100' Weekly Winners P

Farm Seeds IT Plants When You Can Buy A Good ROLL ( ROLL Free Rift certificates trim"' '
Farm Feed 9 ONTROL Pet Supplies S2.22 $3.33: $5.75: : "contest.with Big No Grand purchase Prize of ne-

Farm Toos') Garden' Seeds merchant listed on these t
Livesto:* n gwYGK co. .. Garden Tools) Car For $1,000 At Noegels COMPLETE: NEW Lt' lmm: LINE istration blank. Enter 11
539 E.
Minerals Call St.
964-5745 Contest Start


When "COND1TIONRED" 111.WIOI' ON Nrenhmp.lap/q.k.lrn. .
tool'w"h run lo.nd."a.n.n ran a.
--Says : pAll6E8 rmndEeu..xlrwry" r/ueedbedrl'
yv Againair..d Rood.M.Wvarowtt...*.., Ddubl THE EXCITING 4. Opening Of Our New Build.
I ( "WET LOOK" IN .3, ; k e il ing/ First Federal Is Offering
SHIMMERINGSHEER Vii' FREE Grifts (While They Multi-Room Cooling
SPARKLE )< Last) For Thrifty June c..) ...... (
STOCKINGS v7 l1 ; A Savers!'
tf i raoc..asI

.rjRUirOFllIE I i

35WIOERthox OVER When the tpotnght't en' .leg 1Open or add to an account for $500-
erdlnarySAYE fashlonadd glamorous gleam too $ and get a chrome spoon rest.
evening costume with our ,
-"wet look"Sparkle Sheer r 2- Open or add to an account for $200or i
Elegantly contoured fit md
i In smoothness.By Fruit of the Loom 1' more and get a nylon serving ensem
loads of favriionabla colors Wsl
$2 ble. I
R.d and
Whl., Tub.l. rE SELLING AIR
.( inter a7.rI Incidentally You'll Earn A Dividend At The
End Of This Month On Passbook DepositsIn

"sun11.UI.' !., DUBIN' II" )H7O-11l43aiat.vw....rno...(:.... DURINO 1.111Nur.n 1 By The 20th.

f70-m7TJ.HI.,.._...............,., 3498 xiP14'1.111.'.._...'M".'..."..| 3998
Come On In Now!
170-14((7,39.14)) e7AdOq.ID 7014117aa.1' ) Reserve .
.Ir M1p /r.M1n. i nnbn. .. Cooling Power Dehunmlifies While
.: .IM ANy*IXI :::;! *4 : *a* --
ri d g i SAY 1NG5 AND LOAM{ Cooling Automatic( Thermostat(


:312V.: CALL ST. Phone !)i-iiSII ((004))'h'iOOtl 393 WEST MADISON, SHEET
234 N.
STOKE "OO'D.3209'Starke Temple Ave Phone.t.7.Wli!)/)
>Mi s s s s s sVsVMIBHBHilililBBBiaBBBHMils s Hs s s1i s s ii s i

Pine # DELUXE"78"rsTROSMII Builders
irocery a \ #eII.e'4, lumt you cast have



[Open 7 Days A Week 7 To 11| "NO Belted SQUIRM"2x2 Fiber A/CUU. .

glass on Polyester THURS..
115(1-13( 2.62( U.Z9
21.62 ZO.U and repay$34.2! monthly for 24 months E t ti1 1
4 E-.S-It 22.43 ZI.OO PLASTIC AIR MATTRESSES -n.-rw_..I._----..-.-_-._--._-.--M--rwrn_--. M...Y-M... __. _, ... .1.---=_--_---

0 G-7B-11 F-.S-II 23.75 2Z.Z3 ALL CAMPING: EQUIPMENT: .. .. .., ... u ..
I I. 2U3 ztTI Molt of n* J money wm to pay up our bllli l' :('
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\Il 11.18.11 27.69 and kMp our edit aood-or to mw Olamdy..g..ry .
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running' .d. -Rn. *a n*d d trip or vocation A a j
Plus DepositCIGARETTES ; : ;:'rf F.711-15 23.91 ZUZG78.IS GLOVES /Q .. _...h''.,.'...W*II.b.happy >o tatt*car.of YO"rh..ur ._.-_- --
w mon' n buiinvnl' .
21.f3 ZUI y Yadll Ilk* th nice
JI-7'1,15' SHOES 20 ptopl'.who or.h..to MTV*you.Our.Mrvlco I.foil, ,r:;
27.697B15 ...... ,,
Mun out and r. Drop In of pKano to....n..f. : [};:
J- 28.68 BATS off rh.money you n.... \, J
90D-15 28.68 FREE Mounting ,._
-S; ...--..-......-.- -- =.=:;:::.
r I 16 oz.Drinks Greatly Increased 10% Discount On All Lawn Mowers See Our j:f
Reg. & Filter Mileage OverConventional Complete Line. .. .: ...
6 Pack Tires /j Price On Discontinued" Paints Lots Of Pop :;\tt ._T.7- .
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Leon '
$25 to
) OO '=' -
.; $3.85 ular Colors To Choose From 20'} Off On All -,,- .. ...-.- ,..--,--
.. Paints In Store Cash Only.
100's--$395 TIRES Inc.
S Luan Pre-Finished!' Paneling Low Price Of $4.50
! or 45c Pack Per 4xR Sheet.

)J All Prices Plus, Tax Plus Dep. & Tax 117 E. IIHOWNLEE (HIWAY 16 EAST) 501 Nylon] Carpet With Rubber Cushion Wall TOWN FINANCE COMPANY
Installation Any-
PHONE 964.5800 To Wall Only $8.00 Compare
h re 226 N. TEMPLE AVE. STARKE FLAwwr.w .
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PLYMOUTH COLORFUL THE MOST( caliA RCA FROM s e ';'/ Colonel Sanders' ...rb ... i
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i FURY L Jllir .' ,..
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:I AS---- BIG COLOR TV VALUE .. /;/:: liar" \\ \' I -- -
L As
yz 1817
rl '.1.1I Diamond Heart

: $ Ill ,' i.! 1 1I PENDANT New Pattern Garland
Includes Hostess Set
I I II Color TV ;I (,) Reg. $250.00 Reg. $120.00Now$9995 on Kimtwdcy( fried Chicken e

$39995 rl I I NOW\ $1 9 5 SNACK PACK


-..-.---"---'- -' TEA SERVICE ROLL A
Sfarke -- $8995 't

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ChryslerPlymouth Ill 23"diag.Model,295 GL-610 iq.In.picture Class Rings by BalfourWOODBURN'S POTATOESAND

Don Williams Eston Jordan TERMS TO SUIT 36 Months to payWinkler GRAVYU.

D. S. 301 NORTH Telephone 944-6600 ELECTRIC S. 301 NORTH


234 N. TEMPLE AVE. PHONE 964.7596 100!) n. (TATJ' ST.; CHARLIE: IJRASWELL:: OWXKH: (

I 'S WHO, tON't'ES"



SN1Lk :
Winner /

t.'bl! Rules WestoverKeeps .

:iik thi'v', match none; \\rh I 1.\,i .It t :-hi,*. page The -- And OFFICE SUPPLIES --
I -.">00 Kilt ycrtifnate, If .. >"i ,II M I (the -"" c''I1It gift 11'i"tififiite and il ,\<>M I ;.Hi,(, thirdlu, <>\ will rein You :u ,- L .
i- the store,; anti you hill he 'liilde( for a Grand Cool I CARL HURST
onttst.,; Employees of p.u ii ti j( in.itmr: -din-( arc not In .
"i other -tlJ't'! Summer ': : t PHONE 964-6111 ADDING MACHINE
Jerseys -
e \\'\.,e..U..IFI.s..7.IIIrf/
\ "liM'tfi! : for the Oi ilid p'i, ;: Erytr '
n\' time .it cadof tlicj\ \ &
<111I'' to rlo'liu! Lomeu'trlttiuu / -r r (; 't-tZ Wrecker ] & :Standards Manuals\ or Electrics
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1'1.71 ,
teituifci\ IIWIThlIlt dull 't PO '" if '
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-. HIGHWAYS 301 & 100
Friday A.M. :, R'Y

FOR GENUINE "Stick 'Em Up Eddie,
Chevrolet Oldsmobile {) BOOTERY I Need A New Saddle." Come To

GM ta"' .? ;1 } Where TheACTION
5l Shoes and Accessories ': .J

PrRrrSf'r.r. Lasso This Deal"
101 E. CALL STREET r. '

OR SCF Your New '
Area Dealer I
:1t'.1\T: TO ORsI.u.E For Lightweight, -- )S
-Action + I tL -- i' sk

Het:. $3.93NOW:

15 % i'.; .. .
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Fire On I 2
Fire hetinr ui..hers WOLVERINEBOOTS r ..

use in Homo. Car, I8a.it & SHOES ON ALL SADDLES 1 .

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'f promise' WOLVERINE' boot 1mActlver "
r : ni dellwn. .loath: a IN STOCK TO tt Y ., .Irl
lot w and ry rya >aiwondflrfu i3J l .vk
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"Sooner or Later Your Favorite Dealer" 225 E. Andrews St. Phone 961-6062 412 E. CALL ST. PHONE !lf) l- 030.

1m ri. -tl
SMILE' RRL : S "K:. < ,' ._. ., .
,8)PlB) Ot Corner Brown'lee and Walnut
OF THE WEEK .. k.8a
.... C-itJ&na; ;r--4':, Q/Me.te/ you get ;.

L' recommendour g 2 Gallons for 1 Low Price ;;...

: SPECIAL Sanitone '_ "'::1P11''r SPECIAL THIS WEEK '==="f
N1111I nusine !ln1an'S e clay
drycleaning? :

L E LUNCHDAY Catalina knows you can't buybetterdrycleaningthanSani- $* ;ta t ,r like no other WASHING and MILDEW REMOVAL

tone Because it keepsyour- :fi'I i CAPTURE IT ALLI 2 BR. WOOD OR MASONRY

clothes looking just like the /-',vain tin'Jit>>Hi rallo/Ii"hl.' ... ...
fi day you bought them.So, r 'r Tint, t>iif./"//it ill"'f. v
keep your wardrobe from t 'Y L Thin otii"tla If in flU lull.Yott ,
should/ il l all.
You'll be glad yoi' 're our :MEET YOUR FRIENDS getting out of shape before m utptiiH
customer : and it's out of style. ;.' For the photographic/ (
-- our quc ity 1 -l
service can't be/>eat! Rely on our Sanitone record of iweddinir
TUCK'S drycleamng. ,i" fiedpiofeasion.il the services are at essential., u photographer 'juali->\

Cull in today, won't ..
BEEF NEW 6 t You? --'iII.-
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PORK ,y. rw _. L. _
Our Specialty CHICKENTnn'c Sanltone THE BEST COMES: FROM on phone each week will receive FREEone

DRiye-iH 9 Phone fi t 1-5701 I CMflrdMaaroVr! rkunert gallon paint value $5.98

1 vJV IV J BULLINGTON STUDIO if they can tell me the special I IBI I
t s SOUT 1I = for the week! I

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I Beginning To Look BetterIn \\\: Once They Brought Prosperity r 1 :_',

January of 1963 The Telegraphran L. O. Hazen: who is serving as temporary jlll But Trains No Longer Stop At HamptonBy J :

an editorial accompanied by several chairman of the cemetery work. ;:;:

pictures showing the delapidated condi- Mrs. D.H. Hill "r.' ,0

tion of Crosby Lake Cemetery. It was One night when you wake up After lunch, the men stop In .
}pointed out that long neglect had resulted Of course, much work remains to be after midnight with trains the drug store for a cigar before plus a telegraph operator man store, complete with groceriesand 'whistle of the trains in the

in some portions of the cemeteryespecially done before: Crosby Lake Cemetery be- switching and backing shift making their way back to ning the switch.A feeds-"the nicest store in night has changed to a diesel ,..

the so-called "old comes the beauty spot that it could gears in your mind, and put the train. Then the crew eats long, narrow warehouse- the county"-a bank with a tele- horn -the coal they burn has

part"becoming become with proper care and attention, yourself back In time to about at a more leisurely pace- shed, south of the depot along phone exchange on the .second changed to diesel, and the long

an eyesore that could not help but we feel that who views it 1915. Hampton's a bustling, they've just finished their shift the tracks is stocked with railroad floor; large, two-story homes dirty-yellow depot of earlier
but mae!; a bad impression on visitors' anyone busy place the Southern -and a new crew is taking the ties, and truck-farming along the oak-shaded streets- years is being cut down and

from other communities, as well as being now, and remembers how it was two Railroad agent In Jacksonville train on to Miami. These men, produce, waiting Its turn to this !Is the picture of thriving painted white. The passengers

bad for the moral cf home folks. years ago, will)] agree that great strides has just put through a call to here for the night at the hotel, either be shipped out by train, Hampton a decade later. One alight from trains somewhereelse

have been made toward this goal. A. A. (Arch) Durden, owner of or at McDonald's rooming or picked up by truck and distributed of the barber shops is perched and even freight is shipped

the Hampton Hotel, telling him house, farther east on main to nearby points. on stilts-that's Mr. Pringle's more often by truck, and from

We suggested a drive for funds to how many passengers will be street, will pick up the train The ]livery stable is near the on the north side of Navarre other junction-points. The mail

finance an all-out cemetery cleaning Tt is hoped that once the really heavy getting off here for lunch.A again on Its way back North, tracks, and horses, buggys and Avenue, Just west of the rail still comes in each morning on ,I

and the gratifying. Contributions work is completed, local churches, other short while later, Mr. Dur and another crew will have a surreys are available for the road. There's a dry-cleaning a bag tossed off a slow-moving
response organizations, and individuals will be- den leaves his store and rushes layover in Hampton until the "traveling! salesmen" to rent and "pressing club" next to the train, which picks' up the out- '.
were brought in locally, as interested enough that old- across the street to the hotel as next trip for a side trip to Hawthorne, two-story red brick bank build- going mall from its role; and ;
come an
well as being received through the mail "Sunbeam" Heights, Melrose, or railroad speeds In few years
he hears the coming Orange ing, and just west of the up again. a
from persons living in other locations, fashioned "cemetery working" can be along the tracks just In time to Georgia, Southern & Florida Waldo-returning to the Hampton on the south side, is a the mail too, switches to truck-

but who still have an interest in the held to put the finishing touches on hold open the screen door for Railway and Florida Central Si Hotel for the night, and large garage and restaurant.The delivery; the neat, white depotis

cemetery, though they may have lived this much-needed project. a hundred hungry passengers to Peninsular (Seaboard) Railroads !back on the train next day for age of automobiles is here, : torn down and trains e()

from here for rush in and sample his wife both have tracks through the trips to other points in their and things are changing. through Hampton -' they don't '.
away many years.
Gussie Durden's 'home cooking" Hampton, and the long, smoky territory. Turn your mind's time-clock stop. :

Several hundred people, armed with before the train leaves again for depot is always open, with an Two barber .shops, two drugstores again, and you're up to the It wasn't a dream, but it's !

With the late Mrs. Isabel Simpson shovels, rakes, and hoes could work Miami. agent on duty 24 hours a day a large department 1940's and 50s. That lonesome gone.

wonders at the cemetery in just a day's .
until death -
serving as treasurer her '"
time. there is interest
Surely enough
more than a thousand dollars was con- _
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tributed and most of it expended to and enthusiasm' on the part of those t'FARM'ER/S'- I -- DIARYSweet ) "f _.;. It's a woman's i
loved buried at
launch a massive clean-up effort which who have ones Crosby .. '.'
Lake to insure the success of\ such an .:
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involved the use of a bulldozer to clear 't1JJff
effort when it is undertaken. !
the perimeter of the cemetery, as wellas "Rain and warm la good for .( :

much "hand labor" to cut weeds and peas and corn," as the old saying potato planting time :Is '
.r 1If
underbrush, remove some decayed In our opinion, the time is ripe for ; goes, and that's what we : coming around and we Imag-
trees haul out trash p.nd other having these days. Butwe're ine that a lot of persons with.
many such an effort NOW while the cem- ape By Martha Sue McCain
will be scouting
heat than home gardens;
jobs made necessary by years of neg- etery is already in fairly good shape, that as getting the hot sun is really around for "draws" to plant. County Extension

lect. and most of the heavy work has been making the old thermometer! We always found it amazing Home Economics Agent

done. pop. Anyway, the corn Is growing how fast a "draw" took :hold ---- --
as fast as a young basket- and in short time covered the RECIPES TO USE Serve with toasted cheese
Due to the death of Mrs. Simpson be- ball player. I bed making a tangle of vines. JUNE PLENTIFULS sandwiches. .

fore a Crosby Lake Cemetery Association 'A not her hoped-for developmentwould ) Not to mention, th- big clusterof :Milk and dairy products are SWISS STEAK

could( be formed, it was decidedto be for one of the various women's Saw a couple of :hogs on the 4 \sweet 'taters !that each plant the featured items on the U. S. For 6 .servings, about 220 cal

halt temporarily the solicitation of organizations devoted to beautificationand road last week while returning By Sam McGarvey produced before the frost came Department of Agriculture's list cries per serving! : IVt pounds

funds until the amount already raised from Gainesville and noticed it court on to nip the: vines. of foods which will be plentiful boneless beef round steak*;.3-4
with the windows .
improvement of the community open .
the tomato inch thick: ; 1.4 cup Hour I H tea-
had been used, and some determinationof particularly because since with difficulty that In June, but tomatoes and -
to adopt the cemetery as a project proceeded Tobacco have started salt, 1 water, 3-4 tea-
outbreak of hog cholera theiehas growers products are also on the lists, poon cup
future plans for the couldbe reached peak when, with attorney -
cemetery a
aft'- the cleaning) is completedand and "barnlng" the Worcestershire sauceJ'l-3:'
r : Program been little movement -ot)f addressing !harvesting so here are two recipes that spoon

made, do some ornamental planting around swine. A meeting on the problem the Sigsbee Jury In Scruggs loud.voice.,' he first leaves and it won't be long use them both. cup sharp Cheddar cheese,

the pond that separates the new was held recently In' Tallahassee was drowned out by !the city's before the tobacco market will The first tomato bisque, Is shredded; tablespoons chopped
Doyle Early indications' are thata "Milk in onion; 2 cups tomatoes c by Commissioner open. from the USDA's
:section: from! the old, and in other areas fire alarm siren
But more than a year has passed that lend themselves to beautification.With Conner, and County Agent George good crop is expected. Family Meals," Home and Gar ed or canned; % cup chopped
since the original work was done, and Huggins :has full informationfor will be remedied den: Bulletin 127, while the sec celery; /4 cup shredded carrots.
weeds, underbrush, and trash do not hog producers .on present All of when the court A pair of brown thrashers ond Swiss Steak with cheese, Trim excess fat from meat.
of course, new !have taken possession of our Home Heat trimmings in a large fry
wait for plans to be completed. They regulations. Is from the Department's
its rolling terrain and natural house Is completed and put
yard and do battle with any and Garden Bulletin 118, Beef pan to get enough drippings to
right accumulating and
po on multiply early
late this summer or
beauty of moss-draned oaks, Crosby Poultryman Ray Starnes of use other birds that happen to come and Veal in Family Meals." Just cover bottom of pan. DIs-
ing and 1t has become be aircondltloned,
now fall. It will
necessaryto Lake Cemetery could very well be an Keystone Heights reports that within their range. Usually The June plentiful list also card trimmings. Cut meat into
resume work, with very little money outstanding beauty spot of the area. recently organized poultry association the courtroom will be smaller mockingbirds "rule the roost" includes rice, turkeys, and canned 6 equal servings. !Mix flour and
acoustics, so
around $200 remaining in the But it will take more money and more held another meetingthis and have better will be audible to here, but they must be busy and frozen sweet corn. salt. Pound flour into( meat;

treasury. It i is also planned to start effort. month attended by 37 memo testimony elsewhere as we haven't, sera Tomato Bisque set aside remaining: flour.

hauling in dirt within the next few bers. The association will meet everyone. them challenge the thrashers. For 6 servings of 1 cup each Brown meat in drippings.

days to fill)] in some badly sunken again In July and the speaker The lakes in the Keystone sec and about 150 calories per ser Place meat in H4 quart cas-

graves in the old part of the cemetery, Help start the ball rolling again with will be Tax: Assessor Gene tion are down :somewhat, but It may be that the "mockers"have ving: 2 cups canned tomatoes :serole. Preheat oven to 325 degrees.
I been assigned to keep the V teaspoon baking soda, l,i Blend; Temaining.nour(
and this will)] again require the use of a contribution today. Long. :not nearly as low as they have Add
m m crows away. At this time of tablespoons sugar, 1 teaspoonsalt with drippings in fry pan. <
heavy been at times in the past. Andas
equipment. During the circuit court trials usual Lake Is year, it :Is a common sight to 1V4 tablespoons butter or water slowly, stirring constantly. -
In the old courthouse last week see a big slow-flying crow that margarine, H4 tablepoons flour, Heat mixture, stirring! con-
down, while nearby Lake Geneva
the truck noises drowned out is being run off by mockingbirds 3V4 cups whole milk, one-eighth stantly, until slightly thickened.
Therefore, it is necessary, once more : Is near its usual level, and that and dart and Add Worcestershire cause, onion -
YKS-- I would like to help th! testimony when the windows that is which has swoop teaspoon pepper, 1 tablespoon
to ask for contributions, as the amounton were open, and when they wfe a attack and in general try to finely chopped parsley tomatoes celery and, car
Crosby Lake Cemetery Fund. been explained.
hand will)] not take care of present closed it got unbearably hot. So never Sand knock the tar out of egg-steal Mash tomatoes with a fork to rots.Pour

needs. Enclosed Is my contribution.Name dong crows. break up large pieces then mixture over meat.

-- - _..-_ __ _. .__ on __._ simmer 15 to 20 minutes. Bake, covered, about 2 hours.
Stir in baking soda, sugar, Uncover and bake 1 hour lon

Negotiations are: under way with the and salt; blend well Melt fat ger or until meat is tender.

present owner of the cemetery to effecta Remember. 25 Years AgoWith In a 2-quart :saucepan. Blendin Sprinkle cheese over meat. Return -
to for about 3 minutes -
transfer! of the property to a Cemetery flour. Stir in Hi cups milk. oven
Just until cheese melts.
heat stir- or
Association which will)] Mail to P.O. Drawer A Starke Cook lOVemoderate ,
!\ then attempt As a variation, use 6'' thin
until mixture
their programs. ring constantly'
all the complaints about the Rising School opening
to provide perpetual care or The fIrt meeting was directedby thickens. Stir In tomato mlxure, slices of Mozzarella Instead of
the high cost of ]living, Starke had not yet been decided upon.
home Owners were promisedone attorney Hollis V. KnIght remaining milk, pepper, and shredded Cheddar cheese.

at least better care than the propertyhas reduction In expenses-lira MaJ. S. T. Dell was the speaker who discussed the Military Mrs. parsley. Serve with brussels sprouts,
had! in the'past. This involves some Insurance.'v at Rotary. As Intelligence :In an Army Town. Heat over low heat Just until pineapple and banana salad,

legal work, however, and such matters ntw The Insurance Rating! Bureauof Officer at Camp Blanding. he simmering.... and a pudding de&sert..

require! time and money Florida had announced that told of the method of naturalizing With Our Men In Service (1941) '---- <<< 1 ri -
after a Inspection of fire hazards foreign born service men William E. Struth son of !Mrs.

in the city and the firefighting after their induction into the W. H. Struth: of Starke was pro-

Tn order to prevent the cemetery equipment, the city Army. MaJ. Dell U the grand- :moted to Lt. Commander whileon

from reverting to its once deplorable would become a second class son of Col. W. T. Weeks who active duty with the Navy"
and obtain more favorable Important partin "somewhere In the Pacific
group played such an
condition it i is to ahead
necessary go premium rates. the early history. Starke Dr. Sam Sternberg was promoted
with ('frtain01'1! : now, without waiting The promotion from Group and Bradford County. from Captain to Major,

until all arrangements for a cemetery Three was because of the newly and was stationed at Turner

association$ have been completed. purchased equipment and the Miss Roberta WhitfIeld of the Field Albany, Ga.

!hiring of full-time firemen, the State Farm was the Union

extension of water mains and County recipient: of the school
Therefore, we would like to ask that Increase In the water supply. scholarship for the year 1944. Hunting

all those who still have an intesest in This enlargement of the water' Phillis Hazen of Brooker won And Fishing

the cemetery; and would like to continue supply was by benefit of the the scholarship la Bradford RegulationsA Let's Ge float' 5'r

making annual contributions, pleasedo Federal Works Project. County. :.t
DON'T LET OUR CEMETERY Mayor Darby said that the -
Qo at once. The donations may be of the new 1969-70
spent by the tax local Masonic summary
money payers Members of the
left with The Telegraph or given to LOOK LIKE THIS AGAIN J for their :share in thee Im- Lodge who were initiated Intothe hunting ,and fishing :regulationsare

provements would all be returned Shrine Organization in Jacksonville now available at the officeof By Lynn Hamilton, of Southern Marlnf_.
to them within the year by were Nathan Prevatt all County Judges license

The Bradford County the reduction In fire insurance C. H. Nasworthy, Jerry Christ- agents Water,Fish or the Commission.Game and Fresh IIOIIMF/N: LIKE TO I'nlike. the ruggy)!! tandrt'ilhts", ill I lie

j"f rates. odoulou, K. 0. Duncan, Tom E1''D: I IJHI'K sdiiiol liiiuli hinkil. those I Kim ll

TELEGRAPHESTABLISHED ; l -'-- Harding, Ralph Alvarez Paul '1 III lilll 1.IUMK..llfl'; \\.IHI, oolci bare lIi'I'' klline all,1 l linn
The new regulations will become )!
New commander of Camp Raymond C. A. Futch, and Joe ltUIhllC, Illll not .1 limp III, Ii,,fl.,,rarer. :Mi.its.' ( linsti ,and idler
1879FLORIDA Blanding Col. Edward C. effective on July 1 and ni.iuii.ils, iiM-il to sn.iiki
Sistrunk. ill Illk'! 1 is ,1 lllllol.MU "nnPwino' | ; 'I"! piip.nc inn
t, fh.Bi'l. Rose, formerly commander of The group was accompaniedby sportsmen should! obtain: a copy 11I.111) hii.ilnun, ll sums lli.it lime alai hi )kept lush .mil lull in the
Camp Sutton N. C. He will be Shrine members Dr. M. B. at the same time they purchase: 1 IS '"lIIl'lhill:01.,1/ HllllslllllL endrater "nolirlln.iils.
their new 1969-70( hunting andfishing That make > lhllsl.Mill \ 1 i.ikiH' the sixth commander since Herlong, V. S. St. John, E. H. ] .llplC .
mill.mills anil thin
kept in light
licenses. |
MEMBER Illinois)!'
Camp Blanding The
was opened Smith and Nat Sternberg. Sin Ismail. IMII IIUIIIc'I', ("Ii i. pi.mil. ill I the iwilir uluic, liny will
I have loved you with an September 14, 1940. Eastern Auto Store and Sis- The new of CIH I'll pi lllMIHKII, |Put Pill in) Illlll l0llsuilhont 'sl.iflesh' :mil III.mi Ihcir II.IMII,,
1ESSI trunk's Feed tt Seed Store were summary regulations lint keep. them ill a wah".IIhlCIIIII..iIlCI'
everlasting love.-(Jer.31:3): ). Bradford IdingaIi/ "flunking/ / \\\llIl". /
County Board of is combination: booklet
Shrine! a a, Ilii iluli'l iilrauli, the
closed "unofficial" iiicmli )
In an in runic "Him 1 hni-i.igc l"> |
ASS 0, j I T.ONr Public Instruction decided that holiday. which Includes not only hunting their this,,t. \\ hen ili.il" li.ippin' ,, oil "tniiisiiiic "I| the iiMilii '
No individual nor any outside Hetlbronn, Vanderbilt, and New and fishing rules, but also contains that sale" setnis In, in.ike) Ihosi- (.oinnion"' siilsc II|la. Ilk!ltes; the
) thing can satisfy the River Elemetary schools would regulations: covering Flo- .ihll.llll, HIM limit" .lllllsn smilllls IIICIISlU III 1,111)' lllx>,llll.J, 1\ Slll.lll
We open their fall terms the first Mrs. A. J. Casey was elected rida's wildlife and fish management \IM hail bill It'* MIIllislM' |' |{ llllU' hll.,I. hc'c I iiie pl.isitfijtlis.sei.
of soul need.
a pl.ilii, loner and ,loikillnl, "' 1
In Wives ollin It mesh.lllllpllMir
Monday July, 1944. chairman: of the Army areas. : hOl'l'ell| |
have a soul desire that the :Mine and inoic Ixi.iltntrn. ate Illlll caw 1"1 C 10m., If
Time set for the opening of Council. Plans for July Fourth
E. L. \TrilI.\\S. Kilitm-l'ublisher; conscious mind may not com (imiHK sinill iniiliiH .ibii.nil linn I paper" tags .mil pi.ids' '.Hi 'usiil\, IK.-
Hampton and Graham Elemen- dan* wfcre being The regulations booklet
celebration and new
Published each IXI.IIH. sine, In ilisHisi III| ili<'til 'iiil till
Thursday and entered as Second prehend. Inner comesthrough uhiihci Ihc) 1 nc I cruising enllshlUK |
peace tary schools and for Lawtey made. Includes seasons, hours and bag mini lilnst' in ,
I IlISC KHllllH Ihc 'pinpii ;
CIa! Mailer at the J'wf t Office ut /{ SCIVC pill
Slarki Florida knowing that God
and Brooker Junior High. was limits for all resldert game 'animals pose liolli Inr dunk atilt IIHM! II it tl'ICpuIlht I Illlll-'' \\.lll'l\tlS
under Art of Mardi 3rd. 1879. satisfies our longing soul and the first Monday In August. A new organization called the and bards! ,and all fresh n.ilin.il that thiv wmilil, klip Ijctii- nun otMiirsi.Oluii .

Subscription/ in trade area* 1 year, $:i.00; Outside fills our life with His good. Bradford High School and "Military Mrs." was formed and water fish, as well as legal ages! inn!. lint tin) imilill)
'dl.ll. with fe..1.. .) llllll-H, | ,lls.llllc,' |i. |lloc| INitiICytucr| '| : || |, ..tIumbincd
trade area: 1 year, $3.50 Then we are filled with a feel- Bradford Elementary openedthe planned to meet at the USO methods for hunting and fishing ,
ing of completeness and joy. first Monday In September with a series of discussion on 101 lllsl,11111 tin niiisl, commonHii.uk hollli-i.nt! oprnnt sliimlilIK ,
) IIIHall\a| | i 'tnt; in nul\t itlitH. ; ulw.ijH1"

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WSCS Circ !iNo. 2 met at the
Jne of Mrs Richard Chesser
esday nuht for a spaghetti
.. per. Mrs. Don Denton gave
; devotional and presented s
, to i i "
s Mn
program after which theyId
a short business session.

|Grace United Methodist: Sun- IC IES _
y School !9 ::45 am., Worshipa.m.
and 8 p.m. Choir $2.000 IN CASH
practice Wednesday 7:30 p.m. %%
Allowed ItfjMYF. 1" O000 _
First Baptist : Sunday Sch- F -
f:30: p.m., Training Union 6: { 50 WINNERS
10p.m. Midweek services Wed- FIFTH PRIZE -
esday 7:30: p.m. 1 CAS H $ CASH r
Church of God: Sunday Sch- pOD STORES '" WINN
>ol I 10 a.m., Worship 11 a.m.tnd 1 N CAS H 100
7:30 p.m..YPE Wednesday
7:30: p.m.

Highland Baptist: Sunday Sch- Quantity Rights Reserved-Prices: Good All Week Thursday thru Wednesday,June 19. 2S
ool 9:45 Worship 11 ...
a.m. a.m. W'INN DIXI' '& 7TORt IMC.: CO: YIUClNT.. I...
and 7:30: -p.m.! Choir practice FISCHER'
730.: Prayer meeting Wednesday BIG ARROW WHITE, DESIGN PAPER Ot.COMIT

I 1 We 7:30 are p.m.pleased to note that Towels..4/$1.:: Cleanser 26 ALM' BEER. 79

I Mrs.[ B. L. Wilkison Sr. is able . or .
I to be home again and attend .
I Church after spending several No.303 Can THRIFTY MAID APPLE 24-0. IYKES

I I weeks at Nice home In to for the.see f the hospital.Mrs.summer.Joyce Futch Sauce. . 6/$1. Beef Stew. .. 49* Med.PINEBREEZI GRADE 'A' FRESH FLORIDA EGfGS ALL WHITE 2 79

Mr. and Mrs. Luther Thorpe No.303 Can THRIFTY MAID, CUT GREEN ATTRACTIVE T.V., DOZ.

of Charlotte Courthouse, Va. *
are spending some time with Beans. 10/$1. Tables 88 1-lb. Can MAXWELL IOUS: All O.lncl..Llmitl Coffee ol' chalc.w/S.OOo'mor.pu'ch..cI. cigar."..
her parents. Mr. and Mrs. . . .

Charles Mrs. Elisha Shuford.Prescott and son 200-Cr. Pkg.WHITE 4-Pk. ZEST AQUA COFFEE 59*

Russel of Fort Lauderdale were ex4il.::: *
visiting 'her sister Inlaw, Bath Soa P. 75 ., . . .
Haftfe( Darley, Miss Sinna
Mrs. l-lb. Can ASTOR All Grind....Limi11! Coff.of choice w/$5.00 or mor.purch..xcIuding cigar.tt..
No. 2
Prescott,:and other relatives Can THRIFTY MAID SLICED OR CRUSHED Family Size COLOATI

here Mr.son last and of Thursday Mrs.Jacksonville Leslie Phillipsand were Pineapple yl /$ 1. Toothpaste..69' COFFEE 49*

visiting Mrs. O. J. Phillips on No.303 Can MAID C.S. OR W.K. GOLD .. . . .
of last week. Earle 12-01. LUSTRE CREMIHair
Tuesday 01.WHITE BLUE or COLD WATER ARROW..Llml 1 oF cholc.w/$3.or more eurcha*.excluding cigarette.

day.remained for a visit until Sun- Corn. . ... 6/$ 1. Spray 39* *
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Futch and DETERGENT 49
No. 1/2 Can LYKES
son of Black Mountain Tenn. 4-os. DIAL" SPRAY
were visiting Mrs. Joyce Futch . .
and other relatives in the va- Sausage..5/l. Deodorant. 59* 25-ot.LIZ..LimIt1D.t.rg.ntofchoic.w/S.or moro purchef..xcludingcigar.n.L
cinity last week. ,
Karen Lee Is attend- <
ing the University of New Mex- 40-Cr. KOTEX DETERGENT 67

ico.Miss Elizabeth Terry spent 4l.20lb. 1. Tam 88* . .

the latter part of last week with pons. . DIXIE' CRYSTAL or THRIFTY MAID.. .limit 1 Sugar of choice; w/$5.or moro purchai.excluding cigarette i *
Mrs.[ C.E.Sfrlckland in Gaines BRIQUETTES 3-ci. HALO REGULAR OR DRY

ville. Charcoal. 89* SUGAR. 5 B' 39*
Shampoo 39 :
Ing Mrs.Miss Joyce Mary Futch Julia was Futch visit-and Qt. DEEP SOUTH SALADDressing . . . .

Mr. and Mrs. John Wyrick and 1-Pair ASSORTED COLORS Half Oal. BLEACH..LImit! 2 w/S.OO or more pu.cha...xcluding cigarette.
family in Tallahassee Fridayand *

Saturday. . 39 Nylons..39'
Mrs. :sell Nelll of Troutman, CLOROX 29'
N.C. was visiting her brotherand
slater in law, Mr. and . . .
Mrs.,4. W. She rill, and family
over.the weekend.
Visiting the T. V. Duck family -
during the week were Mrs.
Duck's brother in law and CHEK
sister Mr. and Mrs. R. H.
Jones of Cataula, Ga., and Mr. FRESH PRODUCEPEACHES.
and Mrs;'V. E. Major[ and dau-
ghter of, Miami. Little Miss 4 ... DRINKS :
Linda w olan of Jacksonville is GEORGIA, RED SWEET JUICY
spending the week, and Mrs.
Duck's mother, Mrs.Vera Bm- 4 L8S. $1.
okings,' is visiting the family. / . .
Mrs.[ Effie Miner of Lees- \ *
burg, Mrs. Mamie Oliver of c ROOT BEER ORANGE, GRAPE, WATERMELONS EA 99
Winter Park, and Mrs. Bettie CLUB SODA, GINGER ALE
Miner and son of Jacksonvillewere 28-OZ. Pint SWEET A PLUMP "MOUNTAIN GROWN"BLUEBERRIES
vislmg Mrs. George Rob- RE-SEAL Bottles *
erts and Mrs. Pearl Booker on 39
attended Church . .
Sunday and CAPS
servi es.
Rev. and Mrs. Don Denton
were dinner guests of Mr. and CANTALOUPES! 3/$1.
Mrs. H. E. Priest in Jacksonville -
on Sunday.
Charles Dinkins of Starke, *
Mr; and Mrs. Howard Cox of E..2H.ADs49
Waldo, and Mr. and Mrs. Paul WHOLE OR BUTT HALF
Augustine were Father's Day *
visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Paul TENDER SMOKED LB. 55 CORN..IO'EARs 59
Dinkins. Paul Jr. and family -
also visited Mr. and Mrs. C. SUNKIST JUICY

L. Carter. LEMONS 11/49*

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Combination M GRAPES. 39*
Licenses Ready FULL . . lB.
For SportsmenFlorida SHANK

.sportsmen will again HALF FROZEN FOODS
bp able to take advantage of
"one stop shopping" when they LB.
purchase their new 1369-70 hunting Half Gal. All FLAVORS SUPERBRAND
and fishing licenses by ob- '
combination Boers ICE CREAM 59'
talnirfg The series a A-K combination . . .
license allows MORTON All FLAVORSCREAM
hunting? and fishing
statewide hunting and flshin -
? for the entire 1969-70( season PIES. 3/89
and costs "no: more than the MEAT DEPT. SPECIALS
separate; licenses.Sportsmen:
are reminded by
the Game & Fresh Water Fish BOBWHITE SHRIMP . .. $1.99
Commission that all ..licensesexpire < Pint RICH'SCOFFEE
: June 30, and new licen SLICED BACON 69
ses ate required on July 1. RICH..4/$1.
New licenses wll gO on sale at . .P .
and their 'authorized llcsnse agents "
en Saturday, June: 14 and qrAQES..3I.GIO
will be honored from the date of ROAST 89 .
puicha,33 by Wildlife Officers[ of LB. 6-01.
the Commission.Th .
will avoid 100 Free Stamp w/coupon LIMEADE. 8/l.i
wise sportsman . .
the last minute; rush and do $ 49PKG.
his Ilcens3 shopping early. BEEF 5 LB.. 2

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II Beginning To Look BetterIn \\1 1 Once They Brought Prosperity f&K l sl ttlttl Zttt ?t:j1= .:.. ,:

January of 1968 The Telegraph L. O. Hazen who is serving as temporary I| But Trains No Longer Stop At l J I IOne ';

ran an editorial accompanied by several chairman of the cemetery work. .'. Hampton {
pictures showing delapidated condi- '
tion of Crosby Lake Cemetery. It was By Mrs. D.H. Hill :. ,?

pointed out that long neglect had resulted Of course, much work remains to be after night midnight when you with wake trains up After lunch, the men stop In .

in done before Crosby Lake the drug store for a cigar be- plus a telegraph operator manning !store, complete with groceriesand whistle
some portions of the cemetery Cemetery be- switching and backing shift fore of the trains in the
making their back to the switch.A .
especially the so-called "old part" comes the beauty spot that it could gears in your mind, and put the train. Then the way crew eats long narrow warehouse- feeds-"the nicest store in night has changed to a diesel ..

becoming an eyesore that could not help become with proper care and attention, yourself back in time to about at a more leisurely pace- shed, south of the depot along the phone county"-a exchange bank with.a tele- :horn -the coal they burn has

but make!; a had impression on visitors but we feel that anyone who views it 1915. Hampton's a bustling, they've just finished their shift the tracks Is stocked with railroad floor; large, two.story on the second homes changed dirty-yellow to diesel, and the long

from other communities, as well as being now, and remembers how it was two busy place the Southern -and a new crew is taking the ties, and truck-farming along the oak-shaded streets- years Is being depot cut of down earlier and

bad for the moraleof home folks. years ago, will agree that great strides Railroad agent In Jacksonville train on to Miami. These men, produce waiting Its turn to this is the picture of thriving painted white. The

have been made toward this goal. A.has A.just(Arch put) Durden through, owner a call ol to here for the night at the hotel, either be shipped out by train Hampton a decade later. One alight from trains somewhere passengers .
or at McDonald's rooming or picked up by truck and distributed of the barber
shops is perchedon else
the Hampton Hotel, telling him and even freight Is shipped
We suggested drive for house, farther east on main to nearby points. stilts-that's Mr.
a funds to how many passengers will be Pringle's, more often by truck, and from
finance an all-out cemetery cleaning Tt is hoped that once the really heavy getting off tiers for lunch. street, will pick up the train The livery stable is near the on the north side of Navarre other Junction-points. The mail
and the response was gratifying. Con- work is completed, local churches, other A short while later, Mr. Dur and again another on its way back North, tracks and horses buggys, and Avenue, just west of the rail still comes in each morning on ,,0
crew will have surreys are available for the
tributions organizations and individuals will den leaves his store road. There's a dry-cleaning a bag tossed off a, slow-moving
were brought in locally, as become and rushes layover in Hampton until the "traveling salesmen" to rent and
well as!'\ being received through the mail interested enough that an old- across the street to the hotel as next trIp.Georgia. for a side trip to Hawthorne twO story"pressing red brick club"bank next to the train, which picks up the out- .
he hears the "Sunbeam" < going mall from its pole, and :
from persons living in other locations, fashioned "cemetery working" can be coming o Orange Heights, Melrose, or ing, and just west of the rail- :speeds
again. In few ygarsthe
but who still have an interest in the held to put the finishing touches on hold along open the tracks the just In door time for to Southern & Florida Waldo-returning to the Hampton road on the south side, Is a mail up, too, switches a to truck-: I
Railway and Florida Central &
cemetery, though this much-needed project. Hotel for the night, and large and restaurant.The .
they may have lived a hundred hungry passengers to Peninsular (Seaboard) Railroads back garage delivery; the neat, white depot
on train next day for
away: from here for many years. rush in and sample his wife both have tracks through the trips to other points in their and age things of automobiles is here, is torn down and trains go
are changing. through
Oussle Durden's 'home cooking" Hampton, and the long, smoky territory. Hampton -: they don't ,:
Several hundred people armed with'shovels Turn your mind's time-clock stop.
before the train leaves
again for
depot Is
always with an Two .
With the late Mrs Isabel Simpson rakes, and hoes could work Miami. agent on duty 24 open hours a day stores, barber a large shops department two drug again, and you're up to the1940's It wasn't a dream: but It's !

serving as treasurer until her death, wonders at the cemetery in just a day'stime. ... and SOs That lonesome gone.

q more than a thousand dollars was contributed Surely there is enough interest -- -- ,

and and enthusiasm<;; on the of those .
most of it expended to part -- .
launch a massive clean-up effort which who have loved ones buried at Crosby FARMER'S -- DIARY' ) r ; It's a woma.'s r

involved the use of a bulldozer to clear Lake to insure the !success'\ of such an ,' -1

the perimeter of the cemetery: as wellas effort when it is undertaken. rr( ... .:'

much "hand labor" to cut weeds and "Rain and warm Is. good for tow (fjJJfff@Jb!!

underbrush, remove some decayed peas and corn," as the old saying Sweet potato planting time Is t

trees, haul out trash, and' other In our opinion the time is ripe for ;\ : goes, and that's what we : coming around and we Imag-
jobs made such an effort NOW while the cemetery are having these days. But ine that a lot of persons with
necessary by years of neglect is already in fairly good shape we're getting! more heat than home gardens will be scouting By Martha Sue McCain

and most of the heavy work has been, that as the hot sun Is really around for "draws" to plant. .' County Extension

done. making the old thermometerpop. We always found it amazing Home Economics Agent

Anyway, the corn Is growIng how fast a "draw" took hold
Due to the death of Mrs. Simpson be as fast as a young basketball and In short time covered the
RECIPES TO USE Serve with toasted cheese
fore a Crosby Lake Cemetery Association 'Another hoped-for player.. i bed making a tangle of vines. JUNE PLENTIFULS sandwiches.
could be formed, it was decided development Not to mention, th- big clusterof SWISS STEAK
[Milk and dairy products are
would be for one of the various women's Saw a couple of hogs on the 4
to halt sweet 'taters that each
: plant
temporarily the
solicitation of By Sam McGarvey: ; the featured items on the U. S. For 6 .servings, about 220 cal
funds until the organizations, devoted to beautificationand road last week while returning. produced before the frost came
amount already raised Department of Agriculture's list cries per serving: 1V4 pounds

had been used, and some determinationof / improvement of the community, from particularly Gainesville because and since noticed theoutbl'eak It with the windows open, court on to nip the. vines.. of foods which will be plentifulin boneless beef round steak :3.4

future plans for the could to adopt the cemetery as a protect therehas proceeded with difficulty that June, but tomatoes. and tomato inch thick; 1.4 cup flour! f! tea-
: of cholera
hog Tobacco started
be made, aft"r the cleaning} grogram is completedand been little movement of reached a peak when, with attorney growers have the products are also on the lists, poon salt, 1 cup water, 3-4 tea-
do some ornamental planting around Sigsbee Scruggs addressing harvesting and "barning" so here are two recipes that spoon Worcestershire :sauce,1';'1-3
.swine. A meeting on the problem
leaves and it won't be long
the pond that separates the Tallahassee the jury in loud voice,' he use them both. cup I sharp! cheddar cheese,
new was held recently In before
the will
tobacco market
But section' from the old and in was drowned out by the city's The first, tomato bisque! la shredded; :tablespoons chopped
more than a year has passed other areas by Commissioner Doyle open. Early indications are thata
fire alarm siren. from the USDA's "Milk In onion; 2 cups tomatoes, cooked
since the original work that lend! themselves to beautification. Conner, and County Agent George .
was done, and good crop Is expected. "
Family Meals, Home and Garden or canned; % cup chopped
HuggIns :has full information
weeds, underbrush and trash do not' All of this will be remedied, : Bulletin 127, while the second celery; Vt cup shredded carrots.
wait for plans to be completed. They for hog producers on present of course, when the new courthouse A pair of brown thrashers Swiss Steak with cheese, Trim excess fat from meat.

go right on accumulating and multiply With its rolling terrain, and natural regulations. Is completed and put In have taken possession of. our Is from the Department's Home Heat trimmings in a large fry

ing, and now it has becomes beauty of moss-draped' oaks, Crosby of use late this summer or early yard and do battle with any and Garden Bulletin 113, Beef pan to get enough drippings to
Ray Starnes
necessary Poultryman
to resume work, with very little Lake Cemetery could very well be an Keystone Heights reports that fall. It will be aircondltloned. other birds that happen to come and Veal in Family Meals." just cover bottom of pan. DIs-

around 200:;: remaining in money the outstanding beauty spot of the area. recently organized poultry association the courtroom will be smaller within their range. Usually, The June plentiful list also card trimmings. Cut meat into
But it will take more and and have better acoustics, :so mockingbirds "rule the roost"here includes rice, turkeys, and can 6 equal servings. !Mix flour and
treasury. It is' also money more held another meetingthis
planned to start but they must be busy
effort. testimony will be audible to :ned and frozen sweet corn.. :salt. Pound flour into meat;
hauling in dirt within the next few month attended by 37 memo everyone elsewhere as we haven't, seen Tomato Bisque set aside remaining: flour.

days to fill in some badly sunken bers.again The in July association and the will speaker meet them challenge. .the. thrashers. :For 6 servings: of 1 cup each Brown meat in drippings

graves in the old part of the cemetery Help start the ball The lakes In the Keystone sec and about 150 calories per serving Place meat in lye quart cas-
rolling again with"a will be Tax Assessor GeneLong. It
and this will again require the use of contribution i tion are down :somewhat, but may be that the "mockers"have : 2 cups canned tomatoes serole. Preheat oven to 325 degrees
heavy equipment. not nearly as low as they have been assigned to keep the H teaspoon baking soda, IVi Blend ''l'emainlinglflour

been at times in the past. And crows away. At this time of tablespoons sugar, 1 teaspoonsalt with drippings In fry pan. Add
the circuit court trialsIn
During usual Lake :year, it Is a common sight to butter water slowly
as Brooklyn Is Vfi tablespoons or stirring constantly. -
the old courthouse last week,
see a big slow-flying that
Therefore it is down, while nearby Lake Ge- crow margarine, 1V4 tablepoons flour, Heat mixture, stirring constantly
necessary once more the truck noises drowned out is '
to ask for contributions the YRSI would like to help the testimony when the windows neva Is near its usual level, and being run off by mocking 3V4 cups whole milk, one-eighth until slightly thickened.
amounton birds that
as and dart and
that is a mystery which has teaspoon pepper, 1 tablespoon, Add Worcestershire. cause, onion
hand will not Crosby Lake Cemetery were open and when they were attack
take care of present Fund. never been explained and in general try to finely chopped parsley. tomatoes, celery and, car
needs. closed it got unbearably hot. So knock the tar out of egg-steal
Enclosed Is my contribution.Name Mash tomatoes with a fork to
ing crows.
break up large pieces then mixture over meat.

,- --- -__ __.. __ __ n...___..-.-.. simmer. 15 to 20 minutes. Bake, covered, about 2 hours.

Negotiations are under way with the \Stir in 'baking soda sugar, Uncover and bake 1 hour longer -

present owner of the cemetery to effecta Remember. and salt; blend well. Melt fat or until meat is tender.

transfer! of the property to a Cemetery Address 25 Years Ago :In a 2-quart :saucepan. Blendin Sprinkle cheese over meat. Re-
flour. Stir in 1V4 milk. turn to for
Association! which will then attempt Mail to P.O. Drawer A Starke cups oven about 3 minutes
to Cook over moderate heat, stirring or Just until cheese melts.
provide perpetual care or With all the complaints about and the Rising School opening their programs. constantly until mixture As a variation, use 6' thin

the high cost of living, Starke had not yet been decided upon. The flrt meeting' was directedby thickens. Stir in tomato mlxuie: slices of Mozzarella instead of

at least better care than the property borne owners were promisedone attorney Hollls V. Knight, remaining milk:, pepper, and :shredded Cheddar cheese

has had! in the'past. This involves some reduction in eJOlenses-llr" MaJ. S. T. Dell was the speaker who discussed the :Military Mrs. parsley Serve with brussels sprouts

iejral::< work, however, and such matters *I Insurance.'v at Rotary. As Intelligence In an Army Town, Heat over low heat Just until pineapple and banana salad

require time and The Insurance Rating Bureauof Officer at Camp Blanding, he Inunering. and a pudding dessert
money.Tn Florida had announced that told of the method of naturalizing With Our Men In Service (1941) ...
after a inspection of fire hazards foreign born service men William E. Struth, .son of !Mrs -'-. -. .

order to In the city and the firefighting after their Induction into the W. H. Struth of Starke was promoted
) the .
cemetery: equipment, the city Army. MaJ. Dell U the grandson to Lt. Commander whileon
from reverting: to its once deplorable would become a second class of Col. W T, Weeks who active duty with the Navy

condition, it i is necessary to go ahead croup and obtain more favorable played such an Important partin "somewhere in the Pacific.

with certain work: now, without waiting premium rates. the early history o> Starke Dr. Sam Sternberg was pro

until all arrangements; for a cemetery The promotion from Group and Bradford County. moted from Captain to Major,

association; : have been completed.Therefore Three was because of the new and was stationed at Turner

purchased equipment and the Miss Roberta Whltfleld of the Field Albany, Ga. '
!hiring of full-time firemen, the State Farm was the Union fL138

extension of water mains and County recipient: of the school
we would like to ask that
all those:; who still have an interest in Increase In the water supply. scholarship for the year 1944 Hunting
This enlargement of the water'gupply Phlllls Hazen of Brooker won
the cemetery and would like to continue tt 4DON'T was by benefit of the the scholarship in Bradford And Fishing

making annual contributions, pleasedo Federal Works Project. County. RegulationsA

to at once. The donations may be LET OUR CEMETERY !Mayor Darby said that the

left with The Telegraph or given to LOOK LIKE THIS AGAIN .' money spent by the tax payers Members of the local Masonic summary of the new 1969-70 ,_

for their share In these im- Lodge who were Initiated Into hunting and fishing :regulations t

provements would all be returned the Shrine Organization In Jacksonville are now available at the officeof BY Lynn Hamilton
to them within the all of Southern Marines
The year by were Nathan Prevatt County Judges licence
Bradford County the reduction In fire insurance C. H. Nasworthy, Jerry Christ-! agents, or the Game and FreshWater

TELEGRAPH rates. odoulou K. G. Duncan, Tom Fish Commission. 110 \1MF.N LIKE TO I'nlike, the snKgv s.mdw ii. lies in Hiesdiool
----- EH1): IWIMv' lunch' .
Harding Ralph Alvarez, Paul I.CI. I hose horn a
ESTABLISHED 1879E. New commander of Camp Raymond, C. A. Futch, and Joe The nsw, regulations will become 1 lie old .,.lint;. "\Viiei, U'.ilei.\ ; l fouler' h.ite. lisp( lelluie and him,
Blanding was Col. Edward C. Sistrunk. effective on July 1 and erewketc, hill ,nut :it i dug| |I" ImnuwrItth, : iheescs ind; other
Rose, formerly commander of The accompaniedby sportsmen should! obtain a ill ink':" i is a insi.ini'. oiiip.iiiKin' loi, niiileii.ds. used, In piep.nc; sn.uks. tan'
group was copy ,
dhEllillt nHII1) ho.ilmen. It seems Ih.il tlieieis dso he kipl liesli iiul old in (he
Camp Sutton N. C. He will be at the same time
Shrine members Dr. M. B. they purchase: something ;,ilx>ui "",,hiIlC and (onler.ltie' ..
MEM6EaFLORIDA the sixth commander since Herlong V. S. St. John E. H. their new 1969-70 hunting and IVJItel.. lll.lt lll.ll.C1 people Ihu"I hand <.ids. dikes "ii I,, uMkk.honlit

Camp Blanding was opened Smith and Nat Sternberg. The lUhlng licenses. ; hiinKi.SmpiismjlU' \. he kept in light'' (('ml.iineiH. and. then

ESSASSOI I hare loved you with an September 14, 1940. Eastern Auto Store and Sis- eien mane e\'I'I..i.| i pi.lied in ilic, inoler, while liey will

everlasting.-(Jer.31:3)). trunk's Feed tt Seed Store were The new summary of regulations ciucil liiialinrn put| out in theii ho.iisuilhonl + '1.1flch) and lel.iin their Rotor; ,
T5ON Bradford County Board of closed in an "unofficial" :Shrine is a combination: : booklet Liking a long III(,linking w.uer.or ". Hni kiep I them in ii HMlerlighionl.iinei I i
Public Instruction decided that which includes not only hunting ionic oilier. he\ei.igc:.!! tn iiieiih| ( ,' so' thiv don'I tiliMiih the
Hellbronn holiday. their thhst. \\litn that all lII..j'IIIIC+ ol the '
No individual nor any outside Vanderbilt and New and fishing rules but happen' ; (ixilei.
also contains that make tllfnc.ilm.iul ( (million, also/
River Elemetary schools would H.IICI seems+ III stnsc' dirlHes Ihc
thing cnn satisfy the .
regulations covering Flo- e\en mole lhiislIt. si''runt Is IIICIlSlls1 .1(1 I ,
their fall taut' IllMLIld J> mall
longing of a soul need. We open terms the first Mrs. A. J. Casey was elected iida'3 wildlife and. fish management \c'' ) l h..isi. ( lint it'. Miipi ;isniff; how lxi.il.. Ihcic 1 ale pl.islir' 1 Vl.is.ses..

L. have a soul desire that the Monday In July, 1944. chairman of the Army Wives areas open it liiippini.Moic ; 1 piiteskniici' and,I loiki I IIMI I ae111nIcipu.r
MATTIIIitVh./ J-.tliti.r.l'ultlisher conscious mind may not com- Time set for the opening of Council. Plans for July Fourth : .awl, mine lio.illnen. :me : ', and easv. |ojluni. If

Published each Thursday and rntrrcd as Second prehend. Inner Hampton and Graham. Elemen- celebration and dan''* wire being The new regulations, booklet taming. ) mall inoleis. aloe". ..I then, p.ipei"r alp, and, ,| jil.iiei i lie
CJas Diaper al tlir 1'osl I Office al Slarkr Florida through peace comes tary schools and for Lawtey made. Includes seasons, hours and I..ml.IIl.hel', Ihc) ;nc, Oliisinj; <"nfishing. sine I" di.|>os<> nl I'' lI'l"c'I, nil.
under Art of krowlnathat God and Brooker Junior Highs was bag I liesc oolcn. HCI\C .Ilic pm olhei. ll .lust' in ,piopei, I "onl
March 3rd. limits for all
1879. satisfies our longing soul and the first Monday In August. resident game 'ani pose lath .lor E chink mill I.H..1.! ll isnnliii.il leicpl.K. lex Ill, Sri. linns ...lIt.I '
Subscription in trnrtr area: 1 year, $5.00) ; Outside fills our life with Ills good. Bradford A new organization called the mals and birds!. and all fresh that. thc\ "'"lIlell.c'p IK.MIiiK ,,- into riesoiti.Hun wait
High School
trade area: ] year, $3.50:> Then we are filled with a feeling Bradford Elementary and "Military Mrs." was formed and water fish, as well as legal i+ <-'i tool lint llic. ) tin niuic Ih.in: ( : 'I'Munllrii'1\ hat' |1N''in: lii.ilKitiilisjH ,
openedthe planned to meet at the USO methods for hunting and fishing that with food.lor 'nsjlilu. in Ilie I lioille ijieiii'i. \
of {
Page 10 completeness and joy. first Monday :in September with a series of discussions on insi.imc. the most iiniiiiionsn.i oiiilniied I.utic! -tan opener. slmuld.


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By Ena Blanohard

*>-** i i
/ G t/' l SP's. f
WSCS Clrcl/No.2 met at the
home of Mrs/Richard Chesser
Tuesday nl/ht for a spaghetti
supper. Mrs. Don Denton gave
the devotional and presentedthe UkLT
program after which they
held a short business session.

Grace United Methodist: Sun- Brattl f FEE 25> THIRD PRIZE _
day School 9! ::45 am., Worship
and 8 p.m. Choir $2.000 IN CASH
11 a.m. I
practice Wednesday 7:30: p.m. /
b oo
followed b/l YF. O FOURTH PRIZE -
First Baptist : Sunday School $100.00 IN CASH
II and 01,0
9:45: ; Worship a.m. SO WINNFRS
7:39: p.m., Training Union 6: ,
30 p.m. Midweek services Wed :: FIFTH PRIZE -
nesday 7:30 p.m. f. N CAS H $50.00 I IN CASH. I
Church of God: Sunday Sch- OODSTOR.S ,. I 100 WINNERS
ool 10 a.m., Worship 11 a.m. rte IH CASH
and 7:30 p.m..YPE Wednesday
7:30: p.m.HighlandBaptist.
: Sunday School Quantity Rights Reserved-Prices Good All Week Thursday thru Wednesday, June 19.23WINN
9:45: ''a.m., Worship 11 a.m. .DIXIK'eTORC, .. I"". .. COPVHIaHT' !...
and 7:30: 'p.p1., Choir practice 6-Pk.12-oi.No Return Bottles FISCHER'
7:30.: Prayer meeting Wednesday BIO ARROW WHITE, .or DESIGN PAPER Ot.

We 7:30:are p.m.pleased to note that Towels : /$ l. ianser. 26* ALE or BEER..i 79No. <

:Mrs.be B.home L. Wilkison again and Sr. Is attend ableto .. . .
No. 303 Can 24-01. LYKESBeef
after spending several

weeks Nice In to the,see hospital.Mrs. Joyce Futchat Sauce 6/l. Stew.. 49* 2 79*
home f fOr the summer. ;: Med. EGGS DOZ.
Mr. ltd Mrs. Luther ihorpe No. 303 Can THRIFTY MAID. u ... ATTRACTIVE. T.V.

of Charlotte Courthouse, Va.
are spending some time with Beans. 10/$1.1 Tables. 88 I.LIo.Can MAXWELL IIDUSI: All GrinaV..Lmit! Coffte of'choice w/S.OO or more purchase excl. cigarettes
her parents. Mr. and Mrs. . . .

Mrs. Elisha Prescott and son COFFEE 59
Russel of Fort Lauderdale were *
Kleenex..4/$1. 75' .
visiting 'her sister inlaw, Soap. :
:Mrs. Hattie Darley, Miss Sinna l-lb. Can ASTOR All Glnd..Llmlt 1 COff.*of choice $5. O or more purchase excluding cigarette
. Prescott,:and other relatives No. 3 Can THRIFTY MAID SLICED OR CRUSHED family Slse' COLGATE

here: .last and of Thursday.Mr. Mrs.Jacksonville Leslie. Phillips were Pineapple4/$1. Tooth aste..69* COFFEE 49*

and visiting son Mrs. O. J. Phillips on <> . . .

Tuesday of last week. Earle 12-01. LUSTRE CREME Ot. WHITE' ..Uh.COLD WATER ARROW..llmlt 1 of choice w/S.or mare purchase excluding. cigarette

day.Mr.remained for a visit until Sun- Corn . ... 6/$1. Hair i Spray 39* *
and Mrs. Ralph Futch and DETERGENT. 49
son of Black Mountain, Tenn. H'.lI2C"'Yk"V"NH' 4-o. DIAL' SPRAY ,
. .
vere visiting Mrs.\ Joyce Futch
and other relatives in the va- Sausage..5/L Deodorant. 59* 25-... HZ...Limit 1 Determent of choice w/S.or more purd.a..Rcludingclger.N..
cinity last week. ,
Miss Karen Lee is attend. "-'.. 'HH"'M.nMU''CIS 67<
ing the University of !New; Mex- 40-Ct. KOTSX DETERGENT

ico. M'rooms 4/$ 1. 88* . .
;Miss Elizabeth Terry spent Tampons
the latter part of last week with .. DIXIE. CRYSTAL.THRIFTY MAID.. ..limit 1 Sugar of choice, w/$5.or more purchase excluding. cigarette'
:Mrs. C.E.Strickland In Gaines 20-lb. BRIQUETTES 3-oi. HALO REGULAR OR DRY

,I ville. Charcoal. 89* Shampoo 39* SUGAR 5 LR. 39*

:Mrs. Joyce Futch was visit- . .. . BAGQtt.
ing Miss Mary Julia Futch and DEEP SOUTH SALADDressing l-Palr
:Mr. and Mrs. John Wyrick and ASSORTED COLORS Half Oal. BLEACH..Limit 2 w/$5.00 or more purchase excluding cigarette.
family in Tallahassee Fridayand 39 *
Saturday.Mrs. . Nylons..39 CLOROX 29*
: fcell N'eill of Troutman,
X.C. wall visiting her brotherand . . .
sister In law. Mr. and
:Mrs..4. W. Sherlll, and family Estiva
over the weekend.
Visiting the T. V. Duck family -
during the week were Mrs. CHEKDRINKS
Duck's brother In law and
sister, Mr. and Mrs. R. H.
Jones of Cataula, Ga., and Mr. FRESH PRODUCE
and Mrs !V. E. Major and dau-
ghter of, :Miami. Little Miss
Linda g olan of Jacksonville Is
spending the week, and Mrs.
Duck's mother Mrs.Vera Bro- PEACHES..4 '",. $1.

oklngs; is visiting the family. LARGE RED RIPE
:Mrs. Effle Miner of Lees- a
I burg Mrs. Mamie Oliver of G ROOT BEER, ORANGE, GRAPE, WATERMELONS fA 99'Pint

:Miner and son of Jacksonville 5
were visitng Mrs. George Rob- RE-SEAL Bottles 39*
erts and Mrs. Pearl Booker on . .
Sunday and attended Church CAPS Jumbo VINE RIPECANTALOUPES
servi es.
Rev. and Mrs. Don Denton 3/$1.
were dinner guests of Mr. and
Mrs. H.-E. Priest in Jacksonville LARGE FRESH HEADS

Charles on Sunday.Dinkins of Starke, LETTUCE. 2 HEADS49
Mr; and Mrs. Howard Cox of . .
Dinkins Jr. and David, of St.
Augustine were Father's Day TENDER SMOKED CORN..IO'fARs 59*
visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Paul LB.55
Dinkins. Paul Jr. and family SUNKIST JUICY
also visited :Mr. and Mrs. C.
L. Carter. LEMONS..1149'WHIT *


CombinationLicenses 11 GRAPES. 39*
Ready M FULL . . LB.

For SportsmenFlorida SHANK

.sportsmen will againbe HALF L T FROZEN FOODS

able! to take advantage of
"one stop sheppir.>>" when heypuchase LB.
Half Gal.
1969-70 hunting -
their new
and fishing licenses by obtainirff ICE CREAM 59*
a combination license. . . .
The series A-K combination MORTON ALL FLAVORSCREAM
huctihgT; and fishing license allow -
statewide hunting and flshinar !; PIES. 3/89*
for the entire 1969.70 season, .
and costs no more than the MEAT DEPT. SPECIALS 1-1/2 Ib. BAG THUNDERBOLT PEELED A VEINED
separate; ) lic nss.!!
Spcrtsmen are reminded by SHRIMP $1.99
Fish '.WHITE .. .
the Game & Fresh Water .
CommUsicn that all .llcer.ses! Pint* RICH'S
expre June 30, ar.d new licen SLICED BACON 69
ses are/!-required on July 1. PKG.B COFFEE RICH..4/$1.
New!! licenses vUl go on sale at . . .
and their! 'authorized license!! argents
en Saturday, June 14 ana POTATOES 3/l.
the date ofpuichas3 CALIFORNIA ROAST. 89 .
will 1 bs::!! honored from ... .
by Wildlife Officers of '.. 4- LlnT'U'MO.' OR

the Commission. .. LIMEADE 1
W-D .ND..H..w/ auponGROUND 8/l.
The wise sportsman: will! avoid . .
the last minute rush and do $ 49
his license shopping early.GLASS BEEF 5 PKG.IB. 2

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{&;: FOR EVERY PURPOSE ::. TWO "ICOII. CHUN M KINO TWO "'0'. tH ( a-L u u*.t CAH'* t CI tl TWO! I >7-01 A.II WMN CAM>**MfMH.tl' KATH M Mlw***.fc OH HM,*Meat Kt.IMtl O.3LB .
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:rll' 8'La. PICO. W.D BHANO :I I 5-PM. rno. w.u : P"UH. OUARVU" : 11 ao-ot IIINUZIT :11' '.3'/.0'.OYfI'I. CAN RAID :: TWO QUADTe OIXI' 1 r
{::{ J72-4.il-372-4351 $;. Ground Beef d yf Beef Steokettes LOIN 1.ICKO INTO Spray 'I J71 Whip Topping /
'I I Pork Chops Insect Spray 1
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A 1 Marine Turned l Preacher ,.. ,
"y'3i "tang'. '''T.'''o'1\Wt,,">a %0,_. ',,,,,,_,Lf9'S. '' fy'Yr; '%nr,. f .

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pie Involved !In a program which >1:..: )'C','R <{:: ':. .. (;..o'(< < v9i.;:>.;;y.S', .h J;:".rF >;.7 N, "d {.j. : <<;>-0. /'Mt;.. {,. :?J/ ;"

.:.. will help which them Christians"see the'Involvement must \v? \/::..,.
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;: ,;." "V: '/ :' ;' ':'.>, : V':(''. .' '"' ... .y. ,,'J'
have today" and which: will 'dV/' ;":'.; .. : ;. ', ., n;., .' ',.: ;<;: < '
,G% !help them understand "that "<. ". .r, 'tMtl' ..,:='iOtQ: "r.k:1WiJifij':' ; ',< W (AJIJ1 AJ d i9' ,< AlI'Jl y' 9. ;)2' :V'u"
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they as young people are not .... '., .t( .? .
exempt from this Involvement." .. ... ..tAiX "fJ } 't' :': .' r. .ifi' f.h.. "n/
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ea+ A recent graduate of Lumbeth "'V" ."""..''<':'','..;'<'.)*;};"" (,<.;,: '' ;" <". .{.. n
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College Jackson, Tenn., Smith .. ..... ( (.j' I
will enter Canller: School of =--= 'I
Theology Emory Univer!,ity, In --..; I I .,-' vs :

the fall For the past two years EVERGREEN BAPTIST ,.,
he has served as pastor pf two CHURCH. LAWTEY. CHURCH OF CHRIST BETHEL BAPTIST small churches in Tennessee.The CONGREGATIONAL IIOLIIN'E60CHURCH CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST Sunday. School 10 a.m. Morn Sufnday: Bible Study 10 ,a, m.; Sunday School 10 a.m.; MornIng Sunday School. 9:45: a. m.

Lee Ferryman Davis OF LATTER-DAY SAINTS Jn* Worship 11:15.: Sunday, Uor'nlns worship and Commun Worship, 11 a. m.; Evening!. Morning Worship 11 a. m.Youth
a; Scholarship Fund was .estab- Sunday School 10 a.m.... 416 East Call St. Night service, 0:30.: Highway.: ion Service, 11 a, m. Evening Worship, 7:30: J). m.: Prayer Fellowship. 6 p. m. Choir..practlc
lished a year ago and is administered Worship Service a. Sunday Priesthood 8:30: 125, northwest of tawtey.-Hey.B. ,wvoices. 6:00.: Meeting, 7:30: p. m.; Wednesday Wednesday 8 p. m.
: by the church trustees. Evening Service. 7 p.m. a.m. Sunday School. 10. Sacrament L. Bennett pastor. '' Wednesday!: Worship service 7 -,Rev. J. C. Heaters. pastor Rev Robert D. Buroh
Money from the fund Is to be Tuesday Night Cottage Prayer 11:15. j>. rti. Minister Jack P. sell 'v.K1NGSLEY .
used for educational scholar 1>{eeUns, MondayPrimary, 4:30: p.m. PINE LEVEL BAPTIST MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL
ships with prime,Consideration Thursday! Night Prayer Meat: Tuesday NOUTRSIDE BAPTIST LAKE BAPTIsi.-i.
MIA 7:30: p.m. Sunday School. a. m. Morning Sunday-9:45: a. m. Sunday
being given' to persons who: are tag In church. 7:3: p.m. Wednesday Relief Society. Worship 11 t, m. Pre Services CHURCH School, 11:00: a. m. MorningWorship. CHURCH \
Richard Smith, the first recIpient going Into the ministry or other. Youth Service. Friday night 7:30: p.m. (Booster Band Young; Schedule of service: Sunday 6:00: p. m. Training Sunday School 9:30: am. T.r.waIDIr -

of aide from the Lee church related vocations 7:30 p.m Pastor -Dean Hansen People, and Pro.y.er. Service), ft .School. 9:45: a, m. Morning Wor- Union. 7:00: p. m. Evening Wor Union 10:15: a.m. Morning
Ferryman Davis ScholarshipFund Ivy Luke. Branch President p. m. Evening Worship. 7 p. m shf p, 10:45: a. m. Training Union. \ ship. Worship. 11 a. m. Evening Worship .

will be working at the SMYRNA MISSIONARY Midweek' Sea-vice. Wednesday ., 6:45: p. m. Evening- Barrios Wednesday-7:3(1: ( Prayer Ser 7:30: ,p. m, Mid-week Prayer
First Methodist Church for 10 Students Leave BAPTIST CHURCH JORDAN MISSIONARY 7:30: p. m. E. R. Bowers, D. D, 7-(5.:;!( Mid-Week Prayer Service. vices, 1st and 3rd Wednesday Service, Wednesday 7:30: p.

weeks this: summer Clothes .At'Schoc.1. 633 W, Pratt St. Sunday ser BAPTIST MISSION pastor Wednesday, 7:45: p. m, night.-1:00: p. m. Family night m. Come let us worship together.

Smith, whose prime responsl: [ vices: Sunday!:; School, 10 a. m V. S. 301 North, behind Tutee :: -
bitty will be the youth ministry,
Students attending Bradford: Preaching, 11 1m.. Training Freez Drive In. Sunday
said he hopes to be able to Middle School l th's past term Unlc.ii, ;3:43: : p. m. Evening. Worship School: 10 a.m. Worship Service i !
make the program "a little have left behind an '''asto nish- 7 p. m. Everyone welcome 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Pray
more relevant He said! he ingly large amount of very good Elder: A O. Flynn, pastor er Service 7:30: p.m. Wednesday oCoC '
plans to use contemporary: clothing: : ," according to Mrs. -Leroy Olive pastor; E. L. o-:}, :mmil.:;:.; >
youth material such as "The" Los: Weimer, school secretary St. Marks Episcopal Crtftts, associate. pastor. .,{ '

Gospel The According minister to Peanuts.said he Mrs Weimar: says the q'.oth-,;: 8:30 Sunday Services jf for Be+ Tomorrow The Church is God's appointed agency in ::11111111 y
young : a.m. Holy Eucharist a
ing, many good winter chats, EVERGREEN: BAPTI91'HighxaY.J2'f. this world for
spreading the of .H1H1H
also hopes to get the young peo- 10 a.m. Church School ::::
sweaters and jackets will be 11 .. No.rt.vmt of ti His love for man and of His demand forman :iimm
tr;:= ) fl '''' on display at the school 'until a.m. Family Service Laxtey Sunday School c Working, li-iirninjr :Now, something
ii >li < August 1. After that they will Holy Eucharist! 1st and 3rd ipa. n. :ti: / sew to respond to that love by laving his '11Wm
b3 donated to needy persons.Slie 'Sundays: Morning Prayer 2nd Night Berries, 6:30.11:15. Sunday wimple i L.< Ix-injr) prepared] |': (l and) worm her ownflipsso neighbor. Without this grounding in the .m1HHd
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and I 4th love of God
asks that parents who Sundays. R. L. Bennett no government t or society t ort
paator.CHUKUl mmi''
1% ) *', and) in the future, clothing for her
i have children missing clot ring :- way of 1 "life I will long persevere and the i::::::

1 1'c tr: check with the school and p.ck GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH ? :-: own famil>'. Training is. important' in the liven freedoms which we hold so dear will inevitably 'H ml;
up clothing that belong to them Highway 100-A perish. Therefore even from a .imm.
of children.Spiritual .
422 N. St. Clair St., Starke. : our\ :
f selfish point of view, one should H1HmIi
support }
i Sunday School, 10 a. m. Worship
Sunday School, 10 am. Morn '
the Church for the sake of
+ FORESTRY SERVICE ing Worship. 11. Training Un Services, 11 1\, m. and 7:30: p. training j N must in the Ihes. of our the welfare of 'H1H1H ,r

AskCharley WEATIIER REPORT ion, 7 p.m. Evening Worship, 8. m Prayer: Meeting! Faiday. 7:30: Ii:: oiuH."Tidiii himself and his family. Beyond that, how. :iimm:::::::
Bradford County received an Wednesday Prayer Meeting 8p.m. p. m. -Rev. Chester J. Shouppe', young ever, every person should uphold andparticipate ::1HHm
Da+tor', in the Church because it tells ::::::::
; average of 1.13 inches of rain 'Rev. Virgil Lovett. / upu I tliiltl(I // / 'in /UK'/ irii a br.vlmelrl/ /" / flu: tnidirlii'H :::.:::i
during the week: ending at 8 pastor. :.:: the truth about mans life I death and :::''i::?:
E. a.m. Monday. New River B.nd, HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH : / /In1 in nlil/ /In' ii'ill; ,nut, d"m/ I it." destiny; the truth which alone will set him mwI' !! '
Santa Fe fire towers both reported (Highway 100 at Theressa) free to live as a child of God. mmii
1.10 inches while Louis MADISON STREET Sunday School-10 a. m. ;iiiiiii

John. Hill (Highland)' had 1.20. BAPTIST' CHURCH Morning: WOI'shIp-ll a. m. Co,.moo Ad. Sen .Hm1!
Average for the county to date Sunday School, 9:45: a.m. Training Ur.lon-6:30: p. m. .......
About This Question: In June is 2.84 inches. Fifty year (Morning Worship, 11. Youth Evening Woi ship 7:15: p. m.
average for the month of June Choir Practice, 4:30: ; Youth Fel Wednesday Night Prayer Services
Before leaving: on your Is 10:30: inches. lowship Supper 5:45: ; Training 7:30: D. m. Rev. Merle ,

vacation trip, have a complete Outlook for rainfall \starting! Union, 6:13: ; WMU Prayer Circle Packharn, pastor r Y.r
,7:15.: Evening Worship 7:30.:
Wednesday: one to two Inches
auto safety check Monday RA Meeting, 6:30.: FIRST ASSEMBLY OF
occurring in scattered showers! GOD
made cf your car Also throughout the weekend. : WednesdayPrayer Meeting, OF STARKE ,.....
check your auto insurance No forest fires were reported 7:30: ; Business Meeting, 8; Wett L Weldon St. and Raiford
with us to be certain :your during the week ending Man Church Choir Practice, 8:30.: Road 'I: 1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIilllt. i f

liability: limits are high day. Denton Sumrall, Pastor. Sunday School: 10:00: a. m. r

enough for the states you 11:00: :a. in. Morning 'Worship: Y
will travel in, and that SERVICES HELD FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH *::00 p. m. C. A. Services: 7:00: B: gr+
your 'medical payments'co'erage STARKE p. m. Evangelistic Services. ." ......... ... ; "'lll', ,
Mrs. Susan Ella Dobbs 68, of Sunday School 9:45: ; Morn Wednesday: 7:00: p.m. MidWeek <:::1"1.: '"

is realistic for to Raiford, died Thursday, June 5, ing Worship, 11; sermon, "What Prayer. M"ettng. m11111P!::' .. "Z" .',
dar""s costs She is survived by three sops Every Christian Ought to Pastor: T. E. G111eYHIILBRON :.:. iiiiiH.......;. .... :.'' \ .
Julian and Morris both of Ral Know" Training Union, 6:15.: : e
Charley E. ford*and Marvin Dobbs; of Evening Worship, 7:30: ; sermon, 1 Imm. r t
:-. BAPTISTCHL'RC1i,11IG11WAY .'. ........ ....... 1'
Mulberry: two sisters, Mrs "Be Still and Know That I Am
Arvle 16 N. :.:':. .iiiimiii./..........., ) l
JOHNS AGENCY Green Jacksonville, and God. "Y/'IJ
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1H1mHmii 411Nti'
Mrs Nita Jones, Lake City.; Monday -Youth Choir Practice Sunday School, 9:45: &. m :::: : ,, ;
,131 So. Walnut St. and five' ,v'grandch'ildrtn. 7 p'.m.' Executive Comrolt.teftJHeeMns. :MoinUiEr, Worship, 11, Training iiYi l ,

Phone 964-5070 '. Funel'al'.4Ii gstla ,weyq Wd,,at., ... New River! Association Union, 0:30 p. m. Evening' Service ; <
3::30' ,,'.m. Sunday in the Raiford' 8;; 7:30.: Midweek; Prayer Bar
I 1111IIIIIIIIIIIllillli!! !
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Baptist Church with burial in WednesdayPrayer Meeting, rice 7:30.: r

Sapp Cemetery. ..... 7:30.: Church Choir 8:15.: -Rev. L Tommy Howe, PjLStorUKAHA.VI .y I

I ThursdayJunior Skating ..............................." '"

Rudd Gas Water Heaters Party, 6:30.W.: A. Hogan, pastor. biuulay School BAPTIST, 10 a:CHURCH m. Morning :11# IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII""; + J

: ; Worship, 11 .a. m. and pm. '' ............................;.!.; .
3'f FIRST UNITED METHODIST .- Rev. Fred'Johns, pastor ""mmm;;;" ;; ,, ,
f ,heats water 3 times faster! STARKE

SundayChurch School, 9:45: NEW 1UVE11 BAPTIST "I
I >
Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morning
a.m.: Morning Worship, 11;
Rivers Of
Hot Water At
Worship, 11 a, 3n. Training
'Ij MYF Snack Supper, 6 pjn.;
Unlcu, 7 p. m. Evening Worship.
.. MYF Meetings, 6:30: ; Evening n '..
r ; LOW, LOW COSTPay 8 p: ni. Wednesday night aer-
Worship, 7:30.: fit
: !
t < :
li vice 7:30: p. m Everyone ;
WednesdayPrayer Meet-
i 4W.. comeL. L, Parker, pastor ;
Ing and Bible Study, 7:30: p.m.
For It From Your "
te- : Thursday Chancel Choir ;
.. i Utility SavingsPURCHASED Rehearsal 7:45: p.m Sunday Service: Sunday FAULKNER
DeWitt T, Jr
Farabee ,
School, 9:45: a. m Morning Wor ::
FOR Pastor ship. 10:45: Q, m. Evening Ser GULF SERVICE SERVICE

vice, 6:30: p. m. Midweek Ser
$2.00 Per Monthon Fire's Cosily Toll vice, Wednesday 7:15: p. m. : AND Carl Hurst Phone 964-6111 Bill Edwards Ph. .

Charles Reese minister Tire TruingHeadlight

Economical Slade Gas Every day fire strikes more BAYLESS HIGHWAYBAPT3STCHUR.CS HAUL RENTALS Adjusting .

than 6,430 times in the United .
CALL NOW : Truck Trailer Brake Service
one breaking out
10>> ...m, Pro.acfclng .' Wheel Balance and
3S2 every 49 seconds in an American Sunday School. Complete Lubrication .
wMAms .
SLADE GAS home, says the American Service' e PHONE 964-7701 Appraisal Company,Worse yet 6 p.m. Evening Service.

fire claims a life every 43 min 'J.,.. Midweek Prayer Meeting.. 1011 N. Temple Avenue ::::=,-;:. PROMPT ROAD SERVICE ('
utes. Wednesday, 7:30.: Everyone wel.come. +
Rev. George >E.: Gro- r PHONE 964-5899 All Minor Repair

weD, pastor. 24-HR. WRECKER SERVICE 617 N. Temple Ave. SUrkeLAWSON

HAMPTON:'\ CHRISTIAN: f Hiway 301 and 100 '

Sunday School 10 a. m. MornIng L!
Worship at 11: EveningWorship } Featuring Ace Hardware *10 S. Temple Stark MEAT MARKET

7:30.: Rev. Carl
%:: Complete Paint Supplies

Clarke, pastoi. :..:f and Sporting Goode AND COLD STORAGE

/ FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHRAMP' :1} "Check With Us First" DAD & BRAD SALES We Specialise in Custom >Slaughter
!ONSlmday y 3 Inc Cutting and WrappingPrepared -
School 10 a. m. Morning {# 219 Washington 964-5270 MODULAR HOMES for Deep Frees
Worship at 11. Training : .
Union, 6:30.: Wednesday night xtrs WHOLESALE

i F 1 Prayer Meeting, 7:30: followed j: 24-Ft. Wide
by choir practice Starke Nursing .: L O R I OA Phone 964-7059

Home service. 2:45: p. m. Also 12-Ft. Wide
"-Rev, Melvln Hamel, pastor ''r EST PALMETTO STREETBRADFORD


Sunday School a. m, MornIng :.;: Campers and TraYeltrallemKeystone COUNTY
Worship, 11 a. m. Training
ay. Union 6:30: p. m. Evening Service ::11' ft CNUHCA1 CO. Heights TELEGRAPH

7:30.: Prayer Meeting, Wednesday
ba 4At 7:30: p. m.-Rev R. R. ;;:f OFFICE SUPPLIES *
Butler, pualjr.DEDAN "j' 539 E. Call St. Starke, Fla. and Lake Geneva-Ph. 473-4320

f t ; Phone 964-5745 for FREE TYPEWRITERS

f Inspections
Sunday School, 10 a, m. MornIng -

For truck tires that last. "you've got our number! Worship, 11 a. m. Training 8 CO. EDWARDS
Union. 6:30: p. m. Evening Ser WILLIAMSJEWELRY

vice 7:30.-Rev: Lacy Conw&y. and Market
,. ., Better Service For Year Grocery ;;

964-5132 Groceries] Meats Fee*
Airpark Baptist Ck reh Title Problems

r. Sunday School 9:45: a.m.; Mornteg Official Class Rings GAS AND OIL t
11 Worship, 11:00: a.m.: Even.m Keepsake Diamonds Abstracts '
' f New Alias Truck Tires offer maximum mileage and !safety i- Worship. 7:00: p.m.; Wed BULOVA WATCHES Jack and Gladys EJwtreB

F You get outstanding{ traction and lower costs per mile. STANDARD Prayer Meetin and Bible Study. Title Insurance S
Let us prove "V\e take better care. of YOU) equipment," 7:00: PJH. Study: on Book of 142 W. Call St. Starke U. S. 301 South Stark;

Chevron Gaso"nes RPM Outboard OIL FMlm. Nathan I.. Modlln. 158 W. Call Ph. 4881 PHONE ,"-UII !
i Motor Oil" Chevron Diesel, Fuel pa tor. Phone 964-7064
Chevron Everyone Welcome.
Custom Motor Oil RPM Motor Oils Atlas Batteries Atlas
Tires Atlas Accessories Chevron "'"'"I Fuels' Chevron Durahth
creasa RPM Gear Lubricant RPM Delo Multi-Service Motor Oil, CLAY ELECTRIC C OOPERATTVE, Inc. 1
"The persons most difficultto
K. (,'. DUNCAN YOUK STARKE STANDARD MAN convince they're at retire Owned By Those We Serve In Twelve. Northeast Florida CoutlM "Helpis Oar Mesabers. Live Better g

ment age are children at bed-
EUctrkaHy" to e B.laht.-PIt.. 473-411
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Starke Guard and ElizA Brawn defendant In Bradford County. Kinndainder, defendant to satisfy. the store .JuAR f fF.
the. amount nf $141.00 together and by virtue of Writ of Execution. aid Execution. In The Circuit c..rt Of FlorMn fall to rto so a U."lt"Kiln' you ThaEetste. Of The Above-Named NOTIf'F or1 TAX
with costs. of collection.Havo to-wlt:: P. D. necMlsh KlKhth: JII.II..t,1 Circuit, In A-nJ ment will be taken ..d tn Decedent: << (Unit Wins'Superior' splxpd and' have In myposHRSRlon Execution Issued.. out of SmallClaims P. D Reddish. Sheriff For IlrnUfnrd County.ClA.IXUrRr3 for the reliefmana thereafter' .cold You are notified that a written .The Board of County Onntnls-
the following doncrlb- Court of Bradford County Bradord County Florida. Complaint. and Instrument purporting to be loners of Bradford County
ed persnnnl. property to-wlt: Florida pursuant. to a Final &.29 4t 6-11 'viHOY VTfKKRY.: Plnln.lff. cause. will, proceed EC and pRrte.the seal the last Will of the decedent has Florida will meet In the Courthouse
1980 !' Judgement for Richard D. Cun- WILBUR VJCK- Witness my hand of been admitted to pro-bate In In the Clerk's Office on
No. 48-'V1887s1D Nnt0A82W14 nlnirhfim. d-b-.a of Keystone. EHY, Defendant. of said. Court' on this 6th day this Court. Monday July T, 1969. at 10:00
1924 Title No. 6917051 HelBhts.. Florida, and IIlfaln..tClarence June, A. D. 1989. at stacks You are commanded within A. M. and organize as a Doard ofEAUatler.
As. the property of the above Gilbert and Evelyn TKOTfCIiJ OF 1NTIVNTION TO OTICfl OF RI'IT F1nrIAa.SWALI' alx calendar months. front the ...
Co. D, 53rd Support Batta111 named defendant and that on 011 bert, defendant. In the nKGIHTl-.H F1C11T10UN S.""IF. A:Jifl'YDFD ROY WILDUIt YICKERY ( date of the first publication of 'The Board of Equallaatlon
of Starke,'was among the thlFlorida Monday, thn 23rtl Any of June, amount of 1182.11 together with Notice la herby Riven that the Pont TO: Otflre. Bo" 723Collefe Charles' A. Darby this Notice to appear. In thla will Immediately adjourn .and
1989 at twelve o'clock Noon on costs. of collection underslirned.. under the provisions Park, lIIaryland 2DT40 An. Clerk ot the Clreult Court Court and show cau. If pos reconvene In the Jury Room for
National Guard units said dav on the premises. of the Have seined: and have. In my of Chapter 20.151 Laws of Are Herehv Notified thAt In and for Bradford County. rtble, why the action of till, the purpose of hearing complaints
receiving a superior rating during Bradford County Jail, I will offer possession. the following descrlb- Florida, Acts of 1941. will reo You action for a d'vo'fo.' ''""..loIY Court In admitting the Will to and receiving- testimony
tor ante. nnll1. to the highest ed per..onal. property to-wit: Klsterwlth. InsandrtorfDraAf' ''r: an the parties', child. Phlntlt'sattorney By trBa\i1ah\ M. Moody probate should not atand unre- as to the value of any propertyreal
summer field training at bidder for rash In hand, the Pontlnn Station Wagon "ult Court. of fees and and costs of A. Deputy Clerk voked. or personal or mixed<< an
Camp Blandlng. which ended above described property of .said] TDl No, W751H17857 County Florida, upon receipt not thl" 8ult to bo paid by you, has 8.13 4t 7.3 8d-Theron A. Yawn fixed by the Tax Assessor. tor
defendant. to satisfy. the afore 1969 Florida Tag NO46W.22711. >roof of publication of thl* filed airalnst you and you r-r County Judge< the year 1989!> arfalnst the owneror
Saturday.The above
said Execution. A.. the property of the tice the fictitious name cvf EArl's required to serve. a copy oC: (9F.AL1 agent of such property.D. .
local company had previously : P. D. RedrtlKh. named 'detendant and that on under which I am saga R- are any. THOMAS A PIERCEBy Li. ShufordChairman '
P. D. Redmsh. Sheriff Monday, the 23rd day' ot June In buslnoBB at Starlce toult oni113nrtnrnoTnDmralas, At- In County Jod lie', Court InAnd George H, Pierce of noard) of County
won the top rating five Bradford County, Florida 1969. at onltheopnnlewof. the ed A. C Mlddleton. Ut. 2..Box 222. for Plnlntlff whose aAOalnenvlllatFlnrllJn fur IlradlorU County, FlorIdln OEORUE H. P1ERCB Commissioners. Bradford County,
or six times during the past 13 5-29 4t 6-13 .said day offer Starke, Florida. sol ovr > r.Dated tornev' ) IerlpnAitllo P. O Drawer 1030 Florida
Bradford County Jail. I will .- this. 10th day of Juno 828 re Estate of JOSEPIdIN19W11LIA518 fitarke. Florida, 32091 (SI-AL)
years. NOTICE OF SllnniFF'S N.1LP1' for ante, and sell to the high' A, D. 1969' at Starke, Bradford nrlKlnal with the Clerk deceased Attorney fop Executrix Charles A, Darby
Saturday ended the 1969 summer Notice Is hereby ffivon rmntct! est bidder for cash In handVff County Florida. tho the nbovo svlcd Court on or NOTICE OF PROBATB First. Publication on June 19. Charles. A. DarbY.
training schedule for Florida P. D. Reddish, ns above described property of.saUl 1. 8-12 4t T.3 before of July, 14, 1909.!! : and If your THE STATE All Persona OF FLOIUIM.To Interested' In 1969. e-19 4t 7-10( Clerk and Auditor 6-1J It

Guardsmen. who returnedto ,.--------eala.aaarrm.e Ise
.ar..rr..r.arrr tart r. r- ---w rata-------------------- --
their home bases Saturday 1 i .
after two weeks at Blending --------------------r--------------,

The' camp will be compel 1 II 1 ::
ti\ely; Idle until July 12, when I I I FLORIDA I I :::

starts FNG, Officer two weeks Candidate of Intensive School I L I I I GRADE 'A' i i I .;.

classroom and field training designed I I I i I
to develop officers[ 1 for 0
National: Guard leadership. The i

Starke unit will have threE! 1
men George Garcia, Ira D. i II FRESH !

EurJfts'e'd attending, and OCS.Robert W, Shupp a RIB, ROUND or BONELESS SHOULDER i i 1

The 147 men and officers ol
the local unit were paid approximately 1 FAI Rlj
$24.000 for the two-week I I !j

encampment. Present strengthof 1 1
the unit is 170 men and offi I I @
cers. but those! who will attend FRYERS I

OCS. and another 16 who will j j SUPERMARKETS

leave did soon not for go active to Blending duty training lj 1 1I

training Local this Guardsmen summer found a bit more the I I I WHOLE BAGGED I I II

rugged than in the past. For
the first time the unit was put I I
I $
through the Army training test FOOD FAIR I .

while engaged !In a field tactical I QUALITY 11 I 1
bivouac situation. The main I
mission of the ordnance unit I U S DEPT OF AGRICULTURE ; Merchants I
at a, camp is to keep vehicles: I I FREE TOO! 1i
and other equipment In good I GRADED 1 I I G"aN---
repair, and this is usually performed I
"behind the lines." This i .1.

:year however the local Guardsmen U.S. CHOICE I II I
moved out with the other 1 I I PRICES GOOD THURSDAY
units and performed their ordnance LB I THRU WEDNESDAY JUNE 25th 1

mission!! while !In a 24-hour! 1 1 I I QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED I

continuous combat situation I 1Mry
wh'ch': !included be'ng sprayed)

with tear gas while repairing!


The Staike Rotary Club will AMERICAN
hold its annual installation of
officers and Lades! Night at 7 1
p,m. Thw'!sday! June 26, at the
Starke Golf & Country Club.
Newly elected president J. D,. woo r.e eLS

Doyle and other new officers CMOICI ; J LBPKGS 4/l
will be !installed at this time. r


The:MEMBERSHIP annual: membership DRIVE dilve E ALL DAY WEDNESDAY

of :Masonic: War Veterans of
Florida !is now under way. For
further details! wiltsPeter:

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County Judne'x Court In ,
And Fur UniUIord Count: Flu '- ,


.NOTICE" TO cntDITOR'I.Ai : !'
creditors of Joseph INHams HALF
who died on October 31, 399
1 x99! while a resident of Bradford 2 89 GALLON
County Florida, are notified PKGASST
that they are required I tills }
any claims or demands that
they may have against her La-:
tate In the ottlce of the County
Judge of Bradford County. Hoi-
Ma In the Courthouse at Staike,
Florida, within six calendar
months. from the elate of thtlret
publication of thi. ?Mtlte.
Each claim or demand must be EDUCATOR FAMILY SIZE I
In writing and filed In duplicate.and DDnde DRINK
of re-
must. Ktate the place FLAVORSCANNED
Idence and post office addrecof JELLOGELATIN
and must be CRAXCOOKIES
the claimant
sworn to by the claimant, his CORN -.MIXES
agent or his. attorney, or It will
become void according to law Iir, CHICKEN OR SPANISH DESSERTS
Dated the 12th day ft June, WYLERS.3 x INVELOPfS
A'S D'01t6little,:' Brown *

IOLA of the L'statet of Josephine Execu.trlx 12oz 57 I 3/25


:Ily S GeorBe George H H PlereseP.

O. Box: 1030
Starke Florida 32091Au"rney

First tmbllcallon for Executrix on June 19. I I ) I II

1969' 6-19 4t 7-10 I '. g:" VF'eJh 8 I j\. : JUICY 1 1i
} I I 1 1'e I IJ.

Notica 'Is horeby Blv<>n that I.
P. >D. R ddlsh, as Sheriff ofBradford I

and,by to-wlt virtue County: of,Writ Florida of ,Execution under J. .COFFEE APPLE i orGRAPEFRUIT !

Execution H u d out of !Small _
Bradford County '
Claim Court of c
Florida pursuant to a Final I
Judgment Company for, of Southern Starke.. Flor Discount I lJJJ I
ida, and rnlnit Walter BrownSTARKE 1 ; I P I E 5 SAVE 11 8"f/1

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Broomo and Mrs. C. R. Hicks, .,
/Iot 'lour uhf
iiicfnijiB7 intermediates; Mrs. Edward RJE HighGraduates Extension CoursesTo Trade at t H 0 me own
Saxon, Mrs. Richard I Keys, Mrs. :lnd ;;; iajet :

Lawton Youngblood, Mrs. Lar- Be Offered .

Mrs. D. E. nfl ry Youngblood Mrs. George w A Here by SFJCThe ----- -- --- ---,
Kennan, juniors; Mrs. John *
." rflssrrsrrflSrflBAPTIST Green, Mrs. Jack Green, Mrs. following extension courses I 2'xt I }
Hamel Mrs. :! nt.erpris s t.
V13SAttendance Melvin primaries; are scheduled to( be offered .
Foster Hayes, M1'>I. Tracy Final Class
Monday was 118 by Santa: Fe Junior College In
Jones, Mrs. Arnold Haddock, J PRESENTS ITS I
Starke during Term I.
for Vacation Bible School at beginners Mrs. Wildon Stin-
Hampton Baptist Church, as the son, Mrs.; Lamar Brown, Mrs. ED 110( Orientation to Education .

five day school began the Don Hill)), nursery. ns saESTHER Before 7 to 10:15: p.m. Mon- Regular Thursday Night Dance I
week's activites. Rev. Melvin Hamel, pastor, days, stalling July 14 and ending :
Parents' night Is scheduledfor September 22. .
Friday evening, June 20, is principal of the school, Mrs. 'Phase Out'Lawtey. EH 100 The English Lan STARRINGMOUSE '
Jake assisted I.I I..
Miley secretary -
at 7:30: p.m., at the church. t guage, 7 to( 10:15: p.m. Tues-
Workers include Mrs. James by Mrs. Wayne Ilinson: ; in days, starting July 8. :
of refreshments
charge are
will be held at
Mrs. Juanita Pearsall)), Mrs\ Registration I I
Cen- I
David Younker, Mrs. James: BARBER CYNTHIA WILLAIMS the Vocational-Technical

Davis. Pianist is Debbie Hicks. RJE Salutatorian RJE Valedictorian ter on Thursday June 26, from 7 And The Boys .; t
to 8 p.m.
301DRIVEI Classes for Bible study, .:
Classes are scheduled to meetin \ .
handicrafts, musct refresh ,
ments, and stories are from ed Twenty-nine graduates receive Loretha Hampton. Louis Kelly, Room A-19!) at Bradford High I NATIONAL GUARD ARMORY I ",: I :
diplomas at
8:30: through )11:30): a.m. each commencement Patricia King, Eugene Mack School.
N day this week.SU1.I'olEH exercises in the RJE High l Jo Ann Pittman, Mary Ann
School gym Tuesday night, Pittman, Donna Slaymon, An. : Thursday June 19 8:30: .
\ : CLASSES June 10.The na Smith, Patricia Smith, Ben- ??? TNAIICREM i ,
occasion was doubly jamin Strong, Brenda Taylor -reeeeea e e S a e e
SHOW BEGINSAT Morning swimming classes significant as the Class of 1969 Priscilla Thomas, Erma Watkins .
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SUNDOWN and afternoon language arts will be the last to graduate from Curtis Whitley Asbury

ADMISSION: : classes, through the Bradford RJE before the 49-year-old high Woods, and Harry Edward
Adults 75c; Students 60c County Schools, started Thurs- school is phased out next fall, Seated under their motto, Young.
Children 'Under 12 Free day, June 19. with its students transferred to "
Swim classes at Kingsley "Let us be seen by our deeds, Esther Barber, Valedictorian,
in a gym decorated In the class used the topic, "The More Glorious
Lake last five weeks, and the
Reminding the class of its responsibilities -
the for her address
bus will pick up swimmers at colors of green and white, The Triumph" -
JUNE 19, 20 21 Hampton Elementary School at in a changing following graduates received diplomas while Cynthia Williams, j//2/ '
world: Rev. R. V. Webster, ,,
Double Feature Prog'rumTROY 9 a.m. each morning, return- awarded by Superintendent Salutatorian spoke on "Recre-
ing about 11:30: a.m. The five- Dean of Theology. Edward Waters of Public Instruction,Thomas ative Living."
ANDREA week schedule allows for the College Jacksonville urged L. Casey: Special awards were presented I+

'DONAHUE -])ROM July 3 and 4 holidays, lasting the graduates to continue their Ester Barber, Cynthia Williams by Principal C. C. Anderson. y

1 until July 25.Afternoon education after high school In Tyrone Matthews, Den Rev. D. L. Bright deliveredthe
I''c i4eI .. ', classes at Hampton order to prepare themselves nie M. Srott. Betty Tyson, Patrick invocation, and special musical hib
Elementary will be under for life! in a complex civilization. Williams, Robert Austin, numbers were presentedby

@ )w the supervison of Dee Canova, The speaker was introduced Benjamin Clark, Shirley: Cohens the High School Chorus. Mrs.

ITH { :Mabel[ Fletcher and Sherra bv Jesse :Moore: principal of Iradene Cooper, Norma DeSue, W. M. Randolph played the pro-

flair, all of whom will be teach- Anderson Junior High School, Emma Felton, Alvin Green, cessional and Recessional. i
....COLOR nOL." TNEMIARCfE14 "" at Hampton School next
ing ,
... ,.
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;u..;: :.' : tCYISHRIIXRI!! :; r year. From :Monday through -
crafts field trips and math.
each week until July after students were out for the
Friday 21 Club GolfersTo
Post planning sessions for
PLUS summer vacation.
18, except for the July 3 and
the regular staff at Hampton
4 loltday, afternoon classes Play Here
Elementary School ended on
will be from 1 3:30 ,
: p.m.
In language arts, recreation, Tuesday this week, as teach- Hampton Baptist Church hon- At 2 P.M. SundayThe
3 ers added an extra five days ored eight 1969 high school

graduates at a reception following North Central Florida:
the evening service at Junior 21 Club Tournament stop

''"'i.M'. -"" ;:::.=--_ .. FLORIDA THEATRE the church Sunday evening,June will be at the Starke Golf and
15. Included were Raymond Country Club according to Pro
WALT DISNEY'STECHNICOLOR Rhoden, Debbie Hill, Debbi Herb Hens who is participating -
hwtimeWeekcla'R 7:00: Sunday 3:00 Saturday 1:00: Hicks, Randy ]Hayes( Sharon In the play-offs.

Brown, Jerry Brown and San- The boys will tee off at 2 p.m.

TIIURP.. FRI., SAT. JUNE 19, 20, 21nOPBLE dra Alvarez. and play for ore hour. lIerresurg's
Miniature graduate dolls dec-
all members to supportand
orated the refreshment table.
respect the boys by both
.. .._ ,
1 Cake and punch were served.
: "PANAVISrON watching' and by playing either
.t w<..."s.*>.aW ProductioSUN. .. era ANDY S AN _'II AEX.MARINE before or after the tourney play

TURNED' \ 113 I'i'1t, PERSONALS between 2 and 3pm. with

:; .. MON.: TUE., WED. PREACHER. IN t\ Starke will bs:'! well represented

JUNE 22, 23. 21 I, 25 THE WACKIEST Y-"tcJI e11l1' Pac", J Mr. and Mrs. John Allen and Hsrres said In the tourney
Double Feature Program ENTERTAINMENT J.,9 mj family of Santa: Barbara, Calif. with Mike Poggr; Blil! Adams
EVER! AUHIVIASAlPICIUA( ,1ICNNICRLDR. arrived by plane Sunday for a Randy Jones Richard Roberts,
STEVE "" ., "" ......::, .,.". ...;- _..IOII..U, i'ii
PLUS '\11'. and Mru. ). n Johnson, and other area yaingsters.:
r IclJEEiV other relatives. Her brother Seven area golf clubs are par-
in law and sister, Mr. and tic''!!'ating in the 21 Club tourney -
AS'BLJLLITT' e Mrs. Arnold/ Haddock and family They are Gainesville Country -
met the Aliens at the Jack-: Club. Staike Keystone
Le 1 sonvf'e airport. Here to see He'ghts.'! Green Cove; Springs, YOUR INVITATION TO SPRING FEVER; i( I

them Sunday evening were Mr. Palatka. Wiil'stcn. and Iron- SLEEPY LAZY, DEVIL-MAY-CARE DAYS
and :Mrs Frank: Williams and
1 i 1 I II wood of Gainesville.The ARE
I family, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. 21 Club draws its name ENJOY WHENEVER \

II Mann, and daughter, Mr. and from the fact that all participants YOU'RE DONE JUMPING UP TO
'4X' Mrs. James Broome and sons,
ewY in the play are under 21
SUN., :MON.. ''flES.n D. JUNE 22, 23, 2.1, 23: all of Gainesville.Maj. ANSWER THAT ONE RINGING
(:r Leonard :Mellon,who has years age. .., _. PHONE. CALL YOUR BUSINESS
Tpxas.!'! has been visiting with thplr aunt, Mrs. T. F. Brown. J acc
[DL] "yo' +! l i I.C:
BEST ACTOR L. Melton, and with his wife's Mr. and Mrs.II. F.Jones have THEN LET YOUR FEVER SOAR I
PLUS family in Orange Park Maj. sold their home here and are
I OF THE YEAR .- Melton's next assignment will moving back to their former T

Relax! It's only a movie! .f be In New York. home In Virginia. FLORIDA STATE TELEPHONE CO.

A ,1.Afp,,,, ..............
1'acrt John Parker is back home -- "
? after several months visiting STARKE. FLA.

XHiffyJAM ROBRTSONJ with his son and daughters and SUDDENLY
their families in Michigan. Mr

.. .JAMB. JAMB. : and Mrs. Jack Parker and fam-
,.,' COBURN' MASON FOXUVAMIMAM ily of Flint:, Mich brought him YOO1HEDISADEED

home last week, and continued
f.lv'.A: *, south for a Florida vacation
'. r'_.. trip
Mrs. Claris Winters and family -
of Memphis Tenn. have
been visiting here with her

brother in law and sister,
Business Mr. and Mrs.: Kenneth Brown, 17T

I GAINESVILLE DirectoryAir and Mr family and Mrs. Olen Beden-

baugh of Deland were visitors
here Sunday with Mrs. M. L.
ConditioningHeatingAir Farm and Industrial MOBILE HOMES A'atterson. -
Equipment ,.1
Conditioning MUSTANG S >
Mr. :and :Mrs Frank Hard- _
Heating By Santa Fe Tractor, A J,
Mobile Homes Inc. Mon-
General Electric: In of Jacksonville spent
FORDFarm day with Mr. and Mrs. K, B. t
Russ's Sheet Metal: Inc. Tractors & Implements Gainesville's Discount Mobile Watterson of lIampton.

Gainesville2520 N E. 18th Ter. USED EQUIPMENTSALES PART SERVICE Home Sales Lot. Randy Hicks, Allan Bowers % : .r ;
Tel. 376-8282 NEW :MOON CAPELLA and Mike Bowers attended 4-11 .

GARDEN SUPPLIES II ItONZE:'; WOOD Camp last week from Mondayto
AUTO SALES I.owIonthly: Payments Friday at Camp McQuarrie,

Johnson & Faris Inc. 4820 N. W, 13th 378-1348 near Ocala National Forest.
BRASINGTONCADILLAC Sandee Youngblood was voted

OLDSMOBILE: SEEDS PLANTS MOTORCYCLES the "best personality" by her
SALES SERVICEFine class, and Toni! Stone was
Insecticides( Pet SuppliesFERTILIZERS
Selection of Used Can YAMAHABMW chosesn by teachers at the top
Taken On Cadillac Trades mathmatics student in her class
2001 N.W. 13th Ph. 378-5301 We Rent Fertilizer Spreader last wel)'<. Both girls just com-
224 N.W. 8th Ph 378-0478 eye1FlLt a pleted the eighth grade att::>tarke '"

CRANE Sales Parts Service Middle School.
MATERNITY:" WEAR 615 W. University 378.2811 Phyllis and Carolyn Mengen- Serious sickness or accident often
LINCOLN :MERCURY I tered the Florida Dairy Queen strikes unexpectedly. And one of

Authorized Sales!! ic Service FOR :MOTHF.RSTOBEA MUSIC: contest In Miami last Friday, the biggest problems you face is a
2201 N Main Ph 372-4373 FULL LIVE OF and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Meng[ need for money. Money for medi- Ari

Crane ImportsVolvo Lingerie Dresses Slacks and family drove to Miami for cal bills, money to keep your fam- i
BALDWINPIANOS ;. iveekenl' :o: attend the event. That's need
MG Triumph. Tops Bermudas Bathing Suits Ui 1 Id ily together. why you ,\
Mr. and Mrs.. Gordon Weest Mutual of Omaha Paycheck Plus.
606 E. University EXPECTANTLYYOURS -& ORGANSCHOICI and son Bobby of Miami spent Health insurance that can pay up
Phone 372-4251
CV THE ARTISTS' Sunday night here with l smother to $10,000 toward medical expenses

Barkley Motors Inc.TOYOTA INC. .LiPlKun MUSICco. Mrs. T. F. Brown, en- and up to $500 a month cashto
route to Houston, Texas, on live on. This is vital protection.Call .
70(1( W. University OpP. S.F.J.C.
a vacation trip. or write:
G'ville Shopping Ctr.
Mechanical CONTRACTOR Mrs. C. R. Hicks, Debbie NATHAN L. MODLINGRt. J' -
4 wheel drive and cars Laurie Hicks Debbie
and Hill, ,,, ?oeoua
Sales Parts Service MOVERS_ Elaine Youngblood, JoAnn Salter 2, Box: 155

Clean Used Toyotas K. E. Hyde Ent. Inc. Distance Moving and Mr. and Mrs. J, L. Phone 96 t 7105
1700 N. Main 376-1266 Dykes spent Tuesday through
Thompson'. Refrigeration Storage Packing Thursday at Flager Beach last Starke, Fla. 32091
Crating Shipping week.

Beauty Academy Heating Service- Air Conditioning Free Estimates Call Mr. and Mrs. Paul Estes and REPRESENTING There's no match for the

POWELL'S I. Repairs on White Appliances HILL'S daughter Janita of Doctor's Inlet Mutual
Industrial Combustion Service Mr. and Mrs. P. L, Estes Q

., Beauty Academy I. BolUr Room Sales A Service Van Service Inc. Jr.William, of Waldo, Mr. and Mrs. OF OMAHA lasting pleasure of electric gifts.
30.18 N. Waldo Rd. Gainesville Carter and daughter MUTUAL OF OMAHA INSURANCE COMPANY
Learn a Profession In Your 3540 N.E. Waldo Rd. G'vUl Lisa
Telephone 372-21S2 were Sunday dinner guests Lift Insurance AMilUtf: United of Omaha
Spare Time Full or Part Time 372-4271 of Mr. and Mrs W. D. Carter. Name Olllct:: Omaha, Nebraska
It's that gift-giving time of the year again A happy time, with weddings, graduations -
219 N.W. 10th 378-2766
MEN'S WEAR [ PAINT GLASSLIDDELL Debbi Wednesday Hicks, at evening GUS awards'night June I r-------------------AGENCY NAME -I II Mother's Day, Father's Day and probably a birthday or two. There's a

ELECTRIC MOTORS 4, received the German award I ADDRESS I IRush great variety of electric gifts you can choose from. And you'll give with a smile,

STAG 'N DRAG PAINT & for outstanding Senior in that I I II because you know you're giving something really worthwhile. Practical-preferred

ELECTRIC GLASS CO. language, a cerificate for main I Plu."Information on "Plycheck I II appreciated. You'll never lack for gift ideas. At your favorite store you're sura'

Motor Repair Co.Of Griffin BultaArrow & taining over a 3.5 average for to find something electric that suits the occasion and your budget.
Shirts Florihelm Shoe Glass Mirrors Slldiog Door. her senior year, and a per- .
There's no match for flameless electric .
Gainesville Inc. Formal Rental Tub Enclosures Shower Door fect attendance certificate for I Address__ I .".
Repairing RewindingNew Ladles Sportswear Furniture Tope Window her senior year. j city I II II Eleven rate reductions since 19571 .. .:

and Used 2 STORES-11 W. UNIVERSITYand Awnings Mrs. Hilda Griffith and dau- I I The average price paid per kilowatt hour! by FPL-served --....

1811 N. W. Uth Ph. 37Z-- IS GAINESVILLE MALL 116 N.W. 16th St. J7W1 ghter last Ann of Miami spent Tues L-------------z l-J families today is one-third less than it was in 19571 I ,IONIDA'NELrIND.uILOaoNlo.POWVE1. ft LIGHT f.OM.4N.; .
day week in Hampton with
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J 4T For TimberNo # I ::

r-Keystone Hilifes/ II- sIJ -.;

bids were received by the I

Keystone Heights City Council )

at Its June 10 meeting '

L Pleat* Phone In Your Items 473-414S on the proposedsale IJ r'ri. :: -

_____ of timber and pulpwood # a

from Keystone Airport property .. ., __ .
ROTARY CLUB try fees will be $20 __
per couple, I
The Council did receive,how- ;
which 0'
Malcolm Johnston, a sopho- dinner and cock- ever, a number of letters from
more at Santa Fe Junior Col- on Saturday evening. Interested parties stating whyit ) '

lege, was guest speaker at HERE N' THERE was impossible for them to v,
the Key.stone Heights Rotary Mrs. Kenneth bid under the proposal as draft-
Club last Friday. Cooper has just ed by the Council.
returned from a visit with family Four letters read Including
Johnston was a recipient of were -
the Rotary Club's annual schol- and friends in Indiana. Mrs.Cooper's one from an Ocala firm COL. JACKSON NOWA

arship fund, which he used In grandchildren, Russ stating that the company had
furthering his education duringthe and Dual, returned to Keystonefor never seen such a bidding pro- 20-year career In the Florida National Guard was climaxed for Robert C.

past year. lie explainedto the summer. posal before, and suggestingthat Jackson of Keystone Heights when he was promoted from Major to Lieutenant
Mr. and Charles Garber
Mrs. the Florida Forest
the Rotarians how he allocated have returned following a five- Service Colonel during special ceremonies during the Florida National Guard encampment
his money for the varIous cruise the tract and set up con-
week trip, where they visited at Camp Blanding. Col. Jackson, who has been with the Combined Support MaintenanceShop
expenses which he encountered ditions for the sale.
this year. with friends and relatives in \' .p t Another letter referred to the at Blandinc for the past 20) years, was recently promoted to shop superintendent

Tickets are now on sale for North Carolina, Virginia Penn- ."", ... "poor and irregular manner of succeeding Col. H. M. Hatcher Jr., who became camp commander
the annual Rotary Fish Fry to sylvania, Ohio, and Chicago. In "_ $; "+. ... handling bids" in the proposed Pinning the silver leaves on..Col. Jackson are MaJ. Gen. Henry W. McMillan
Pittsburgh, they assisted their
be held at the Keystone Beachon daughter Carol who had just -...t_ transaction. the Adjutant General of Florida, and Col. Jackson's wife, IIlIda.nuuuu .
Saturday, July 5. runds Councilman Roy Watkins, .. ,. ,. ..
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received from the dinner will returned from the hospital withan IlI chairman of the airport committee company offering the highest
defray expenses for the Infant son. commented that would
help amount. Volunteers To Offer
Mr. and Mrs. Gay Living- Keystone
swimming program sponsoredby have been better if the bid open.<
Winans' motion seconded I
ston attended the graduationof was -
ing had been scheduled for 7:30
The the Rotarians Rotary will have their their son Alec, from Flo- J Tuesday night, to coincide with and by Councilman James Cook Fireworks Display on July 4
In approved unanimously. Wi-
rida Atlantic University,
Ladies Night banquetand the deadline, instead of Tues-
Boca In nans then suggested that Council
Raton last weekend. .
of officers at day morning, as stated in the
installation -
Woman's Club Friday, June Fort Lauderdale, the Living- 4 bid proposal. wait for several months before The Keystone Heights Volun- Beach. or anywhere up and,

the starting with a social hourat stons hosted a cocktail partyin Watkins then said that a pre- taking action.Councilman. teer Fire Department is plan down the lake in that vicinity,
27, honor of Alec and his wife vious sale of airport timber James Cook pro- ning a treat for youngsters, as according to Fire Chief Ed Bennett
6:30.TEEING: Susan. Alec has accepted a position had been made to Hudson Pulp tested payment of a $300 bill well as oldsters of the area with who is chairman of ar

OFF!! with an insurance company Ann Triest Weds Charles R. WhisenantIn & Paper Co., of Palatka, and presented& Associates by Gainesville M. K. Flowers a spectacular fireworks displayon rangements.
In Lauderdale. surveyors -
of effort
recommended that the timber the Fourth July. Bennett hopes this Initial
The local club sponsored their Congratulations are extendedto Hope Baptist Church CeremonyOn and pulpwood be sold to Hud tota recent timber The fireworks will be fired will eventually grow intoa
annual Pro Ladies Tourna- cruise. Cook said the cruise
Mrs. Joseph Dey grad-
from pontoon boat anchored at Keystone)
a celebration
son on a stum ment on Monday, June 9, witha of was incomplete, showing
uated from the University only
to in the main body of Lake Geneva 4th of
the July.
strand of His motion that effect died Heights on
at 8 was a single pearls.
large turn out of area Florida last Sunday afternoon.She Friday, June 6, p.m. 629 cords of pulpwood and
for lack of second.Councilman starting about daik. It is invited to como
golfers participating.Bill will now be teaching English Miss Laura Ann Triest, daughter Her shoulder length veil of a not including other typesof The public
Stott of Cecil Field and and history on the sec- of Mrs. Thomas S. Triest double Illusion was secured bya Ray Winans then timber. In spiteof may be viewed from Keystone out and enjoy the fun.

his team members, DotMorris, ondary level. and the late Mr. Triest of cluster of peau de sole roses proposed that the City requesta Cook's protests that the work .-. ---.---
Shirley Peeples and Emma Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ilgenand Keystone Heights, became the centered on petals of Alencon Florida Forest Service farm was "of no value" to the City,
McMnnus were first place win- Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Mix, Jr., bride of Charles Ronald Whise- lace trimmed with Irridescnets forester to cruise the land, the Council approved paymentof
ners in the 18-hole tournament. Jacksonville, were vacationing nant, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. and pearls. She carried a mark trees to be sold, and the bill. All-Stars Stage 5-2 Victory

Joe.MacDonald, of NAS, and his on the East Coast last Whisenant, also of Keystone cascade arrangement of miniature draw up a bidding proposal. On regular airport business,
team including, Fran lUllig, week. On Tuesday, the couples Heights. Rev. A. D. Ned of white carnations and yel- Mayor Ray Starnes support Watkins recommended that a
Alice Nick and Nel Jacob were returned home. The Ilgens left Montgomery, Ala., great low sweetheart roses.A Winan's suggestion, adding the company be employed to spray Over League Champs In Final
second. There was a tie for Wednesday with their youngestson uncle of the bride, performed reception was held In the stipulation that bids be openedat and kill the grass and weeds on

third place between the teamsof Barry, for additional tra- the nuptials in Hope Baptist Sunday School building where a council meeting and that runways at a cost of$335, and
Pro Dave Kennett. Green Church, Theressa, assisted by baskets of white gladioli, dai- the sale be awarded to the
vels on the coast. the expenditure was approved. The Little The All Stars were man-
Keystone Heights
Cove Springs, and Pro William :Mr. and Mrs. Robert Thorn- Rev. Merle Pdckham. sies and yellow mums were Sat- aged by Ed Akridge of Cunningham's -
League came to a on
Woffard of the Dunes. ley, of Ashland, Ky., were recent Decorating the altar were baskets used in decorating. with the All Star team Gulf and coached by
Joe MacDonald and Terry guests of Mr. and Mrs. of white gladioli, majesic Standing In the receiving line t urday the Ronnie Homer of the Volunteers. -
Catlett had a combined score Jack Sullivan of Nelson's Point. daisies, and yellow mums, were the bride and groom, their "1 defeating League Champ- Assistant coaches were
ions Belote's 5-2
of 65 to win the pro-pro pot. Mr. and Mrs. James Green, against a background of spiral parents and bridal attendints. ,.-- : The Drugs, by a of Tom Martin Loye Head, Calvin -
saw some
Bret Cole had low gross for Tenn. guests candelabra with white tapers The bride's table was covered score. game .
of Knoxville, ,were ; Smart and John Kuespcrt.:
-_ .. .4t the heaviest hitting of the
the Juniors Tournament Tues- Zowarkaon and p.il.ns. with an imported white linen -
Mrs. '
and .
of Mr. 1- 1 with three doubles and two In a pre game ceremony: ,
day morning. George Richardson Thursday and Friday. Mrs. Nuptial music was provided cloth trimmed with wide white i4 ,
won the Callaway in the Green is Mrs. Zowarka's by Mrs. Rodney Hall, organist, lace, and centered with a four- homeruns bringing fans and Belote's was presented the
same match.On sister.Lt. and Mrs. Donald E. Ncel!, solo- tiered wedding cake. This was players alike to their feet. Little League Trophy as the 1969

Saturday and Sunday, the Cmdr. and Mrs. Kenneth ist, aunt of the bride. flanked by single tapers in silver k4 The All Stars scored one ChamoionshiD Team. Co-
local club will sponsor their Williams and daughter, Nancy, Robert Verbust of Starke attended holders. Mrs.E.E. Triest, 1 run in the second Inning, aided captains Bret Cole and Don

Couples Invitational,which pro- of Virginia Beach, are visiting as best man. Ushers aunt of the bride, cut the bride's ; ii& by Tom Smart's two bagger, wingate, with manger Barry
; and one in the fourth when and Coach Joe
mises to be one of the best Mr. and Mrs. Jim Zowarka were Gerald Sheets, Steve cake. Wyman Brooks
and Kelvin Whiien- The table covered pitcher Dave Thacker hit a received the trophy from Lit-
tournaments for the year. En- and family. The Williamsare Broadway, punch was -
staying at their cottageon ant, brother of the groom. with white organdy trimmed homerun to centerfield. tle League President Art
Lake Santa Fe. Miss Debbie Knight of Key- with lace over white satin. Belote's came back in their Kiefer. The trophy was then
served maidof daisies half of the fourth when second presented to Bill Belote, sponsor -
Miss Dianne Brokas and George stone Heights as Small nosegays of sur-
KEYSTONEHEIGHTS Leath are vacationing with honor. Bridesmaids were rounded the punch bowl which baseman Harry Wagener also of the winning team.
hit home to centerfield.In .
Flakes and Mis. Misses .
friends In Orlando this week. Mrs. Sharon was presided over by
.. Mr. and Mrs. II. T. Cornish Jackie Weeks. Junior Bridesmaid Connie Byrd, Helen Doyle and the top of the fifth The 1

( and children, of Bogalusa, La., was Miss Brenda Triest, Joan Kuykendall.Miss MRS. WALLACE AND ART STUDENTS All Stars went on a three- KEYSTONEDRIVEIN
were guests last weekend of sister of the bride. The attendants Ginger Bleasd.Ve kept run scoring spree with singlesby
Mrs. Cornish's uncle and aunt, were gowned alike in the bride's book. Assistingin Bill Beam, Jody Smart, Tom
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wallace. long A-line sleeveless yellow serving were Mrs. A. C. Melrose Art Teacher Provides Time Smart, Dave Thacker and a

DIRECTORYRABY'S I Mrs. I. Edwards, of Jackson- serrano gowns with empire Mlngledorff, director of the double by Larry Turknett. lielote's -
And Talent
ville, was also a weekend guestat waistline accented with white wedding and coordinator of the For Community Projects scored one run in their FRI., SAT. JUNE 20.21
the Wallace home. !Mrs. daisy trim and olive green rib- reception. Miss Susan Wiggins, half of the_ sixth.inning. _

AUTO Edwards is Mrs.Wallace's sis- bon streamers. In their hair and Mrs. D. E. Neel. By Joyce Rowe Many exhibits have also beenon Bret cole: pitched the full Our hag is bombs, ------ ------
they wore a double flat bow of time with six innings for Belote's, givIng swords and .
ter. After spending some display in the library, thanksto guns girls. .1 .
SERVICE yellow chiffon with circle veil their guests the couple left on The Women of the Church, Mrs. Wallace. Stories cometo up eight hits and strikingout '..
Mrs. Karl Andersen, of of yellow illusion The maidof a wedding trip to South Flo- of Faith Prftihvterian Church. life as she reads them to 12 batters. The All Stars ;(
Complete Auto RepairsAir Greenville, S.C., was a recent honor carried a cascade rida. The bride traveled In a will sponsor an art class this the students during Story Hour. rotated their pitchers using .' :\ .tiI;
Conditioning! Repairs guest at the home of Mr. and arrangement of yellow pompom sleeveless, yellow dotted dac- year with Mrs. W. A. (Edith) Students have made many Tom Smart, Dave Thacker and \
Mrs. Tom Bryant. Mrs. Andersen daisies.: Each attendant carried with a long Larry Turknett, who combinedto "'
&; Automatic Transmission ron dress, designed Wallace as instructor.Mrs. murals to depict scenes of
and daisies. strike out 11 batters and allowed
is Mrs. daughter a chain of of -
Service Bryant's of waist accented with a chain Wallace is a very talented things they are studying in
Miss Sherrlne Leuders embroidered daisies. With this artist, whose accomplishments class. There are also sketching only two hits. Sun.. Men., Tues..June 22-24
PHONE 473.1404Little Miss Martha Jane Schaefferhas Jacksonville, cousin of the she wore yellow accessoriesand are becoming well knownin lessons for the talented

Lake Bedford returned home followinga groom, served as flower girl. a yellow sweetheart rose this community. She is a students, and examples of their year the VBS U being held in _IT COULD HAPPEN .

tonsllectomy at Bradford corsage. native of Austria and holds a degree work are on display throughout the evenings. Classes start at HERE!
BEAUTY SHOP County Hospital last week. The bride,. given in marriage The bride Is a 1968 graduateof in Graphic Arts, Graph- the school. 7:00: p.m. All area children are
Miss Norma Valldejuli, bride bv her brother. Tommy Triest. Keystone Heights School. ische Lehr, and Versuchs An- Mrs. Wallace is presently invited to attend the remaining
KEYSTONEBEAUTY elect, was honored with a tea was gowned in white Alencon The groom also graduatedfrom stalt. Vienna. Austria. Before preparing/ an exhibit of work classes. Commencement Exercises -

given by Mrs. William Bowling lace over white net and taffeta Keystone Heights High marrying Mr. Wallace in 1957 done by Melrose studnets for will be held at the Church &fiWf'

SHOPEDITH at her home on Lake Geneva, featuring long pointed sle- School in 1965 and Is employedby and moving to Santa Fe Lake, the Ringllng Museum of Art Sunday during the regular even j
on Tuesday afternoon. StandIng eves, square neckline and long Clay Electric in Keystone. she operated with Edith Schil- In Sarasota. This exhibit will J/tfas&jt./

JOHNSON. Owner In the receiving line were full hoop skirt. The chapel train Heights. ler Fehl Photography Studioin become part of a traveling art .'Jontlnued On Next Page -
Personal and Creative Hair fltylto the honoree, her mother, Mrs. was fastened by lace bows at the The couple will reside at Jacksonville. show.
g Every Form of Beauty Jorge Valldejuli, andMrs.E. T. shoulders. Her only ornament Half Moon Lake near Hillcrest. The work of this talented ladyis

'Culture Tue-6at. 9-5: closed Martin. Mrs. Dln\ presented ? .-- Following Mr.Wallace's death not confined entirely to the DRAGLINE WORKBULLDOZING
Monday.BUILDING. Miss Valldejun witn a su- harmful to the contributors. last year, she became a school. She is a member of WED.. THURS. JUNE 25, 26

as a remembrance of teacher's aide at Melrose Ele- Faith Presbyterian Church THE.
tray distributedfree
NEWS NOTES and her work ,:
the occasion.The to residents of the area. mentary School, where she has served as Junior
HARDWARE Keystone Heights Volun- In the absence of the president with students there has been Choir director and organist.She CALL ,:.cH/ISi1EIiS
hostedan By Helm Egan Melrose has
remarkable. no \
Fire Department has
teer designed nativity scenes -
BROOKLYN house lastSunday after- Mrs. William Beam. Sr., art teacher, so Mrs. Wallacehas Big Chief HeavyConstruction t '. ....,
open Vice President A, P. Hallman has written and constructed : ..
from 1 to 5 o'clock. VisItors been a great help in encouraging ..
HOUSELumber noon -
SUPPLY presided and Mrs. Julius Han and studentsput a Christmas marionette DAVlSBRADYDEVlNFBRUCE
to inspectthe helping
Invited I Inc.
were FELLOWSHIP CLUB: secretary. Mr. show, and complied most of the r "
Plywood Builder'sHardware equipmentused son served as p.i YURNELl SUE RANEYr
fire and radio Twenty four club members forth their best efforts. seasonal I'alatka :325-7476 .
Roofing Sheetrock and Hanson reported a good balanceIn special productions W.HUBERT DIX VICTDRIA CARA1)) L
Paneling Paints Insulation by the refreshments department at who attended the covered dish the Treasury and repoited Her first exhibit was a dis- riven by Faith Church. ;....;. ,:5.; ''I EASTMAN COLOR_
were served luncheon on June 12 at the Ma- play "Folk Music Interpreted
Tools Electrical & Plumbing firehouse. that some new game equipmenthas for a number of years, before -
the informal through Art, at the Putnam
sonic Hall enjoyed an received.It the
Supplies. been being employed by
talk by Mrs. Charles McGlave, County Fair. This display was
voted to resume Game Putnam School Board
Hwy. 21 N. of Keystone 473-4886 was later County ,
55 staff writer of The Keystone; set up In the auditoriumfor
when instructonIn
Day on Tuesday, July 24. the she gave special
Heights Repoiter, a monthly Mrs. Ethel Weyman will be in convenience of the public poster-maldng to the childrenof
CONCRETE PRODUCTSFOR A uniform fresh water fishing periodical devoted to news and charge, at St. Anne's Parish who wanted to vtew it. Melrose School for the annual

license means the initiation and features of the area. Hall. Plans are under way for poster or book jacket contest
continuation of progressive con- Mrs. McGlave endeavors to Mrs. Wallace helped the
special speaker for the July sponsored by the Melrose -
CONCRETE PRODUCTS servation programs that will assure report only good new.!. and 10 luncheon meeting. A good attendance children make wreaths to decorate Library. Also each year she
CALL OR SEEEdward's present and future gener- declnes: any sensational and Is urged in order that the post office at Christmas expertly arranged the displayin
ations of the opportunity to pur- wouldbe using varied materials
BuildingSupply destructive items that for a tour mightbe the Melrose Parish House
future plans including macaroni and
outdoor pleasures.
sue unpleasing to readers or for public viewing.The .
Inc. 55 discussed. tissue paper. She has put ina
COMMUNITY: : :. CHURCH: great deal of time helDin students chosen to receive -
726 S. :MAIN 372-4844 Rev. Ben N. Nelson of Pine the youngsters make posters for this special Instructionwill

Gainesville, Florida las Park, was guest preacher at various occasions, and three be very fortunate. As one
co worker put ,
the June 13 morning worship first prizes were won In area
Wallace gives her best, and
NURSERY Learn To Swim service. poster competition. then some."
Rev. Wm. C. Bennett, retired
of Farms will be guest
O.C. Carnes Nursery Penney
J) 9 \ <= or Swim Better preacher on June 22. Buster Hines in Gainesville and ly Copeland and children.Mr. .

Thousands of plants ;.:.,:. 1 Classes Each Tuesday!' The Community Church Vac- Mr. and Mrs. BUI HarreU and and Mrs. Emery Sullivan

Fruit Trees-Shade Trees :--i-- ._ ( Wednesday. Thursday ation Bible School concludes Us family In Palatka. We also enJoyed and children have moved from You Bo You Can

Evergreens r.i # Starling JUNE' 21. In one week on June 20 under the a pleasant weekend in Melrose to Tampa. Mrs. Sullivan

Camellias & Azaleas --. r"'IJ, ) BeautlfuJIodern* ; ; 20 x direction of Mrs. Barry Wy Cedar Keys. resided in Melrose while Afford a New Car!
ALL IN CANS man. Miss Iva Hlllyer has returned her husband spent a year in
MOST \ 10 Ft. Tool' In A LovelySetting.
; from a vlsllt to New York.Mrs. Vietnam.
PLANT ANY TIME r-E.r ,,=:' ) !. ; nens s rrnss-rnrns John Strawn recently !Mrs. Grant Rothhammer has You don't need a lot of ready cash

Beautiful Roses t\\ spent a few days In Miami. been spending some time In to get that car a low-cost auto

LandscapingPhone ADVANCE!) Suimminjr: fl:15 to 9:15: A.M. MELROSEBy Mrs. Bobby Hunt and son, Arkansas visiting her daughter. loan will put you in the driver's seat

659-2165 BEGINNERS; ;I : : (Group). I 10:00(I to I 10:30 C):: A.M.: Craig. have returned from a Miss Carol Rothhammer. From right away! Stop in and find out

PRIVATE Le-son*, 10:45: ; to 11 :15 A.M.: month's trip to Arizona where there she will go to Texas and about this convenient road to auto-
23 Ml. S. S. of Starke on Joyce RowenrflrflSrrrSSr they visited her father. see her first great grandson ownership!ICOME

Hwy. 100 at Fiorahome AFTERNOON CLASSES; = I Bettye Duncan and children and other children and grand-
spent the weekend in Marlanna children, and then: to California.She .
USED CARS PRIVATE; Lowon-4: : 3:30: to 1:00: P.M.: For those of you who have visiting relatives.Mr. will stay there until August : IN GET ACQUAINTKH

ADULT CL.\ :)ES. 1 1:00: to 1 1:30: P.M.: tried unsuccessfully to get me when she will return to Arkansas -
Hanks Used Cars on the phone latelY. I'm not and Mrs. Nick Nicholson to attend Carol's graduation KEYSTONE STATE BANKMember

MRS. FRED DODD really gone t that much my have been enjoying a visit from exercises. She sends her regrets
BIG CASH DISCOUNT phone has been out of order their daughter and three grandchildren that she will not be able to visit F.D.I.C. Keystone Heights, Fla.

TERMS Ph. 473-4206 .several days. That also explains her friends in Melrose< this
BUYV- SELL TRADERT. why there won't be much news :Mr. and Mrs. Joseph L. Kop summer, but hopes to ,be this "Your Friendly Bank In Your Friendly

1. BOX 90 this week. nlsky and children, of Grove winter. Community."

H..,.. 100. 8 Mllet S. starke Qualified Inntrm-tor Keystone Heights Mr. and Mrs. Virgin Rowe recently City Pa., spent a few days with Vacation Bible School began
visited Mr. and Mrs. their friends. Mr. and Mrs. Bil- Monday at Ellam Baptist. This

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-- -- now, the Shellcrackers are beginning thrilled Bass out ofLevy's
v was an excited and and a 4 1/2 pound
to bed In Sante Fe. Prairie. Loman Mc
1A1EA1tLake So I thought I'd give you a few Camp ( west shore Lean caught a 12 pound 11 ounce

p .. .. tips on fishing for them. First Sante Fe), also reported e Bass on a Shiner In Brooklyn

thing, I guess, is rigging your for the fishermen Those catch- Lake. R. D. Acosta caughtan
Santa Fe) A 12 to 14 foot limber
( pole. Starke and sur-
Ing fish from 11 pound 2 ounce Bass on a
By: Mlchtel II. Chilly pole is just about perfect for rounding areas included Mr. Shiner; and Jack Crlffis caughtone

IMiitni', I I'VIM I k those rascals.' Since they are and Mrs. Paul Raleigh, 40 that weighed 10 pounds, 5
bedding deep, your line shouldbe 25
Specs Tommy Carney,
-I-t nr r-rrtfl ; ounces.-
J IS-S 1 at least as long as the Bream from Shipman's dock; My father, James, Uncle Alfred -

Peas, OOPS! I mean, hello pole, remember you can always George Lovett, 30 Specs; Mr. Hudson, and Buddy Ellis
folks! My mother bought a shorten it; but it's pretty hard and Mrs. Pat Keller, 50 Specs; of Gainesville,went to Oklawaha
of peas last to stretch it. I would say abouta McGulse 30 Specs Glen and
couple of hampers Billy ; River Saturday afternoon,
week, and it seemed like everything No. 6 or 8 hook should work Aldrich, 47 Specs;Mr.and Mrs. caught 12 Bass.

I saw was peas. The ladies fine, and a small split-shot Ronald Hodges, 30 Specs; Mr. Well, your rollingfishermandidn't
of this family really had a just big enought to take your and Mrs.Dick Bartlett, 42 Specsan get any fishing done last

ball shelling all those peas. bait to the bottom. From my Bream; Joe Conway and week, so I'd better get busy

I tell >ou one thing they sure experience, Earth worms seem party, 48 Specs; Mr. and Mrs. this week. You fellows better
This is __ i iFlorida's to be the best bait although 38 Specs Gene
are good eating peas. _. Troy Wheeler, ; get out and catch some of 'em
baits used effectively.
not a paid "plug," but If you are the Hall, 35 Specs; and George while they're biting. I can'tthink
want some mighty fine peas, go When they're bedding along Davis, 6 Bass. So it looks like of anything better than a
out to that little produce mar- 'Flyingest Club'Members shore line, you need to get as the Shipmans were very busy mess of fresh fish. Especiallywhen
close to the beds as possible,
ket ( next to Ralph Brown'smailboO last week. you cook'em right thereat
on the hill on the of the Keystone members of their families, In They usually have a fly-in or kept at the Keystone Airport. so you can fish as You'll straight have down to Griffin's Lodge ( east shore the lake or river.

r' road from Orange Heights to Aero Club are pictured as they six planes. While In Stuart they fly out once a month, and They are: Bob Firth, Bo as you can. Santa Fe),'-" also reported a Guess I'll say so long for now.

: Mel 1 rose. landed on a recent fly-in to were guests .of Mr. and Mrs. hope to make it to the Ba- Henderson, T. A. Yawn, George adjust your depth to fish on pretty good week. Monday, So, until next week, "Good -

:Now, let's look at what the Stuart, where they were guestsof Fordyce for luncheon at the hamas this summer. Richardson, Fred Smith, Bob the bottom, but not have slack Roy guided Robert Wiley and bye, and good luck! .....
Chirtjs did last week. Tuesda Mr. and Mrs.Wally Ford'ce, Manatee Yacht Club. N. L. Woodburn, of Starke, Lappe, Carl Hagglund, Stan line to wrap around that two they caught 12 Bass; the big-

my mother, Grandmother former residents of Keystone The Keystone Aero Club Is is president of the club, which Rising, B. C. Gabaldon, and million snags that are down gest ones were 5, 7, and 9 _00'-

Copeland and I went to Gaines- Heights. Mr. Fordyce is a one of the most active In has 22 members, including pilots Woodburn.The there. When they are bedding pounds. Roy guided Roland

yule, and visited Uncle: Alfred past president of the club. Florida, and was described by students, and some wives. club meets on the third around the sand bars, you can Finley and they got 13 Bass,
and Aunt Corlne Hudson. Whenwe Twenty nine persons made the Stuart !'News as "the Ten of the members own their Tuesday of each month at 7:30: fish with your rod and reel as including one 8 pounder on NOTICEI

came home, we brought my the trip, includng pilots and flvingest club In the state." own planes, most of which are p.m.li" well as a pole. All that's left Wednesday. Roy, Mr. Boone,
cousin, Cindy Hamilton, withus to do now, is contact a local and Mr. Beasley caught 5 will not be responsible for

for a visit.Ve visited another fish camp, and they'll be gladto Bass Saturday morning. any! bills made by any person

cousin Mrs. Brenda Land, and direct you to the beds. Slim's Fish'N Stuff (Keystone other than myself. Percy
her two daughters, and her Thomas Hawes, graduate. Last But Leeon then told me, Especially when you purchasebait ) reported several cat- Moody.
weekend the :Millers, Harvey "You do not understand.This from them. I
father Otis Lee out near Orange etc., per- ches this week when we called.
Heights last Thursday morn- Finn, Michael and Susan of Dentist didn't have, VOICE of theSPORTSMAN sonally use Griffin's Lodge, Larry Barnhill caught a 10 1/2,
ing. Saturday afternoon, my Melrose, and Bonnie 'olcLeanof: Just any ole tooth In his because Roy has been fishing

Aunt Corine Hudson and daughter Keystone, went over to Swit- hand." ; \ the lake for a mighty longtime.

Faye Hamilton and her zerland, and camped on the St. Well, let's look at some of the TUNING REPAIRINGMELODY
daughter Cathy' of Gainesville, Johns River for the weekend. "Now let me just explain, : \ catches for this week. PAUL'SPORTABLE
Well that's the "Millers That when he finally got all By: MIKE
came down to pick up Cindy. "'"" .- .. .CHlTTY PIANO
When they went home, Mother Report," Let's see what else the root. Susan Flax of Jacksonville,

went with them and took care happened around here. He had pulled my little toe", \.. was staying with my next door SERVICEPhOne
of some business. She came Pete and Joyce Barton were In Right up through my leftfoot. neighbors, "Preacher" and WELDING

home with my father, when he Jacksonville, visiting Fred and HI Sports Fans, this is your catching quite a few nice Bream Marian Winters and daughter
came in from fishing with Corlne Thieman Tuesday night. !Now before I close this story, rolling-fisherman bringing you downt here lately. A. B. How- Ginny, also of Jacksonville,and HARD RODING, DRAG

Uncle \1fred.Ir. Mrs. C.V, Johnson of Port Listen and understand. another report on the local ard, and Mr. and Mrs. Nas- had a thrilling experience. Susan w T

:\ and :Mrs. W. D. Argo Saint Joe, is visiting her Besides getting poor Leeon'stoe sports. As far as fishing goes, worth of Starke, went last Saturday Marian, and Ginny were LINE BUCKETS
and two children; Debbie Faulkner sisters, Mrs. KImbrough, and still and caught 68 nice trolling in Little Sante Fe,when
they're biting
pretty good
of :Macon, Ga., and Connie Mrs. Barrows. We were sorryto Doc pulled the thumb from his these days, especially for such Bream. Pete and Joyce Bar- Susan caught an 8 3/4 pound 378-5107 PHONE

and Becky Wolfe of McRae, hear that Mrs. Kimbrough right hand! hot weather. Those Bream have ron of Lake Sante Fe spent Bass. You better believe that Gainesville, Fla. 964-7611
Ga., spent last week with :Mrs. fell and hurt herself Friday, been last weekend with Billy and Liz .
doing real good down at Rebuilding Hefinishing
I H.! T. Smith and Mrs. Ruby and we hope she's better by the Oklawaha River, as wellas Noegel of Starke, at their river THE KEY TO .
Wolfe. :Mrs. Techla McGriff cabin, and caught over 200
now.Bill iititiiiBy
the Bass hitting pretty good. Gracious Living
and Coman of
a weekend visitor in'
was her Bream Bass
and Catfish.As .
Several of friends have been
mother, :Mrs. Smith. Jacksonville, and Woody and my you've probably heard by Town HouseAPARTMENTS CORN
Mr.: and Mrs.: Lewis Georgeof Chris Coman of Palatka were t SWEET

Cocoa Beach, and Mr. and weekend guests of the Robert Joyce Rower vited to attend clases. '!Mrs. J. P.Vose, 3rd place: :Mrs.

:Mrs. John Kirkman of Greens- Larder famfIy."Preacher". flssflflflrflflfl.IFrom Duplicate Bridge Ray Becker and Mrs. Phil Kro- Sell or Rent Yellow
Win- White and
and Marian
boro, N. C. were weekend
Winners for the last two mer, 4th place. FurnishedII
ters and daughter, Glnny, and [ Proceeding Pace] \
guests of :Mr. and :Mrs. Earl'oyles. Winners on the 12th were:
weeks at the Duplicate Bridge Unfurnished
her friend Susan Flax of Jack- or WAINWRIGHTSTATE
\ Ing services. Club Mrs. C. W. Hardy and Miss Iva DAVID
Jack and Lou Miller and child- sonville, were down all last Vacation! Bible School will begin were: Hillyer. 1st place; Mrs. Paley Buford Mitchell
June 5th: Mrs. Gay Livingston
ren were in Jacksonville recently week enjoying the lake. :Monday at Faith Presbyterian Boyd and Mrs. John Strawn. Phones ROAD 16] -2 MI.: EAST OF STARKE
and Ray Starnes. Mrs. E.
to pick up Lou's mother, English and Romania Hiltonof Church. United Methodist -
2nd B. Allen and 964-6853 964-6760
place: Mrs. A.
and W. F. Wilson.
down at B. Goss Mrs.
of Gainesville Jacksonville were 9647835George
:Mrs. Ruby Dyal and Faith will combine their PHONE
Mrs. J. W. Foster 3rd place: AVAILABLE
tied 1st place Mrs. Paley Boyd
who has the last sev- their lake home over the week- ;
VBS this year as they did last
and Mrs. Ray Starnes, 2nd Mrs. Al Bachmann and Mrs. W. JVLY 1. 1969 -
eral months with another daughter
year. Classes will begin at 9:00:
end.Mr. J. Grollck 4th place.
Lewis place; Mrs. Roland Bryan and
and family in Hawaii. and Mrs. James a.m. All area children are In-
Mrs. Dyal brought orchids for and family, Mr. and Mrs. -
her grandson T. C. and his Stanley Padgett and family, ---------g --_ CARL BEGGS
friend Thomas Hawes for their Mrs. Lucille Williams and fam-
Prom dates. She also broughtleis ily, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gulf Service

for everyone. Lou's was Schrantz and family are stavIng USED PARTS

made of orchids, the children'swere at Griffin's Lodge this week. I Top Prices for Wrecked Car
made of candy. Jack'swas Mrs. Helen Walker and Mr. 24 Hour Wrecker Service
made of miniature whiskeys and Mrs. J. W. Lorimier of I :.. ..

The Miller family attended Jacksonville, May. and Mrs.J. Fuel JU -

graduation ceremonies at M. Lorimier m and dau- I Used Can -

Keystone Heights High School, ghter, of El Paso, Texas, and New Innersprlngs PUMPS USED VACUUM cleaners re- Hwy.' 301 N. Waldo
and watched their close friend, Mr. and Mrs. Dolph Reddishand ccrd.toned! $15 up. 10( different E. LaRue 468-1998
family of Starke were Sun- CLASSIFIED: AD RATES and Box SpringsDrop NEW AND USED __ I r-.nie brar.ds to choose from. INSURANCE AGENCYAuto

day guests of Mr. and Mrs. D. Up to 15 words ____.- 1.25 Us A Card or Call SAJ.ES.P ARTS..SERVICE Parts & excellent repairs all fire Homeowners MUST SACRIFICE-719 E. Lau-

Good Driving Habits of W. Carpenter. Mr. and Mrs. (Minimum charge) PALATKA EA 5-9166 Deep & Shallow Wells makes. Watson's House: of II ra St. 2 bedrooms. concrete
David Reid and sons were also MRS. PEGGY SMALLER LIFE & ACCIDENT
Water Softeners & Filters Vacuums 712 N. Main: Gainesville I I block. Low down payment balance -
Sunday visitors, and :Mrs. Reid Each= word over 15 __ .07 209 E. Adklns St. 376-7110. tfchg Keystone Heights 473-4692
Expert Service On $50 per month.
young parentsREWARDED and sons will spend this week Extrm charge If not Furniture Repaired All Makes BILL POWELL Broker
DID YOU KNOW It'3 easy to
with the Carpenters.Well & Refinished
paid In advance .... .35 Upholstered Plumbing Service 964-6464
friends, I guess that MATTRESSES REBUILTSlarke own a Longcnnmp Home? MEN WANTED Men cottage
BY wraps it up for another week.It Agent Phone 964-7061 Better built tor F')r.'1a liv- parents age over 21. Startingpay ADDING MACHINE ROLLS.

I NATIONWIDENationwide sure is nice to be able to Memorial, Renolutloni HASTINGS MATTRESS DURRANCE PUMP ing You: plan or ours $295 month, promotion opportunities -I File Folders, complete line office -
and out and jump in Your lot or ours. Contact: Bu- supplies. -The Telegraph
I I wants the stop, go 7 cent per word & UPHOLSTERY WORKS AND SUPPLY CO. !: and regular increases -
the lake and cool off. And ford Mitchell. phone: C84- In pay. 8 hour day, :5 Phone 9846305.FURNITURE .
r safest drivers in America that's just what I feel like doing 710 Lemon St. Pal atka 68ST POBox 238 ?tarke. day week sick leave, vacations
CARDS OF THANKS Refinishing up-
which certainly includes I now. So until next week, "May INSURANCEAT tt state retirement. If Interested

I young married i iII the good Lord bless and keep BO word* or less ___- 3.CO MEN WANTED Laundry REDUCED RATES please apply in person Personnel holstering.restored cabinet to their work orlgL., antiques -

II I couples with children. you all," Now, here's Leon Each word 50 __ .07 workers, Kitchen aids laborers AUTO, FIRE. BOAT JIMMY MOORE'SSUN Manager, Sunland Training Cen- nal! beauty. Call C. E. Jackson

Your sense of responsibility with a story about his catas- over cottage parents watchman DOYLE E.CONNERINSURANCE i'i't'r.!! Gainesville, Fla. 1313 Madison St., Starke. Phone

I plus your good trophic visit with his Dentist cooks and clerics ground- AGENCY SPORTS equal opportunity employer. 964-5370. tfchg

record ... keeper, truck driver. Five tch* I .
driving give youa OFFICIAL
day week eight hour day.
break. For full particulars INSPECTION STATION date retirement vacations FILING CABINETS, Typewriter MOORK BOAT TORrorn I ED WAINWRIGHT Lake Front Properties

phone By Mike Chitty Open Dally 8 A.M. 5:30: p. M. slifc leave. If !interested please Stands, Desks, Chairs, MONEY AGENCY Acreages large and small

LEEOX'S CORNER"Leeon's : Except Saturday 8 12 Noon apply In person Personnel Safes. Bradford Count Starke Ph. 664-5791 I For All Your

BILL POWELLPhone HILL'S GARAGEKeystone Manager Sunland Training Telegraph. Insurance NeedsSpecializing Trailer Lots
Truck load discount prices
Center. Gainesville Fla. BusinessesS.
Troubles"I Heights in ,
An equal opportunity employ BAIRD Hunter Flshl.:, Boats by Ca- I
Telephone I Mobile\ Home Insurance
401 W. Madison St. went to see ole Leeon, er. Mobile Homes I ccl Craft 12' 14' $189.00 up. Ph. Starke 964-6818 E. McKay
Just the other day. FOR RENT: TV sets. baby tfchg I

Starke Fla.1&ATIONWIDE] And he was having troubles, beds elee. guitars amplifiers SUPER STICK Vinyl Plastic NEW and USED I wrlnger-WalSh-1 Realtor Appraisal Service

This is what I heard him say. refrigerators: day or week. DA. Letters & Numbers for interior 8-10-12' Wide FAYE'S FABRICS. Hiway 301.1'a WANTED: Used
HMER'S. 964-7923. tf-chg and exterior use. All slaes co Cahe"vllleGood, ml. ncrW of Waldo. Open er. Will pay cash or take In I Keystone Hts. 473-4816
"I went to see the Dentist FrI., Sat. nights till 9. Sundays. I I DAHMER'S.
lors. Bradford County Telegraph Quality trade on anything.
To have a rotten tooth pulled. SEWING MACHINE Cleaned I
'" And it hurt me so bad, oiled and adjusted in your tf Reasonably: Priced 12-7. Weekdays, 9-6. TFchu 964-7923. tf-chg :LAKE COTTAGE for rent fur-

** INSUHANCR \ That I bellowed like a Bull." home, 13.00. Vacuum cleaner repairs COLONIAL FLORIST for sale. Gainesville 378-2785 I FOR RENT 4 bedroom brick I I WILL BUY: Used Appliances 'nlshed.: By week or month. Lake
',.,110"* Yi. .,"'wl\l.III'I II''l'l:.Co: .. also. All work guaranteed. Stock and supplies.: Everythingbut Serviced Guaranteed and home. central: heat and air Furniture, TV's Stereos any- Brooklyn. Call after 8 p.m..
< But I said to Leeon. Dennis E. Cogglns Phone 431- Delivered In Starke Area condition, conveniently located.unfurnl.5lhed. value. DAHMER'S. 473-3261. tfchg
Ko. :
.. ''"I'.2' ; -, .'l! .b. !: !.i.iI building. Contact Dot Bag- thing of -
Surely you don't tell the truth. 142S. tfchg 323 N. Walnut St.
well at florist. tfchg NO EXTRA COST 4 furnished
You didn't have that much Inquire at premises or call FOR SALE Sawdust and
I Nationwide Mutual Ins. Co. US 441 N. 4502 NW 13thGalne.vllle apartment. Private entrance.
pain, TRACTOR WORK. and shavings delivered. Llnburg!
Cutting Starke 964-7753 or
i I Home Office: Columbim. Ohio 378-2785 9646491.tfch 224 W. Lafayette St. ltchg
From pulling a little tooth. iller Brown bedding $4.50 hour. Call Eddie ; Henry, Rt. :5 Box 44, phone 752. I

Jackson 964-5831 or 9646004. 7305. Lake City, Fla. 4tp 6-19 STANLEY HOME PRODUCTS

3tchg 6.19 SEWING MACHINES I I'MAKE for fall term RESERVATIONS at Mama Priest's now I. LOSE. WEIGHT safely with I II I has 3 openings for .part-time
4Volkswagen ''help 3 hours a day $15 00 a
I WE ARE NOWSTOCKING EXTRA LABOR WANTED. Call Largest selections from which Nursery School. Call 964-7254. I Dex-A-Diet Tablets. Only 98c at
If interested write Stanley
Ralston Purina Co. 964-6069. t, choose. Pfaff Necchl.. Nelco. 4tchg 6-26 MITCHELL DRUG. 4tp 6-26 Home: Products Drawer A,

__ 4tp 6.26 I New Home. & unlverafl.I .
REPAIR ALL MAKES. FOR RENT Attractively fur- TO BUY OR SELL acreage In Starke. Itp

FOR YOUR World Book needs. I nished 2 bedroom cottage desirable this area large or small (we
I New & Used t.O) please call National Sewing specialize in waterfront SERVICE Small 'appliances
Randy Jones, encyclopedia l location W. H. Nollman also ;: Hardware Co. 108 E.
Sales Service representative at 964- I Starke. Also unfurnished house. property) please call Ogllvle, at Starke tfchg'
Machne Co. I Call St. Phone 964-5311.
Broker. -
5502. 4t 6-26 tfchtt associate, Frank League

STARTERS Mall I 611 W. University Ave. 373-1355 I 938 M.keal: Ave.. Jacksonville FOR SALE Duncan Phyfe
LS.LEFOR I 763-4198 or dinirj' table newly finished.
7 new 1969 ZIG ZAG SEWING June 17, 8. Call 964.7315. 12tchg 8-28 212 E.
Mac's Upholstery Shop.
MACHINES slightly scratched No. 900 Retirement Special 2tp 626FOR
I 6-26
GENERATORS In shipment with full factory Frame bungalo-v 5 rooms. INVESTIGATE:' a unique business Call St. 2tp

SALE Concrete blockhouse \guarantee. Ztg-Zags. makes buttonholes bath! jorc.1: Newly palntsd. RENT large furnished opportunity: 6 men or women FOR SALE Air-conditioned

; 3 bedroom, 1 bath, cen- fancy designs, sews on Nie fer.ce3: : lot. Just $6.000. apartment!: utilities 1:1c: uded. of good character needed to efficiency apartment completely
heat & alr Cor-
tral ndltlonllllJ.
Cnver.I.er.tly located. Call 964-
ALTERNATORS buttons. appliques monograms. build a sales organization. Great furnished. Private parking.
ner lot. Phone 964-5367. tfchg No. 803 Cattle :Ranch, 80 acresclose 6205 after 6pm. tfehg
etc. $47 $8 and retirement month.
or per month. in. Rustic home Modern earning! potential Suitable for bachelor. $55

NEED home or ,apartment in CONSOLE MODEL STEREO. kitchen -pecans and fruit. BUY, SELL, TRADE: Used pi:?n.! For personal interviewwr Renner Apt., 633 McMahon. Ph.
town. W, H. Noll- combination with radio. Like te Box 123 n'st:' 1ck. Fla. 964-6279. ttchg
COMPLETE LINE OF country or J33.5CO. Terms. Furniture! Appliances, Toys,
i ltp
help tfchg new automatic record changer. I 32007.
man can you. Strout Realty Tcols.:: Wlm erly's Trading bedroom un-
Multi-speed. Balance of '68 or
Rear. Brcksr! Post 7434 BIar.dini Blvd., HOUSE FOR SALE by owner, 641 South St.
furnished house.
HELP WANTED Male no $8 per month.
IGNITION PARTS experience necessary.. Apply INTERNATIONAL SILVERWARE 2117 N. Tjmple Ave. I Jacksonville.: tfchg Lake Drive, Keystone Heljhts. Ph. 964.5213 tfchg
tarke, FH. (asbestos
Mutual Lumber Co., 5 miles S like new!! service for SINGER ZIG ZAG Sewing Ma- Frame construction.
of Starke on 301. tfchg eight. 50 pieces. $39 cr $8 per Ph. 961-6539 ch'.m: : in console cab'net! Ilk! sdlng! 5 rcom one unfinished; WANTED Experienced.hour -
\I bath tool house, lot 137 x typist: day, or
one ,
month. Sews buttons" mak3s
Rebuilt Units Less Than FOR SALE Approximately 8 120 pus! extenson! 25 x 45 t> week.! Permanent. Ph. 533-2381
COFFEE SILVER SERVICE. buttonholes:: cvsrcasti. monograms -
acres in vicinity Starke Golf & I I Highway 21. Excellent locatlcn. i Klr.gsley Lake, Rt. 1 Box 361. It
blird hems dresses etc.
serving tray sugar >and creamer. : :
Wholesale Prices Country Club on St. Rd. 230. CAMPERI Sign en property. Screened I
S65 or $8 per month. Fully guaranteed. Can be S3>!n FOR SALE Female Chihuahua
Call 964-6858 'after 6 p.m. It Call COLLECT: Credit Man in ycur area. Make eight monthly p-rcV Stehijc 7-3 3 months old. house broken.Reasonably .

RENT FREE for couple in ex. ager. Jacksonville 353-1948, DAYor \ SALES paymsntd cf $4.91 or will discount FCR SALE 2-1 ton trucks priced. Ph. 964-7724.
SUNDAYSO'NEAL'S change for light duties. Apply NITE. Must sell in your area for cash. Write: Credit with dual wheels. 13'4 ton Itchg

510 N. Cherry St. tfchg to rel'able' party. Will deliver, 2920 Wahio Road Manager, 836 Ca-seat Ave.. t--.Ick. Phone 964-7288. tfchg
1961 Volkswagen
:no obligation or can be inspected Gainesville: 376-0691 Jacksonville Fla. 2t, 6-26 FOR SALE -

FOR SALE 10 acres land and at Warehouse. 1606 Main Authorize Dealer WILL KEEP children in my Camper, $300. Can be seen at

2 frame houses one mile W of Street. atchg fl-26 I "Starcraft" "Dreamer" WANTED: Young mm, neat home. HourlY. dally! or weekly. Texaco Station on Temple Ave.

Lawtey on St. Rd. 225. R. N. I "Wheel Camper"Travel appearance for summer work. MM. Bryan. 314 N. Church St. See manager tMld ItchgIF

Sellers. Itp FOR RENT 3 bedroom houseon Trailers Truck Write Bx 1179. Starke. tfchgLEGAL 3tp 7-3 WE DON'T HAVE IT
SHELL SERVICE 410 West Andrew St. $60 I I
Campers Fold DownsSALES S : body fluid 1 we'll get It for you. Office
FORMS. Bradford REMOVE: excess
FOR SALE 8 x 38 House trailer month. Contact Tolbert McCoy, 'I Furniture. Equip-
A SERVICE Supplies
435 E. MADISON ST. damaged by fire. Phone 964- Rt. 2 Box 143 K. Ph. ( County Telegraph. Ph. with FLUIDEX tablets. only Bradford County
96-1-7818'1 I Mitchell Drug. 3tp 7-3 ment. -
72.8$. tfcbtf I 964-6305. $1.49 at

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