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 26, 1969
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Free Child ,. Courthouse
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Care Tops ... Bids Go To 2 FirmsFurniture HuntingA

bids totaling $31,234 451. The Telegraph was awarded Home

CUBB ListA h for, the new courthouse! : were the bid on the wood furniture

awarded Bowen Office Supply of for $9.693 and the miscellaneous -

r+ Plant City and the Bradford: items for $1,109 a total
Going into 10 minute
ri County Telegraph by the Coun of $10.802.Award] a
five point priority plan u pt t rr" special session: at 10:20:
ty Commission last Thursday, for the metal items
for the next ficasl year was 19. p.m. Tuesday the Bradford
June was preceded by a long dIscus-
approved by the CUBB Econ- x A lengthy discussion precededthe sion. Architect George recom- School Board took a step
mic Agency Board ( which could lead to home
of Direc-
n a
i 4t awards during! which three mended that Office Equipment
tors when it met 'q for it and long-standing
night, a
t 4,, bids were disqualified on the Distributors of Jack onvllle, low
June 23.Topping.
problem.The .
v. t recommendation of Architect bidder on the metal items at
: Board asked thesuperintendent
Frank George who said some 19395.93, be disqualified because .
the list is low cost "draft
equipment did not meet specifications some items did not meet to a
or free day care for children of
resolution to the Board
wit h low cost Issued by the Board and specifications set forth The
Jobs thirdon drawn up by him. Board followed his! recommendation County Commissioners requesting -
system are the
TAr Bowen was awarded the bid and disqualified the firm. transfer of
the list, better public ser-
vices ( such a s police pro- for the metal furniture V for $20.- George also told the Board title of the existing (old)
courthouse to be used exclusively -
that the Bradford County Tele"
tection, and lights) are fourth
bv the schools for
and recreations, fifth. graph bid on metal items, sec.
Betty Lou McClendon, VISTA Head StartExtension ond low at $19,794.19. was :not their county staff offices."

Volunteer who Is currently in i eligible for consideration be- The unexpected:: move came

charge of planning for the a- cause the firm did not submit after a three.hour lung work

gency, presented_ the priority catalog numbers with its bid on session on the budKct( In Ren-

program which had already been roller shelves" for the vpult of eral convisatlon Superintendent -

approved by the board's plan- County Clerk Charles Darby's Tom Casey told the, board

ning committee. office. Several commissioners! that he was finding it mere-a

said they did not understand Ingly difficult to oppi,>(tc tin

Someone requested that each I Is Asked that to be the case and the school system from two office. ,

county (Clay, Union, Bradford, point was never ''s ttled. (one at the courthous- and thi
Baker) board have a chanceto Buildm
other at the USO
study the list before final George also stated that the
CUBB Economic Agency from Bradford\ 11luh
approval was given. However. roller shelves bid bv The Tele
Mrs. McClendon explained that Board of Directors decided graph did not meet specifica School.)
Tuesday night to ask approval Board members\ commented
Immediate approval was neededso tions. He said the Watson Roller -
for a round !Head Start that this resolution iw'urh the<
the plan can be sent to the year Shelves bid by the Starke
regional office In Atlanta. She Fogging Machine Invades LakesA program rather than a summer firm had only six rulers pershelf Board asked Casey! to turn ov"rto

further explained that amend- !Head Start program.A when the specifications'! Attorney Gene Shaw for the

ments could be made later. representative from the called for 16 proper wording' could olvr the
new fogging machine mounted on a homemade boat but the fogging machine was In fine form, as can be seen Office of Economic Opportunity, guage. Rollershelves problem which started about

made of a Jet engine packing case was demonstrated by the above. Atlanta Office, has said that an specified are manufactured five years ago when Countv
The list was drawn up after by the Steel:: Fixture
surveys were made among the County Mosquito Control unit at the public ramp at Crosby The boat Is made of sheet steel and Is sturdy enough 80 application for a summer Head Manuf. Co. and sold In Floridaby Commissioners firsttailed,

Lake; Monday morning by County Sanitarian' and that knees and Start program would probablybe talking! about building a ne".
poor people and after suggest crew. cypress stumps won't knock a hole In It, Tra- turned down Harold( Mc- Bowen.

ions were made by the staffsof The new boat, built for "about $200" with the exception wick says. Clendon VISTA Volunteer Following George's recom- courthouse.
the Neighborhood Service of the new $1,600 fogging machine mendalotn the Offices to house Cn-cv and
mounted on It, fogged in heading the Head Start program Board disqualified

Centers, Mrs. McClendon said. Lake Geneva Monday night end In Little Santa Fe Lake Lake fogging/ the newest expansion of the Mosquito Con. told the Board Tuesday The Telegraph the metal his staff were not \Inrhi'l\. i"
the new courthouse inl I i 1'1'' '
Tuesday night, Trawick said.J. trol's hug killing duties has to be done when' the wind Is night. items becalm the 'roller" shelves School Board has beo i *nitt...i-
She explained that child day "They just don't want summer did not meat specifications.The .
B. Crawford. In boat above, demonstrated the new unit blowing shoreward at 3-10 mph with the boat moving 5mr for years tn find, out if theC\ '>nn
McClen- architect then told the
care centers and low cost programs anymore,
transportation topped the list at Crosby Lake Monday The Mosquito Control WM unableto >h. In other words, fogging/ on lakes will help only when don said the OEO representative commissioners that Perdue Office ty was RJliifr: : fo give the .-.rheml'( ] '

because the people have Indi- get the 10'hJl outboard motor 'running Monday morning the wind's right. suggested that CUBB ask Supply of Jacksonville the, $30.000 so the School Board

cated that they need these for a full time Head Start pro- third low bidder on metal !items could erect: Its own offii-' '

services before they can afford gram and request the same a- at 2003222. had also bid Wat- The School Board had been(

to take jobs or job train- mount of money presently being son roller shelves and therefore thinking: of using the $::11I.000) to,

ing. School granted for the summer pro- WPS In the same position as building an addition to the USO

OperationsTo gram, according to McClendon. The Telegraph In that the shelves Building.On .

As for the Day care centers He added that CUBB would pro- did not meet specifications. July 3. I8. Sii'"t Casey

Clay and Bradford Counties are bably be able to receive more George then recommendedthe appeared before( the Comnn"

beginning to work In that dir- money for 1970 71. Bowen Office Supplv bid of sinners to )press for a drtodtranswer .

ection, the VISTA Volunteer $20.451.50. the highest bid, be and to present. the
said. She suggested thatin Union It was pointed out that Head accepted the School Board's first formal "n,
and Baker Counties, the Foster Top $2.5 MillionTentative Start would be able to reach Commlss'oner' Commission.Ralph Bryan quest! for the Connni' MOM to
fewer children since It will
and parent Progam will ( the some federal be operating for a full yearon moved and Cammls'ioner Jes provide' offices staff for the ,rhml/ >< I Iadm'nlstratlon
government pay
the ale Chastain seconded!! that the
elderly poor people to act as figures for the same amount of money metal furniture (On that same ,day!; ,Tiny,, :1I1W1. J
foster grandparents) and child County School's Budget I (ma- will merge with RJE High Sch- dollars per student, will go up The board expressed confusion used for a two month pro- bid be awardedto ground was biok"n for the
IUE/ Commissioners J. M.
about $500
a year gram.
the uniform
could be combined thus about pay new $7l"oni coiut'iouAt >
care jor budget of the four school ool.Only (Buck) ><
"meeting two needs with one budgets) show that the 1069-! raise requested in the merges. which they thought "froze" Ca- However, several persons Norman and Zedra that meeting Como ,ir\
budget which would not be in Diggs raise, automatic under sey's salary since $14,000 was commented that some who are Hamilton were not present.
70 will be between $2 era told Casev that If <; '
program. budget $10001): )() nmalncel -
and line with the salary scale was Board policy also means the amount sel for county's the presently attending (Head Start The furniture bids were or-
505,000 and $2,510,000, ap- for the Supervisor Connie that Casey would go from $15, size of Bradford. However, are not really In dire need of glnally opened May 29 and ac- after the mm them.
As for low of about $100! "
a cost transpor- parent increase was built and fut'n"wel! n'v
845 to $16,349 if the Board help and they commented that cepted for review by the architect -
1.In 1. Clark. Casev asked that he be Casey said at a recent super-
tation 000
overlast Budget
Mrs. McClendonsaid year's would ,
system, be glad
to give
maintains it of payingthe round At the nu'i< i rvto
policy they June 2
upped from $12,270] to $15,000. intendent's meeting, he learned year program meeting Geor-
they could attempt two a three hour working ses- the School
Clark is this Board would probably be able to rea- be told the Board that several
assuming many ot the superintendent five that was not true.
methods per
: a pool of volunteers sion Tuesday night Superintendent County CArk} fiailrDai'
"which probably won't work"; Tom Casey told the oard responsibilities for the Instruc- cent more than the next highest members felt they needed a ch those children who really firms had not submitted" the required commented then that wth:! ; by'.
need it. u < -
tional program In the schools legal opinion. manufacturer's clfl-
or transportation cooperatives.She a "conservative estimate" of paid school officials. sp tect's
Casey! told the Board. If the year round programIs cations, photos, and color fees, furniture and nn
said it might be possibleto receipts for Budget I is $2, Salaries of other supervisorsand '
anticipated extra ,.
Charles he1 d'! ubt' il
Sawyer commentedthat funded by OEO, It will begin charts. He
Board members expressedsome recommended then
get a loan from the fed 510,229. Casey's figures show- principals were also revealed -
would be a 22 per cent confusion the In November and will be that because of tho'e there would be $3n: .nnn }left ti 1 m
over legality shortages
eral I
government's Small Bus- ed that expenses for Budget at Tuesdaynight'smeeting the $1
iness Association to get the would be 2504316. increase in salary In one year. of being able to raise Casey's Salaries are figured on a open to four year olds. the total award be given to million bond I j.Mie
"It's too big a raise," he said. After that decision was made On Jan. 8 of thisr',ii' tin,.'o
program off the ground.As Major portion of Budget I salary. (To maintain accreditation formula of amount of educationand Bowen. The Commission however school
Casey contended that Clark Board members and visitors board memh r. mil
the superintendent sim- bidders
this gave additionaltwo
is salaries. Last year number of years of ser- an .
should t.ot have been startedat discussed this year's HeadStart Supt. Casey" nealn wont! to tiv
must be the
ply highest paid weeks to
item cost 1610000. Thisyear's vice. Rank I means a doctorate supply the data
for jobs, Mrs. McClendonsaid this present salary. "I school official. If he received program which started this required.
tentative budget calls for degree or its equiva- (Continued on Page Pour)
that Ted Oglesby, direc- of about brought him in too low," he $1 more than Diggs, Bradford week. Someone from Union ---
$1,780,000, an
tor of the Bradford Union $170,000. commented. would still maintain its accred- lent; Hank II, masters degree 1 County wanted to know If there .

Vo Tech Center, has saidIf Questioned about this increase "That may be," Sawyer re- iation.) ,ifOontlmwl( on ,,PIUTA mnir (Continued on Page :Four) To Close Office Here
we can get five people together sponded. "But I think it's
who want a class, they'll Casey, working from asking for trouble and It's a aI! _... ......,.... --- __:t ........-......- ....-
a legal pad, said
figures on
class." The Neighborhood little out of line I r
start a would be
in 1969-70 there will be 13
Service Centers will take He opposed to that size increasein i Dr. Ritch AcceptsSt.
or 14 additional teachers. 1,
applications for classes. one year. t
said these teachers have been
"What we're going to stressis Other raises which producedsome
hired for enrichment l
that the poor give what they purposesand questions were BUS principal '+xr ,

can and then we provide what to handle. the increased School which load Kalph DIggs, who rece- Luke's Position
at Bradofc-d High
help we have, Mrs. McClen- ives $15,570 now and. at three .

don concluded.

Dr. T. G. Ritch, who has be with my family and time fi(,

Youths Fined been practicing medicine in net some rest" he commentedDr. !
Starke since 1953, will beg.u Ritch, was approached' bv

TRACK AND :t working in Jacksonville in the St. Vincent's a year or0 i alto

emergency room of St. Luke's: for the same type Job "but a>

FIELD DAY On Alcohol Charge Hospital on Tuesday July 1. that time I felt I couldn

Dr. Ritch said that while Friday !- leave." He said however In,

Also 4 will be his last day in the now feels that he must try this,

office, his office will remain! new Job.Woiklnii.
BIKE RODEO Three youths were fined $50 tering and grand larceny of the open for several weeks to help for St. Luke' 'he Will

each for possession of an alcoholic Blue Tavern here in 1967. Home 'MYSTERY MERCHANTS"branch take care of patients' records. not*bp allowed to have ,any 'J i

Friday June 27 beverage by a minor was extradicted from Georgia Ha added that he "wlU make vate patients. Dr. RiUhiic; ((
1 n [Plea
Day proceedings in for Tuesday's proceedings. .
every effort to find a compe- would miss this and "lal !"'
County; Court Tuesday, June Who are the Mystery Mer- of Commerce Board of Gov- stores throughout this
Sponsored Dy 94 Defendants who. pleaded not chants'? ernors.S. area. tent doctor to come to Starke"to would also miss the rel.i "i o

Roy Jackson guilty and whose cases were set replace him. which is present an >M >'e
Starke Recreation Dept. Timothy Allen That is the question puzzling
Thompson, and Walter Pate for trial included: Telegraph readers these daysas STANLEY NOEGEL: : pro- The Starke physician, who doctors in Starke.A .

Gassett, plcadedguilty; and were Martin Reid Watkins. 21, of new silhouettes are published I.. PEEK, Jr., presidentof prietor of Nocgel's: Auto Sales, will continue living here, has
PUBLIC INVITED fined $50 each by County Judge Gainesville, a motorcyclist who each week in the Mystery the Florida Bank at Starke. 1018 N. Temple Ave., came to formed a corporation with three native of Starke." Dr ">"'"

Theron A. Yawn. Merchants Contest now in pro- A native of Starke, Mr. Peek Starke in 1929 from I'alatka, and they will graduated from the m' il
was arrested June 17 by Brad has been with the bank for 32 other physicians school of Emory Univi-i 'v ,n
Jackson, under probation for gress. Fun and profit Is In and established his business provide 24-hour coverage of st.Luke's !
assault and battery ford Deputy Glen Moore and store for the winners as gift years, since its establishment in 1947. After having beenIn 1946 and Interned in the N.tvv

by the judge that he, was!had. told been charged with speeding and with certificates are presented to in Starke in 1937. He has been the automobile businessfor Dr. Ritch emergency commented room. that a After a year of Intern hip. lu

carrying a concealed weapon: identi- president since 1054. A mem- spent two years in ,.ubmar'iie
warned by his probation off- the first three persons 22 years Mr. Noegel claimsthe similar of physicians 1 Is
This :Space Contributed icer to mend his Hayward Barton failure to yield fying each Mystery :Merchant. ber of the Starke Notary Club, title of being "the oldest group at work in the emergency and diving medicine! Ha vva

Weekly to Publicize that last month he ways had been and right of way: Steve Foreman, Local businessmen who were :Vfr. Peek is also serving as dealer in town" from the stand- already room, of St. Vincent" with the first group of ply:1"! :
Chairman of the Board of
Community Events James Pit. featured on last week's Mystery contiiuous' In lans who graduated from theNavy's
by assault and battery: point of year
guilty of a traffic offense. The Trustees of the First Baptist Ho'pital, Jacksonville and that
Merchant pages were: business in Deep Sea Diving School
judge then revoked probationand tman. failure to control his vehicle Church. the automobile similar corporations are being

The Community gave Jackson a Jail term. : Calvin Starling, four countsof MARC JACKSON:'>J, executivevice Starke. Mer- formed all over the country."It and the Submarine School
to the Mystery
Now turn
State Bank In another case, the judge worthless checks. presidcntof Jackson BuildIng KOHr.HT BOWEN: managerofthe chants elsewhere in this was a real rough decls'on After being dlccharned: from

imposed two 10-day jail terms Pittman pleaded guilty to Supply Inc. A life long Starke branch of Florida issue and pages try luck at identifying to make to break my ties, the Navy the physician spent!

Account now Insuredup upon Hobert Home who last leaving the scene of an accidentand resident Starke, Mr..Jackson Pest Control. Has been with this week's your featured bus- here" he said. "It It with real two years at St. Vincent'!
Sept. 9 was arrested for dri- the company ever since itopened mixed emotions that I mado
was fined $35. has managed the business for inessmen.Be where he way a rotating resti
to $15,000 by ving while his license was revoked the five It its Starke branch ten years this decision." dent
The court also scheduled past years. was sure to register at every one year and a surgical
Federal Deposit insurance and for driving too fast In 1959, and was named which convinced
for preliminary hearings/{ for James established by his father in Mystery Merchant store so you The thing resident the second year ICe
Corp. road conditions. Home 1954. Marc Is current presi- manager three months ago. will be eligible for the grand him to make the change is that then practiced medicine for two
was on r probation from Cir- Davis, charged with aggravated dent of the Starke I.ions Club lorid.i TestControl with headquarters prize of $150 In gift certifi he will have considerably more year in Jacksonville before
cuit Court for breaking and en- (Continued on Page Four) in Gainesville; has
.. and a member of the Chamber cates. time off. "I will have time to returning to Starke in l'J5J.! :

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Linda DurranceIs Bonnie Rosier .

To To Wed Mr. DurbinIn
Of Interest ComplimentedMiss :

Linda Durrance whose Home CeremonyThe

marriage to Glenn Hicks was an
WOMEN event of Friday night, was wedding of Miss Bonnie
honored at bridal shower Louise Rosier and Raymond
Wednesday night of last week I_ I Edward Durban will be solemn
given by Misses Cleo Forsythand ized Saturday uune 28, at 8
t Gladys Mooty: Phone 964-7608' Sally Moore at the home of pm. in Grace Methodist
the latter on Kingsley Lake. Church. Lawtey. with a reception -
Arrangements of summer flowers following at the home of I
Mrs. Open House Given fi.AA, were used in the party the bride's parents Mr. and
ComplimentedAt For Father Griffih rooms. The refreshment Mrs. Marvin Rosier corner of
w A i'' 1 '{ f ),5 table was' covered with a i Lake and Grove streets Lawtey.All .
Two PartiesMrs. At Qraudon HomeMrs. white cutwork cloth and center friends and relatives are
with an artifical wedding ) Invited to attend.
)non I Koretz of Albany, Fred W. Graudon, Mrs. illt. j led .
N.V wa complimented last Carl D. Minx, and Mrs. Will- Tetstone-Sweat THE BRADFORD
Thursda; evening with a party iam B. Scoggins honored FatherA. ; "J 1 Mrs. Sarah Hunter
given In her honor by Mrs. G. Griffin at an open house Engagement Told COUNTY TELEGRAPH
Carl Roberts Sr. and Mrs.Randal Sunday evening at the home ol j Weds Mr. Lagasse Published every Thursdayat
F. Chitty, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Graudon.
the latter on Searing Street. Father Griffin left Wednes- Mrs. Sarah Hunter and AlI Mrs Mildred Testone and 138 W. Call Street '
Mrs. Koretz, a former res- day for a month in Ireland I fred Henri Lagasse were u- Zenas Tetstone announce the Starke, Florida 32091
ident of !Starke, is visiting her and will then go on to his | nited In marriage Friday, June engagement of their daughter, Second class postage paidat
I John Henry
mother, firs Arlin McKnight, mission in Sierra Leone West fhurch St. Williams Catholic Mary Katherine, to Mrs. Starke, Fl01'lda.SlIblCrlPUon .
for a month before returningto At n eIa. ssi in. Keystone Heights Sweat, son of Mr. and
1 r .
her -indies. She and her Mr. Graudon received guestsat uars I with Father Edward Kirby and Alfred Sweat of Macclenny.Miss Rates
husband "re attending New York the door and presented themto Mr. And Mrs. C. T. McManus Dr. E. F. Montgomery of Lake Tetstone was a 1969 In trade area: $3.CO per
State Lnnersitywhere they both the Father Griffin and Mrs. City performing the ceremonyin graduate of Bradford High t year; $2.75be months.
will receive;! their Doctorate in Minx. Miss Randine Chism invited Observe 50th Wedding Anniversary the presence of the Imme- School and is employed at the Outside trade area: $3.50
Educatio. the latter part of guests into the dining room diate families and a few close Bradford County Library.Mr. ; $3.00 six' months
next yeas t where the buffet'table was cov- Mr. and Mrs. Carlton T. Mc- side at 740 N. Lake St. friends. Sweat is employed by per year
The 26 guests were seated at ered with a white cut work Manus celebrated their 50th Among the guests was Mrs. Attending the couple were the T & G Steel Erector Co.
card tables placed in the living cloth, and held on arrangementof wedding anniversary Sunday, Charles F. Casey of Victor- Theron Hunter, son of the bride, ----- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- ----
and family rooms. Small j yellow and white chrysanthemums. June 22, at a reception in the vine, Calif., a sister of Mrs. and Dr. F. S. Lagasse of I
of spring flowersIn ", Silver of sand- McManus. Brooker brother of the .
arrangements! trays Presbyterian manse on Cherry groom. 3Jct t ttt rpri5C5PHESE1"TS :
crystal compotes centered wiches and small fruit tarts, Street. Mr. and Mrs. McManus have The couple is residing at
each tatle and other formal Miss Lana TurnerIs and compotes of nuts and mints three children, Mrs. Martha Mr. Lagasse's home on Lake
bouquets were placed throughout were served. Mrs. Scoggins Mr. and Mrs. McManus were Pye, Starke; C. Todd McManus, Geneva. I ITS
the .irtv> room EngagedTo poured punch, assisted by Mrs. married June 18, 1919 In Sar- Valencia, Pa., and Thomas Mc-
Following a dessert course, Mr. Dowdy Gus Kopelousos, Susan Scog- ver, Pa., moved to Florida Manus with the U.S. Navy, and Birthday Party I I II
several progressions of bridge gins and Jan Graudon.Mr. twelve years ago and now re- two grandchildren. Regular Thursday Night Dance
were en loyed. Five prizes and Mrs. Joseph Cissy, For Mrs. BroskyMrs.
awarded at the conclu- Mr. and Mrs. D. F. Turnerof
were Mr. Minx and William Scog- STAURINGMOUSE
Putnam Hall annouce the engagement Ronald Goodman gavea
.s nlasula
sion of tne party. floor hosts
gins, Jr. served as
The hostesses presented:Mrs. of their daughter, during the evening.Arrangements IG surprise birthday party for I
Koretz. with a book of poetryas Lana, to Norman W. Dowdy of yellow and u; her grandmother, Mrs Laura
a monento of the occasion. Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Nor- white chrysanthemyms were Broskey, on Sunday evening on I
\sslstla: the hostesses in serving man VI. Dowdy Sr. of Starke. also used in the living room her 80th birthday anniversary.The .
weie Mrs. Bobby; Ferguson Miss Turner attended Mel- and family room.A -- party was held at the And The
School and is Boys i iI
High em-
and !Mrs. Ronald Rardon. rose gift of remembrance was Goodman home on Ellington
Invited i) renew acauaintances ployed at Starke Industries Inc. presented to Father Griffin by Mr and Mrs. James Dreier Sgt.and Mrs. Eugene Willard Road where four generationswere -
were foimer, classmates and Mr. Dowdy is a 1965 graduateof the hostesses. of Oregon, Ohio announce the Pass annouce the birth of a son, represented Including I NATIONAL GUARD
friend; .f the honoree. Bradford High School and is friends were Invitedto birth of a daughter, Joyce Kevin Gene, June 24 in Lake Mrs. Rose Mary Strickland ARMORY "
employed at Draw Tite Com- Sixty Elaine June 12 in Shore Hospital Lake City. Mrs.
- the hoursof on Toledo. Ellington Mrs. Evelyn Good
pany. attend Maternal grandparents are Mr. Pass is the former Beverly and Thursday June 26 8:30 I Irlfe
:Mr. ai J :Mrs.[ L. N. Pickeringgave 7 and 9 o'clock.Harriett man Miss Edith Rochelle :
a arty for Mrs. I Koretz The wedding will take place and Mrs. J. L. Cole, formerly Jean Crawford. Goodman ,
Saturday night at their home on July 18 at 8 p.m. at the homeof of Starke. --------- -- -- --
Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Milli-
Redgrave Street. can in Keystone Heights. Loudon
Among the ten guests was Bradford /7
announces -
Mrs. M.J. Pickering of Gaines- Weds Mr. CarterWednesday CounHgspitaJ rths:

ville. CliattScottEngagement Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ed- Denmark's LIVING
Told ward Leach, Starke, a son, ROOMFURNITURE
Charles Edward Leach Jr.,June
Miss Harriett Loudon daughter
Mrs. (ulia Wells 16. .
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. ClIatt of of Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Lou.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Na-
Weds Mr. UnderhillMrs. Columbia S. C. announce the don Jr., and Jack Carter .son
than Green, Starke, a son,
engagement of their daughter, of Mrs. J. F. Carter and the Bradford Edward, June 19. .
Julia Wells and Paul Susan Cannon to Richard Doyle late Mr. Carter were united In Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Johnson
Underh 1 were united in mar- Scott son of Mr. and Mrs. C, E. marriage Wednesday June 25, Wadsworth, Hampton, a son, SALELOOKS
riage Saturday, June 14, at the Scott of Brooker. at 4:30: p.m, in the First Meth- Justin Todd, June 23.
First irlstian, Church parsonage Miss Cliatt! graduated from odist Church with Rev. DeWitt
wile. t Charles Reese performing Dreher High School in Columbia Farabee performing: the cere
the nuptials. S, C. and Florida State mony In the presence of the
Mr. bid :Mrs.[ John G. Dam- University. She has Just com immediate families and a few
pier we>'e attendants. pleted a year of teaching in the close friends. IT'S TIME TO THINK OF COMFORT... and SAVINGS
Follo'ring the ceremony a Jefferson County Florida school
small reception: was held at the system Attending the couple were

home ol Mr. and Mrs. Warren Mr. Scott graduated from Mrs. William Rosser and Larrj .....,
Winkle for the members of Bradford Crawford.A 1'.- ; :::,, '
High School and at .. ..., "
the imi ledlate families and a tended Florida State University. small reception was leek'at ..": to >, ...." 1- C ) "" "'t >. I .
few clot. o friends. lIe is employed by the Borden the home of the bride's par A 3 ,. <. .. < .
After spending last week at Company. ents following the t'.., of' -' 4 '" .. .- ,.
ceremony.The .
;;f l"h
: [ Un- !
Cedar Keys, Mr. and Mrs. After the August 16 weddingin :. -: "' '. n ..
derhill are at home at 615 Tallahassee the couple will couple Is residing at the '.A'. -'..,"...".;:._. 1t'ilb' ,
Carter home ,;
Francis Street. live! in San Francisco, Calif. on Bayless Highway

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2 PIECE SOFA BED Rockers 2 PC. Living Room

t 1 Green Tweed, 1 Gold Tweed SuitesBeige
look AT This Nylon Covers 2 Prints, Foam Seats and Backs Extra Heavy Reinforced Vinyl,

LittleNewmanEngagement Reg. $169.95 1 Torq, 1 Avocado, 3 Genuine
Reg. $49.95 Rubber Cushions in Sofa, Kick

ToldMr. Sale Price $139.95 Pleats, Hand. $299.95Springs

and Mrs Clifton J. Lit- Sale Price $39.95
tle of Lake City announce the

engagement and approaching Sale Price $249.95
marriage of their daughter,
Mary Jean to Ronald E. Newsman - -

son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert 2 PC. Spanish
J. Newman of Starke. 2 Pc.Living Room Suite 3 ONLY -
The wedding will take place R oom Suites

July 3 at 8 p.m. In the Churchof Blue, Green, Genuine Rubber 1 Fabric, 1 Vinyl, All Foam 2 PC. Living Room
Jesus Christ of Latter Day Cushions, 3 Cushions on SofaCushions in Seat and Back Suite
Saints.: Hand Tied Coil Base
All friends and relatives are Spring 1 Beige Nylon, 1 Brown-Gold
I Invited to attend. Reg. $299.95 Reg. $259.90 Tweed, 1 Toast, Foam Cushions,

i Sale Price $249.95 Sale Price $$219.95 Coil Spring Reg.Base$199.95

Sale Price $169.95
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I spent last week in the Smoky ONLY 2 Pc. Living Room
I Mountains. 1 ONLY
Suites -
: Mrs. Jose Alvarez and granddaughters -
I Helena, Hanna and 2 PC. Living Room Suite Early American Love
Lazy Money I Harietta Hayes of Miami, and 1 Toast, 1 Avocado, Genuine I
I Miss Martha Jo Deas of Lake Biscuit Tweed, Hand Tied Coil Rubber Cushions, 3 Cushions In Seat
: City are guests this week of Spring Base, Poly Dacron CushSofa, Hand Tied Coil Spring Torq-Gold Tweed, Genuine Rub
I Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hayes/ ions, Self Decking Base her Cushions, Arm Caps, Box
LET US PUT YOUR MONEYTO I I at Kingsley Lake. Pleats

I Dr. and Mrs. O. L. Haynes Reg. $329.95 Reg. $299.95 Reg. $169.95
Jr. have as visitors at their

WORK \ cottage George Fronhagen Stevenson on Santa of Atlanta.Fe and Lake Mrs.Mrs.Mrs.Carl Sale Price $279.95 Sale Price 249.95 Sale Price $139.95

Stevenson was a guest last week,
and Mrs. Fronhagen is remain-
ing for a month. 3 ONLY -
First Federal Has Just Paid EarningsFor Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Haddock, 2 PC. French Provincial 2 PC. Living Room Suite

daughter, Phyllis, and son, 2 PC. Sofa Bed Suites Living Room Suite Avocado Tweed, Genuine Rub
the Second Quarter on Bruce, spent last Wednesdayat ber Cushions, Self Decked, Kick
St. Augustine Beach. They 1 Vinyl 1 Tweed Gold, Genuine Rubber Cushions,
1 Nylon Pleats, Hand Tied, Coil Springs
went to Jacksonville Beach on Self
Decking, Coil Spring Base
SAVINGS ACCOUNTS Saturday to attend the weddingof Reg. $119.95
their niece Rosemary Grif- Reg $299.95 Reg. $269.95
fin, to Bob Hughes, and on Sun-
day they attended the Haddock Sale Price
family reunion in Kingsland,Ga. $89.95 Sale Price $229.95

REMEMBER : First Federal Sale Price $249.95

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Pays MORE! ST.CATHOLIC Sunday EDWARD'S Mass,Churches Sam Starke,: and Many Other Sofas, Chairs, Platform Rockers and Recliners from

t 9U; a.m.Thursday ,
I Mass, 6:30 p.m.
Which To Choose.
I Miraculous: Medal Novena:

: Saturday, 7 p.m.
: ST. WILLIAM'S. Keystone

-1' SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION I Heights "It's A Fact You Can Do Better At"
.1 aE : Sunday Mal'. p .." .
I Wednesday Mass Novena
( O4))krl0e4.Ml wear MADISON smee I 7 p.m.
rmi,nooo mi I Denmark Furniture Co.
I ST. MARY'S Maeclcnnyi:
: Sunday Mass, 11:30 a.m.


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H. II. Adams is home Mickey R. Dansby son of Mr. Mrs. W.E. Middle ton and Miss ?' I DO YOU CAR I BOUGHT FROM THETv/.DEAT??
after undergoing surgery inS and Mrs. R. O. Dansby was Madge Middleton visited Mr. SURVIVE ?
Luke's Hospital last week. among 164 students in the and Mrs. W. D. Jones and Mrs. R+ BALDWINJiHiVlWttTOUS
Mr. and Mrs. Carl HIggs University of Florida's "top Mae Jones in Jacksonville Sun- 1
and children are returning to 10 per cent class" recenly initiated dav. ; _
their home In Independence Into Phi Kapps Phi national .
Mo. today after ten days visit honor fraternity which Mrs. Weltha Milliard of Law- ull', ...TICK. UP THE LOCAL: / o
with Mr and Mrs. Lavon An- recognizes academic scholar- tey, Mrs. Myrtle Priest of NEWS PAP E.-R. -
drews. ship in all areas. Starke, and Mrs. Nina Fox of GKOCERlES-AKIP 1 -
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Minx were East Palatka have been admit- MEAt BACK
on a seven day cruise to Bermuda ted to the Starke!Nursing; Home.
last week. Wayne Black who has enlisted Mr. and.Mrs Merritt Williams -
Gene Wiggins and Tom Tit- with the U. S. Coast who have purchased the "
us spent Sunday to Thursday Guard for four years will leave P.J. Novak home on Country
In !Nassau; Friday for Cape Maine. N.J. Club Road moved in over the
Tnnnlfi Chasteen! of Belle for nine weeks boot camp. weekend. Helping them move r"I + Thank You For Your Wonderful

Galde was a weekend of were their daughters and Cam-

Vicky Belle Turner.Glade with Vicky Connie returnedto guest Wed- last The Wednesday junior high afternoon MYF spent at lor ilies.Jr.Mr.of Jacksonville and Mrs.Linton and Tav-Mr. Pvt.Scores I ; : i i j Response to Our Third Amiiver-

Anastasia Island State Park. of At-
and Mrs. Pat Parrish
nesday a week's visit.
Enjoying the beach party and lanta. On nary SALE

Mrs. J.' R. Chasteen Jr."of picnic supper were 24 mem-
bers of the MYF and guests.
Pvt. James A.
Belle Glade
spent Saturday to
Wednesday with Mrs. Chas- Chaperoning the group were Mrs. Charles Mc Quaig and of Mr. and Mrs. J.
teen Sr. in Keystone Heights. Mr. and Mrs.Don Harderbrook children of Waycross Ga.spent of Route 2, Starke
Miss! Susan Wlsnrins was visit- Mrs. Doyle Crews, Rev. De- the weekend with her parents select group of
ing Mr. and:Mrs.Tom Southwellin Witt Farabee and Richard Mr. and Mrs. Mack Williams at the U.S.
Jacksonville over the week Smith. Lt. Richard Hobbs who is in Center Fort ,
the Army for two years will have scored the
end.Judge and Mrs. T. A. Yawn ford Local County admittances Hospital this to Brad-week leave Friday for nine weeks points on the
Jr. and family spent last weekat training at Fort Knox. Ky. Mrs. combat
include Mrs. Pearl Haertle,
: Hobbs will remain with her par- ,
their'summer, N. C. home in Whittier Keystone Heights; Miss and Cheryl ents,.Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Dixon A member of
Lynn Higginbotham Regina and continue her studies at 2nd
Brigade Pvt.
Mrs. A. G. Yongue oCReddick Griffls. Lawtey Mrs. Pearl
is visiting :Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Wingenback, Melrose; ; Mrs. Santa Fe Junior College. awarded Club Certificate"a plaque

Caldwell this week.Mr Harriett Addison and Mrs. Mrs. O. L. Beaslev and Mrs. high score in .
: and Mrs. S. W. Reed Desta Dyal Hampton; Tony J.W. Kincaid were visiting Mr. The test consists
and daughter Donna of Mer- Stalnaker, Brooker; and Mrs. and Mrs. C. C. Hoppe in Tam- one mile run,
ritt Island are spending several Mavis Goodge, Mrs. Lois A.
pa last week where the Hoppe'swere low crawl, run -
weeks with :Mrs. Reed's bro- Thornton and Mrs. Emma Gar- celebrating their 45th man carry
ther In law and sister ber Starke. } "
wedding anniversary. ladder. These'
Mr. and Mrs.[ Alfred Lagasse Mrs Eve Baldwin and Mrs carefully chosen to _i\i\ U of Keystone Heights Mrs. La- :Miss Betsv Matthews is vis- .1
;\ F. J. Shaw returned Saturday the most' !
gasse, the former Mrs. Sarah iting her brother in law from a week's cruise to Ber- strength and
Hunter is confined with her leg and sister, SSgt and Mrs. muda. for infantrymen. 'II' %
I" .
in a cast for six weeks aftera John Miller and family in Wich- .E9t "
fall last week at home where ita Falls, Texas for two weeks. Following :
Mack! Williams
Mr. and Mrs.
she injured her knee. Mr. and :Mrs. W. E. Wilcox of Pensacolaare (raining at Fort M. 3
Jr. and daughters
Mrs. F. \\'. Graudon was will return to their home in McCrary was
: and Mrs[ Williams

called to Palmyra, Pa last Fort Lauderdale Sunday after grade E 2
Thursday by the death of her a month at the Adklns cottageon Sr. this week. policy providing: USED C RS

mother, Mrs._ S. Wentling.\ Klngsley!; Lake. Mr. and Mrs. M 1. A. Baldwin outstanding

Sr. have been visiting relativesin been assigned to I
New the two
DeVoe of Fort Jersey past - -
SP/4 Denton
about training. Ills Anlomatic Tran
all Benning Ga. is home on a weeks. : I !Door .Soilin Six Cylinder .\utlmatic' Trim-.
month's leave before going to Mr. and Mrs. Bob Williamsof US Pvt 53703033.James $ JLO7O* OQIi I Power Sloerin.:' Radio} & Heater White Sidewall -
]l1 Fort Ord, Calif. Gainesville spent the week- '{
end with Frank Williams at Crystal Batt., 3rdU TheVeij I.nwIill'agl": 2090'
wBY Bob Griffin of San Jose Calif. Lake. Polk, La. It.ilanro: : Of "r.'iclorv Warranty
is visiting his brother in-law _
and sister, Mr. and Mrs. C. Mrs. J. F. Bloodworth and ; ::! !! .Vntomatic 1967 FORD FAIRLANE - -

NANCY'S FLOWERS S. Haddock, for two weeks. daughters Ellen and Carol were : er Steering Silver I Duo! Sedan Sly <'y lindt'r Automatic' Trms.Rad ; "
in the weekend
Quincy over
visiting Mrs.! Bloodworth's par- D .I $1485 : :) Heater White Sidewall! STiie <
ROSE OF S1lARONThe Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Jack- 1389
Rose of Sharon comes In son of Jacksonville were Sun- ents, Mr.[ and Mrs. C.W. Bran- : < I 1.11111,.. find Runs Good,

a wide range of colors with day visitors of Mr. and Mrs.H. don Sr. Mr. and :Mrs 1967 CHEVROLET IMPALA .

either single cr duble blooms. B. Hamilton. [r. and Mrs. Harold Godwin attended the . . -
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Gilder val In 1 Dooi Sedan V-S .
Ths: shrub Chiefland 1 Kngine Automatic Power
produces the weekend with Mr. and :
and children and Mr. and Mrs.R. Trans. Good Tires :: Air Conditioned S:;
a lovely Mrs. Jim B. Godwin in Avon OIH.'II1\! -
Mr. and :Mrs W' \
H. Grider visited the Rod- Car 1686
display: of large man Dam and St. Johns River Park. of Coleman were $395' tf.ulio; jfr Heater

blooms. locks at Palatka on Sunday. Dr. F. E. Bollinger is visiting visitors of Mrs. K.
a'.. This rose is In friends and relatives in 1966 CHEVROLET - - .

.r .'. bloom: in the late St. Paris Ohio. L.D. Green I :2! Door Snort-* Tonne V-S Tn"ine] Power Steerinu
General -
, Summer when :Mr.[ and Mrs. Smith DeVoe The Williams family reunionwas Hospital
many of the more spent the past two weeks In held Sunday at the Edwin observation and i Radio R IleaterVhite: Sidewall SiT'r 1385
a'V common varieties Beach Haven, N. J. on bus- Williams cottage on Kingsley $1495 =' i _<".* Kxcrllenl_ Condition_ .
t of flowers iness and pleasure.Mrs. Lake with approximately 30 Mr. and Mrs
have disappeared The Rose of J. Thomas Staab and attending.The of Barnsville Ga.ILOIOA'T! 1965 FORD LTD SEDAN - -

Sharon is also known as althea children visited :Mr. and Mrs. visitors of :Mrs . .. I Door V-S Automatic Power Slcrrintr. P -werHi.'ikiN
John L. Staab in Dunedin last
and its proper name is Hibiscus Wednesday to Saturday. Junior Woman's Clubex- Mr. and Mrs[ S. 380 : : Air Conditioned, "
ecutive board met Monday nightat 1253
and Mrs Clyde Radio A Hvater'
Rose of Sharon b a very hardy the home of Mrs. Harry guests of Mr. and
shrub growing over most of the Capt. and Mrs. Smith DeVoeJr. Gruen. Mrs. Mary Grace Bro- Slade on their -
United States. Tills: particular ., of Fort Gordon, Ga., were oke, Jacksonville district dir- Bahamas from ) 1965 CHEVROLET BISCAYNE .
last Thursday Tuesdayguests ector, spoke to the group on club \ Auto. Trans.'
shrub can obtain heights of up day. Automatic Trans I )Door Sedan Radio &
V-S "
to 10 feet. of Mr. and Mrs. DeVoe Sr. projects and procedures. $1-95' :
Roses are the favcrtte of many From here they went to Fort S/Sgt. and { Beater- White Sidewall Tires (Green; !$899
Bliss Texas for three months Mr. and Mrs. Henry Godwin With Green; Interior
Americans: and if ycu prefer:: Wynn of Fort I I
and daughter Barbara, and
after -
which Capt. DeVoe will
why not get the best selection home for the .
roses - -
Johnson and house
Mrs. Lola .
from leave for Vietnam. They left j\ 1963 FORD GALAXIE 500 - -
by srciering: our
their two rhllrlrpn with the sen- guests Mr. and Mrs. William Mr. and Mrs $' :
firm. We tailor; cur business to ior DeVoes for two weeks. Launhart of !Newton; Kas. spent sos and daughters 995 I 1 Door V-8 Automatic Tran. 687

suit your needs. the weekend at Cedar Key. ham Ala. will i i Power Steering Radio & {Heater

here next week.
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Mr. and Kenneth Grader
Miss Beulah . .. .
NEW WestinghouseSPECIAL and daughter Kathy spent 1965 FORD GALAXIE 500 -
cinnati, Ohio is : Ii
last at Park
Wednesday Orange $
and St. Augustine.Mrs. Mrs. Vernon [ /Ol? I Poor, Swtiin' v.t. I I'nirln1 Auti'mtt4,' 083
and Mrs. A. C. \\' tic PI.WIM Sti-prlnu! Undid/ R< Iloitrr A i

MODEL SOUTHERNER W. E. Dowling and daughter weeks.

Marion, and Mrs. Betty : :
Register and daughters spent Mrs. Harry (; K
Room Air Conditioner Monday at Crescent Beach. eville N.C. and [ 1960 CADILLAC SEDAN DEVILLE -

Mrs. H. M. Richarde spent Harry Sellers Jr. I Door V-S Automatic Trans.;; Power
of Arden, N: C. $485
the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Steerinu; and Brake
Mr. and :Mrs L.
Lyle Buck and family in Pa- d
for ten days.
Mrs. Lester

iiIjWe Clyde B. Terwlllegar was my Weekly of TON. . 1966 CHEVROLET TON ..

visiting College of his Charleston son, Byron Charleston at the ven Brenda were Epperson Sunday G Cylinder I' Pick-Up LiRht; (;reen With Fawn Interior 6'

S. C. over the weekend.- and Mrs. F. W. ; Si 1585 Stepside Body Standard Trans.. Kadic-: Amp' &

e II Mrs. Jessie Young returned =I Oil Gauges; Side :.Mounted Spare S 1440:
III II III I last Wednesday from a ten-day Tire Excellent. Condition
I III I VIII orchid safari in the mountainsof _ I
I IIIIIIIIIIIIIIII !Nicaragua; Central America.Mr. 1966 CHEVROLET TON :
II I I : Grip S 64 Itno---
11 *
IIUUIIIIIItll [ Marc Jackson and her .gyp 8 Fleetside ling)' 1 Speed Trans. 327

I parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. V-8 Engine l Heater Dark (Green; $1472
Smith of \\llllston TON . .
were in A Real (Good flu y _
Tallahassee last Friday when Heater 3 Speed
Joseph E. Smith was admittedto PICKUP .
1961 FORD /2 TON -
doter $ -
the Florida Bar. J9
24,000 BTU Mrs. Charles Parker and A A 1 Speed Trans. Radio & Heater $394

children of Cocoa spent last Dip Tires -

I .1 Infinite position thermostat week Wells.with Mr.Mr.Parker and joined Mrs. M.C.them .,...x.rii. viii. cirri .. .." ....." .irlx.rrria.. .Irlrrlrxrrl/Lrllr/rrlll.l.lxrl/r/INrr.rrx111''NlN.fill''lr. / ,,".,..._. ....""........"......_"...".,.,..............,,....../.IrrlNlr.

1 Two speed fan over the weekend. Time to TRADE UR 19620LDS

High cool or night cool Mr. and Mrs. W.W. Hood
Air directional louvers will have as guests their son, 'Well take Iohd.a! >' Sedan Loaded
anything (iiiaranteed To
SK/3 Ricky flood of Norfolk (}thll1.1t.
Protected by Westinghouse Nationwide Sure Va., who arrives Friday for Work.OR .
Service. ten days leave; Mr. and Mrs. FVR TREE ) you can drive in!

VV.W. Hood Jr. and two sons of $ 195a '
Kalamazoo. Mich., ana MISS Th. ...
Clare McMahon of
Above product available in l3/4" and 2%" Charlotte, r Nary ,( .
N.C., all for two weeks visit. hun icon* wi." "'"' I .-..- nunnnuuurx-nu. . ..,. .
mat sizes. Order 9RC-4315..5# each. l I.t .f d..m fl moon'nu.Nmmnl"I1) nnunu nuuuunrlr.rrr.r. ? n rnm' n IxxuwunxuA /x
.. .,
I 4" mat, 9RC-4316. ... ... .. .. ..5 each. Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Furlongand Soo.* cn'. TN pr .p SU
i :
family of Tifton, Ga. spent Thit HURRICANE inclyrf .
the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. tpMtion ./ y..
V. V. Hazen. for limbc .. tr
.. .
weak r tt n
$ O Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Herlong mtnrffltiOfit. for
329 have had as visitors Mark Her Ile Th.. ..f l I...no........ "
long and Eddie Hall and son of "m1). rut / /
Jacksonville on Monday and gems. S.'In pp'fl the. 0 / d
Easy Mrs. Corine Purvis of Gaines .ornpM

: ville on Tuesday. au ff your

Herb Parson or Orlando is the *. Phone
new director and manager of
SLADE Camp Montgomery. Mr. and
! Mrs. Parson and family movedto FLORIDA
the Camp on June 10. TREE
Theron Hunter an electrician ,
i for a contracting company in :
Cleveland. Ohio, was home last
week to attend the marriage crt 30JJ N W 6''"
332 W. Madison: St. Phone 964-7701 his mother Mrs. Sarah Hunter OAlNtSVIIU, Latcr Your Favorite Dealer"JUNE
to Alfred Lagasse.

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School-Budget StudiedContinued s ttttmv&% I

Book Instead Of Flower '

( From Page une $} z Y {

I Supervisors) also receive a$750 schools (Including teachers by the Bradford Education Association this week. BEA President

a tial year" "supervisors diferen- aides) $142,315; operation of Marilyn Roberts presents a check tj Librarian Martha

plants, $146,510; maintenanceof I Minx,

Supervisors receives: L. 11. plant$30,000;transportation, The BEA voted to donate funds to the library Instead of par.

Gibson, Rank I, $13,950; FosteiSht 880,000; insurance$15,500re-; chasing flowers for deceased teachers or members of their fam.
Smith, Lucille Payne and tirement, $128,552; county tax .. ,.
M tile
collector, $3,680; Santa Fe Jr. The donation this year Is given In memory of !..oll1lleZImmerm.n.
P, 1.olin, Rank n, $12,270.
Principals, all Rank n except College $13,193.Rodney {'{ husband! of Mrs. EaTsalrne Zlmmerson, a teacherof

\ R. Ferguson who is Hall voiced Hampton Elementary and In memory of Mrs. Jessie Elston,

Hank 1 I. received the following concern about the small mother of Mrs Annie Laurie Morgan, teacher at Starke Elementary.

salaries; T. C. Anderson, WE, amounts budgeted for .
S12.240; Richard Jockel, $14, maintanace, as he did last year

682:?: Lennard Register, Hampton during budget work sessions.He _. ....-::l. ,,110I
$11,190; Curtist !IWarlowe, said that each year instruc- 1,263 Receive *w\yv**%

tional costs go up but they do Welfare Funds
Iawtc Elementary, $12,615; J. J
nothing to improve the maint-
C. Hobbs, Southside !
Charles Francis, Starke Elementary enance budget. Here In May

$13,440: \. R. Ferguson Sawyer asked about teachers
aides and said he has heard
'\ ; Ogelsbyo During May the Florida De-
i j
eeh7DirectoTed complaints that there not
\ r, $13,470; are !t1 partment of Public Welfare pro-
Millard! Brown, Vo-Tech night enough of them. Casey replied vided aide to 275,044 persons, 4
that the recent session of
Director, S12.690; Jessie Moore with 1,263 persons in Brad- >
Anderson J r" High, $12, the Legislature just formally :::1 Wayne Bennett above, I* the tint Bradford m1: ford County receiving aide.

150; and Walker ;Stuart: BUS he recognized thinks the teacher Board aides should and :: FFA member to ever win the State harmon- ::::: Total cost for the programIn <

assistant principal, $11,550. ::1: lea 1=1= May was $8,380,028, with
wait until aides duties are more playing contest He Is the ion of Mr. and : 4 11110/

were Other: salaries figures for gUen systems bv Casey- clearly defined before more are :;= Mrs. Donald Bennett of L.wtey. :ifi-: the the State remaining paying paid$1,785,082 by match-, and ".
wide clerical help and secre- emplojed. ::: He won in competition at (the State FFA :;:|:;i Ing Federal funds. Of this 4

taries, $21,900 ( this includes Due to the figures fact that were few given com- .1:1:: Convention In Daytona Beach by playing Us :i-j amount $47,147 was spent In 4
the $3,600 made by Mrs. Tom by Casey at Tuesday night's ::: own composition called "Freight Train Blues;" .::::: Bradford County. ]
Casey employed three fourthsof In
: Clay County 1,132 persons
The ;
meeting Telegraph feels
the time as Casej's secretary unable to compare this bud- : ::::::::::::::x::::::::::x-:::::::::*:::.::*:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ; received $32,621 worth of aide <

); textbooks:: $19,339; sec- Y and In Union County 435 per-
get with last year's Budget I. 4
sons received $17,993 worth of
As the
budget moves from ten-
tative to definite, The Tele- RECREATION NEWSSOUTHERN aide. <
Youths Fined .

graph will attempt to give Saturday, June 28, at 6 pm. at

At Plea Day comparison figures. the Elks Lodge. Trophy presentations

will be made at this
YearRoundHead DISCOUNT POLICE DEPARTMENT: time. Special fun Io
TAKES BANTAM TITLE games will be <

(Continued From Page One) Southern Discount won its ;IS RUNNER-UP played Friday night, June 27, 4 J
Police met both
Start final Department at 6:30: and 8 p.m. All four
game In a big way, 10-3,
]BPOE and Coca-Cola in games teams will be divided and made '
assault and over present 2nd place team
Henry :Monday. Both -
(Continued From Page One) :played games Into 2 teams. <
assault:: with J intent t t to BPOE to win the championship were play-offs of tie games earlier Final Standings '(won-lost-.
murder is room in the Bradford County of the Bantam League with an j in the season. GB): <

Sadie:: Thomas:!!;, an elderly and program for children from Union 8-4 record. BPOE and Police had tied 7- Southern Discount. 8-4-0 Po-
This! :
infirm McClendon said there was BPOE's final opportunity 7 back in May. In today's playoff -
woman was placed on lice, 7.5.1; BPOE. 6-6-2; Coca- <
will be for about 20 to gain first but ONCERTIFICATES
space place, :
probation for 18 months upon children Eddy the Police scored in the fi-st Cola, 395.TRACK" <
Dyal and
teammates were Inning< and then held off BPOEto
her conviction on liquor 1<1tolations. \\' Another commentedthat ready for FIELD DAY
person this! one. The Elks j
win the game 87. Kevin Kelley
The court announced SET
the people In Union County started strong scoring runs in
was the winning pitcher.In ,
want a Head Start program in the first Inning, but Southern: The special event to climax <
iat a jail term would serveno the game with Coca-Cola, the first week of the OF DEPOSITSMINIMUM
useful purpose. in view of that county. Board members Discount came back with 4 big which was a must win for Police Playground Program <
replied that the Union will feature -
County ones and for
the defendant's and all practical pur- to 2nd place, the (
; age physical earn
School Board is opposed to the poses that was the and a Track & Field Day and a
condition game game, which was tied i 2-2. tooK Bicycle Rodeo for '
boys and
Head Start the !
program and that'swhy championship.
Floyd and Katherine Fugatt! there is in extra innings before the Police! girls. The children will be classIfied i CERTIFICATE:
no that
were fined $75 each for failure count program Dyal hurled for the Champs! won it 62. Keith Kelley was the into age groups for compe.

to keep their son in !"school. Another visitor also had earning his 6th victory of the winning pitcher, allowing no titlon in the following events: $5,000.00 --- SIX MONTHS MATURITIESHFLORIDA
season, allowing 3 base hits hits In the 2 Innings. Kelley
On a lighter note Betty questions concerning the med- 25 and 50 yd. dash; shuttle relays -
striking out his! of 13 worked of
average out a real Jam as
Prescott. 20. of Brooker. was ical cost involved in the IIS broad jump, sack race,
per game, and issued 4 baseson Coca-Cola had the bases loaded and Softball
program. McClendon said that throw.
fined S2> for having no valid balls. Eddie Blalock went
and but
only one out. kept The Bicycle
$13,000 has been budgeted for Rodeo will con-
drivelicense and S25 for Clay and $13,000 for Bradford all the way for the Elks, allow. them from scoring. Police put 3 sist of the basket weave, relays,
hitching a bicycle to II'ehi- ing 7 base hits 3 walks, and back to back to double to work dashes and a contest for the:
cle striking out 9 batters. and scored 4 runs in the 8th best decorated
bike. The events
When it developed that the Board SearchesFor Randy Martin and Andy inning Claude Dinkins led Police will be topped off with water-
woman' husband had been Crews each had 2 hits for Discount out with a double and a melon eating and
on the
ridins the bike that was being while Randy Crews, single. Ray Whittle Scott; slip and slide BANK 'AT S TAR K E

towed the court attempted to HomeContinued Tommy Wise and Dyal each Hicks and Keith Kelley had 1 TINY TOTS PLAN

find out whbut drew no had one hit For BPOE Randy Police hits. TRIP TO RANCH Member. Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
David Gaines,
and Dale These games ended the regular The Tiny Tot
( From Page One) Johns each had bae hits Bantam season. All players Monday and will program climax began the One of 30 Banks of the Florida National: Group

In the 2nd game played June will be honored at a party first week of fun with a visit to
County Comml'sloners.!' The an 19, Police Dept! kept its chances hosted by BPOE Lodge 1802' Buffalo Ranch this Friday.
swer1. were the sam If there alive for the runner-up spot by

were money: : left over the School edging Coca-Cola 3-2 in a real '.'
response.ISE Board::> would pet It. And Com thriller.! Kevin Kelly pitched
nr: "toner\ aid that the School 1 his team to victory in relief *
Board had the same rights for *** *
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the County Commissionersand rt
pitched for Coke and gave up 6
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Insurance Contact also got no: definite answer as i the winners with a double and 4th OF *
me todayl/ to whether the School Board I a single and scored 2 runs *a BIG PRE **

would still bs housed in the"old" I i Joey Bakken, Kevin Kelley, rt
coutrhause: : when other officials Claude Dinklns, and Gary Bak-

moved into the new ken had one hit each ForCoca.Cola *
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joshed 1st, Coca-Cola 4th while *
f Then Shuford said some provision BPOE and Police have to wait SPORTSWEARREDUCTION
I would be
{ asked results of the play-off of 2 tie
hs should
go back *
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turn then. "
PHONE 9f I-5..91 said "Better yet, Shuford Norman's Farm with a record of Sportswear Groups ",
"we'll come to see you." of 8 wins and one loss, *
wioii On Tue'dav n'eht the School>1 emerged as first half champions '

STATE FARM Board decided thev simply could in the Women's Softball League. ** Ar Shorts ,
MutuilAutomobllilniunnctComptny' I : not wait
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10 Experienced Gridders Slated For Action In Fall"There's

no reason why all the rest of the season, the Blackshear started several the spring as a runner and a Another letterman lineman Is The senior has also been In 1967 Jackson particpated considerable action next fall
of these boys should not playa fiery little competitor missed games last year on defense at down fieldblocker, the coach Jim Shuford, 5-8 and 175 working hard this summer on in a full season with the junior at weak side tackle and defen-
lot of football next fall," five games completely. lie strong linebacker. He is to be says. Both he and Hall have pounds. Shuford satouta prom- the weights the coach added. varisty as a freshman and was sive end. Jordan, also a sen-
Tornado Coach David lIurse came back to play basketball, used offensively at tight end good speed. ising sophomore year with a Danity Jackson, a 220-pound actually pulled up to the var- ior at 5 10 and 175, should
says of 11) grldders he classifies however. next fall. Johns' strongest point is a broken ankle, but came back to sity for two games when injuries also see action at the same
as experienced although Only a junior, now thingsare The Kingslcy Lake player's fine attitude and a willingnessto earn a letter in 1968. 6-2 junior, has never lettered tripped that squad. positions.
they were not starters on the looking up for Murpheyin biggest asset, besides his give he sport the extra timeit lIurse describes Shuford as a because injuries have kept him
7-3 squad last year. football. the ankle still toughness, is speed, Coach Hu requires, Hurse says. boy with a fine attitude and a out of the lineup. Out for foot- But he only got in two weeksof Both boys are hard workers,
Six of the 10 already own had him slowed some in the rse says. The coach expectsto hard worker. He is much improved ball several'seasons Jacksonwas practice this spring' before according' to Coach
football letters and "Big Red" spring, but Coach Hurse fig- take advantage of that. Between Hall and Johns,probably over 1968 Hurse says, placed in the group with being idled with an Infected "They just don't have that Hurse.nat
jackets. Three are two year ures he should be at full speed the boy who works hard- after a good spring, espcially experience by Coach Hurse' even foot. However, Hurse said, ural ability and must work hard
lettermen. this fall. Blackshear is also experi- est this summer in the weight on offense. the big lineman looked good for what he
Probably heading the list of At tight end during the spring, enced at center and guard and, program will be at the starting Shuford Is expected to see a though he sat out most of the defensively in those two weeks they get, explains.
grid aspirants is Tim Murphy, Murphey will most likely be like Buby will prove invalua- left halfback slot next fall,Hurse lot of action at weak side guard 1968 season with an Injured and was improved offensively. "We have Rood size and
a two year man and the only shifted to split end this fall. ble in case of injuries. added."I next fall, the coach said. knee. Jackson is big but still fast enough speed," Hursc says in
gridder in about 20 years"to In l ilurse's offense, which stres- He has good hands for the end and quick, Hurse points out. looking over his 1969 grldders.
iettPr t>. o Oochmnn Mur- ses running and passing Mur- position but better than that "All we need now is the desireto
phey, a basketball star too, pey's moves and good hands good downfleld blocker JV Gridders Showing Promise Next fall he will be a guardor improve and to be a champ-
started the first game at tight should fill the bill nicely. He Is"which a tight end must be for tackle offensively._Jacksonhas ion." Only way to do that,
end In 1968 but was injuredin can also block well downfield. the offense we're running," also been working in the he adds, to being now working
the third quarter. Coach Hurse says. was Impressed, t'VI611.! !Leading candidates for guard Hurse also invites any boys Interested weight program this summer, hard in the weight program
Tim will play cornerback on with the group of boys we had posts next fall are Hallmark, in coming out for foot- the_coach said.A this summer to gain strengthand
Hobbled with a chipped ankle defense, the same post he occupied At times the coach savs. this spring even though the ma- Fairish, Melvin (Dennis Crawford ball next year to see any coachto be in shape when prac-
the past two seasons. Blackshear is to aggressiveand jority was ninth graders." Coach> end Bobby Dyal.' begin :work this summer in man that could play a lot tice begins this fall
be fooled out of
can a the The field
David! Hurse said as he glancedover program.
Bill is another two play. If he can correct this of ball next fall at defensive The BIIS head coach is also
Buby roster of future, Brad- Bright prospects at tackle are (house will be open from 7 a.m.
year letterman and has exper- he will play linebacker again High a tgriddion stars. Carl Rlherd. Bobby Brown and to 9 p.m. this summer and 150 safety is Benji Moxley, a 5-9 ,looking for an extra point,kick-
HOWTo ience at several petitions, next fall; if not, he'll be shifted.to ford Lynn McOullough. coaches will be on duty from pound one year letterman.He er, punter, and kick off man.
which makes him a valuable cornerback, the coach says. could also see action at These are skills boys can workon
Leading the JV centers Ls Dale each he
lineman. The 6-1 220 pounder "Hallmark, Farrlsh, Douglas, 4 p.m. until 9 pan day split end Coach Hurse says. and perfect this summer he
Hurse also tabs Blacksheara Melvin, Dyal." the Big Tornado Clemons who has the most ex- laid.
started several games last year worker "who can be looked and perience. Wayne Lambis, Greg -- Moxley has experience and points out
hard read out. Then he up
at tackle and took overforCharles "One of the best features
Qualify For found most afternoons workingon grinned. "They're all from Douglas and Steve Gay also his strength has improve due
is that
Smith when Smith was injured about this ball club we
Old 1i/JnE1l
must be considered Hurse says. thE to work in the weight program,
"Star Driver" for four games. Pro- weights at the field house. Brooker and they're all going to the coach says. Moxley could have good competition for every
bably the most improved line- Halfback Dennis Hall be good football player.' position," Hurse states.
was a Thet BHS coach named Ba- be a surprise at split end with
ProtectionIf man on the squad Is how Hurse much ball player in "Right now, I .would say the -7.
nard Brown as a split end 'with hard work over the summer,
and I
"Nobody, mean
describes Buby. lie has good spring practice. Hurse terms backfield next year could be the Hurse .
experience. Tight ends axe JimRicks say
have good driving and a good attit- best Junior varsity backfield is assured of a starting posi-
you a experience Hall, a 5-8 150-pound senior, :
Gray Flynn, and Randall
Two linemen who have some- tion. The boys who work the
I ; record, you're: for ude, the coach says. as probably the most conSIS- we've had" the coach stated Zipperer, >all three of whom try what the same problem are hardest in the weight programand

Nationwide. The safest Buby worked this spring off- tent back and as having Improved flatly. He named Malachi Henry Hurse expects big deeds in fu. ... >>-11, -P\i\ :'\ Tommy Eiland and Ray Jordon. on his own throughout the
drivers in America deserve ensively at strong guard. He tremendously as a bloc- Brad Carter Farleon McClellan ture grlddlon years. J KH\ J Both are pxnprtarl, to come through summer will be a step ahead,"
Boys who could be outstanding for the Tornado line next
some breaks which he points out.
also knows the tackle positionand :
ker.A and Kelley Fcrsythe as boys
from Nationwide' it he will be defensive players were also "Ah, for the good old! ways fall, but neither has a great Hurse also said he will tend
then get appears now one letterman Hall who have a head start.
year ,
"star driver" moved back to center to start has good singled out by the :head coach when a teacher's strike amount of natural ability to recognize those boys who
moves downfield
!! Family the '69 season. Hurse stres- blocks and has a good on attitude. Joey Bennett has the experience Fred Robinson, Charles landed on the seat of the A senior at 5 11 1/2 and worked during the summer over
especially ses the fact that Buby is invaluable at ,quarterback end after Wright, Dennis Kelley Barry, pants!" 160 pounds, Eiland should see those who do not.
if you own more to the Torando line The little back needs good this spring holds the lead for Davis, David McCutchen and
than one car. Phone because he knows three posi- hard summer's work on"the ,that spot on ,the 1969-70! JV Richard Fhill. '\i '" '--
tions and can fill in in case eleven, Huns says. But Eddie "
weight program to stand up Reading' the roster he kept \\
BILL POWELLPhone of injury. log.: the
under the rigors of a full sea- Hazen improved a over :
Buby's biggest weakness, the referring to the BHSgrid coach
son, the coach
964-6464 coach says, is speed which the The best stunting says. defensive spring; he is the son of Jack called names BHS fang 'will be SEE OUR
401 W. Madison St. big lineman is working on this guard in the Tornadoes' new Hazen and ia star BITS quarterback hearing and cheering In a yearor ,
two: :Bennett, Strickland. :
summer. in 50's. Steve Stricklandand
four man line in the springwas
Starke, Fla. "We feel he'll be greatly Dale Johns. He was one of Mike Gissy also show potential crawford Ricks, tday', Phlll, FANTASTICSELECTION
improved this fall and poss- few varisty ball players to turn at the QB spot, Hurse Hazen, Cissy Brown, Forsythe
ibly one of the leader's we're in a good performance againstthe says. Flynn Carter, Henry Davis.
looking for,"Coach Hurse says. seniors this spring, Coach McClellan, Rlherd, Wright Kel- .
NATIONWIDEINSUftANCC Hurse says.A The BHS mentor noted that ley, Bigham, McOovern Luke, ';;
Another two year letter- with work over the summer any Outlaw, ZipperenMbOut&htai.; ;: .,
man is Tommy Blackshear, a one-year letterman,Johns, of the JV players still have Lambls, Starling, Stalnaker. ,;:, .
:Nationwide: Mutual 1111;. rll 5-10 167 pound senior. Hurse at 5 8 and 150 pounds, will room for much improvementwhich Roberts, Hicks, Barry, McCul- -
him "real fine com- be Hall's main competition at could change the situation /1',
Home Olfire: ('ulumbn". Ohio tabs a lough, Williams Lee Wise Robertson
petitor" and "hard nosed." halfback. Johns improved in next fall. 'and Lennon.



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CUBE To Search Barbara Diggs
.,....'r On Dean's List
; ""A By George T. Hugging
I ,,, For New DirectorWhen COUNTY AGENT Among those on the Dean's
\ '' List for the Spring Quarterat
Mly: MIKE CHITTY Agricultural Extension Service]
the University of Southern
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1.t,,:,,,,,,,, ;,,,,,,,,,,,,., S CUBB Economic Agency could have an executive directoron Marie Mississippi Diggs, was daughter Barbara of Mr.
Board of Directors meeton the payroll beginning Sept.
July 28 they may begin 1 if the Board decided to move and Mrs. Ralph Diggs of
Hi, Sports Fans, having any ing people from Starke, and taking steps to fill the posi- in that direction. AREA POULTRY MEET figures you must Include in your Starke. Ask
luck? Locks( like our fishing Is surrounding areas from Ship- tion of Executive Director of Here In Bradford County we operation. Bring a neighboring Inclusion on this academic
holing up pretty good for such man's. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin that agency which has been vacated At Monday night's meetingthe are holding a series of meetings poultry producer Tuesday evening honor roll requires a grade Charley .
conditions. I tell you, it's Just Frlskle, 25 Specs; Mr and Mrs since VISTA VolunteerRon Board took a suddenly tough for poultry producers. We Our Poultry Business Is point average of 3.25 (40 '
about more than .an old man Paul Sealer 23 Specs!! ; W. C. Sage resigned from that stand on accounts payable and have already held four meetIngs ; Big Business. is all A's ) on a minimum load E. rJohnsAbout A
like me can take, to fish from Brock, 7 bass up to 6% pounds; position April 28. on expense vouchers. At its one per month. A few of FLEA TROUBLEAs of 15 quarter hours.
daylight to lark: in this weather Mr. and Mrs. Sam Babbet, 40 It was reported at CUBB's June meeting Board members you have missed one or more of a result of drier than us-
we've had lately. And if you gt Specs; Bruce Ellison 5 Bass up Monday night meeting that B. began scrutinizing accounts these meetings. You missed a ual weather conditions for Sev-
into those yellow-flies, and theydo to 6 pounds; Larry Mullins, 40 R. Fountain, deputy director payable toanthat asking questions. good meeting because each has eral weeks and because you My Neighbors
you like they do me, you've Bream; Mr. and !Mrs. Harry who has bee n on leave without Prior paying of bills been good. Each has been the have let the dog or cat into the This Question:
had it. I was fishing on my Johnston 40 mixed; Mr. .and pay while studying in Washington was done very routinely. type meeting that you could not house you might have picked::
dock about 30 minutes the other and aSantHR'a cm cm cm D. C., will let the Board Monday night the Board voted get a second-hand report about up a flea Seems that during 5J, As we breezed across abridge
night, and one of those rascals Mrs. Bobby) Jennings, 35 specs!: : know by the end of the month tha t all vouchers would have to what was discussed as good as dry times fleas become num- in our eonvertible1
stung my little finger. By that Willie Paterson, 8 bass; Mr. and whether or not he is return- be itemized, dated and signedby if you had been present. erous and are easier to fall off my sister's wl !
night when I went to bed, half Mrs. Andy Starling 25 Specs; ing to the Agency. the purchaser before the TUESDAY, July 1st in Agricu the pet that walks across the and gently settled onto the
of my hand' was swollen fit to and Clyde:! Foster, 40 specs. Sally Neslon, CUBB secre- bill. lture Building at Starke we will living room carpet. river below. I can imaginethe
Board would the When
pep. New as I sit here, I can Looks like we'd better go cut to tary bookkeeper, told The pay that It : be holding another meeting, In spraying you want to doa horror of persons
hardly close my hand enough Shipman' and find out how to Telegraph six to eight applications sometimes someone protested difficult to itemize was starting at 8 p.m. AREA Poultry good Job, including getting' downstream_ who _saw_ it
to typ. So I tell ycu, whe you get in en the action. for the job of execu- vouchers, the Board replied People means that these meet- the spray into cracks around floating by. Dad's horroris
fisn all day and you bake out nUcle Alfred Hudson:: and his! file tive (director Sage advertised are already nationally on that they would either be Item- Ings are open to any poultry- the base board and if possible does any of his insurance
dehydrate, and swell like a frog, friend of Gainesville, caught 6 ) and more would come in- ized or the purchaser could pay man willing to drive the neces- beneath the carport Maybe Just cover the loss of
when bass Sunday mornlr.z in Loch- sary distance to attend. spot treating such areas will be the wig?"
you don't feel too good !! you since the Agency would have to out of his own pocket.At ,
get home at midnight. So I'd loosa Lot of talk these days about all that Is necessary A repeat cr"rp :
advertise before hiringa ,
the meeting Annette Hushes Charley E.
advise ycu to take somethingcool Those bass still biting downIn person. Service Cen-- taxes and how tax values are spray! in 10 or 12 days will ; lF'T'
to drink: and plenty of re- Orange Lake, day and night. Mrs. Nelson also said thatthe ter Director, reported ; figured. Our Tax Assersor. eliminate those newly hatched.
pellant.By nUcle Alfred Hudson and friend, Agency has enough money to All NSC staffs toured: the Pa- Gene Long, has agreed to dis- Malathion or Dlazinon: is good .s c- JOHNS AGENCY
the way, if you mss! any James Brock c* Gainesville, hire an executive director for latka Center, recognized as one cuss taxes as they affect poultry inside or outside. You may wantto
cf during the fished from 6 till about 11 operations. We believe this stay with Jest Malathion so 131 So. Walnut St.
my fishing reports p.m two months in this fiscal year of the better ones in the region "You're walking on my latest -
month, check the Keystone Re- and caught 9 nice bass. (which ends Oct. 31). so CUBB and "learned a lot." meeting can help you under- you will not wonder about use 4 work!I" Phone 961-5070
porter (Keystone's monthly paper stand better some of the cost on either dog or cat.

). I now have a "FishingFan" OfficeTo Nepotism Bill
colum in there too. This Tag

will contain highlights of the Not RetroactiveApparently ,
sports news of the area for the Be OpenSaturdays
Griffins Lodge (east shore the lobs of Chief
Sante Fe >, reported;: that Roy Deputy Dolph Reddish, Mrs.
has been tearing those schooling The office of Tax CollectorJ. Charles Darby and Mrs. J.R.
bass up. Monday: he guided R. Kelly will be open each Kelly are not in Jeopardy because -
:Mr: : Rcjer.3 and they iaught 8 Saturday until July 20 to allow of the nepotism bill re-
bass in the: morning, and 9 that cenlty passed by the Legisla-
persons to conveniently ture.
evening. Rcy caught 9 bass in
purchase 1969 motor vehicle The nepotism bill which would .+
30 minutes early Tuesday:: morning license plates. /f
prohibit public officals from
Wednesday, Roy had 10 bass
The only exception is Satur- hiring relatives does not applyto
before 8 a.m. Thursday. Roy and day, July 5, the Fourth of July employes on the payrolls
his sons, Alan and Glen, caught weekend, when the office will before 1970, Atty Gen. Earl
19 bass in just a few minutes; be closed. Faircloth said last week.
Friday morning Roy caught 3 of Kelly's office will be open Faircloth said the bill"clearly -
them until noon this Saturday, June indicates that it was the intention PRICES GOOD FROM NOW
Griffin's .also reported:: that 28, and on Saturday, July 12. of the 1969 Legislature, Cash & Tires Inc
the Shellcrasksrs went!! on the It will be open all day Sat- to have this bill onprate In the TILL JULY 3rd AT Carry ,
beds good Saturday. Ry caught urday, July 19, the final Sat- future only" lie concluded that
35 on Saturday, and he and Alan urday before the deadline July the bill could only affect car-
caught 11 Friday:: evening 20. Since the deadline fallson err state and local employeesif
Shipman's:: Camp (west shore), Sunday, tags may be pur- it clearedly showed retroactive GET READY
reported a good week for bass chased without penalty on Mon- intent and he said 5
Bream, and S:;>es.:: The follow day, July 21, Kelly says. the bill does not do this. P

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lft js .ISeparatetemperaturecontrols.Four .50-U 56.70 23.60 lR.R8 SIZE PRICE PRICE Sale PRICE
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Girls May EnrollIn the exception of the holidays on Eleven From are Starke: Jack Carl E. StancU. '
142 Tax CertificatesSold July 3 and 4. Here E. Campbell,
Hampton Desta M. Dyal.William ,
LAWTEY\ Home EC To Graduate Dale A. Crosby Carolyn E.
Keen, Gloria J. McKinney Al- M. Meng.
By EDM Blanchard Summer Classes"All Is required one year, high of homemaking school-: From Santa Fee drey M. McRae Terry 1*. Newman rell.Brooker Ramona L. Har- I

girls need additional time to Charles D. Smith, and
Here in Bidding
'1 girls who have completedthe familiarize themselves with th Eleven Bradford Countlans

8th grade are urged to en- facilities and equipment Mrs. will be candidates for graduation ,1

YOUTH MEETINGSThe Continuing< !trend (which per cent, "Kelly said. roll in summer orientation GIbson explained.The at the end of the current % Rudd Gas Water Heaters

Methodist Youth Fellow- started four or five ago' Property' owners have!, until\ classes In food preparation! and, term of Santa Fe Junior CollegeIn ,;
Sub years clothing construction." Mrs. .summer orientation pro- Gainesville. They will be hon "...
ship meetingwas April 1, 1971, to redeem the certiflcatcs. : :
!Bradford: County lagain: :diintisitself \ ,, '
held last Monday night at owning a number of tax After that date, own. Maxine Gibson, high school gram will provide both enrichment ored at graduation ceremonieson ,t heats water 3 times faster!
Wesley Memorial Methodist ers of the ,certificates may ask home economics teacher, said and fun without rigid rules the lawn of the East Center, ( .
Church Lake City; Attendingthe certificates. advertisedand yesterday. of attendance. No grades will 615 N. E. 2nd St., at 7 P. M. ,5
of tax certificates that the property be
When the sale Rivers Of Hot Water At "
meeting from the Lawtey sold at tax sale. "In fact" she added, "Flor" be awarded. Friday, June 27. t.
? was concludedlast' week a ,
church were Lamar Priest ida school regulations requireall Graduates from, this county @
said that tax cer-
Kelley 'a
Debbie Starling, Debbie Napier, 26 the parcels county.of land had revertedto tificate is: equal tea lien en the girls! In grades 9 through &::::::::::::::;::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ::;::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;:::::::::: :: :::::::::: -' LOW, LOW COST .;
12 to have .
: completed at least
Elaine Wainwright, Chuck Nor- Tax Collector J. R. Kelly said property. :He also pointed out

ton, and Rev. Denton. that 1965 or '64 was the. first that most buyers 'da( not really one graduation.year of"homemaking before Pay For It From Your ,:

The young people enjoyed a that land reverted to want the property but purchase: I : I
year any : { !
Summer Funeral Home "
clas will b held
film ? DeWitt C. Jones
youth that to face challenged the greatest them chal-as the county since. the! Depressionyears the certificates for the Interest from 8 to 12 noon dally at the Utility SavingsPURCHASED ,,:
and attributed this to t.to. c
lenge in their lives -- that of "shell homes." high school through July, with: >1 Ii: FOR :J''

following Jesus Christ. STARKE .... ',
Kelly explained that the build '0(
The youth of Grace Methodist
Church spent last weekend at ers of these acmes come in, When Von Use .\Andrews Charge f'::: PHONE 964-6200 :g $2.00 Per Month .:,
erect hcuse
Account -
Mirror Lake near Interlachen. "
Rev. and Mrs. denton,and Mrs. owners refuse. to pay the high Your Prescription Tax Records rare on Economical Slade Gas
Jean Lee accompanied the groupas price which the companies : 1 HEIGHTS s 1 Ii
counselors. charge. Kept For You By Us 1 1 KEYSTONE CALL NOW '''

The retreat was hosted by Mr. One example! Is a 60 .by 100- Andrews DrugsFor 1 I 1: PHONE 473-3176: 111 :::
332 W. ,:
foot lot, which hada shell
and Mrs. Joy of
Boyett Lawteyat P S SLADE GAS
their summer place on the house on it, .and the owner owed Fast Delivery Dial 064-7170 sc Pi1 [ JI PHONE 961-7701
lake. Mr. and Mrs. Richard $83.49 in taxes.- But he refused- 'i.
Carter also worked with the to pay for the house and the ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::.:::::.:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: "1

group in attempting to instruct company removed it. "

them in water skiing. So when the two year wait- ."

Theme of the weekend was Ing period Is! up and the pro- ., It
Christian Fellowship, and accepting perty can be advertised for sale
the challenge as youthto In a tax sale, taxes for three
put Christ and his 'churn! years would be due and for the

first In their lives. 60 by 100-Ioot lot would' tie + CAL& iAGLa E
Attending the retreat was La- worth about $275. >

mar Priest Chuck and Allen The assessor will probablygive ,

Norton Debbie Scott, Debbie a lower assessment when DISCOUNT STORES

Napier, Cindy Duck Dale Tray- he finds cut the house has 'been + r OtV
lor, Elaine Wainwright, and removed and the property couldbe = / LOWER BETTER
Brenda Carter. Judith Rainer, sold for a lower rate, Kelly PRICES QUALITY

Mr. Boyett's niece, from Char- said. S- ;f'u' f MORE

leston, S. C. also attended as Whr.e the sale opened on May

a guest. ._ 29, tax certificates for 1968 )parcels : .
offered far sale. As of
Sunday was Youth Day at the
Highland Baptist Church and the Monday, June 9, >142 tax certificates !

young people had charge of all had been sold: ,and Kel- 1Jf.
services during the day. After ley expected to close his books

the evening service, refresh- on the ICtti.

ments were served during a Kelley said that both the num- a.:4, : ELECTRIC CLEARANCE LADIES' Ct.EARANCE MEN'SMIDLENGTH
fellowship hour. ber of parcels up for sale and LEARANCE
the number sold ,were about DUSTERS

CIRCLE MEETING The parcels were sold for nonpayment TREND 1, to; Safe, T Famous name
of 19G3 taxes. All except t l ;., fast Short sleeve Nationally! ad

WSCS Circle One met at the or.e'nt for 12 per cent DETERGENT % '' and Lovely assorted vertised at I.SO pr.
church Tuesday night of last interest ar.d that one bid was 1- odorless Y % prints Guaranteed never

week, when Mrs. L. H. Futch five per cent.Certificates. GIANT SIZE LIMIT s jr f Medium size only r never to slip down
Heavy duty cord,
gave the second series of the on the 26 parcels j plastic handle YOU SAVE 554 Sizes 10-13
lesson on The Beatitudes. The that reverted to the county National/!

last lesson will be given at the have an interest rate cf 15 per sold 49( is s 1 i iL

next meeting.The cent so "the individual who buys rr/hxhrxnurl For C4 /
Methodist Men's Fellow- the certificates is really doing FYnrildn+r'a' and ric s y' .S

ship met Monday night at which the property owner a favor be- Net ght

time new members were in- cause he's saving him three: 2lbs.. loz. ,-

stalled.The Methodist Vacation Bible W:;' PLAID LUGGAGE 24" X 60" CLEsA.vRIAIN" MEN'S CLEARANCE 'yyy+' MEN'S

School will start July 7 Social Security .
and continue through the 11th. -T TABLES tEI II T-SHIRTS "T5SPORT SHIRTS
,": 'I! .... For the entire family!
invited to at- Payments Rise II.i,. "? ." ,, F
All children are al\\ r : ;: Black, Red & Green Plaid
tend. 25 Per Cent in State II\\I\\'\ \ ": 11'1' 11, -'",, :. .._ with full zipper' t''i' Folding drop leap<\ Soft Pak-Knit with Wash and Wear!
II, I !!\ ,II, ,' 'Ill!! ., '. 'S, Locking device pocket: nationally V Attractive patterns
CHURCH SCHEDULES Social Security payments to ''I' \ \ !! ""a sus' ;; 5 PC. SET Slight irregulars sold at 100. solid \ Full cut in sizes
Grace Methodist: Sunday School \, '"aBUY I !IEIIII" l colors. S-M-L-XL i Small & Medium only
Florida residents increased 25 U. I
I ..
9:45: a.m. Worship, a.m. ,., ,
and 8 p.m. Choir practice, per cent from September 1967 18'i nch ? 2.96 IkkA 1 I
7:30 p.m. Wednesday, followed to September 1968, comparedwith 21 IncH .... 4.96 26 inch .,.. 6.96 (1'-" I 1
by MYF. p a 20 per cent increase nationally :" ;, 24 inch ....5.96,29 inch ....9.96. :, ::;'""'mJ I I

Church of God: Sunday Sch- the Florida State 'J. ;,. ..,1" ,..'t"". ft'7 I I

ool, 10 a.m. Worship, 11 a.m. Chamber of Ccmmercs reportedin 'tii-: S. \ ./
and 8:30: p.m. YPE Wednes- its Weekly Business ReviewIn ,
day at 7:30.: May. CLEARANCEBOYS'
First Baptist: Sunday Sch- The gain in Florida was a result PICK-UP CLEARANCE FILM MEN'SBASKETBALL CLEARANCE MEN'SLEATHER .

oolm 9:45: a.m. Worship, 11 of an increase in both the f f.Q

a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Training size of the Social Security checks TOOL WITH PROCESSING COTTON PANTS
Union, 6:30. Midweek Meeting which became effective early ., <
Wednesday 7:30.: this year, and the number of <,;. ::' [ & DEVELOPING T Tremendous Value! SNEAKERS LOAFERS

Highland Baptist: Sunday School Floridians" eligible to draw on .24 inches Popular Ivy styling with tapered leg Gr

9:45.: Worship 11 and 7:30.: their Social Security long CX620 CX127 \ Machine washable in sizes 6 to 16 ti ....' Low top; heavy Penny style
Choir Practice, :30. Prayer The monthly total paid in Flo- l CX126-12 ''' ',i.s ? duty uppers Hand whipped
... i Y. t \ Cordovan 'Intitr
Meeting Wednesday, 7:30.: .
rida during the month of Sep- 'I YOU Full colorGIRLS'
"' ,
tember last year came to $85 Plan ahead'! i+y cushion I
million compared with $68 million / Have plenty 4 KJ ;1 insole I 'I
PERSONALS in September 1967. The annual Picks up objects from M-' of film ready y. t [fp- 556 ; Rugged + Sites
hard to places I.I
Friends of Mrs. Paul W.Wal- total fcr 1968 is not yet to get Q \ on hand! r'i- sole J 6 12

ters regret to learn of her ser- available. In 1967 it was $872 YOU SAVE 20( White '
ious illness in the J. Hillis million ( only
Miller Medical Center, Gaines- The total number of recipi I .; a.,. Sizes ,
ville. ents of Social Security checksIn rm VEmJ .:' Made b'. ., 6\1,12'\ ,
The family of Jack Wainwright the state stood at 993,717 last .,,81'c- f B.F.Coodrlch Tremendous assortment of rich attractive,

of Waycross, Ga. have been notified year, a figure which representsevery colors in fine fabrics: sizes 5 to 10 ,
that Jack, Jr. was badly sixth Floridian. This total
burned Saturday when a gaso- was eight per cent more than in ELECTRIC CLEARANCE G.E. ELECTRIC CLEARANCE BOYS'TRAVEL

where line can he exploded was burning near the trash.fire gain.1967, twice the national rate of IRON ALARM CLOCK aCOTTON GOWNS BOXER SHORTS

Johnny Tye has finished his
Compared with total wages WITH CORD / f n
Junior year at FSU in Talla- \ l
and salaries paid to working a e+ PRESS
Adorably styled J
hassee. After spending a few Depend : >
Floridians the Social Security' + Folds flat ,) in "dreamy little f r -; ,, NEVER NEEDS
days at home with his parents, IZ able andaccurate M;
he is now living and employed payments represent nearly .10 Lock Il i. z ; \\&jlL LADIES JACKETS / t p riot," jc .yPRESTONE IRONING!
is 10. ;7 ( t 100% cotton,
cent. This proportion: largoer handle
Jacksonville. per 3 Antique Cotton/Polyester; Nylon Poplin Soft cotton for
machine washable
than the national averags be- /7' w'
9 ; white Mandrin collar; full length zipper ;i sleeping Great for summer!
The W. F. Moore family held cause number of of the retirees relatively living in large the YOU t4 w ,,. U I case V\ Attractive colors: sizes Medium and Large only ; y/\, comfort Sizes 4 to 7

their family reunion at Kingsley state. SAYE 6 YOU SAVE 1.00 j Sizes 4 to 14\
Lake where Mrs. Pete looor
Social Security is paid to retired -
and sons are spending some
occasion or disabled! workers of their
time. Enjoying this
with Mrs. Todor were the J.W. heirs cr parents. No assistance t rr ', 1
Thomas family of Live Oak, to old age, the blind or depen 297

the S. D. Andrews family of dent children: Is included.

Wildwood, Freddy Moore and
family of Homestead, Jimmie
Moore, who is stationed at Fort know that heisgettingonnlcely. CLEARANCE ALUMINUM *

Hood Texas, Mr.and Mrs.Dan- Mr. and Mrs. Carl Moore TENNIS RACKET, C0AN3 INDOOR/OUTDOOR .
of Jacksonville, OIL MILER FOLDING BEDS ;.,.
ny Thompson of Live Oak were visimg! Mrs. !
and Micky Moore. Joyce Futch on Wednesday of TENNIS BALLS PLAYER RgO'/tOXMI ,
? t RUGS i i I'hSII'
26" X 72
last week and all of them were Saves '
Miss A'rthurine Blanchard of dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. ,;a" BADMINTON SET Dollars! Extra / j REPEAT YOU SAVE41r .4Cuts
Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs. Lottie Cushing in Orlando. bed! '%
M. H. Wyatt of Miami were
visiting Miss Enza Blanchardlast Mrs. Ernest Wells has returned exhausts A r u eso"O SELLOUT
Wednesday. Mrs. Joyce from a three week smoking r
Futch and Miss Elizabeth Ter- visit with Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Quiets ,! y

made a business trip to Wells and sons in ]Huntsvllle, engines 0111 ,Y Lightweight r .
ry to 14
Brunswick, Ga. on Monday of Ala.Mr. I/ ; MI Ep OUNCES IS FLUID UCI161 m'attreslsfoam DIN '

last week. and Mrs. James Rosier, 9AVE9 Oil t
Mrs. H. II. Brice, and Mrs. EAGLE 10" FAN
Micky Moore and Tex Patrick Wymann Home attended the 3 I YDU SAVE 3,12 1 lr
left Friday to enlist In the Marine \. Sikes family get together at ON STAND

Reserve.Mr. the old home site in Island *
and Mrs. II.W. Bennett Grove on Sunday.
and family/ Mrs. Hattie Darley, Mrs. Joyce Futch spent four blade fan
Miss Senna Prescott and Mr. Thursday In Middleburg with REGULAR '._ ,, Adjustable tubular '

and Mrs. John Bennet and guestsof fam- Mr. and Mrs. Harry, Taylor. \\1PIk f ADORN HAIR SPRAY EXTRA HOLD 6.4 oz. LIST PR'CI.M11' saC 05 >a-,*,5Nvi JP cradle YOU SAVE1Wtt *iSS ;
ily were Sunday and Mrs. John C. Tye
Mr. and Mrs.Starke.Ralph Darley and Mr.children, Pam and Johnny t (b PRELL LIQUID SHAMPOO oz. LIST PRICIJ5" 97C Y r J

and children in and Miss Barbara HUllard attended _

Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Rafuse a family reunion at the LISTERINE MOUTH WASH Zoos LIST PRICE J.41 88c ii /
Sheila were home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred L. *
and granddaughter
visiting Rev. and Mrs. J.the O. Sunday.Roberts Jr.Mr.in and Jacksonville Mrs. RobertB. on \> SCHICK BAND RAZOR CARTRIDGE11.S io's LIST PRICIJJWFLORIDA'S 97c --_---
in Orlando over
Raulerson Keith and children were hon- /
weekend. ored guests, as they are leaving LARGEST (OVER 1JO ) A FASTEST GROWING FAMILY DISCOUNT STORES M1WM

June 26 to make their home in tv rf T 1 ViMivtlwyn AM *N XIIAT (IACM HOMIlfIA* IA |WAIKCAtWIHHT NIW> KNtV M AM rAM 1AIOIIICHVMI
Mike Norman, who recently Australia. Mr. Keithis 41 W 4 St. 4C M W I r4MOUVWOO IAU l Alt Alt* MISS IAUCAUM JAC ONVI III IA 1 V>* tMCMAIl >IV >A HACK TAI'OM l>*m |
in Miami Brisbane, MOWN MIAMI H W 4 tte Av* BABfOW m H IM kl >* Wf I 1AI 0ClIAIWAtll MANM 141 UIA *U 111 1IM ll IIIIACI
underwent surgery Mrs. Tye's brother. USA* M.f. A h Av I Y vn* mtv*. ftll >IA I l IUI IIMIMMII MAUTM WCCA AtA. UllttITt MACM TfvmSTAAHOIIIt
General Hospital Is recuper- Miss Pam Tye spent the past 113 M W. to Av tOCA AAfOMJ179 ft.MVIIt LA I his > MAMtTA I VIIO MACMMIIIMI
home here with M. M Ml IIACH wr MOIIVWOO* M. !* 14. f tOVMfOM BtACMUMI <* A
ating at Harold week with her cousin. Terry Ml. II* Av.. A f N! M 111 cimiliiMi H iM cirr uit MMAMAISATISFACTION It.MII AU> |}| Witt PAIAt MACMIM
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roberts, In Jacksonville and > AM
Norman. We are pleased, Three Rivers, Fla.



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Two Speed

If you really WILLIAMS9 \Washer

!, want to save \
': r \ A New Federal Regulation Which Goes
Into Effect July 1, 1 19!>(!0. In Brief It Requires The SALES \\\-J Double Action
4.' time and money- Seller (Tho e That Sell On Time Payment Or Installment -
,' Plan) To Give; In Writing To The Buyer, Washing
finance your car here! Full (Price Carr>in:; Charges Interest Etc., On
; The Item Purchased .

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,As soon as you see the car you want, But Did You Know TURBO-VANE, LINT FILTER

'.corpe: right in and apply for one of Williams Jewelry Does Not Charge Its CustomerS HEAVY DUTY TRANSMISSION
our wonderfully fast "allinclusive"bank Any Carrying Charges or Any Interest.

auto loans designed to save There From Williams.Is No Hidden Charge When You Buy ONLY

you money on the over-all cost of $19950SLADE

any new car, regardless of make or s
model!! When You Buy From Williams Our Volume

You Are Assured Of Only One Price, And
FLORIDA That's For The Item Purchased SO And Low Overhead
Confidence From
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Member F.D.I.C. One Of 30 BanksOf Starke's Largest Quality Jeweler SAVES YOU MONEY GAS AND APPLIANCES
The Florida National Group 332 W. Madison St. Phone 964-7701

"'+ This key YES. JOIN. STARKE'S, 11'10':
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A\ WeeklyClip ont
PHONE 964-6078
But this the ;ilhoucttes and take to the merchants yo th:
silhouette will recei1,
first one to present a proper H
comesWith present a matching silhouette you will receive a 5 ..1"c
ceive certificate. Register while art
J a $2.00 gift you
it! Prize of $150.00 in merchandise at the end of th <,
eligible i in their own stores but may play the gamGRAND. in

20 ON QUALITY 1. Anyone age 18 or older 'nay
HLPMOHILE In gift certificates.
It's our'69 TORO with KEY-LECTRICt Starter.Turn the IF: YOU DON'TTRADE 2. Each person may registal'
key and you're off I No problem starting for years either. The PAINTS= ticipating stores.
battery recharger gives you up to 80 starts with each charge. 3. Register any day: from pct
And ;it's built to last like all TORO features. Trust a TORO. PLASTIC PIPE 4. Put name and address :I I
Trouble-free as mowing can be. WITH US
Mlr't.auiRaitail ratal!priea(19 KCY-LECTRICX 100'
1z" x V x 100' 1" x 100'
fExclutlva$ trada nama of Toro Manufacturing CorpPetO&&t Weekly Winners :

WE BOTH LOSE ROLL, ROLL ROLL Free gift certificates from tact I
9,2.22 $3.33: S5.75COMI'LKTK : with Big Grand Prize of S 50 j
contest. No purchase nece ear;
merchant listed on these pistration is
9 j E CIIEMCAS CO. : MONEY : =NEW Ll'MRKIT( : LINE blank. Enter now an'

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I Opening Of Our New Build
I .. .- ing. First Federal Is Offering
I FREE Grifts (While They Powerful Multi-Roorn Cooling

, 1- Last) For Thrifty June '- ',' .2,' (

Q Savers if : .. H

Save on Your O
today't -

YoU Freezer 0o' Easy Terms SAVE $200PLAYTEX. 1Open or add to an account for $500

with WA and get a chrome spoon rest. #

2. Open or add to an account for $200or

RED TAG SPECIAL I' WI* LYCRA* more and get a nylon serving ensem-

This Big 437-Pound ) SORRY: ONE TO A CUSTOMER! : -
time only-save$2 00 on all Long Leg Panty WORLD'S) :: LARGEST
Wizard styles famous Playtox Lycra Girdles Choose the
i Capacity 16666 1 Regular Lycra style the Double Diamonds". or Firm'it Incidentally You'll Earn A Dividend At The SELLING AIR
Chest Freezer Is : Flatter"" you ro sure to find lust the right control CONDITIONERFEDDERS
Only and comfort you wan!for stomach waist' back i [ End Of This Month On Passbook DepositsIn
......... Part hips and thighs By The 20th.
MHeap e.1 e.mnll contact treating on all 4
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Plus DepositCIGARETTES .:' I 845x15 Plus! Federal 19.58& State Tax SHOES GLOVES BATS 2 O. %Off fG Lt: Q a 1kJ@[[ [ 000

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Reg. & Filter Complete Line. houtahold n.co Mm to bo living dup.
6 Pack '!/i Price On Discontinued Paints Lots Of Pop U I-:'I'II.h",;. -I I .1 Ol.I'KM on the phone n.ht wee end!ull$u.ahuutv ]
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I *- 0 .BEAUTIFICATION AMERICAS I ;I Early Hampton SchoolsBy i j.


-- HOME Mrs. D.E. Hill

1c 1- School faculties in the Hampton were unable to purchase them- the three months' school year
: IT area dat.e back to the 1870's. then county funds were used. included Hope Church. $50:

i :' at least, when the county school School buildings were the responsibility Sampson!! River. $05; Sampson'*
board met in Lake Butler, and of the "patrons" of Orange. $65: Aldel'mantO;
Home Rule Should the county included the area that particular school. The Thurston white, $65; Thurston '

that is now Union, as well as schools moved several times as colored. $45.Sparkman. .
c L. the present Bradford.It families moved and permanent School (Graham) '

Speed Up ZoningThe was the custom apparently, !buildings in most parts of the and Samspon River consolidated
\ I to petition the School Board to county weren't a fact until the In 1301.

open a school wherever there later 1890s. Pat Adams J. B. Cason, Ann
\ were enough children of school In several cases school "sub- Terry Henry Saxan.: A. O. Warren -
new Home Rule Act, passed at for age to warrant it. In the county districts" as they then became T. B. Hartlg. Miss Bessie
the last ]legislative session, provides everything, and $30,000 homes, school board minutes from 1879- called. petitioned the county Manire, E. A. Kennedy W. A.

that counties shall have all powers of poultry houses, small industries, and I 1900 there was one statementto board as "A proposition to the H. Hobbs,.Florence Jones C. BJMawhburn.

local self-government including governmental mobile homes are not compatible when the effect that schools were board that school board would Cora Sessions.*.
corporate and proprietary placed too close together. not to be closer: than three miles pay for the lumber and building Frank Ells'! Mary Hall. A. L. >
pow- : apart ( walking limit?). When 'material the would
a patrons Price, Emma Futch. Mrs. W:
to enable them to conduct
Bradford .County has had attendance dropped below 50 furnish the boards, sills and B. Dean. W. DeWitt Omle Ad-
government, perform county functions, a special per cent of the enrollment. the blocks for house and put up the kins, were named as receiving

render county services, and to exerciseany legislative act authorizing it to set up .- \\ -_. _. school was discontinued and building. Blocks to be light wood "warrants" for payments as
such power for county purposes, countywide zoning: for at least eight or the appropriation forfeited. and heart cypress and four teachers or principals during

for: the health, safety, or welfare of the ten years. Finally, a start was made : : : The school year was three to side. House to contain cen- these years.

citizens, not inconsistent with generalor two or three years ago with the appointment months, (by 1900 this became ter sill with three blocks. Houseto School trustees or those who
special law. of a "study committee" to ,, b f four months,) and teachers, 'be 16 by 24 feet walls 10 feet served In school elections from

tackle the complicated job which had paid by the county, received high, corner posts to be 4x4 and 1879-194 included Silas Futt.
been too long neglected.For about $20 per month as of 1882. well-braced and contain one R. T. Sayon. J. Allen R. Sulli
Under the broad powers of this act, 4 In 1903, the principal's salaryat door and four windows. Workto van. J. H. Batten. W. H. Ale-:

the Commission now has all the tools it 1t't\\ Hampton was raised to $75a be done in a workmanlike ander. Dr. D. I. Jones. O. W:' (
needs, without having to turn to the' a while the committee met regularly : \\ month. manner and substantial." The Alderman. E. B. Deas, F. A.

legislature, to make our county zoninga ; and we understand that seventy .A ) A'' Santa Fe Pond school in operation case was in 1898, and the county Hess. F. O. Schull, H. H. Hall.

reality rather than something to be to eighty per cent of its work was com before 1879 was changedto board approved. N. T. King, Thomas J. Dyal,
pleted. However for Hampton in 1884. In June, Allen Williams! 0. Haynes. W.
off from some reason
put legislative BIT
one session to LOOK AROUND A -
1884. the school board "ordered Average attendance at Santa
S. Futch. E.
which we have not been, able to deter- Hicks from Hampton -
the next. that the School site of Santa Fe Fe Pond School
for the school
mine the does not for minute that had to change Theressa or surroundingareas.
group to have
seem Just imagine a you Pond school be changed to year of Oct. 1880 to Sept. 1881 .
Action toward completing the zoning been active in recent months, and if your job location, and need to find a home a coupleof Hampton and that John B. Cas- was 21. and the school cost

study, organizing:; the Zoning Board, additional progress has been made, it hundred miles away. on be appointed a trustee to fill $110. E. J. Erwlns and Mr. In 1899, all pupils in the county -

and putting its regulations into effect has! not been announced publicly. One of the first things Mould do is to make a vacancy in the board of trus- Brown were principals during to pass a specified fifth grade'exam
tees of said school." In November the year. There were 45 schools were allowed to enter the
cannot come too soon. With industry, The County Commission also many inquiries about the immediate area of the of the same year, they "or in the county that year and new Bradford County High

poultry' plants, trailer parks, and autograveyards" members of appointed new location, and then select a few cities and towns dered that Clay Gully School some others nearby included School in Starke, and teachers
Zoning Board
flourishing and multiplying a for personal inspection. No. 26 be allowed to consolidatewith Thurston white school. Henry were ordered to give the exam,
on every hand it is later than any- several months ago, but so far as we Hampton School No. 38." Saxon $50. average attendance !have the school board pass on
one cares to admit. have been able to determine, no organi-: While "casing" the surrounding countryside, At this time $125 was the allocation 25: Hope Church School. M. J. the students. and approve their

zational meeting has been held, and the those areas with neat attractive homes, clean streets, for running the Hampton Brlnson 11 average attendance. entering! high school. Previousto

Residents of a particularly beautiful board has not been activated. Of and modern shopping areas arouse :your interest, school for three months. stu- Thurston colored school had this time a private academy

section of Bradford course there is little for it to do until while those which are litter-strewn and spotted with dents bought their own books Sarah Cooper as principal no served those wishing a higher I
County, skirtingthe work has been completed the leES It was brought to attention attendance figure given.In education than the outlying
southern tip of Lake Geneva, have by study un-kempt homes are immediately rejected. of the county board that parentsHomebwners 1883 appropriations for schools offered.

been shaken in recent weeks by a re- group. Out, you don't have to move. Yet this imaginaryvisit

port of steps taken toward the establishment Whatever has served a useful purpose. The way to keep :::;::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;:::::: :::::;:::::;:::;:;:::::::':::::':::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;;::::;:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: i1f
} : of a trailer park in the area. the holdup if indeed ::
America beautiful is to set a perfect example in :\
Some of these people have built homes there is one we hope that things your Subject To Many Schemes 3Si

in the'$211,000 to $ 5OOO price range, will get going again so that homeowners own backyard. It will serve as a challenge and reminder .::.: ::
and other to neighbors-and their neighbors will with his hard earned money," \
and it is easy to understand their con- property owners will your The householder's doorbelland fled solicitors at the dooor
cern over what would happen to the have some protection and not be follow. When pride in cleanliness has permeated the mailbox are the most vulnerable warns Commissioner Doyle Conner. of Agriculture through the mail. : ,

value of their property should such a threatened with the devaluation of neighborhood, this good example will encouragethe methods of reaching The Florida Consumers With so many health, education ?

park be located just a couple of hun- their property by the location of incom- entire city or town to follow. his"Unscrupulous pocketbook. salesmen and Council, of which Conner is welfare and religious campaigns -
patible structures using door to door
dred yards away. in the neighbor- Remember, it is the combined efforts of individuals businesses use these two methods chairman, has received numerous or mail contacts, there is nothing
hood. As things' complaints about persistent
\ are there
now, is absolutely -
who determine whether or not litter is to be to present hard sell sales campaigns. to stop an unscrupulous per-
Not that we have anything against"trailers" no protection except the authority campaigns in which they can and son or firm from impersonating
said Council
Conner the
and entire
exercise downgraded an area upgraded.
of the get the householder to part
and legitimate campaigns, Con-
(or mobile homes as they are State Health ... the Department of Agriculture'sOffice
now known) Some of them are very Departments in denying of Consumer Services ner warned.

attractive, and even luxurious, and suit sanitary permits in some cases. urge householders to ask their '
the needs of Chambers of Commerce and fJ\ II
many couples and small
Diaryagain. :
families who like their compact and We need zoning, and the sooner officials FarmersSummer 7i well Better as Business law enforcement Bureaus agen-, as I \: ;(/ 1' 1

convenient way of living. But in a ] face up to their responsibilities, cies, if sales personnel have I {' ' well-ordered society there is the better it will be for all concerned. showers which hac credentials in the doorto 1
a place But he 'had the good proper ----61'
been forecast for this section door campaigns.He \
to :
manners keep his opinion to }
failed to develop during the himself. also said Post Offices y, h ; -. -- ; ,-/1J
past week except for a few S SS should be notified of mail solicitation -

I Action Worthy Of! Praise places, and at the time of writing However Sunday morning letters whlchal'peartobe "A tourist is a man who
the county Is rather dry when Sam took a look out frontat fraudulent. Only the house- travels to see things that are
and the hot sun is making the the ;neatly mowed yard. he holder can protect himself from different and then complains

situation worse. Yet parts of was outraged to see an old tomato handing out money to unquall- when they aren't the same."
What sort of motive would it take of Gainesville
for impossible to grant Bradford teachers Jacksonville! and tin can right smack in
you or me to turn down a pay raise of even a cost of living increase this were soaked with. heavy rains. front of the house. Just why comes soft it cannot be made sliced; 2 gallons water; 3 cups
$950!): ? Offered that increase in year. S SIn firm. Mlrcobial activity may be slacked lime; 5 pints distilled
salary This t that puppy got the tin can from
pointed out by Board Mem- Hy Ram McGarveytramp vinegar: 5 pounds 1 tea-
with almost trying to determine surface i the trash out caused by: sugar;
no strings attached we ber heap back and
Sawyer who kicked off the north spoon cinnamon I
the water conditions in the carried it to the front yard is -Too little salt or acid. ; teaspoon
suspect would a
think person surprise move. end of Bradford County we use who on being fed and. mystery, but needless to say, -Cucumbers not covered with cloves; 1 teaspoon allspice; 1
long and hard before
turning the River over at the State 1 well-treated at a farmhouse, left the newcomer's welcome was brine during fermentation. teaspoon celery seed.

thumbs down. "I don't think this is the time or the Farm as an Indicator. At this i I a mark on the mailbox or other diminished no little. Anyone Scum scattered throughoutthe Select small cucumbers
time the river is down so brine (about 1 1-4 inches In diameter)
year for taxpayers to be burdened way suitable place, Indicating to claiming a tin can retriever can during fermentation
Yet that is exactly what the five increased board we conclude that the area it other trampj that the owner have same :by coming to our period. wash and slice about oneeighthinch
members of the Bradford salaries, particularly drains is on the dry side and 1 was an easy mark. We're beginning place. Insufficient heat treatment.A thick. Mix 2 gallons water
Board of Public Instruction County since we couldn't give the teachers a there Is little run-off After very' to think that dogs have seal that Is ;not airtight. with 3 cups slacked lime. Pour
did last raise and we're talking about $5,000," heavy rains the river overflowsits some such system, as stray or S S S -MoldY garlic or spices. over cucumbers and cover. Lei
week. The new uniform pay bill for Sawyer stated. narrow banks and creates a lost dogs show up regularly at We see where there will be a Blossoms, if not entirely removed stand at room temperature for
county officials passed by the 1969 lake west of the SR-16 bridge. our place saying. "Here I am. big Fourth of July fireworks from the cucumbers before 24 hours. Stir several ,times during -

Florida Legislature raises the salaryof The freshman board member S SS take good care of me." display at Keystone Heights fermentation. may contain this period. Drain and cover
is to be
the school hoard members from commended for the Apparently another drainage! S S SOur and hope we can get over thereto fungi or yeasts responsible for cucumbers with water. Change
$1,800 per ;year to $2,750. for stand he took and study will be made this time latest arrival Is a male see it. It will be held out on enzymatic softening of pickles. water each hour for 4 hours.
pointing the way for the other of the Water Oak Creek system hound puppy, three or four Lake Geneva so it should be Dark Pickles may be caused Drain well. .Make a syrup of
The board members to follow. The othersare which drains the north and months old of a reddish or visible for miles around. by: vinegar sugar and spices, bring
increase has almost no strings to be commended for quickly agree northwest section of. the county.As br.'ndle!' color with a white patchon -Use of ground spices. to a boil and pour over cucumbers -
attached because it is not something ing. one i is also unde way on the his head and white feet. No S SEver -Too much spice. ; let stand overnight. Next

the board members voted themselves, Alligator Creek and the trl-lake collar or tag on hIm *o we hear of dehydrated watermelon -Iodized salt. morning, heat cucumbers and

it should be pointed out. Therefore, The is system, we are not hurting for have no way of knowing who ? It ''founds like an Interesting -Overcooking.4Minerals syrup to a boll; let simmer
they could have accepted without wor- ber move of a high cali lack of studies on drainage. The the owner is. idea, as It would make in water, especially about 1 hour. Pack Into hot
rying too much about political public official. Bradford County, $64 question. though, is what S S that treat available the Iron. jars. Leave '4 Inch Jieadspace.
cussions. reper- or any county, is well treated 'by this will happen downstream from This puppy watched Sam around instead! of the short year -Use of iron utensils. Wipe Jar mouth and adjust lids.

type of action from elected officials. any such projects? For that mowing the yard out front last season we now have. But Just CRISP CUCUMBER PICKLE Process In boiling! water-bath
It reason we believe that nothingof Use 7 pounds canner for 5 minutes. Yields
certainly puts down the argument Saturday from a shady spot"with fresh cucumbers.
as strawberries taste better
But it would have been in poor taste that the School Board members lasting benefit will be accomplished evident perplexity that than frozen ones we think about 8 pints.
for the board members to accept a 50 are until the problem is anyone. would out In the hot
holding the position simply to line their go it will bs a long time before a
per cent increase when they found it pockets. ,tackled on S an I reawlde. basls.You've sun and work at mowing when dish of powdered melonwill

even a young dog could see that take the place of an ice-cold
I Are all heard about the the grass would grow right up dice of the real thing.
You A Partand mellow .
flavor let pickles standa
womais's'' few months before eating.
) It's a
You don't have to be '
a professional
cents go into the coffers of huge GUARD AGAINST SPOIL-
pollster to know that the_
zen is alarmed at the increasing crime provide the syndicates with the capitalto (fjJJJfff! it carefully. A bulginglid

or leakage may mean that
rate.The expand operations in narcotics loan-
Adminisfration has announced _. contents are spoiled. When you
sharking white
plans to launch its attack on crime, slavery, and other open the jar. look for other
with evils. By Martha Sue McCain signs of spoilage ''such as spurt-
th first phase to be against:: organized Consider the ironic case of the house- Ing liquid, mold disagreeableodor :

big-time gambling. This is wives and breadwinners who donate ... .. County Extension change in color or an f'll'By & "!*
Home Economics
actually "hitting home, much as we Agent '
hard-earned dollars))) to the very char- unusual softness mU3h ness or ;

hate to admit it for the fact remains acters who are leading their children to slipperiness of the pickle pro- .:J'' .:. ....-.JIIt" ) ,... i
that c ... .
a majority of those who financethe narcotics addiction. PICKLE TIME AGAIN! duct. If there 1 b the slightest ,' _.....

gambling" syndicates are the "little small-change)) numbers Consider player, too who, the is ..Proce "ln. (heat treatment): 12 draft to and 24 hours do not; remove cover. Cool metal for indication of spoilage. do not Lynn Hamilton: of Southern-Marine
people the two-dollar Research has shown taste the product. Dispose of
bettors the the need
shocked when a favorite son turns to screw bands carefully; then contents they cannot be eat- TROUBLESHOOTING TIPS .In
for so improper fuel ,
housewife who processing pickles in the niixlinc
plays the
out numbers with- robbery, or a daughter to dope or pros water-bath canner after they check for an airtight seal. If en. Wash the jar In hot soapy FOR OUTDO.\KD O\s JNEHS foul,) plugs/ i no moth oil in the m.iy fuel
seeming to realize that her dollars titution. are put in jars and sealed. Heat the center of the two-piece me- water rinse and boll in clean Many times \acationinR, 'lioal- is a common C.MISC;... of liii.. (lean,
r treatment tal cap has a slight dip or stays water for 15 minutes. man or fishel man has become: the'' plugs if the) appeal coaled,/ or
destroys orgarlsmsthat
down when pressed the jar is i niu.ued,I became of some minui. oil>.
County may cause undesirable sealed. Check for an airtight engine pioblem he could not solxe If the nioloi will slait, but docs
changes in texture, flavor and POOR QUALITY because he had ,, not tic'\ full
TELEGRAPH seal i Is tight. Another test is to no itiduncnlaitknowledge : doll power, or loses
color during storage. If Shriveled Pickles Shrivelingmay "' of he moloin power, it in.1)) be caused, b dcfci-
over. there )
Processing Directions' is no leakage, the result from using too .\ ) major pioblem should be left the spaik plugs' a p.ntially. ) re-
ESTABLISHED 1879 Pack..pickle products into hot seal II tight. Another test is to strong a vinegar, sugar or salt lo a marine dealer, but, Ilieic arc a untied I fuel, :! s\see-in or an I impiopir
clean jars according to direct- tap the center of the lid with a solution at the starting of the few little troubleshooting/ thai tilt; h'lI"elor' adjll'llIIcllt.11I"'c, : "' the
'spoon. A clear ringing sound ma ,make th.it, same checks for
\.Kdlion this
tlcns given In the recipe. Adjust pickling process. In making very ) help flout: pioblem as" for
4 hsBibi means a good seal. sweet it is pleasant. ii motor that will not stall., If the
lids. Immerse or very four pickles
Jars into
actively If the jar shows signs of leak- :Most of these tipi Ian be found 11 on Me cannot, he located consult
--- best to start with dilute solu-
boiling water in canner or deep a in the ouncr's manual that comet, II dcalci.'
I IAS kettle. Be sure water comes an age or poor seal use the unspoiled tion and increase gradually to with every new oiitboaid motor, If the motor appears lo : form
FLORI'6AyESS We have the mind of Christ.I Inch or two above Jar tops. Add products right away or the desired strength. and 11 the reason for the niiinii.il,, propcilt' hiliIIIIIIIC, \ cxccssnely.pel: ) it
\ -( Cor. 2:16): ). boiling water if needed but do re-can. To re-can, empty contents Overcooking or overprocess- accouling lo Jack'" .Ascott scrticu is piohahl' ') caused I h))' a liciit or
SO ,i N not pour directly on the Jars. pack in a clean Jar and log may also cause shriveling. manager at E\illrudcIolon.: 'hiokcn: piopcllei', or it ma) be that
< Cover containers with re-pioceis as before. Hollow Pickles-Hollowners in ,is an example if an OIIIM| >..II..<| .the plop has, picked up an nciuinii1.11 ; .
) The Mind of Christ is filled fitting lid, and bring water a back close Metal screw bands from the pickles usually results fromPoorly : won't start, the first thing to check ;. ion of weeds. ,\ bent or liioke-n"'
Is that all fuel should),
two-piece connection! arc made piopcllcr lie ,
metal caps may be 'IIniKhl u I lcd I In
only. It to developed cucum )
with true thoughts boiling as quickly as possi used again. but metal lids piopcrl that the fuel line l Is not II dealer 01 icpl.icvd: iis conijniied
can never weaken ; it can ble. Count processing time should be bers. pinched. and of course that Ihcic it running Kith it mas cause cla'",
E. L. MATTHEWS, Editor-Publisher never become disturbed. The when water returns to boiling! Is used only one time. It. -Holding cucumbers too long fuel in the tank... A cold motor needs lo (ihe motor iige
better \
: Published each and to leave the bands on before pickling.Too to be primed and choked" In If the Is \
Thursday and entered as Second Mind-of Christ is all-wiseall- continue to ball gently and the extreme prop all light( and rbcrc
Class Matter at the Post Office at Starke Because have steadily for the time recom- jars however, than to take rapid fermentation.Too cases, it may be necessary me no weeds. tihiaiion, can be due
Florida knowing. we
: the
chance of breaking the seal. lo remoNC and clean the fuel filter., 10 improper c.irburetor
mended. strong or too weak a : adjustment,
under Act of March 3rd 1879. this Mind, we are capable of lately and Remove Jars Immed. Storing Wipe jars with a brine during fermentation.Soft If the fuel supply in oka"' ). chcck 'or bad plugs Ih.it cause, inieiiiiilie-nt:
Subscription In trade area: 1 year, $5.00; Outside thinking; Godlike thoughts cool. clean cloth, and label with the the ignition next. Dcfccthc spaik 'filing' .
or Slippery Pickles '
trade area: 1 year, 5.50 and of establishing good conditions Cooling and checking the seal name of the product and date. These plugs make for \cry hard starling; \ eI)r often, what appeals to be
-Set Jars upright generally: result from microbial 'I I he wncs J 1 11 !!M-IIOIIS
_ _ in world. several Inches Store in spark plug may II.IM- problem tun he '
_ _ our apart to cool. Keep out of a dark. dry reasonablycool action which causes come loose, or dc\doped tracks or sohcd b)' a liillc common, quickly
sense: and
place. If you want a more spoilage. Once break.. '
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Mrs. D. E. Bin

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J Mr. and Mrs. Wildon Stinson J C Y y r'q .

I Sing Band where this week also family they;'in formerly in Orlando are St. Petersburg on,lived.and vacation visit-, 'I i ig : ,.0 Il: ftJ O"-"f ift

1 Mr. and Mrs. Dewey McCle- "
Jllan and children left last week-
lend for a vacation trip to North

1 I I of Carolina Mr.Santa7 ana Mrs.a, Calif Bill were Raymond supper 5' j S W E E P S T A IC S $2.000- THIRD IN PRIZE CASH-

guests Thursday evening
I Mr. and Mrs. Lamar

Brown.Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Hall ''- $ 00000 fn$3 00000 100.00 FOURTH IN PRIZE CASH-.

visited here last week with ; 50 WINNERSFIFTH
Mr. and Mrs. K. B. Watter- ,'4f"t.! I PRIZE -

son.MadonnaMeng, David Meng Fp 5 l I. fl'" I CASH $50.00 IN CASH
and their.cousins from Ohio 00 I 100 WINNERS
spent W neSdaY last week at ,.

Daytona Mike.SJade':leach.of Maxville visited Quantity Rights Reserved...Prices; Good All Week Thurj. thru Wed. June 26 .July 2WIMN.DIIg.TORu
here Sunday with his cousin, INC. .. COr-YHIHHT.11.1

| Joann Slade. t-Lb. Can All GRINDS,,,Limit 1 ColU*of choice w/$3.00 or snore pur Mike Peeples and Paul Lott 12-...CfLACKliT OOOD SUGAR No.CASTLEBIRRY HOT DOG

visited Seven week.relatives members. in of Mississippilast the inter- Wafers .3/l. Chli..V..4/l.! ASTOR COFFEE. 49

e o
class of Vacation Bible
School enjoyed a day of swim- 1-Lb. Con CHASI&SANBORN All GRINDS..Umit1Colf..ofcholc.w/S.OO ormor.purchase excluding ci.; ..."..

ming Lake at the the Santa/' picnic home Fe.of were Jack Those:Greensof Ever-enJoying Bread . . 29* Sausage /$ I. COFFEE 59

ett and Arbutus Pearsall,Ron- 14-os.DIXIE DARLING, LONG FRENCH LOAF 200-Ct.WHITE or ASSTD. FACIAL TISSUI, . . . .
nie and Alma Hinspn! Steve Gt. ARROW BLUE,WHITE Or COLD WATER.llmitt.t.rq.ntolkhoiqw/SS.orm.r.parchau.Rdudingcig.retps
Hayes, Phyllis Griffin, and Nathan Bread 2/49 Kleenex 4/$ 1
Green; along with their . .

teachers Gainesville, Mrs.and Frances her son Broomof Lon- ,-,..DIXIE, DARLING, RAISIN. CINNAMON No. 303 Con THRIFTY MAID, c..,.. DETERGENT 49
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nie, and*'Mrs. Jo Anne Hicks *
and heer*,children, Randy and Buns 3/89 Tomatoes 5/$1. Gt. COLD POWER Limit 1 Detergent of choice w/SS.OO or mar purchase excluding cigarette*
.Also for the . .
Laurie. present
occasion were
son, Mrs. Jack Green, and
Mrs. John Green and daughter Buns 3/89 Mints. 4/l. di 0 0 0
Susan.THERESSA. .. . .1/2 CanSTAR.KISTUGHT MEAT,Limit 3 w/$5.or more purchase excluding cigarette


Buns 3/89* Cleanser 2/25* TUNA FiSH. 29*

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20-os.THRIFTY MAID..,Limit; 2 w/$3.00 or more purchat eKcluding; cia...""

__ rJJS-srssnsSSrflSS By Ji'. Dorothy one 473-4518 Mills Food..1 10/$1. Briquettes.89' TOMATO CATSUP I 19*


HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH Jelly 4/l. Baby Food..9*

SundaySchool.* ,10a.m.; Morn- .. CHEK DRINKS 5/l
Ing Worship,11 Training Union, :: c.7.: :
; 16-o. DEEP Apple, ,,Apple Rasp,or 19-oi.DIXIE DARLING' LEMON, YELLOW WHITE' OR
6:30: p.m.; Evening Worship Apple Strawberry DEVIL FOOD 12-01. CANNED
7:15: Service; Wednesday, 7:30: ,evening with;(Prayer choir- Cake *

practice afterward.GET Jelly! . 4/l. "Mix3/89 CHEK DRINKS 15/$1

To Mrs. Helen Hersey and PINEBREEZS OR.'A' FRESH FLA.All WHITE
Mrs. Pearl Hertle, who at this Tissue Flour. 5 39*
4/l. ::
writing are patients in Brad .. .
ford PERSONALSGood County Hospital. MEDIUM EGGS3DOZ$1

wishes to Richard Hall
for continued recovery after a
tonsilectomy at Bradford SHORTENING
County Hospital Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Percy Sullivanof
Palatka visited his parents, FRESH PRODUCEGEORGIA
Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland Sullivan CRISCO I
; their son, Percy Jr. and :
family, and Mr. and Mrs. Marion RED SWEET JUICYPEACHES
Sullivan last week.

Jr.Mr.of and Salt Mrs.Springs Merle were Packham Sat Limit 1 Shortening of Your Choice with $5.00 or More Purchase: Excluding Cigarettes . 5'". $1.

urday overnight guests of t his ASTORSHORTENING LARGE RED RIPE
parents, Rev. and Mrs. Merle *
Packham. WATERMELONS fA 79
Sunday visitors of Mr. and US.
Mrs. W. E. Dampier, and Mrs. CAN <
Mrs.Rhoda Rupert Dampier Zeigler were of Mr.Gaines and SCAN 59 BING CHERRIES LB.49

ville. 4X
Visiting Mr. and Mrs. L. K.
Childs this week are t his son I N- A CANTALOUPES' 3/$1.
and daughter In law, Mr. r
and Mrs A. S. Childs of Lake i +
Worth. Saturday guests of theChilds' t <
and Mrs.Walter LETTUCE .2HEAD539
were Mr.
of Monttoello. Yrt . ..
Freeman J L, FED'
Mr. and Mrs.Bill Phillips and ". =-- t CORN LARGE FRESH HEADS *
son, of Mlddleburg, visited his *
parents, Mr. and
Phillips, Sunday afternoon. . .
Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Childs, VINE
Mrs. L. K. Childs, and Mrs. TOMATOES *
Tom Young were in Tallahassee -39
Wednesday. Mrs. Young, . .
Mrs. Cpbilds' sister, was returning W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE CHUCK
to her home followinga *

two Friday weeks visitors visit here.of Mr. and GRAPES. . . LB. 39

Mrs. Cleveland Sullivan were
Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Chapmanand
son, Kenny, with t his two ROASTMEAT FROZEN FOODS
sons, of Miami. LB.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Mills,
Jr.. of Atlantic Beach, were OCOMA CHICKEN,BEEF OR TURKEY MEAT
Saturday visitors of his father,
Miss Dor- DINNERS 3/l.
Harold Mills; aunt
and cousins, Mr. . ..
othy Mills;
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and Mrs. PercySulllvanJr. and Quarts DIXIE WHIP DESSERT..Ph 100 Stamp w/covpan
Rusty. Returning to the beach

with their parents Mills were,who Lori have, TOPPING .. . 2/l
Jason and Todd DEPT. SPECIALS
spent the last two weeks here,
with their uncle and aunt, Mr.
and Mrs. Percy Sullivan, at BOBWHITE f.f.YICHES..2/I.

Palatka." < Poly Bag


is Horace impossible Greeley to .said. enslavea it: "It 0 . PKG. BLUEBERRIES..2/L
principles- of the Bible are the *

groundwork dom." of human free ROAST. 89 !9ES..3/I.

16. J-lb. Pkg.

PAPER Mimeo P pr. Bond

Paper Bradford Notebook County TelerrRPb.tGLASS Fillers.:. BEEF 5 PKG.LB. $249

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} Fancy Golden Bantam EXTRA : EX-THAt.. EXTRA :: EXTRAS. :, EXTRA, :

I I .d...-.w.GREEN..._STAMPS___.... I I 2l..GREEN. ....W4JWM STAMPS uv*N. f CORN .. ,'W LS. CAN CASTLL.Rr1Y : CAMroRR .
b : PURPOSEMirrors f: IO.LB. PKO.W / 32 ox: AtrooCooking OT OK P .
FOR 1 I+., O OltANOGround +' Oil .071 :: eitr ::1.071 :
.0.. ,. Beef" TMKU JULY 2 .,."."..... OOOO THKU lair 2 'I Bar B Bue ; .. .. Ant Bomb .
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\I S. :111' ::1:1111 TWO PKO. NO'I. HO''......CUR e! I
CO. TWO PLA. OB A : .LB. PICO.W : TWO OTto OIVIK' WHIP r.la. or 3 W O BRANDSteakenes i MCMULLKN :
4t : J WMOLI O*CUT.UPFresh J7I O BRANDGround .sertTpin :'' White Acre Peas .0 y( Boneless .Ham 0
J12.4J1S-J1Z.4UJ :a: Fryer : BeefOOOO L, aooo THRU JULV 2 : :'I 1.L'- OOOO THRU JLLY a
j 0000 THRU JULY 2
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New System Being Used or'

To Trace Deserting ParentsDeserting I .

parents of children the time the last Income tax ,

receiving public assistance will return was tiled.

find It harder to escape the responsibility With the possession of this \'.' .
for their needy address, the aoclal worker arranges

children because of procedures for child support and
recently started by the State tries to stimulate an Interest In
Department of Public Welfare. the children on the part of the

These procedures make pcsai- father If possible. .. -"- \ I
ble the location of deserting Refusal of the parent with

parents who cannot otherwise whom the child Is living then KVEItCMCPI BAPTIST CHURCH OF CHRIST BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH FIRST PRESBYTERIANSunday

be located if they are not makto inlate legal action Is cause CONGREGATIONAL HOLINESS CHURCH OF JESUS CHRISTOF CHURCH LAWTKY. Sunday: Bible Study 10 a. m.; Sunday School 10 ajn.; Moraine School 9:45: a. 'm.
ing support payments required to stop :public assistance pay- CHURCH LATTER-DAY SAINTS Sunday: School, 10 a jn. >Morn- "'tor fling Worship and Commun- Worship, 11 a, m.; Evening Morning Worship 11 a. m.Youth '

by a court or if a petition for ments. Sunday School. 10 a.m.. 418 East Call St. leg Worship 11:15.: Sunday pat Service 11 a. m. EvenUwservices Worship 7:30: p.m.; Prays Fellowship 6 p m. Choir".Prac.
support has been filed with the Night service. 6:30.: Highway 7:30 Wednesday lice, Wednesday: 8 p. m.
Worship Service 11 a. .... Sunday Priesthood 8:30: 6:00.: Meeting p. m.;
Previously the DepartmentNow 125. northwest: of Lawtey. -Rev.B. 7 Rev Robert. D. Duron
court. Heaters pastor
Evening Service: 7 P.m. a.m. Sunday School 10. Sacra Wednesday Worship service -Rev. .1, C. .
based upon; requests worked with the Social Security Tuesday Night. Cottage Prays went 11:15.Monday: L. Bennett pastor.PINK p. m. Minister Jack P. Ben.NORTHS1DE .
from social workers the Department Administration (SSA) District MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL
Y beting.
asks help of the Interoffice on locating absent parents BAPTIST' 9:45 Sunday KINGSLEY LAKE
T&unday: Night! Prayer Metfr: Sunday : a.
Tuesday MIA 7:30: p.m. Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morn CHURCH
but it Involved manual
nal Revenue Service (IRS) a CHURCH School 11:00: a. m. Morning
..log In churoh. 7:3: p.ra. .
Wednesday Relief Society. lag Worship 11 *. m. Pre-Ser- 9:30 TrainIng -
School a.m.
search of records and handwrite Sunday
every four weeks. in locating Youth Service. Friday: nUfct 7:30 S-clwdule of service: Sunday Warship 6:00 p. m. Training
: p.m. vices (Booster Band. Young. Morning
10:15 a.m.
Union :
completion of requiredIRS
absent parents. 7:30 p.m.IYJ'. -Dean Hansen Service) 6 School 9:45 a. m. Morning Wor- Union, 7:00: p. m. Evening Wor-
Prayer ,
People Evening Worship
automation then forms which took six months Worship 11 a. m.
through PsetoVSMYRNA Training Un
Luke. 10:45 snlp.
sMp. : a m.
searches the records and furnishes for reply. SSA also was able to Branch President p. m. Evening Worship. 7 p. iiiMid'Aeek ion., 6:45: p. m. Evening' Service. Wednesday-7:30: Prayer Services 7:30: p. m. Mid-week Prayer -
Service Wednesday
the Department, within furnish the Department only : MISSIONARY : Service 1st and 3rd Wednesday Service Wednesday-7:30: p.
7t5.;: Mid-Week Prayer .
E. R. Bowers, :D. Z>,
adthe place of employment of the JORDAN MISSIONARY 7:30: p. m. Com let us worship together.
about 10 days the home BAPTIST CHURCH Wl'dnesday, 7:45: p. m. night-1:00: p. m. Family night. m. \)
dress of the deserting parent at deserting parent. (633 W. Prutt St. Sunday services BAPTIST MISSIONU. pastor.
: Sunday School, 10 a. m S, 301 North, behind Tutee I .
Preaching 11 a, m, Training! Freez Drive In. Sunday
Union; 5:45: p. ni. Evening Worship. School 10 a.m. Worship Service ';

r 7 p. m. Everyone welcome. 11 a.m. :and 7 pan. Pray. }.f

L -Elder A. O. Flynn, pastorSt. er !Service 7:30 p.m. Wednesday. :v'..
-Leroy Olive pastor: E. L.

.' Marks Episcopal r1ffl.s, .associate pastor.

8"Y lura fturqessMottr 8:30: a.m.Sunday Holy Services Eucharist EVERGREEN BAPTIST' .I REACHING NEWMan I I7A x

10 a.m. Church: School HIhwayJ25. NQrttttWt&\ | of }
11 a.m. Family Service
Lawtey. Sunday School I9at.m. :
( .. "'I_"
Holy Eucharist! tat and 3rd .
Morning- Worship 11:15. Sunday .
Wherein we welcome in thesummer children. I vt: "1 ,
never saw the Sundays; Morning Prayer 2nd
Night :
I sing a glad song Service 830Rev.: {/.J.,.,. "
: music, but can play it on the and 4th Sundays. R. L. Bennett :;:.,
that I sang as a child and delight piano while all sing. I.can see } pastor.

in the dawn of each new now In memory my youngest .
day. brother singing. Oh! the Daysof GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH .. CHURCH OF GOD : has explored most of the earth, and has

Down among the clover blos- Summer and swinging in the Highway 100-A 422 N. St. Clair St., Starke. now set out to conquer space. :0::fI' .

soms rope swing. He was an adorable Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- Sunday School( 10 a, m. Worship :::3I
Blows the morning breeze. beautiful little toy, and I loved Services! 11 1\. m. and 7:30: p. Ii '
Ing Worship 11. Training tIn-
Hear the silver-throated, blue While achieving these marvelous works, let ,
him 7:30p.
dearly. ,
He Is all the brother ion. 7 p.m. Evening< Worship, 8. m. Prayer Meeting, Friday : //I
bird I have left, as the other two!I Wednesday Prayer Meeting 8p.m. m. Rev. Chester J. Sr.ouppe', us not forget our creator .
Singing in the trees.! passed away. pastor II
Hear the busy bees humming Rev. Virgil Lovett.
Now, as! I near my birthday pastor. "When /consider thy heavens, the work of thy
Gathering honey sweet; / ,
which is July 25 and I will be HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH r; $
See the little sunbeams dancingwith 72. I feel so grateful for teachers (Highway 100 at Theressa) fingers, the moon and the atari, which'; thouII' i
their winged feet. my parents who taught me MADISON STREET Sunday School-10 a, m.
Oh! the days of summer, glad to pray, for my older brothersand BAPTIST CHURCH Morning WOl'sh1p-ll a. m. hast o'daIIt'l'hat; ( /( is man that thou art, I

The and pure above and song bright.about summer sister and everyone who Sunday School, 9:45: ; Morning Training Ur,10n.-6:30: p. in. I mindful of IIim1,, and the son of man, that 'than' Vi
Evening< Woi ship-7:15: p. m.
made by childhood so happy.In
I have sung since early' these twilight! years, when I Worship, 11; Youth Choir Prac- Wednesday Night Prayer Services viititcat; him! For thou haul made him a little y: .::
tice 4:30 Youth o :
: : Fellowship Supper
childhood as I cannot tell in
memory which teacher taught it sing the summer song I recall 5:45: ; Training Union, 6:15: ; 7:30: p. m Rev. Merle p 4 hirer/ than. the angels/ and hast crowned him, ';,' .;,.
Sunday School where my father pastor.FIRM
to me. The above: Is only one was superintendent. I recall my WMU Prayer Circle 7:15.: EvenIng I n-itli, ,f! glory and honour/ // Thou wariest him to I"
verse and part of the chonu. I < Worship 7:30.:
have taught the happy song to little slippers and the lIttle Tuesday Prayer Group ASSEMBLY OF GOD HI !hare dominion; ; over the narks of thy hand; I
lace I and white :-
white hat wore 9:30.: OF STARKE ,$ I
dress with a blue ribbon, wide Wednesday. Prayer Meeting. West Weldon ,St. and Raiford ti than. hast put/ all things under iris feet. ." ..,
sash. Coming home to a dinner Road.
7:30.: Church Choir Practice
Mama had cooked of fried 8:30.: Sunday School: 10:00: a. m.
chicken, green beans from our 11:00 :a. m. Morning Worship; I
garden, and lemon pie. Yes, we A,
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH "::00 p m. C. Services; 7:00p :
were poor as standards are m. Evangelistic Sen ices. >
STARKE The Church is God's appointed agency in this world
now, but we did not know nor Wednesday: 7:00: p.m. MidWeek i
} for spreading the knowledge of His love far man and
care. In this country one can Sunday' School, 9:45.: Morning PrayenMeeting., .
of His demand for man to respond to that love by
be poor, but always the opportunity Worship at 11; sermon "Abel, Pastor: T. E. CillerHEILBRONN x::3 I II I t.N TfIl loving his neighbor. Without this grounding in the
to better ones self. We Being Dead Yet Speaks." Tra O f'}.
love of of life :
Directory God no government or society or way
have always had r
poor people
fining union 6:15.: Evening Worship -
: will and the freedoms which hold
BAPTIST : long persevere we
but happy ones. 7:30: "I Will i
sermon CII1.'RCIIIIIGlIWAY 16 N. {$ I so dear will inevitably perish. Therefore, even from
I had another cold and cough.I Guide Thee with Mine Eye." : i
Vuto. _Sales and Service caught It from my little great Monday. Youth Choir Practice Sunday School 9:43: 'a. m ::: :' : a selfish point of view one should support the Church
, granddaughter. Such a' beautiful -' ,->7 pjn..Tuesday Morning: Worship. 11. Training J !;! for the sake of the welfare of himself and his family

Parrish -MotorsSALES child and I love her so (IWMS Council Union 6:30 p m. Evening' Ser ,,. 1! I Beyond !that, however, every person should uphold ;vIl
much. She had a cold and I Meeting< 10:30.: Program "Dis lice 7:30: Mld-veek Prayer flerI > .r,: and participate' the Church because it tells the truth ''r-:
kissed her little cheek and the ciples unto The Uttermost I vice, 7:30.: .'ill!" li (Qll'"" about man's life death and destiny; the truth which

SERVICE next day I began to sneeze. 11:IS, Covered dish luncheon, -Re\'. L. Tummy Howe, Pastor Y !:;, alone will set him free to live as a child of God. '
VOLVO However I got a get well card :: !k:;
PARTS .12 noon WMS business meeting, 3 'II I I III II ii ,
when I missed our church ser- 12:30.: GRAHAM "Il, ::
vice. I felt so hanpy I Sunday School, 10 a': m. Morning eat 1, .:k
an Wednesday: Sunday School I Ii'' Ill II II Col.man' '.. s....
Always Good Used Cars apple in my pocket and took my Superintendent's Cabinet Meeting : Worship 11 .a. m. and' p. :*

921 Laura St. Ph. 356.5654FT.RCTRif pup and started walking down 6:30.: Prayer Meeting, 7:30.: m.- Rev. Fred' Johns, pastor I #
the country road. I walked 3'4 '
Church Choir Practice, 8:15.: NEW RIVER BAPTIST oa M
miles altogether, down to the Friday July 4 Church office Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morning ij
MOTORS fork of the road and return. At closed all day. Worship, 11 a. m, TrtinlnaVnlcu. : ''

the fork of the road where I W. A. Hogan Pastor (; 7 p. m. Evening Worship) << iiM
eat my apple and return. Mrs.
PEAVY Brothers 8 p: m. Wednesday night service 1
Love was mowing her big lawn '
FIRST UNITED METHODIST 7:30: p. m. Everyone wel
Electric Co., with a noisy power mower. I STARKE come-L. L. Parker, pastor I
did not think she I
even saw me "
but she STARKE 66"SERVICE }<
stopped and picked
something and hastened out to
Serviced Repaired 9:45. Morning Worship 11. Sunday Service: Sunday
the road
Generators Starters Armature "This is for holding"a red rosebud. MYF Snack Supper, 6p.m.MYFmeetings School, 9:45: a. m. Morning Worship GULF SERVICE SERVICE
you, she said. You
Rewinding. 6:45.: Evening Worship 10:45 a. m. Evening Ser-
can imagine I almost cried to 8. vice 6:30: m. Midweek Service Bill Edwards Ph. 964-7231 r
...: 4014 Lenox Jax. 387-2528 be remembered. Flowers while AND Carl Hurst Phone 964-6111
Wednesday. Youth Recreation Wednesday, 7:15: p, m.
living activities 7 p.m. College Charles Reese minister Tire Tru-ing
PIANOS sfo the days hasten on, so Youth Meeting, 8. Prayer U-HAUL RENTALS Headlight Adjusting r,
happy aid full. I bought each Meeting and Bible Study, B&YLE88moBWA T :
YAMAHA PIANOS one of the grandchildren's families 7:30. T crirmoa : Truck Trailer Brake Service

CONN and KIMBALLORGANS a lovely cookie Jar. I make Thursday. Chancel Choir Wheel Balance sad
School JO Jn. J
Sunday Complete Lubrication
cookies now and go out to fill Rehearsal, 7:45.: AUpm..t.
at 11. 'Tralnta .
up the jars. Whoopee I How DeWitt T, Farabee Jr., pas sxAing services" Minor Tune-Ups
much Joy these grandchildrengive tor. Richard P. Smith, youth Baton.. 6 pjn. >Bvnta Service. PROMPT ROAD SERVICE I
me and those little great- director. T Midweek Prayer Meeting. 1011 N. Temple Avenue _-':::",,':'.
Wednesday. 7:30.: (Everyone weJ,
grandchildren. Two of my little AH Minor Repairs
great-grandchildren, a girl 4 and Mrs. Pearl Haertle come. :Rev. George B. Coo
another 2 years old, call me "tNI1., pactor.HAAIPTUN.! 24-HR. WRECKER SERVICE 617 N. Temple Are. Starke

"Grandma Darling." That Services To Be STARKE BUILDERS }

makes me so haopy. Always Held Here Friday CHRISTIAN: Hiwajr 301 and 100 I
when I eee them I hold out my CHURCH SUPPLIES, Inc. LAWSON

KLMBALI: "SWINGER" arms" and call out. "HellD: Dar. Mrs. Pearl Haertle 58, of Sunday School 10 a. m. Morning UO S Temple Starke
ORGANS IfnI{ and so when they began to Mldlakes, near Keystone Worship at 11: Evening i Featuring Ace Hardware MEAT' MARKET
RooleveU.1al13888519! :\ they" call me "Grandma Heights, died Tuesday in a Worship, 7:30.: Rev. Carl :X% Complete Paint Supplies
Darling. it gives me so much Starke hospital! after a brief Ill Clarke, pastor. and Sporting Good AND COLD STORAGE %

happiness. They have such ness. she was born in Osaka, Slaughtering I Ii
beautiful eyes and blende hair, Va on May 13, 1911 and had FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH I "Check With Us First" DAD & BRAD SALES We specialize and Wrappln '

with fair skin and rosy cheeks. been a resident of the Keystonearea HAMPTON: Cutting
LITTLE DUDE God has blessed us greatly. for 38 years Sunday School 10 a, m. Morning i 219 Washington St. 964-5270 MODULAR HOMES Prepared for Deep Trees .
Surviving sisters, Worship at 11. Training 3
They love the cookie Jars and are eight :
what I put in them.It (Mrs. Betty MCMullin St. Geor- Union 6:30.Wednesday: night WHOLESALELORIDA
Western Store Is fun to go to the farm as ge, Utah: Mr. Cora Hicks, Prayer Meeting 7:30: followed 24-Ft. Wide Phone 964-7059
Fred ha i five puppies and lambs Charlottesville Va.: Mrs. Rebecca by choir practice. Starke Nursing -
Western Clothing Leather. and it Is so pretty out there. Yates, Mrs. Sus'e Payne, Home service. 2:49 p. m. Also 12-Ft. Wide PALMETTO STREETBRADFORD
goods Saddles and Trailer The lawn mowed with pretty and Mrs. Ada Wright< all ofClarkesvllle -Rev. Melvin Hamel, pastor. i EST .
Charles &: Sharon Patty shrubs and his wife has zinnias Ark.: Mrs. Allie MOBILE HOMES
802 S. Edrewood 884-110 Reynolds. San Jose Calif. Mrs. CALVARY BAPTIST
planted which will soon be in ; ONTR4L COUNTY
bloom. I gave Dlanna an envelope Martha Loraditch, Santa Rosa Sunday' School, 10 a. m. Morning Campers and Traveltraller

of zinnia seed supposed to Calif., and Miss Peggy Payne, Worship 11 a, m. Training .# TELEGRAPH
a Ou CM CO.
Mldlakes: two brothers, James Union 6:30: p, m. Evening Service Keystone Heights

Payne, Charlottesville, Va., and 7:30.: Prayer Meeting Wednesday OFFICE SUPPLIES
I Sherman Payne of Virginia.She 7:30 p. m..-Rev. R. H. 539 E. Call St. Starke Fla. and Lake Genera Ph. 473-4320

I ."s was a member of Hope Butler, pualor. TYPEWRITERS

Baptist Church, Theressa. Phone 964-5745 for FREE
((2. ee1cLle \ ;ft Funeral services will be held ADDING MACHINES
Jlfl w&ICEkd ; V DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH and Estimates
) /'i.t.? at 10 a.m. Friday In Jones BROOKXK Inspections BRADFORDWILLIAMS
Memorial Chapel with Rev.
(? "" .., Merle Packham officiating< In- Sunday School 10 a. m. MoraIne ABSTRACT CO. EDWARDS
ere ,I{ terment will follow in Hope Worship. 11 a. m. Training
Union 6:30: p. m. Evening Service -
Cemetery with DeWitt C. Jones
7:30. Rev. Laoy Coaway.MLS Grocery and MarketGroceries
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,./li(( 1Gl lfI 7le lle Funeral a prize Home kind.in charge.be .. ... JEWELRY Better Service For You Meats -Fee

Next month I am to help with Airpark Baptist Chare Title Problems

, Providing the finest in professional nursing care for the Bible school at our church.I Sunday: School 9:45 ajn.; Mora. Official Class Rings GAS AND OIL..'

convalescent teach music and play the piano tog Worship 11:00: sun.: Evento : Keepsake Diamonds Abstracts Jack a4 GhUys Edwarss
geriatric, chronically ill, long-term and for the large children. Thenit Worship 7:00 pjn.: Wed BITLOVA WATCHES I.

post-hospital patients. Inquiries and visits invited. begins the 16th and ends on Prayer Meeting and Bible) Vie. Title Insurance U. S. 301 Sevth Stark
my birthday. But our minister 7:00: pjn. Study on Book! of 142 W. Call St. Starke
Certified for Medicare patients. says he will arrange for me to Psalms. Nathan Z*. IfodUnsj. 158 W. CaD Ph. M4-4SS1 PHONE M4-S311
miss the last day for my sister prior. Kreiyuue Watoome. Phase 984-1014

1000 SOUTHWEST SIXTEENTH AVENUE GAINESVILLE FLORIDA 32601 and and husband wife are and bringing brother a Frank lunch CLAY ELECTRIC C OOPERAT1VE, be.

TELEPHONE AREA CODE ((904))376 2461 and are going to the park fora "The persons most difficult?! Northeast Fterlda CseatiMHehjisc Omt Ms.bsrs Lire Better
picnic. My aon's wife and the to convince they're at retire- .0wIMcI By Those We Serve la Twelve

AFFILIATE OF UNITED CONVALESCENT HOSPITALS. INC. grandchildren are planning togo ment ace are children at bed- Electrically"-Keystos* Heights-Pheae &7I- !U l'
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and for Bradford of the parties' child PUIhtlff'a '
County Florida, upon of FloridaBy and must. state the place of residence WILLTAMS deceaspilNOTIOK P. O. Drawer 1030 of Flwldn. anrtnliiMvn
receipt of attorney fee and and In the( IIItnte
Proof of yc.t\: : Beulah M. Moody and office address 32091 '
tice PUblication Of this. no- this cult to : post OF PROnATB forFlorida such cori>ornllon din on.
the fictitious against you avid A Deputy Clerk of the claimant and moat be ;: : .
BROOKER name or Earl' been filed you THE STATE OF FLOKl'DA Attorney the tilth Iny of June A. II. 1989.
Garage under 6-12 4t 7-3 worn to by the claimant. hie In Publication on June 19,
ed whl'h I amangag are required to nerve a copy of To All Person Interested First cniiHt to IIP filed In the officeof
l In .
bualneas at Starke.. FlorldA." your written defennes. If any. agent or his attorney or It willbecome The,Estate Of The Above-Named 1969. tin, Secretary of the State of
By Joyw IltoIuMI Starke.C. Mlddlpton Rt *. Box 272. to It on Barton '1'. Douglas. Attorney I. County Jailve'a Court In void according to of law.Juno Decedent: 8-19 4t 7-10 Florida, the documentary nutli-
th/eldICth .. owner. for Plaintiff. whose artdre Dated the 12th day You are notified that a wrlthoe orltrp'l"Irpil under fIIp.tlonnnq
Dated And For Bradford Count, Klor- .
A. D. day ()of June '"a Is Pout Office Drawer' 1228.Gainesville. ': A D. 1909.a 1969 at Starke Bradford : Florida 32001, andfill Ida.In lola Little BrownIOL.A the last Will of PflRIIMIV\nY CFIITIFICATF the ,cllBHolutlon of such corpor-
County Florldn re' : Estate of JOSEPHINE LITTLE BROWN, Executrix In
probato .
the Clerk been admitted to
the original with OF DIMNOIl'IIOY sith.n.Noa
I )'BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH 8-12 4t 7-3 of the above sylcrt Court on or WrLLTAMS NOTICE TO deceased.CKRDTTORfl of the Estate: of Josephine this. Court. In The COIII'OIITK Nitmr And Sly The Antltorl '. Iliorpfore, the Secretary'
The Brooker Baptist Church before July 14 1009: and If you Al creditor of Joseph ne William WIIIIamaTHOMAS & PIERCEBy You are commanded within81x (>' Of The Stoic Of VlwrlilitTo of Stat does hereby certify to
Court fall to do Default Judgment calendar months from the All Whom These Presents the foregoing and that he I I.
so a
I. TIle who died October 81,
their Vacation .. on
finished Bible Eighth Of Plorl" will be. taken. axalnet! you 1968 while resident' of Bradford S George II. Pierce date. of the first publication of Shall Come OreetliiRs'' sntlHfli-l that the requirements
School for this year. The school POP Oradforol Jndlvlal Countr.Circuit In And', for the relief. demanded. In .the County a, Florida I are notified P.George O Box H.1010 Pleroa' this Notice to appear. If In this- Whereas, I">. 8 Slceloff IaIngtnn of the Inw have been complied
thereafter aldcause Court and show cause posMblo. .
Complaint. and North Carolina E. A.Aiceloff with
June Cue No. that they are required to 82091 ;
held 16
Starke. Florida. this
Was the action
will proceed Ex parte.Witness why Lexington, North Cnr- (:4tAT.1In
A. LOursI'' file claim or demands that Executrix
June 20 at the old Brooker Riff VTCKERY. Plaln- any Attorney for Court In admitting the Will tprobate 011 Inn Fred U 8lcelo.fr. Lexington Wltniwa Whereof, T hove
have against her Es: 19, ;
-vs- ROY may June
WILBUR VJCK- hand and the seal First publication on stand unre-
rate should not .
Building with Ronald HERS' .Defendant. my In the office ot the. County North Carolina; h' J !Mel- hereunto sot mv: hand and have
School f ofJune
this day
of ald Court on voked. ere, Lexington North Carolina : affixed the Orent !Senl' of the
AMENDED Bradford Florida -
Judge of County. 4t 7-10
Bristol as principal. Parent's : ROY WILBUR NOTICI5 OF1 SCSI'TO A. D. 1969. at St8.rke. In the Courthouse at Starke Sd-Theron A. YawnCounty did on the 28th day of F..runry.A. Stint' i'f Florldn. at Tallahassee. ,
VICKERY Florida. Judge D. 1951 cause to be Incorporated the Capital this the Thirteenthdny
night was Sunday night at the Poat Office Dox Florida ( calendar
College 723 (SEAL) month from thesix date of the In County JiiHa-e's court. In (SEAL) under the lawN of the stateof of June. A, D. 1909.
Church. Creative work was displayed .- Park.Hereby Maryland 20740 Charles A. Darby first publication of thin. Notice. And For Bradford County, Flor'in THOMAS A PIERCEBy Florida Big-Ind Mnnufactur- Tom Adams
Notified Circuit
action that As Clerk of the OeoFire H. Pierce Inc Company a corporation, Secretary Of State
at the Brooker Civic an for a divorce, Each claim or demand must be '"'
runtodyi Bradford County. PIERCE
and for H.
In writing and ,filed In duplicate. re: Estate of JOSEPHINE GEORGE with Its principal place of business It 6-28
Center uofl refreshments were at Starke, Bradford County -
served there after the evening ..------------- .--- .
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sel'vicl1.the The ,Broker Church.Baptist Church 1 1 I ------ I

will have special muMc Sunday I
night June 29. "The Florida I CHUCK 1 II
Plainsmen." will present several 1 1
numbers. This is a group of.
young people who are made up 1 I 1 I Ii
of the following\ : Valarle Bristol I 1sl

age 15, .singer Tony Castten. I STEAK
age 15, !banjo and guitar player I
and s'Mapf'! { both of Brooker. La- I I i iI

vern player..Outlaw and age singer.IS, Randy guitar i RIB, ROUND or BONELESS SHOULDER I I I

Brown, age 16, guitar player FOOD FAIR PAIR
and singer, and his brother, II 1I
Ricky Brown, age 11, uklele I I

and Robin singer Stokes all of of Hampton.Lake Hamilton 1 I IIftIllfI68c @ 1

) Is visiting! here with Mr. s AS I SUPERMARKETS i

week.and Mrs. Leroy Stokes this i I I I I II

Glad to see J. C. Harrell up I II
and around after having beenIn I II
1 I
the Alachua General several I

days. t I I I ROAST .. .. ...... LII 58< ; II
Mrs. Tommy Raulerson 'recent I

bride, was honored with a love- I ROAST 88 i < I II II
ly bridal shower at the Brooker' I U S OEPT OF AGRICULTURE I ... .. .... ...IB Merchanti
Civic Center Saturday night I U.S, CHOICE BEEF NECK FREE TOO! II
June 21. Mrs. Raulerson received I ; nRgdiarAMPa

many lovely aud useful gifts. I ROAST 88# I I
Refreshments were served the ujJAiffiJHu I .... ...... l.

guests by the hostess Mrs. May I I BONELESS.2 TO 3 LBS.GROUNO OR PIECES I I
Dell Green Mrs. Vicky Colson II PRICES GOOD THURSDAY
I 1
and Mrs. Carol Lee Jones. BEEF STEW 7fii4 I THRU WEDNESDAY JULY 2ND.
We are glad to report that 1 LB I I .........LBaTCfT | QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED i

Rev. James L. Temple is at I I I I I
home recuperating after having
surgery at the J. Hillis Miller'
Medical Center In Gainesville
place in the pulpit of the Brook- SLICED 1/4 SLICED
er Baptist Church the past two HONEYNUTSAUSAGE
weeks, was his faher. the Rev. PORK LOINCHOPS AMERICAN
I. T. Temple, of Monticello.
Mrs. Ophelia Moore is also CHEESE
!home now after spending several
weeks in the Bradford
County Hospital.Mrs. NO SKIN
Pearl Hager, a former NO FAT
resident of Brooker is confinedto NO WASTE

the' Beverly Hospital in BeverlY -
Mass. Mrs. Hager fell and
broke her hip several days ago PE DAY WEDNESH
and will be confined to the hos
pital for s'veraweeks.' r-------- ,

family of Wiggins Miss. Is PANTRY PRIDE Pantry PridePOTATO i 20 C ffMAXIM

spending two weeks here visitIng SKINLESSFRANKS FISH LIBBY'SCATSUP
Mrs. Lewis' parents, Mr.
and Mrs. C. L. Atkinson, and
Mrs. Lewis' parents, Mr. and 1 I
Mrs. Emory Lewis in Starke. CHIPS i INSTANT COFFEE
Miss Murlene Rogers of Day- VACPAK12oz GOLDEN BROWN WITH mil COUPON. ooe I
tona !is spending the weekend TWIN PACK 14ozBTLS. ONLY ON.*. Mil AT
with her mother, Mrs. Ruby PKG 2 5/I rooo PAIR o*MTIIUITCMIt.
Rogers. 1 Pea rAjwiir.. UMIT-I SZPisorry COUPON.. I
Guest speaker of the Brooker
Church of Christ Sunday night L J
was Alan Polk of Gainesville. - -
Wilson (Buddy) Russ of Apo-
pka, is a patient In the hospitalin
Winter:! Garden and has had
Improving and Is expected to FLAVORS
be able to( return to his home GATORADE ORANGE, GRAPE
within the next few days. Mr. CANNEDDRINKS SPAM
Russ is a former resident of

Saw a number of people at
the Orange State Jamboree in
:Mlcanopy Saturday night, HALF 3/I 46oz
among them were: Shirley 12oz 15/I GALLON > 7oz 3/l CANS 4/l

Green, Ramona Harrell. Mr. CANS CANS
and Mrs. Bobby( Parrls Mr.
and Mrs. Ronald Bristol and
family.,Mrs. C. L. Atkinson and II
Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Stokes and I I I

family day Orange! night On State the is Jamboree program"The Florida at Satur-the I MAXWELL I.j oailFt 73 1 JUMBO 27'S I I II

Plainsmen" If you like Countryand I I

in for Western treat music if you will make be --- WHITE BREAD CANTALOUPES
a you can i iI
one of these performances at i .y HOUSE i II

Mica tAy. They are :held at the

old fIrst.High and School third Saturday building nights every I ; r/i' LB LOAF ; I II

each month. 4/99
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Notice I I. herby given that the : LB 51 I I
Undersigned under the provisions SAVE 2 .12"..PLAIN OR POWDERED SUGAR

gisterwith Florida.of Chapter Act the of Clerk 20,953)1941.; of Lawa will the Clr-re-of I 1 CAN I CAKE DONUTS..............27*! J 3/95c I II


BUSINESS'S TAR K E I LIMIT. WITH 5.00 OR MORE ORDER I APPLE PIES................... ..... 38*! ; I II



Gilbert S. Brown

Standard OU Benrle Walton

Badge Tetma Read Serrfc a
PHONE 9"-7071
07 N. Temple Mark



.' Gas Oils Lubrication BLACKWELL1O.5oz
Monarch Tire A BMloerlelJ
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ScheduleOf .ti::::}:::.::':tiy:::i::*,a::ti::tik:: ::5::*::XWPools ::: :::\hk::: +:Svi4.r;;: :: : 1s'';:W-: :;:::;':;:;:;s:::: :' vwv::t..-:
Summer HoursAt Beware Of 'Lucky License' ::: Are I Mice, But Caution 'i: Ex.'tra' Care Needed Night Jailer ... Y

P t Come-on Gimmick Public ToldMany ij Towing TrailersOn
Santa Fe ,,Advised In Signing Contract Needed BySheriff's
Floridians have or will sumer may be sued by a finance As the summer !sun gets The second scheme Involvesa
Santa Fe Junior College has receive something In the mall and the When Dept. .
company seller warmer, many families may "referral sales pitch. .
adopted its own version of Day- saying, "Congratulations, you may be able to take the stereo decide to install a small home the prospect decides that a Ear who tow a trailer \
Saving Time. have a lucky license number.It their summer outings are
light on
swimming pool. The Florida Department 000 pool is too expensive, the Wanted night Jailer.
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For the first time start- has been selected as thisweek's "hitching up" to added responsibilities -
Unfortunately, this Is justoneof of Agriculture's Of salesman explains the companywas '. ..,..."
ing July 2, classes will be winner of ... of the Florida Highway Sheriffs'
many examples such schemes fice of Consumer Services going: to Install a demon- The Bradford County
held at 7:30: a.m. Instead of the dYi t The "gift" may range from a The Office of Consumer Patrol warned today. has a vacancy for ,
the Conner Bald Department
that in selecting: a pool strator In area,
usual 8 a.m., according to Dr. 141 stereo record player to a human Services said other examples The FHP emphasizes the nec- who can qualify according *.
contractor. It :is Important to The prospect's pool could be a person v\
Ernest St. Jacques, Dean for hair wig. However the Florida include sewing machines "If" used to demonstrate to other oessily for checking tall to Chief Deputy Dolt>b f
Instruction.The Department of Agricul the projector is purchased refrigerators examine Ms reputation. lights, brake lights and turn Reddish Some bsneflta are: i
I and such would be
iMll ture's Office of Consumer Ser- "iC'twoYearssup Some home owners have been prospects signals before leaving and at t
summer term offers a i vices warned the lucky license ply of food is purchased: justto subjected to one) of several discounted by $500. The prospectis intervals during the trip.A good retirement system two
split term arrangement with number gimmick may be the schemes when building pools, further told at least ten'salescan weeks vacation! the first year
the first session[ (Term IA) mailer's license to "steal," name the need a tew.in lonner; "bargain"offer pointedout but two schemes are used most be expected with a $100 strong axle or frame sick leave, good working qondltlcm. .:
opening July 2 and ending August as the gimmick is usually just for the frequently Commissioner of commission! on each one. mounted hitch[ is recommended plus adequateItut11'1ft/! : 1 .
12 and the second(Term IB) consumer with opportunity( for ad-
"This would the pool
a come on for an expen- watch for the "if" clause. Agriculture Doyle Conner said make and drivers are reminded that pay
beginning August 15 and end- sive, over priced[ Item. lie said the best advice in The first scheme Involves the available at half price. How Florida statutes require a safe vancement. the deputy says. |, < ;

ing September 24, but also con PFC CRAWFORDNOW As a recurring example of the dealing with such offers is to "bait and switch" tactic where- ever the first and last caller In ty chain from the trailer to the Yearly '.:.
tain courses which run throughthe IN VIETNAMPfc lucky license number scheme discard the "certificate". by swimming: pools are adver regards to the pool is usually towing vehicle to restrain the Applicants must b21 ,
entire summer term which Commissioner of Agriculture the bill collector wanting to collect of age, have a high school di-1 .;,
However, for the consumer who tised at exteremly low prices. trailer if the hitch should fail -
starts July 2 and ends September ploma or equivalent gqod moralcharacter
Doyle Conner cited a stereo the full contract of
24. Michael J. Crawford who cannot bear to pass upa chance, However the salesman attemptsto price .
be able to operate a
recently graduated as an Ammo record player scheme. some further advice was offer- switch the customer to a the pool," Conner warned. "Remember your extra len- :
RegularI I registration for Technician In the Marine Corpsat The trick Is the "free stereo ed, before picking up the much :higher priced Installation The Off ice-of Consumer Services ght and allow more room for two-way radio system and tele .

Term I and IA will[ be June 30 Quantico Va., spent a 20- record player offer, he said, "prize", the consumer should by downgrading: the advertised recommends getting: several turning changing[ lanes, and type. ;
through:, July 1 I. with regis- day leave with his parents, Mr. Is that the consumer must agree check the actual price of the pool. estimates on any Installa passing. Increase following Applicnts must also be willing
tration for IB scheduled for and Mrs. J, E. Crawford, of to buy the equivalent of one same or an equivalent item for He says that yearly maintenance tion Involving: as much expenseas distances to allow for stopping' to attend traln'ng' schools to '
August 12 through 15. Kingsley Lake,and was sent to stereo record per week for comparison basis. A call to is high that It is not guar- a pool as well as checkingthe because of the added weight," up-grade proficiency. I.", .',

Classes for Term I and IA Camp Pendleton for advanced eighteen months. the Better Business Bureau or anteed, and that the customer reputation of each contrac advises the FHP.[ Persons Interested In obtain[ \-
will begin on July 2 but clas- training. The total price of the rec- the Chamber;: of Commerce is will have to do much of the tor. For anv questIons' concern Other drivers should remember ing employment with the Stieitiffs ->'< :I
ses and the College offices ords is equal to the full retail -' also advisable. pie-Installation work :himself, ingfraudulent sales practices, that motorists pulling trail < twpartment a'hould: con*'.' "'
will be closed July 4 through He left June 5 for duty in price or more for the If you have a complaint or Conner pointed out. contact the Office at the Department ers have these extra responsibilities tact Sheriff P. D. Reddish or '.

7 [Independence Day. Vietnam with the 1373 Re- stereo, and sometimes the records questions of this nature, be sure As an alternative a more expensive of Agriculture In Tal and should displaya Chief Deputy Dolph Reddish forfuither
placement Battalion. Pfc as well, he said. to consult the Office of Consumer : lehassee.MINNNNIIIIMNINNNNIINNMNNMIMNMNNMIIIMNMMIMMNMIN. little extra courtesy toward '
model is offered at what Information
Crawford is 1968 In order receive.the"free" Services. Department of Agriculture them.,_. .. .
a graduateof MN/M/ W
the salesman calls a "dis """" ""''''' 'H''H'' ''MMNNIMI
BIIS and enlisted in the stereo a note to pay the full The Capitol. Tallahassee ,
FLORIDATHEATRE Marine Corps last October. price must be signed. If full Florida, 32304, atten count"; the price may still be
payments are not paid, the con- tion Robert J. Bishop,director. excessive If the customer >Is not fGMl ':
willing: to make the switch.

Conner said, the order !Is often l5J ,:
CHICKENSBy :held up to discourage him or)
have him cancel the contract. MINK Of IKlulalHEVGLADti'S
Mrs. D. E. Hill

SHO'1'DIr.- 301 DriveInSHOW I .

Weekday :P. M.: Raising chickens has been a News About "

Sunday 3 P. :M. sideline of living ( generally \ ,
of the housewife's .', .
designated as one -
P. :M. Colored Citizens
TIME IS SU'JDOWNAumssJOX chores) since the settling LISTEN THIS, \ ) + '1
of this area but raising OUR WeAl b OLDS \ .B .
THUR., FRI.. SAT. : : Adults 75c Students 60c "
chickens" as big business, as I DEALER CAN\ PUT US \ II"','
JUNE 26, 27, 28 Children Under 12 Free Hampton people know it today, NAACP MEETINGThe IN A NEW OLDS 'II.' :'
Double Feature began after World War H In Bradford County branchof 1I' '
THURS., FRI., SAT. JUNE 26, 27, 28 1948. NAACP met Wednesday night, AT REAL SAVINGS / :I

,', -. DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAM A Mr. Welgan near Graham June 18, at Allen Chapel AME EIGHT NOW;, / < ,
Church. Topics for discussionwere
had the first modern style .
i. ." ) chicken house in Bradford the organization of a cit N .,
a i3LHtIPCR "rosy.t \. County, in 1948, and first In izen's committee, club and

\\ j@@ Hampton were Francis and Paul church sponsored activities for "WATS: GREAT STAN f ?. ,
tiu Meng the following year. When youth and young adults. A com- "*
\i. i5 : G1000o)(d f?d) L in. these long narrow chicken mittee will work in each of these CAN AFFORD ,1'. '.:
r MGI 0TecHeartisaTECHNICOLOR" houses first began dotting the areas. The next meeting for WI +1:
:. : landscape they were built for reports on the committee'sprogress TO STRAIGHTEN UP II t ,.
: I' ,/. rachel cunelyc unter 5,000 chickens. That was afar will 1 be held Wednes- 1HE PLACE.\ 1 b:, :'
cry from the backyard day, July 2, at 8 p.m. in the r ,
u@] rachel _iff dozen -. or so biddies from a Church of God in Unity. II, ",
.--_ ..ultimo/IM iun..iwiwT., From WARNER BROS SEVEN ARTS !
COLOR United. Artists'. setting hen j ,t.
Now, 30,000 or more to a HEAD START PROGRAMThe
E M R E farm, with Involved machinery Head Start Workshop started 1

I I SUN., MON., TUBS., WED. JUNE 29, 30 JULY 1,2 for watering feeding, pickingup Monday in Green Cove .A'. .;l ,

PLUS DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAM eggs cooling etc. are Springs for the workers, and i iv1 '., ,
commonplace. More than 30 lasted through Wednesday.

RAWand VIOLENT farms surrounding Hampton, h -:
8 On The Lam from the Alachua County line ADULT CLASSES '
on Highways[ 301 and 325, east There is a six week sum- ;

[ The Word to 100 on 18 and 221, and In mer session scheduled for ,"
With BOB HOPE gyp' ,. the Hampton Lake area are adults wishing to improve "
AndPHYLISS :J Was Out.. involved in chicken farming and themselves in the three R's. .

DILLER "", WASTESun. most have more than one house. Registration is In progress at p '.'''' ... ,I.I I.i I. .:
rdt"t :t For some it Is a "moonlightIng" the Vo Tech Center. :
enterprise In addition to i .
., Mon., Tues., Wed. ',,.: r HIM! the wageearner's Income CHURCH ACTIVITIES I 1 ....... .
June 29, 30<1. July 1, 2 )It ,)u MON, -- ti .- '< from another job and for some, Greater Allen Cahpel AME ..1, '" 'Ii I .Jt. ",. '....:......

a full'h.&na.UveUhood.In .. .. Church Rev. L. A. Sampson uN.w I1Hind,I;; 'I ::1"1,, + ,. p';
w ; N N ql Yh aY A MN. lit .
these 1960's when chores School 10
sl J 'l oRA pastor Sunday a.m.
How To Commit l / o for the children of the familyare Missionary Service will be held ". al .. u

in many places a thing[ of at Mt. Zlon AME Church, Law- l' "
FANFARE FILM PRODUCTIONS RELEASE 1|B| ,; the past, most of ]Hampton's tey at 11 a.m. All officers / f 11\

A l MarriageStaring chicken farming operationsare and members are asked to F 'i

PLUSMARY a family project with[ even please be present and on time. "' .;
smaller children helping at 1.'
BOB HOPE some stages. This is particularly REVIVAL SERVICES will
JANE true during the first daysof start at Bethlehem Free Will

And getting in new chickens,when Baptist Church Monday night,
JACKY GLEASON WITH FABIANSomething brooders are used; water jars June 30, continuing through Sun-

readied, washed, and kept filled day, July 6. There will begood
and feeding is done by hand gospel, singing every night anda Tt 5i 4

compared to the automation great preaching by Rev. GG, ,
which takes these tedious McArthur, the evangelist. Ser-
jobs when the over birds grow out vices start each night at 8 Great savings! Great selection! Great time to escape from the ordinary! '

of the brooder stage. o'clock the pastor Rev. Jas
per Williams, invites everyoneto .
There are three classifications -
-- broilers pullets and

layers. The broilers, to be ing on cold nights -- at leaston
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10 weeks the clean
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Chemclal treatments for
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,s. :Miss Janice Elizabeth Whita- New 18-Hole Golf CourseA '

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.. .... .... .. .... Ralph Ntowberry.Herbert S. C.. Whltaker and Donald of new use for a portion of discussion at Monday night's tee of which he is a member
EYSI0fleI / of !Mr. the Keystone Airport propertymay special council meeting Mayor plans to apply for 250 to :300
I Russell Dowllng. son be In the offing, it was Ray Starnes urged a quick set acres of airport property for rr
Hi/itesl' and Mrs. William Q. Dowllng. learned this week. tlement of the leasing controversy construction of an 18hole golf

; I k'J J a... Phone in Yoar It. : f'i..;'..'h'f. '. I of united Keystone In marriage Heights on: June were 7 During the perennial airport stating that a commit- course.Later learned(after the meeting I

F' I '' in the First Baptist Church of chalrimn,
; \\j ; : \!! ,,: I ) that Starne'lls
, I '."':I'' I" ':, j'i'!' Newbeiry. with the pastor. Rev. committee appointed by I he
GOLF INVITATIONALAT !, 't : //,1"11'1 Swim a
LOCAL"'CLUB' eneva. From their conversation ,.<''Y-'\4'1''.< '" .1'' t : James A. Bass Jr. officiating.The Keystone Rotary Keystone Golf & Country Cm*.

Local golfers Voncille Ketch it would seem that the'boys ; j, bride was given In mar- to Investigate the feasibility
and Joe Petrock came in with are proxy members of the local 0i! :; riage by her father. Her gown Start Lessons July 7thFinal of constructing a new 18-hr-ie!

i 141 to win low gross from a Chamber of Commerce. Mr. was of peau de sole embroidered course at the airport or obtaining -

, field of 64 entrants in the 36- Hartmann is Mr. Nelson's son- with seed pearls and featuring plans were coordinatedfor her at 473-4848. sufficient property front

hole Annual Couples Invitational in law.HEEE .. a bell-shaped skirt and the Annual Swim Programat Two fish frys will be held to the developers of Keystone Club

.', held at the Keystone Golf & N' THERE ,'" empire waistline. Her long last Friday's meeting of the help defray the cost of the pro- Estates to add another ') hoii, .
Country Club on Saturday and mantilla of misty Illusion was Keystone Rotary Club. gram. The first one will be on'Friday. to the present course. (#h'r
Mr. and
Mrs. George Kauf- of the committee '
of members .1'
June 21 with, appliques
Sunday 22. mann and accented The program is sponsored annually July 5. starting at 5:15.:
daughter returned and John Rufflm.
Bob Hayes
Second low gross was won by home this week Alenoon lace and she carrieda by the Rotary Club In The second will be held on the
after ofi
Frank and .Billie Miles, with 4 cascade bouquet of phalaen- final Friday Though the committee's -
with members of day of the
'of a two week vacation in Washington cooperation program icial report will not be millie
their score 146. and Chicago. They were ; opsls orchids and stephanotis. the members of the YMCA staff July 18. Awards and bad until the July 7 meeting of the
Beulah Sands and Bill Wll- accompanied home by the Kauf.mann's Matron of honor was Mrs. the YMCA staff associated with ges will be presented to the country club directors, Starne;
ford won.first low net with 122. Kyle Dean Loftls. sister of the
son, Paul, who is on Camp Immokalee. students at this time. said Monday night that a !xii'
following a sudden death playoff leave following his AIT training bride. of Atlanta. Bridesmaidswere Swimming lessons will start Tickets are now' on sale for ton of the airport properly
with P. A. and Oma Raleigh with the Air Force. her cousins, Jo WlllaGramllng Monday.: July 7, and will be the fish frys at _1.25 for adults around Crystal Lake would

who entered the same tir and Mary Katherine completed Friday, July 18. Instructions and .75 cents for children under make an Ideal golf course.

. score. Both teams represented Mr. and Mrs. Bill Morganand 4 Williams. All wore floor-length will be given from 9 12. Tickets may be purchased If the city parses: to lease
the Dunes Golf & Country: Jumpers of pastel'
Club of Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Davis : peasant-style silk with white organza to 11 each morning for any Individual from any Rotarian. th e needed property for Hi,is
yellow six years or older. The Installation of new Rotary purpose, it is considered like-
Pansy Hawes and Lloyd Hen sassa were Springs vacationing last at weekend.Homo- tjS blouses featuring long bouffant Mrs. Jim Wharton has requested officers will be held Friday ly the club would apply u>r
derson local finished"third
golfers, .J-t Rhett Fox, son of Mr. sleeves. They carried nosegaysof that any lady wishingto evening. June 27. at the Wom Federal funds for constru -tlon
; with 123. Keystone
place a with pale
and Mrs. Everett Fox, arrived Marguerite daisies donate one or two hours an's Club. A social hour and of the course.
golfers Lois Walker and home on Thursday ,/ :Y.::" green velvet streamers. Kelly each morning during the period dinner will precede the cere Starnes' announcement. followed
Jim Fox were fourth place winners following a ,j '>>'( WhItaker Loftis niece of bride. '
\ of
dlscu nit
tour of duty in Vietnam. "iit: of Instruction please contact monies.'K.sKsx.xx a lengthy :;

A tied with 124.score of 125 brought ;,' : ',. I I"fJt also attended In a dress of pale ... .. .......................,............,...,.....................'..............................................................................J._. the proposed lease 01 a por
Warren Batts of Columbia, i yellow batiste with ruffles of .:-: ::: : *>: : : Lion of the airport prope '}
: fifth place honors to Dutch and S. C. was a Sunday guestof ; ,:.- white lace.William ;; ;; to the Keystone Sportsmen'sClub
Odelle Hennles, who defeatedPat p''c''j'"g1'111!
Mrs. John Batts and son I "' Q. Dowllng HI served which has raised some objections -
and Herb Helman in their ." ,; his brother as best man. by the Federal Vvla-
sudden death match. The Helman's Jeff.Mrs. .( '
Les Stephenson was visiting Ushers were Douglas P. Hooker, tion Agency.At .
were awarded a certificate her father and friends in John D. Smoak, Marlon H. Davis "Keystone On Parade" .. Bell Ringing and Fireworks a previous meeting, the
as sixth place winners. Kenneth A. Dandrldge popularly known KOP and Council had authorized ;It-
Tournament Chairman Bob Greensboro,_ N. C. last week as Display July 4.
Russell C. Poland and Otis L. soonsored by the Woman's Club Card Party Luncheon. port Committee Chairman Ko\
Hayes thanked the participants Whitaker. of Keystone Heights .. opens 10.Dress Watkins to obtain an opinion
I their for Mr. and Mrs. Herman Roe hi, July .
tournament guests and dinner attendingthe of Keystone Club Estates, returned Carol Ann Warren Becomes Bride A reception was given at the July 1 with a free Arts and Sale .. July 10 and 12. from City Attorney Berwick
last week after a three- home of the bride In Newberry Crafts show at the municipal Rotary Fish Fries .. July 5 Anderson as tojustwhatauthor-
:on Saturday the evening. Hayes week vacation with their children Of Mr Coggshall In Church Rites after which the newlyweds left building each afternoon through and 18.Food. ity; the City had and did not ive,
;presented winning July 12.Mrs. .. in regard to leasing the PC m-
Sale 3.
with gift certificates. in Omaha,Neb. The Roehl's for a wedding trip In the July
Junior Golfer Bobby Hayeswas granddaughters, Deborah and Miss Carol Ann Warren, !honor. mountains of North Carolina. Freemont Tolles, general Golf Tournament .. July 8. erty.;
quite busy last week win Karen, accompanied them to daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. The groom was attended by They will live In AltamonteSprings. chairman, announces the Horse Show .- July 4, 5, 6. Anderson did not attend Monday :

ning prizes in two tournaments.On Keystone for a two week va William Warren of Keystone Robert Plccalo best man and .- Fia. following dates to rememberin Registration Swim Pro- night's meetinglowev"I'/ ,
and Watkins was request! 'o
connection with this ..
cation. Following their vacation and David C. COgg- ushers were Anthony CapItano. program gram July 5.
Tuesday, he was low grossin Heights
of festivities .. meet with the attorney, dong
in Keystone, the girls will of Mr. and Mrs. Millard Gil Betz. Robert Carter. Ricky : Swap Shop July 12.
the weekly tournament at shall, son and otl
.. Starnes ir
with Mayor
Art Show 1-12. .
fly to Detroit to visit with their of Mlnneola. Warren and John, Warren, Swim Program July 7-18. ,
the local club. On Fridayand J. Coggshall In the shape of the American councilmen and oi ''Hln m
Saturday he played in the other grandmother were united In marriage Satur- brothers. of the bride. Flag. --- opinion on the legal! .' of the

Junior's Tournament at Ocala, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sutton day evening, June 14, at 8 0'. George Canova Jr. served as Plans for the Robert Morris city's position. And MHJill: \
where he placed thrid in his were visiting Mr. Sutton's clock in the Community Church ring bearer, and the flower girl Birthday picnic were changed. Keystone Volunteers To Offer also be asked to prep o a new..

division.At mother in Lakeland on Sunday, of Keystone Heights. vas Robyn Wyman, who worea and a cover dish supper will >be lease incorporating two of the
the Junior Tournament on where they attended a small Rev. L. C. Tucker of the ruffled lace dress and dropped held at 6:30: p.m. Saturday (Aug. Fireworks Display on July 4 changes suggested by /AA: the
Tuesday, Christine Brokas and family reunion. First Presbyterian Church of daisy petals as she walked 30. In the Masonic Hall. The restriction of hunting with rifles -

George Richardson tied for the Col. Jim Chesslngton has returned Gainesville officiated at the down the aisle.Preceding chapter wUl be In summer recess on airport property, and the
Callaway prize. from a week's business double ring ceremony. and during the until October( 7. The Keystone Heights Volunteer Beach. or anywhere up and banning of planting feed for
Fred Harbnann and sons, trip to California. During the Two braces of gold candelabra ceremony Floyd Baker sang two COMMUNITY CHURCHDr. Fire Department Is plan- down the lake In that vicinity deer within a certah. distance:

Drew and Eric, and Mr. Hart. period of his trip, Mrs. Chess- with white tapers flanked baritone solos, accompanied by Ben N. Nelson (Lutheran. ning a treat for youngsters as according to Fire Chief Ed Bennett of runways.
mann's father, all of Wilmington Ington visited with Col.and Mrs.H. the altar, while fern and native the church organist Mrs. Geor- of Plnellas, Park was ,guest pre- well as oldsters of the area witha who Is chairman of ar Chairman Everett Fox pi >-
Dela., were guests last Hamilton of Charleston,S.C. foliage were banked at either ge Canova. acher at the morning worship spectacular fireworks displayon rangements. posed that Council seeks- a
week of Mr. and Mrs. Herb of Mrs. Warren mother of the of effort ruling from the State Attoriie.
side. Alarge arrangement service on June 15. An Informal the Fourth July. Bennett hopes this initial
Nelson and Herb Jr., of Lake- Buzzy Zowarka is spendingthe white and yellow mums and bride. wore a dress of pink or- reception for the congregationto The fireworks. will be fired will eventually grow intoa General defining the C ity'*

view Drive. A special treat week with Mr. and Mrs. gladioli was used In the center. ganza, while Mrs. Coggshall.the meet Dr. and: Mrs. Nelson from a pontoon boat anchoredIn large celebration at Keystone. authority.. over the a1rpoI.
for the junior Hartmann's was Jim Darby and family In Jack Reserved were marked bridegroom's mother worea the main body of Lake Geneva This thing has been IM nt
pews was held following the close of Heights on the 4th of July.
their first fish in LakeJCEYSIONE I
20 and ,
sonville.* net satin rib- full length blue coat dress. dark. It around years,
with bows of and the service. starting about The public is invited to como
want to find out ;"'::0
Nelson has for
returned one
Mrs. Mary ,
bon, with lllles-of-the-valley.- Each wore orchid corsages. Dally Vacation Bible School may be viewed from Keystone out and enjoy the fun.nrtnrsr sin". '. "
from a two week Vacation and for all where we >!
Given in marriage by her Following the ceremony, ''was held In the educational
brother In.lal" Fox said.
with her
father, the bride wore a gown guests were received In the ed- building, June 16-20 with closing
lt111l II.tr.. t..plJll.Mf.1uJ. : -oi"'W'ni\t 'aWttMi? h 'u- --JWaWnnal building where the ...
:! ,. l l.: n. M -'.' - .,.. Budget. Adopted.
white silk organza and lace, large bell-topped jv.eddl'Qfc'ysike! !. ; able faculty was under the direction Early- in- the- meeting I L.,uo-
HEIGHTS R. Garner of Muncie, Ind. reembroldered with seed pearls. was erved .vrtth punch, nuts, of Mrs. Joanne Wyman. I I IBy : ++ cil unanimously approved a

Mr. and Mrs. Leamon Temple Her full length tulle veil edgedIn and flrrAfter{ Refreshments for the closing 196970 budget totaling( -tr\:)0,

I and son are visiting Mr. lace was caught with a satin a wedding trip to Lake program were in charge of Mrs. Joyce Rowe 550, an Increase of about! S3,
Temple's family, Mr. and Mrs. bow headpiece. The cascading Toxaway and other mountain Walter Groltck. 000 over the currentyear's tot
DIRECTORY Frank Ottinger. bouquet was of white and yellow resorts In North Carolina, the al. No increase in tin ad

Miss Carol Wolfe Is visit mums centered with a couple will reside at 1202V4 S. Each season s-
white orchid. W. 1st Avenue Apt. 1, In Gain- that the children have been do- The levi II
ing Mr. and Mrs. J: Store of ool supports a missionary pro- decided not to hold anymore pect, however. "
RABY'S AUTOSERVICE The five bridal attendantswere esville. ject and Mr. and Mrs. Chuck regular meetings :during the Ing. The dinner. will begin at remain at 5.5 mills, slnei' increase ,
Bristol, N. H. for two weeks. all gowned alike in long The ,bride graduated from: the Dudley. who will be missionaries summer months, which Include 6:30: with Mrs. John Brennan in In expenses Is offset

Keystoners regret to learn yellow organza and white tulle Keystone Heights High! School on the Ivory Coast of Africa for July and August. charge. by increase in income.
with bodices embroidered in and attended St. Johns River Club Finance Chairman Ha: ;
The Interlachen Lions
Complete Auto Repairs that Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hardl- five years, wens the recipientsthis It seems that most: 'activities
tiny white daisies. Junior College and Santa Fe and Volunteer, ans said that the new ci \
Air Conditioning Repairs gree and family will move to They wore year. They will both teach have been suspended for the Fire Departmentare
ft Automatic Transmission yellow velvet bows in their Junior College. She is now em- and assist In building churchesin summer. Considering the ,amount looking for talent for their roll amounts to $V. !I''
Atlanta this summer, where hair. and carried nosegays of ployed as composition assistant the m ulon. of I've been getting talent contest to be held at their showing an Increase .'
Service Mr. Hardigree has accepteda white tulle centered with a at Media Marketing, Inc. In retiredmlnls.ter news July 4 celebration.' If you like $80,000 in real esinisonal "
Rev. Vance Gordon, lately, I might as 'well suspend ,
professional and "
PHONE 473-4404 position as Gainesville.Mr. property asse-Min-i
white orchid.Bridesmaids.
Hill 'to perform you are invited topartlc.j
of the Murray column also. If you '
superintendent with a my news Disbursement tol'l'I
Little Lake Bedford greens were Mrs. W. L. Cogghall graduated from Presbyterian Church' Jacksonville take trIps / >j1;|i3. Trendieswill: / be
have any guests any ,
9-hole golf i\ rnJ'lI Ui l
course. are
Bunce Jr., Mrs. R. C. Kschen- high school In Clermont and Is will be guest preacher anything special awarded to the winners.
or are planning $7,385 Streets $iil45; '
bacher. Miss attending the ;
BEAUTY SHOP Mr. and Mrs. Gene Whittle Sharon Malphurs University of Sunday. June 29. please get In touch with me at bage and Trash Collection. 'III.
and children, Loretta Linda and Miss Connie Penley and Miss Florida. He is a member of NOTICE: Mrs. Paschal Carr 475-5692. hops my phone wont Incidentally if you have noth- 540; Parks $840; l'oli < p.-

KEYSTONEBEAUTY Frank, Jr., former Keystonersnow Carol Ann Coggshall. Miss De- Kappa Sigma fraternity and a church secretary, will be in the be out of order' ing special planned for Fourth partment, $8,302; anc(' I I' i ii'i '-
Valdosta lores :Murrhee was maid of former member of I. F. C. 11 Mon- Richard Moore why not ''attend the festivities?
living In were office from 8 to a.m., Mr. and Mrs. partment, $4,338.Anticipated .
SHOP visiting. friends in Keystoneon day through Friday, during July and family spent a few days' A full slate of activities< has income 'ash I, lid
Florida Pan- been planned starting with taxes !$;:?n '""''i
KDITH JOHNSON' Hraer Sunday. and August. last week in the as: cigarette : ;
Nrsonml and Creative Members of the Church Church handle. ch1l ren's games at 10 in the. ad valorem taxes, $I" ,7111' M-"
Hair Strike NEWS NOTES
Kverr' Form of Beauty: School, (Friends: and Couples \Mrs. Robert Mitchell and Mrs. morning a contest for the area. tility tax, $4,400; am' fra.i-: .:'..

CIItiuren.&t.., H; closed I7)7"-) ? '-'R---; 1 By Helen Efan Class and the Youth Fellowshipall Carrie' Webb of Tampa spent Volunteer Firemen, the talent taxes, $2,000.
i have greatly reduced the Indebtedness the weekend with Mr. and Mrs.J. show and ia street dance In the
> I
& ( rl1t1 on the Lewis proper. O. Dann. Other guests of the afternoon. Throughout the day '

BUILDING MATERIAL ; 1 EASTERN STAR ty, and it is hoped. that the balance Danns were her, son and daugh there will be an art display.
HARDWARE 1. The final Chapter meeting before will be completed this ter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Ernest buffet dinner will be held from DKACLINiVOttK:

the summer recess ,was held month. Allen and daughter Peggy 11 to 1. ,with hot dogs, cold IUILDOXLN( ( ,

BROOKLYN on June 17 in the Masonic Tem ...PERSONALSMr. Sue, and grandson Larry O' drinks, pop corn candied ap- AnTIIJun! !' >
pIe. Following the general business and Mrs. John McLean Neal all of Starke. plea cotton candy and: ballons
SUPPLY HOUSE 3 of the chapter, Worthy and dahghter of Appomattox Gas Alderman As in the Riverside being sold throughout the day. CAM

Lumber Plywood Builder's 1 Matron Grace Keeth welcomed: Va. and former residents of Hospital In Jacksonville.Mrs. To finish out the day. there will Big Chief Hcovy

Hardware > Roofing SheetrockPunellof I i special guests who were honored Gainesville were weekend guests Edith Wallace Is in MI- be a fireworks display at 9:30.:

Pautla Insulation with a courtesy centered aroundthe of Mr. and Mrs! (Roy Bridges ami visiting her son and daugh- Fifty-nine aerial fireworks have Construction Inc.
Tx:>> >U Electrical A Plumbing American Flag. and daughter Marilyn. ter-In-law. Mr. and Mrs. George been purchased for this event.So ,
5JuppIl. Grand Treasurer Mary Laura William ,Reynolds, Sr. Is expected Palutka/ ::123'UTG(

Ifwy.: 21 N. of Keystone 473-4886 Johnson
Ruth, Bobbie! Rldgeway' both County Hospital following a ser >are In Ncrth Carolina -visitIng all or part of the day's fun? I
CONCRETE PRODUCTS of the Gainesville Chapter; ies of tests. her moth?r. doubt you will be disappointed. ---

Pearl Clark chairman of Ma- Claude Tillman was taken by Those of you who love blueberries .
PORCONCRETE sonic Home Fund; and Grand ambulance to the Veterans Hospital will be Interested that Mr. and Mrs. Dale Price and

: PRODUCTS Committee member of the LI- In Gainesville last Friday. they are now ripe and ready for children of Tulsa Okla. are KEYSTONEDRIVEIN

CALL, OR SEEEdward's brary, Hector Ownbey were formally Mrs. Marguerite Grennan, ,who picking greeted by officers 'and entered :Alachua General, Hospital Farm near Earlton. Ycu can Mr. and Mrs. Virgle Rowe and

BuildingSupply members. on June It. Is being transferred buy them there or pick them children and Mr. and Mrs.
Inc. Worthy Patron Winton Keeth. to the Gainesville Extended yourselves at a reduced price. Tom Chamblee and children. -- --

72* 8. MAIN 37M444 Chaplain Gerry Jackson and Care Nursing Center, Faith Presbyterian Church Duplicate Bridge FRI., SAT. June -J7.! 23

Gainesville FloridaNURSERY Marshall Paddy Gllrle assistedin 1000 S. W. 16th Ave. and the United Methodist.Church, Winners last week at the Mel- KIFIKJOUCLAJj I
the presentation. RoHnd Coutu of (Hillcrest. have been having ''a combined Bridge Club
t Some of the Best News rose Duplicate : Fi
Mrs. Phoebe Wernersbach. of and his house guests .were in Vacation Bible School this weekat were: Mrs. Emery Cooper and

Appears First in a Book Hawthorne Chapter Monroe N. an automobile accident six miles Faith Church. Friday night Miss Bessie Rutherford lit "THEBROTHERHOOD

Y.. was a house guest of Past from Silver Springs: when a tire there will be a fellowship Dinner place; Mrs. Gay Livingston and ) riaW
O.C. Cames Nursery Take this happy young lady, for Instance. She's Matron Bea Schroeder.Mrs. came off a wheel of their car. at the Church and parents Mrs. Ray Starnej. 2nd place; -'

Thousands of plants already spreading the news all around town about Pearl Chrk thanked the Mrs. Alice Wood 'and daughter Mrs. Al Bachmann and Mrs. W. IRENE ALEX P-XPAS CORD-

Fruit Trees-Shade Trees where she's going; to college this fall. Actually this chapter for contributions to the Mrs. Dorothy Young, of Walt- and Mrs. Allen Miller on dea- J. Grolick 3rd place; Mrs. W. LUTHER ADLER,
Masonic Home Fund, and Mary ham. Mass. ''and Mr. Coutu were th of Mr. Miller's mother recent H. Hackman and Mrs. C. W. -- '-- -
good news was first written in the pages of a
Evergreens Laura Johnson responded to the all in the Ocali 'Memorial Hospital ly.
bank book in which each enteredwas Hardy. 4th place. SUN., MON.. TUES.
; savings deposit!;
Azaleas ,
Camellias & courtesy. Brief patriotic messa- for treatment of injuries.' Reports hays been received of
MOST ALL IN CANS a firm step forward to her goal! ges were brought by Bobble They were released after three the death of Mrs. Russell (Mary FORESTRY SERVICE June 29, :30 July 1

PLANT ANY TIME You, too, can read some "good news" about collegefor Rldgeway and Hector Ownbey. days but at this writing Mrs. ) Young In Naples Fla. abouta FIRE REPORT THE SUPREME IN i,

Beautiful Roses your child in the pages of your savings bank Mattle Lee Klngsbury gen- Wood is still in the hospital. month ago. No details are a- HIGH ADVENTURE, .
book! First step is to set up a systematic savings eral chairman of Ways and Her Injuries were to her back. vailable at the present time. Less than half an inch of rain

LandscapingPhone ; plan designed to accumulate the funds Means. thanked members for and leg and rib fractures pre- Rev. Young was pastor of the was reported by the Flolrda &!
659-2165 necessary their cooperation and contributions vent her from walking. Mrs. Community Church far three Forest Service in Bradford /b
when the time comes. Then follow through with to a successful Taste SUP- Young came down here to visit! years and transferred to Hla- County; during the week ending

23 Mi.VS. S. of Starke on your deposits according to schedule and the per and auction on June 14. and return with Mr. Coutu and leah where he established a new Monday, with only 2.88 Inches ,

Hwy JOO at Flprahome news is sure to be good An expression of appreciation her mother to their homes in Presbyterian cturch. reported to date in June. The ,.. '.
for June Is 'n :.: "'... ;::
USED CARS was read from ,Worship Master Massachusetts. The car was We regret to l:'arn of the 50-year average
Gilbert Reed of Melrose Mason. demolished so a new car is death of Rev. Orville Ice formerly 10.30 Inches. No forest fires
Ic[ Lodge 89 for financial assistance awaiting their overdue home- of Temple Terrace Community were reported in the county; WED., THURS. July,2, 3

Hanks Used Cars KEYSTONE STATE BANK ; given by the chapter for ward trip. Church of Tampa. In a during the past week. THE STRANGE WORLD
The outlook for temperaturesthis
the over the aIde and Mrs. Todd O. GIvens [
new canopy Mr.
Bid CASH DISCOUNT Gainesville nursing home. Rev. at
week will be above normal, r.THLopvii4Rssur-e.-
M.ab.r FJ9XC of the temple. Club Estates have t ,5 IuA
K.y ton Heights Fla. doors of Keystone Ice served as guest preacher "
.TERMS with humidity near normal, according __ .. .
1 The .refreshment committee home and will soon n : I
sold their ,
several times at the Community ""
TRADERT. to the Forest Service. rfflr''r- :iIo
(BUY.- SELL 1'ev Frtadlr Baak la Your Friendly! Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Mitchell. be resident of Mllllcan Mobile Church here and was Instrumental Predicted rainfall will be near It "'o. : '\. ,I
I. BOX MHwy. 100 .:;:) "'..1'ot..
Mrs. Nell Duncan. and Mrs. Home Park on Highway in advising the church In .
inch occuring mainly '
100. 8 Mile 8. Stork c..aalt / ;\
served fruit
Chessle Devrick. East. building committee on the new afternoon and evening thunder- ".. .
? punch and sheet cake decorated Sympathy Is extended to Mr. sanctuary. showers. -


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y-yyyyyyvyyvy yyyyvYV Need Special Medically Unfit r" 398 Bitten i..1 School Children Can Be Adopted 1 1I''I''U' Worrrt<'r"bire
Pets Age Seafood Kabobs I._. t t.t'l''i'lt tItled dill lea\ei,

INDIAN BEACH Attention In Draftees Draw |: By Snakes |: Through Children's Home Soc. of Fla. Legend has it that kabob tiipiis'd,

cookery came into being centuries -

Hot WeatherFamily For Pay, Leave as many as five: together In our ago as a practicality of the for bar-
BUly I0 and Ricky! 811a, Combine all ingredients
(Lake Bant F.) 1 7968 J a.
During 111 rugged Caucasus: mountain nomads -
Bri HlchMl B Cb2ttlw. pets need special care "FaUure to discover that the 1 j keep asking "why doesn't" any- area concerned.with rewarding results foraU Wild game was their becue sauce' pound On 8 skewers(about ,16)alternate )

.. 75171AAAA : and consideration during the physical condition of a person I Florida I one want to 'dopt us. dietary staple, and lacking the shrimp peeled 2 and cleaned; 1
In "Surely there still
are people
long, hot summer, say specialists Inducted Into the Armed Forces, They are living In the Chlldt'en's niceties of the cookstove or pound halibut or salmon steak,
kkA A&&AAAAAAAA who can find room in their
with the Florida Agricu- was such as would warrant Center, a small Institution hearth they skewered the meaton cut in 16 pieces; 1 can ((1 pound)
A total of 398 persons was hearts and homes for these their swords and roasted it
Greetings, friends and neigh ltural Extension Service. rejection from military service,, which is part of the NOl'theastem whole white onions drainedand;
of his right treated for venomous snake Division: of the Children's children whose needs are so over open fires. 16 cubes cucumber (about
doesn't deprive
bors, from your run-down roll- If a dog Is housed outside esteemedas
kabob Is
dur- the
bites In Florida hospitals desperate. And Today
is the
of Florida, summer 1-inch). Grill kabobs 4lnchesabo..e
and allowances Home Society
four be it has plenty of shadeto to military pay
I now sure
Ing reporter. am in the
to the State a gourmet specialty
bur 1968. according best time to place older childrenso glowing coals for about 20
rolling-reporters! instead of two, rest In, preferably a place and accrued leave, states a a United Fund Agency. Billy finest restaurants and on family :
Board of Health. they get settled In with- minutes or until done, turningand
and It sure was rough! on me with some air movement, to new ruling by the Comptroller Twenty seven per cent 01 and Ricky along with ten other out school can dinner tables. The method of brushing the first 10 minutes

for the first tme! around. As of catch eash passing breeze. General of the United States. the snake were by pygmy youngsters In the Center came Interruption.Couples cooking has been refined from with \t cup melted butter

]last Wednesday.:\ I now !have Keep the dog cool with a con- Notification of the new ruling rattlers; I5o bJtes diamondback rat- there specifically for prepara- who are Interestedare the original in the use of small and then with soup sauce. Heat

two columns -cne::: Spurts: Column stant supply of clean water. The was announced by M, T. Dixon tlers] 9V5, cotton mouth moc- tion for adoption and kr.ow this. urged to write. the ChUdt'en's metal skewers to hold cubes of remaining sauce and serve with
Home SJclet Northeastern meat fish, and vegetables
of the Florida Department Upon their arrival a numberof or kabobs. Makes 4 servings.; .
'Flshln'! Fax> and the James and Cricket, went out to director casins; and Kac; from uniden- Division, Post Office Box: which cook in the same length of
months they were cowerIng -
Riverland News I iMelrose: and the home of A. B. and Katie of Veterans Affairs. tified snakes. Copperheads and ago fellows 10097, Jacksonville 32207, or) time, blending their flavors to
Lake Santa Fe> in the mcnthly Howard of Starke. and helped Medically unfit persons Inducted coral snakes accounted for over-compliant little gether. A further refinement is
phone 359-2641
Keystcne Rp:>rtel'. S, you see, them harvest their vegetables.So Into the service by the draft about two per cent each. their bodies still! bearingthe the kabob sauce, brushed on durIng

instead writing! two columns, have fresh vegetables Dixon said. are definitely en- Despite the number of snake scars of beatings at the cooking to heighten flavor
111 have four column the last now to eat. and they sure are\ titled to: military pay and allowances : bites, Florida's rate of 5 bites hands of parents from whom MyNeighbors and juiciness. we'll matchour
week of each month.: So. you'll: good. Saturday, Mama and Daddy from the time of entryon for every 100,000 persons is the Court removed them Phy- Here, grilling Piquant to Seafood tender Kabobs portable
hate to bear with ire the: last and Aunt Clara Sullivan of active duty t through the day lower than all other Southeastern sical as well as psychological I _AQ t ......,@oIT I alternating shrimp,

week of t"'!, mont1! The column Wllliston: (who came Friday to 'of release from military con states. The rates run as damage Is now well on the cucumber, salmon or halibut againstanything

may not be as long these weeks, spend some time with us> went 'trol. high as 19 for North Carolina, mend. steak, and whole white onions.
or Leecn may not: t get a poem:! back to the Howards and picked the cool and 14 for Georgia. Thereis Billy and Ricky have become Enhancing their delicate sea-

written. but the rest of the vegetables. Then they deeper the water dish, an average of one fatalityfrom active, mischievous youngsters fresh flavors is a tomato-rich

month: things will be normal. So more er the water will be. snake bites in Florida who love fishing and camping. aT sauce with lively notes of horse-
back t to: our house and needs
came In hot weather a dog radish, Worcestershire and dill.
each Most Important they are readyto
all I can: do. Is promise to dom shucked & shelled peas ft lead from year.
corn for exercise a this
room bitten The flavor heavyweight in
best each! week. Now. let'scheck Nearly all of the persons trust adults again and long
them attached to a wire luscious saucIs its starter
put up.Saturday his leash snakes ,
by poisonous were for the give and take of family
the news for this! week morning Walter and running the length of the yard, canned condensed tomato soup

:Monday: night.! Otis! Melton Maggie Ho)1) :>\\'ay. and Buck or unleashed In a fenced enclosure taken to hospitals snake bite where is avail an- life with a "real" mother and -double rich double thick, and

and visited: my Sunday SchoolTeacher. tivenom for daddy. expertly seasoned. You'll find t
and Faye DIxon of Starke came He will probably get Specific antivenom for jELECTROCOi'Y
Mr. Jake Miley of able. Other children! are waiting condensed soups make handy
In the
by and showed: off the Holla- most of his exercise even- coral snake bites is stockedIn
and hoping, too- all In family that are always just
Waldo who was put in the Ala- ways' sporty new Runabout Ing or at night, when It Is dark located ,
control centers -
poison for all barbecue
that should be kept to. right your
Saturday groups
chua General Hospital: late
(skiing and fishing boati.Mrs. '. and cool.
in 13 Florida hospitalsand "I'm really a postimpressionist cooking.
gether. For Instance there Is
night. Brother Jake went Starling and son Craig If you have a long haireddog at the State Board Health !" 1 can ((10%! ounces) roudoused
Ernest, 10, Tina, 8, and Lisa,
home Thursday morning and is of Gainesville! visited: Mr. and such as a Collie, do not headquarters. Last vear the toinnt" SOUlS

now recuperating from exhaus Mrs Owen Bryant Saturday.Mao clip him for hot weather. That licensed domestically almost 7, who size up every '4 >'up11; It'r
.first. couple on come on the Manual or 1 IO.pOl"f hnl'8M'tdi.h.: .
tion. While we were at the hos. and Betty McGowan and long coat Is Insulation against

pltal, we visited my couiin; Jean ton Chusk! of Hilliard.! Coburn heat, and he will suffer more made coral snake antivenomwas grounds wondering if they are Electric. For sale or rent.
in these centers.
underwent i if clip him. Reserve placed their prospective parents. There Bradford County Telegraph 440
Pierce, *ho : surgery and Peggy Rain and daughterSuzy you
of the
Tuesday morning and is now and friend Sharon of Gain, clipping for access to areas Previously, supplies, from an- Is also a foursome of brothers SEE At $625, everyone should

recuperating Tuesday and Wed- esville.! Mi' and Mrs.\ Pat Glover of diseased skin Brazil tivenom by were the State imported Board of ranging in ages from almost 'The Paint .P.eoplr' have one of our portable
The saddle horse, or four through ten-a fine readymade
nesday nights: my parents.SUDDENLY family MATHEWS automatic feeding
and son Dougle of Hampton, Health. Other states are now
the child's pony, needs shade, family for the special! kind: _
----- Mrs. Geneva Johnson of Lakeland -' and using the system of snake an- IWnfunl* A electrostatic copying ma
freedom to move about, of parents they need. Moore&&.
and her grandchildren, tivenom distribution developedby
1 of clean water, too. Don't WellDrilling chines.
plenty According to Miss! :Margaret
Scott and Ann Alvarez of Albany. Florida.If PAINTS
[ hurt your horse with too vig- G. :Muller, Executive! of NOt'th.eastern Call now and order one.
Ga.. and Mrs. Ruby Dyal is bitten by a
; a person
orous exercise in the heat. Division of the Chil! Melrose Fla. If doubt call
you us, any:
were all Sunday guests of Jackand" snake, medical authorities rec-
YOU'RE DISABLED Lou Miller and familY He exertion is not in a machine hot weather and can over-be ommend that he relax, avoid dren's Homo; Society of Florida: Phone 475-5101 CENTRAL PAINT way and try it free.

Thursday, Lou was attending f injurious to his health. stimulants, and be taken to "Almost no one Is applying! : to Myers PumpsSERVICE STORES, INC.
adopt children of school age BRADFORD COUNTY:
to some business in Gainesville, the nearest hospital where he
I With both horses especially when they come In 636 NW. 13th,, STREETGAINESVILLE
and vslted: Mrs. Ida C. White- Is wise not to feed to heavily can get medical attention. He

head in the Gainesville Extended In hot weather. Exertion should not get excited, run or family groups and get to be as and REPAIRS TelegraphCARL
exert himself as such actions old as ten." Yet, In recent pa..t PHONE 378-1281
Care & Nunlng Home. should be light and feed adequate -
of the the Society: has placed
will speed the spread years
I II Billy!) Weber son of Mr. and 5 but not more, Extension
I II II I Mrs. James Robbins, and MissChristine specialists advise. snake's poison through( his body. ,-

I Derossett of Jackson- BEGGS

ilile, were married Saturday in

Jacksonville. "Congratulations: Gulf Service

to you. Billy and Christine!

:Mr. and Mrs. Frank Williams! USED PARTS

of) Miami: '!, were visiting Mr. and .J Top Price for Wrecked Oars

Mrs. James Robt'nj Thursday: ____- === gt. 'f 5' 4 2 .. 24 Hour Wrecker Service

Helen and Charles Walker of -. Fuel Oil -

Jacksonville, :Mr and Mrs. C. Used Can
F. Shawver and Mrs. DalphReddi'h New Innersprings PUMPS USED VACUUM cleanere re-I I E. LaRue Hwy W1' N. Waldo

and children of Starke CLASSIFIED AD RATES I' and Box SpringsDrop cond't'oned $15 up. 10 different George R-199ft

were Sunday guest of Mr. and I u NEW AND USED ? name brands to choose from.I INSURANCE AGENCYAuto ,

Mrs. D. W. Carpenter. tp to IS words ____'" 1.25: Us A Card or CaU SALESPARTSSERVICEDeep Parts & excellent repairs all

Dorothy, Sam. and: Charles (Minimum charge) PALATKA EA 5-9166 & Shallow Wells makes. Watson's House of Fire Homeowner II MUST SACRIFICE E. LiU'

Henry Butler of Ormond Beach MRS. PEGGY SHALLER LIFE &: ACCIDENT ra St. 2 bedrooms concrete
Water Softeners & Filters: i Vacuums 712 N. Main Gainesvifle I .
Each word over IS: __ .07 block. Low down payment balance
209 E. Adklna St.
were Sunday guests of Mrs. Jo Expert Service On 376-7110 tfchg Keystone Height 478-4692
I $50 per month

Strandberg.David Stegall of Willlston Extra charge It not Furniture&Repaired Refinished All Makes DID YOT' KNOW ifj easy to I -I BILL POWELL Broker
paid In advance ____ .33: Upholstered Plumbing Service l
brought his wife :Mary and cMli. : :MATTRESSES REBUILT I I own A Ix>r Ktnirnp Home? I MEN WANTED Men cottage> !9S4-6464

S .. ).J.4..i .::.;lt.i.. -.b."*-R IN* '- 'Memorials; -'Vo1uffoh.i1 .ttr ",'.'rt.O... Phone 964-7061 -.1 Tfia Better-Youroi\ni oullt' >r F'jrf'la or"oura"Uv- ;J.: "" .&IJ'N-3.h l'oJd.rJ.1..I L YG lu-f'!'.JJ1S'f )Jo .t.s.-. '

days. HASTINGS MATTRESS .DURRANCE PUfap"AND' l pay 1293 month, promot'on opportunities File Folders, complete Hne""oTflce ; .

That's all the news fothis cents per word I SUPPLY' ?o. Your lot or ours Contact Bu- I and regular Increases supplies. -The Telegraph

week, !so' until!! next week here's UPHOLSTERY WORKS I '. V Co-rI Mitchell. phonp: C64- I In pay. 8 hour day, 5 Phone 9646S05.FURNITURE .
Seriou sickness or accident often Leeon-. 710 Lemon St. PaUtka 6P53 P () Bon 238 Ptarke
day week, sick leave. vacations.
strikes unexpectedly. And of tJ'4r 0
one LEEO 'S CORNER INSURANCEAT state retirement. U Interested. Reflnlshlng. upholstering -

the biggest t problems you face is a "Rolling. RollingReporter"Your :SO words or less -'."- 3.<<::0 MEN WANTED Laundry REDUCED RATES I please apply In person Personnel cabinet: work, antiques -

need for money. Money for medi Rolling-Reporter)] was real- I workers. Kitchen aids, laborers AUTO. FIRE. BOAT Manager Sunland Training Cen-! restored to their orliL 1
cat bills, to keep family Each word over 80 __ .07
money your ly nal beauty. Call C. E. Jackson!
rolling.Nearly cottA e parents watchman DOYLE E.CONNERINSURANCE JIMMY MOORE'SSUNSPORTS t.:r. Gainesville, Fla.
together. That why you needMutual all last week. cook: end clerks ,round AGENCY I An equal opportunity employ- 1313 Madison St.. Starke Phone

of Omaha Paycheck Plus In fact he rolled so much each OFFICIAL keeper trurk driver. Five ichg ilOORF. I er. 964-5370. tfchw
Health insurance that can pay up STATION i
rtav .
n-eek. elaht hour day.Ctats I
to 510,000 toward medical expenses Till he 8 A.M.: 5:39 P. :M. FILING CABINETS Type:
at was really weak. Open Daily : retirement vacationssick \ BOAT TOR
and $500 month cashto I ED WAINWRIGHT Lake Front Properties
to a
up You writer Stands Desks, Chairs
NoonHILL'S .
see I have four columns Except Saturday 8-12
live on. This is vital protection.Call Instead of my usual two. leave If !nterested, please Safes. Bradford County! "OIRIOSEY: : : AGENCYFor Acreages large and small
apply In person Personnel
or write: GARAGEKeystone Telegraph. Starke Ph. 664-0791 AU Your
And when you. have that much Mannarer. Sunland Train-. Trailer Lots

NATHAN L. MODLING typing, Heights 473.4163FOR Ins Center. Oilnesvllle. Fla. Truck load discount prices Insurance NeedsSpecializing l I Homes, BusinessesS.
You certainly have BAIRD I in
plenty to do. An equal opportunity employer. .
Rt 2, Box 155 1 typed, and typed, and: typed, Hunter Flshl'. Boats by Ca. I Mobile Home InsurancePh.
RENT: TV sets baby Mobile Homes E. McKay
And then I typed little ccl Craft 12' 14' $189.00 up. .
Phone 96t 7,105 a more. beds elec. guitars, amplifiers, "'Chgl I Starke 964-6818
In fact I typed so much NEW and USED
Fla. 32091 DA.
Starke refrigerators: day or week. Realtor Appraisal Service .
That -- -- -
my pore ole .
was sore. '
HMER'S 964.7923. tt-chg SUPER STIPK Vlnvl Plastl" 8-10-12 WideGainesville
:I wrote the news from the WANTED: Used WringerWasher.
Letters & I I Keystone Ills. 473-4818
-rest-- for Interior FAYE'S FABRICS. Hiway 301, take In
water SEWING MACHINE -Cleaned!! Will par cash or:
and exterior vse. All izes. co- Good Quallh'Re'sonably Iii ml. north of Waldo Openi
lJlillll.h! And t the news from on the oiled and! adjusted in your 0 trade anything. DAKMXR'S.
on '
lors. Bradford
Bradford County Tele- i FrI., Sat nights till 9. Sundays, LEGAL FORMS.: -
'1J ground. home, S3 00. Vacuum cleaner repairs sranh. Priced I 9647923. tf-Chg PII.I<
tf Telegraph.
12-7 Weekdays 9-6 TFchgj Cou-ty
OMAHA I wrote the '
news from far and also. All work guaranteed. Gainesville 378-78S!

MUTUAL OF OMAHA INSURANCE COMPANY near, Dennis: E. Coggins, Phone 431- EXTRA LABOR WANTED. Call Serviced. Guaranteed and j FOR RENT 4 bedroom brick WILL BUY: Used Appll ne _. 964-8305. (

Lilt Insurlitc Horn Office,Affilntr:, Omaha: United, Ntbnska ol'Omihi And t the news from all around. 1428. tfchg Ralston Purlra Co. 964-6069. Delivered In Starke Area i| home, central heat and. air Furniture TV', Stereos anything
I'm of -value. DABMER'8.LOSE. : : .
getting plenty of exper 4to 6-26 NO EXTRA COST I condition, conveniently located, I
'""------- --
"NAME'ANDADDRESS ience : I unfurnished. 323 N. Walnut St. with PAUL'SPORTABLE'j 1!
AGENCY This I can certainly grant. FOR YOUR World Book needs I US 441 N. 4301 NW 1.1th WEIGHT safely \ .
Brown > Inquire at premises or call
Dex-A-Dlet Tableta. Only 98c at
I I II But I'm afraid It it gets much please! call Randy Jones, ency'clrpedla Oalnetvllle 378-278S I! Starke 964-7753 or MITCHELL DRUG. 4tp 6-26 '

I Ruth Information on "Plyc"eck I II more, representative at 964- 9646491.tfchg '

I Plui." i I'll need an arm transplant. ft4 5502. 4t 6-26 I TO BUY OR SELL acreage In WELDING 0

I Nam_______ ___ I II I But It's giving me something ITNCLAIMKD; : SEWING MACHINES MAKE RESERVATIONS now this area. large or small (we A
I I to do 0 FREIGHT J Largest selections from which for fall term at Mama Priest's In waterfront HARD RODING, DRACLINE
I Addrtti___ I 7 rev 1169 ;7TO ZAG !PFWH' also specialize
I ti I choos PMff. Ne ehl. Nelco.
And a little School Call 964-7254. :
hard-earned Nursery call OgUvle,
Income ) please
Volkswagen property nUCKETSi-otj '
I C.ty. __ .__ ---.-. MACHINES slightly act hed I ]New Home. & Universal. 4tchg 6-26 Broker -
I associate, Frank League '.
in shipment. with full factory
Stat ._ _______ Zip__ I And that's enough right there, New Se Used I.O"1tr... REPAIR ALL MAKES. 958 Mikeal :Ave., Jackson- ,
-__________________.J To keep me typing till marnTitee. Zltr-Znors. makes but- I National FOR RENT large furnished 388-9873. PHONE
gets numb my arm Sales Service tonholes- fancv 8-28
tttchg 964-7611
buttons, appliques, Cnvenlently located. Call 964- .to
1 Ml. North of Tire Mall monogr1ms'l ; Co., i "'r.
etc. $47 or $8 rer 6205 after 6 pm. tfchg HOUSE FOR SALE by owner
GAINESVILLEFOR CONSOLE MOTEL STEREO.'\ : I 611 W, University Ave. 378-1)55 Heights. '
combination with radio Like
Frame construction. 'asbestossIding LAKE COTTAGE for rent furnished. -\
I' Toy,
Furniture Appliances
new jmtomsHc record ch'8< Na. 900 Retirement Special 5 rooms, one unfinished; >, By week or month. Lake "\

SALE Concrete blockhouse M'ittefd.) Balance of 568 or Frame bungalow 5 rooms I Toa.! Wlmberly's Trading Blvd.! or.e bath, tool house, lot 137 x i'Brooklyn.; Call after 8 pm.,

; 3 bedroom. 1 bath, cen- S8 nOlI' month. i iINTER bath, rorch Newly palrt'd.I Jacksonville Post 7434. Blandinj tfchg, 120, plus extension! 25 x 45 to j ,173-3261. tfchg
tral heat & alr-canditionlng. Cor- VATIOVAL SILVERHk NI ie fence:! lot. Ju-st $8.000. I Highway 21. Excellent location.

ner lot. Phone 964-5367. tfchg WARt!: T">W. servlc- fo- SINGER ZIO' ZAG Sewing Ma- I I Sign: on property. Screened I SERVICE Small appliances
is-M 51) plec '. $39 w $8 c"'r 1 No. 803 Cattle Ranch 80 acres cabinet like 3tchg 7-3 at Starke Hardware Co. 108 E.Call .
chne: In coiuole p-rch
HELP WANTED Male no month close in. Rustic home Modern :!- St. Phone 964-5311 tfctig
I (I r.eSew.s en buttons: ,
experience necessary. Apply COFFEE SILVER! SERVICKervin '\ kitchen pecans and fruit.:I buttonholes, overcasts: monograms EZERASE TYPEWRITER

Mutual Lumber Co., 5 miles S I !? t8v '.uP'.rI'd C' 'aneS65 -. I $35.530.: Terms. bllrd hems dresses, etc. PAPER, :Mlmeo Paper Bond ADDING MACHINES: Manual -

of Starke on 301. tfchg :' rr $8 net mnnth. Strout Realty Fully) guaranteed. Can be seen Parer, Notebook Fillers or rlectrlc. For ale or

GENERATORS Call COLLECT: Credit Man Reg. Broker( month. Bradford County Telegraph rent. Add subtract, credit bal
In Make eight
2117 N. Temple Ave. your area. -Bradford County Telegraph
ager. Jacksonville] 353-1948. DAY ance.
ly payments of $4,91 or will discount FOR SALE 2-1 ton trucks
TUNING REPAIRING or NTTE. Must ,"/'U In your urea Starke Fla. .
for cash. Write: Credit dual wheels. 13'4 ton
ALTERNATORS to rel'Pble' party Will deliver Ph. 964-6609 with
1 Manager, 836 Caseat Ave., truck Phone 964-7288. tfchg
FOB SALE- Duncan Phyfe
MELODY PIANO no obligation or can be Inspected Jacksonville Fla. 2tp 6-26
at Warehouse. 1606 Main dining ta.blely finished.
WILL KEEP children In my

COMPLETE LINE OF SERVICE Street. Stchsr 6-26 WANTED: Young man, neat home. Hourly dally or weekly. Mac's Upholstery Shop. 212 E.Call .
St. 2tp
CAMPERSALES :appearance, for summer work. Mrs. Bryan 314 N. Church St.
3 bedroom houseon
Write Box 1179. Starke. tfchg Stp3
410 West Andrew St. $60 THE KEY TO .
W month: Contact Tolbert McCoy LEGAL FORMS. Bradford REMOVE excess body fluid Gracious Living

Rt. 2 Bx 143 K. Ph. 964-7818. 2920 Waldo Road 'I County Telegraph Ph. with FLtODEX tablets, only Town House

2t 6-26 $1.49 at MitoheU Drug. 3tp 7-3
Phone 378-5497 984-6305.
Gainesville 37--W l .
Rebuilt; Units Less Than APARTMENTSSell
Gainesville Fla. LOST-vicinity Magnolia Hotel. Authorized Dealer
FOR RENT- 7 room unfurnished LOST In vicinity of Lake Bed

Wholesale Prices Rebuilding Uefinishing Elgin gold watch. Reward. Paul "Starcraft" "Dreamer" house Ideal location. 259 ford Sunday. Male white and I t or RentFamished

Waterman, Magnolia Hotel. "Wheel Camper" Bay St. "P black wire haired fox terrier

Itpd 6-26 Travel Trailer Truck I II I with brown muzzle and rightear. or Unfurnished

U.:S. CIVIL SERVICE( TESTS Campers Fold Down FOR RENT-3 room furnishedapartment. Answers to Mister. Very Buford Mitchell
FOR SALE: 18 cu. ft. Hot Point
OPEN SUNDAYSO'NEAL'S I Central heat. 204
MEN-WOMEN, 18 and over. RefrigeratorFreezer.. Excellent SALES A SERVICE II anx ou t. Phone 4733222. ltchgFOR Phones
Secure! jobs. High itartlng ,W. Adklns Ph. 964-5274.
cend tlon. Refrigerator frost M4-M53 1"8780AVAILABLE
Advancement Preparatory : RENT- Attractive 2 bed-
pay free. Call! 473-4430. Keystone FOR RENT Small 4 room
training as long as required. PAYROLL ENVELOPES room cottage.> Also furnished
HelBhts. 2tp 7-3 unfurnished house. 245 N. Bay
JULY I. 1969
Experience usually unneces Bradford County Telegraph. St. UP apartments. W. H. Nollman. 510

sary. Grammar school sufficient FOR SALE: HONDA 90. good Ph 'tRtRiAS.XPERIENCED< N. Cherry St. Itchg

for many jobs. For Information c-nd'tion: ; 2 helmeU-I50. Also. FOR RENT--4 room unfurnished -
SHELL SERVICE on jobs, salaries requirements 'E9 Mustang. 3 months old. WAITRESS -. house. Phone 9647680. Up4IGNS. FOR SALE- 4 double window _'11 -fet It for you Offlc

write giving name. Take\ over payments. if Interested wanted, Relief shift. Good pay. wood sashes good condition. .

435 E. MADISON ST. address phone ALPHA, Box A, call 964-6174 after 7:30: Apply In person LonghornRestaurant. ; an kind Metal Kir I Phone 964-5578. N. P. Joyner Supplies, Furniture. Equip!

i Starke, Fla. Itp p.m. Up 301 SOuth. tfchg Cardboard The elep'aDb Wilson Rd. Itp seal Bradford Coutr

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