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 15, 1967
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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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1 of Pla. LtbrAry History

Gainesville Fla 26.1

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Growers VoteProspective"YES" ,


Berry Co- AAssured ,1


Members Asked atlon, at the Statkc market policies and reap any profits chief said. "The
"particular! last year." that might be accumulatedabove facilities will be M
Time TableQuirk
Whittle said "We're all expenses," he said. and we'll see that
To Sign Before June 22 aware of what has developedhere "It won't be an easy job, and, what, is needed to .i
and our responsibility Is the first two or three years action! wan urgedVrdiiPKtluy of the situation
will be especially hard," Whit- \ night If an ef- additional cooler
Nineteen growers representing 142 acres of straw- !
.. tle said. lie pointed out that 1t''lh'I ro<>|>'>rHll\e IH to tin Menasco told
berries, voted "yes" Wednesday night giving the
price for your berrluH." lie said the only way to operate a co- organized to handle the that the big
ahead signal for organization of a marketing coopera- his department, had mado Concerted op successfully is to enforce 10H8 strawberry. cr<>|>. organization will be & "
tive for handling berries and vegetables grown by mem- efforts to bring In new the rules and "you might have All Interested growers arc bargaining power _
bers. Only one negative vote was cast.A buyers but "we bring them In, to crack the whip on your uiUul! tot I "Tho Individual ..I..IJt&IJJIo _. _
six-man organization committee was named then somehow end up with the neighbor if he doesn't live up 1 (Sign; a ,survey. form bargain with a Committee
old to the agreement" Members by Tuewkry" June 20, at the can. Instead.
same set-up. to-op
and a meeting set for Thursday, June 22, to complete
Whittle ctiHturb- who violate the rules must be CouotyAgent's. office or the what
said It telling .
was you ) organisation were worked nut
plans and study legal phases of the organizationwhich ing to him to see a group. ot chopped from membership, Starke Stake Farmera.Market. your berries, your .* of the Organisation Committee
it was predicted, would benefit the entire community growers split away from the Whittle 8111d.lIowlll'd : will tell him what
not just! co-on! members.Wodnesdiiy's market when strawberry acreage Gamble manager of 2 Attend Inn next them for." marketing! specialist( '' with the
; "m ;tIIr--;; was In the county la only 230 thc Webster vegetable growers general meeting on Thursday .- Several growers', Seated' (from left): Luther

attendee! by W. O. Whittle, Agriculture, assigned to work to 300! acres "You can't have co-op, said his group, dune. 22, lit 8 |>.m. In recent trips to ; <<. .. ... Standing' : Oscar. Carter,
Chief of Florida State Farm with the organization and development two strong markets with that organized six years ago with the ('1vll I Defense Ixi tiding at Alachua and Oa..klnN.
ers Markets' who pledged all- at grower co-ops In small acreage," he said. "If only 18 members and 1800 !lit (If available). If another ported favorably on
out support. of the grower- Florida. He likewise pledged w< can bring the two together, cash. "We did a $3 OOOO, business location, grower will lie tions in those
owned and operated co-op, and all-out support of the move- then one strong co-op mightbe this year," he said!, adding notified... said members were
pledged! that adequate facilities ment here, and will return to the answer to your probe that the entire Webster area they got a better
would be provided to take care meet with the next lem." had benefited from the oigani their produce
of the situation ". even Whittle emphasized that tho utlon.i : one of the beat vegetable, growing
If you plant 500 acres of berries. Thursday. state not to ".yell" areas in the Southeast," op.It was predicted -
Whittle said., that Commissioner was trying Whittle said, with a success
." a co-op here and stressed' the ful co-op operating here throe he declared. certed efforts would
Also present was W. T. of Agriculture Doyle point that "this: will bv YOUR is i no reason why Bradford "We're going ,to take care from some sources < Racing
Conner "Is wholeheartedly be-
Menasco, specialist "' of the situation if you organize )
marketing organization Growers will County should not regain its contlnued On
hind this effort" and has been "
the market
with the State Department of very concerned about the situ organize It ,operate II. set ii'i vegetable Industry. "You have a cooperative


I and argued Tuesday before

Mercury.'r Bradford's Rep. Eugene' Shaw

Official County Publication Established In 1879 body's vote to allow small

portion of their race track
:M'Mllftlt' : ..
to keep $250,000 of the rac-

crucial amendment passed by

e Injured bill setting up a new formula

Tax Bill pari-mutuel tax funds faces
the Senate, however

Are re-It _

county But that indebtedness'

:J ?t.tf5i( ttE P" Two Stnrko/ totals only $3 million per year
compared to the $23: million
$1.5 Q R' Injured automobile Saturday, tho in racing taxes collected.
The difference $20 million,
...___ Improving ,"
____ reported would have been used by ,the
WAI the University big counties to finance a statewide
$1.5 million increase in taxable property assess- Police ical Center, program of some typo,

ments will net Bradford County $23,507 additional taxes ,%t f" .., Department the such as Medlcald,Shaw avered.
But after 12 But the Bradford representative -
over 1966 Tax Assessor Gene Long said Friday in med center, Mrs. with
Tuesday's victory
announcing completion of his.' lp67 tax ,roll' month Werre, 43, 1 tit still, ] to still much In his mind still

ahead of schedule. I '. condition (with advises his six counties to 'uao
The 19d7. roll totals .$60 fated In the coming wteks., ,.wr She underwent two their race track fund to coat
\ 117.650.: an .$35/ million in- Assessor Long says; ha and. was \\n the bond Issues for any capital l out
c-.rase total assessments over' hopes, hpwever'that( the 'ad- unit for'several lay projects that might be
the 1966 roll of $94.643,800. ditio'nal income fwlll be used to w.R Mrs. Iris Mildred : forthcoming.: 'They still have
The taxable value of the new redupe mlllage. That Is doubt- Is out of the until. August 1, he said.
assessments Is $...2. 02.200 ful..,however, since the'taxing: unit and }improving. Shaw predicted Republican
compared;: to $41,261,550 In boards have not yet received iously Injured of Gov. Claude Kirk will be forced -
1966; the difference! In the payment still held up In i was paralyzed for to approve the $1.408 billion -
latter two figures Is where court case, of 1865 and 1966 according to A upending bill that was duo
Long l gets, !the U.6.; million increase timber company taxes. Ken Fuqua but now to reach his desk Wednesday
'In taxable propertyvalues. One facet of the evaluation -.-...... -,_.,._... -,.--.------.-- ment of her had afternoon. "I don't see. bow
process which Long thinks interesting !feeling in her legs) the he can veto it," Shaw says at
The roll Is complete--that Is and on which he has New Garbage Truck At Work cannot move the same time adding that he

with the exception of the new kept records simply from -uroaity Model. 1LM-70 Chevrolet 'with .a Loadmiwtter reported earlier, will 'sustain' the veto if one
values This new 20-yard garbiiffa truck, a Mrs. McRae
railroad and telegraph la the number of expect cornea.
which are compiled by the homes to come under the holy, nan", taken on nldrntlal, pick-ups In the whole city In place of n 1038 side completely.The The conservative Shaw goes

state's Railroad Assessment homestead exemption rule louder and a flat-lied, tnlf'' two women with the governor in his "bare
Board and are due April 1 compared to the number It cost $10,600, but will enable the Utility Department to pick up garbage pmt when a 1962 the bones" budget In everything

each year. Long's figures Include which were receiving exemp- two days per week rather. than three, Sopt Oscar DavU way'*. With: the new trunk by Gary Edmund but education. Ho supports
the 1966 value of $2. tion and were taken off this deteriorated" 11MS Ford Hide loader ha! been retired. 21, ran tho stop State Supt. Floyd ChrlHtian's'
128.050. but he thinks the '67 year. In operation, a 13-yard "nllxhtly side loader Myrtle Street onto teacher salary proposal( of 1143
with the 1050 "
to Im made dully
values may be down allgfttly. Surprisingly, Long says, Commercial pick-up will continue. son Street The all million more 'than the, gov
Increase\ In the property there is only $10,000 differ- and .a flat-bed truck when iiw enwry.ltl 1964 Chevrolet ernor's JSJ million The new
values is due to cOIlltructlonof ence In the amount after the \\" ,, the newer larger truck one entire tilde of town can be picked ls' fore west on :Madison the spending' bill contains Christ

new chicken houses and to( switches-an Increase of $.10.000 ,- the truck has to dump, navlg' clime' to two hour per lu}, Supt. Davis. fIa'Y". broadside Into the ", ian's recommendation, which

the 61 new dwellings placedon In exemptions, that is. In the top. photo DavU Confer with driver Jack Illneit. .- the state superintendent" has
the tax roll for the first termed a "minimum.
"You don't mind taking and
and LjuclUH William
loud In the new truck
Below, Walter 1 1'8 dump a
time at a value of $303,000. them off but you flinch when The $1.490 billion exceeds the
Long says the potential for you put one on homestead Supt. Davis look on. ntate'a anticipated income of
Increase In 1063 seems normal exemption." Long says- $1.359 billion for the biennium
now., He pointed to tho new The assessor's report to the lh by $143 million. Shaw thinks
steel: plant which will go on tats comptroller breaks the Genealogist I Gov. Kirk will be forced to
the rolls next year. t Continued On Page Four 'seal rrt seek additional revenue from
The' $1.:140.650: Increase can With somewhere to make up that
be broken down Into $797,450for w.aJ Charged $143 and that's where the
real estate and $743.200 Bradford lawmaker and tho
personal: property. The $23.507 Most RainfallIn Petit LarcenyA governor are apait.

Increase In taxes Is sn estimate ,..... Shaw lays the govcrndrwould
based on the present 5 Months ;r warrant charging Mrs, raise the additional revnnue -
mil lope of 15.258 mills. The '" Sandy Miller of Starke, whose by raising university tuition -

County Commission or School Recorded HereThe genealogist/! license wall recently ; -r- nnd making tho counties.
Board can change that when revoked by the City, with assume >the full 12 cents\ per.
their new budgets are formu- petit larceny has been Issued f l acre1' the Xlsecontrol; program/
period from June 6-11 by County Judge T. A. Yawn. coHta: lu ead', Shaw proposes
Register JNO\V was the! wettest ]in the 'past The warrant was issued on !leaving programs esuch as that
five months in Bradford complaint by Gene Shaw, un they are He favors, instead .
For County with an average( of 3.1 County Prosecuting Attorney a widening vt the .base
Starke Recreation inches of water: hitting the that Mrs. Miller unlawfullytook ) of thu sales tax. '
Summer ground according to the :Florida the sum of $36 fromKrvln L If Gov Kirk do..s. veto tfponding \.,
'Forest Service. F, Blckley Jr. of Massachusetts. ... bill, us averynno; expects
Playground' "They must have teen liv- r, "u i, The plaintiff has him io do. Shaw says the
Program ing right in Lawtey" a forester agreed to come to Starve: to Legislature "wIlLJl\ll( \ ( have. to
stated after 49 inches (testify in a trial. Rend him a package he wunUout.iMe >
Starting; Monday fell at the Louis Hill Tower Mrs. Miller's license was recently 4f&c \ of education.: 1wouMlilia

June 19 there. The New River Tower ..... revoked after a flood of yfrf much, iq'asena j
-- -- r
Registration for bovs had 1.8 inches and Santa Fe complaints aa to her services Supt. f'loyd"_ Christian's propoaal -

and girls age 7.12, River Tower 2.8 inches. 5 Bids were received by the Chamber ($1(3millioni| go
at 9 a.m. June 8. was a big day at Paving Project of Commerce, the City of through:" .. : ". .
Lawtey as. most of the water Starke, and the Bradford
FIRST fell in one day4.3 Inches Re-Let Bv School Board County sheriff's department.In r. B & it ReportedAt
100 There have' been only three other action, three
TO REGISTER days in June that rain hasn't charges were filed against Tuck's Drive-In.

TINY TOTPROGRAM fallen. The dry days were June Bids on five paving projects Jack Baggett Paving Co.. Carthel James Rushing; Jr., App-roxlTnalely; [ .$30 cues ot;
2, 3 and 8. totaling: $22,281 at Bradford Gainesville' was originally low accused of Indecent exposure, beer were reported stolen from
Even as dry as It was In school were re-let in a special bidder on all of the projects intoxication and )resisting an Turk's Drive-In at 631 South
& 4.6 May. the Forest Service reports Wednesday but officer with violence.
Boys Girls School Board meeting: the track. The firm notified Walnut St. sometime early
Registration Starts a total of S.27 Inches of afternoon. the Board, however, It Judge Yawn set Bonds total- Monday morning June 13.

Monday, June 19 rain fell which is more than Three projects parking lots was unwilling to take any of Ing $.133: against Rushing. --- Assistant Police'Chief Ken
the 50-year average for the the work unless it was awarded
and bus areas for Anderson Fuqua said the Pollce'Department
This Space Contributed month. Junior High In Lawtey and all five projects Baggett Sheriff Reddish McLeod Signs Baseball GrantWayne received a call from
There were no forest firesdunn.g Starke Elementary and the was low bidder on the five Clarence Rhoden, proprietor of
Weekly to Publicize the past week, the wet BHS track were given to the projects as a whole, but not Attends ConventionSheriff McLeod p"fOUJ'ye"r" baseball scholarship to the drive-in, reporting' '.the
Community Events br ground making' burning!\ Im Columbia Paving!' Co. of Lake when they were considered the University of Georgia under the "watnhful eye .ofhit- Incident Monday;morning::'_Officer
The CommunityState possible. City. Columbia 4pr&vloualy had separately.The P. D. Reddish spent father, II. A. AlcLeud, and Bulldog Cuac.lt Jim "'.a'tl y. HarolS Crews found the

Bank There have been 94 fires past the track. Board stipulated that Monday through Wednesday In Third! baseman JlcL.- the first baseball. player Georgiahas lock knocked off a store room
this year compared to C7 during Jaxon Construction Companyof Ute bids could be taken as a Panama City attending the an signed this year and the first Bradford High athlete to In back of the drivt-lm,
Accounts whole nual convention of the Florida
insuredup the
now or projects parceled
the same period In 1966. Jacksonville was awardedthe out Sheriff's Asaociatlon. receive a baseball grant, batted a cool .434 during his senior The theft occurred,; sometime -
to $15.000 by Acres burned to date this year parking and bus areas at as been done. after the 2 a.m
BUS' IBfltl Claw A clewing
season. He was allot>> the quarterback on .
Reddish 1s
Federal Deposit Insur- are 779.1 compared to only Lawtey Junior High and Brad D,1i"ett; : win apparently tale Sheriff vicepresident hour.
the fitatewldeliuit. late champion football team. and the leading !scorer on the
of assocbt-
five .
ane. Corp. 4114 during theme: period ford high School. a per cent deposit, total. No arrests haw: been road.
in 19C8, [IGVutinuetl Wl Paste FoUl\ \ Tornado basketball .u.W.

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IIlIthOl'lty "'eltjIII '' ,' I Mm .1 I IS Hardy
Miss Marble Dowlln; Is visitIng Sp. 4 Larry Devrlck is home tue of the du. h.I. 'by' ''nilII ': :Mi H. Peggy Slialler
her cousin. Miss Mary on 30-day leave from Vietnam,I Sp-Ual m,>' by> Election law to, i;be held. l at .MI'Iu'l'ar..t Vallnakl! Wlllliiloo .",,"

Margaret Mathews In Atlanta. where he has been stationed the Fire Station In the'Iuallrl..d nror.- :here BJ I prevail
I Ga. for the summer and plansto with the 11th Armored Calvary .al iii city Electoral, bY') the on TU fl'"'' John SiinpMon
(ldtfH.GLADYS voter. ( Mr.. Ethel Raymond
1 and Dev-I A D for the
work there.J. Regiment. Ho Mrs. luly IS. 1 1907. MrKiln' Mae Chant, ""n
G. Odem and Mr. and rick: are vacationing in South PUAP0P"OINTIVO: the CIty Mrs' K O. Unnsby!
.. ,.
In tlmo-nv wh r< "if i .
Mrs. Eddie Odem of Mandarin Florida thla week He will return Clark and the Chief of Poll-- \h.
unto subscribe my liar"' ,nj.
MOOTY\ were last Thursday evening Na ) on/ July 6 for two more by tho City Council of >.uu_:. w. noal I of laid "'I'"," to
visitors of Mr. and Mrs. GeorgeW. months of duty In Vietnam. ( CTIONKof the City. (fl.rk I,, hereunto> affixed I i1.
Phone 9(51-7608( a. ,'g and the day of May, A D 1(1(1( ( ;
Brown. Mrs. A. H. Harley and Chief of police bv .
or: -" y
Starke -
Nancv Dowllnn: Is visiting children, Merritt Island visit votem of the City of HURST \i5orM16HItILL ,,
Mrs R. MLee and son. Mrs J. A. Budd Jr. and her uncle and aunt, Mr. and 1. ed Mr. and: Mrs. Barney McRae ":IlIark I nMper'ltora. or: for unld' elftlonMm : ATTESTCARL
t DWARORcity "
Jon have returned to their family of Jacksonville were Mrs. LeIghton Hood at Crescent and Mr. and Mrs. Harley Jr. : IJrneiitln. Di-nmark : Clerk
home in Wilton. Conn. after visiting her grandmother Mrs. Beach this wek. over the weekend :Albert\traIyrlkl': Fouler Dennis d I Iii 11 71'
three weeks visit with her W E. Middleton on Tuesday Jesse Newsome has returned Nelson Pitch of HIaleah Is

parents. Mr. and Mrs E. J. She came for her daughter from visiting his sonInlawand e44 visiting his grandmother, Mn:
Dowlln and brother-In-law Patty who had been visiting daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Carrie Rltch this week.
and sister. Mr. and Mrs. B M. here since Friday. Betsy Matthews Morris E Williams and family ,v-! ...... :.___ Evelyn. Sinclair will leave'l A NEW PLUMBING COMPANY FOR

Long. accompanied them in Charleston S.C. Mr. Williams Friday for ten days visit with STARKE AND AREA
Mama Priest GraduationPictured
Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Andrews I home for a week's visit. is seriously ill In St. relatives in Manchester Ga. ROSS PLUMBING COMPANYAll
and family of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Reyes of Francis Xavier Hospital In

were Sunday visitors of Mr. Jacksonville were visiting her Charleston.Mr. ni graduation ,idxerclscit for Mama Priest Kindergarten are (from left) 1'1101.'rlO" I Work Guaranteed

and Mrs. R. O. Dansby. parents Mr. and Mrs. J. S. and Mrs. Robbie Shalle TammY Powell<< and Elena Canova, who carried the diplomat (from Junior class), May 81,. 1907. : 'Phone161710\ & 1211 Bradford St.
I, Curl Jlunt.t..o.: of the ,
Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Andrews Sapp on Sunday. were visiting friends and relatives ,- and the /graduates! : Ken Mann, Lynno John!, Ronnie Smith Gladys Ann Ayers Bud City of Hturke Florida. by vir
and Mr. and Mrs. ErvIn An- Nancy: Rowell Is In Cherry In Jackson and Nashville
Canota Julie; Chambers...., Jimmy Piitrity, Junu Starling and David' Cords Mm.; Lucille
drews and family visited Salt Point, N. C. this month visit Tenn. last week. .
Springs on SundaY. ing her brother-in-law] and Maj. and Mrs. V. J. Spengler Payne presented the diploma and 11...... ShlrLey. Andrews Ma the music teat'her. .

Summer Drew Clearance at sister, Cpl and Mrs. Donald and daughters were in St. > I

Leila's this Thurs-, FrL?, and Carter. Augustine Sunday visiting M.r
Saturday. No Charges Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Pat- and,Mrs. R I* Spenglar. Mrs. R. T. Hlpps and Mr. Conner To Meet Green Cove Girl 1 I
Pleue"I' last Mr. and Mrs. Milton Hartzell and Mrs. Clyde Robinson of
I I terson of Perry were I
Tuesday visitors of Mi. and of Daytona Beach were recently Waycross, Ga were weekend Goodman InDecisive Drowns InKingsley I

I Mrs Charlie Cowen. visiting her parents Mrs guests of ''Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Game LakeAn

Mrs. Leona Jones of Pumter. F E. Bollinger, in the Starke Harrison.

S. ,C, Is visiting Mrs. Arlen Nursing Home and Mr. Bol- Mr.. Norman Bullock and Conner and Goodman will 8-year-old Green Cove
McKnlffht this week. linger. Mrs. Sandra Hunt of Orlando meet Friday at 8 p rh: at Pratt Springs girl drowned while
-I I Miss Anna Hold man of Df.' and Mrs. Jack Hunter, were Saturday visitors of Mr Street Park in their most' Important I swimming at New Klngtiley
Gainesville spent the weekend and sons Mr. and Mrs. Jack i and Mrs. C. R. Scogglns. games In the Women's Beach around noon Tuesday,
I with her sister. Mrs. Rhoda' Hunter Jr. and children and Mrs. N. K. Hurst of Indianapolis League. Conner has scored'' 7 according to Clay County) SherIff
I Holdeman. Mr., and Mrs. Harrison Griffinof Ind. is visiting her consecutive victories and needs Jennings Murrhee. /

1 Barry Firth Is home for the Decatur Ga. were Thursdayto mother Mrs. W. S. Slade, from only one more to be first half Sandra Raye Smith
summer from Jacksonville University Sunday guests of Dr. and Wednesday to Saturday. champs. Goodman has a 6-1 ter of Mrs. Helen Summer Dresses
Mrs. O. L. Haynes Jr at Santa Local admittances to Bradford record With its only defeat Green Cove was pulled dRUgh-//

Mrs. H. :J Waters and Fe Lake. County Hospital: this week coming from Conner, and must the lake by Roy .
daughter. Suzanne Ford, of I Summer Dress Clearance a t Include: William Reynolds and win this! game to finish In a 11-year-old Jacksonville boy, '

Tallahassee, spent the weekend LeUa's this. Thurs-Frl., and Robert Richard of Keystone tie for first_place which will who discovered her body on the
474C1KO'v with ,their aunt, Mrs Vergle Saturday.' No Charges Please.Bill Heights;; Mrs: Lottie- Jones necessitate play-off. bottom of the laKe. SUITS BAGS
'FV'tin.: Adams underwent knee and John McNeal of Brooker; In games played last Friday
According to the sherlffsdepartment .
Reeda Lewis of Wlggma, surgery Monday in St. Vin Mrs. Emily. l n'at t.tke'Cen. Beggs' Gulf took care of Crews
Miss Is visiting her. cousins cent's Hospital. eva;. Johnnie Arnold of Lake Sunoco" in five inrilngs 166. the girl was on an
OF SECURITY Paul and Susan Faulkner this Miss Janice Vickers of Brunswick Butler: and Mra. Leatha Net- The 6-all tie ,broke loose in the outing with her family. It is SPORTS WEAR

week. Ca. was visiting Miss tles, Mrs. Martha Webb, bottom of the fifth as Begga not known how long: she had

AND Herbert Thomas wast In Jane Adams from Wednesdayto .Robert Clark H A. Lawson, came up with 10 big runs tend been under wate. ..
Miami over the weekend to Friday of last /week.Mt 'Mrs\ OpaT Blsnopi; Mr. Nettle the game? Beggs rapped! -I II

HAPPINESSgpVINCg attend the SemInole Indian '". and Mrs. T. F. Hutto Starling Catherine Sumner out 11 'base hits, 8 In the fifth I 1 ... / IT0 /
I Corn Dance, where only tout and family of Jacksonville and Fred Stern of Starke Inning, with B. Biles and G. Clerk of the above styled I OFF
white man were allowed to attend were, Sunday visitors of Mrs Mr and Mrs.\ C. F. Rhodenare Bronson getting 3 each! Crews Court 1107, on otherwise or before a Juilwempnt July 17.1

Carolyn Redgrave' and family. on two weeks vacation to I had only 5: hits with 5 differ- may be entered agaliiHt you I ..7/ 3letiQ's 2NO
Miss Jayn Hardy. was accepted -' Ml' J. R.: Setzler of Laur- Niagara Falls Expo '67 in ent players each getting one for Complaint the relief or demanded petitionVltneaa In the /
as' a'' staffer at thoRMgecreat ens, S.C. was a week nd'guest I Montreal, and wilt attend an safety. \ my hand 'and the I

JNO < Baptist Assembly of Mrs W. B. Mundy. Insurance meeting in Toronto, The second game was a wide seal of Bald Court at CHARGES PLEASE
In North Carolina for the sum- Mr. and Mrs. N. E; Griffin Canada.Dr. open contest aa Goodman edg- 1967.Florida thl. gth day of tllark"1

mer. She left on Sunday.) and Larry Griffin of Willlaton and Mrs. T. G. Ritch and ed Kentucky Fried Chicken SliAL)
r.. Miss Janet Hardy and Tom were Friday night guests of family and Mrs. Floyd Green 1715. KFC outhlt Goodman Charles' A. Darby An Dress G Gift $110'

.. my Andrews left Sunday for Mr. and Mrs. Marc Jackson. ,attended ,the graduation of 19-17 with J. Broughton J. of Said Court 8/1S 4t 7/6 :
... Or the: University of Georgia for The Jacksona also had as week- Nelson' Rltch from Miami Russell, and J. Hersey going

ysG94Nce the summer quarter., end visitors her parents. Mr. Springs High School Monday 3 for 5; two of Russell's were --
.. coPeSP' Mr and Mrs. George Sanders and Mrs. H E. Smith, of Wil- night.; Mrs. Green, remained doubles. Joan Williams 3 for

-. and daughter of Wythevllle. Iston.. With her daughter, Mrs. N, T. 3, and Barbara Masters '3 for ,
Va. were guests last week of Mrs. T. D. Dyal has returned RUch, In HIaleah for a week's 4, paced the winners at bat I

: SECURE Mr. and Mrs. Guy Andrews.. from six weeks visit with her visit.Mr with Masters rapping out a'I'
BE Mrs. John M. Miller and, laughter, Mrs. Joe Ellerbee, In and Mrs. Fred Bennettand double and a triple.
children of Burkburnett Tex Panama City and attended the W. M Bennett attended The second half of the

BE HAPPY as will arrive Saturday for a funeral of ''Mr. Ellerbee 'on May the Bennett family reunion in league schedule will start Monday -'
visit with Mrs.\ Miller's parents 16. Mrs. Ellerbee returned with Tampa on. Sunday. with doubleheaders Mon-

SAVEEarn Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Matthews. her mother 'and remained for Mrs. S. S. Dowling of Jacksonville day and Friday nights. Mon-
The children wll remain the weekend They also had as was visiting Mrs. E. K, day games will ibe played at

for several weeks, while Mrs. weekend visitors Mrs Marie Perryman on Friday. Comer West Side Park, and Friday RAND (UJ [}{]OOJ( [EID'[

: 'a generous Miller will return to Texas to VIcDavicl of Gainesville, and Perryman of Jacksonville games at Pratt Street I So Make Him .. ,..
:: yield iri safety. Pass- accompany Sgt. ,Miller to New Mrs.. Ruby Britt; and son:* of. spent the weekend with, his 'Monday: "Oonn' ''vs"CrewsI I .. ''''.'
:Mexico where he has been Ocala. mother, Mrs. Ferryman. 730.: Goodman vs KFC 8:30.''
: book Savings in by transferred: with the Air Force. Mrs. Edith Christiansen: and i I Happy. 1DJj Flange .

: 20th earn from 'Mr. and Mrs.: N. R. Burch of Mrs. Ella Moody returned last
the Sialthers, W. Va. are visiting I Thursday from three weeks I the l fast word J in comfort
: the First. their son and daughter-dn-Iaw visit with relatives in New Some Like It GIVE mmSLIPPERS .
r Rev. and Mrs. R. D. Burch.T. Orleans, La.
L. Casey la visiting rela- Mr. ''and Mrs. E. W. Hayes
; First Federal tives in Wilson NC. and Balti- had as Sunday guests Mr. and
'Md. for two weeks. Dur- MrS. John Deas and daughters ,

: Savings And! ing more his absence Mrs. Pat of Lake City Mrs. Myrtle Loud Some Don'tCouncilman ; Hand
Casey and sons of Fort Myersare Dendy of Jacksonville and /
.. visiting Mrs. Casey. Mrs.\ L. A. Weekly) Sr. of Ocala

.. Loan Association Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Hamilton L. A. .Peacock and: daughter What Is music to some ears, Charles Dono- '

.. have' moved from 913 Thomas Louise of Miami are Tuesdayto [ isn't to others the Keystone hoe said he had visited the
: OF STARKE Street to the former Smith Thursday guests of Mr. and City Council noted then strived dances two weeks ago from Sewn

: N. Ave. home at 311 N. St. Clair Mrs. 'L. D; Green and family. to reach, a happy medium 11:30: to 12:30: p. ,m. He noted
218 Temple Shuford who has been I
have Jim ,
which' they pur- after danca ems
.. Street receiving complaints the teenagers left the
Phone 964.5000' chased. confined In: Alachua General about the volumes of bands in orderly manner and said I
: with broken ; .t
Hospital a leg playing Friday and Saturday the music had been toned I f Fronts
for .the two weeks, has
past returned
: nights at Keystone Beach: do'+$n' 20 per cent from a year
r ; home. I
.. Mrs. Kate of ago
. Sheppard The rock and roll groups I
Srunswlck, Ga. was visiting were given two weeks to f tong The' Perfecta .

:: TOP QUALITY at a Mrs. Edna Hart and family the noise down" and the In' The'; Circuit. Court ofnrsdford }

. Monday and,Tuesday Council took no action Tues County Plorldn.JUYC14 I for
Mr. and Mrs. William Launhart LYNN, Lswie, Plaintiff Complement
: LOW PRICE*' of Newton, Kan. are day night after hearing pros VB WILLIAM JOHN
and cons of the music from a LEWIS, Defendant. Your Wardrobe
spending two months with her NOTICE O1' SUIT
large crowd of teenagers and
.. alatera, Mrs. Lola Johnson In To: William. John Lewis
alike. Chairman Roy .
grownups cMra Victor Hoyt
Starke and Mrs. S. EX Kennedyin
( Mill, Pennsylvania.
rr Watkins had a hard time end lays
Keystone Heights. You arc hereby notified that
.r :Miss Harriet Goodman who ing the debate, in fact. an action for divorce haM been ,
- "Amplifiers knocking door filed ajralnst. you and you are
graduated from the University knobs off" kept him awake required to serve a copy of I When you're ready to step -
of Missouri last week, is home your written dofenaen,' If "
Skamps out, nothing completes the
Friday night until after midnight to It. on Theron A. Yawn;anY'1
rr for two weeks before going to AI Watson, proprietor of Attorhey for Plaintiff look of elegance better than -,
Chicago, HI. where she will addfau- U Bradford County Look to the front for the fashionaccent
work for the Foote Cone & ''Banner Foods, told the Couh Court Mourn, Stark, I a pair of distinctively styled
'cil as he led off with the com and file the original with, the II I t in young men's shoes this
.. Beldlng Advertising Agency.
I ,plaints. He noted the pavilionat I season Handsome hand HWI&FOR
Miss Susan Fogg'left Sat.
.. / the beach Is open and suggested SCHEDULEOF Rand d ShoesFrom fronts add the custom ..
.. urday for St. Paul, Minn. MEN
two alternatives t-
: where she will work during the SERVICES tailored-for-you look.
ting off the music at tf m'or .
p. Sew smart choose
LdODEL'. :. summer and stay with her
grandmother, Mrs. Lee Fitch. closing the building yourslPAGE'I'WO
But Mrs. Kitty McOlave received ST. EDWARD'S CHURCH I
Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Wentling
; I of Palmyra Pa. were visiting the most applause Starke
I their aon-In-law and daughter, t Watson didn't get aryl when Sunday. Mass: 9:15 ..< m.' ,
: Mr. and Mrs. Fred Graudon, she stated: Thursday Mans: e:3: () p.: m. $$10.95 to $19.95 ;
x. from Friday to Tuesday.Mrs. 'I hear the music every Miraculous Medal Novena: ,
weekend. I can't I like it. 7, BRjIJ4
Gerald Gay and sons of say Saturday p. m. I
; I Mfeml are spending two week but.I sure want to keep our Confessions: 5 p. m. and 7,I

,. with Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Gay. kids here in town. p. m.
illiUI III J Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Firth Another resident told the ST. WILLIAM'S CHURCH''

: 111. .albt t'r... t are flying. to St. Louis, Mo. Council he favors keeping the Keystone Heights I 8" 1: 10"

: 'You'd expect to 'pay far more for aQ thes from Thursday to Sunday. music. He said he rented the a Sunday Mass: 7:30: a. nt;' I
home four doors from
They will be accompanied by Wednesday Mass and No-'
: Quality NORGE Features! (. I 'Mrs. Ed Firth of Keystone beach and then bought one verm 7 -

... '.AUTOMATIC TIMER CONTROi Tea AUJOMATlCWAR>- + Heights the North, who for a will month's remain visit.Mr. in. two An doors adult from member it. of one of MARTS pjn.ST. CHURCH g D $$12.99 r'1'
: 8.t control ence wiiMoq + RJNSf WATCI TEMPERATURES Rlccardl the bands said they adjust the Macclenny
I \ and Mrs. N. T.
to t < utem tM
w compl *y 4\. 4 r volume of the amplifiers for Sunday Mass: 11:30: a. m.
.. and of Miami are visitingMr. I
. I' ._ f.I
( 9tz of wasli load, and Mrs. F. W. Strickland sound and; to give the people II I (
: ) wit of a 9ypcR tINGRf extrecee for itiwo weeks. what they want He referredto WORK SHOES to 7 I
_ (> FOUR FRESH: WATER RUt%*. nxlmum -tw wtthout\ '' '
the teenagers and
Vlnlng young \
Mr. and Mrs, L. D.
: psrktgr THE BRADFORD
.L\LQSM KIMlVCtoM f UnglinOor j' in Georgia the past week people attending the dances.
visiting ,'Mrs. P. .S Snow in The speaker also told Watson !6.99 S12.99 j i
Dublin and Mrs. J. W. Timmer- that 70 per cen$ of the popu- Published every.Thursdayat $2.99
95 man in Stockton. lation of the United States is 138 W. Call St., I.,

I $$139' Sally: Torode wad visiting now' under 23 which' makes:: I Starke Fla., 32091 t

Dr. and Mrs. Frank Kllgo in them a majority. '

W.T. Macclenny from Sunday' to "They're and the ones 1 try" hs to I Second!! at class Starke postage Fla. paid; to $6.99 c,

Wednesday satisfy yon as well I
. :Mrs. Lydia Few of Keystone: told Watson. Subscription Rates: :

: ..Years'; fronTnow! youTI be gtarf H's'a NORGEIGAY'S Heights, ,Dewey Starling of Marshall Wally Mulhofer I In trade area: $4.00 per J

Gainesville, and Mrs. Eva said complaints had "come year; $2.23 six month. '
Beasley o f Macclenny have from as far away as Mr. 1
: HOME APPLIANCES beeif admitted to the Statke. Dodd's" from the beach.A Outside trade area: U.5'0per STUWIP'S DEPARTMENT ar

Nursing Home. number of teenagers attended year; $230 EUGENE- TANNER, OWNER Mrs. F. F. Stump and Miss the meeting but did t
E. L. Matthew*, editor and STORE
Llllan) Stump ,were visitingMr. not speak although Chairman
: 355 N. Temple Ave. Phfae 964-7311 and'Mrs. W. B. ThomsonIn Watkins extended them the publisher -
. Montlcelio* Wednesday night invitation. j
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UDC Members T ... In The flrvult Court farItriulfnril recorded In flat Book No I
: : Coffee Birthday ReunionFor
IJPT- HonoringGirl r-I
OxintT: Florid 39 public rurnrde "t
Have Luncheon >r ky t tlvll Motion No. fl.1 County, Florida
... Scout Workers Rivers Family Walter Hendemon coil bnen filed against you viol
Meeting At LakeThe ,: .1.1I .1I ti'lla, Hendernon his are required, to sere i
Plaintiff. v. Willie of your written defonat
Rivers of
Mrs. Sue Executive George Graham
Ir. and Rattle Ilubhert; any to It on Thoma &
W. T. Weeks chapter. Director of the Gateway Girl Mrs. Donle Prlngle of Auburn- wife, Defendan. ., Attorney for Plain

UDC held their final meeting Scout Council, held a coffee I dale, Mrs. Love Shaw, of La- NOTICE OF SUIT *, whoae addre I la l03',.>
To Willie Hubbnrt, Jr. Temple Avenue Stark
GLADYS MOOTY of the season last week at the recently at Holiday Inn for Crosse, and Mrs. Fronle Crews, Flattie Hubbert. hi* wife, and file the ,original
Phone '647608r Kingsley ,Lake home of Mrs special gift chairmen of the I of Lawtey all celebrated their dress unknown the Clerk' of the .abovi
You Are ... Court before Tulj
W. B. Mundy with .Airs. Frank fund raising drive held In June birthdays at the Rivers that an action Hereby to 1U97 ; otherwise on or. a judgment

Beard as co-hostess. The 20 Bradford( County. More than home last Sunday. mortgage, on the & plat"H be entered .against you

Linda Faye Sanders James T. Lee members enjoyed a covered $600 was collected In the campaign i I Out of town guests Included property Florida. : In Bradford the relief or demanded petition. ,in r the

Are Wed In Bethel Baptist Church. 'dish lunch. Mrs Elizabeth Springer and The South half of the Witness. my hand. and seal] ''II>i
Individual tables were placedIn Those attending /were Mrs. 1 children, of Lakeland; M?s. venty-flve (75)( ) feet of Court on June t U. I9S*

the Florida room overlook- Randal Chitty, representingthe I Ruby Atwood and family, of Wont one hundred "> (SEAL!' )
Miss Linda Faye Sanders, of Illusion was caught to a I tI Starke Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie ((176) fret of the South Char A. Darby
the lake. of late who ;
Ing Arrangements Mayor Chitty, hundred noventy-four ( ) of the Circuit Court
daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. circular pearl headpiece. She' 1 ,
summer flowers were used in headed the drive' Mrs. Harold Outlaw, of Gainesville; Mrs. feet of Block, Seventeen ( ) Bye Heulah. Moody
Clyde E. Sanders, and L/Cpl. carried a white Bible topped Deputy Clerk
decorating.After Godwin, John A. Torode and | Onlo Thornton, a sister of the "Kant of the railway Town
James: T. Lee of Ijvwtey. Bradford, (" It Pierce
Mr. and with
son a white orchid with white + t
the luncheon Mrs. Mrs V. J. Spengler. Workers I honor guests, and Billy Ray Florldn. and In Section at Law
Mrs. R. L. Lee Jr.. all of satin streamers.Mrs. .
Lester Crews presided over the not able to be present were Rivers, both of Auburndale; ty-three ((23)), Township North Temple Ave
Starke were united In mar- Sanders chose for herdaughter's ((5)) South Range Florida' 32001
Mrs. Gwen and Miss
meeting' Miss Lynda Rosier, J t E. Tomllnson and David Lovett Attorney for Plaintiff
at 8 ((22) East a* per' map or
riage p.m. Saturday May wedding a lavender
winner of the UDC scholar Coats. Pam Outlaw 'both of Gainesville 6/lS 4t 7 8

13, in Bethel Baptist Church. whipped cream dress comple- ship, was presented as special :Mrs. Peters presented, each ; Mr. and Mrs. Leon ElI -

,The ceremony was performed mented by a lavender orchid guest. member with a telephone timeras Brenda Hawkins I ing/ ton,, of Starke; and the 1

/toy Rev. R, L. Lee, grand corsage. Mrs. E. L. Matthews and Miss HogancampIs a memento of the occasion. Ronald Thomas husbands of the three sisters( BILL POWELL -
father of the groom. Mrs. Lee, mother of the REAL ESTATE
having birthdays. -
Mrs. J. W. Kincaid were elect- She reported to the group that
Nuptial music was provided attired in mint EngagedTo To Wed 28
groom was a ed as delegates to the state the local Senior Girl Scout July The next reunion. will be
by :Hiss Lavon Collins, organist green whipped cream dress convention to be held In Clear- Mike Maruca Troop 607 received second held at the Leon Ellington ', TO
and Bernice Collins, solo- with which she white Announcement Is made of
wore a L. place on Paradise Lake near 7+
water In October. Mrs. O. place at the Senior Banqueton
'lt./ orchid corsage. Beasley and Mrs. H. L, Speer Mr. and Mrs. James L. May 20 In Jacksonville tor the engagement and approaching Keystone Heights. All Inter- BUY SELL TRADE

Decorating the altar were A reception was held at the were elected alternates.The Hogpancamp. of Bardwell Ky. their table centerpiece.. Fifteen marriage of Miss Brenda ested persons are Invited to
'baskets of white mums and home of the bride's parents on Hawkins, of Starke daughterof attend.
new officers for the announce the engagement troops entered this contest CALL: 964-6464
(gladioli' against a background 1 Route 1 'I Hawkins and
where Mrs. Marion
{; baskets of their
coming year were installed by approaching marriage of From the 14 counties in the ,
of greenery and tall white white gladioli and mums were to Council. R. L. Hawkins of Jacksonville, AFTER IIRS: 533-2018
Mrs. E. K. Perryman: president youngest daughter, Gateway KerceHowardMrs.
tapers In branched candelabra. used. Guests were greeted at to Ronald 'Thomas son of Mr.
Mrs. Lester Crews; first Michael A. Maruca, son of Mrs
James Starling served as the door Mrs. Woodrow Thomas of 'Y WHITE P.O. BOX 1089
by :Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Luther Netta of Starke. and :
vice-president, Starling ,
,best man. Ushers were Edwin Sanders. NEHA MeetingIn Starke. Sarah Fulgham of| ,
Powell second vice-president, The bride-elect Is a 1965
(Sanders, brother of the bride, The bride's table was cover- ; GainesvilleThe The wedding will take place Starke announces the engagement VISIT: 404 W. MADISON ST.
of Carlisle
Roberts County
Mrs. George ; secretary graduate!
land Airman Carl J. Davis, ed with 28 at 8 in of her daughter/ Mary STARKE
a white lace cloth and Mrs. O. L Haynes Sr.; High School In Bardwell and Friday, July p.m. I
Cosette Kerce Michael
(cousin of the bride. centered with a tiered wedding Crown Chapter of the First: Baptist Church witha
H. L. at Murray
treasurer Mrs. Speer; li now a Junior
and Mrs. A. B. Howard of RealEstate
her slater as maid of honorIn crystal holders. Miss Caro- Is in Gainesville last Thursday church recreation room. tccgr
business. She
ton; recorder of crosses Mrs. majoring In .
Starke. : Un.kf'r HOMES COMMERCIAL
) a floor length aqua dress lyn Gandy cut the bride's cake, Joe Wilson; historian, Mrs. W. a member of PI Omega Pi afternoon for the installationof I Miss Hawkins attended Ter- > '
with matching veil and rose- and assisting in serving were Delta new officers ry Parker High School in
I' H. Nollman; publicity, Mrs. business honorary, ....
shaped headpiece. Miss Patricia I :Miss Susan, Gandy and Mrs. W. Kincaid; chaplain Mrs. Lambda Alpha, and has served Mrs. Lila Caldwell of Bradford I Jacksonville and the Toccoa I,

Wynn served as bridal attendant Louise Gandy. Miss Barbara Walla Llpsey. as secretary of Phi Beta County Hospital was the I Falls Academy in Toccoa Falls,

.. In a gown, Identical to the 'Lame kept the 'bride's book. I I I Lambda. Her social sorority nstolllng officer and a beautiful !I Go. She is employed at Carp's j I r STARKE PLAZA
honor attendant's, and each After Store.
spending some time Is Alpha Sigma Alpha. ceremony was conducted Department OPEN ALL DAY
carried a single rosebud with with their guests the couple the hlg1acnool.. Mr. :Maruca graduated from using colored carnations and Mr. Thomas graduated from EVERY DAY

pink streamers. left on a three-day trip to I I The groom also attended Bradford High School In 1904 canaies. Santa Fe High School In 1963 I 8:30: A.M. TILL 7:00: ".M.

The:! bride given in marriage Daytona Beach and will resideat Bradford High School and Is He Is presently a senior at The new president, Mrs. Sue and attended St. Johns River FRIDAY & SATURDAYrHUR.fRI.SA

toy her father wore a full Camp Pendleton Calif. The I!I now serving in the U.S. Murray State University maj- DuPont of the St. AugustineD Junior College for two years. I

length white lace gown oversatin bride chose for traveling a Marines.. He spent 13 monthsIn oring In business and physical and B Hospital presided He la employed by Florida

featuring a fitted bodice, white lace A-llne dress. Vietnam. education. He Is a member of over the last naif of the meet. Hydrocarbon at Brooker.All i a l.earr

scalloped neckline. and long The bride is a 1964 graduateof CLEMENS;: REUNION the varsity football squad Advanced ng, after which refreshment. friends and relatives of

,,Jeeves that tapered to> the Bradford High School and The demons family reunion ROTC, and the MClub.His were served. the couple are Invited to attend

''wrists.. She wore a single worked as secretary for L. H. social fraternity la Sigma MrsElvira Devoe also at- .
will >be held Sunday at New
:strand of pearls and her veil )I I Gibson, purchasing agent for ,' Chi. tended: from Starki

Hope. The wedding vows will be St. Mark's Women T. ONLY!

_._ _.
.- - -- 6 at -
solemnized Sunday, Aug. I -
Met Monday Night
3 p.m. at the Beech Grove was used and a greater duct-

Baptist Church In Bardwell. All ance required as dictated by Mrs. Edward Burns and Mrs
I fr-lentls' and relatives of the the type of firearms used. He the new "In"shirt.
W. E. Carter entertained members .
I couple are Invited to attend. also indicated a desire to meat: of The Women of St. .
with the hunters, and ;0'-,
Council Mark's Episcopal Church at
Girl Scout Troop pilots to help them arrive at
their regular meeting Monday
WIONEY i conditions- which should provide night at the home of the former Racer

Enjoys CampoutJunior I an acceptable level of on W. Madison Street. the
: safety. We believe that sucha Grider -
Mrs. Kenneth presided
t Girl Scout Troop 605: meeting would do much to Herbert Thomas
and Mrs
leader ,
with :Mrs. T. L- Casey better understandIng
promote a -
the devotional. Rev. R. E.
assist gave +
and Mrs. R. S. Mulllns. ,between aviation, and hunt led discussion
MacBlaln an Open
weekend a
ant, spent the on ing Interests. We trust that the Workings of the

campout The 17 at girls Hall were Lake.for awarded their I you MaJ. will Brantly's take advantage offer. Basedon of Episcopal The on hostesses Church served of today.refreshments Sale $

Building Supply campers activities badges followingsix these recommendations, we from a ,beautifully appointed
camp-out ,
and would favorably consider a table during the"social
weeks of planning lease with the"following re- of hydrangeas '

30 Days Only OF'STARKE, FLORIDA, INC. 30 Days Only practicing camping skills\Swimming at- strict lona: hour. were Arrangements used in decorating.to 3 for
their regular meetings.
1. Hunting should not be allowed -
and outdoor
nearer than 300 yardsto

cooking skills were learned : the usable surfaces on the attach a sketch to the I r

MOBILE PAINTS THE PAINT and carried all activities out by were the plannedand patrols. airport and including' a 300- lease to better identify! those ( $1.77 EACH.
the extended
and yard strip along areas /which will be coveredby '
The girls slept In tents .....
runway centerUne in the approach the lease. Upon receipt of ., ,
follow-the-trwil-sign ,
1'1 took a areas to the runways. this we will be In a better r -
: .L.P For All Southern Gold Head Branchon :
I hike at
2. Hunting with high powered position,. to review thle pro- .: FOR..MEN' and BOYS
r Saturday morning. rifles should be restricted .

+:: e' = 0' '' Climates I completely from the .airport posal."We trust that this matter ,,,,,+' _/ .;'r-'!!\o-' The hottest ,style seller-10 If you
proper and from within this resolved to the benefit M x
Lease can be havea. swlnafh' Dad he'll love a cou-
Airport buffer area. Note: If adequate !'
of all concerned. "
rw+ ,to.r- 'p>*:-of these. Doubtrack/ shoulder
controls can be established,
possibly this buffer could be stripes/ lIve dash to contrasting

AND YOUR BEST BUY AT Jer Meeting DelayedA I reduced to 100 yards with onjy :NOTK'HPmbllo 4 new hot shades. 100% combed S-M-L.In-
4n small bird shot used. .t.rtocking'cotton. Men's sizes

3. Seeding or the planting ot Notlr In. hereby given 1 Jioys' fixes 8 to 18. Choice of any 3.
reach an
meeting to wild life foods which would Florida statutm. that a petition
agreement on the new Sport. attract: bird. and animals ha. filed. with the Hoard

man's Club lease to the Key should not be 'permitted within of County Comml iiloner.. or '
r Florida to
: r. r i I I. stone Airport has been post the buffer area. vacate Bradford abnmlon County discontinue 77 '. ,"

I -,,, as poned until next Tuesday' or The FFA official added: "If and dose an exlutlnir. road r ----
i Wednesday June 20 or 21. aviation safety should become over and upon the land hereinafter fABULOUS'SELECTION' OfMEN'S
deHcrlh l. and to renounce ,
..+ II.... RUSKIlKILLS : City Council Roy WatkIns announced jeopardized the hunting privileges and disclaim any right 't :t!
,,6I' 1 Tuesday night. should be eliminated and of the County and the occupied publicIn = SHORT SLEEVE
'I' I ...-.".",..." -" --'...' i'' The' meeting Is being held likewise, If a record of safe by and a certain to those county road and "
I at the suggestion of the Miami practices develops the restrictions described, .UK follow. :

: I Area Office of the Federal" could possibly! be liberal- The guet: clfHrllbed II feet of properly the following -: Sport: Shirts

Aviation Administration which ized. The general provisions The We.t 170 fuel of that portion "-

has the new lease under con- mentioned above should be the of the Southwest Quarter, -
.. j ((8W'4 Jot the Northwest quar-
sideration. Chairman Watkins for Inclusions lien Northof
starting point sr (NW4J! ), which
WASHABLE'FLAT I. said some of the FAA officials on the abject."As the;: County Road lying '
READY MIXED and being In Section IS. Township -
attend cur 'reg: TWO
WALL PAINT RUST FAST found it impossible to explained during your 0 Mouth.. Range, '' 22 Raul $
INT. OR EXT. FOR the meeting Wednesday whenit visit (to Miami)), the airport und + 1 2.99 eae' FOR 5
Colors ENAMEL NEEDS of following a t ri6
Masonry Wallboard Spectacular was orglnally scheduled. was conveyed to the City for The Weal IS fuel the ,
described property:
Reg. $3.49 Reg. $4.95 NO PRIMER Don Morgan, preSident' of airport purposes. Land whichis HevlnnlnsI9S; f Mast, of the

Now $3.30 Reg. $6.59 to $9.08 the Sportsman's Club arranged excess to such needs is to Northwest Corner of the "
Now $2.69 Gal. SALE PRICE the meeting and Invited be used for revenue producing southwest Northwest Quarter Quarter((8W 14)(NW ofthe Many styles. to choose from In all popular

WI| Matching Enamel I sportsmen Game Commission purposes which are compatiblewith '4) South 69166' to Cr. line of r4 Ii fabric.."' Ivy,. hl-boyand, regular collars.
$4.39 $6.05 gal.PRIMELESS I officials. interested aircraft aviation activities. In traded Road East on Kciud 1. send:2 pockets Sollds."stripes an'
r; 1111'. North .'..1". to the plaids. S M L & XU
.....::"<. ... .J i1 I pilots FAA representatives, view' of Ithe Initial expenditures Westerly I Boundary 94.S91' to t /
'1': and members of the Keystone that will be made by theSportsmen's the Northerly Boundary, We.t -W r ti

I Council to participate In the Club for clearingand It5 U'being to In UtKlnnlnir Unction, 16.all. Town-lylnirand

discussion. planting, we will offer no .hlp 9 Mouth, Range 12 Kact. SAVE'UP'T028% ON'
.. In a letter to Watkins, dat- objection to the terms of the and that the Hoard. of County -;
I Uommmlsiloners of
'-nmas-..,. .$ ,tit! 4i ed May 29, Max H. Bard. first lease which it for one ford County will hold a Hr.d-I
vtEjfc1Cr Chief of the Airports Branch, year for the sum of JL Any hearingupon said petition sUP-0" ENTIRE >STOCK'OF THESE
I with the FAA'B :Miami I area renewals should be on a yearto on the Sth day of July 1867 at MEN'S i
10 o'clock ..t which time all -
office said: "Many valid reasons year basis for the fair partlea Interested, therein may aS, R \ x
\ for the disapproval (of the market rental. The funds so be heard. S J
._ -: wgcarucsouservf W linen* my hand an. Chairman Slacks
, -=:: i. strict control of Dress
new lease) or derived must be placed In the of ald Board, this 7th labic PDP6n
TlII-GLOSS EXT. H.P. I"'rgm.Nwtz. ,e.f.4 the use of this airport by the airport account and be used day of June 1947.D. Heavy. "pasheble and tlch, _.J

FOR WOOD ENAMEL FOR I Sportsmen's Club were presented for the operation maintenance Aa Chairman. U of IHIU the-'ORD Board 01 with cushl9n It Itwto 171 '- \10 '

Mildew Resistant PORCH FLOORS I In several letters to this or development of the airport. County Commissioners. Bradford ylkile Oaf' 6 our reg. $
Reg. $7.41 office from local pilots. Generally What the >City' should avoidis County, Florida.. $ 99 6-99' 5KORATRON
Reg. ,
the feeling was that the a long term commitment ATTEST t BHl'KFOKr: Chance A. Darby j.99 &

Now $4.80 Now$4.94 planting of the property for' which would tie the propertyup Aei D.Clerk* of aald Hoard Sale .
, the feeding of wild life and for a lengthy period when It /15orirn .4 r thisDgroup'ofslacks '

j 33 1.3a OFF UNCONDITIONALLY OS! Paint For Wood hunting was not compatible the land several years. from proceeg'in NO IRONING.all They areexpertly.tailored

' GUARANTEED PAINT' Or Masonry-Acrylic with aviation activitiesWe.. of now would be needed for other \ I means In full cut and tapered
'I Reg. $8.10 course give very strong consideration purposes which would be of .:41VAIJZtTIOThe '' 1 'models.. > alt& pre-culf sizes 29tto 42.
I 20% OFF ON MOST SUNDRY to these pilots and more benefit to the City and Hoard. of County Com- Bantont C

, ITEMS: Now -, $5.40 to their Interest In safe avia- to the airport."In mlaaloner of Bradford County : 9 .
, Florida will meet In the YAWL 6
I Bard said that a representative emphasize that our primary on Monday July 3rd 1987 % ttlUfsslllon 1:010: ('
100 D -
SPRAY PAINTS reg. $1.35 NOW - $1.01 I of FAA discussed the mat- Interest Is In the safety of at Hoard 10:00: a.of m.Bquallien and oriranlie sea s ett latter: 10.13. "'

ter with MaJ. Robert M. There Ilbs end ., NOIRONsrecn
aviation activities.: may The Board of Equalisation: In ul SOC1cs
I Brantly Regional Manager of be other activities In the im- will Immediately, adjourn. until cre.. ,.
July 6th at 10:00: a. m. when t
the Florida Game *: Fresh mediate vicinity of the airport they will reconvene a* a Board
Water Fish Commission "In which the City will want to of Equalization In the Jury 1te.19 a Dress Shirt

f an effort to arrive at what take Into( consideration in determining Roomn purpose the of Courthouse hearingcom forth $1.00 '
could be considered safe conditions the areas to be plaint and receivingleitlmony % OIlOn. 2nd toe t\\\ '
WE HAVti: EVERYTHING' YOU NEED LUMBER: ROOFING ,i and where the interest leased for hunting purposes. a* to the value of any prop \\IIIOId4Itee'' l'77
DOORS WINDOWS NAILS HARDWARE could be serv- erty real or personal or mixeda 10.13. r \ $1
PLYWOOD of both group "We request therefore, thata fixed by the Tax Aaneiii. 1 (

' NEW OR USED AT LOWER PRICES SEE US SOON MARK led." new lease be drafted to In- for the year 1BS7 again the .. l"!., j, f I : -
that owner or agent of such prop ): Valu I
$2.50' *
: JACKSON INMAN: GREEN I I' "Major Brantly stated corporate the above recommendations "

\ Florida prohibits. hunting withIn and to also Incor- erty.D.. I* Shufford 't 1 HYtOM TRICOT
Chairman of Hoard >f County
964-6078 300 yards of a public porate the safety rules which CommlaaUmer' Bradford q s 'i ,,.+ means wash (Idry and w.ir.
JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLYPhone::: highway." Bard's letter con Mr. Morgan has outlined in his Cn"ntv. Florida 1 ,t Smart tprti4 collar. White

& Cherry Sts. tlnued. "He Indicated that a letter of May 2. 1967 to this ATTEST Charlee A. Darby p f y and. colon Is) 14'/i' I to "

distance of about 100 yards office, It would also. be helpful Clerk and Auditor.
may be safe )If small bird shot It t/lS J AMl


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FOUR nn.tnronn COUNTY TF.usanApn: STARICPI' FLORTTP4' : TiirnitnAT. JT'.(P': 1.1. 1'ft1I !'

Lance i Corp. Robert Nail Graudon Pitches I II ties by the last Polk Report,"

I Pepsi Team I I be added,

Killed In Vietnam Action To Victories I Summer School

new Ie+P.,.. Left
I l-CollL Openings
P'p one <>f Starkctwo / < !

Services/ e r-'' dined Saturday I pony league teams, pliivud n,t' 1 wwr..w.ew.n s .our.rM 1 : In Grades 4 5 6
Jun, 1* 'or Marine its first /game or the season tCt w r ,

Cpi Kobcrt M.iil: 18, of trouncing Lake Butler \:l.0I 1I 't There arc openings far atuilunts -
Kingsley I..ilr: who WIt! Itllled I Marls CJraui'on pitched and who will he In grades
In a'ctlon In Viet Nam on June and batted the Pepsi I team ti",, a a.r r t'F (1 four five 'und six next school
I victory, hurling a two-hltti, ,
8. '" term In the Elementary Social
Lance Cpl.. Nail, who would r I and striking out 14, While hitting Studies Clinic "Around the

have been 19 in October, had I a drtuble and a home run I World In Thirty ))4Y","
,been In the Marine Corps 19 % IAtr.r I McGnvcrn: was 2 for 't:S ri The six-weel. program will
months* He served! In. 'B' Com- help the winners" and Bill
t | begin on Monday June 19, in
pany, Third Antf-Tank Battalion I. Driggers had one of the two :ic i 'A Building at Bradford High
of the Third Marino Divi I. hits madu by Lake Butlei a I 1' School. Students will report at
sion. Nail attended Bradford 1 8:30: am. ahd will be dismissedat
High School and received his A very much Improved Lake J v I 1:30 p.m.Interesting.
diploma after enlistment in !the I Butler nine made a game of It li .y'w it Baldwin Starts activities arc be-
Marine in thclr second meeting with ,. j'
Corps.Kiail with stress
lug planned a on
< had been In Viet Nam Starke'8 )Pepsi on the Lake \ Second YearIn i i Social Studies. for further\ In-

six months and had Just re- Butler field. Ej'a Dealership mation, contact: Mrs. Lucille
turned from a recuperation Starko scored 2 runs In the 7 I Payne Coordinator Elementary
leave In Thlaliind. He was kill- lead-off Inning as Ralph Gil-
f, Baldwin Chevrolet: Co, IB Summer Program/ U.S.O.
ed when his convoy ran over pin and Mark Oraudon hnd ,.r. celebrating the y.rst .mnlver- Building.
a mine close to the demllitaru\ ,base hits Lake Butler came _
wary' : "f M.: A. (Mar) Baldwin
back with :3;) runs In the fourth
ed zone at Thua Thlen. Viet In Starke with p. .hartlhiUlntrAnniversary
Nam. to tie the game, but In tile Teen Time Center
1 1 I Sale announced In
A 19-year-old brother Cpl fifth. Greg Rleherd and Johnny | I / r d F this Isoue of ;Jllie Telegraph, Opens June 19Stu'ltng

George. E. Nail, is also In the Powell each' hit home runs and fv Pb. v '" k In cloning out his first y.....u-
Marine and Is stationed Starke led 4-3 after 5 innings. '--'--' ,--.- $ -
Corps in Stark, Mr./Baldwin/ emphasizes : Monday. June 19,
at Camp LeJeune, N.c Ha 4yf. A final run was picked up In the fact' that he In "hen the Starkp Recreation Center
This Is No Stretch Of The
serves in C' Company Second the sixth. for the :5-3\ win. Imagination to stay" ami feelH that he has will be open fur teenagers each

Anti-Tank Battalion Third. Graudon was credited with the dealership on a aoiiiul fooling afternoon from 2 to :3 p.m.,
Platoon, Second Marine Divi the win, going the distance, allowing !lilting "anything you threw out" theme 1*! furil.beautiful with u service department Monday through Friday; and

slon. Cpl.tobprltlLNatl j only one hit and strike Htrlpud ban were ('aught !Sunday' In t.lm' Smallest/ of the dozen wrlglitsl 13

Cpl. Bobby Nail was born !In I ing out 19 batters.Starke's Oklitwuh>River "y,.the Lnwtey trio of (l-r) tin l largest 18. The trio caught nine Saturday the the car owners: of thin area. and Saturday nights from
North Carolina, October 18<5, members of the :Marino: t Corps.DeWiti Branding Iron team Mr. Bildwlu 7.30 until 1030.:
1948. H4 was a member of the C Jones Funeral will host Lake Butler at West James Shiiford Robert Cr.nfl..I.. and Glen Sim- largest one wu weighed In at 22-11! pounda..y June lflC6 from came Gainesville.where to Starkein .; The program will Include

Baptist Church. Home is in chargeHow Side Park at 3 p.m. Thursday, he'liud.ten. years experience I ping pong pool, checkers,
Surviving are his parents, June 15. in the "record and
,m: auto field, serving: hops hay rides
Mr and Mrs. Thomas F. Nail as sales manager for University other special events.

of Klngsley Lake; two brothers Fishing LicensesOn Chevrolet! and general! Bill Cliett will be, Teen Time

: Cpl. George E. Nail and DoIt You Co]evince A Woman Juror? i manager of ;Tropical Pont me ,:
John David Nail, ((14))! his' Sale Now In coming to Stuike, he feels.

paternal grandmother, Mrs that he was "coming back
Mary Rouse of Palatka maternal New fishing licenses for
; home" tilnre he
grandfather, John B. won't be long before more may also require additional Florida, Louisiana, and New 1067-68 went on sale Thursday the time In

1/11' Pope of Columbus Ga., and his women will be'slttlng/ on Bl'ad-I I motel rooms unless there I lean Hampshire were the only states NDEA funds> to be used for. other When vessels.using the facilities of morning June 1in:\ the office at early Camp liMO's Blanding while In stationed World cuLi

maternal grandmother, Mrs. ford County juried even number of women Jur_ in which women were not part of the $90,000 project,I boat clubs of County Judge T. A. Yawn in War II."My .
Rufus Hester, Columbus, Ga. new Florida lawmaking i ors But the clerk says: automatically eligible for Jury were not approved in time. strange or would the Bradford County Court- wife, the former
act as a guest as you :
women eligible for jury duty "I have no objections. Intact duty. house.
Services will be held Saturday I Post
Board took: no action on there without Bracewell, wor'jed in the
,, !the same as men. I have always approved were you' your Prices are the same as last
I" June 17, at the Calvary ,the issue after Supt. Tom boat. A boat doesn't relieve Engineers office at Standing I,
Church at Starke at"II But opinion varies an to the of women Jurors. year resident $3, nonresident (
Baptist Casey suggested it might be of where we met, and we obtained -,
of responsibility:
lit a.m. with Rev R. H. Butler, effect the law'wilt have on the Just three women have serve Tax Roll Up a good idea to "sitt on it a dayor you courtesy.your five days permit $2.25, our marriage: license ml, home protection at r
Burial will attitude of a.jury. ed on a Bradford County jury nonresident 14 days $3.23: anda
pdstbfu; offJclatliTg; two. Casey Is pushing/ If you are a guest on the Starke and lived here until Ii 'Jess cost with a
,,,::?, be in KIngsley Lake Cemetery Clerk of the Court Charles and only four are registeredand have the renovation completedby boat of some other person remember one year non-resident license was transferred" Baldwin) Homeowners Police ,
5"" with military rites at the Darby's first reaction was thatit eligible for the duty, Clerk $$1.5 Mllion the time school starts in he is the skipper and $8.All ,
Under the state'bold those said.The
Pallbearers will" bd Darby says. persona! except Contact ma today I
:: grave. will be more'expensive, but September. operates his boat as he see fit. Bakrwins have purchased -
law a woman must sign a under 15 years of age or 63 1t I
,, ._ then everything else Is. goingup orders from him a home on N Walnut
1'I statement ito the effect that your years or older must! have a t Merrill H. ;
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too. A woman ballff will be Page Street the former home of .
'u.51' Adjustable Vinyl Book she is willing to serve on a and do nothing to make your license to fish anywhere In the e., '
required whenever a Jury hag Mrs. A, ,iZ. Adklns and they ; "'. Williams117N. 'I'Ii
"M"IIIMI, : Coven. All'Bizet 30 cents ea. to be detained overnight. It jury before her name is placed tax roll into eight categories. Berry GoopAssured self unpopular. State of Florida except In their. have a teenage daughter, i
/ ,; at The :.Telegraph. on the list. They are listed below with If you see a fellow boatmanin homo county with a cane,pole. Ginger who is student \.
A local attorney just each category compared to the distress, it is an unwrittenlaw Retirees 65 and over must a at \
BUS. ,
'u"5nI'' '' : couldn't resist poking- little 1966 figure: that you go to his assistance have been, a resident of the '. Walnut St. ;
'Mill.', fun at the ladies, however He -Lands reverted to state Remember the Golden state for one year before they lot believe that service Is r (

,'inn, -l said male lawyers might begin under Chapter 18396.: $300; Rule. Being a popular boatman are allowed to flail ''Without a the most important part of a I Phone2h
Mill' franchlsecl "
S taking; exercises in an effort 1966. $500. [Continued From Pae One] is dependent on only one license "dealership, Baldwin -

...uu. v I to trim off a little paunch, County tax certificate thing which costs nothing Present fishing licenses expire I said; "and I am making I ] 964-5391 I
II, age the co-op movement, and I + every effort to provide the bent, !
'IlllllIlllll color their hair, and begin lands [Inon-exemptl; $15,950; courtesy June 30. s
: :: N Save Money I dressing snappily to make the 1966: $66.700. The big difference even offer members a higher I In that :department.. As :foul: STATE I=
',115',' d ladies take their side in a de Is caused by the rmount price for their produce in orderto being: competitive, we are now[Tin end Casualty ARNtInw f fIt
sofa,, bate. .- ... .. 'of-helt homes on which; tqxes\ crynje\ $ si.tljactlqjn", ;( 1, hYoumui A CliuuUled. Ad In the TEL A CH.tSHifled: Ad In the TELE- officially, first place in anlcisl Hunt OfffcM BJoomlngtQtj, KilnediSTAILISHIO / "
lulu token < "ot '? OK A 1''' 'l.rlni, ';"nYf.... GRAPH tiring r.aiih. In' BI'adtllr' and Union. oun-'I Itt
same1 \ be bluffed'to
.in By Buying Or by the an were not paid In 1060. accordIng l > I t
mill/ attorney I might find lady JUrors to Long. such tac tie's," Whittle said

'unitmm' / ; a little prejudiced on County tax certificate "They 'may offer you more for 104 a ":e ,[rt+ .
.SIR' '* osme ISMUCS.' On. Dome civil Issues lands homestead 1 : none. I a while, but II' the co-op should BodcochbfURNlIUREandAPPUANOS

/MUM Appliances he chuckled, the ladles -Valuation of land wholly fall, then the prices will go ( cI
.. I might take the side of a exempt [Widows Government right down again" he warned.It + \
linn I woman against her husband County State, Churches, was voted to retain'the
.i Illll HIMIIIMI',! With Cash ; "figuring what they'd like to etc.J : $5.853.050; 1966: $2.- previously appointed six-man ,119f CHAIR BARGAINS 2CL

see done to him if they (the 153,200The huge increase committee as the new Organization -"

//1,1a-'Illll .. lady Jurists/ ) were In the poor here, resulted because Long's Committee. Membersare ;:'- "., '
Illl3IIIII wife's shoes." office had not had time to : Jimmy Gaskins, Luther (1)ROCKERRECIINEiC( ) ( '

I But on the serious aide Circuit reappraise the county's Bohou'i' ; Hillard, C. F. ( Bub) Carter V -4" Foam.S.d. i.pondod Plalfl'e C'owrY. 9 S .'.no. r 1
IllllIIMI' I I Judge John A. M. Muf- churches, etc. when Bradford Arthur Gankins. Leaton Morgan ''fOO .,now-Ba
II phree says "Women make excellent went to 100 per cent cent assessments Jr., and Oscar Carter Odd "" '. .
'Illll I jurors!!!," two years ago. The Jimmy Gasklns was elected ((2)) IV RECliNER .Idf ...ji} -
:"oWhere:::: t to get the The now law allows women figuresdon't change the tax chairman at a brief meeting i Oe !lea% Hrto fan fneie (ant ni. C.'dillo,
nn'", who have children un.cler'18: able property or the Income to hold after adjournment of the I ((1)) rioihc Iii' ... 2" (Mm '.;.r. Inlo.d. rum ianX' 9 S
":III:": cash Borrow from us. I:I years pf age or who are preg- the county. general -meeting.Ity ,(5 1V MiiMein.Pepsi I ...... clout t Hack,5i WC $3 9 ,$ r r. _
.f'..,M1. ....Ton t I.n.
nullnth nant to be exempt upon re Homesteads (current> : jj. 1
""IIVhy' da Be* r.1Jii.-
Inn' quest and Judges excuse hardship 511,146,450: ; 1068: $11,161.600.: M ((31HI.BACKTVRECLINERGlo) :Ji'
'IlllllIllll cases. This Is an Increase. pf $284T i .. Soft ponded Ploilic Covet"
::::: cause charges 1 I ;
our are j' rt
; 1 .. Shrcddad Foam" Pillow Back. Foam a"" $
e" '
800 In assessments:! 1Dd7!> 95
Dr Mama V. of .
I 'II I' Brady, : I 'te Footrost ond Armf. B.ia.; aown. Gold 5 9
Ill'llHUM' low bank rates. Minimum University of Florida Is a figure would provide 1174,649 j'I l
", ,
I member of the Governor's In'' taxes .rrear.l I Ili.'ett SWwTROCKER
:III:1:, of red tape. Tallor- Commission on the Status of Non-exempt lands ( ((4)) & OTTOMAN r MEAL
'IlllllHill' rent) : $31,702,930; 1DCG: $cur-I 'f' 32 Or. Rio T..tur.d Plaitle Ov.r Foam SMOKER
I Women which recommended I
ed-to-your-budget terms! ; I 905,500. .1, Podded Seat and Channel' Bock. Walnut $ S ''Vith Handle
IlllllIllll that women he put on. equal .
1 7 I 1 1T/ ""on Rocker.Walnut Bate on Matching" 9 99
nn: Confidential transaction. Juror status. She said she *>ns"heartily" -Personal property: $8,070- : asel Ottoman. Persimmon" Oli e.B r
II p I In 'favor of the new 300; 1065: $8.221,100Rallroa.ds II"I i '
,It'll, 'Courteous service. law, but would ,like to see exemptions and Telegraph/ ((5)) SWIVEL ROCKER + I$ret 't : t
MiltII dropped. ((1963 value only): $2,128,950 32 Or. Roneha T..''uroel Plailic Over tl,. ( s
'III" Foam Padded Back, Seat and Arm,. 95 i,
miltIllll Fourteen stated, she pointed Sunburst Channel Design Persimmoirf" $4 9
'I:'ll':':: Home Owned Home Operated out have wording which applies School I Avocado,Black,Gold. 4 rk
I''', I i to ,both men an'd' women. Paving :

:"a I She said that in some cases
lllfllIllll The Community State Bank i It la the husband that 'takes
llla [ care of the children and that Projects Re-Let ,' 1: i} Jt t tJ

III"' pregnancy is not necessarily
: Lynn Hamilton
I grounds for not being. able! to
Illll, MEMBER P.. serve. Continued( from Pege One)
4 MUM' D. I. C. I

555111. ., Until the new law here, Ing $1,250, required of all bldBaggetfs COURTESY MAKES
"". ._ _u ,'..r... BOATMEN POPULARA
II! total bid was $22- few"simple rules of court-

it-Hi inn EVERYBODY'S GOING 503 The combination of bids I esy observed white you are operating
rI" the Board accepted Wednesday your boat will enhance;

nW,'. I from Columbia and JaxoiV' total I your populn.r1ty'. with felloW\

"'' : $21.068 or $1.410& under Bug- boaters and do a great deal to
TO .
"nu r, r\t gett. set a good example. Here arc
nneI." .P ) I a few suggestions from the
I n fitjl Specifications for $10,413 in I
,1115:::? / I equipment for three areas of Evlnrude Boating News Ser

the vocational-technical school I vice.
I were also approved by the Never Interfere with lecular(!
,,,,.. "' berthlnlJ'p of
"/ 'I vIse i'"t't School Board for submission l1oCes others whenIn
ur I "" N' to the State Department of a private marina. Remember
) I
uuu:: : !; Education for its approval. Included that public launching!

J. ..L-!, I "I 'i will be Items, some being ramp o1\o\ are for everyone's use.Don't -> YOUR CHOICE ,.. -
4,555, re-bid and some new bids. block them whit your)
.'S., \ I for equipment for the Supervised car or trailer. I ,-,Ve FAMOUS NATIONALLY ADVERTISED t

r11.1 nun 14. NASWGRTHY'SFURNITURE I Food Service, Major-Ap Avoid' becoming labeled as a 4 .
x ? .. V pliances Repair, and Repair nautical"hot-rodder", by' traveling BERKLINE or KROEHLER / 1 .

155111Is.'55' and Maintenance of Farm :Machinery ( at high speeds In crowded '
and Equipment units areas "buzzing" s'.vimmlng RECLINERS r'

.I ,e of the new school! areas or being a show-ntf.! with now moor *vt Q ir
e111elm HALF PRICE The Board also discugeud! rout. boat in an attempt bo aNt1f. $' '

..15H" plans for Installing pipe to I Impress others. You'll impress 1

.. drain Starke Elementary ord them?-but not favorably.
;:",;:": SALE NOW'IN'nun Bradford High westward under Slow down when you pass' DOWMKro .
pa the new track.Architect small boats, don't cut;',across h- 55 $ 1.75 A WEEK '

:':::: FULL SWING A SURPRISE EVERY DAY I, Don Morgan told the path of salll)>,Te sel3 and p.1. r 't *Modern B.rkhn.Mod.rn Err

115'5ul'S::: the Board it will take 90 days, ateer clear of the 1'sherma'n hf
n 1. at least, for delivery of air- who U wrapped In his .own 2 Way TV M.<*anltm, fee Block Foam lack 3'." Foam
nun conditioning equipment to the ponded hoth.r.light| plotMe Ro..nibl. Cuihian. FoamTapptr "
business ofattempting to 1 4 "r ''ro 1 t
+ pillow back .
trown, on Armi. Jo.gt,
nap proposed renovation of 'A' catch fish. r 4 Oliv, O blood, Tan.. Cold Brown OU, .. a
"'11' Building at Bradford High r
,- When in a narrow stream1 1 -
1 That would put completion -'- d Compare at $99.95
= Ii or channel slow speed Is advised -
: I'j II 1 sometime In October which aqd -you should keep to ooact1.G

,.. wli delay the project another the right. Dont over i;>ced In
l year unions raster delivery can dt / I 1 $ tw
o''I' I harbors and anchorages. Re- [ MM
p. Get Your Share! of These .Bargains Today! be obtained. member your ,wake.con cause
C. The Board had wanted ito damage and trouble and
Furniture and Appliances begin the project
immedlattely you're legally: responsible In J 128 S. Walnut St.

..... after school was out, but the event your..wake, damages/ Herman Willis, Owner Hill Wilson lJanaltl'rPAOI'1 Phone 961-5239

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Spec/tli P'ces. ..

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1967 Stepside Pickup-Incfuding: i Monterey Camper

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DISCOUNT 800.00Both

For Slightly More Than Pickup Alone $2,834.00

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IN STOCK Low Down Payment Bank Rate Financing JIM LAWSON
Sales Representative r '

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k4 ; 1967 STEPSIDE .
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*' Padded Dash V 2 Speed Electric Wiper 1 V
Low Down Payment
'{ Backup Lamps Windshield Washers y
Oil I Filter Coloi1' Keyed Interior Bank I'Interest' r .
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Seat Belts Cab, Dome Light (
Non Glare Inside Mirror Four Way Hazzard Switch
Brake Warning Light Lane Changer Directional SignalsFully 5 YEAR OR a' i
ERMIE JONES Front and Rear Stocks\ Syncronlzed Transmission 50,000 MILE WARRANTY

Sales Representative .
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1967 BISCAYNE', FAMILY 2-DH. V ''Of' T @( f ()t( ED ROBERTS

SEDAN Used Car Manager

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Including the Following Equipment '. ,., 1966 AMBASSADOR '880, 1965 CHEVROLET IMPALA4Dr.

< master: cylinder brake I Sri r" ,W tidy: s BOOK,VAlOE $1905.00 .
Outside rearvlew mirror Dual : 4-Dr. Bed*.. V-8 En- hardtop V-8 BOOK VALUE $1890.00
Backup dual light .Yllum. gin I, Automatic, ANNIV. DISC. 510.00 Engine, AntematIcs ANNIV. DISC. 390.00S'eerlng
Deluxe fresh air heater Brake faltu-e warning light gi RadioIlduter. Ei-c -, %rPty :---- Radio, Ifeater. Power
Parking brake warning: light Lane change directional signals. + ; Panel'Car. HOW_'.i ...$139500 Drake. POWer 00'
'" NOW $150
Padded douli Folding front seat latches E
Padded sun visor Vinyl headllner' ". ',
exterior l flnUh
Twospeed'eltectric Windshield. washer wipers Fully Bright Magicmirror<< yncronf7d metal hub transmission1 caps. .. A NEW LOW ANNIVERSARY I 1962 .
Foam Peat! belts CTwhlon front front A rear Meal Glovfc Passenger. r compartment guard door lock locks SPECIAL. .,'.PRICE 1, ..O% DOWN. sport coup*, v-8 ftn BOOK VALUE'. 1050.00.' 4-Dr. Sedan V-8 En- BOOK VALUE $905.00
Sent belt retractorsColor Ash trays In rear arm "
keyed wall to wall carpet Crank_operated! ventlpanes $66.94 per month includes KadJo.. HaMtTfOwtr ANNIV. DISC. 250.00 glius. Autoniatlo. ANNIV. DISC.' 250.00
$197950 Steering. ; P 0 tV r' Kadlo. Iloatur. power
nay-night Inside mirror Energy absorbing steering, Life Insurance ,'
switch column Brakes ,lAIr Conditioned. Steering Po Automatic Four-way hazrard Interior: light switch Alf Ftther body standard' festuresCigar -New Taj?-Safes Tax NOW- -'$80000 Br NOW----$645
lighter Freight. Ii

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1959 Chevrolet 4 Door .'. $195.00 1951 Ford 3.4 Pickup . 95.00 DEMONSTRATOR NEVER TITLED DISC. 1200.00YOUR -
Door HT. : 1949 Chevrolet 1.2 Ton Pickup $95.00 Yellow with Black Top 327 V-8 Engine Powerglide.. '
1963 Ford Galaxie 2 $595.0O : Power Steering: Power Brakes Air Cond.,
.- 1959 Ford tow. It Away, -- .39.95". BETTER FOR THIS HURRY ONE Tires.Radio;'Wheel Rear Covers.Antenna, Tinted Windshield,Pushbutton $2 785


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.-_.. I In Circuit Court REGISTRATIONAT SOUTHSIll! :


j Four Teenagers Sentenced To 3 Years first Final grade registration and kindergarten period< for

: children who will attend South-

side Elementary School for the

I 19Q7-68 term will be held Frl-
Four teenagers were scn- up your\ minds that you are all of the State Prison. trial In which wltnesncs had. veHtlgatlon In the case of Carol
I tcnred to three years In prIson I not going to do any ,better" TeHtlmony was also Driven by I been heard and attorneys. had F. Catlr. who changed his pleato I diy: June 18, from 8 a.m. to

In Circuit Court last Thursday In a trial Thursday, William Atlanta, Ga. Police Officer E. made closing arguments. But guilty to a charge of issuing' noon.
A uirth certificate and the
after pleading guilty tocharget Chester Cole was found guiltyof A. Bcntley. the guilty pleas came 'before worthless checks and grand, '
result of a recent physical examination : -
of breaking and entering a escape from the State Prisonon Members of the jury were the Jury left the courtroom to larceny. Catlr gave a bad I II

Hampton service station nnc May 27, 1966. Judge( Adkins I Joe A. Cissy E. D. Tenly, Otis make a decision. I check to Starke Hardware in must be presented
before child be
can registered.
a -
grocery. sentenced Cole already under A. Drawer Gerald Williams. Judge Adkins ordered a pro- exchange for a shotgun. He ;s
Children enrolledin
I They are Wesley D. Willing five life terms to an additional : Bill Haas and L. G. Johns Jr. sentence Investigation.In charged with similar offenses presently
at Southside
ham, 19; Harvey Leon GelgerI : 10 years.Witnesses In the first day of the other cases the judge: in several'' counties, kindergarten
will not have to re-register.
I/17 I ; Timothy Wayne Ktrchalne for the state wereC. Spring Term, June 7. Purvis Postponed, the trial of Eugene Jesse Dean withdrew a pica

j t ,' 16. and Richard Klrchalne ITI L. Hare H. E. Jones J. M. Grlffis pleaded guilty to two Brazil!, charged with six .if not guilty to a charge of Parents are reminded that
--h the freedom of choice form
------ ------ .. -'------- --
---" --- ---- --- ------ I Judge J. C. Adklns' decision Knowlea C. L. Murphy Lt. of three counts In a moonshine' counts of assault by a state murder and pleaded guilty to

Included the recommendation, Marcus Conner. Lt. Vernon case. He changed his plea to prisoner with a deadly weapon. a leaser charge of aggravated docs to take the place of the

Forty & Eight Install Officers I' because of the youths' ages Reddish, and L. H. Carmichael, guilty only after a day-long ---Ordered a pre-sentence in- assault. registration form.

that the sentences! be servedIn !I

'oItUI't 1388, Forty und Right (the Tint and honor wirlcty of thn Anu'rlrmt the Apalachee Correctional ,, '
; -rT'
I. *glon), InHtallrd officer at their monthly mwtlnR Tliurniluy, Juno 8; at thn Briind. Institution of the Division of ;: w1:2: 4..
lug Iron. Corrections
The tour were charged with
At the Installation and dinner were (front row. l-r): S. T. BoxemnnV.. C
breaking Into Guy HarreU'aphUliplI
Ithndt-n, John Grew, Ben Suslow, A. Y. Coving ton. In rcnrt A. Z. AdkliiH Jr., Dwight/ 66 service station anf*

SullUiui, Al CroNby, Judge Ira Carter, Dick Moorhoim. 0. J. Schaefer Edward grocery in Hampton on Satur

Dionne, Robert Jordan and Roy Petti for". day. May 13. They were arrested ............__.__".'.,- ... '. '"" ,. .. ......, -.. ,-, ,,, .. ,, ,., ',' '- '
In Panama L""" """ '''Zl' ::,,1"110: ;J'.fa. 1" J." ; : U ''f'?; ',1"J' J."Je: ; : :/ll' ; :; :";" ,"T'.<1t\.w: :
Forty .t Eight support.* veteran. programs. and taken an active Intercut. In City Sunday

Nnnnxorlng. / miming1/ rholar..lilp) .* and child H el fane, programs.. Memlx, of tho Vultureare May 14, when officers stopped EXP )R1ENCID!: WAITRESS DID YOU KNOW It's easy to FOR SALE 11 acres on 'State CARL BEGGS

from Bradford and Alocliun Counties.. them on suspicion and found wanted. Apply In person at own a Lon&champ, Home ? Better Road No. 100. Call 964-7666..
$12.14 In change along with a the Garden Restaurant tfchg built for Florida living Stchg Gulf ServiceUSED

quantity of groceries. Your plans or ours. Your lot FARTS
Judge Adklns noted that FOR SALE: 1 Black & Decker or ours. Contact Buford Mit- FOR SALE or lease Large
each of the youths had been valve machine and hard-sot chell 964-6833 P.O. 3 bedroom frame house, cprner Top Price* for Wrecked Can
phone Box
Tenvillegar Cops I convicted' of and $250. Also' 24 Hour Wrecker Service
I breaking grinder Price gar. 238. Starke. tfchg lot. Fenced back yard new
', entering previously and had age for rent: business or storage roof. 746 S. Westmoreland St Fuel Oil -

caused disturbances when heldIn Call after S p.m. week- I WALL LOCKERS, metal. Good I or phone 964-6575. tfchg AAA 'S" II Green Stump

Jax Golf TitleClyde jail. He termed it hopeless days; all day Sat. and Sun. 'Condition $5 each. See at Clt- Hwy. 301 N. Walda
to maintain control over the Phone 9647039Ira W. Alien go Station Starke4tp 6-22 FOR SALE 3 Bedroom 3 bath, 44)81008LACY)

i youths In any other manner. N. Alton Road Starke. I I'/a': stories, CB house on Rat-

Terwlllegar, local Ford In a hearing In County Courton 4tp 6-22 I PUBLIC NOTICE ford Road Call Rudolph-Hut-

dealer and avid golfer, won .May 18, when the youths FREIGHT SALVAGE. cheson, 964.7966 after 5:00. CONWAY

the championship of the second were transferred to Circuit 3 ZIG ZAG SEWING MA- 6-13 3tcilg. FLYING: SERVICE z.' ....r1o A1.oJIJ ati. mouse on

annual Seminole Club Golf Court Judge T. A. Yawn told CHINES BRAND NEW --- FLIGHT INSTRUCTION. Airplane nice lot, 3200. Needs some

Classic at the University' them: i scratched In shipment. Orlg. HASTINGS MATTRESS rentals. Greyhound Bus repairs 401 Alton Rd. Financed

Country Club course In Jack- I' "I certainly regret the situation guarantee. Makes buttonholes & UPHOLSTERY, WORKS Charter. Keep your party together call. Oran,.. Park 264-6948.
sews on buttons etc. DOES charter a bus. Phone
)3onville) last week.
you've gotten yourselvesInto 710 Lemon St. Palatka tfchg
THE WORKS. Sacrifice for 964-6090./ ttchcAppRAISAI..S
A three handicapper memo but I don't think any Furniture Repaired
her Terwlllegar was playing InhIli purpose would be served by $59. or pay off at $3. per. Upholstered & Refinished LOSE WEIGHT safely with
:) i first tournament held by continuing you In Juvenile month. Call Jacksonville COL--; AND Uex-A-Dlet Tablets. ONLY 98a

the Seminole Club. He was low Court. We've worked with all LECT 333-1946 Anytime. Ask MATTRESSES REBUILT CONFIDENTIALINFORMATION at Mitchell Drugi.' 8tp 6/22

;gross and claimed the champ- of you 'before and some of you PAINTSSupplies for Warehouse. Will deliver, New Innersprings
no obligation. 4tchR; 6-22 and Box Springs and USED VACUUM cleaners reconditioned -
,ionship with a 76. quite a long time. Concerning: property prop-
Trrwlllegar Is three( time "You have not permitted us Drop Us A Curt or Call erty values In Florida Property $15 up. 10 different

champion of the Starke Golf Schaefer It Department to succeed In these matters I I Situation Wanted: BHS grad PALATKA EA 5-9166 Over thirty years experience name brands to chooae from.
Congutulutloni Chef le jure C. J. the ; _. uate wants summer full or Parts it excellent repairs alt
and Country Club annual tour" and Jt have made MRS. PEGGY SMALLER In Deal Estate matters :
appears you
of IForlda Louder, Grand Chef I>e Gate KdnardDlonne ; part-time job. Has typing, makes. KIRBY SALES &
lament. 209 and Active Real Estate
;) E. Adklnn St. '
from Plnncllas Park.Cancer shorthand filing and clerking Stand, Agent I Broker since 1953 A. J. SERVICE 712 N. Main Games-
I experience. Phone 9 &-7608.
Southern DiscountTakes Pest Control 0-3. I Thomas, Realtor Tel. 964-5701. villa 376-7110. tfchg

Schedule: FOR SALK BRICK HOUSE FOR RENT furnished 1

2nd PlaceIn r-- I Thura, June 15 Register : : ready for occupancy. 3 bedroom REDUCED: FROM 9100 TO bedroom cottage. Large living

'IS vs Garden 7:30.: Noegel vs l'/a bath. Located just
Bantam LeagueSouthern Lfw!: room and kitchen, tile bath,
$70 MO.
Pest Control, 9. )utside of city limits In Pine- fe.Rancher private driveway. Near school
I- Tues.. June 20 NEW ONE BEDROOM ;
Discount and / Garden breeze. Small down payment $60 mo. Renner Apta. 383 W.

BPOE went into Monday's] vs Noegul 7:30.: Register vs Easy monthly terms. Long- FURNISHED I"Woifer* Washington. Call 961-6279 or
Pest Control, 9. l ; Const. Co. Contact, Bu
Bantam League baseball game I champ I APTS. 964- 277. tfchg
tied for second place and ford Mitchell Phone 964-6853 GARDEN .Wiisarplh
when the game ended the Discount Post 56 Drops P. O Box 238, Starke. tfrhg AIR CONDITION '
boys held second place I Wanted
3-2 DecisionTo NEXT TO n.II.S ON :
and set their sights for league CLAMCII'uIu' : Alt -

leaders- Gainesville p It \TI.s! WASHINGTON ST. g= MALE

Eddie< Hazen hurled a shut. l'p too IS vronlK ___ .1.04)Jueh
out and a 3-hltter as Southern American Legion Post 58\ Call
: vtoril ur IS ..ttTK Woods Foreman familiar -
,: I I ----
opened Its
season by
'beat the Elks 7-0. Jeff' McRae
and Terry Gaines led Southerna 'I Oulnesvllle at the local Diamond :..lrn rhnrcr If not MR.\ MASON with Cypress logging

9-hlt affair, each getting Tuesday< n. ght and was paid. In mlvamc.aB: care of Ernest Tew to operate woods '

2 safeties. Bob Dyal hit an- edged by one run, 3-2. The !tIEMORI.\I./I./ RKHOL.I: TIOVSeut equipment and crew. i''

other over the fence, his fifth boys gave every Indication that S per fs4, Realty, 'Inc. i I Substantial income. t

of ,the year. fans ,.]'iay look for winningWO'II CARD OP 'Vll'RM! Strtrl, (
4l to come In the HO. ,..,,11.. ov IcHH ------.50: Gainesville Ph. 376-6161 "
neat Write "D Drawer A '
In last
Thursday's games MAKE RES1RVATIE Kark word o..r 6O .'''' .

Police Department gained Its games./la Tuesday's game the local NOW for Fall Term Mama 290 N. W. 1.1th St. Starke, Fla. 1
second half with a 7-1 defeat
of the Elks, and Southern Dls boys outhlt their opponent 6-4 Priest Kindergarten and Day UNDERWATERWEED I
Drive Award
j but couldn't buncn the hits Care Center. Call 964-7234.: I
whipped Lawtry 10-1 I '
Lester Olive hurled a 3-hlt together Gainesville took a 6-8 Stchg 727WAITRESSES CUTTING HOUSE and lot for sale two

trr for the Police, while Kent Cancer DrIP (Chairman Lillian Stump receive, u plaque' second. inning lead of 1-0, wll! All! Types ONE STOP I FOR_h_ .._'" By week" 2 bed blocks from courthouse $1095

Graudon Elks' pitcher. was from Nell liiKK", field. repreNentnfUe for the FJorldur I>|.VMOIIit |. which held until Post 06 tieo : wanted room air conditioned cottage 00 cash. 207 Alvarez St., 1/4

'cored for 8 hits. Eddie Bla. fthe American t'nnrrr Society for: her leadership lit. helping it up in the bottom of the fifth consider teaching Jacks inexperienced Restauiant.- Bulldozer & I I on Crystal Lake. Call Mrs. block south of Center St. Call

:3pck, Ricky Gelger and David os (Charles Howell singled ana girls. MASONRYMATERIALS I I.. K. Whitehead 473-4308, Keystone Hts.
Alvarea were 2 for 3 for the Bradford raise $3,013 In the Cancer Drlv Bradford 'wnV, the scored when Paul McLeod .301 South Starke. 2tp 6-16 Drag Line Work i 1 9646312.tfchg 2tp 6-16 I

fifth county In the state to break Its quota, which Wds I\I\ .JOO. doubled. _
winners J. C. Gardner
while Doug McKlnney SALES HELP WANTED
Gainesville tallied twice more \ INSURANCEAT HOUSE for rent. 3 bedrooms,
a homerun. Kent Grau.
I !
'ton was 2 for 3 for ,the Elks. ings before Danny Thomas In the sixth Starke scored 1 must be bondable chauffeur PHONE 904-7720 REDUCED RATES : furnished all electric kitchen,
docked a double. Rob Dyal and I kept its record intact by and after 6 Innings the score license, age 21 thru 60, for AUTO. FIRF BOAT 2 acres land on hardroad. Inquire -
In the Dlscount-Lawtey 13-2. 3-2 'wholesale fishing tackle anr FOR RENT Unfurnished, Ready Mix: Concrete, Concrete DOYLE K.
Carl Rlhcrd paved Discount trouncing Register was and neither could push CONNER at Lavender's Gift Shopon
"JJrtme, Eddie Hazcn had a nobitter. : sporting goods. Must have two BR house outside city .
Shook Rock
offense, getting 7 hits between The league leaders came up another run over. Sand INSURANCE: road 100, 9 miles west' of
going almost five inn- them. with 8 big runs In the first C. Howell and P. McLeod some direct sales experience furnished apartments in Cement, Mortar Steel, Oyster AOENCtfcbg 0tnrke. tfchgCOMER'S

/" Standings: : Police Dept.. 3-0: Inning! and scored( j 5 more. In hurled< for Statke while Small. Call 173-4318, or 47.3-4181 Keystone Starke._ H. Nollman. tf chg !Shell! Umerock. Roof

Southern Discount, 2-1; BI'OE, the fourth to wrap it up.Norgel's and Sheffield split Gainesville Hts. for appointment RETIRED COUPLE or single Gravel, Preoaat' IJnteJs and LAKEVIEW
NEW MOBILE homes Chick-
1-2; Lawtey, 0-3. had 17 base hits en- mound duties. 2tp 6-11' person. FREE RENT In exhange Window Sill. Everythingfor BEACH & COTTAGES -
12 Wides. Schedule: 'route to the one.slded'vlctory. Starke will host Jasper In an for light duties. Write Masonry' (Constroetlon. I asha 20' A: 24' wide, Buddy. Spend the day with your family
SALE 2 ,
FOR stud horses Clemson, Layton Travel Trail-
Thurs., June 15 Elks vs ; with Sapp and Bagwell going 8 p.m. contest here Saturday Box 686. Keystone Heights on. Santa Fe Lake. Parking
1-1 old red col. Azalea
Liberty Taylor,
Lawley 5 Police vs Discount 3 for 3. June 17, and will go to rumtktt year Fla. 32656. tf-chg ANNOUNCINGA ers. $1.00 per car. Swim, picnic
Custom p.m. 1-2 8 old black sell bank financing. -
Made or; year mo. buy, trade. Year
6:30. i In the other game played Tuesday, June 20. free. Cottages by the week.
: with blaze and sock I Trailer Mal.t.Ine.
For Florida Living Mon., June 19 Discount I Tuesday night, Cardan Restaurant SILVER SAN I LAKE Buckeye Ph. 468-1129 Maude Comer
Shown by appointment only 8678 Roosevelt Blvd.
Get Move v< Lawtey, 3 p.m. Police vs scored an easy 11-2 victory Starke Builders Call 4734311or 473-4181 I Pest Control. Malloy
YOU Elks 6:30.Noegel: over GATOR; HONE LAKE 'I
atone Ills Also 1 A.K.C.
with 3 hits and reft FOR SALE -- 1 bedroom
For Your S $ and Terrell Leads Powder Puff $3,275 in $3.300: atKeystone I
latered German female
Ha/en' 4 for 4 paced the Shepard ToolsArea trailer, 8 x 35.' Westmoreland
Unbeaten :3 I old. 6-K EASY TERMS HeightsFor Myers Power
No Salaried or Commissioned Garden's IS-hit attack.In ... Starke Builders Supply I I yrs. 2tp. Trailer Park. Ph. 96.188iJ7.ttchg

EmployeesDAD Scores 1 3-2 Win last Thursday's": .games reached top billing In the MALE HELP wanted high) See S. E. McKay i Better Service To Lawnmower Headquarters Power For Tools
> -
& BRAD LARSEN Over Register Noegel edged Garden 'Restau- Powder Puff Softball Leagueby school education or mechanics Keystone" Height. I. That Area. I MtCullorh Chain Saws FOR RENT 2 bedroom
rant 13-12, and Register>OJl edging Jackson Building Phones: 473-481 ,
ability required. Apply In.
per Water modern house Will be vacant
TO WORK Nocgel's Auto Sales and: won over Pest Control, '8-7./. 3-0 Supplies 17-15 Tuesday< night.A son at Big Dad ManufacturerCo. 473-4740 or 473-4133 We Will Not Be : .* A : Stratton Engine July 1. See bv appointmentonly.

Register Oil both undefeated' Standings: Noegel's. ; change In schedule will office between 7:30: a.m. Undersold.
YOU Benefit! Gardf"n2 LISTEN! AT THIS I Rgntals Sales Service 1021 Palm St. Ph. 964-
In the Men's League flint half Register: ; 2-1; see Tuesday games switched and 4:13: p.m. 2tchg 6-16 11 230 N.E. 16th Ave. 6474. 3tp 6-22
to Monday starting June 19. can sell you a good three I .
met Tuesday< night and Noegel -
Gainesville 876-3411
AU Sizes Jn Display I Schedule: Thura.. Juno 13, FOR RF..NTI( 2 Bedroom blool :bedroom CB house tile bath I Bradford I tfchg No. 503 64 Acres farm, 2 bedroom -
Baldwin vs Starke Builders. house (unfurnished) at 62- -ixrport. lots of closet room and
."At&ot "t.\M&1i frame home. 45 acres Improved -
8-JO-12 Wide I .
:i! :' I Manday", June 19, Jackson vs Epperson St. Phone' 061-521! itllUy. hot water and snace' Fenced and
1 Va Baths heaters paved street. I1OO.OO i ANTIQUES FOR. SALE at pasture.
Baldwin. Thurs., June 22, tf-ohj
and Expandable 1f.11'Have \ Starke Builders vs Baldwin.< lonvn small closing cost! and EngineeringCo. I Quigley Museum. Open dally cross fenced. Many out-build-
t' 8 SEALED, BIDS monthly' payments like rent. East Madison St.. Staike. t' ings. Only 17800.
Mel FAll games (
p.m. I
You No.: 528 Comer lot 130'::> by
t 'rb A.. J., Thomas, Realtor. Tel
; Will revived ; ; :
:New and Used be up to Frl 3 BEDROOM !house unfinished. 100'*. 3 bedrooms CBS home.
: Night, June, 9, for 2 house OB4-3701. 8 Shaded Pecan trees.
% acres strawberry land /i: by large

8Yr. financing available BILL POWELL VW Wagon Flins, ,and adjnceruk barn to East Drive-In side U.S.Theatre 801 1959 English: Ford for sale: Phone Starkt mile'from city limits. U.900.00 Surrounded by Azaleas. Small
down Total price
t223. Runs good. Phone 782., Ph. 61-68O1., 3tchg payment.
Price to Inchirle clean of !
Use Our Rental-Pur .I''Ii 4 site. A.r.: Thomas RealtorTel. 1068. 3tp 6-22: 964-5403 18.900.
chase Escape Injury TUTORS:: Two; certified teachers For homes,' farms ranches,
PlanPaymentsUnder 064-3701 ?MAN or couple to live In with!;I I available this summer for acreage business and retirement -
$50 Per Month elderly Call 964-6834 Keystone Ready call: '
HOUSES: TO RENTClose person. private or small group tutoring homes give us a
A 1967 Volkswagen station 3tchg 6-2! Mix: ,I In Cath' and English. Call STROUT REALTY

he could be just as important to you as your wagon ran off SR-16 and turn- up Town and very nice Keystone 964-6952:! or 964-6152. tf-chg 2117 :.. Temple Ave., Starke,

NOtE' doctor or lawyer because! he represents Nation- ed over causing $500 damageto Adults or small families pre WAITRESS wanted apply,| Fla. ((904)) 9646609.. '
ferred. No pets. A. J. Thomas it Home's Restaurant or Call 4734285FOR
wide Insurance the company with new Ideas fora the vehicle all but its four occupants Realtor. Tel. 964-5701. 7H2-9827 2tch r 6-22 WILL babysit In my home FURNISHED laigel bedroom

new A trained insurance expert his business escaped injury weekdays. I am a housewife
era. !;'" cottage. Air conditioned modern -
Mobile Home SitesAVAILABLE is ideas Monday afternoon. For $1.33000: I can. put you In FOR RENT Furnished 2 with 3 children of my own and
bringing; you new to answer your family's The wagon. was driven by RENT Two-Bedroom private parking. near
bedroom house. Mr E. I reliable. I home In
possession of perhaps the J. am own
changing need. I'ut his name in your address book Mildred Spivey Kit by, 40, of furnished or unfurnished school. Renner Apt., 383 W.
cleanest ,house In Starke and Dowllngr, 370 W. Call St. Phone city Hits close to town. Con
and call him soon. Lake City and she had three 9A4-3884. Itn house 762 N. Walnut St. Call tact Elizabeth Halpin, 93:'. Washington. 964-6279 or 964-
Full Lake Privileges best located. Want me to prove) 6277. tfchg
aged 10 14 and 17. 064-7444 or 964-B070. ltp
passengers Euclid St. east off Alton Rd
I : iti? If so call A. J. Thomas, ,
Homestead Exempt- PHONE 961-6161 According to the Florida LOST Large Sealpolnt female -
2tp 6-16 TRAILER lot for rent extra
I Realtor. Tel. 964-8701. -
Financing i 401 West Madison Street 'Highway Patrol the VW was Siamese short kinked FOR RENT 1 &: 2 bedroom' large all facilities. Call 0647623 -

Starke, Florida traveling west on SR-18 about GOING out of business July I tall wearing green flea collar I trailers. Can ''be moved on your FOR RENT 3 room apartment ltV
: 3:40: p.m. Monday six-tenths First. Customers notified pick name "Jade". Phone 964-3321.:!: own lot. Have 2 In town set with private bath -
Lake Geneva of a mile east of up. 1. B. White. Phone 964.
Starke. It
up shoe repairs Court Shoe Re Up central heat. 204 W. Adkins OUR REGULAR MONTHLY
ran off the right aide of the pair. '3tp 6-29 8111. 2tchg622 St. HORSE -AND' PONY BALK
: 5la\ ACRES
more or less good
Trailer Sales road rolled over one time and strawberry land fruit tree. FOR RENT On. 2 'bed- Sat., June 17 at 1 p.m.

came to rest In an upright ANYONE! having Any know- Pecans. See me on 21 North room trailer. Westmoreland HOUSE FOR SALE Law- Come to Buy or Sell

'OB Route 100, On. Mile Si. I position.No i I ledge of burial place of off Keystone Heights fruit Trailer Park. Phone 964-6857. tey. Frame house 1800 square ,Jacksonville Livestock

Keystone' ....,,Mil I charges were filed. j FRANCIS N. ANDREU who stand. Mrs. Dority. ltp Itchg feet with central heat & air Company

Open Sun. & Evening died September 1, 1857 at conditioning. 3 bedrooms family 781.4677, Whltehouse. Fla.

I 5tlMd.' l Mututfl lnsur nc. Company'Nationwide, Mutual'. Fin.'Inturftnct Company '1fd.'I'.L aq.L Sampson Pond 11*. Please FOR SALE Fresh corn 35cdoz. TWO LADIES want ride to U room, living room, dining
_:_. F Nationwide Lilt,' Iniurano Company .home odicn" Columbia Onto '.a SIUM' flg tais| (HV ....,,' ::.1 contact Mrs. N. Box.462 J ; Call for order. L. M. Norman of F. Gainesville 0 days week. room carpeting included. Adjustable Vinyl Book

-... JJOOS IUIA ill..nfPV. /,,Rt. 1, Melrose, Fla. Any Information Jr. Ph. 964-7839 or 782- lohnle Hansen 468-1706., Large garage. Call 782-3450 or I'Covers.' .. All sixes 30 cents ea.

will bo appreciated lip :''I'lP.t. ltchg 3tCha fl-'I:? ) 981-7336. Uchjr. 'at t The Telerntph.


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,. '. ._. 1 F THIS lS A Today's Homemakers

By Martha Sue :McCain
ROCK-ROLL, CRITICS County Extension rr
!; NoTHAKKS aI ;'l Dear Gene: Home Economics Agent ,
Your article In the last issue

of The Bradford County Tele- I.
graph concerning the rock-roll
bands and the blr s In Starke HOW TO GLAZE CARROTS room temperature than when

was very interesting, to say Carrots are nutritious and first taken from refrt':.eratoi
1 nothing about the ones on the In most markets prices are For best results! whip e'

same topic that appeared In more reasonable than In past whites until they are stiff, bus

the Gainesville Sun and Flor- months. They make a colorful not dry. When whites are "'.

t ida Tunes-Union newspapers garnish raw or cooked. Serve their "peak," they stand m

I too would much rather! hear them frequently for color and peaks, moist an;} glossy

the birds singing outside my flavor appeal. When combining egg! white
window rather than the rock- Scrape or peel carrots. Cut with other Ingredients use a

roll bands. However, let ma Into strips quarters or circles, folding, not a stirring motion
hasten to say that I would and precook until almost Mix only] enough to blend ingredients -
much rather listen tr the done. For six servings, /6 cup wellFRt'ITED \)

Jlei rock--roll bands and their each, you will need about 3 SHRIMP: SALAD

/ -- -- Il ..Y1&S turned -up-ampllflers than a cups cut precooked carrots Here's! a main dish'! salad
-y. t wee-hour morning party, or a In a heavy fry pan over low that Is rich in protein and

Old Fashioned Gratitude Still ExistsIt .f. family discussion that can go heat blend 2 tablespoons but- low In calories/ This unusual
\ ,: on and on. hammer and buzz ter or margarine with 1'4': cur n salad was developed by USDA

& saw, until late hours at night.I brown sugar and: 1 tablespoon food specialists and Is plan-

i in refreshing to know that own packing and grading, and can turn off the, lock-roll water. Add precooked. ned to provide! 8 servings of

there are still some people left in take pride in putting up a good, band:! and their turned up am- carrots. three-fourths cup each! Two
Cook ,
low heat turn-
'ptimers at 9:30: m., but the over
p. cupe shrimp, peeled.
the world who know how to standard pack "The buyers know
say Inn carrots several times until
other I
can't turn off at 9:30: and cleaned. 1 1'% cups pine-
"thank you" instead of "gimme." they are getting good quality (k ; and still get my rest unless! I syrup is very thick, carrotsare apple chunks, drained. 1 cup

Such a couple is Mr. and Mrs. when they see our name on every __ 'fltR call the police or swear out a tender, and look glazed orange sections drained "i cup

Jim Newsom of Heilbronn Springs, crate we sell," Mrs. Newsomesays. 'warrant for the Individuals involved takes :5 I to 10 minuted. Keep celery thinly sliced 1'4' cup

whose praise of the nowinprogress and I have a little low heat to prevent scorching1- mild French dressing! r< tome
more background breeding VARIATION: If you like or low-calorie 1 bunch endive
Water Oak Creek drainage The Water Oak Creek drainage c 1 ,
than to take such I ftweet-flour combinations sub-
measures shrimp, pineapple
project must sound like sweet work is a joint project being car-
'would like to ask you, which one tablespoon cf lemon chunks orange sections: and
music to the ears of County Commissioners ried on by the Bradford County Is the worse of the two evils? juice for the water in this celery. Add French -Iresslni

and directors of the Commission and the Mosquito I don't feel that the City recipe If a more tart .daze is and mix!' Ufihtly Chill Serve

Mosquito Control program. Control Program. It has been + Council was quite fair in that preferred Increase lemon juice on endive '

Mrs. Newsom appeared at The under way several years, and has ..cMY they heard only one side of to suit your taste. Note: For y rnp! of cooked:

Telegraph office Tuesday with made fine progress so far this +i t Y 4. 'J the story I have always: been ABOUT In chiffon CHIFFON desserts DESERTS peeled cleaned shrimp you will

this photograph of herself and year due to prolonged dry weather S : C S d' .Sty at taught least a hear true both democracy sides of will a whites act as an aerator, : they egg need about 1 114| pounds'ot

husband in their beautiful field since February. The drought has I 1 story before passing judgmenton (help Increase the volume and raw shrimp In shells or two

of black-eyed crowder peas and made it possible to work in places : a case. make texture light. If you shrimp.rs-ounce] cans of canned

said she wanted to put a piece in that are sometimes not accessiblein Our youth have a difficult want a light, fluffy chiffon
: calories per serving-. : About
dessert, how do aboutIt
for wet time comformlng to the you 20
the paper thanking the County a season. / mor- ? 145 with regular French dressing -
the Wateroak drainage work. The improvement project start- als of our society Too often
Air : 115 with low calorie
must be beaten Into the
"It's the first time we've been ed just west'of U.S. 301 south of k w they are referred to as Juve- egg whites and retained in dressing-
nile delinquents when this
able to maV; a decent crpp on the Lawtey, and has continued on Bands Versus Birds terminology is befitting only a preparation of the product. Menu Suggestion: Serve

place in the twelve years we've beyond Heilbronn Springs. The 'few. The other youngsters are Egg whites whip more easily with brown bread a beverage

been there," Mrs. Newsom said. draglines are now working in an >darn good in comparison tt> and give greater volume at and baked custard

So unusual was her request area not far from the Baylesa! FARMER'SIt DIARYwhere the youth In other cities. Each

that we decided to put the "piece"in Highway, and the project will time they make an effort to Clerk Robert Dtlggers to
reply are the now owners and -
until New River is conform to the wishes of the opera
editorial column evidence
our as outlining efforts the board
: ( of the Dixie Motel here,
looks though there has cat would lose adults of
as even a our society they are
that the old-fashioned of eventually reached. has made to provide
Virtue hospital having filed articles of agrp'e.mC'nt
been a change in the weather his way. met with such statements as! ,
Those in charge of the work facilities for the ,
gratitude is not quite dead. pattern, as showers /are becoming "They are an obstreperous county for thepurchase from
County Commissioners are usedto have praised the cooperation that an almost dally oc- The, Starke Garden Club has nuisance." or something that Drlggers/ said later that the Dixie of Starke, Inc.' :," Al Sap-'

getting complaints at 'almost has been received from Florida curance and before long we suggested: that people in Brad- !2 feel even worse, "I threat- Commission has held meetings penfield president. on June 6.

every meeting on everything from Gas Co., which has already low- may be complaining about too ford County plant a lot of a ened to shoot these people" Tallahassee with hospital and authorities Jacksonville In in For,the present, Mr. Hughes I

drainage ditches to chicken house ered .gas lines so the work could much water ,around. Seems 'particular shrub such as (Statements like this certainlydo an effort (ito comply with the will continue with his farming ,

roads, but we bet this J ja the, first progress, and American Telephone like It is alway either too wet +a crepe myrtle so that this area not pull them the way we requirements, and that some and logging Interest In I
or ''too dry too hot or too cold. could present a more striking would like for them to go, but
instance & Telegraph which will soon lower of the clef lolenc Ion. have already -
in time ,
a long that) anyone when really the climate here is appearance to visitors. It given them the feeling: of : Orangeburg, although'epending!
has gone out pf the way, to its cable for the same purpose. about as good as anyone could eeems to be an excellent suggestion "Who cares?:;; I feel that the been corrected or are in considerable & Jn Starke

thank them for a project. The Water 'Oak drainage projectwill ask for. as the crepe myrtle city of Stark owes the youth process He said now.a local bill has been ,., 'lrs.'I-ughee; will( !be active In
do much to improve the farm- well around here, It flow;
The industrious Mrs. Newsom does' moitkanlcthey> are Riving advertised providing for A hospital 'the' management of the motel.
and her husband, who also holds ing potential of a section that has And speaking of water. the By Sam McGanreypop ers over a long period and a the toe of their shoe. Insteadwe board s to operate ,the l located on" N. Temple Avenue

i k down job with the Road some of the finest..soil, In Brad- Bradford County Cpmrnbudon number .of colors," are available ,- should try,to .help those facility .. ., -"' :
a State E Is asking the.legislative (Delegation up there: #* :?I !:. -. who,want to be helped. Where r 'P 1JIti! n.t&..& stamps! attached -
"forclCounfy Eefore'the': drainage King Memorial is county-
Department, couid'give us lessons \ ,
to the agreement indicate a
: for a local act, which else can a rock-roll band
owned but )
\ in a few other old-fashioned vir- work started, however, many would enable the county to They sprouted up all over Our favorite one has a deep 'practice other than the homesof Pr.; George privately Bollen..operatedby and his vale price of $122,000,, for tho

tues for instance, the benefitsof strawberry growers had become apply for the creation of a the field we 'had in strawberries red. bloom. We're told that if the parents who are Interested wife; Elizabeth. The !license/ laIn 20-unlC moteL i

thrift and hard work. discouraged icy seeing crop after watershed here, with the assistance but the pines got going you cut off the flowers before in where their child Island 'the name of Dr. Bollcs and

Before the Water Oak drainage crop flooded out by the spring of the Soil Conserva- there, too. and now the pinesare they wither, that the bush will what he is doing? if not renewed by July 1, the STORY HOUR

work, they lost two or three rains. Now, apparently, that tion Servian. The act U mere above the myrtles and send out a new crop. In any Should 'Mr. Gibson and facility will have to dose It
strawberry and several threat is almost over, and farmerscan ly permissive Implementation they will win out by reason of event It Is a very pretty flow- others like him find this type was aald.Dixie AT THE: LIBRARY
crops of the project will be sub- greater height But in the ering shrub and we wonder of music [if one can call It '
plantings of cucumbers and other return to growing crops with- ject to approval of the votersIn ,meantime, that old field has why more are not planted. music] so distracting, and the Story Hour will be held at

vegetables due to flooding. But out fear of such losses. the area Involved.Fishermen been turned Into a dense place boys an obstreperous nuisanceand Motel the Public Library from 330'; (

; this year they have already sold The success story ot Mr. and S M Mr. Gibson I feel sure Has New Owners to 4:15: p. m. Thursday. "A

$400 worth of cukes from their Mrs. Newsom indicates that the are active these is an expert in his form of Little From Here. A Little

16-row planting They have been practice of "small time farming" I v I days. Last Saturday a trio SUMMER PROGRAM SUMMARYFor music why doesn't he offer From OrangeburgGary From There" will be the

averaging $2 crate for culls isn't entirely dead in Bradford 6 I from Lawtey caught seven his services to he various theme and Miss Darlene Huff
) per BHS And RJE High Schools G. and Blanch A !
he Instruct
whopping striped bass in : groups of rock-roll and -
$3 for fancies, and $4 for pickles. County at least for those who Oklawaha River ranging in : them In the proper pro- Hughes, of Orangeburg, S Cn will be stoiyteller.
aren't afraid of a little hard work Following Is a of Foods and Nutrition starts 8
They have five acres of crowder peas: which have been bringing and who will establish a reputa- Usually, taking a picture of x programs offered by Bradfordand a. m. Clothing Construction Instruments? I am sure they ...-.

an average of $3 per crate. Their tion like the Newsoms of fisherman and his catch Is a RJE High Schools In the 10 a. m Both dally June 19- would appreciate his services!

; only trouble (a complaint often selling good produce. tricky business, as If the fl..-hare summer program: August 1. Mrs. Maxine Gibson In conclusion, I would like Snr +
Swimming Consumable
Instructional: and Mrs. Rosa Taylor.
small, you have to get up] to say that I have always
heard among farmers) is getting "I'll bring a mess of 2- No
I you peas, close so the fish can be seen. f IKlngsleyl) Grades materials fee $2. been taught to clean debris r +
help to pick them. if you like them," Mrs. Newsom In this case a 22-I bas 12, first shift 8-11)f) a. m., second credit. from my own back door andI

Mrs. Newsom attributes the said as she departed.We looks like a whale and thereto shift (IStarke Elementary) +- Outdoor Biology! [Grades would have less time to try
for their do and 0:30-11:30: : a. m Stalls Tuesday 7-121: Room 4 "B" Building
good the
price they get pro- certainly we hope no trouble. and clean the debris ficm -
) June 20. Ends August 1, [tBHS) J W. Shiner. Consumable -
back door of others. I would
duce to the fact that they do their she doesn't forget. r
Students must. be registered materials fee $1. Credit
Highway safety experts hava like to commend the police
with Mike Sexton f rstitke Elementary for 60 hours. If desired. Registration -
"llghtson"campaign department for their under-
come up' with a
.) No: charge.Iri'tiuctlonal : fee for credit '2.
nature in matters of
I over holiday periods
Why The Israelis Won to make drivers aware of swlmmin Classes dally, Jane 19-August this

the dangers of traffic ac'-l- f Magnolia] : Grades 2-12. 1. type.Sincerely yours,

From the Arab point of view, policy of their country while dents. But accldens alonj Leave frrm Anders Jr. HI 8 -Modern Math [Grades 7- Charlie. Cowen. pa"ent of
a. m.; leave from RJE 3:30: a. 8-91] : Room 11, A-Bulldlng
In of the rock-roll
the happenings of the few forces at the Temple Avenue in Starke, one players.
enemy knocker m Return to Starke approximately [BH31. Classes! 8:30: to 10 a.
days have been described as the gates. "The Israelis have behaved which utility poles "Unhts-out.are 12:10:: Starts June 20. m. ally.? June 19August 1-

most humiliating of the past half- like men ; and, like men, they have down Recently result a pole In In front of ends Auirust'l. Students must No ,credit. Warney Atkinson. 181 : Resrlccd )license requiredIn

century. won again." Dick Thomas's service station b> rr71'teredwith p. C. Anderson Classes limited to 25 students) advance. Classwork In t ts
tHJEI Material fee of each. Room 18 Of A-Bulkllng [IBHSI I
From the standpoint of the In their amazing victory, the was knocked down, and powerwas ; ',
dally at 12:30
June 19-
60c. Basketball (Grades 7-8- : p. m.
Israelis the events have disrupted In a wide area' '
proved Israelis have demonstrated that
80 Developmental' Beading 91 : mrs gym, 1:30: to 4:30: p. Aug 1. Mr.. Walker Behind-
that history does repeat, and their love of country and patriotism for several hours! Then, [Elementary I Grades J-5. for m:, June- 19-August Coach the-wheel by appointmentwith

; quick victory over their enemies though sometimes scorned by the hours later broken the down replacementpole In another >atudtnts who. :are ,below grade Mike Sexton. Mr. Bradley and Mr,

; is: the latest in a chain of triumphs beatniks and the peaceniks ia was accident at the ,,some 'level .reading') :, Small classes -Algebra I [rOrades 10-121 : Griffith. 'afternoonsLake .

over large numbers, going back to not dead,.after all, and will bring spot: : for J p'ne-)14tm) ''sesslpns! at Room 10 A-Building IBHS1 aY
Biblical times., ultimate 'victory 'to' the country Starke }Elementary1": \ ," and RJE!: .8 to 10:30: a. m. dally June 19 'ButlerHospital
: ,
High'It* 4i3ap'Tfl.ContactMrs 1, Mrs. Carolyn von
ColumnistVilIiam S. Whitesaw Incidentally.the latest'traf- ; : ,
that it in largest '
possesses pro- '
in the Israeli victory the vin- portion. fie count bY the Slip; shows -' .,' ,J'"Lucine'fFay'he' ., USOBUlMlrigc. Houser. 80 hours 'required for
vehicles I ., credit- Classes limited to 25 May
that'more than 8.000
:, dication, before mankind, of the Our :hat'IM 'off' to'the Israelis: day arertra.vemnlt78301 -I
profound truth that honest force ,In. the. words pf Roscoe Drum- per and
used in self-defense is not only mond:: "Only Israel's brave use of back when It was Sta'e -Road "studentswho," are below grade '- Americanism vs Communism -
level in reading:, Room ""A" (IGrades 11-12J.) Required -
thoroughly justifiable but is
military force to defend itself resolved 13 and only a narrow stripof A detailed report showing\ 30
: sometimes'! the last recourse of Building, Bradford Jr. HI. Mrs. for graduation 60 a t
the crisis and prevented it pavement. alleged! deficiencies at King n' w'
Jane Trawick director hours needed for credit. Classes -
honorable men for honorablecauses. Memorial Hospital was
from reaching a point at which Around the World in 30 meet late afternoons and presented
the U.S. and the Soviet Union There'are all types of ex- Davs [Grades 4-5-61.. Varied evenings, Monday through at a recent meeting
1 He also pointed out that in might have become involved in perts In court .Circuit JudgeJ. activities centered around Thursday, southeast wing of of the Union County Commission '-
Adkins Jr told story in Lake Butler
\ C. a
Israel there were no peaceniks, no Florida, the IT S., and the usa building 'Mrs. Bernice
a perilous confrontation. after court here last week The adverse report was given
beatniks in beards vilifying military world. Students report south Bafeman, June 19 to August .
service and burning draft There's a great lesson to be about a man who addressed a end of "#'! Building Starke 1 Registration fee 2. Refund- In a letter from Dr. C. L.
sheriff of a nearby courty as Nayfleld director of the Bureau -
cards, and no dovish politicians learned in the brief war of last follows: "You're an expert in High School 8:30: a. m. Bring able deposit on books.Stenoscrlpt of Health Facilities and
Dismissed at !
lunch [Shorthand
crying out against the military week. your business! of law enforcement materialsfee Services, Staita Board of
1:30.: Consumable and Typing [Grade 11.121 :
but I'm 'an expert inmineI'm Health,. based on a licensure
$3. Starts June 19, ends VOE Room of USO building
an expeort"crook.. survey of the hospital on May
August 1, June 19-August! 1 Shorthand
ORID4 The Bradford County Telegraph Personal Typing fOrades class 9 to 11:30: a. m. dally. -- --::'
The letter
listed 18
We wonder if other folks in 7-121 : Room 13 "A" Building Typing. 1 to 3:30: p m. dally. areas
ESTABLISHED 1879E. in which the Is lackin Like Peas With Your Rice
4p this area' have the same trou- [BHS)1. Claws' from 8 a. m. ,No credit. Mrs. Linda Grant- hospital .

L. MATTHEWS[ Editor and Publisher ble ,with myrtle bushes .that dally. Miss Rosenberg. Regis- hum. Registration fee $2. Re- ;, an additional eight' deficiencies -
we do. The thing Is.! you give tration fee *2. Starts June. 19 fundable book: deposit. on other matters and Tom Russell of There ... fit. kept busy these day. luarvl'At.f

0 o Florida' Oldest Weekly Newspaper PuMUhed Contl.ou.ly a myrtle bush an inch and It ends August 1. Business English [Grammar II which other need physical correction.plant needs Ing a bumper crop of peas from several row Ito planted two
> 1411g will take a mile. We chop Weight Lifting Training ). Grades 101112. 60
-/ Under The Same Mast Bead. Nayfleld asked the commission two new varlttas developed by the Kxperlnwnt: .Station at I lieUnlveralty
r1OtN them out. cut them off, and [Ages 12-1SJ: New Field hours required for credit. Classmeets !
for a status report detailing of }'lorld.... The "Snap Feai" U. an. -elongated \variety'
mow the small ones but slowly House (BHS1, 1:30: to 4:30: p. 8 to 10:30: a. m Monday
Published each Thursday end entered a* Second Claim Matter mt the Poet Offlo plan to the State that averages. about 11 Inches In length. The'' other
and: surely thev are ,taking m. dallv. June 19-Auguat 1. through Thursday ,June 19- crew
at'Rtarke' Florida under Act of March 3rd, 1879.8uliHurl over our place and will drive us DavU Hurse director. August 1. Mrs. Bernice- Bate- Board of Health for elimina- variety In I Flort. Cream, a cream type p'a,' which U also s
tion of the deficiencies before
out. As you'know they spread Home Economics! Orientation man: Registration fee $2. heavy. producer. Rue+ell U well pleased with both varletle/
6 month ,.
| Uon !In trml areas 1 :year, $4.00; .211Uutlotlel" the licensing year starting
bv an underground! system: [Grades 9-121: Rooms Workbook addllonal.Driver and.
recommend them to nmyon who bat a place. of "sidepork" l
July 1.The .
trade 1 61.541 6 month .AGI
arant .
Yom ;
cut them off here wed they C-2 C. (CBU3I. Class In Training (Ago 14- Commission Instructed l to K. wllli U..III.F .



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AGE EIGHT.: nU.\t'OUU cotuvrv "TKtJmm.U'n.: MTAUKU:, *'Loittl)A '1'lll'mIU\: JUNK 18. J,!-871

Services Held For A. O. Jenkins 'Services Held Graham Baptists W? 4-, ,.. .
I ; : ;" /(..,:'>...<.. '' ." .<<. .' ,

Sunday For Plan Revival .',"'j ,, i : >> '" !J ." 'w.,">"01 \,., ". ,.. ,' .
Negro Leader And Educator I : : ':t. "' <>;
James C. WootenJames Starting June 26 ,; '' ? .;'{' ,. :'{. t:) "IJ' '""" 'K ;.." ) 't ,;(, ,

< :$: :)/):" ,' t "'.
I. :,;;t c{ ''"
Alvin Orlando Jenkrhs, Sr. C. Wooten 45. of Revival services will be heldat ;, ;".,; ) : i9" '< ,

b,3 pioneer citizen and educator Kingsley Lake, died Friday, the Graham Baptist: ; 1111f ,, i
of Starke died at Ms home June 9. in a Gainesville hospital Church starting Sunday June .f l/i/ : ( 1'G't4"llfA"( l/i ,

602. N. Oak Street Thursday after a lingering illness 26 and continuing through ..,.!fi '' ,, ,. ., ., ..; .
'; ,- ,<' 4<.'h"'''
morning June 8. Mr. Wooten was born at Sunday morning. July 2. Ser ". ",< y ,' .t:.;,, '. ;:;'4>'.' -
Born at Providence! in theWeitern i. Lawtey on July 8. 1921. the 'vices will be held nightly at ,' t'iii <'

part of Bradford 4 son of the late William. C. and 7:30: except Saturday. July 2. -- L .
County In 1879, he a'.tcnded will be Rev. ;- :., _> .
-. Jessie Orlffls Wooten who resides -I The evangelist --- -- -- -- 1 t
public schools in Alaclvua and in Atlanta Ga. He was a I O W. Kln ..rd. pastor of the

Bradford counties. graduated:: veteran of World War n. Pleasant Hill Baptist Church MADISON STREET RAIFORD BAPTIST NORTIISIDE BAPTIST GRAHAM\ BAPTIST LONG BRIDGE BAPTIST j

from Florida Baptist Academy ': Besides his mother he Is near Lake City. He Is also BAPTIST CHURCH CHURCH CHURCH CHURCH CHURCH: ;
in St. Augustine, and studied survived by his wife Mary chairman of Evangelism In
later at Florida Agrlcultuial & I Wooten, of Kingsley Lake; two the Lafayette Assoclalon for Sunday schedule: Sunday Schedule of services! Sunday Schedule of services: Sun- Sunday School, 10 a. m 'Sunday School! 10 a. m.i)
College In Tallahassee. the Morning a.m. 11 day School, 9:45: a. m. MornIng Morning Worship 11 a. m Morning Worship 11 a. In. i
Mechanical I brothers William C. Wooten 1966-67 has has been School 9:45: a. m- School. 10 Worship, ; :
Jr.. Annlston, Ala.. and John pastor of churches in Jacksonville Worship 11 a. m. Training a.m. and 7:30: pm. Training Worship, 10:45: a. m. and 7 p. m.-Rev. .Leland A. Evening Worship 8 p. m..'

Early In his teaching. career Wayne Wooten of Atlanta; Atlantic Beach, Cedar' Union. 6:15.: WMU Prayer Union, 6-30: p.m. !Rev' Jack Training Union, 6:45 p. m. Baker pastor. Prayer Meeting Wednesday;'
he ame to Starke where he and two sisters Mrs. Joella Key and Webster. Circle. 7:15.: Vacation Bible Stolte pastor. Evening Service, 7:45.: Mid- Thursday Visitation, 10a. 8 p. m. Sing each) Friday" at a.

/was appointed school principal Mi Tampa. and Miss Anna Cath- Special music for the serv- School ''Commencement exer- Week Prayer Service Wed-' m. and 7 p. m. p. m. Rev. Harvey Lane pui-1

a position he held for 45 trine Wooten. both of Atlanta. ices will be provided by Mrs. cises, 7:30.: ; CHURCH OF GOD nesday, 7:45: p. m tor. ..

years retiring In 1949.! Funeral services were held Alice Walker. a well-known Wednesday Prayer & 422 N. St. Clair St., Stark, NEW RIVER BAPTIST I

The purchase of land and in Jones Memorial Chapter at concert pianist. Praise Service, 7:30.: Church Sunday School, 10 a. m. SMYRNA MISSIONARY School 10 a. m BROOKER BAPTIST \
Sunday ,
the building of the flr. t Negro 2 p. m. Sunday, June 11 with The pastor Rev. Leland A. Choir practice, 8:30.: ; Worship Services. 11 a. m. BAPTIST CHURCH Morning Worship, 11 a. m Sunday School, 10 a. m-?
school in StarkeJIiW\\ spear- ReV. Jim Rlgdon officiating. Baker extends a cordial Invitation -Rev. Folder Rowan, pastor and 7:30: () p. m. YPE. Wednesday 633 W. Pratt St. Sunday UnIon 7 m Eve- Morning Worship,, 11 a. In. I
headed by Mr. Jenkins. Approximately Interment was in Crosby Lake' to everyone to attendall : 7:30: p. m' Prayer Meet- services: Sunday School 10 Training p. m Training Union. 6:30: p. .m.-j
33 years later It C.I' BAYLESS HIGHWAY a. m. Preaching 11 a. m ning Worship. 8 p. Ev.ening.1 .Worship ?
Cemetery with DeWltt services. jag Friday, 7:30: p. m.-Rev. Wednesday night service, 7:30:
was through hIs leadership t Jones Funeral Home In BAPTIST ClfURCH L.. S. Williams, pastor. Training Union, 6:15: p m : welcome.L. Prayer Meeting, Wednesday,!
and guidance that the land charge. FIRST BAPTIST C1HJBCH Evening Worship,, 7 p. m. 7-30:: p. m. Everyone :30.: VernoifN. Williamson
purchase for the Robinson- Carver Lodge No. 89 and served I STARKE Sunday School 10 a. m.; KINGSLEY LAKEBAPTIST Everyone welcome .- EWer L. Parker pastor. pastor, i !
Jertklns-Ellersoii [RJE1 High as Worshipful :Master I Morning Worship' Service, 11 T C. Williams, pastor. jt *7HEILBQONN
School. the present Negro highathool and subsequently serve! In the Cless R. Allen Sunday Sunday School a. m.: Training Union, 630 : CHfTRCn CHURCH OF CHRIST BAPTIST

several Grand 9:45: ,a.. m Morning Worship, m. Evening Worship. .7:30: FIRST PRESBYTERIAN l
In Starke was made. capacities Of p. ;
Services Held Sunday School 9:45: a. m Sunday: Bible Study: 10a. Sunday School 9:45: a. m.
Professor' Jenkins 03' he was! Offices, Including that of 11 a. m., sermon "The man p. m. Morning .
Worship 11 a. m Morning Worship and Morning Worship, 11 a. in. ,
Sunday School 9:43 m.;
with God and I :30 : a. m.'
of the the Most At Kingsley Lakeless who wrestled Prayer Meeting, Wed..
widely known. was one Grand Treasurer Training 'Union,' 6:15: p. m. Morning Worship, 11 a. m. Communion Service 11 a. m Training 1lftl n. 0:30 p. m.
founders of the New :Bethel Worshipful Prince Hall Orand won. p. m.r O.; A; Meeting': Wed..
Evening Worship, 7:30: p m Youth 6 I Evening services 6:30.: Evening Service.\, : 7:30: M1-
R. Allen. 91, of Starke Training Union, 6:15.: EvenIng Choir Rehearsal, I Fellowship p. m.
Baptist Church. of which he Lodge. A. F. and A.M.. Jurisdiction -. 7:30: p. m.; Midweek Prayer Service,1Wednesday !
: Worship service week Prater'
Choir Wednesday Service 7:00
practice : !
died Friday, June-. in a Worship 7::30. sermon Brotherhood Wednesday,
served as the first clerk For of :Florida. Wed., 7:30: p: m.:
7:30: p. m 8 7 p. m. Minister Jack P. p. In. Wednesday. Troy
until the time his wile. Starke nursing home after an "Some certainties concerning meeting. last MondayIn Rev.1' pm.Rev.
many years up He Is survived by I Jim Rlgdon, pastor. Come !
bell. Johnson pastor. P
extended illness. the second coming of Christ. David Robert D. Burch I
of his death he was Senior Mrs. Sarah Frances Jenkins: each month. Rev. us worship together. I I I
Deacon.. For several years he one son S. Set Alvin O. Jen Mr. Allen was born Jan. 19, I Monday RA :meeting Medelros., pastor.. I
was a member of the Board kins. Jr.. U. S. Air Force. 1876 in Ohla and was a retired 6:30: ; Youth Choir practice ), _:

of Trustees of Florida Memorial Washington: D. C.: three painting and decorating con- 71'. m HOPE BAPTIS1 ChuRCh I
College his alma mater, daughters Miss Mae Frances tractor. He had lived In Starke Wednesday Prayer MeetIng -
and! received a number of Jenkins and Mrs. Maurice J. for 13 years coming here 7:30.: Church Choir practice [Highway: 100 at ThercMa} An investment in Your Future

plaques and commendation White, with the public school from Ohio.Surviving. 8:15.: Sunday School 10 a. m. ,

for outstanding achievement system In Starke; Mn. MaryJ. Is his widow, Thursday Visitation 10 :Morning Worship.-11 a. m

and meritorious service from Olrdeau. teacher Jacksonville Mary McGregor Allen of a. m. and '1 p. m. Training 'tlnlon-6iO: p) m

and seyeral civic religious, educa.tional'l. na Aaron.; one sister.Gainesville Mrs. Lee; An-ten Starke.Funeral services were held!I FIRST METHODIST :Evening ,Worship 7:>* ATfUH: I] E8 m En

CHURCH. STARKE ;' ._.._,s. ......,
at the
at 4:30 Sunday
He worked as grandchildren, and two greati : p. j.Sunday
for the City of Stark utilities I I i Grandchildren.! graveside in Kingsley Lake Schedule of services: Services Sundae

department for several year Funeral services were held Cemetery with Jack Bell officiating. Church School School10 'a. m. Morning n__ _, ._ '
Sunday -
and has held electrical and at 1 p. m. Sunday in the New Interment was under Worship. Worship. 11 a. m. C. A. Youth
plumbing licenses. He was a Bethel Baptist Church with the direction of DeWit C. 9:45: a. m. Morning Group. 6 J>. m. Evening Wor-

farmer and a carpenter by the pastor, Rev. A. Vlnson of- Jones Funeral Home.of 11 a. m. Snack MYF Supper meet for ship, 7 p. m.' Prayer Meeting' J
MYF 6:30: p. m. FOUNDATION'"
trade. Many homes and public ficiating. Interment was In ings 7 p. m. Evening Worship 7:3ff: p. m. Thursday. I:
buildings in Starke still stand the Odd Fellows Cemetery. 8. -Lerpy Llghtsey, pastor I
Mr. and :Mrs. Loyd Padgett
es memorials to his many Starke, with arrangements In Methodist Men's :
Monday :
last week.
Breaker 1
skills and workmanship. charge of Chestnut & Halle DEDAN BAPTIST [ .
Aa a member of the Maaonl: Funeral Directors. We are sorry to hear that Club meets In Fellowship Hall', : Our nation Is witnessing a building boom, such as fr
Otis Crawford and Grandpa 7 p. m. Wesleyan Sub-dlstrlc' Sunday School. 10 a. m ,
order MT Jenkins founded Lovell are both very sick in MYF meets in Lake Butler Morning Worship, 11 a. m .. has never before been seen. Every day new foundations 'j'

the Medical Center In Gain 7:30.Wednesday: Training Union, '7 p. m Eve- .. are being dug and laid. Any builder will tell .
Funeral Services 11 a. m. Thursday in Grace esville. Prayer MeetIng ning Service 8 p. m.-.Rev. S i. .z.,' ..
I Methodist Church at Lawtev Mr. and Mrs. Don Newmans 7:30: p. m. Lacy Conway, pastor.. : you that it takes a firm foundation to support t

For Mrs. Harley with Rev. Ernest L. Belley of- and children spent several Thursday Chancel Choir j today's skyscraper 4

Held ThursdayMrs. ficiating. Interment was In days with relatives In Orlando I rehearsal, 7:30. NORTIISIDE BAPTIST

the family plot in Kingsley last week. Our Lord, In His sermon on the mount, compared
: Abbie S. 'Harley, 83. of Lake Cemetery under directionof Mr. and Mrs. Firm! EUxson BETHEL BAPTISTS Located on Bay*** . DeWitt C. Jones Funeral PLAN REVIVAL [SR 225]at RaKord Roa< those that heed His word, to the wise man that built
Lawtey died Monday morning of Hope Mill, N. C. were over-
in a Starke hospital after a Home. night guests of his brother Revival services will be held [SR 16J. Services: Hund ,, his house upon a rock, and those that did not heed __
Active pallbearers were School. 10 a. m. Sundae
lingering illness. and sister-in-law Mr. and '
Mrs. torn In grandsons of the deceased.yyy.yy Kenneth Ellxson. June 19-26 at Bethel Baptist Morning Worship. 11 a. m His word to the foolish man that built his house ._
Harley was Mrs. .
L. Frostas
Church with RevH.
12 and Egrger Training Union, 6:30: p. m sand and it washed _
North Carolina on July Barney Johnny evangelist. Services will upon was away. ,.>* I
18<13, the daughter of the late of Jacksonville and. Mrs. Mar- start each night at 8 'clock Evening Service. 7:30.: Mid

William Henry and Martha gie ITnderhlll of Starke-were with special singing features.W. Week Prayer Service, Wedne I Build ydur]house' upon a rock.Attend church .. .

Shaffln Biggs. She had been HiwavBy supper guests of Mr.\, and :Mrs. L. Newman pastor day, 7:30.Rev.: Glenn Law ..., regularly. *1,5., :
ft resident of Lawtey for the T. N. Norman Monday night. hon. pastor. Ir I

tmst, 66 years was a member Mrs. Gwendolyn Andrews, 'yyve'vwvvyyywvyvvvvwTHERESSA' : -- -- r
Mrs. O. E. .
of Grace Methodist Church, Crosby Mrs. Susie Lllllbrldges. Mrs. PINE LEVEL BAPTIST ___ __ __ _
.A4.- :1
and Chapter, 224 Order of the .AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Alice Barker and Mrs. Barber
Sunday School 10 a. m r '
Eastern Star.Surviving of Panama City and Mrs. A. ._ ,
are three daugh- Congratulations to Miss An- R. McRae were all Monday Morning Worship 11 a. m I Il

ters, Mrs. Mattie Miley of nette Padgett and Donald Sal- guests of Mrs. T. N. Norman By Linda. CrawfordAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA. Pre-Services [Booster bane
Jacksonville Beach Mr ClaraM. aiar: who were among the Rev. and Mrs. Dave Mede- Young People, and Pray I

:Blocker of Lake City 'andMrs. graduates last Friday night. Iras and daughters, and Lur-! .. Service J, .S. p. m. Evenln II I

Abbie Bagjett of Wich- We are proud of our young inda and Sue Crosby were visIting HOPE: BAPTIST ChURCh Worship, 7 p. m. Midwtekervloe I

ita Kan.: five sons Lonnle H. people.Mr. relatives In Perry Mon- Recreation Is held each Fri Wednesday, V:30: p
and Mrs. Loyd Padgett m.-.Rev. D. 1. Ramsey! pa& I
Harley Jr.. 8. C. [Dutch] day night at the community
Harley and Dan B. Harley :and Miss Annette Padgett day.We are sorry that little! Alan house, recreation begins at 7.30: tor. !

all of Starke; Hubbard C. were visiting Mr) and Mrs. Whltehead' son of Mr. and p.m. Everyone is invited to
Harley Lawtey and Suznter Kenneth Padgett' and baby In Mrs. A. B. WhItehead Jr. Is come and participate. BETUEL BAPTIST CHURCP I :

D. Harley, of Pennsylvania: Orandln Sunday.Mr. very sick in Baptist Hospital Sunday School 10 a.m.; I
Sunday School 10 a. m
four sisters, Mrs. Dolly Rob nnd Mrs. Pete Reys and in Jacksonville. We are pray- Morning Worship, 11 a.m.; !
erts. West Palm Beach. :Mrs. Mr. and Mrs- Joe Sapp and ing for his recovery. Training Union, 6:30: ; p.m.; Evening Morning Worship Worship! 7:30 11 a. m i r
: p. m
children of Jacksonville were
Ruth Barthlow Mkldleburg: Mrs. Pearl Norman of Wal-
Evening Worship, 7:45: p.m.;
dinner guests' of Mr. and Mrs. Prayer Meeyng. 7:30: p. m
Mrs ZJnnto Ollchrlst. Bruns- do and Mrs. Wanda Edwardsof and Wednesday night Prayer
wick, Oa.. and Mrs. Mall Wells Eldon Sapp Sunday.Mr. Jacksonville were visitingMrs. Service. 7:3O: p.m.; with choir Wednesday. Rev. W. I :
Laiwtey. Also survivins: are 16 and :Mrs. T. N. Norman T. N. Norman Wednes- practice ...tterward.BRUHL Newnuois: pastor :
grandchildren and 18 great' and Gerald, Mr. and Mrs. the Chimh h,...',oppotalfd' oqimy In(till' world for sprtodlrtf tile'''.'''''!ol Hh taw 3lN TIft \
Eldon Sapp Mr. and Mrs. day.Gerald SHOWERS AIRPARK BAPTIST I for.man.ant of Hit femomi lot nun I.mpond,to,Idol.lovi by loving his nolgribor.Without
Eastern Star services were Cauthern Padgett and children -. Norman, Mrs. T. N The ladles of Hope Baptist t Mill rounding." In Hit' .... ol Cod .no ......._ M ucltty a way of Kit will long r::;
Norman and Mrs. Eldon Sapp.were Church honored Miss Anne Sunday 'Services Sunday
: ond. tho fratdomt whkh wo hold.w dtor will, Imvitobly. oorhh. Thorlforo. OVMIhorn
in and Mr. and Mrs. Elwood poruvort : .:
held at 8 m. Wednesday
p. Mr. ,
recent visitors of Packham with bridal shower School, 9:45
of Jacksonville all. a : a. m. Morning U .MllMi," point .1 iritw, ono should tupport lbs' OitHik lor 'Iho' ala ol, ,DM' ..11... .
Memorial and Padgett
Jones Chapel
at fish at the home and Mrs. Barney Kgzers in Tuesday night, about seventy Worship.'- 11 a. m. Tralnlna! W "Krtrnll' .and kit tamlly. ..,..... "that" ', ho....., ...., porton truuM. uphold and, par "
funeral services were held I enjoyed a fry
Jacksonville recently. ladles were present at the Union 6:30: p. m. Evening *i>ofo; In .rho. Crnmh .beaus II .hill "the' .hurt about ....', lilt, diolh ond tnliny' ,Iho ::-
., Mrs. M. D- Medeiras enter shower Everyone had a wond. Servloe, 7:30.: Wednesday "truth. slut... .. ohm. will Ml him, IIM to live as U thUd' .1 God. C1.flJ1.1\!'\
talned her Training tTnioi 1 erful time. Prayer Meeting, 7:30: p. m CeIo_.An.....
class last week at Mr. ant I Miss Sylvia Dodd. portrayed Rev. Leroy Olive, Pastor
REVIVAL Mrs. J. R. Kelly's home or,I a skit entitled "The fe.iide'a I
Bedford Lake Mrs. Harolc I First Meal.\ II I

Crews and Mrs. Marshburr L The wedding of Miss Anne HI-WAY CHAPELASSEMBLY"OF

Reddish assisted Mrs- Medeiras. Packham and Bill Phlppa, will GOD This Feature Published in the Interest of Better
a Community the
by Follow-
GRAHAM BAPTIST CHURCH Th a children enjoyed be an event of June 24th. The
Weak Weldon
; St. and Ral-
swlmnt'ng and a wiener roast. father of the bride Rev. Merle ford Road 16. i ing Civic-Minded Business Firms
:Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Tlllli Packham, will perform the
I and children of Tampa visited! ceremonies. The bride will be 7 p. m.-L. L. Parker pastor

I Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Norman gIven away .by her brother LAURA BAFTISTSunday FAULKNER BUSH'S STARKE BUILDERS
Sunday. Merle Packham Jr. (Buddy).
Mr. and Mrs. Charles New- pray God's richest blessings -
children of Gainesville this rnlng Worship. 11 a. m SUPPLIES Inc.
Starts Thru mans and: upon marriage. ,
I were guests of hi" 'par PKKSOXALS: Evening Worship, 7:30: p. m U-HAUL RENTALS Tune-ups Brake Repair

ents. Mr. and Mrs. Lots New- Mrs. Cheater Searle, was Prayer Meeting,. Wednesday Truck Wheel BalancingMost Featuring Ace Ikrdwar.
I mans Sunday. recently in Gainesville on busi- 7:30: p. m.-Rev. Luther Mc- Trailer Complete Paint SuppUeo)

Mr. and Mrs. Billy Jolntr ness. Ctee, pastor. Complete Lubrication Complete Line of Bait and Sporting Good -

Mon. SUD. and baby were visiting relatives Mm. Hilda Griffith and Minor Tune-ups and Tackle In Bradford "CinqcK: WITH us uurr* .
in Gainesville Sunday. daughter, Eleanor Anne, of
afternoon.Mrs. Miami,. visited their aunt and CALVARY BAPTISt 709 S. Walnut Ph. 964-5899 263 N. Temple Ph. 964-7361, 219 Washington St. M-CtfD

Barney Egsers and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. C. Sulll- Sunday School, 10 a. rn

children were supper guests of van, Sunday. I. Morning Worship, 11 a. m Edwards & Lawson Meat MarketAND
Junei -1 July I her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. ''Mr. and' Mrs. R. G. Zeigler, Training Union, '8:30: p. xn DOYLE CONNER Grocery '

N. Norman Wednesday night visited Mr. and l\lrs. J. D. Evening Service. ,::3D. Prn."rMeeting Insurance COLD STORAGE
I MIllS Beverly Egners remained Crllfls, and family, Sunday.Mr. Wednesday- ----. --7:30p. -- Agency Mkt. Cwttllm .
: I We
Specialize In Slaughter.log
with until and :Mrs. Don Northcut
26 2 I Sunday.her grandparents and ions Randy and Butch pastor.. m.-JRev. R. H. Butler S-A-V-E Groceries' --Meats\ -Feeds Cutting 4 Wrapping-
11: Prepared For F
Deep rseea
I Mr. and Mrs. O. S. Crosby I visited the home of Mr. and With Your Mutual Agent Gas & Oil .

and children of Gainesville Mrs. J. D. Grlffia, and family, PHONE 90.-7838
I 222 N. Temple Ph. 964-7369
Sunday. Ph. 964-5312 Starke Fla.
i were dinner guests of his par- ASSEMBLY ,
ents. Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Cros- Mrs. P. C. Mabry, and slater,
I by Saturday. I Mrs.. A. J. Lowery recently Jehovah's Witnesses from Starke "66" Service DeWITT C. JONES

Rev. G. W. Kinard, Evangelist J. R. Kelly was In Talalhas-'visited Jacksonville.Mr. Starke Joined 1,711 delegatesat FUNERAL' HOMES
and 'Mrs. A, J. the BILL EDWARDS
see the first part of this week. Lowery Circuit Assembly In the
Services Nightly at 7:30 : Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Crosby Sr., and Mr. and Mrs. A. ..1.Lowery Jacksonville civic Auditorium 9 OF STARKE INC. Starke Ph.,964-6200
Jr., were guests at the last weekend. Brake Service-"Wheel Balance ,
A model ministry
(NO SATURDAY SERVICE) and Mrs. J. L. were visiting Keystone Height -
I home of Mr. and Mrs. P.
C. :
In was conducted :Friday and Alignment -
WorthIngton Spring, U.S. 301_ NORTH
Final Service Sunday Morning:, July 2 Monday afternoon. Mabry, Saturday.We night and three Bible dramas Ph. -$73317IHurst "
are sorry ,to hear that were presented illustraing the 612 N. Temple-Ph. 961.7231 Ph. 964-7600 Stark Fla.
Fred Dodd has 'been in the teaching methods of ''Jesus.
Special by Mrs. Alice Walker hospital in GaInesville .
I Twentynine ministerswere
World Renowned Concert Pianist i THE RIGHT POINT for the Mr. and Mra. Leon Thomason baptized Saturday new afternoon Charley E., Johns Sinclair Refining Co. Shell Service

the way: ...eu write. Coma In ,. were recent guest at the and a color film "00<1 Agency W. L. Thomas, Distributor
home of Mr. and Mrs.' Malanar ,
EVERYONE WELCOME ; Lie -was presented
and elect TOM" favorite ES- Harsey. Sunday. 131 L. Walnut t Ph. 96.- 070 GASOLINES -KEROSENEFuel CARL HURST

Mrs. Beatrice- Ezell, and GENERAL INSURANCE/ : Oil and Greases

Rev. Leland A. Baker, Pastor ij i TERBROOK fountain pen. daughter, Debby, were recent Regular at the meetings local! Kingdom will 'resume Nobody But Nobody Underlet.* i Ph. B64-6248 Dw"- .fll & inn p.80S 16..111
home of Mr. and, "
guests at the 8. Walnut. BUrtce
j TELEGRAPH. Hall this week. ....arf"'" VI.. John A rseev .
j. - -- --- -- -
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: of HU. It piaiiH mil, rHilfltn-, .
I from the time of the flril pubiiestk'mt bann bid' "H guaranteebidder U .. ,
111.5* 'umIn. I 11 hi,n Int'il h\
SUMMER READING VVVVVY VT TYYYYYYYYY. Work thl. Notice. else! tOo) If awarded. thv <'nI ; JIH t
StopsOn ef ,
Court RefusesTo I ..onBe"ulivo > IHMT tin' "out of .IOI.lh'lItlull, .It
within Ion
to will.
1 will become void accordmar
rEOGRAMReading .
f 1.111I I"Hh"1 tui'
i-mlui, I' duyM nftni. 'I tt-rltli-n I I i I I'll I If < $1 |
I law. or ui'H aw.I rd. \ I IIKS Itnd l |fi..(Oft I IM-I, \' set foilt ,'
is of summer Dismiss LAWTEYBy \ : Union Kacli: rlalm mulct (I". In wrlt- brlliK Klvrii \ .<> U'ill hmii, |liiH hutidlinwrH
part ; inff, sworn to by the Cliilmftnt: ,, tar Into' a written I'imtrai \ ,
t" *
Co. ,, '. whlda \\ ill IMH t i r-
fun Join the reading 1 and fund thu Hoard of County "
summer his SCent or uttorney. hh'! .
program at the Public Library FPL SuitA Kit_ Rlanrhord I S 3, iu..7 High School within said pvrlod uf ant rvHldonct, mimt!.' Hliinrm'' ,, .r ucruvilame llrndford' wIt ) lilt"i'M huSh ti< ill l I lniiH. miiHt !h"
lontulll Lime nlHce : h.I:
Six hundred children )booK of tlClnlnmnt. ... ni'c t:11I'I: : ld and Klt i "<' a ,, I I ivfa.'l"''ry to The itottril of
II Hnil tn'''Ht (tfffi'e' udflieiiH .., ..
'miitiilMNliHM .I' Itracj-
I'N ( i
have Jus .b'en .' el"cd from ..' 100.000Union ,t i A'; ,a i>y of rfuch clulm, tract, Surely natul.. HutlMfiu*, i<\'..Uflty( Florida, 'and saidirI
Ii Construction! of th4 $ Slush. .ttlmt |lie d.oIlver..d to tO. I to ,01.1 Hoard In an ""
motion to dismiss a $93- I I l ahull lu the HullJud< "- or
the Florida te L1bt ry.j ault brought by the FlorIda First Baptist Church,,; will. b-, : : County high school has .County .luiliro.. tMiuul\ to one lumdftd. '..1'II.|M>cn>.nt.. 'h 'uuaIin<*Htlunr. The Uuu,'"
1124 Kdt: W. nKf1kin!: thit control prlio
Come taKe YOU! lOlce 1 I mu/ : ;7 I..eloner. of
gin their vacation Bible Srhool i halted the apparent County I
1I I f Power & Light Co. against been by nxmtitrlx of the KBIntuor fidi..IC on. (Ihe part of t no nI.. Count '. Florida r.'-
ft )
on June PlIet- nfHHfuL, Milder to exetutu a '
Monday 19
and continue default of the contractor. L.I11IUH Mate DlHhoil .> In-
the State Road Department the right to \
STARKEBUSINESS lias been denied by Circuit through Friday, June 30 chwatt Construction Co. of Orlando 4t 8-22 tract ten ,-and."' .....lItl.contract I .. falendar I bond ) :: ,,:II i Urn In lilly IoI'n; tiiul, toil .

with clauses from 8::43 to 1 11 :45: 4 .n.ft IT r..t|| of notice ot } ,t lilly hid vvhli'.h It i'.onITM -
Judge George L. Patten. fN: THK flROinT1 CO1-RT OF1 of rontrnrt tbe check ,, to IIH t hf ,Ii\\ HI i"'ftp ti-
The court granted SRD at- A.m. each day. All children are Union School Supt Jim (o'1.oltll'J'IIIIITJI I : JUDICIAL bid honU nhiill be retained .. 1 101.1. a 11I1! tu> \,.'j'M' any uiul,

torneys 20 days In which to invited to attend.mritoii .1' Cason said work on the Job CJROUIT. r r.\ AND IfOH" UltAi the /liourd of t'oitntv t'I),SO | IUlMFin
ACTIVITIESOftice : which was about half complet. FUUI> C'OUNTT alonvrit ...r llntdford ,, ':
reply to the complaint, and 1 "-. CASE: !: NU. 8H Florida urn I lloulilatud ) TillIHrAUD) & OI'MHM'NTY;
also gave permission to Southern -' ''Methodist: Sunday'Schbol .,, ,a* ed at the time, was baited A.M I EH: M KMfONS I : for Hiiili. failure I i i o.therwlH.t, I '! I '()1IUJII-IHIONIoRII
DIRECTORYAUTO 9:43: : Worship 11 a.m. May 29.The Plaintiff. chet'lc o-r bid bond shah be .. I 1111.\I-nnru (''IiiSv.' ;; .
Bell & Telegraph .
Co. and Florida Electrical and

7:30 folowed by Senior tJ; I have stopped work on two r ffndunt l hl.1. for. a period or tilt. f 'lo '"I..,i k ,of Hukl
REPAIRS coperatlves to file "friendof .,..I Mi: <>.' HI IT "'OltUI'II'H' ,lilt't, Uourd.
M.Y.F. On Sunday, June 11 : other project, one in Live Oak after the date Mel for the ,
the court" briefs.A t' I thereof n/8 /ir
Rev. John; Hlckok: began his and another In Palatka. HKMMON3You 1 lug
of All wo-rk Hball bu I..u.In
misuse .Is the cost relocation -
Earl! GarageALL monastery here with services Cason said ,the Union County mime" lonely, nittifhul that iMirilanielth, .' Pliinx. Mpn Kli
of a Florida Power & I I' lalnt for d I%'or-e hnH bi'un IE RIGHT POINT for the
tloiifi and Piintrarl "Ufn '
cent by uitu
He covered 100
KINI OF morning and evening. is residing I Job 1s per iliad uiralnKt. you SlId vou ait ,
transmission line be-
Light rt'llljlv* I hL'1 Cu t IIH pit paled write. Come in
AUTO ttKPAIU WORK In the parsonage performance and payment r"1ull..d l I ti," "..rv. a copy' of yourun"'Vt'r I Ioll., way you
tween Starke and Lawtey, run I Frank Dennce' (leorite \1' t ; ,
.j' favorite ES-!;
01 I ,plinUlnif' tii tilt ittinlalnt d select your
All Work Gu..lU'lt..edPhone First Baptist: Sunday School "I'IIilli k.... Vlnrtda I'liint.. ni..i I ,
U.S. 301 mostof > i on the !I'luliulff I I iittorn*jr.
ning parallel to OJ'.d.He ] fountain
rullollil I and riMilrart I t riot 1111' pen.
9647005So. ,10 am. Worship 11 a.m. and said a meeting was held llHllili I. Tinman. lilt KlngHlcyAvvnuu ..

Walnut Starke the way. Leon 8 p.m., Training* Union 7 p.m.. Seminar Held At Holiday InnTwo Tuesday with the architect. Orange, Park. Florida, of may I the b.Clerk examined"of tin. at'h''ul rn tile, I ''' tCourlhouNe ,' : .
The suit was filed in . :JJ07.1.: anil file HIH oilKlnulanHv ,
School II LtulldlnR, ) In "'
Midweek services Wednesday Arthur Lee Campbell ..
.r County nearly two years Ago Klorlilii. or at the o.fflfi of I
AUTO SERVICE and was in. litigation there until .8 p.m. all-iluy .M-NNliinii. for morning, anil 1 evening front desk. Board Chairman Donald Dukes. tOCiork. lrHlforil. of the Florida flrciilt Architect ion North I'alni. ,
Church of Cod: SundayS Hal Y Court County niii>. In Pulutka Florida HAMMOND
board's attorney
last May 8 when it wa, staff.* of Sturkc, Jrnnlii0.... | trod', lake City Holiday! ;,Inn4! 4 of. the representative of on or !ln-fo-ro" the tilth day of one net of ,,",'h plant. '
:hool 10 a.m., Worship 11 Maine and a Junn. llttiT. If you fail to do HO,
Gilbert S. Brown transferred here on ground* roiKTUrft-d recently ,'on I 11'1 doeiiinenta. unit
a.m. and 7:30: p.m. Y.P.B. Wed Mississippi. Management Inf. wttra' at the the bonding company. Judgment by default will b. tak- for blddlnK may be ni.runil STUDIOFactory

Standard OH Srvlce Station that Bradford Involved County proper nesday 7:30: p.m. Prayer meet- Holiday Inn of Starke. Cason said a report is expected en caliiHl l I In you the for complaint.DONlj the I relief. damundeil .- ,aeneral c'o-ntraiMorti. from the. i.
ties are flte of .
ATLAS claims Ing Friday 7:30: p.m. i Local "ale nperliUldt who participated are nhoun above" from the bonding company : AND OKOHKEt: at lily .Ihi-rewlth tindrl'hlt..cl 130.00/ ty The"" "" AuthorizedHammond '
The utility company Slurkf, Florida. thin 34th day .
TInES & \TTKKIE8 the was incurred In Highland/!, Baptist: Sunday ((1-1') : Hope Hollltlay, Ida Mae Slmw, (ftriieriil' Manager David Thursday on how construction of Alny. 1067. poHlt from. H-oneral. .oiitrui! Organ
expense will I I I", refunded. ih 0
so ni
will be ltp
School 10 11 of the project
Budget Term*-Road, Service the process of road Improve- a.m.. Worship Coitt ianil, Eve Baldwin. (.'hurleH A. Derby Hlon of a biMiariile bid mid r Sales Service;

Phone 96<1-7011 > ments when 301 was four-laned; a.m. and 7:30 p.m.. Choir The semInar was devoted to the. $Un orienting the front resumed. CUKUK COURT: ()Im' TUB CIRCUIT of, Maid pubiS 1 and. nontrait I doi I to play thm. _T fay

407 N. Temple Slarl.eHURST'S and that the cost should be practice 6:30 p.m., Prayer : By; Uaulah 11[. Moody .nl.. In .Kooil I'onilltlon! vi. '' 110 N. W. 10th A_
t 7J30 desk service to the needs if the IrnaVIcr, anil Included tip. HO\KI) SEEKS n.us ,',. ten tl4ys. utter th. date Met
iH-puty '
J the niienlnv" "f hI.lo. i If '' ", Shopping
Road "
the Department.SRD "
paid by We regret to note the deathof on telephone teclinia1u'.s| and ronrteoy, handling-. / of routine ON COMPLEX: IIALHK L. THOMAS/' oontraiiotn I deulre morr I hut II ,
contend that Attoiney for llulntlft
attorneys Mrs. A. H. Harley Sr. who assignments. and the psychology and, philosophy of guest 671, KlnirHley Avenue <
SHELL the line location was In the Bids for construction! of the : I
passed away on: Monday, June treatment. Orange 1'urk Florida
nature of work to reconduotor administration for the 6/23 4tp 615Ctl.l.
Service Station 12. The family has the sym building I DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home
and rebuild the lines 'by con- promised new Bradford County -

Gas Oils Lubrication version from 69,000, to 118,000 pathy and prayers of their I children of Lake City and Mr. Clark the devotional.' Mrs- I Agricultural! Center on N. FOIt.' OlnHn' I
friends. \OIKi': 'lo 11\ 1'111"1'011"
Goodyear Tire & Batteries volts, and that It was a private Carl ,Moore of Jacksonvillewas and Mrs. Leslie Phillips and Norman served refreshments. Temple Ave. will be received Not I h e IM herfliy given that STARKE; PHONE 961-6200()()

ROAD SKRVICH: matter. with FPL. sons of Jacksonville. The sons at the end of the meeting. by the Board of County CommtSHionern th. I lloaid of ,',ftl II tT ComnilHnlnm.ru -
the weekend visitor of Miss
llradfoul County, : HEIGHTS PHONE 173-3176
SOl and 100 Starke The utility company when Elizabeth Terry and Mrs. Joyce Erie and Byron are spendingthe PERSONALS until 2pm. Wed FlulUiii.i j: will I reuelva Heriled l>ldt a

ordered by the SRD to move' Fu toll.. week with their! grand, Kahy and Katie Sadler of nesday July 3 at the officeof until j.iin;' )' I'M. on July I, 11)67

METAL WORK the line. did so under protest Tim and Andy Harvey are I mother Airs. Phillip's ufld'; their' bId Town, former residents Clerk of the Circuit Court.: at rironlt' ti., .. orflie Court". of I In the thu ciurk llrliilfard of the I Rental Services

and later filed suit to recover visiting frien'da' in Perry this uncle and aunt Mr and MM. here spent last week with Bill All ,ibida received will ,be opened County Court, t-loline at HturkeFliMlila .

THOMPSONSheet I the costs- week. Bill Gaskins. :V' "M. Underwood and'Louise' Hogan. publicly at that time. At mild. time all hlclB HOSPITAL JJEDS I WHEEL CHAIRS

Metal Works 'Mr. and ,Mrs. Ray Nugenand Mr. and Mrs. Bennett L.Wllklson Mrs. Frances Wadsworth Plans and spcrlflcatlons are ,MMi'lvcdllt., and" riMid I iud Ix puhlltly I In the Court opvned -

Ruth Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jr. of Jacksonville spent the weekend In Bunnell on file at the clerk's office. Idiom. ni I I ih,. /liriidford. ,'..>untCourt >' CRUTCHES
have recently purchased the HOIIHI./ )sturk, Florida,
-All Types Metal WVk- TilE RIGhT POINT for the Barthlow of Mlddleburg were with Mr. and Mrs. Thomas for tlu* furniShing of all ma-I
V. R. Reddish home and movedIn
Wadsworth and daughter tel,"lulu and labor and ronHtrui-
the write. Come In calling on Mrs. Mae Wells -1 *
Heat & Air Co d. way yon last week. Debbie Carter of Tampa a, vllle were visiting Mr. and lion nf the followlnir. bulldlnir
and select your favorite ES-!: Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. John" 'Dannlel! Mrs. D. W. Johnson Saturday i In Vtriirtfm'd ("OIl II.t Y. KlortclaIIMIMMTK I GETCASH -
Systems Installed! TERBROOK fountain pen.TELEGRAPII Visiting Mrs. O. J Phillips f former resident spent several night. .\ I trio> nrii.oix. 'Arid hei1 Mrs Clara ..
mother. days with Phyllis Meng. KOUIHI-! \ltKOIIII. ( .ti''Y
Rd. 16 E. Ph.96l'-5723 during the weekend were Mr. Olsen formerly of Jacksonvilleare .\f'111 ..'1'i II I I. I .:" 1'1':11:
Mr. James
and Mrs. Thomasof
and Mrs. Coleman Phillips and !I \IIKOIIIt lilt %I'V., PI,01111)4 IMMEDIATELY
In the home which .
residing Jacksonville announce the TV THB C'OITNTY; JUIHIESCOURT. .itiorilliitf. .I I ti> planH and; "p t'tfliiitloiiN -
the Daniels have purchased birth of a daughter on Friday IN.VIl: ; .'''It HKAU- I ,) on file In. Ihe ,.l fOe ol
next door to Nathan Starling. Foul COr.VTY.; FUOHIDA.PROHATK .. the Clerk ..t the Circuit Court
June 9. Mr. and Mrs' Frank NOfN at .stiirke Kloltda. Any bid re-
I Mrs. Olsen is a sister of Mrs. Thomas are the paternal THK( : ;lIATTNI010' THKKHTATK C..!MM| afteo 2:00: P.M July 5,
BUSINESS Lee R. Green. i OK 1.11.1,1AM/ MAN I IIMI7 will not' be considered. All
JACKSONVILLE DIRECTORY grandparents- :A 11ISIIOH! / fl ':('I'AHJoU: : hhl, tniiMt lie for the full con- r' $25 TO $600
Mrs. Jack Brassell Peggie Mary Lou Cooper is spend. ,,,'ru ..: '.'0 <'KKDITOII4All : ptruetlon of Halt] building uuoordlnff -

Lee, Steve and Darrell of Virginia Ing this week In Fort Lauder- iii'ruonH having claims orIcmiiiulN to the plan and apaclfluHtlnna. -
Beach Va. are visitingher ( UKttlnHt, the I.tate!: of ItlilH for portions dale with Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Ulllnn Mite. Ulwhop, deeased. Hurh .. will not be
APPLIANCES t FARM EQUIPMENT PHOTOGRAPHER parents Mr. and Mrs. T. SChuppert.The lire not I rim") to rili. mich: clalmn eon,idarpd. DO You HAVE.Too .
L/Walhwrlght this week. Sun- In the office of the Count EII'h hlil must be accompaniedby I
TV 'aFord visitors of Mr. and Mrs. sixth grade had; a partyat JiKlur for Urailfoulunty.. at a certified ,i-heuk Cai.hIer'ICheek to make?
Appliances Color day the last the many payments
I. City ,. Ffldaynlirht. Courthouse at HtiirKe. Flor or bid lend In the
Stereo Magnavox Tractors"South' BARNETT'S Wainwright were Jack. W k\- Mrs. Carl Brown and ida within ''xlxuli'iiclaf\ months imount' of rive percent of the I

Zenith Motorola wright of Waycross Ga. and Mrs. Otis Forsyth wert chaperones : -Too many bills to pay?

General Elecftric Mdat' CompleteFord Commercial and Portrait Mr. and Mrs. Donald Knight I !

"You Get A Good Deal' At-i Dealer" Photography and children of Jacksonville. I Debbie :Blair of Perry Is GLASS That's Our Business
Guaranteed Reconditioned Frames & Custom Framing Visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. F. visiting her grandparents Mr.

f. O. MILLER Evry! Tool Known'Tractor to'Farming .s. 4Sfl8BlaaJ1ngJ3lv. '_ Moore and Mr' *on,:*(T. W Sunday Thomas were of Live Mr. I and Bill Mrs. A.Alderman P. Johns.h& been (, "Jf It'H Glass -'We Have It" EXTRA CASH NOW?

-...... JarknonvlUu 8811461'PIANOS > Oak Mrs. Robert C. Moore of I 'from
transferred Key West to CALL, WRITE or VISIT
__.,_ __ ,Iwa-! MoOre
JarkMonvllle JacksonvilleFord of Lake Jacksonville City Reynee and Dennis Cuba. His wife will reside in1, FOR ANY GLASS NEED LET US HELP YOU WITH YOUR

Hampton while he is stationed
Tractor Co.
Auto Sales & Service Tomson of Jacksonville.Jr..Mr.of there. I We Design Modern Store Fronts MONEY PROBLEMS:\
and Mrs. Fred Moore,
Mr and Mrs. Clarence Ha-!
Beaver St. E. of Lime -
Hendersonvllle NC. are visiting and last Just Mail Us A I'attern For
LANDROVER gan family spent
Jax! KV8-8831 j for Miwlral 1 Advice the Moores this week. J weekend with Mr. and Mrs. 'i Table TopsSHEA'S We Are Trained To Help!
S-Sgt. Grady M. Paulcy Mr !1I.
Lonnie Melton. *
I 'I
their son were
The World's Finest in Pauley and Mrs. Jo Anne Hicks and ,

4 Wheel;Drives MOBILE HOMESUSEDJ. visiting his parents, 'Mr. and family and Debbie Hill are *' GLASS CO. Town Finance Co.

Sold and Servlo-d' by Mrs. Obed Pauley" over* the .spending j several tay8 this J I. :

Roberts' Chevrolet w m weekend.and Mrs. Bobble McClel- week at Flagler Beach. 1313 N.W. 4th PI. Gainesville; Fla. I'hone FR2-1353 .. N. Temple ''*"* Ph. .. .-w.f .

Green Cove Springs. 3033:. & J. Swap Shop Mr. with Linda Croft of Waldo spent ,
Friday evening '
Jacksonville 26 1-9600 Ian spent several days with Donna Fays
Established 1948 Mr. nod Mrs. 'Marvin Futch Irt
USED TRAILERS Crawford. __
Chickering & Jacksonville. Mrs. Kirby Swlnde! and
: Campers from 8' 20' Other Name Brands Mr. and Mrs. Maines Grlffls '
JEEp Mobile. Homes 32' :05'! of Palatka were visiting children Palatka spent last

Trades Bank Financing PIANOS -- CONN ORGANS and sons week with Mr. and. Mrs. Owen ,
Vehicles her mother, Mrs. Simmons- [!J JLowest
Station 24151,, Park Jacksonville. 38H-8319 and sister, :Mrs.
S i Jeep' \Vagoheer' Ilgwy. 21. Orange Park Wilkinson We were sorry to hear of Chevrolet
Bock and Lynn."HAMPTON
Wagons, *. Tel. 261-6321 Daisy the accident of Mrs. A. P.

.i Jeep Universal Johns. sister Mrs. Iris McRad.

S i Jeep Gladiator Trucks'I PICTURE FRAMES I Mr. and Mrs. J. O Adklm "I

.I Authorj| Service MOTORCYCLESHONDA attended the ballet and recitalof

.I Authorize: '!Service'! II Beverly.-jlo' Smith at the priced convertibles.
Approved Civic Auditorium in Jackson-
.> 4 Wheel Drive :t Wheel
SPILLERS'GALLERY ville last Thursday
L By Mrs. Mary William night.
Drive Mr. and Mrs. Major; Lanier

EDDIE BLANDMOTORSln' MOTOHCYjCLUS.: A A A .A. of Pink Hill. N. C spent last Lowest priced hardtops.

Framing weekend wlh Mr. and Mrs:Roy
ALL, MODELS Roark. They attended the
655: W. ADAMSJACKSONVILLE : Merchants Green Stampe Council met June 8 graduation of Dennis Lowest
Arts Roark.
Painting Graphic 11' V8 models.
831-7731; Open 8 A.M. 7 P.M.' with all members present.! and Rut hie returned home

Tues." Wed., Thurs.. Frl. Uaframod Pictures J. Novak. Mr. and: Mrs. William with them for the summer

Parrish MotorsBALKS Salt 8 A.M. 6 P.M. Alderman and Carl, Mrs. Pearl
Open Alexander! of
1043 Park St.-In Five Points Dennison were visitors at the
Closed Sunday & Monday Stone Mountain, Ga. Is visiting "" '
Jet 333-93(11:) ( meeting. her sister Mrs. Katie (And that low price brings you a road-sure ride, Body by Fisher quality, and a

SERVICE: MOTORS CYCLES After 'old business was disposed Saxon. this week. traditionally higher resale value. You also get wider front and rear tread for gr.at....

(PARTS :t! 4010 Blanding Blvd. of Mr. Novak. manager? Janet Saxon of Gainesville stability and handling, foam-cushioned seats, and extra fenders Inside the

J I"onvlUe 771-8211 SEWING: CENTER; of Chamber the Starke-Bradford of Commerce County, presented -. spent last week with Gail Sax- regular ones to help Inhibit rust. Most everything more expenslv. cars give you!)

32 Yars As A Dealer a film strip. 'TI'e role on.Charles Hlnson Is -
visiting 71I
Always Good. Used Card I I of Leadership," showing\ the Mr. and Mrs. Pavld Allen in _: .

821 Laura St.* Jacksonville' :MUSIC H.&N. important part of the Chamber Washington for several days. L .' '

Phone' 856-5834 of Commerce played In Mr. Mrs. sfl
and W. E. Town fr
SEWING CENTER employment and prospect senfl tof Feinandina Beach __

BEAUTY ACADEMY for new industry for our area.He .spent last
Sunday with Mr.
Paulus Music Co. 1! 1967 Singer made a plea for cooperation and Mrs Jeff Baker and family -

American and financial support, .

Hairstyling Band. &. String Instrumetns Auto Zig Zag and active partlclpatlo i In the Mr. and Mrs J, O. Adklns
of Commerce.;! The
Gibson Guitai's' & Amplifiers Chamber recently attended,. th4: itcitals _
Academy & council voted to assist _
Like New' of Walter Prevatt In Starke _
School suppllelllnstructlon check for
Issuing a
21 W. MONROBJACKSONVILLE by and Toye Richard In Ocala.
: !: 833-0391 Roberts Recorders Console $100. One of the council '
Model makes.fancy designs I and: Mrs. Orvllle Brook-
Music Llbrary--Joxpert.: members will represent Hamp- Ins
I'tltche8. monograms,, at'each Chamber meeting. days camping _
Department ton
Repair I at Tomoka State Park at Or-
RiversideHairstyling overcasts sews on b ttons.mak'e Lester Slade has almost
mond Beach last we>k On
41V.. Monroe St.' button holes & blind complete. :;;! razing of tie old Wednesday
I they were called to
Jacksonville, 333-8117 stitches. No attachments -- bank balldlng and this 'r.-lll be Columbus. Ga. due to the

Academy 3310 Beach Bld.Jactomnvine finished shortly.
death of Mrs Brooklna' biOther. :
Demonstrator $64 or $6 per -
2639 PARK ST. 898-3001 I Future resurfacing T. C Kllllngsworth.:

JACKSONVILLE /988-8337 mo. 'Call Jax 771-1850. streets. Was discussed. Present. Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Harvey .. .. ,

Accredited II. & N. !Sewing' Ctr. patching was completed at a and daughter of Albany. Impala Convertible-with most V1Ylh'il9h.? ; % ; priced cars give you

Qualified Instructors cost ot ,$300. Financially. the I Oa. spent the weekend with See your Chevrolet dealer

Modern Styling OPTICIAN City. of Hampton Is In several better r, Mr and Mi .. Roy Roark. during his Camaro Pacesetter .s a I e

Monthly Classes shape than in the past Mrs. Hilda and Chevrolet' value f i. another
WESTERN STORE due In part to Increased: Griffith Special buy on Camaro Sport Coupes and Convertible greater reason you get
"Where tomorrow's atyU..tsare years
-, asessments daughter of Miami were visit- specially equipped with: 250-ctblc-lncli Six> 155 hp Deluxe

tralnf'd"EI.ECTRlc'lIOTOUS' I property RECEPTION: FOR SENIORS ing their aunt. Mrs. T.. P. steering wheel Bumper guards front and rear Whuewall, that

The Baptist Churcn held a Brown. bn Sunday. tire* Wheel covers Wheel' opening moldings Striping surer feeling

LITTLE DUDE reception for the 'ones who Mr and Mrs Ernest Greene along the sides Extra interior brightwork And at no extra ,

al1l:!' Mrs. Mary Alice Waldron cost during the sale, you can get the special hood stripe and a
Peavy Brothers I '[[SSlOAL' OPTICAl Western Store graduated this yenr, after | and daughter spent Sunday In floor shift, for the 3-spaed transmission! SALE SAVINGS.TOO. p It.
Electric Co. COMPANYPrescrlptlona services Sunday I Orlando with Mr-'\ Greene's ON' SPECIALLY' EQUIPPED HALF-TON FUEETSIDE PICKUPS
\Vhere You'll Find Everything from the Church were Tony
: sister. Mrs. Mildred Owens. (Model CS 10934)).
ELEcTRIC: MOTORS C Filled For the Horse Kennan. Wendy Hill. Ronnie
and nenhew.. : TJH-I-V! OWenll, ./ of
ServicedRepaired Broken Lenses Duplicated Enthustast"Western Dyal, and Charles Hinson. Texas. ----, --r- : I __.___ _h. ._ .
rators--Starte" Clothing Leather- COUNCIL |
a Artificial Eyes INDIES Mrs. Eunice Morrls and
Alterations 'C &goods: Saddles and Trailers The Ladles Council met at.'
Eyewear Specialists Miss Sue
Morris are spending Baldwin
Armature Rewinding Charles & Sharon Petty the homeof Mrs. Shirley Chevrolet: Jne.STARKE
the summer
wMi ; arid Mrs.
4044 Lenox Ave. 213 Laura 8t .lux", S5I1-5.W5 8O3: So. KdgewiMid: Ave. Norman Monday night with Benny" r .
387-23" Park !St.' "u STI-HOIS Saxon.Mr ,
Jacksonville '1034 : Jacksonville 384-1210 five members present' Mrs.
and Mtt -

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PAGE TWTXVK: BR.\ FOnD COUNTV Tr.t.EonApn.: : RTARK1'':, ".mUD' TIIT'RSDAV.{!" .T1T3VF': U 1901

vvvvvv..V VY V VYT.y.y,, Mrs Dave Coverdale pnd son 800 Scabccs Get 40 Letters From we wish the war was over' and.: I the sands of Chu La), Fcuth
are Mr. and Mrs. Moffet of .
you could come homo. Vietnam: 'We wish the fame I
Koblesvllle. Ind. I SchoolNearly I And from the sehvteamen 01'11 and thank you for the letter"
Debbie Thomas of Baldwin : I Hampton Elementary .
'. :
spent last Friday and Satur- .' .' ., I I -
By Mm. A. C. Sliula day here with Nancy Slade: ( forty a to 10 year I men In the whole Universe.
Phone 889-4491 Vacation Bible School started olds In the Hampton Elemen- And you make America what
.:! Monday of this week at tary School took their !'t'ncUsand I It Is today-atrontr, brave, and Florida Theatre
yyyyyyyyyyVyyyyyyyyy the Maxvllle Baptist Church. notebaok: paper In nan'i free. You know you can'' win
Last Thursday a'tcrnoon one spring afternoon and:! against the Viet Cong: eaause.I .
NEW' ARRIVALS the Maxvllle Boys softball wrote their hearts out to tho I like America you're strong." Showtime Weekdays ':00Sunday 3:00
: -
Mr. and Mrs. Oene Johnson
team weiner roast
enjoyed a
Sallor-Seabee of NavalConstruction
men Other comments in the 40
are the proud parents of a.second at the Civic Club here. ; Saturday '1::00
Battalion. MCB
letters read 'You shouldbe
daughter. Debra Jean Mrs. Avory Slade and 71 based on the ..sand of hero now because! girls'
born Saturday. June 10 pt St.Vincents' last !Monday FRI. SAT. JUNE
daughter were Chu Lai. South Vietnam. xklitii are getting shorter and 16. 1,7
Hospital in Jack- night visitors In Jacksonvilleof -' f I : | It seems that their teacher. shorter You know the.more Double Feature! Program/

sonville.Mr and MatmalgrandPB1'entsare Mrs. Doss Hlgginbotliam. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wood- Bill Cllett has a younger I think about sailors! the more S.IflJM? CtI r.a,
i brother with the Scabres who want to the Air Force. .
ard.Mrs. i I join I Uewitching! Laugh/ mot !
Henry Orlffls received wiote back home telling of the When I get old enough I
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Ihom83 emergency treatment Satur- life his fellow Navy men were might come help you light, In Color
announce the birth of a day afternoon at the Baptist under the hot and
having sun but I am only ten now. I '
eon, Tony Kevin, on Wednesday n "THE SPIRIT IS
Memorial Hospital In Jack- in the choking dust of Viet- bet you guys need some, alr- \.A
June '7, at the Ed Fraser sonville\ for an injured foot. conditioning to cool :you' off I TAYLOR
Memorial Hospital in Mac- Spending this week with! Mr. nam.Nearly WILLING"
40 letters tiom the ,
If I had a big -enough
clenny. Maternal grandmothers and Mrs. Dan Hargroves are ,
Hampton school expressed the envelope, I'd send yo<\ a girl
Mrs. W. H. Rape of Boanoke I
Rita Manning and Diane
) Ala. Mother and baby Orlffls of Marclenny. ..* .1 concern) that our younger citizens Did you hear that'Elvis Sid Caesar Vera Miles
.. have for the war that Pressly got married? .
came home Saturday. Harry
Weekend visitors of Mrs. \
is taking their fathers brothers
Raymond Kllgore has been Dorothy Waters and sun were .-....- _._- -'-..,...-_._... -- ---;. -L-----.... and many other Americans One young lad Marshal' C.I John Mrfiivcr
confined to the Naval Air Mr. and:! Mrs. Bill Rcblnso.iand !showed a bit of serious con- :: Cast Daley, John I\stln(
from their homes.
Station Hospital In Jacksonville daughter of Hlllard.* Itlll Alexander] center anil Richard Sterliu. rxphtln tIieIrInd usa map of the away cern over the current Vietnam ,

for the past two weeks. Owen Waters daughter of I,I StarVe Planning I District to the County; Zoning Committee. Nine-year-old. Jane Lott conflict when he wrote, : 'First. ,I
wrote "to
Mrs. Leon Fraser and me you are I want to th ank you- all for\
Mr and Mrs. Waters of
the nicest: kindest. bravest I SUN., MON., TUES. JUNE 18, 19, 20
lousy rotten:
of Jacksonville fighting In this ;
daughter were
Jacksonville, is spending som*:!
Sunday visitors of Mr. and I time here with her grandmother Land Use Map Explained war. But the main trung is
Mrs. Avory Slade and family. Mrs. Dorothy Waters. vvvvvy'vvyyvvmvyvvBROOKER to keep! the torch of freedom
Avory Sade! visited Sunday- Baccaulerate Services for 48 going. Personally, I night In Jacksonville with Mr. North Vietnam is being very adventures
of Baldwin
and Mrs. J. T. Hendry I School graduates High nice about the whole\? lnll." inmadmoc3.(
were held Tuesday -
Group :
County Zoning
Mr and Mrs. Lestpr Slade June 5. at School Audtorlum: Steve Hall put his to- 'ear- lc Europe!
of Hampton were last Mondav) Graduation exercises was held By Joyce StokonIIIKTIIIIAV old thoughts on things in general .$ MGM *
afternoon visitors of Mr. and in another way:
I Wednesday night, June 6. Work on. a land IIHO miip tcrmln.lnj the major UHO is of the county The commit.ee! AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.A AAAA& I'm dropping a llne
Mrs. Slade and "
Avory family.I
This week visitors of Mr. and Among the 48 graduates there which, when completed; will snmetunes'. "an arbitrary decl- will\ also have to give consideration PAKTY And not an explosive. ;nine,
play a large part In determining -I Hlon.. You've. really got I L1cm. prob- to the /uture de- Mrs. C. J. TetHtonr honored You better be glad
Bradford' zoning: code was J'i ." (I rvelopment of tho county. Purpose her lion, Chile-It. and daughter 'Cause It I had-
approved recently 'by the Long and Sterba used 12'I of a zoning-code< he salJ. Pat with a !birthday party at This I quote- ;,_ #
County Zoning Committee.The categories of land uses Improved Is to make an area grow along the Community Center, Friday YOuldn.t be reading this .- I kPMdA
rc map Is being compiled pasture' natural pas the lines the community wants night. Outdoor games were note. : I
by Tax Assessor ftene Long til'a and/or scattered pine, to grow. It I li method of played and .enjoyed after which Latest news is the stock exchange -I' II r.maaWEI -- -----
and Richard Sterba. director of swamp planted pine. row planned development) he said. refreshments were served. I
the Urban Coumcllnu; and Hi- crops timber, road*, commercial -, Use of the grids on the nurriiDiY PARTY
search Service at the University pecans/ railroad. poultry, aerial photographs to divide Miss Dianne Stokes was hon- Now Selling at. everything the end of In all-range. )., THURS. JUNE 21, 22
of Florida. Sterba and his farm, reHldcntlal. the county into squares Is a ored with a lovely birthday
assistant Bill Alexander explained The map demonstration I new concept In preparation of party at the Brooker Commune. Goodbye from Steve Hall.Forty .
how the map will bo Thursday ,night was for the;, laud usa' surveys, Sterba said. My Center Saturday night. Out young minds put 40
used' In a meeting; held In8- Staike ;planning District! Most' land l use maps tolloN') the\ door games. were played afler different thoughts down on 40
I sessor Long's office. which means the area surrounding contour of land and the unes, which the honoree and gu"at different' pieces of notebook iipttfrlBURNINGWITH
Tho map codes. the land according tho City of Starke. aren't established for cacti went to the home of her parents # paper to 800 men of a Naval I

I to Its dominant use The area south of Starke waa! email area. .... }'Tr. find 1 Mrs.. Ru'1yStokca construction bittallon In Viet-
Sterba said. Long-'ir part in the still uncompleted. Committee members( present for hot dogs and othel'refreshments. nam. But all\ said the same AN INTERNATIONAL ALL-STAR CASTHiiWiBHi1BisBainUiMiliMMi9iMsimlisViiM
LiW operation came In using his!! The committee gave the go-I r Thursday "night were David thing in different ways
I aerial photographs of the ahead on similar maps fot Coats, Betty Edward John Mrs. J. B. RUSH and family "we're proud of you.
I county to determine tho use planning districts surrounding. Torode. M. O. McMillan, Vincent of Apopka were visiting rela- I

I of each 1.6 acre. Lawtey Brooker, and Hampton J. Spengler, Basil Davis, tives in Brooker thin weekend. : ... . .. .
A grid divided Into 400 The next meeting Is set Dr. H. IL Adams and Long. Her father Gentry Stoked! accompanied .
squares each. 1.0 acres in area at 8 p.m., Thursday June 22, The Urban Counseling and them back to' 4 :;. w1&i" :.
Is placed over each section olland when the Committee{ will meet Is. Apopka. for a few days stayC. 11 ;
Research Service a federally
on.the.photographs ixinj. with representatives of all four L. Atkinson the
I, .. which has buer.' spent
'then looks at 'each- tlma-: municipalities including Starke, funded project
weekend In Apopka with Mr.
I square and determines thr! to demonstrate the Starke In exlatance abut: a year. Its and Mrs. Jack El more.. 301 DRIVE-IN THEATRE j

Our with the Armed Forces major use I of that particulararea. Planning District map and see purpose, Sterba said It to as- Dale Stokes Is spending the
man .. The assessor. says de- if the cities would like a Ian i I sist small communities, like week with his mother Mrs.;

Because beet ia such a favorite with service men we use. map made out for them Bradford l County, to get startedon Betty Norton. In Lake Hamil I
brewers like to do all wo can to keep its surroundings were from Maxvllle.' Miss{ JufcyHarils Sterba said If the municipalities nf planning ton. SUNDAY THRU WEDNESDAYJUNE
right. So (IJSBA representatives nerve aa ndviwr, daughter of Mr. and should conxlder a p.nn- some typ. ", pro Michael\ I Cantlon flew to

members. of the Armed Forces Disciplinary Control Mrs. Lonnie Hairls. MUs Rita .'jin# program It should Ideally gram. : Columbus, (in. last weekend to 18, 19, 20, 21 .
Boards throughout the country. !Brown. daughter of Mr. anc' be continuous and on the same upend the weekend with Sgl
These men from the USBA operate hand in hand basis with the county. River NIGHTLY'ALL ,
Mrs. Charlie Brown ana! Roger Suwanee and Mrs.' Charles Robinson and : 2 COMPLETE SHOWS'
civilian with malt beverage
with service and police,
I Waters son of.Mrs.. Dorothy Committee Chairman. George family, and to visit with his
licensees, public boards und committees: military : ; .
Waters. Congratulation! Roberts and Sterba pointed to brother. Pvt. Patrick Cantlen!' TICKETS '$1.00
civil, profcKuonal. Object: to protect thono; who ore
underage and to insure strict observance! of the law. j NOTICEA the many hours of' work it For July4th. who Is stationed\! at Fort Ben-
I Bar-B lQ wlll'be MId Fri takes to prepare a detailed hlng. After arriving learned THE WORLD'S MOST AMAZING ATTRACTION_ _
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W.',e proud of the work they do. @ daY the Maxvllle June Civic 16.! at Clui 5 p.Adults m. at Jand basis lisa from map.which, It will the form county'szoning the The Alachua Council County will Conservation offer- so that both brother flew Pat back has home a pass to, I RtUascd at last By recent decision of tho High Court: CROWDS)

UNITED STATES BREWERS ASSOCIATION, INC. will code will ev.J1 ve. free boat rides on the Suwannee the weekend here with all America it UNCENSOREDI UNCUT!
Music spend Now can see |
Children 50c. 242,000
$1 rROWDSI _ _ _ _ _
P.O. BOX 273 WINTER PARK, FLORIDA River July 4 in an effort Mrs.
be enjoyed afterwards. Every "That's the reason people: parents ''Mr. and Leroy I reopiiMwiT

L one try to attend.IT'S think we're"not doing any to "Save the SuW'a' .111ce" from I Stokes. ': : : : _IM_Ml_*_YOO&_ I_]
:thing. They don't Understand the threat of pollution. Cpl. John Lewis. of VVashlugr-
Jiovv"" much work !goes Into the Included in the day long ton, D.C. was homo for .r.hc ) .
I I map," Roberts said joatacade will be a. ncrr Picnic weekend. Also Pvt. Joe Robinson II In anil.M.ke Knillo\ha.'and It Ono.i TV
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Before a zoning code can be lunch and speakers' on from Alabama. ; : LIKI IT BBfORil! M3VIRIW Now He* II* '
'established. Sterba said, .t will\ pollution and the present, condition Reecta Lewis of Wiggins, L'p Nt also be necessary to make 9n > of the river. Miss. U here to spend several I If You ('.n',Take It, Doni lxNIVIRANYTHIMO: ....Akee this great progiam. J \ Mu.t Hon't Miss
economic and study Between 300 and 400) people weeks with her grandparents, I
population ,
ILLEGAL are expected to take part In Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Atkinson. C YOU HAyS ivn M YOU lift' NIT TOT DIIIM TO KNOW MOII AtOUT TNt FACT Of UPI,THIS .N VpUK OOIDIN Of PO -

the trlp.accordlnar: to Mrs. J. and Mr. and Mrs. Emory TUNITY AND YOU CAN'T AfTOO TO MISt THI ONCI 'IN A 1IFITIMI P000RAM.8REM .

NflTU"'Jo) : OP INTK.VTlr: -.TOtJ.lIHITI'Ht H Graham of :Mit aropy."Everyone : Lewis In Starke.
\It KH-rmors NAMKNutlrd i Is invited," she

For Any Person or Persons to Engage in thu 1. under.llrn.d.unde"of In'I'luil'ter iHTisby,,\ ZO.H1S Klvi-n" 'Die, I l that>iwcif rovlnlnni -.. said hopes adding to gain that support the council by Bennlnff Pvt. Billy his Wood been here of Fort on : ECo2OS

Florid, /\ut or I lath, willr'Klmer showing the scenic beauty of emergency) leave for tho past |
with the Clork nf the
I circuit Court. In and, for Hrad- the historical river. several days. Billy's grand- !
Business Under A Fictitious Name Unless ford "',,"ny, Klarldx. ut!>(>n r'.-: The boatacade will\ \ start father, John. McNeil is very 111 J ,
rrlpt thin notli-e of proof I tha of rii-titluiiH publlcatln mime of from Mrs. Graham's hone on at his home. CP ",

.,r Hnyrl Knt,'r|>rlHPB, und"r which the Suwannce. located a quarter Gps1-co
I am Hiimifffit, In .iMmlncB. MtRniltn
l the Name Is Registered \ I. Hex, 8711-A 'Hturke, of a mile downstream! '
Klorlriu.Ulfnn. from the bridge at the City of 'I
\ M I'liiwfnnl(' ISmile 1.Ho I. Suwannee River, whee U. S. 30:1.:
U72-A. lit II rico. Kill.' nolfowner
19 crosses' the river. The.road: EXCITING!
Read This Florida Law DRted thin Milt lay of Suns. will be marked.
1\n... IVH7. ul Stark! Bradford welcome to DRIVE-IN
Campers are
County. Flurldu. 8/8 U SV spend the night Mrs. Or">. nmSEE oM Fearles
"It shall be unlawful fur any pcrwm or persona, M defined ......, t* I I laill "' .' ::J

mirage in business, ax herein defined under a fictitious name. herein defined I OPEN SUNDOWN ____

without nnd unless said fictitious name shall be registered wtth the 'ADMISSIONAdults I _

lerk of the circuit court of the county where the principal plac *f bodneaMfa INSTANT 1I0USING 73c Students 60c: ; EXCLUSIVE SHOWING! _

witfc registration shall consist of IIJIr.<
signed by. all interested persona stating under oath th.'nantea .fJl 'I

em thoe Interested In the business enterprise the -ntent'> of the In', TIIUR.. Fill.. SAT. :
; ,ion DODSON Oil l IJHUCE 1AiLTiN FOil JUNE 15. 1G. 17 ;
teretrt of each. and the fictitious name under hleh aald. bnaJnean .Is carried THE nEST DEAL ON. A NEW Oil >"' 1 : oI'
en. Said registratIon' may not be made until the person or person* denlrlrif RECONDITIONED; i Double Feature l'rOKrumShes t. .

to enrasre in business under a flctltiona name shall hav. adVertlaed ols or ;

their Intention to register said fictitipua nAme at least; nce<
(.4)) consecutIve I weeks In some newspaper! as .defined. fey,law In-the) .count MOBILE HOME ',,"Or''';Dlost i- ,,* I'"- ,,, -
beautifulb2nAvvbberf _ I;
where said registration Is to be mde| and.1O&1d.'rMntlon shall not be' : I t t.f ,' '. 4 ___ 'l 0. 'I o ____________
'accepted by the clerk of the circuit court, e'eept upon reeelVing prO 61 ,f/ .. ., I ,, -.f! i ''t __ _

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If you are engaged in business under any name 2 AND 3 BEDROOM MODELS "penelope ff -!1.i. \ ,

All Ages & All Prices 111IiI! !_iIII III R&mPlniavlsMHT .> .

other than your own and have not had this name .. !, ft I .I '
Low Down Payment! Monthly Payments LessThan ..d.M4'IJtJmluf' ff : ii'; i : ,

proDerly advertised and registered we riD be ent I'LUSflrnJberedforMIirnei- f I _

glad to give all Information to I ? IRAMATfC _

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Vice President Alkliu, VanPelt, B. Clark. J. Kauffnutn, J. imlwtn. Treasurer

Praised At Commencement City Books week.,
Recreation Dept. Announces Both Edwards and Rosser

have' indicated they will to
Are ForRegistration
Open candidates for re-eleotlon in

Summer Program of ActivitiesThe September If the referendum

Grads In Awards authorizes: that the offices remain -
67 Win $21,000 elective.Summer ,

Summer Playground' 'eyball. tetherball shuffleboard Voter registration books are
Program of the Starke Recrea i contents and tournaments now open for the special referendum .

lion Department will start al !!, doll shows, pet shows, A total of $21,350 In college auditorium was filled and ian Church, gave the invocation no the exact number making on July 18 to decide ProgramIs
9 a.m. Monday at Pratt overnight campouts, and scholarships has been overflow spectators lined the and benediction. arrangements to attend college whether the positions of City Rotary TopicThe

Street Playground. parades. awarded to members of Brad- walls to see the 163 graduates Scholarship" could not be determined Im Clerk, and Chief of Police
The first hundred boys and The summer program for ford High School's 1967 graduating switch the tassels on their Following Is a list of scholarships mediately. shall be elective or appointive. Bradford County schools'
girls to register (age 7 through}, boys and girls. 4 through 6, class Supervising Prin- caps and. stand for recogn- won by members of Last year approximately 40 Regardless of ,the outcomeof Hummer program, which baa
12)) will receive a free pass t< will start at 9 a.m.- Monday cipal C M. Clark told a itlon when Introduced bY.HJrl1. ,the classA : per cent of the graduates began the vote both Clerk Merrill been commended aa one of the
the Florida Theatre. under the supervision of Mrs standingroomonly audience School Principal H. A. Sprow $5,200 baseball scholar college and about 28 per Edwards and Chief Bill Roaner boat In the state by Tallahassee -
The playground will be In Joyce Griffith. Hours will be will remain in office until the officials at
of friends and relatives a: The traditional attdtogeZ. ship to the University of cent finished their first year. was outlined
operation from June 19 through from 9 a.m. until 12 noon at commencement exercises last welcome was given 'by Jim Georgia for Wayne MrLeod. Clark! expects that percentageto expiration' of their terms In. the Rotary Club Wednesday;

July 28 with supervisors from Pratt Street. Friday night in the BItS audi- Godwin, a High Honor grad- r-An $3,000 appointment to increase slightly this year September.Registration. L. H. .Gibson director..
9 a.m. to 12 noon and from Fun and games are in.store torium. uate: and the farewell by Da- Army's West Point Military with the Santa Fe Junior Col- books will remain Taking part In.the discussion

2 ,to 5 p.m. daily-,..*.Mondaythrough for ',these children with( trips "In the next.lew weeks .we vid Silcox, an honor graduate l . Academy for Jim Godwin.. lege in Gainesville open and open until 16 days before of 'v..lou.phaslB. of the program
FrIday: to zoos Fire Department,. and expect the figure to reach a Other student participation --.A $7.500 football scholar- free transportalon '.proVidedfor the referendum Activities to be offered Include 30.000.." the Included of Kan- ballots will be available at the Johns James I* Temple, and
other events- to make it 'an total! of at least on program ship to the University Bradford County students.) I
tennis Instruction, baton Clark said In commending the "HlghliBhto; from Camelot" by age for Larry Brown. City Hall bv the end of thla Supt. Tom Casey
arts and crafts, vol. Interesting summer:
twirling class on its record of achievement the BUS band, and the class Clvitan Club grants of -- -- --- .'
song "Walk with Faith In $125 each to Jearlean Johnsonand I
Every seat In the large Your Heart" sung by four Donald Salazar.
RECREATION NEWSPLAYGROUND 1 members of the graduating -BHS Student Government

class: Jayne Hardy. La Von scholarships to Jearlean: John-
,Standing auditorium. The public Collins Frank Hardy and son and Bill Meng.In SQUAREDANCING

Two teams from'.atark. ,.will isjnvlted. Harry Hatcher. addition another $1.-
participate in a league com Four candidates from the Superintendent of Schools 000 Is still pending in low-coat
One supervised playground of Starke. Lake Butler, Su ke. National Guard unit Tom Casey changed the tassc-|I' ,loans from the State Depart-
will be In operation this sum-
Live Oak and Palatka.! Home are enrolled In this year'sOCS. on the cap of David!: Silcox, > ment of Education's School
mer. The playground will be played at WestSide They are David 1. Bennett class president, which was the Loan Commission, Clark said-
will begin on Monday. June games with the schedule a senior and three first signal for all of the gtaduaea No figures were availablethis
19. and close on FI :ay. July Park later. year men, Wayne S Kinney to do likewise, symbolizingtheir week on how many of the V
28- Open hours are 9'a. m. to to be announced Baseball and Ronald L. Thomas, both graduation. Diplomas 172 graduates will attend col-
12 noon and from 2 p. m. to American Legion of Starke' and John G. Kuyk- his office
departmentwill were handed to them after the lege. The principal; said -
5 p. m. Mondays through Fri This year this the American endall of -Gainesville program is still mailing transcripts.

days. The playground will be administer with the cooperation The traditional "Blue Corenotiy" Rev. Robert D. Burch. In addition some student ,
supervised by competent personnel Legion program of Post 56. Harold for seniors will be hrh pastor of the First Presbyter have mailed several transcripts EVERYSaturday
to conduct general mechanics at 10 a.m.. Sunday on the Camp _
games. crafts and Davis will manage the team Blanding parade ground. Gater

sports that conform to playground assisted by Randall Davis. will be open to the public.
operation. These acti- Schedule will be announced as

vities are designed for youngsters It.' is completed-
from ages 7 to 12 years. Tiny Tot Program ReservationsNow I
TENNIS INSTRUCTIONSTennis Boys and girls ages 4,

lessons for boys and through 6 years. This programwill II Being Made

girls will be taught at the be supervised by Mrs.
Pratt St. tennis courts. Registration Tony Griffith and will be held I

will be held during the at the Starke Recreation Cen Daniel, D. Patterson Orange I MUSIC .BYSHORTY.

week of June 19 at the Recreation ter. A upeclal enclosed! play 1 Park' town commissioner, will I
Center; Hours of instruction area will be utilized by will beheld 'serve'as master of ceremonies

will be announced. group. This program for the dinner on June 23
through Friday yt.
INSTRUCTION Monday tr'ir
B.\T.ON sponsored by the Clay County
Reglstraion; for Baton lessons from 9 until 11:30: a. m. Republican Club at which r

will be heH the week of Special Events will Sen.. Tom Slade, of Duval a '1a

June 19 at the Center. Bobblo Several special events County, Will speak. !
will be the In- be scheduled throughout
SUP Barksdale his first address
In making
summer Doll Show. pet,Show, I
structor. In Clay County. Sen. Slade
TIME Over Night ,Camp-Outaapd I '
current legislative -
Will discuss the
The center will be 'open forteenagers Para e" -Tournament ; session which has created -j tit
each afternoon Women' Softball :
'dally headlines as a result MEDLOC.K
Monday through Friday from The Sub-District Tour- of 'many controversial issues .
held here.
:a to 5 p. m. on each Tuesday nament will be under consideration.Also Ii
This tourney Is t a 1 .
Satur August
Thursday. Friday introductionare tf
slated for
day night from 7:30: t> 10:30: the first-step. in advancing to a number of persons from II

p-Time m. will Participants be required ofTeen to purchase state, To' obtain competition.further Informa- Clay from County Keystone, including Heights several, who ; FORMERLY \WITH TOBY DOWDY TV SHOW

a membership card at a tion please visit the uperinendent'B for
receiving appointments
W. Prat are
fee of 25c for the summer. I office at various str.te and local boardsby
BASEBALL i st.'or phone 984-6791. Kirk. i ALSO -
In addition to the regular Ooverior
Small League. Boysages '
Fry The dinner will be held at I I
7, 8, 9 Games will staff the following summer
be played each years.Monday and personnel will be employed In 6:30 the: p. m. Friday Park High June School.23. at It's instinctive with squirrels but people have to learn it: a good II
Thursday at 2:45: and 3:45: at -the program: 'Ed Magee Play- Reservations may be made I [reserve behind you makes you brave, brisk and bushy-tailed! With I
ground DlrettorBI11: : Clyatt I '
Pratt, St. Park. Teen Center Supervisor: Linda with Bill. Reynolds, Jr. In .money in the bank, you reflect more self-confidence and
BasebnlK Boys
Bantam: Boys Recreation Leader Keystone Heights. do. So save regularly -.and watch yours ROCK
acres 10. 11. 12 years. Gamesare Rae Rosier ence in everything you AND ROLL

played each Monday and) : Bobble Sue Barksdale Re- *eserve grow, -_
Thursday at 5 and 6:30 at creation Leader; Mrs. Joyce Road Bond

Pratt St. Park Orlftlth.'Tiny'Tot Supervisor Recreation: V On vacation and business/ trips carry"
Powder Puff Softball. Girls Charles Duvall OK'dBy
ages; 13. 14. 15. St" 16. Games Leader, and Maintenance. Issue snnoj1
played Tuesday and Thursday '
nights\ at 8 p. m. at Pratt St. National Guard BoardA

Pintail Softball: O'rls'! ages $500,000: l rlsue of ,
OCS proposed
10. 11 & 12 years Games played Underway road bonds for Bradford County ..r9fun4//Joitor._ oenSp- b/wayw/ier. .:Coat-oa/y. a penny a dollar.),

Tuesday and 'Thursday at At has L been approved by Flor j1 New Kingsley
3 p. m. at Pratt !St.! Park. BlandingSeventy Ida' Bond Review Board,

Women's Softball. Women headed by Gov. Caaude,,Kitk,
aaes 17 and over. Games played seniors and 94 The bonds were issued undera FLORIDA 1

on Mondav nights at West first year' men are attending law permitting counties to

Side Park 7:30: & 8:43.: Friday National Guard Officer Candidate pledge their surplus gasoline -'
nights at Pratt'St. Park. 7:30: School at Camp Blanding tax revenues to retire road ;
St 8:45. June 1125.: bonds. BANK I AT .STARKBOne I{ : \ Beach

Men's Softball l Mrn play at Dr. Joseph W. Fordyce Bradford will use the funds

West Side Park, Tuesday and oresident of Santa Fe Junior to rebuild Hydrocarbons Road of 30 Banks of the Florida National Group
Thursday night at'7'' & 8:30: College, will
p. m. ,graduation exercises to be held to improve State Road 16 Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
Pony League Baseball.: Boys 'nt 10 a m. Sunday. June 23 starting at U.S. 30>1, east to

.:r--s; 13 14 it 15 years. Iin the air-conditioned Camp ,the Clay County Und -=

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I KEYSTONE HILITES Keystone On Parade Coming Along $47,995 Spending ProgramSet

By Jim Fox \Woman's Club Tells City Council

Please Phone In Your Items 473-4143 Council

By Keystone

:1 "The show is on the road."

WOMAN'S CLUB NEWS I Leila'. this Thurss Fri., and I for the Keystone On Parade

Plans' for K. O. P. (Keystone Saturday. No Charges Please,,
celebration planned by the Appointment I A to flk.
new budget totaling "7, will be set accordingly. change for clay use as

on Parade week are in DUPILCATE BRIDGE ..Woman's club Mrs. Freemont 995. an increase of $2,683 over Just one other change was The Council voted to accept
full swing according! to Mr Winners of the Duplicate I Tolles told the City Council Of New
MayorIs 1966-67. 'was adopted by the made in committee's budget the deal WatkinS had made,
Henry Schuber publicity Bridge Club meeting on June Tuesday night In keeping the will tho
Keystone City Council TUesday proposal and that was suggested if the FAA approve
chairman for the KeytOflOWoman's 8 were: First place vith' 49 city fathers informed. PostponedAppointment night. by Thomas. The Keystone removal of the clay.

Club- Remember the points Louis Kyle and Stan Dates for the week-long .
or the Increase $1,000 Is Woman's Club was budgeted Looked into the possibility

dates for these events will be LaCoste; second, place with 43 event are June 29 until July 6, simply a bookkeeping procedure $300 for its Civic Improvement of allowing Bradford County

from Thursday June 29 points. Mr. and Mrs. Albert, Events scheduled to date areA : of a ne'V mayorto to show that amount has Program after they submitted 'to construct a wayside park on

through Thursday July 6. Bachmann: third place with golf tournament on opening replace former Mayor Al been It also
received by the city and a list of projects to the council. airport property. was
We hope to see our Keystone 37 V4 points, Mrs. W. Terry day. June 29. at the Nelson. who died last Thursday disbursed t to the Keystone Fire Since the Club seems to agreed to go along with that

golfers and summer visItors >and Mrs. H. T. Dent; fourth Keystone Golf and Country has been postponed for a Department. The $1,000] comes be taking the responsibility of request if FAA approves.

at the Keystone Height: place with 38 H points Mr. Club.Art month by the Keystone City ----.,.- from Clay County Commis keeping up with the needed -Set the cost of building

Golf club for the event on and Mrs Ray Starnes. show for the Council.
to run improvements Thomas said, permits at $2 for a carport
June 29. This will be an 18- The Duplicate Bridge Club,' entire length of the celebration Chairman Roy Watkins who Stefan Brokas Awarded sion.Most of the remaining $1- the Council would do well)) to garage, $3 for a one-room ad-

hole Best-Ball Tournament sponsored by the Keystone in the meeting room at Is acting mayor until an appointment 183 increase comes from higher give them the operating funds. dltlon. and $5 for two roomsor

starting at 8 a. m. The tournament Woman's Club. meets on I City Hall. Is made or until a Football Scholarship wages according to Finance Major sources of the city'sIncome more-

: will be open to men. Thursday night at 7:30: p. m., -A flea market on Saturday new mayor Is elected In December and Taxation Chairman Walt besides property taxes -Told Airport Manager

'women and Junior golfers, who at the Masonic Hall. July 1. suggested the one- Stefan Brokas, hefty Indian The Thomas. The Council______ accented_____ n__ are: cigarette tax U 8,000. Homer Satterfleld the city
6-2, Brokas
with established 18- "-II NEWS and told the 195-pound
qualify contest Mon month delay
-Beauty on has his proposed budget unanim- Utility tax $.....00. franchise clerk will obtain a new licensefor
fullback received the first
Members of Members of the Keystone the was the biggest ground gainerfor
hole handicaps. day. July 3. A contest for children councilmen to think over ously and with little dIscuss- the airport.
football tax from. Clay Electric $2.000
the Woman's Club trill be In Heights 4-H chapter will have is set for the. afternoon, appointment in the meantime. schoarship ever award the Indians. accounting .

charge of refreshments. an Exhibit Day and Bake Sale in the park and an evening Councilmen Walt Thomas and ,a. Keystone Heights High for more,than a mile on the i ion.The : road and bridge fund ,from:\ ---Agree, at Chairman Watkins' -
School athlete.The' city's income from all county $3.600 and garbage suggestion, to have City
There has been great Interest on Saturday, June 24. at the contest. and amateur program' Huntley Redfearn Immediately ground during the last two i sources except advalorm taxes fees $4.400.. () Attorney Burwlck Anderson
full, four-year scholarship
the vacant lot next to Belote.sdrug I for In the '' backed the chairman'ssuggestion. seasons. The three-letter athlete -
and enthusiasm over the grown-ups Keystone up
totals $33.730 leaving bal- for retrial of a
'I' awarded by Wichita also a Expenses, which total $47-' prepare paper
made played varsity basketball -
All .
store. projects
week-long arts and crafts I High gym. ,
State Unlversly, Wichita. for three anceof $12,245 to the raised 995. were listed as: administrative resident who is delinquent
show. Forty-five talented peo- by the members during the -Ringing of Bells on Tues Watkins told the council yearand
from real estate If ,decision
and personal salaries] and garbage a
Kan. Is presented to Brokas In : expenses
ple have been Invite;! to par- year, will be on display. Pleasebe day July 4. "We want to 1'10111 and a rather large group of placed twice In state track property taxes. The mlllage $8.760, streets $8,873 garbage favorable to the city U received -
ticipate. If you paint or workIn sure to stop by and obeerve everything from church bells citizens who apparently had above photo by Les Rhoden; meets with the discus. .
will then
I and trash collection $7,930 the Council move
crafts and have not received the individual projects and, to cow bells," Mrs. Tolles said come to the meeting expectingan who coached him during mostof Stefan Is the son of Mr. and other
his park beautification $600, police on several
high school inotball
an invitation. It Is only al.no to purchase some delicious and received the Council's per- appointment that! he is Mrs. Alex Brokas of Keystone accounts.
department $7,430, fire garbage
because you are concealing baked !Roods. mission.A acting mayor and added: career. Heights.
Held to purchase 3,000
department $3,000, and reserve Agreed :
your talents. Please be sure to TEEING OFF! duplicate bride party on "I don't ml1'llC11t, but I think
for miscellaneous $11- tax roll forms for $149.60.
contact a member of the The men of the Keystone the final day Thursday. July : it's too far from an electionnot of
Installation a
Woman's Club if you are interested Golf Club have been busy, the I 6. will wind up the festivities. to appoint" a replace- Woman's For Al Nelson, 400.Clay Approved
Club Given City Funds I Elecrtlc] employee Tony street light and sign at
In this event. The art last few weeks qualifying and ment. '
Baked nctad1' that in the new the Intersection of Lake View
selections will be on .dlspl y participating In the Club Dr. H. M. Fuller)) Mayor Nelson died last At Keystone budget.. the city hall will pay and SR.100.Decided.
at the Municipal Building. Championship: matches. John Thursday after an extende

Summer Dress Clearance at ny Martin and Earl Voyles are Services Held Illness. He was serving his For Civic Improvement ProgramThe Clay,Electric $2,100 for street at CouncilmanDonohoe's
the Funeral] services for Albert lights but that the franchisetax I suggestion scheduled to compete for
first term as
Championship title this Sun At KeystoneDr. Nelson, 67, Mayor of Keystone paid by the company i chase a hand sprayer and clean

Heights were held at 11 a. m. comes to only 2000. The out .brush to fight mosqultos.Donohoe .
In the first flight I Keystone Height'sWoman's Mrs. Bird
day. compe- School told the council.
Harlow Mercer Fuller Summer .
Saturday in the Community Council will look into the reported there are
tition John Beidler defeated 74, of Park of the Palms Keystone Left Club was budgeted Condition of the city's Church of Keystone Heightswith discrepancy.The I 67 different kinds of mosquitos. -
KEYSTONE Don Shackleford. In the .second Openings $300 by the City Council Chamber of Commerce signs.
Heights died Sunday I .
Dr. Albert
C. offic Council also
( :
flight] Whit Wyman defeated Tuesday night for Its Civic -Repair of street signs. :
afternoon In a Starke hospital At Keystone High iating.
Marshall Gallop. aftera Improvement Program after a Trimming of several oak Approved a treasurer's report -DecIded to advise H. K.

after a short Illness. delegation mentioned to the Mr. Nelson was born In which showed a June: 1 Smith. Jacksonville, the Council -
sudden death play-off. trees.
DrFuller)) was born in Summer School sessions began Minneapolis Minn in April balance of $2.231Income In has ''been unsuccessful In

HEIGHTS Last Thursday, the newly Phoenix. N. Y. on Dec. 29; at Keystone Heights High board several projects that, "Petty's add up to dollars" 16. 1900 and' had 1 resided In May was $2,793 and expenses I petting a contractor to raze
officers and board! need to be implemented- Chairman
School June 12 with Roy Watkins told
1892. and was a retired optometrist Monday Some of the i Keystone Heights for the past totaled! 92.316.Told > Smith's building, across ,the
members of the Keystone Improvement
Mrs. Bird.
At the
openings still left in mathematics I suggestionof
having practiced in 23 years. coming to Florida" Mrs. Cooper that Street from the Post Office.
Heights Woman's Golf Association in projects mentioned by :Mrs Finance and Taxation
held their first meeting Syracuse. N. Y. for many 3-6. and reading graces John Bird speaker for the Chairman Walt Thomas the from Greensboro N- C. Ha $500 had been Included in the Which Is classed a safety* men-,

years. He was a veteran of delegation was president of J. W. Scott new budget for the Keystone\!! ace. The Council gave Smith
at the club-house. The next are: Council
MELROSE student Interested budgeted $300 to theWoman's
World War I. a Presbyterian Any may Beauiflcatlon of Co. of North Carolina one of Library, the same amount as I, 60 days to find someone to
will be held In city
board meeting
contact the school. Mrs. Naomi Club and gave the
of the
had lived at Park
and the largest mercantile companIes last year. 1 demolish the building.
July. Swarthley is the Instructor. parks.Water organlzaion the responsibility
On Monday morning, June 12 Palms for eight years. In Azalea Park. a of Implementing the Improve In that state. Heard Councilman Hunt- i -Went on record as opposing -

BUSINESS I Mickey Brokas. Jeff Batts Surviving is his widow Mrs. project especially sought by ments. Mr. Nelson was one of the ley Redfearn report that the I SB-10 which proposes .a,'

Chris Zowarka Marshall Gallop Mildred Fuller, of Keystone; NEWS NOTESBy the Woman's Club. Azaleas I I "You Just may get more out organizers and at his death new beacon Is installed and In severance tax on minerals. The

; Jimmy Wlldt and Thomas ,one daughter. Mrs. Harry planted there have not lived of the money than we would," was chairman of the board of operation at the Keystone Air- move was made at the suggestion -'
DIRECTORYREATTTY Melners of Los Cruces N
Hawes, participated in the Helen Egan because of a lack 'of water, Watkins told the ladles. the Keystone State Bank. Hs port. of Councilman Everett
M. Richard H. Fuller.
; a son was a past District Governor Fox.
th-Central Florida 21Club's -Was told by Chairman

I first qualifying round. Syracuse N. Y.. and ,eight! '. h_ .. I of Rotary International and a Watkins of Bradford! County'sagreement -Set a special meeting:Monday -,

SHOP_ at the Gainesville Golf and grandchildren. COMMUNITY: CHURCH t and' W. Leon Own by, as fatherof Friday. On June 21. Commencement past: president of the Keystone to repair the Keystone for 7:30: p.m. to go over
Funeral services held
Country Club. The NCF Is were : Vacation Bble School will beheld the youngest child. night will be held. Rotary Club. He was mem- Airport roi" In ex the city's zoning ordinances.

KEYSTONEBEAUTY opened to all golfers under 21 at 11 a. m. Tuesday In Jones In the Community Church Mrs. Dorothy Koons P.M., Time will be announced! later. ber of the Community Church

SHOP years of age and it will l allow Memorial Chapel Keystone educational building from 9 to underwent surgery at St. Vin, Rev. Al Steaurt of Melrose of Keystone Heights, and a director I.KHtL. >OT1CR

these golfers to play at six Heights. Interment was In the 11:30: a.m., Juno 19-23 under cent' Hospital dn Jacksonville Methodist attendedthe of the Keystone Golf &
Xkttth Johnson Owner Keystone Cemetery under direction lost week. Mrs. Ruby, Reed Is Country Club.Surviving NOTICE IS! HEREBY OIVEN that the following described
in the direction of Mrs.
Barry Methodist
courses competition this :: Youth
of DeWitt C. Jones Camp land will be Mild at public auction on the lat day of July A.D.
Pe.1'8OJ1a1 summer. Wyman. still undergoing ,treatment and Leesburg June 12-16. He was is his widow, Mrs- 1987 at I the City Hall of Keyatone Heights. County of Clay.

A Creative Summer nrClea&nce at Funeral Home. Boys and girls from preschool toots and entered the Gaines.: counselor to five to ten boys Louise McMasters Neson! of State of }Florida to pay the amount due for taxes herein ...(
In lieu of flowers the family upposlteth. "same. together with all penalties and costs of such
Hair StyHnIndividual Leila'* this Thur, Frl., and age ((4 to G) through vOla :Medical\ Center this week camped out in tents, cooked Keystone Heights. ale and aclvertlnlngMale; to. start at 12 o'clock! noon.

Beauty Pue Saturday. No Charge' Please. asked that contributions be high school are invited to en- Mrs. Ferne Huckett has to over camp fires. and enjoyed Rotarians from Krystontand Drxrlptlim Owner Taxes. A. Cost
made to the Pt. of lot 58 an Rae
Every Form of Beauty Culture SERVICE MEN'S CORNER Xntrava.rsltyChristian roll. Film strips and other visual have the cast replaced: on her swimming In a new Olympic several neighboring cities In OR. Ill }'g 53lnacrv.t

Open Tue .-Sat. 9-5; Wilson Tyre son of Mr. and Fellowship)) of Latin aids will be used in demon fra.cturetankle and leg, and sized pool.Vacation. ,served as honorary pallbearers. ? SID Mum tun Markey Jordan 54.87
CIo od :Monday American Mission.vllle Mrs. Lillian King had another Lot R Blk. 13 'as" ReIn
Mrs. Roy Tyre is home on a strating this year's theme Church School at O K. 18 I'K. 88 '

BOATS MOTORS 30-day, leave. after completing "Exploring God's Hidden set-back and Is confined to her Melrose Methodist begins Jjns Interment was In the Key- K.ll. Joel Strickland Ent. Inc. 19.68

basic and specialized !trainingat Wonders." I bed. Mm. Aughtry Vance Is 19-23. 9:30: am.. through stone Heights Cemetery with Lot 13 Blk. 15 as
were weekend guests of still Rae In OR. 55 I'll'
BILL'S MARINE Sheppard Air Force Base the Frank Ottingers.! : This year's faculty will be: eral confined to Alachua Gen- 11:45: a. m. All children and DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home 404 K.H. Mrs.. Boa..lo McCallman 4.27

Texas. He will be reporting to Beginners Mrs. Jack Methvin Hospital. Sympathy' U extended youth through Junior High in charge of arrangements. Lots a 4! 4 Blk 8
8AL.F8: SERVICE Carroll)) Baker. daughter of
a. flee In O.K.
tn Mrs. Lillian Kiwis.who 65
Clark Air Force Base. in the and Mrs. Richard Cunningham, age is invited. A covered dish Pa78.
The Fun Fleet' la"AO Mr. and Mrs. Bill Baker. Is lost her mother Lkv. Ha-h.
Philippines for an 18monthtour home /assisted by Misses Bonnie MC- recently.The supper Is planned for Sunday S/D 'V. H. Turner 8.74
for the
Outboard after
of duty in July. summer Lean Kerry Shackleford Rox- chapter's: energetic' and June 25. Plan to be here and Lot 9 as Ren In O.R.
Chrysler Lone Star Bewrta comDletlrur her soohomore year clever Florida and brought her 77 Par. 129 Bird ,
; HERE N' THERE at Montreat ann Ketch_ __n._ and--- -Debbie- --- Klnc-a--, Associate Conductirss, Join in the fellowship. Instal- granddaughter AA.1"I., .'. .__ .__..,__j--, u
Chrysler Motor Junior College, N. Joe Reed.. wax unable/ tn inks.. Mellney. home ,. .IMIIK **iuivruv B.v >
( Lots 2 to 17 .
Jane McMurtry and Judy berry. -- -------- -- -- latlon of officers. church e Lots
Service! A Parts for C. with her ''to .
part in the initiation: spend a couple of 9 A 13 a.. Keo In
Czap returned Primary: Grade 1 ceremony WSCS
to Troy State''I'pacher's and MYF will be held i
Kqritooe; Qelftrfa &7a-ua: Lamar Hill son of Mr. and due to her offering fall weeks. Pat and Dolly Ann Bk. 5 fit a Key '
College In Troy Sunderland, with Mrs. Edwin at 11 a. m. service at Melrose stonft Christian i
Comer'! Kte. 21 I. Mrs. Jack. Hill is home Ollsson Mellney's
from ,
on a a ladderat, the Keystone parents Colony SID 1
Ala., ]last Sunday after a nine Nelson as craft leader. Grades Methodist June 18. Gospel Volunteers The 39.61
Melroae. 475-4851 35-day leave from Hawaii- State Bank,.(but she is already came Friday, visited and returned ,,Lots 21, 23 as ,
-day visit with Jane's parents 2 and 3 Elaine Lovorn with Duplicate Bridge winners for Keystone .. I
Mrs. Bill Belote and children back: at her desk.PERSONALS home to Miami. Mon- Christ .*- > w-,
CLEANERS Mr. and Mrs. Kyle McMurtry. Susan Bird a* vraft leader. two weeks were-1st place.: day Ian Colony SID dofipel Volunteers Inc. 6.04
will leave this weekendfor taking Mellney home Lot
with 9A. .
t liB 9C A
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Junior Department: Grade 4 Mrs.
Bennett Mary Cook and Mrs. F.
Foley Ala. to vir.lt: with them. Last 9D Replat of Keystone
: 1 Sunday the Sr.
reporter ever
Keystone left Sunday for a tour of Mr. R. N. Sunderland with gratefulfor T. Hogue. 2nd place. :Mrs. B. Christian
Mrs. Belote's Kellys, Junior _
parents :Mr. and the
of Sandra and
Washington. D, C. Mrs. John Ruffini In charge of A. Allen and Colony Gospel Volunteers
They are Mrs. J. W. Foster I Inc. 6.10
Cleaners Inc. Mrs. Martin Crosby. who stood by her I Sandy went to Hart Springs. Lots 17. 19. 19 A ,20
area-chaperones for the REA crafts. Grade 5 M1'.. Mar- 3rd place Mrs. Roland I 1 Reitlat of
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Suwannee River Key-
O. K. Davis essay winners. Peggy Voyles Ayers shall\] Gallup with Mr*. Ernest gave support in prayers: Bryan and Mrs. R. N. Living I to the Hill atone. Christian
Every Dry Cleaning: Service and Jane McCullough were local sons of Gainesville were Susan Bird as craft leader. for her husband's recovery. Mr. ston. 4th place. Mrs. Paley Reunion. They visited with I Colony Gospel Volunteers Ine. 6.SO
weekend guests of Mr. and Egan returned home last ,Wednesday friends they hadn't seen In Lots 24 to 18 Inn
Laundry Finish or Fluff winner in this event. MrsBob McCormfck. Young People (grade 7-12)) Boyd and Mrs. Robert Clare. several Rapist of Key
2 Day Service Mr. and Mrs. T. J- Hawes Also will have Mrs. Carl Hewitt at and 1 fa doing very well. Second week 1st place Mrs. years. Mrs. Kelly tone Christian

Pick Up and Delivery recently returned from a 10- :Patricia MCCormick. of Jacksonville teacher. A craft leader Is till He joins In grateful appreciation C. W. Beaslev and Mr Val [Sleetil) reported having a Colony Oo.DBl Vollint.sr._ _up. ._ 1_,_,_,_,,. I-1O_on
Keystone' Height day tour of was visiting with her needed. for the kindness of evorv.. : -' most wonderful time cspeclalv
Madrid and :
Lon- Glvens.
4118684I parents last weekend. I 2nd pace, Mrs. Mary all the delicious foods Katharine J. Mcdlave
I to eat-
Mrs. Barry Wyman will be one.Mrs. Cook and Miss Iva Hlllyer. I Tux. Collector
CONCRETE don.Sylvia Dodd and Pat Cuen- I Pam Thompson, of Brunswick in charge of worship each Loon! Stripling I I.*.. a place Mrs. W. J. Grnllck and Sunday guests of Mr. and City of Keyston Helchtst Ft a.
Oa.. spent last visIting in 6/9/67
week patient
St. Vincent' Hospital Mrs.
R. M.
det are home for the summer morning, and the sowing of Mrs. Phil Kromer. 4th place Cason were their
Hawthorne Concrete vacation after completing with Renee Belote film strips Mr. Gertrude !, 'where she underwent Mrs. Mary Cook: and Mrs. relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Bob '6/8 4t G/n

& Supply Inc. their freshman year at Bob Julie Walker was visiting! Houser will\] serve as pianist surgery Monday. Robert Clare.PERSONALS. Harris and daughters Lynn

Jones University. Marlon Beasley In Tallahassee and Mrs. Charles --McGlave and Mrs., Jock Haberatroh plans and Mollie of Greenville S .C.I f.I

REDI Johnny Moon and Car) Hewitt last Miss ween. Mr*. George !
MIX left Sunday for the sum- Marion Fitzpatrick: charge of refreshments- and friends the latter part of home last Monday from '!laUra; was with them and left
CONCRETE and Mrs. F. A. Fitzpatrick of the month. She has been
mer session at Gordon closing' will be held' enjoying Tuesday with the Harris's on
:Military program
Navy on leave. He Is to
report I
Norfolk. Va.
llwy. 20 W. Hawthorne are visiting Mr. her children
many and their return
at 7
Academy. p.m. June 25 In.. the educational back the first to South
of July. It
481-29.12. 2031 and Mrs. Harold Sutton. Mrs. grandchildren
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Dwyer and FItzpatrick Is building, :with Mrs. Lon long-needed while getting a has been 14 months since he Carolina, for the summer- I "
Mrs. rest.
Mr. and MrsTy Garber Rushton In charge of refreshment Mr. and Mrs. George Lund
(GAS were =The A. P. Hallmaji attendedthe was home. Jim son of Mr.: and
weekend guests of Mr. and Last I ,. Mrs. R. V. Ford has been have been the guests In the I
Saturday Lee
Mrs. Lester Kasin Sutton, A welcome ie extended all graduation exercise of a home of Mr. and
of Daytona to Mrs. Bud
Keystone Saf-Gas greatly surprised with the
son of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. niece In Ocala on June 6. 8.j
Beach. to join In the Bible Holloway
School and changes In during the
: Melrose since he
Bottled Gas Mr. and Mrs. Lee Allen Sutton.where he left will for receive Boston.his Mass orders I. bring a friend with you.FINAL Keystontra Vacationing planningvisit and. tour!*to'? left for service especially the :week. Monday they were hon-'

and Appliances Temple and son left last week for overseas duty. : SERMON relative and friend "b ckhome" new road that is almost corn- [Continued on nest pare] I

I for the Air Force Base in On Dr. Albert C. Holt preachedhis plated and sidewalks in town. '
I Include
Thursday evening Bren-I the Hartford
Se Us For All of Your
Gas Needs I Blythevllle Ark. Mr. Temple di Wilkinson bride-elect. was final sermon as official' Barnes, of Club, Estate. ; the ,now I Wow I Jim has been kept MURRHEE I r ....... '
pastor of the ..
church last Sun-
Is the son of Mrs. Frank Ot- real busy visiting with friends .
honored .
with Houston
a shower given DrlacoUa and the .
,Roy -
Phone 473-4351: tinger. day. The congregation extended and relatives Insurance : --
by Mrs. Robert V. Walker and ,Bridge and doesn't wantto Agency .

:Mr. and Mrs. Bill Ottlnger Miss Harriet Harper at Mrs. best wishes NURSERY
Holt for memttera ar'e -
and son ] many happy yearj. In and visit 'him- He .is to reoort -_ --
Michael of Gaines- Walkers home. Twenty guests their econd retirement." reminded that the night/ Chap; General Insurance: I -

O.C. Carnes Nursery .I I were Invited to attend. The Next Sunday a welcome will I tar' ..meetingwill' ,'b.e--. ,the last! !Sack to MIramar Calif. Fire Casualty -' Marine
p Mr. and :
hostesses presented tho before' Mrs. Olynn Roth- Auto Bond Playing For'
hon- be the summer !The Ke
Mway 100 Flarahoma 1 extended to Rev. Leon F. recess hammer had t ps' aThat's'wltat
as guests
2. BIHe !SE! of Stark I' oree with an assortment of Mllner the new pastor. He and Chapter will honor Grand Off!I'c.i.a. last Saturday, Mr. and Mrs. Key to.. Heights' CT$-I7MI
SERVICES gifts, as a remembrance '
Nursery Stock Thousand of the his wife are moving into the Put Grand. Represent*: ,Joe Bokaand daughters Linda you're"ueualty doing: in' money mat--
of Plant & Fruit TKM. to PARK occasion.We newly remodeled and redecorated lives, and Grand Chapter' Com: and Dolly of Gainesville. I ters. Which makes the cooperation of a'full-service'
boow from. Nlfle &hade Tree, I received word that manse this week. mltte members.yvyyYyvvv.vvyvvyvYyvv.. Hickory Smoked bank'lnvaluableZ'I
of. the Mrs. Aughtry Vance Is a patient Mr. and Mrs. J. V. .Slade'sdaughter.
Bvcrjrreens rALlldacaJl8 -. at the Alachua I On Sunday.. June 4. Dr. Holt .. Irma Wilkes and ,
General When
it coinesto
Plant. All in container PALMSSUNDAYS baptised his newest great the e.re'and' handling of
Hospital. She Is most daughter Peggy and son.Colin
Plant an ijrttaM>. CamelllieT A apprec- granddaughter, Amy Michelle money, can'serve"youf !' many :
iative for the flowers and have moved here from Edge- ways from
azalea Entenxa: and June 11 MEL ,R,0 S.Er sound i counsel on
I cards which she has received. I on. h* water. Welcome to Melrose. investments to a low-cost loan,
Lei n* do :your: 1andvadng 11OOA.M7:30 I When baptised iMarile Roa the infant Irma. should you' ever need it. I
P.M. you
Fhaua ".&.-21M 1 daughter of ''Mr.? -
I I and :Mrs.
please be By Sally Rothluunmer-' I
THURSDAYS sure to stop by and William Mrs. Earl H, Eland Is keep-

1 visit her. We hope that she Is Reynolds. Jr.KASTKR.N ., ins; care of her amnddauuhter SandwichesAnd COME! IN '
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well I WWAAWW.cuv.RcH .
soon. Jill Eland for.thi.---.ummer. Take-Out"Orden I

Hanks Used Cars I FUNDAMENTALBIBLE The chaperones for the, *. Elva .Scott was Instal- ,. NEWS. -'A \Jill started in the Bible Chicken Ribs Beef KEYSTONE

TEACHING ;KHS! Senior Class trip received :, led .* Warder by Secretary Ellam Baptist.Church started -. _School at Ellam ;Bapttet Monday Pork Smoked Mullet'Cold STATE BANK I
BG| CASH DISCOUN'XTERMS Bea Schroeder. ; P.M. at the -
a letter from the and
Picodllly their is enjoy1pg'the
I I All Services Held In The I Hotel in New York City commending Eastern: Star meeting on June June' 12 vacation and ''wUl Bible.through School ,Jence" very much. She will exper-be Deer-Open 7 Days Member' FJXI.C.. Ke *ton*, Height*, Fla-

BUY SELL TRADE Congenial Atmosphere 6; Recognition was given go Smith Lake
by Gro. -
the students for their three years old! in July so "Your F'riehdfy
Rt. 1 Box 90llwy. I Of The Lounge. excellent manners. ) Worthy Matron Geraldine June 21 wltlvrfhildren 3-16 Happy Birthday to Jill- Hlway 214 ;Behind In 'Your Friendly,
J60 S SIllcs 8. SUrke "
Jackson to J. Azzle William year attending Community. ,
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i a* father of the ,oldeat,chUd," 11:30: a.'m. Monday through. from her trip to South' -


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yff tVTTTyTTtVTTVVVVTVT Chief Edwin Bennett reported the time but can't make It to :He will be incapacitated for and n1 ht. Press Radio And TV Must Share $140.. ,mum goal .cf 30 charter sum,
KEYSTONE nine fire calls. Includ do my work yet. several days..Sunday,guests of Amen David Phillip Moore, disorderly ''I bera has been set. All person
ing a house trailer. and warehouse Things were quieter on the the Millers were his father / conduct voluntary intoxication interested jbi becoming chanter

HILITES destroyed; also a boat lakefront this week All we C1ftYtOfl.VUfld. Mr. and, -Mrs. Blame For Promoting 'Weirdos'By forfeited bond of members may do so 'by attend.
and automobile, which incur- have had is showers but at ':Buddy Harvard and children '75. ing the June 22 meeting.

YYTTTYTTTTTTTTTTYTTTTT red slight damages.. The remaining least the weather hasn't been of Charleston, .S. C. I. Russell Kay the. use! of their names. Richard H. Leigh, disorderly

calls involved woods too hot. Wednesday we were Greg Karen and Mark Red In case of screwballs seeking conduct by disturbing the Bo .
[From Preeedln' ; Page] fires. in Wllllston visiting Mr. and dish of Starke are spendingthe Are ;you alarmed and disturbed publicity must we publish peace and use of profane and Adjustable Vinyl *.
St. William's Bund* ('oTer.. AU size 30 cents ea.Ht
First Ali Officer Charles Mrs. James Sullivan: and Mrs. week with their grandparents. by the direction in their names show them on Indecent language sentences
We have Just received word McOlave reported six ambul- Mary Stegal and children. Lamar Mr. and Mrs. D. W. CarJack V Mass 7:30: a. m. Wednesday, which the world seem to be television or herald them on to a fine of $102.50.: The Telegraph.Incetorwn.
that Mis Margaret Tracy has ance calls. One patient Mass and Novena' 7 p. m. moving? Do you deplore the Shabe Franklin voluntary
was and Lisa. Joan and Jerry was stung by a sting ray. radio: Why must we publicize
undergone two operations at
St. Vincent's Hospital, Santa four patients were takento also with us. Thursday and and Mrs. W. WI| Eden- kookie' V beatniks, the mini and their names? If we I sentenced to 13: days In jail. sin....-0..5I
Fe N. M. Marge was visiting the Bradford County Hospital Friday, the Morris Kelly family field Of Jacksonville spent the Community Church Dr.A. skirts, the free love the student still consider such items as flOhIIIO.... w......._...
C. Holt C> 'OD. '
her nephew and his minister; Mrs. and ,.:::.., .., ...... "....
with the Qu. '
wife and one call! was for a were down next" door weekend with their daughter George Canova organist. uprisings, flag NEWS why not simply state Art Group '.. -.."- "" u.,...
Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Mecklem, near-drowning at draft card burnings. the treasonous .; .
which no cleaning up their lot. and the and family Mr. and Mis. Nor- Sunday School 9:30 that a girl went swimming in .-
of Santa Fe, when she became service was rendered as the children enjoyed swimming' man BarberNorman has : am.Morning screaming of agitators, the nude at Miami Beach, or
ill We certainly hope that she patient was taken to the hospital U a.m. the sit-ins the bare breasts, OrganizationSet
Sunday Mrs. James Sullivan made himself a new fish bait Nursery both hours. another beatnik led a protest Better Home Farnltar Oa.
is feeling well sooon, and: will by a private automobile. open the nude models and bathers,
'and Miss Barbara Cobb of and caught two }bass between march.As : 1200 S. EdCOTOOd.Ave.
be returning to Keystone In Everett Fox was named gen, Wllllston were visiting us, and t ti ,,7 and 8 Ibs. on it last week. PrenbyterUro the LSD advocates and the long as we continue to June 22 JnckwmvUla Plorlda,32205
the near future. Please drop eral chairman for the Annual i we had a nice barbecue, The .V According ; to Betty Griffin Faith Presbyterian Church "Oed Is Dead,," contenders? publicize our agitators and

her a line or get-well card at Fireman's Ball. which wlU be I rain almost caulI'ht.Is.\ but we the fish' are biting, but busi- .-Rev. J. R. Neal. Jr.,, mln- ,Are .you concerned that thevenera1 wild youths we can expect to I Mrs Esmond Brandt, of

this address: Mrs. !rlargare held at he Keystone Heights finished just in time. ness is slow V She and Roy later. Mra. W. A. Wallace organist disease reports indicate see them placed on pedestals Gainesville, regional! representative -

Tracy, St. Vincent's Hospital Beach, on Saturday Aug. 19. I Mr. and Mrs. E. G- Benton ., caught three each .Sunday ; }'1ra, ,Cp.rl Swisher, that they are approachIng and offered jobs in nightclubs of the Florida Federation -
Boom W-107, Santa Fe, New The cost will be $2 per couple. i /were visiting the J. A. Benton afternoon. Thursday 'after summer organist an epidemic stage, that or granted interviews in the of Art, has announced t

Mexico. Additional informaton concerning family In Jacksonville over the noon Roy went out.with Capt. Sunday School. 8:43' am.: the crime rate steadily increases White House. plans to organize a Bradford

We were all very Berry to this dance will be given .weekend. Mclnturf of the Jacksonville Morning Worship, 11 a.m. .,.the lawbreakers are I While some editors denounce County Art Association Club

learn of the death of MayorAl at a later date. Mr. and Mrs. Andy Boswell Naval Air Station. They Sunday, (Nursery open both protected and the rights of publicity and pride themselves 'which may be affiliated with

Nelson, who passed away Following the meeting, Fireman left Monday morning for Hen. caught an 11U a 7H pounderand hours.Epicopi1.) law-abiding citizens are Ignored on keeping it out of their columns the Florida Federation.

last Thursday. Mayor Nelson Sunderland presentedtwo dersonvllle, N. C. where they three smaller onus. She ? they go all out and Persona Interested do not
had lived in Keystone for 20 films provided by the will be staying the next five says the ahellcrackers are biting : Have you been blaming: our overboard to publicize. any necessarily need to be artists,
and had contributed Florida State Fire college' the sandbars. St. Anna' Rev. W. W.Worita.ll political leaderS. the President
years. months. They enjoy on the deep movement or person that Is set but could include anyone who
greatly to the improvement The next meeting date will mountains in the summer, but Gene Byrd. staying In the vicar.Momlna' the Congress the State Legislature on destroying the nation and! Is Interested art in any ol

and growth" of our community i be on Wednesday, July 5. are ready to get back to the Hilton home caught one 9 Prayer and Ser the Governor foe these advancing their own interests. Its many forma,.such as acujp-
He was also .> Past District lake. pounder and three around 2V4 mon, 2nd and 4th Sunday .shortcomings? Do you demand I don't know about you but ture. woodcarving. water col-

Governor of Rotary Intern Melrose V -Mr..-- -rM..- -Mrs.--- Wilbur.. ---- -fReel- pounds. 9:30a.m.: V : .... (nursery open.) that.t.he.poIlce and other law it makes me sick at my stom ors. oils, ceramics drama Ask :
tional. Mr. Nelson will be re- four Holy Eucharist and sermon enforcers do something aboutit tiafe" 4
Neal have returned from a Raleigh Woodrum got ach. m or other mediums. '
remembered for his many [From Preceding rare three week: trip. They were In nice boss SUnday. ,Not. too lit and 3rd Surtdava, 9:30: a. ? ,I A apeclal/ meeting has been Charley _

achievements as he was highly Chlllcoth r Mo., toattend I, the long ago he really had one for m. (:nursery open). ChUrol11 Maybe you had better stop MAYOR'S COURT Bet for Thursday June 22, at V'
regarded by his many ored at a lawn party given by funeral of Mrs. Neal's father! the books. He was trolling School. 9:30: SVIKL. and count-your change. The 8 p.m. In the Civil Defense I E.Johns
friends in Keystone. Mrs. Holloway at their homeon and were visiting relatives In with three rods out. each with chartot. 8 aju: ,each ,Sunday. American,ipress, radio and television building at the Fairground in .

The Couples Class of the Lake Winott where they Michigan, two hooks. ,He got two fish.on Evening Prayer 7:30 p.m. .are largely responsible Seven cases were disposed of Starke. V.

Community Church sponsored were greeted by many of their Mr. and Mrs. K. O. Benton each, rod at the same time, .each Sunday. BJYC, 6:30: p.m. for the situation. by Mayor Carl Hurst in Starke Reginald Strange of Indian __
a party for the recent graduates friends. Mr. and Mrs. Lund held a family reunion and going' through a school., and each Sunday. V :I'know' this statement will Mayor Court on June 0 Lakes Estates near Lake

of Keystone Heights High returned to their home in Sarasota cookout at.their home recent landed all six. That's good Dally office of :..fo.rn1n&and bring .a. wild scream from the Sherman, DeWitt Newman Wales, a well known Florida I About this question:
School. at the home of Mr. on Thursday ly Those enjoying the affair fishing I Evening:Prayer:8:00: ;Lan. .so-called. news media- .But just driving; while intoxicated; failure artist, has agreed to attend

and Mrs. Ray Farris last Sat- Mrs. Douglas E. Kenne- were: P. L> Benton and -ons Red Neal'and Andy Boswell and 5:00: p.m. Stop, a minute and aak,yourself to yield the rlglxt-of-way' the June 22 meeting and',give 'Business Interruption ,in-.

urday. Also. the college' ..age moore and children Linda Mark, Paul and Jerry of Mo- caught 44 bass from !Thursdayto -Luihft'&ALutheriIA -who,put theleaders, all and causing an V accident, sentenced an Art demonstration. surance to pay normal

students of the V church were Pam and DevIn of Greenville lab. Utah: Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Sunday. James Chitty andA. Church of Keystone these obnoxious movements on to a fine of 380 and All persons Interested ore' business> earnings in epitet.

invited to attend. The honored S. C. arrived last Friday to Benton daughter-in-law. Chit B. Howard of Starke got Heights 1 ; Vicar Richard I pinnacle: who lI'ave..them' the driver's license suspended for Invited to bring guests a* wellas of fire other insured
guests enjoyed swimming visit with her parents. Mr. and granddaughter/ Cindy of 13 overweekend.. Meyer, nation ando' world-wide public, 90 days. samples of their work, or '
boating and a cook-out. Mr. Mrs. Huel Holloway. Mrs. alnesvllle; Mrs. A. K. Bowen Mr. .and Mrs. David Rape Divine minister.V worship 11 ity that.enabled them, to con- John William C. Padgett which will be viewed,'and helpful perils boiler and machinery -

and Mrs. Roy Turknett assisted Kennemore and Unda will return and sons Dale. Alan and were in Monroe N. C. from a. m. Holy Communion, Sunday 2nd tinue and expand.their efforts disorderly conduct'' and carry- suggestion given.A insurance -.theft'

Mr. and Mrs. Farris in home Wednesday. Mike: Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Friday to Monday ,visiting Sunday of each ; .thetr.ptotits- Ing a concealed' weapon sentenced preliminary meeting to and liability coverage .-.
caring for the guests. SCOUT NEWSPresentaUon Bowen; Mr. and Mrs J. A.i Dave's mother Mrs'.. O, V, held month.Service V Suppose, such names ,BS .,to a fine of 40 days in determine Interest in the proposed are they all available. ina
Mr. and, Mrs. Bud Anthony of Charter and Benton and children Phyllis, Rape. and the Oulledge fam each Sundayat Martin Luther King., Stokley jail or a fine of I23O. club 'was attended by Mercantile Package Policy

and family attended the wedding Court of Honor will he held Donald and Linda all of Jacksonville ily. Two ,nieces. ,Sandra and St. Anne' JJ k>iacopalCfcurch Carmichael and countless Lonzo Davis disorderly conduct :Mr. and Mra. A. E. Brandt, from Charley E. Johns

of a relative in Vero at the Parish House Thursday and Mr. and Mrs. H. Sheryl came home with themto Keystone JeighU.Fla other agitators had been .denied voluntary; intoxication, Irs. Wilma Emanuel, Mra. "

Beach last weekend.Mrs. night at 7 p. m. everyone is O. Benton and daughter Adrienne spend the summer, the publicity& afforded; by profane; and rIndecent.language Florence W Stuart, Mias Donna Agency? .

Phil Cromer and invited to attend. of Ashley Acres. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. RevelsJr. putt present ,day ,press and radio!, resistIng arrest sentenced to Jean Craven Joseph A.

daughters are visiting friends Mr. and Mrs- Richard Ran and family' of ,Plant Ctlty Wenuup' ervioee Sunday Someone has suggested,that, a.fine of $82.50: or 45 day in Cauffman, Leslie Libby and Charley E. Johns
and relatives in Annlston, Ala. yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy'INDIAN and children will arrive Tues- were visiting their ]lJ e rents 11 a. m"7rJO= p. m. [DUTMTTopenl. while i IWO continue to report!; Jail. V Peter J.: Novak Agency

Lt. Cmdr. and Mrs. KennethA. day from Seattle.. Wash. to Mr., and Mrs. E. W. Revels ST., the news as itV ,happenathroughou.t George, Wesley Rosier V disorderly Mr. Novak baa agreed to 131: S. Walnut St.

Williams and children. of BEACHLake spend three weeks with her over, the weekend ", V Sunday School $:;:4S* a. 'mtnunery : the world we conduct, voluntary in- 'work on proposed by-laws; for PHONE 964-5070
Klngsville Naval Air Station. brother and, family ,Mr. and I Peggy Voyles left Sunday openl.'TrmlndTw;' I*b make,, it a point NOT to buildUP oxication, .forfeited bond of ;the new association. A mind- ,
Texas. are visiting Mr. and 'afternoon for Washington P. agitators and screwballs .bY'AUTO
( Sent Fe) Mrs. Johnny Ross; her par- Ion. .:Up. m. .,
Mrs. Jim Zowarka. The families ents. Mr and Mrs.:..David Ross C. on a trip,with other Clay (nunery open .
MlchaM < :Rev.. Lawrence Carroll ,.'--- :._ ""' -V : = --= E! '.__ .-T.: =- u-V ,---. -
have been very close By I H_ Chltty of Melrose; -and'he# sister and Electric Essay, winners and .-. -: ufrI.VV 1- -= .-__' ;-."! -- -'rh
friends for many years, and Ph. 47V2171 family; Mr.-and Mrs. Mike will return Friday afternoon.The pa*tor.

are looking forward to the &AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Hanks of OainesvlUe- I. Voyles family spent
time when Ken and Jesse will ,Johnny and Betty L Thompson Thursday, Sunday In Fern AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY
retire at their Lake Santa Fe Greetings I This la your rovng. and children were week- andina Beach. Mr. Voyles was Colored Citizen

home. rolling reporter taking end guests of the Winters in a golf tournament so .the V

FIRE DEPARTMENTThe off for a few days of visiting family. They attended the rest of the family took advan NewsRECREATION -

regular monthly meeting in Gainesville since I am.still Ocala Antique Car and ModelA ,tage of it. Farm and'Industrial J LADIES WEAR Office Equipment
was held on.Tuesday. June unable to type my Grandmother Restorers Meet and Johnnywon Mr. and Mrs. Doyle ,James _

6, with, President Huntley Copeland and I are first prize with the 1924 'were in Orlando last weekend Equipment Cherry'sGainesville's Hancock OfficeEquipment'

Redfearn, Jr. ,presiding. Roll spending a few days *lth Mr Model T truck which he had ;,to attend a shower for ,Miss ; *\
call showed twenty-one members and Mrs. Roy Crensliaw and restored. He also won the hard Susan Wasserman. he fianceof The Bombers ..defeated'the BRASINGTON Most Faahlon&bli;

present. family I am feeling better all iluck prize. On the way. down, Sgt. Johnny Brosheir. their Raiders 11Banta.m League I Santa Fe Tractor V Addraas For Ladle _,
Baseball bY.a score ol 117. OLDSMOBILE Smith-Corona. .
|I the door blew open on the nephew.Mr. DRESSES-SUITS-COATS' -Authorized
truck bending It. and Mrs. Alvin Howard In the second gamo the Inc. MATERNITY WE4BACCESSORIES Dealer 1

Don't Get Carried Away Mr. and Mrs. Troy R. Smith .Jr. are spending/ this. week: In Yankees downed' the Dodgers' Inc. ,
SALES SERVICE Ctory-Victor-TotmUta
i end two sons were visiting the Abshlre cottage. 76.The Midget League game FORDFarm 7W, .,., University, Gainesville t Adding Machine. Calculator.
Mrs. Ida WhItehead Sunday Owen Bryant and W. E.
i Fine aelectloa of Used Can
last I
postponed week due
Bowen went
.. "afternoon. 'spec" fishing to rain. Taken ,On OMUlbn Trade Tractor k Implement I MEN'S WEARL SAUQ3SERVTCER1CNTAL3SAVE! : :
,..' ..rfJ '' I Weekend visitors of the I Thursday and caught 10. Ford Industrial Equipment V
''I.; Lucky Lutgens were Fred and Mike Chltty and Otis Mel. These games I are being held 8001 N.W. 13th. Rio 441 USED EQUIPMENT & L Men's ShopS TIME Dtooowivqulrexienta 1Wf v
I each Tuesday Wednesday
ton attended the of '
.Sandra Daughtery and sons wedding '
with n* flrat.
(:, r!,_ Michael and Fred Jr. of Miami Alvin B. Howard Jr..al"d, Bonnie -" and Thursday at the Reno PHONE 379-501 SALES PART SERVICE) Florsheim Shoe*- S28 N. Main St. 0e.1u..vm.>
Freeman and Myrtlce Green last Friday night Recreation Center, starting at PICK UP A DELIVERY Peso Fluma Suit Phone 818- M1
Daughtery of Jacksonville. Mr. Alvin [ButchJ: la an old friend 6 p. m. )1"1-*-. 4488 N.W. Sixth/ Ga.1II.-vilt. Ladle Wear
The Little
League will end
of Mike's.
and Phone 379-3044
and Mrs. Joe Joseph Arrow Dress Shirt
Mr. and Mrs., Buddy Ellis July 26 with an All-Star game
I daughter Nell of Gainesville played at the Recreation CRANELDqcOi.5fERdvni 13 W. University; Gainesville. PAINT & GLASS
"Mrs.Roxle Smith and son Lee and family of Gainesville were
of. N. C. DonnleiOstecn and visiting the Chlttys Saturday Playground/ : : GARDEN SUPPLIES Liddell
Florida Pest Control and i Sharon, Head of Keystone Afternoon.We The V Recreation Center win MOBILE 'HOMES Paint &
be open most of the summer Authorised Sato 8.rvtM
.Heights.: Lee. ned, Sandra would like to express A
end children will be visiting sympathy; to J Mrs. Albert Van from 9 to 1 p. m., and' from 606 University Gainesville Johnson& Fans, Inc. MUSTANG Glass Co. 1\

Chemical Co.STALLING'S I for .fetf'.days this week. Netta on theV death of her 4 to 6 p. m. Monday through E. ,

Mr- and.Mrs.: Sam'Butler Jr. .husband._ Mr.- Van. __ Netta_ ___ last Friday- On Friday. and Saturday Phone 372-4251 Complete Line of Mobile Homes Inc... KTANIZE PAINTS
I .
; the center will also be SEEDSPLANTSInsectIcidesPet Sliding Door.
and l.sCln ot Onnpnd Beach Tuesday. He was well known I.
!and Dottle: and Steve Mcln- In these parts. and will be open from 8 to 10 p. m. Crane's ImportsVolvo SnppllMFEUTZUZKRS! Ga1awnrWe' Discount Mobile Tub Enclosure-81iower' Doon

tire of Atlanta Oa.-'were visiting mimed by his many friends. The manager.. ..M.r.Jnckion, V Hama Sale Lot. -WtndowAAwntngOarpeVVaIIpaper8torafront
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Mrs. Jo Strandberg over Mrs. H. T. Smith waj visitIng Is grateful for the cooperationthat 'We Rent Fertilizer Spreaders' Purchase dUoount on, entire. \

CORNER the weekend.'Dottle Steve her daugher, Mrs. Trelll* .hat&been.given wlUu.,t.he FIAT-IULUV1AN V 224 N.W. 8th Ave. chain guarantee huge avingrs. Consultation. 1*>
stayed until Monday morning Cheshire in Pompano o\er the teams and the attendance at 118 N.W. Sixteenth St.
the All 2201 N. :Mala: Gainesville NEW'MOON CAPEIXA: GAINESVILLE S72-SU1
before returning to his den- weekend. While she was gone, games. parents and interested PHONE 17Z.0471OaJne.vUle .
I jetty school. her daughter from. Jackson- fans pro Invited to Phone". 8724373Bea FIa. PACEMAKER

OASIS LOUNGE Mrs. Jewell Rose had her vine Techla McGriff and Mrs. ',jattend itfieae! James. Sand cheer ,0> U ecU Mobil: Home. Low
.1141"" Clark. F.' W Murray' and'familiesspent YOU ,itcam. c.i SEWING MACHINES
mot er-1l\-law. Priced. With approved credit
Your. CLOSEST,Spot For and ''Mr. and: Mrs V : David Low- the weekend at her CHURCH NEWS .ty AcademyPOWELL'S GLASS low a* flOO down.
the weekend place. Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Services will begin with National
WINES BEER pry.vl it1nar. over Sewing
LIQUOR I ,Dave, and.Louise .Lewis of Vernon Williams and family. Sunday School at 10 a. mMrr. ., 4320 N.W.'13th St. 441 North
Open 9 A.M.. 12 P.M. P'oq ,Myers. have ,been visiting I joined them for A1 cookout, -' Delestre in ch. &rge.Morn- : GAINESVILLE Gainesville! S78-184S Machine Co. Inc. .
Pete and Joyce,Barton for the i Mr. and Mrs; M. J.- Johns tng Service. 11s., m.Xhe: Love ,

Friday and Saturday 9 A.M. 2 AJVl paSt .week, enjoying/ v the fish I are L spending. a f"w days .at Bfast'willtbe held ,that wo Beauty Academy GLASS CO. INC."EVERTTBINO CALL COLLECTMotorcyclca' New Home; Pf aff. Neloo,, *
their ( postponed .from'Uie.fl rat-Sun- "'
I stirrecuperating' place
l ing': and ufoe.>lake': Pete Is IsVweek.V I UhlYersal Sewing Mchm
SPECIAL DISCOUNTS' ,ON MOST 3 FIFTHS << from,aurll'iry.L1MancllRobert.M.niUJll! That seems to be all the news day.! ; Atu3, p..m.the. Obplr Learn a Profession In Tour IN GLASS"&ton Sc>6tera Sale '&: Service
Orta'.t.e1' -
< of from Indian Bench thty week,. Union wJH.be.he-Id.t ; Spare Time. Full or Part!: TIme Nearly New Unit 35 nonth
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,. "lc >nvUl.visited* their ,so here's! Leeon- / Allen; ChapeL Communion :Front Mirror ,
8 Ml. Sooth of'StarkeoiiJ. S. 301 grandparents. Fred and Corlne EXEON-3 CORNER1' wUt'be' n.tthe8p.' !' m. DAT a EVENING CLASSES Window Sliding Glass CYCLERAMAMotorcycles Bud et,Tenn. Available!

Thleman,lost weekend.Don -God'.' Creation ,Man'*,.De- service. Door Tub Enclosure '
Low :Tuition :T rnv- V 11'
"CONVBNTIOM{ W. U atv>endty. GalneavlIM
and Sue .RtoIe and .trucl1qQt : .
219 N.W. .Ave.
sqn of Jacksonville spend Some people sal that God Is The Sunday Schoof. ACE GalnevHe| ,10th 318X7MCONCRETE lOSS K. r. Waldo Rd.GahwvUl YAMAHA&., 378-1355

-r ., ing".their _vscat1Qzt.at their dead. t 'a .League. and Missionary Convention f B H W
w '% 3752654University
Florida trailer home on the lake. And that he dtds long ago.But of the West Jackson. ._ 1 t ,
Serving Mr. and Mrs. Dick Milliard anyone with any sense. yule District'will be In seulonJUM..1hU.18 PRODUCTS I 8AJLB8ACCESSORIES. TrLES &PAINT .

Since 1930 were in Qultman Ga. recently Surely knows that tent so. -a-8 New Bethel 'lis"w.: Unlvenlty; Gakiesvllle I,

97da fJ.ielg;; oervict, Una I i I visiting_.her...mot.be Mrs. T. God created the Heaven. AMij!: Chl.rcl1.J2Dr: ; "TyleratreeCLpelegates n'. ., .5VINSZST'TIIAI', Glass S78-2811 FIXNTKOTK .
''A. Sweat, Mrs.. sweat..return- And all the *Urs Above. ( .wUlJ Misses : ALL YOUR Vinyl-Vlnjl; Asbestos AplMl.

-.r..... ..",... l..........,.,... .... I'eel home with them.- and: la Then he created( .JJarth ," Shlrjey) ; Cohens"and. ',Juanita V_ VVV "' & Glazing-., Inc. I Floor :FInishing! Prodil!te
:wv4alttng a daughter in And blessed It with'>Ji 'loyet! 'Griffin.:,, COicCnzTzpnoiwcrsEdwards MOVERS-
V I Vero Beach. He then made: man ,and w m- c -The Young People l<< of Allan.Chapelwll S MIRRORS' -
I .
LoDJatancA.Moybg .
Mrs. CordiallyWelcomes ,' Kevin Thomas"'and Mike an. "-be onxpie program, .. S AUTO,' GLASS' WAlLPAPER!: "
Carolyn '* At S p. m. All Junior Church) Local Drayage ,
Houston of, Jacksonville were To give.thuv world a .bart. ', :
Eaves I weekend!, visitors of Robert And ever" since that day, I members are Jvlted t4 attend:' i BuildingS Tub Enclomire) -V Shower* Storage Packing -pratingBhlppiog TenneyTile & Paint
Representative I I I and. Rodney Kit.. Rodney had They've'tried to tear it apart. The Missionaries wllli.hve pl ,! Inc.; ;. Door Star* Front I V '

Ph. 964-5812 You and Your : his .last day of college Monday X3od..:reatted -diseases., ., I charge of ,the program/ at 5 1319 8. Main Gainesville FREE ESTDIATES dlLLHiLL'SMbVING V V 2222 N.W.' 6th St.:

122 N. Bay St. Family to Your I Mra. KIte' mother. Mrs. Of this we aft are''sure.- I I TVOTTCT5 p. m-Friday.! 726 S..MaIs-3124$44 i 876-9081 : Galne vil]* 378-1302'

Kuyken: New Home .
Starke 188 w11l 'irOlcf : OA.UfUVII..UI. : FLA.
Dell Chapter ,
I_.Visitor also- Alicia. their He's now, cheating acure. I ii8 regular meeting at 8 Pv.ro.. &, Storage jt.Inc..a.inejvUI TRAVEL
daughter;; left for Chartvtlle. Man created weapon*r.C. ._ IRONORAMENT4T,
The State of Florida V.... where she will teach And:** then.ibegn( to.fl ht.N01.f' I Thursday: In the Masonic Hall 'El.ttnuc'l'rJOT nS V aMi1N.a.w.id\ :Rd.
Brownlee St. All members
:. swinupingat a camp this .1UJ1g ..aa.J.bo ab... on .. ,_ 372-4271 House of Travel
,I It Is Our L>c! !re' ToJMake You Feel Welcome and I summer., He doesn't know wrong from are time.asked to be present and, .' ,

You With Your City. Jack and Lou Miller celebrated right- on e' j.. nt S Ornamental Iron MUSIC
To Acquaint Friends are asked to visit : tt qml INC. t
: their wedding anniversary If he doesn't forget his flgbt- Rev Damon Dell. W. P-." who ,. Steel; Stab ,
Lou didn't tell m& :* <( Music Co. ..,---
Tuesday. Lipham
hlh"home J Jpot *
If you are new In the area, a phone me.how many years they've And scriatingarI'ni i. .. < "convalescing' North" Street.at He fwUrjxrjgrateful M jcc1aewfme.VIn.R.e ir'Co:: ,. Fabrication Erection of STEAMSHIP
I 'Guess, she afraid* ( Light Structural Steel GaliaserWe Ctr.
visit beenmanted. \ our, wonderful t Shopping .
call will bring you a prompt :..for your cards and R. K.
, thought 1'd figure how old (wQrl40 v1stt.Tdrs. Alma :B. Bacon.W. > ;: :Miscellaneous Iron S72-S3U
I from your k4hostess.\ Please five she was. Wednesday. Loyd Will be r 'iuinedtto"arjrwa( : 1 ; M- ,, Repe.'rIr1' > Uwindjiod 110 N. W. iota Avenue) Hotel! Car RentalI

Jackson of Jacksonville was a before. v'i c N"! Va: d. Steel Products ,Co. AuthorUed No Charge For V Oar Service
her a call! She has maps and many guest of the Miners for lunch. I I hop itbat JwwiU: jruW '1D.jAni Baldwin Piano .* Organ Weekday; 8:3O: to 5OOSat. :
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Sandy Morgan, Hei'shell Wall- Jean Bryan, JoAnn Forsyth, Rohn Dale, June I I I.
Golden; Eagle' Passport Is BargainFor mold or rotted manure, ,' ono-Add Like Peas With Your KJce? i iIt's ROPING CLUB (don Rodney Griffis.," Gall Jordan, Hazel GrfcCtis, Mr. and Mrs, Robert Harvey
I third good garden Jdntn.. 13 to 19 -- Ralph Morgan, Shirley Jones.Recent Edmondnun, Qalnenville, a

Outdoor Loving FamiliesWith about phosphate onhnlf, ,to each-cup.half' bf bushel super. The Old Shell Game Acyain RESULTSThe Greg WuodH, Kills Crlffls. daughter 13. Mary McllHS.,", June
20 to 38 Adro Brown, Births
of this soil mlxtuie. Shell Houses That Is' Van Prescott, Robert. Jordan Mr and Mm Mario Campora
There two -
are popular species
family camping end County!I. Fore Lake nnd Mill] of African violets -. Jim Drawdy. Bradford County Hospital of Rtarke announce the birth
outdoor recreation moving: to! Dam areas I Marion County), Bradford County Roping 30 and over C B. Hayes, announces the folowlng births: of a son Ricardo Andres on
Forest.' (properly known as Snlntpaul- Bradford County Tax Collector J. IV Kelly 1 is lookingfor Gilffls 6 in Alachua General
the forefront of vacation planning Osceola National las The lonuntha has redUluh- Club will celebrate its flint an- Charles Jones, Merrill Mr. and Mrs. Walter Richard June
many Floridians will be Ocean Pond area I Baker a shell house that was located on a lot in the> Peets- niversary Saturday, June 17 Jim Easters Hospital
brown, hairy leaves and light Eilmondson, Starke a son,
Investigating: the benefits of County I, Castillo de San Mar- violet-colored flowers Tho vlllo Negro settlement east of La/wtey last year. A parade will be held throughthe Ladles JoAnn Forjyth;) i

the Federal:! Oovernment's nationwide cos National Monument at St species kcwensla has /green '-1 know It was there because I took a picture of it," downtown section, startingat Gall Jordan, Ima Jean Bryan,
'Opciatlon GoldenEagle. Augustine, and Everglades National loaves with white halra Thereare the puzzled collector said. "But when I went back last S p,m. from Bradford High i Scharlet Jones, Joyce Lewis, I

," Park. several varieties with blue, nothing but an, empty lot." School. I Shirley Jones. WALDO LIQUORSBOBBY'S
This established In The Golden Eagle Passpoits week, there was Two events will be held at ARENA RACE i
program lavender, pink, or white flow- 35 similar Instancesof
196S. Is designed to &train Increased may be pmchised at the Kelly mild there hove been about the Bradford County Fairgrounds 7 and' under Robert ,

financial support for County ASC3 office in the eis For an Indoor projoct this shell (prefabricated) homes disappearing from lots starting at 7:30: p.m., Carter, Dean Blown, Kim I HIDEAWAYU.S.
the Land & Water Conservation Agricultural Building, or from Hummer, propagate Suhttpuul- In Bradford County In the past few years. ,"Tht''''' I I" and there will also ,be a trail Prescott, Dennis Brown, Andy

Fund and has become an any of the recreation areas or las by means, of leaf petiole one piece of property north of Starke, where the house ride for Roping Club members Jordan, Llxaia Lee I
Important Instrument for con-!, monuments where they are cuttings Simply cut a leaf has been moved off throe times in the last two or three only. Any child under 18 must 8 to 12 Ronnie Hall, Kim- U.S. 301| One Mile North of Waldo

servation in a little more than j used. with one to two inches of Its be accompanied: by parents, bo Forsyth, Keith Jones,
A national directory, listing years: Ki-lly tiald.! guardians, or someone who will Sandy 'Morgan, Robin Parrlah .u
twe years attached stick the petiole MUSIC
petiole ; who
shell home companies
seaports The collector blames for him. Nathan Shannon
Mrs. June Chapman' ASCS the areas where the in moist sand, vermiculite, be responsible +
In Starke. may be used is also available move the houses off after the occupant defaults on a The trail ride will start 13 to 19 Ernie Trlest, I '
office manager or a mixture of sand and peat Wed., Fri, Sat. NightsGOGO
states that the Golden EaglJ at the ASCS county office.Let's With luck, roots will form at payment and vacates after the last event. Riders will Bills GrIffis, Danny Baas, Greg,I

Passport-- wallet size card-I the base of the petiole In four "It messes us up, because the property la. assessedat leave from the Fairground, Woods GIRLS
neof the best bargains in -- 'the house going down the Laura Churchgraded 20 to 38 Jim Drawdy. Van I
then If
1 Is to six weeks Soon after thru a figure to cover the lot'and house,
road, and back to the Prescott, Adro Brown, Henry
recreation offered today. a small rosette of leaves will moved off and the taxes aren't paid, no 'one will buy I I
bearer and GofBGardening Fairgrounds for a cookout ardovernlg'ht Lawson Goods
entitles the Prices
the Discount Package
It appear. When well rooted, there's nothing left but a on
everyone accompanying him In cutting can be potted In a the tax certificate camping. 39 and over. C 'B:. Haycj,
his automobile to enter all four-inch container. vacant lot." Everyone Is invited to come Merrill Crlffls, Jim Easters,i, Owned & Operated by Bobby L. Brynn
find a buyer, then It and view the events. Ernest Trlest,
Federal recreation areas where It take about six to eight When a tax certificate falls to out ) I
entrance fees are charged. months to produce a good reverts to the county who must hold it for two ,yearsbefore Women club members arc' Ladies Joyce Lawson Ima|

With one permit families can flowering plant from a cut foreclosing and offering the property for sale. asked to bring a covered dish

visit the nation's outstanding Ity Hcrvey Klisrpe, Father ting. The number of plants also "We don't get a dime tn taxes out of It 'lUll It goes! backon of baked beans or cole slaw
and scenic areas an Kxtenftion for their family. The rent will
recreation Florida Agricultural may be increased by dividing said __
the tax roll, Kelly
for be furnished by the Roping
unlimited number of times Service old plants Into several -
catch them moving houses off like that, we
"If we Club
an entire year Mrs Chapmansaid Individual crowns or rosettes
I AFRICAN VIOLETS; and potting them In separate stop 'em until, the taxes are paid," Kelly aald "But we Winners of the June 10 : :

Included In the program are African violets are like Juue containers.\ can't stay out there and watch them an the time." events (in order of finishing) v q ti yA

several thousand Federal brides they thrive on love! Violets are rather sensitiveto So if you look out the window and see'a shell home were:
parks forest, monuments,,, and tender care light. With Insufficient "drifting off" down the road'1 Tax Collector Kelly wouldbe CLOVEKL.RIF I Ii'
refuges, recreation 7 and under Kim Prescott, I IMISM'
wildlife and light, plants make vigorous
Since brides young mighty happy If you'd give him a tall: Linda Lee Linda
Dora Trlest ,
areas, and other public\ landsall old have mastered the subtle growth, but produce few or no gAr
the Nation Ten of in Grlffla, Lisa Lee, Dean Brown _
'across attention, flowers. Grow the plants a
art of enticing 12 Ronnie Hall -,. ,
8 to
these are located In Florida will window or .In full sunlight '
that bright
The $7 passport does not here keep the are plant a few life tips in the home during the winter, bat til $748 Million In, Rural Loans Kimbo Forsyth, Rodney Hall, to $
Nathan Shannon, Perry Bryan,
cover special service carges'l; the summer place the plantson _
fees for elevators,I happy sill out ,of Shirley Llzcnbee
such as Unless you are trying to a window or just Will Be Insured By FHA '
13 to 19 Ralph Morgan,
bathhouse locations.
guides, firewood I divorce yourself from two liv- the sun's reach in other
facilities, or rental of boats don't dash cold Creg Woods, Ellis Grlffis, Danny
Funds from the sale of the ing the bride or an Afri- The beat temperature of3alntpaulla. William T Shaddick. Florida Both the funds. for! farm Bass
Golden Eagle Passports and water violet on Both like ,to sip / ... Is 60 to 62 degrees state director for the Farmers ownership and. rural housing 20 to 30 Van Prescott,
other Federal recreation fees can their liquids slowly.A at night and 70 to 73 In the Home Administration, has received loans are being made available Henry Lawson, Sonny Lawson
word from Washingtonthat immediately. Adro Brown.
go Into the Land & Water wick extended from tho daytime
Conservation Fund This helps of the pot is a good Insects like the tender this agency has authorityto Farm ownership loans are 39 and over Merrill Groins -
provide more local, state and 'bottom to offer the plant ,a drink plants. To control mealybugsuse Insure an additional $148 made to buy land, construct/ or C. B. Hayes, Ernest Trice:
way million of rural loans repair 'buildings ;Improve land Jim Easters
national outdoor recreation I' In a dish of an equal quantity of alcohol -
opportunities. Congress appropriated Placing !the pot and water. Armed with 'a This action, announced In and refinance debts. They are Ladles -- Hazel OrlfflJ! Call yyMI
water is also
a total'of $158 million i Violet like medium amountsof .mall. paint brush full of this Woah'iigton by Secretary of repayable over 40 years and Jordan Joyce Lewis, June
I Orville L Freeman 'bear' five per cent Interest. Prescott, Debris Drawdy Scarlet
from the fund for use by FlorIda moisture. So, don't let their mixture, seek out the mealybugand Agriculture
during the three fiscal become too dry. or don't tcuch him with the brush will enable USDA's Rural housing: loans are Jones.OUtKEL.
roots farmers and other WEAVE: ':
Farmers Home Administrationto made to
the with
years. 1963-67 become water soggy. do not wet plant
By use of these funds, the let them spots on the the solution. commit an additional $30 rural residents in opnn country 7 and under Dean Brown, L _
I Light-colored ownershiploans and small rural communitieswith Robert Carter, Dennis Brown, I
State'of Florida was able to leaves are caused' by cold Mites cause a stunting of million In
purchase Cape Florida, a tractof water on the leaf If you mast the plant, poor growth and few and $118 million In rural populations of not more Kim Prescott, D. Trlest, Lisa tiiL
housing loans to low and mod- than 3,500.Loans are, made to Lee.
park land on the tip of Key surface-water the plants, use flowers Mite-Infested plants
because erate income families construct and repair needed 8 to 12 Ronnie Hall Klin-
Biscayne !in Dade County, and water Remember, should be discarded,
lukewarm I Previous allocations of funds, homes and essential farm ,bo Forsyth, Ruth, Jones, Nathan
and dlfflculc'tocontrol.
state the insect Is
additional very
several the soil sur-
rot off at
local projects have already plants face because of excess water Crown rot is the wont ,for farm ownership loans were buildings, purchase homes or Shannon, Robin Parrish, Standard diesel fuel delivers
been submitted for matching'l much fertilizer. disease. It can turn the centerof i exhausted February/ There buy sites on which to build) Perry Bryan.
the fund to acquire or too prized violet! into a are "some 20,000 applicationsand homes. The maximum, term is 13 to 19 Wills Orlffli,,
monies from of food your '
other park and recrea- depends The amount on tho size plant'of the decayed ni.sa. There in l no control unfunded loan,dockets cur- 33 years. The Interest rate on ,Ralph Morgan, Leaton Morgan, lon% combustion for 100% power!
held the Farmers loans .to families .,with.lowand Ernie Trlest
tional land in the state. The size plant) once the dlse8 e' hits. rently being by .
plant average '
Included in tht list of Flor- requires no more than a teaspoon Destroy thereat of,, the diseased Home. Administration. moderate incomes 'is five percent 20 to 30 Van Prescott,
discard the soil, aid' Funds for rural housing Adro Brown, Sonny Lawson: ,
ida areas honoring the Golden of a 8-6-6 (NPK) fertilizer plant, ,K. G. DUNCAN Agent --- -
low and moderate Income Farmers Home Administration 'Jim Drawdy, ,
Eagle Passport are:' Apalachlcola three or tour sterilize the' pot before. using. loans to
National Forest, Camel months.every, again. I families were exhaustedIn services are made' available I 39 .and over C B. Hayes, Starke, Fla. STANDARD!

Lake area ,[Liberty County, To keep the plant happily r To halt leaf spot or'nail'1'' April. The Farmers Home through more ,than .1,600 I Charles Jones, Merrill Griffis QI
Silver Lake area .[Leon: County blooming, re-pot the violets an.. head rust, try spraying the Administration, Is now holding county offices serving the Jim Boaters. .
and > rural counties in.. the Ladle JoAnn Forsyth,
42,000 applications 3,000 -
], Wright Lake area nually. For a re-potting mix plants with one and one-eighth some
Franklin[ /: County], Ocala Na. ture. University of Florid I tablespoons of 50_ per cent unfunded loan dockets for [ United States, Puerto Rico, and Gall Jordan, Ima Jean Brown .....,..*..CMICVRON eHp-
tlonal Forest. Clearwater Lake t horticulturists recommend i wcttable. Captan per gallon of rural housing loans.SERVICE the Virgin Islands. June Prescott, Dolores Drawdy,

and Lake Dorr Areas (Lake, mixture of one third peat, leaf, 'water Scarlet Jones .
lal landing force of 17. s. Marines I BUDDY PICK-UP .
Into the southern buffer 7 and under Dean Brown,
area of the demilitarized none Robert Carter, :; : .
Kim Prescott, Dennis ,
for a search'and destroy sweep D. Trlest, ,.' '- .

IL you iike :going My 4P; sa+ avsp through the free zone just Brown.8 to 12 --- Ronnie Hall, Kim- '

?firs( ,class"; .you'll like '[his, MENAND south of the-Ben Hal River. be ,Forsyth, Nathan Shannon, :'.._,/.', :. .' : What Do You'''Need. ? We Have It! ,,

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y divides North and South Viet; hand-to-hand combat, use of The flag was awarded to the .
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