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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 17, 1965
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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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 )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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VOLUME EIGHTY-SIX 8TARKE. FLORIDA Till'KSDAY. JUNK IT, 11M53 NUMBER FIFTY-ONE w eMSee

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zt :: Under 100% Assessment ;1


This la what wail. left of Iho IHIUI! Font that wan caught< Tun-yeur-old -\my Morrlne Crews, daughter of Mr. a"ttC

In the middle' of M thrro-rnr wreck Mitturtluy when hit tram Mr.*. Sinclair TtMMitlore. Yews died In the) crash and hor.

$84,000 Additional I .behind by a ptilpwuml. trurk. ,inothrr was seriously: Injured and I la la the t'F: mrdlrol l ,,

R R Assessments I renter.


Warney Adklnsnn Revenue SeenIlia I First Fatality




New BHS Hit Full Value: Tax Assessor reassessment Gene Long study released"substantially tentative\ complete"figures Girl 2 Killed In U. S. 301 Crash'"

Monday setting 1965 total property assessments at ,

Railroad property" In Bradford & 131.000 I ntaxes compared to $53.509.800, triple the 1964 evaluation.

Cage Coach County will henceforth be (49.789 In 1964. Millajre under the new 100 per cent assessment

assessed at 100 per cent according Had the county not gone to scale will be reduced to 14.84. according to the formula Two-year-oM Amy More

to Tax Assessor Gene 100 per cent assessments this set forth under the state legislature's Just Value In Joint MeetingProgress Crew was killed Instantly:
Local FFAerIs
Rated TopsOne Long who this week received year, railroad would have been Law Long said but revenue Is expected to increase ? I Saturday and her mother, seriously .

word from State Comptroller assessed. at only ".18 p.r cent about $84.000. J injured when a pulp- .

Raw Green ta that effect. of .Its value according to a 1965 The said his is mail Made) wood truck slammed. Into the
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of the top basketball" -We are one of the fret study by Howie A. Associates Top State rear of the 1BOO Font sedan
coaches In the state has been I counties In the state to hit a This would have meant that Bradford County property owners their new assessment In\ which the family was rid J'nl J-

hired to tutor that .port at 100 cent rating on railroad railroad property would have figures tomorrow (Friday). No notices will [.
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Bradford High next year It assessments Long said Mon- been assessed at less than Us be mailed to those home owners who still qualify for Beef Breeder It wa Bradford! County'

was" announced this week by day. This means that the Rail was In 1964 and would have Homestead Exemption and whose property is assessed On Jr. College first highway fatality In 1063: ,

Athletic: Director David Hume f road Assessment Board has Indicated caused a decrease In the total at less than $.'>.000. the local: Florid! Highway Patrol

and Supervising Principal Connie that It accepts the fact county tax roll Instead of an Total taxable property will things worked out. Under the John Odom, a Junior anilvicepresident I 1 station reported. The mother -

Clark. that.Bradford County Is evaluating Increase in excess of a million be approximately $40.443,300, reduced ((1484)) mlllage, *r- of the Starke Steps to *t the operation ofI I and 31) appointment of a pr.... Peggy Ann Crews 28 1 Ia

Warney Adkinaon, 37. with I Its property at 100 percent dollars. more than triple the 1944 tax rived at through the just. value l'rA Chapter has bean named the Aluchua-llrndford Junior 'dent.. In fair condition In the University

14 yean coaching: experience, of lust value. Another ratio study was roll of 113,512900: Long aald. formula, the 1115: tax roll will winner of the State lint College under, way begun The) college, which will of Florida. Medical'

come. highly\ qualified accord Railroad property. last year scheduled to be made by Howse One mill under the 100 percent produce fSSl.348.10, an Inrrevs Hremler Award for doing. Tuesday when. nominee for a stress. vocational education as' Center She has, affording to
ing to Hurae He took hi* was assessed at 47 per cent & Associates when Long competed assiMsment will be valued the best job of any Future permanent Advisory Commit- well Dr. Pete a. Felo who attended
of ,f0 ,18HoU even us academics on an adult
Class B Blountstown team- to I aeonrdlng to a ratio study' performed his re-evaluation, but a. $40.443r: compared to 112.512: without aaments from new Farmer In Florida with Msbeef tea from! the two groups met level Is not expected to be the family at the Bradford

the SUte Championship in by Howse A. Associates this Is not necessary since the In 1M4, construction Added.Kevenu ... breeding, program in Gainesville. operational until September, County Hospital Saturday

1MO winning by one point and of, Tampa for the Railroad Assessment state comptroller has accepted Mlllaf... reduced In almost from new construeUufl. Odom the son of prominent The Bradford School Board llWrt,, in other words, Casey night head Injuries Including;
was runner-up 'In 1M1 losing, iradford's reassessment a* be llrect to the In- ilradford cattleman J. D numerous cuts, a broken jaw
Board and railroad proportion on Tuesday June U, n"m.dUuy .
.......d at lt.270.9OO. I III said It will not cost Bradford
by a .Ingle point.' I property' : was assessed at 1998.- ng 100 per cent of,lust value: cressin< assessment" by the tenUtlvt.lv .ltt.t 118.800 Odnrn, was. honored at the Andiews. 8. U. Denmark, County anything until then. and posulbl skull fractures' ,
HI* team won conference Value ,formula 37th Annual FFA Convention A second daughter Becky
cage egialatnr just
490. Under 100 per cent assessment and James Illuutlworth as It. .
for eutotaj revenue increas* In Hume vocational classes art
championships three i railroad property .' was' reduced from 4129 In Daytona Beach this week three members. of the commute Fay i..GdenAeld 6. also sutfre -
to be III session this
$$$8,500 Racing. IMA of 984.04863. expected
time., were three to Total assessment when he received >l heiul/ Injuries but wa.rel..ed *
runners-up 1484 9100 toward
evaluation will shoot to subject to approval by
up however old Uslnsvllle
A* lions explained the Just fall, In the ,
I from the BrndfonlCounty
time. They also won two 2.l20ftOO Long says. Checks MailedState went up, from fl8.tt3a.5BO In purchase of a purebred animal the State Department of Kilucutlon : ofnae It J
Value, formula, the 1964 property post building. Tue.. The
Group titles and were runners- This means an addition'evaluation 1M4 to the new flgur. quoted evaluations are divided to add to his herd., Ills vocational The Board' at the I. planned to move lac-hue Hospital Uy
Up three time ComptroU.i'ftarG&"nannounced above, of (33.BOO.800. agriculture adviser Is also unanimously father and driver of the Ford'
of $1.122.110 to the tan same meeting
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Adult Bducatloneluisei
Into the new 100 cent assessments County's
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Sinclair Theodore Crew 2il
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Adklnson team. In the past roll of'Bradford' County this this 'week th.t' "Lon. .a"uftret thought revenue Curtis Marlowe. passed a resolution agreeing and
to get a ratio. The Into the building
11 won ITS: .and check for 18,500 were mailed raised In 1M3 under th* An Future Farmer or the drivers of a third car"or
year games year. be said. Bradford ratio I I. 2.779. according outstanding to participate In the Junior operate them under the junior .
lost 99. He coached at Bloanistown ) -I But under the new mllU,. I to each of the 47 counties as reduced mlllage would not exceed to the .....ear. That In the three years he has \ college) at a coat of approximately I Continued On Page Four) the truck were not injured.
The fatal In which
from 1957-64 and was" rate 14.84. Instead I ..of, 42.25: la18C4 their shar of the June race, ) the $616,16960 raised In ratio I I. then divided into the taken vocational agriculture, $i>OOO per year.Arrordlng anckient.
named Panhandle Conference the atllltles will pay only track fund dlstrttmtte\ I Irte 19 4.. but this Is not the way Kauri I Odom' main project: la bent" to Hupt. Casey. charges are still pending, oo-
ICoUnud On Pas
Continued I _On Page Four I cattle. He has 28 registeredcattle ] the .....rI.I"tur. hs estsbllsh4 cured at *:BO pm. Saturday:
,o7 alVM and" 49 cow1and the AlaollulII. r..tord. end 10-Inch 1 Rainfall ... mole south ot Lawtey at
...., tile Old awtey' Road l turnoff .
. .y0' 140 acres of Improved Leon County colleges as I'rl-
from tH.. 301. Acuonl-!
'rl" ,,' '. pasture. 'orlly 1 areas and has set *,
,... .... --'". I j. HI. top achievement In Fixture I fund, ol $160,000'for'each: at Breaks Drought Ing to' Trooper J. M. Hollls,
..... .II three vehicle were travel-
Farmer activities was the two BdhooUThe state hassled
Ing', north on IT.", :aui
winning the star Htat' Ore.". \ set up >eV |90oO; .fund, td)

hand Degree. He I also has be u..ej In s.ttlng! up the 001"-, Almost 3 Mi lneh..* of rain The nret ear 11H9 Plymouth
: twice' won award* In7'A oration of the.'two schools, fl| Out t the Nw lUvr) firetpwry sedan' driven by Marion Matf( ,

contest for public'' speaking, Meeting ,Tuea-lny.. ..the., Advlsory ; ; Wednesday Ie)'m._* It son( Orlftls, 31, formerly nfaLawtey
but from Tucson.Arliona. .
I and has been winner In Holl Committee, though 1 ;.not t &.1)4/) "wtttst" spot tn tit* county now :
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0' had| stoppwi' and wa.
soil, Water Conservation snrl, yet ofHrlnlly, .. sectioned iiy Htajke reportai about ,> M.ncJie ...
to turn left. onto theOld
$ Crop Farming contests He i Iced j the) ptste\ I liepartment/ of Educallun. during the nih'i a rtOfSIM waiting
.. Crews
on the llvlo k and ...111 1 j agreed to meet. again ) the Santa F*' and HUh- Lawt.yo.IIIad. The) "*
car hat stopped., tn allow tn*
judging/ team of the Mtitrk Tuesday, July 13, to 'go over lamb" tower aluo had over
':hapter, applications( for pr*..H..nt of nm lurch Plymouth to turn when UM
pulpwood Irish drli,." tI>]r*
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  • n also hops to( tour I 'th., Alnthus-Ursdford Junior Wednesday's.. ftowr1\XJUJ\ Carlo Norman :23.: of IWUtea
    Kurope: and some of the Cum- College omulal, steps In set. brought the that hM
    try | average I I, Lawtey. plowed. Into the
    munlat Mm countries of the col-1 I
    as a ling up ciperallun fallen.' In the county sine of the Ford.A '. _
    rear
    member uf a future l.'..r".rerQ..p Ifge I. J 11, approval" of the A"!. June 1 to approximately' 10 chain reaction knocked

    : on a People- fOoI'eol.l.I Vlatiry Committee, 2/> .t.t'l, Inches the 11"0111th..., pi*.
    .. .. << the Plymouth lilu test. .ten
    Inspection of farming areas'. Nrreptiim' 'e of the resolution
    L :1.1 : sued the county In April ape. the Ford was knocked .1'0'
    : ,n July From each county school hoard!I
    Maa I definitely broken. If, and the Ford traveled >It

    fit and was knocked onlo-
    /1 MI National Hoard rmmmrmmmn Carl Murrhflrld. (right) pholngraphsNpeolal the right shnuklar facing;

    I 4- J j1a rorree tuba diver a* ("891. J. A. Cfiambllwe, JOIfc Group lafor* j' Has Better Antenna southeast. The pulpwoixl. ) truck.:,

    ; malfcia. Wflrer. ebarva.en traveled., I 143 feat from the/
    t JYrerre. point of Impact landing on lS(
    ,. +wsa.; h- -egaj .,M t Bid left side In the wools. on the,
    flt-1aI drmoUtlmi ..|.*>| ......* *' .... rtMi b..Pl'sa t cards Gay Withdraws His east< sM* of UK. 301.

    .. a railroad rail when a putt,.-.,..*. charg .f e_p
    Iii bed. as ....... m4 drt_ated. Rail held. ky meet I le blown' I tOO ddmagee( to the rear. "01'

    ..isf I Ia aeveraJ. plats.Special .. the car. Tit Ford, caught la( .;"
    For Cable TV Franchise the mUltll\ was crushed from

    both front and rear and WT3( *

    Forces Wind Up Problem; oumpletely demtillshail.. N..i

    ,LL.... a polity dedalort. ..M skid.. mark were' found al ter
    In a man which surprised riufoid. Mitchell were not present be don rena, according lHoin ., Trouper.
    that nothing can
    OCS{ Commencement Sunday Blsrke's\! City Council Tuesdsy I l at the meeting. Tuesday bout on* sprlfle. C.UltU .. The) road surface, was

    night, the application of Uay's A committee( headed by the present pulley I Ia changed wet but weather. was clear',

    Home Appliances for a Cable Mayor lUrxtal Chltfcy", hi of the ms. report staud.Th .
    I) I. Goat, manager
    Two weeks> of wet and Adjutant Generals of four TV franchise liens .was with teen working on requirement new Holiday Inn on north& truck' front end wa*

    weary training art drawing to Q..... visited BUndlnt andwent drawn. j for a cable TV system but ha that damaged an estimated |3UO,
    Tempi Ac* requested
    a clues with several hundred Into the field to observe Adolph Otj, owner of the not complete Its study Mayor the council consider\ two I II and II ales &turned\ over.

    Special Force' troops who the aggressor-guerilla! maneuver : ari firm told the council that' Chltty said Tuesday" nluhl I hom s on the inn property as
    have ben on guerUla-typc at lint hand. On hand with new equipment' just r- that he .U Mc.rtaln the com I such I
    As
    of the Inn.
    maneuver to the Ocala and for the this Inspection were clved at le*.t jive channels in I'ten wlU bt most' Intll..d. part two .
    Coats aikvd that the
    Oeceols National' Forfll .. re- M.J. Oen. Henry W, MeVtll- can bt't received U.|| said that : In the) new Information.* hnm*. In which he and r..tmsnager Story Hour

    turning to Camp Blandlni Ian of Florida.' Maj. Oen. Alfred with a new type of aerial r*. I Iearilly I shy told the council he .''uallt will reside,

    headquarter Thursday. They C Harrison of Alabama.MaJ Installed In hi* store Mil realliir the advantage ot Tuesday, Jun. 22
    "b* billed. for a* part of
    will begin moving out Friday'! oen. Walter C. Johnson FL Channels :2. 4. 5. 9, II. and 121 i a cable TV system!. tar Other : sinrsg
    th motel systemA 3:30 P.M.
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    and Saturday. to their home ">f MlwIsslppL ant UaJ Oen. can be lCt'IY"d clearly. 11.1 area. such u I.he Ok: and 1
    dUcusslon followed-.,on
    bases In Alabama. Mississippi. Erbon W Wise of Louisiana : b'1npolat I saM he discovered this after' In moi4nialnuou realons. but whether. each home should be At The Library ..

    Louisiana and Florida." During the un ay prtod.lune a inorouin invwsugaiion of all hOJ .left In doubt |"t* advantages .
    the ,. ,. 4* ttnrnftt separately l a." MI -
    ot brawl mm
    Kerf dese.astre..ffrltvwrer new mrmfi gun
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    It's a slightly different story 7-IV the Special Forcespersonnel type of TV reception *, for this. locality: Children 6 To 9 j
    that n,.. art Mtt-BMrMsuwl fracmmlatiu prvj rtlle./ Thus ta the. fret Um the. Crew invited th council to I II. I torn-y rhorre Pierce ..ld that
    for the ITS mm In National! carried out a problem : Oar In other action" the council: (
    Local motet have livingars.
    Guard Officers Candidate I which Involved orcanUlng wris w. has Mrs find hi FUrld$ I.*. the new equipment In operation ; 1 fastened to two' problrm 2'I t
    Incorporated I In the mot -
    SchoOl. across the parade the civilian\ population In the'' (aye the board Information '. concerning bCllne: ; of water
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    trattr jumpa wee completedat wasn't done by Special ForcesAcroue call for rliU :lUclplIn! high t,11 t and they are not preaent- Book Sale
    round' from Special Force rea Into guerilla\ trams to I *(.plaJnlthe new and **wB.e charge and turned
    at standard of i I ly bill separately. for waC*. .1
    clearperiod the ground deportment exacting
    Blandlng: In a brief parade
    headquarter Th OCS candi. combat a simulated Invasion, tip _rtsl and offered to u- both over to the Utility&
    Wednesday OCS. the begins at 6:401 manner of perform Hoard' an app" a! bY Les Jun. 21-2'J
    about daybreak day : ,
    sweat list th In 't .
    dates wifl continue to of Florid 'by aggressor force city any mann Commutes. Mr. Chut LanlaJ,
    I a. m. and light out. at 11 awe and continuous obarrvstlon. Oren for a loading son alhi
    morning.Men go
    It out \until surds y mornint Twelve-man t.ea.en deployed I I !In determining the> feaUWllly : -,., manager of the Half Moon From
    In the field had about.''p. m. Th hour between Nel' correction, and *vaiuUon. Ilulck Agency on J, ", ArroMM
    when annual conunn*inen'exerciser In the OcsJa and Oeeola *- of a cable TV system In ,, Hotel complained. that both
    win be held startlnr National l Forest for this, eight the es of rainfall to con i JUled with cJ..r'sphysical,, S'arke.' 1 i: lhe hotel and the Thrift Ahoy son and: Curt Hirers Chairman \ Starke Library
    tend> with during th* problem. riereUe: .U problem and This year's 8S gnutuate Cart' Hunt referred. the
    at ':30 a. m. for S3 senior purpose. A* the 'lnvsdera"teen j I' A table TV system would blow. It pay a minimum water I
    usual has- harassment from 0C8 Intructor win bring the total number toj t request to he flafsty CnmmKtee -
    to the
    candidate* who win r eeiv captured they wen returned In addition ;I bring with It .he..t_.....: hay charge each month althouth
    h I ards of redbugs. moMIUIt.oooa.land i ( *. evening: art devoted 21* sine the Khonl{ openedIn Uild the a4d.4that !In
    their commission a* 2nd lieu to Blandlng and placed COII r.U. ti* only one meter I 4 Installed
    tenant. Commissioner' of Ag- In confinement for eight ...11:... Several. snake to study and the prrp- 1MI. Graduate" of the I he era attempting to,I the buddingflevTl j Rex>eved| without. commentan

    rtrultnr* Doyle Conner' wff hour.' Stringent method to|I skins hang on barracks walls; arctlorvof equipment. for the school now eonstltut 24 peri;, treat the city a* .n Interested council mrmbert offer from American Uaehln Tht Space Contributed
    at Blandm a* reminder of foDcretnc cta.,'. eh>* deliver the commencement adtfiisa. < mak UW.cr) -. talk I ICbI. tl'ls-n of Mark would> like were of the oplnon; that thtaI Weekly to Publicize
    the occupational hazard of.1MT1U Vied A. weOyn. coca> <' ffleer strength of the Florida| th* city to treat hIm. all) that' \ the city the former fttark
    and around 1JOO 1 tnfl- **rw used Including trussing I I Ia unfair and agreed Community Events& b4
    'w rfare nof.L4. seven nafldant of the sthrol. aar* Army !National' Guard, i Lanai. building or property :
    tsUoru bore been sent to let then 'UP and dunking In I I I Until O*., wlthdrcweJ -thin. should bit dun I
    Mator, city and county. off KJngfVr Lake.Par.efwta ,, foot-plus rawer='w.s kOl4 by,, th* main! tf fore 1* on company|I lour local men will .rereiv. three firms had sought. th*' abrjut It, City Clerk Merrilltniwada I Turned: over to Polk Chief The -

    dais and other rfttniUrte Jump by the) airborne an officer tn the Oral*, Jfa- level I exVrWo trsJntnei. The
    OnrraJ. VWt ) troop were. hampered I ttnnaj. Barest uslnc a bow and v&rtou*. duties, wVhln the day ceremonies" : J L. Crsw- ten In Stark. aWe TV Inc the same situation of -doubt I tsctlnar Seaboard Airlines
    a.n-_ company are rotated daily to) ford. Robert Xny. Billy Dampier > Railway concerning. a complaint State BankPKY
    Military importance? war *t weather condition that of IJv Oak and a local corporation bUllnc" exist* In about SO
    added to th* Special Forcer irevaned during the two E ItUsr*** ......... give each candidate a chance. and &>bbF A en. \ called mark Rnter- raw In Btarfe 'The council by H O Bolllrmer!

    ctivUie TueadAy when th ...*. but the this! admlala-. Bat all the hard Umlnlng; to command. Th method prixr Inc. and managed by decided then that U would (Continued On Pege Four!






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    CWO and Mrs. Walter E I Paula and Suzanne Shields Mm. i, Albert Cates of Day- 'I' Mrs L. C. Adams attended I Highland Man 1\iayor'I\ Court,.'Tuesdjy+ night

    I ', I Johnson and son of :Fort Brn-I of St. Petersburg spent Mon tons T i Roach pent the week- thu Debutante tea honoring and ids license! suspeivJad for

    *- fling, Ga. ale visiting Mrs, I day to Thursday with theft ana \\w-in; Mr. and Mrs. Carl Miss\ Tllce Elizabeth Baker Arrested On a year on charges of driving

    1 lain. ,Johnson' and Mr. ,gtrdMrlicniy I grandmother Mrs. Ed Prevatt Roberta. Mrs. E. C. Roberts Hi l the Tlmuquona Country Shine Charge wattle) intoxicated and fallur,

    Qodwln ,this week. Edward Brown of Starka Who haj spent the past two Country Club on Tuesday a.- I tl) have: his vehicle un'rFIRESTONE

    Miss fJaney pally: who Is Martha\ Ann Alvarez of ''Ral- month*/) with the Carl Roberts, 'I 'noun. I II State Beverage Department Tnntn01.

    GLADYS spending( a. year with h<*rlather1 'ford and Kenneth Vickery 'd rtur.n'Jl home with herduugl':41 'I Mr. and irr W.V hood agents! and the Clay Coiirty: -

    1QOtY : W: T: Dally, of the I Lake Butler are patients itt -. Mrs. Cotes.fWSM I wale ut Cocoa Beach last, sheriff's( office' have announce;! ,
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    Phone 964-0651 I Pi'. Wnrlnrtnln' +*vl 1 VV'ednebday, to utltnd- ,
    American Embassy In Damascus j for' Hospital I Friday tho arrest of James! M\ Nor- Sao Us For-
    Syria: is woiklng in the Mr. and Mrs.. Breon Mrse Sandra land!\ Betty Ann Register li'C; the Kiond.i, ih;pter; So- I man of Highland for poaaos- mST: TIRE Bt'"
    Da- of Vivian, La. wire weekenl 4 y.bP k/l!) aitc.iu tae .10",.aut clety of American Foresters and 111 The Arra
    United 'States Library In slon of still, moan,
    Jit's.' W. B. MUdleton! I'I'1' Mr. and Mrs L. C Adams maacusWordhakbeen received guests of Mr. and Mrs. 'L.' N Majoret.e Camp in Walefaka meeting. flay ", '','nt the week- a BEST I'KICE.

    \('' ,-i Jhfadge Mlddleton. were attended! the graduation of Pickering The P'lkprlnf, hay Ga. ne,q. week end at Ormond Buach. .vnIIlKey. of nEsT QUALITY.'
    that the has Just returned said to be ono
    sitter .Mrs. .Ala Jones} !in Jyiss,Lorna Blitch in Jacksonville Karen Reddlah la visiting Scott McIntyre of Jacksonville :, The still
    cruise to Istanbul Turkey as guests this week Mr. and '1 I the l largest< seized in Cl.w iiORk 31ILRKWin ; :
    l'ckspnville, from londay to oh Saturday. her uncle: and aunt, Mr. and Is his
    cut. Word 'has been received Mm.\ H. A. Klllian and thlei P I| y visiting grandparents County was located a mile '
    Wednesday.Mr. Jenifer Davis of Gainesville t sons of Rodensa, La. ,Mrs.) David' Reid and family Mr. and :Mrs J. H. Uui I 1 I A-
    that she ha lust returned I and a half cant! cf Highand
    And Mra. Charles flees way visiting' her grandmother Mr. and Mrs A, M.\ New j I in Jaclt'i.onvllle: this week. i 1'", [for ten days.
    wart, its| fenlern,, Va. lad 'week Mrs. Lucile Davis over the fiojn a ten day Medlterannaan' berne of Adele, Oa. spent trio\ Mr n 1'. J Mrs. Richard MorrlHim I Mr and Mrs Mike B'lyiui'' according: to Clay Murrhee County \
    to Istanbul 'Tw'key. Sheriff Jennings
    ,.waiting Mr.\ and, dire, : C. AAdteese. >. weekend. Her brother, Greg, cruise weekend with their sUtelt' ,,od:! St. Louis, Mo., are of Daytona Beach spent the 'I
    Freddie Graudon !la visiting/ Confiscated in the raid *ere
    Js'visiting Mrs. Davie the lat )fra. H'inry O'HaraZ spendln a week with Mr.\ weekend with Mr. and Mrs. L .
    Mr. nnf stO, 600 gallons
    Iris grandparents an 11.000 gallon
    81u'Adama and Bill Brown ..ter part( of the week. Mills Louise Hebi Tof Bar and! XI1-3. Henry Moril.ion. C. Adams at Bedford Lake. 'I
    A. In Palmir of mash, large number
    Mrs. a
    nrp attending the Ray Graven Misses' Mary\ Ann Dally and S Wentllng tow' "was Monday"overnight; Mrs, Jvlorrls Williams and I Joy and Peter Novak an; : A
    Pa. for a month. of glass jugs, and gas cylind i I
    nimrner" school for boys'at the Pat Leeper of Kansas, State guest of Mr. and Mrs. R.: (}, .Ili i children!\ of Sylvania. Ga. were upending two weeks with ,
    ,//tdnHral)' ..Farragiit Academy Into University, Kaa. are spending Steve and Joyce Denmark* Paterson.Mr. | visiting :her parents, Mr. and i their grandparents, Mr. and i ers.

    Petersburg Rita week. ,the eummer' .with Mrs.. Mary pnderwent oral surgery! las and Mrs. Walter /pis- KimmonsFarberVows :Mrs. ;oVsae,' Newsome, last Mrs L. N. demons, in Clear- Norman is. free on $500 Pile

    *tr|.;tt. 1.: BrownJee:returned Dally. : Thursday in Jacksonville trunk and family are moving/ Exchanged: N "'1(. ;' water. bond and will appear at a preliminary 8. I

    :Fflday after three weeltslslt Mr. and Mrs. Roy J. Andrews Mr. and Mrs. Comer ALong to Brunswick, Ga. next weekMr. Mr\ anal Mrs. Donald Whla1 I i Mr, and Mrs. R F. Prather hearing on July

    \' with her sister, Mrs. T."J. and family of Jackson and daughter Louise of Sistrunk has accepted r In Chtirch'RitesBeatrice 1 ler and ,children of Chesterton ; and daughters, Charlotte, andMrs. In '
    weekend .
    IJirU>augh. in. Lakeland. ville'were Sunday visitors of Okeechobee were position as Director of Con Ind.! were Saturday vlsl- i; Eddie Brouitsard and son Policeman's Car
    iffs. ... and Mrs. R. O. Dansby. guests of Col and Mrs. T;. T IR of JAr. and Mrs. Carl:
    Loyreo Coromtse sod Long. tinning Education at Bruns Shlp Farber of II tore \ I on Jennings La. are visiting I 1>'Hit From Behind KOCH.
    Daughter, Debbie have return- Mr. and Mrs. Don Bagwelland wick College Mary Kathryn' Starke and, nm _Klmmon ,latliews.Minn > Mr.\[ and Mrs. J. D. Doyle ana'I
    and Mrs N. D. Wain-
    ,i-d: from a threo weeks trip'to family are vacationing for Mr Sistrunk will attend Georgia of Lake Geneva repeafd nuptial \ Etrothy Albrecht has ; Jrrs. Prescott GIU for two,; starke Police Officer GlnA .
    (the Scandinavian/ touiurlrs' two weeks with relatives in wright of Hollywood were Southern College In the Fall) vows 'Suniay evening at moved to \> Veto Beach where I weeks. loo 10 wan Jjhtuiy-on-the-
    CASH t
    'Mrs.! Cocomise attended rurn'l.ture Nashville Tenn. Sunday Mr. and ovei Mrs.! night J R guests. Waln-of and Mike Sistrunk win attend 8:30: o'clock: In the First Methodist Bho will tdttth typing and English ; I Jimmy Andrews la visiting'I II spcit Tuesday:! when a 1065

    chows in Norway. Sweden, Mary Beth Crawford was In U. of F. CITuI.th' WItlt''Rev, John next school term. his aunt Mrs. Dan Neill and '! Chevrolet was hit from behind -
    :;nd Denmark while there: Lakeland last Wednesday to wright after they all attendedthe :! J. W. Retch was in Rich R. Bradham pctformlng the Miss Sua, Morris was in I sun, Glen In Jacksonville this I II at a traffic light-It was
    Wainwright family reunion I
    Doris and Debbie Spengl-r: Sunday visiting Anna Diaz de mond, Va. last week on buslnesn. ceremony ''t'riM* Lakeland and Leesburg over weett. A I his and he In lt.Moore's POT
    at Gold Head Branch| own car was
    'ire spending two weeks with Yrce.: : altar thq weekend where she at. Mrs. Veil Bent and four!
    Centering the Will a
    the); grandparents, Air. and" .Mr. and Mrs B. A, Clark of that afternoon.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Tommy John tall: pedestal! basket holding tended the \wedding of Eileen I children or Alburqueque, N. |' with their wife son Dorothy Jeffery.3.were along :-. No Puzzle to Solve. Nothing -
    and Mrs.\ M B. Jordan
    Mrs. It L. S4.rngter !in, St. Cocon are visiting T. L. Casey of Jacksonville have purchase 'a. sunburst. ''kftanifement of Willis to Ulclt Wills. M. are visiting her parents ,, driving him to work to Write, No Stamps .to
    this'yeek, and Mrs. Casey who will be In PntonlBeach V. AlcomeiidoH, John MIller Mr. and Mrs. M.
    Augustine.. ed a home In Macclenny where Dink and white'gladioli, chrysanthemum S. Miller at Lick. No Obligation Jut
    R. Mis I.o'a Is In Bradford County Hospital from Thursday to Saturday on a'' and Charlie\ McDonald, all j for six weeks. Stopped on Temple Avenue
    J. Kelly Zip"pSfer. Mr. Johns has accepted posltlon ;< pbntpomn and Crrw In Each: \\'Hk or
    Interaction
    and Mrs. Loiett .ler- Mri. W.' B. Mundy. Mr*. W. business.Mr. with Sande ChevroletCo. stock, flanked ''by two s ven- of the Lake CUy VA Hospital .. Lea Garrett of Cleve-II IIAla' tho traffic light at the and Several Times a I)ay aid. art
    of Temple
    It. Hart Mrs. Guy Sale, and and Mrs. Joe Jordan are patients Jn the Starke land, Ohio :Mrs Marshall
    rift Attended the Tax CUllcctpr'sconventlon ] They had as Wednesday: ,], branch candclbra holding Vour FRKS Vltutli? fol"
    in 5t.rlel't1; : .Mrs.+1: Kate Sheppard are In and famUy!: of Lake Wales art evening dinner guests Mr and pink tapers ark palm )Nursing Home. Cannon of Chief land, Mrs.! Pifltt, the Moore's were suddenly Ticket.

    ,iMrjr,Sunday to Wed'ne",'.')' NrW Yoik. and:! also attending : tIMUng Mr and Mrs. H. ALavson Mrs. J. W. Rltch and Mrs' Mr*. Lloyd' Oreen potted'organist I' J. C. Vinlngi{ of Palatka Llnnio Layfield of Trenton' jolted when a. 1939 Last \Vcek's Winner

    e>.Uat week: Mr. IfeHy} wan the Worlds Fair tills weekAir. from Thursday tc Daisy Perryman of Starke.Air. i spent| the weekend! with Mr. I and Mrs. Myrtle Dodge driven by Charles Henry -
    played) several mrptlal Walfineyerl!
    4 ,I'hKtad treasurer of tM Asaolatlon. : nr-rl Mr*. John D/&I Sunday and Mrs. Walter Harvey songsprior and Mrs. 1... D. {fining. I of Gainesville: : Chitty. IT, of Hampton Cherrie Harper

    and:! daughters of Lake City JJr and Mrs. Charles God of Atlanta, Ga. were Sun William to the Ellis ceremony.served best Peter J. Novak. is attending .i I I I guest of Mr. and Mrs. G. crashed" Into them from be- Cash Pt NOW
    as A.I
    iff .. P.. F.. ,Stone' &:!1d.Mflllt uric visiting Mr. and Mrs frey and children of Washing day overnight guests of Carr man and Vincent J, Spenvler a study course on basic Gay. Mnd
    Mamie' Anderson" 'of''Archer" E. W. Hajts at Klngsley Lakeover ton. Oa spent the weekend ollt'y. 'I) and J. D. Doyle wer"1.Ishers' ageinent at the University of .Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Witt I Young\ Jeffery was flipped $25.00Quality
    with Mr and Mrs. TylerJones 'Chamber of Commerce nmnUnorgla. over the front seat into thetrick
    were ,Sunday to Tuesday visi tin weekend Karen and Randy Bennett Mr. W. T. 0111 attended! and family of Columblana
    tors'of Mrs.: E. M. Davis. Mr. and Mrs. D Ritch Bill and Elaine Godfrey of Jacksonville were visiting' : as Athens,, Ga. thin':, Ohio are spending two weeks, by the sudden Impact

    I.'M r.., H., Q. Dollinger and Green and daughter of St ,remained this week with theft their grandmother, Mrs. F. J matron of honor In a beige llmRrepn week. He will graduate thin, with Mrs. M. 1.. Johns, Sr but was not Inlured e.en. Dm"*,* n0 Quality
    ''' grandparents. Mr. and Mrs crepe street dress Her weekend after attending: three though the crash tore loose PrniwrlpUon Hcrvlra: at
    daughters. Martha and Maffc Charles, Mo. will be a"IIt'.sUof Shaw, from Sunday to Wed-. fell I
    veil from
    and'Mra. Lucian Conn'bflrtd Mrs. Nelson Green and Jones, while their parent' nose a onn-week ooursen. I -- both seats In the Chevrolet Kocrra DUCUSll !!
    1 Tim; :leaday. matching green crown of THE RIGHT POINT for nisi: i I .e Your Next Rs FilledKOCH'S
    / son. Doubles, pent. Ute family next week. went to Jaykll Island. Mrs. Minnie Bates of West Mrs. F. W. Strickland and I Damage: to Moore's car was
    In
    flower buds. carried write. Come and |
    She- anosegay you
    pllst.ten ,days in Washington,, Mrs. J. W Klnrald U visiting Mr. and:! Mrs. John Krudur Palm Beach is visiting her children will spend next week way select' favorite. ESTERBROOK !' estimated at $400 an;! the AT
    of lime "
    t 'Ji. C. and at the World's Fair Mr.. and Mrs. C. C. Hoppe of Gainesville. Ga were Mon- sister Mrs O. W. White Sr., / centered with green pompom with Mr and Mrs. N. P. Rlcuardl your Fountain Pen, TELE-I PJtfge> was a total loss I

    a MI.!. :M. Hartzell of Astatula 'In' Tampa for ten days. day visitors of Mr. and Mrs for two weeks. orchl-d* a green. In Miami. I TEl EC1RAPII. ChiLLy was fined $130 In, KKKK. : DELIVERY':

    )eta Visiting her parents, Dr. Bonnie 'Lou I Graudon returned R. A. Green Jr. Local Admittances to Bradford -' The bride.. /liven'b/ 'marriage',
    and Mrs. F. E. Ballingor, and ,home Saturday after Mr. and Mrs. Don Patray: County Hospital this ,
    John A. .
    by Tared, wore a
    Hi. a. and family Mr. and Mr. L Mrs. Rachel, ,
    H. Bollinger on Sunday. upending the past year with week Include: pInk lace taffeta street
    ,. Mri.' L. C, Adams attended 'j'\'er\'' grandparents.; Mr. and O. Hazen, Mrs. A. E. McKin- Nurworth Harry Chester, A. dress fashioned over

    ar the.< graduation! of her nephew Mrs. S. A.. Wentllng in Pal- ney and Cindy Sink visited E. McKinney Jr., Mrs. Kath- lines. Her on princes. veil
    pink nt
    none
    t Ctrl Watson, in Daytona myra. Pa. and attending the Wasp at Mayport on Sun- ryn Leamnn Herman Nettles, I way attached to a Pink rosebud -

    .' Boaclt last Thursday school there. day.Misses Bobby Grlffls, Mrs Delore
    I ciown. She carried a family
    .. Mrs. Frances Johnson of Atlanta Mrs. Monty White left Sharon Hlxon and Fogg/ and Mrs. May Eaton, : Bible with
    topped a pink
    '
    Ga. is visiting Mrs. R. Thursday for Atlanta, da. to 'Alltyn!: Burn of Chattanooga I all of Starke; Vera NexSmlth i
    rymbldlum orchid and:t pink'strf'amfr8
    e V tK-moreat several days this meet her son, Dalton White Tenn. are upending/ this week of Lake Butler; Charlie ,
    ,eek! ,. and bride from England. Mr. with their uncle and aunt,'I Strangberg of Melrose; Floyd Her tlftj!:! with ross- buds
    only
    .. Mr. and Mrs. Jack raine of .and Mis. Dalton White will Mr. And Mrs. J. R. Hlxon. Padgett of MaxviHe\ ; Don ornimnnt L wee a'ln-

    t' Vulatka were Sunday visitors reside! In Gaines'+ule. Mr. and Mrs. Jessie J. Moore, Todd, Donald Qllsson and Bernard ale strand of cultured 'pearls ,
    n gift from th*, Broom-
    of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Gorko. Sr. of Lawtey announce the Slocomb of I
    Keystone
    ::. ; ,Jill and Mrs. M. J. Dyal of A '
    reception
    given by
    r ; .. L. Silcox spent the Delray Beach are spending approaching marriage of their Heights; Charles Cox of was
    weekend Mr. and Mrs. John A..Torode
    : with Mr. and Mrs. C. this ,week with Mr. T. D.yrahc Mr. and Mrs. F.llx" Sapp Hampton; and Donald Alvarea .t their
    w. jQ0f in Jacksonville. xvV I are In Fort Lauderdale from of Itaiford. new home on B"7Nn'cr.whIctr'1r'rttP1Orattd-

    ;;, Mr*. J..J..Tolbcit' and;daugh: l'4arla11foore.:4i: \\I'
    .. tir, Donna and MISS Anita and':Richard, Wainwright attended Mrs., D. M. Heath. l\rs.( Heath Decatur, Ala. to work at I for the! occasion with arrange GIa'

    Crust(: of Charleston, S. Carey ; ', early orientation at will return with the Sapp to the Chemutrand Co. for the ments'of pink and whit glad- l

    visiting Mr. and Mm. H., K.Davis .'I FSU from! Sunday to visit her parents, Mr. andMrs. I i ummer.DENMARK'S' loll, carnattonatahdirpeea.I Sport Shirts Jf
    WedneaJ Mrs. John
    *this week. I day. J. S. Sapp and family. 1 TOrode greeted s _
    guests at the
    door, and standing
    In the receiving line were

    I the bride and groom, Mrs. -

    Gin an* Mr. Tty-pda, LittleSully lAND 99 ,

    $ Torode kept 'the ,brW''

    book wHaedaam. ...
    mGSA
    The bride's table
    ed with en ,W,1t cpver-: wove .nil s.dr.a pl.ide.,

    Imported$ cu'work send. *.....* .iUr >.. fssay ,........ .....

    fATlEU'SlAY three ninth" tiered and Mrtferej),, tYtq) < a ,. and Ivy if,ft!"4 .1.' "..ot"" ,t ,.
    Wedding .
    ; 4> SUNDAY JUNE 20TII Fake and AI.bey .011.... Full out with bet { r- ', d,' 1r
    decorated with pink and
    ffrven
    .. I .
    I FATHER in Lila Sim S. M. L. XL. r
    .with MIND' M@ablldtAt: .
    .. ..tl1all": of tit

    .w.Q .,.. -ri rake was .a ruffle of nylon Cool, Short Sleeve 40
    : tulle, from which .extended

    narrow latin ribbons GUARANTEEDNoIron
    wtMte
    w :For The Mrs. J. D. Warren| and Mr... \ DRESSSHIRTS

    A, II ,illwli-y Jr. rut the
    .
    brt!e'! ,, cake. Flunking thectkt

    .ytrt two crystal: can.1t i

    arntLo4 eL &Leo holders with pink ,t1Crs, }
    .
    : g wu at Mrs the.Pauline, crvsUlpunch, Node presided bowl on Slacks ; 199 O99

    the buffet ,,,81Mrs.1 V J t

    w. a 8p n.lfr prealdiid at tha silver FanuutKOHATROH NoiresAND'steal 1 f.
    k i. ..J'
    r coffee ,arrvlc M'rs. W. 599

    ; E. Torode. 'lino( aaslsted' Inervlng 'nollsn r 1.. bl.td..ad.w 4ulcelUn.D..ren std Ire.dcloris.and same sefea fah I


    After ipendlng- some time .1..h are t..tfIe a Solid *Kif, ., 1
    with their'' ,gw t t... Mr. and a_. ..... ....hI. .Mp.d nrteras. Sam 11 \ '
    Mr. Ktmmotvt I left on a two ... a ........... Tha t* 17.
    weeks ..... a .l.page..d lot ,
    weddingdttlw' : to NewYork 1 .. .. wnl.h..r.. k* Men's Ties .4l

    : I Ohio arlit!,Indian, K......... 10% r.rr.<. M% f i i
    : MTU. KlmmorM ehoo for traveling ........ tl. k. .!!.. w aahirw. R+ d i tO
    8 beige' ilnen suit. with Ib.. 2' t: 41.

    .- : bone 4ceiortearroMpU. t. t' ., -
    fd wttn Mi* rrWl:! !from' hrwedding p .

    bouqunti' .

    Upon their return they wUl.1Ive'ln Canvas CARP'S FAMOUS IRANP

    Lake: Geneva.
    u.. w ,. .
    S"T UnderwearTSHIRTS

    r ,' Rabies Clinic .Casuals : : '

    .,' Set SaturdayAn
    "t .
    299. .' 'I
    "
    ,.
    r. + dr .. J't.. annual
    a conntv-wld anti- :' .
    \
    rabies RtUforc :"I '
    clink1 for neta'la nchedul4 -
    Satnrrlny, June 19, by Dr. C.*VQ/ UppertI! ,, Athletic Shirts J r >tirc

    < FAMOUS r : :I II B: B. ,').rQ11ln"' -, -". Mral vetttrlnarIan Cathtoacd |.i peotrt 3 I"
    WHfc Arclt ;.; FOR

    TV STRATORESTER'Reclining The clinic will b. 'h'M In spa 'I) to 12 '
    :
    Knit
    Starke at the City Hall from Briefs

    9am. until norm; In Lawtev Houseshoes 5 !i'ri
    Opera Style 3
    2
    ; ? ; { ,tJ'gtufli' +0p1 V .eo +Chair'rltk \.. i' pm.at the. end CIty at Hall the Cltv from. Hall 1-2:30:In FOR ,

    .
    luauyloug Hampton from :3:30-A n,m ;ru: Broadcloth Shorts
    i koosa Neltbn
    al ioi m v.-
    i.'+ !! ,I' f ta'4. atyi County Sanitarian Jack Trn-
    r tX ; '
    r > T a 'ifrefchtowt comfort, ... h.od-lato KnKiry with j wick\ announred.It i '* 1 3 o. 2"
    ait4o1e11 l bas fl*.J lltaw b. lc'a i.el/ heal elithi ?
    ? ?/ < -I Itttm la hoped that all pet

    o p 'y, t4" 'Y i { plan.d's.ueand'/oaraiwhton.jsu/.a-tarperbnias.'' owners In each of these areas i ,=, __ .

    ... will avail. themselves of this -
    :;:::
    ,. to convenient service," Trawk-k
    .:": M)". AH warm blooded animas -- : -
    It's Fact You Can 'MART v
    a Do Better At"I l should bot ImtoraUted an- COOL a GIVE STRETCH '

    nuaMy alnr one yar i. the
    SUMMER WALKING SWIM
    recognized duration. of Immunity BANLON

    sanitarian for atntl-ruN added.. ruraMlth PAJAMAS SHORTS TRUNKS SOCKS


    Denmark! Furniture Company warn The all Health prom In Department the< coim- 299j 299 199 AND 099 2 '1.135H"

    ty to May from wild .... hit w ...... b A.cot
    I, animsiphaubseea. normally tane, And .llforh S.J ..(. *. a.w s.n.I ...... 0-- I .... .ts.. Ip ....... ..... ....... ed.rhr as ...tsl0xd1. ....... ..
    I.adakA. V ..r..... swipes ....z .by w a.i..I i i M Setds .... 'IMC ___ Oo ..
    .1t'ndJv. .md Ie__ Sine A.ICOU ........ ,.... Z7 ti 4% ;L'; f___ S... i W. L &*. *19 .. II .

    "'Wtst"CaU Street Phone 96&-321& & Starke! Florida PU. .U. Notebook $1.1 al the .1 !.f>IJP' II 'I.VIf.1\M N1c. : "" UII"! T _._ I IY

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    JCNE 17. 1985 ...... _
    "ADf'ORD COUNTY TELrnnArn.!: : sTAftme. 1I'LOilmA PAOE TNREEI

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    1 I I _
    Miss Harper Weds ,, I Srrvicc3 Friday vlU.j sight brother: Roy,

    < Jam..' Wuy, and .Lamar Nor-:
    V Wilkison In Church Of God 1 man., all 01 JacKr.onvlne; Car-

    Saturday L./ening iuj.,..o"18n. L.AWIy.. Judwat'd
    For Mrs. 5 hulin '
    I.1 1). and, to.jy .-.(...sane 1 uuui

    I Ti"! home of Mr. and Mr. |I ok LtaViie. tl..nl tJonitia awr'fAaf
    + \I.t.! Vlli-i l'a': ,'l\b"'h RHr- ,
    t I'01!
    !N ; ..
    V tlcilbuiiJ.e, ant ,.
    'b .m! 'It L. Wlikln GLADYS MOOTY n t \. \-l 1 K nf I onrrt PI ,
    vtey war the setting for Inif'sre I' (gtli.nkhud.ea( aid
    I I'v fl" n' the.
    "I'h.re ngt.11F41 '.:. we.ldlm! at six o'clock f. . ,,ltn't'rnlqI : 1ItI:em'great!. ",.nW. :""iv A" IiI \.
    s-Uu-day aftcinorm, of "MlvT I II"l ( I" a I .. .... .01.0. .... .... cl ..m bedue".M.

    > '.ti- rays Harper ant! r'c.. h,<-'i' ..1 l T'a"rliy. 'of. 1 i !,"; ,'.f ...u. .....,.. i.. ;> ia

    ;(r 4 ". '- ."". nharti's' Fdwaix"Wilkinson. I- .t, 1 iii' ''o in ...Il.6' UI.. ..l u. J.Iwlln ,
    : H V-t' Ctprll-'' vh"rn 1 'In
    | < .
    .. b.. .
    \ Th hrlHi. In th ,, hies. i. lJ .lams o.u h
    4 i laiivlitPT of Mr. and Mn. Luther t T T' 'q t nn Sept.. 91IINII : I ..:..J:.... ..;..II'Y' '&.... .I ...
    I Harper of D.Mart. r 1rt1 G yMu I: tt'a! It.\-tlO" nf ( 'IVrute 'q 1 I redu.d. auu ... .. ,4.. J ....wI.e .
    , ? -l suit niVbi. Tj've' : .
    .. .
    , U"V.! CnVles lla-yey, pa, ..tof : 1 ,1.ha..le... Mp1 w .J as
    ,
    n. \\r ; mil |lint II1) ..t*.* ...
    the First D 'ptlst Church ; L.a reU1Yy ya.U. 10' & dJ.ef.ate
    i'I| i"h. : i!
    1'I n mem- ,
    u.adcr
    jHlrlnt-rt. .m./ uw'-
    .
    r r'' HIP f'tur, ''i of O> 1.I I.I' I. I .
    .
    : .
    b4LII Ot Olvrn In marriage! by h->r ktb If
    father, the bride 'chise: her. : i. I 'i', '", hehn) -I l-aM'1, she 'Is .VIM... .1otne:

    'I trr, Miss Bonnl! Hir cr. a. I '"'vl'r'' "v rnv.i, d!':!ucht.ra: ..,.....e. .illooJrers. will b*
    :Mm. Nt'tll.llh 1 lrk'.nd. II. Cbieuiiui ,

    ;; bridesmaid.Jacksonville Jerry served Wilkinson his brotheras of r.a. atll.i:9. ThomasCasonMr. 'trkes'JacksonEngagement ,I I I .-d Mrs" Inns K. Ihll..", Mini. MUNitonil .. ,A.\ClIi.oiJ ..,I....U"A ,J.A,vAulKner J. Usl --

    AdkisorTIs T It. Ktirlln*, all ofSt \ .cn; Lauiie mct\in lt"Y; and
    brat man. Miss and )lrs.M..J. Thorn : Iluku11'11, : : All,. MarieHrurilloy WUCMf .*VS.I. ,
    The bride wore a gown of I Engaged To of StArke announce the engagement and Airs. Ruby" ..K.Irllfls I..
    white satin with a shoulder of their daughter Mr. and Mr. R. A. I ( I II tI, both of Jarke.rovllle;;'
    length veil and a corsage: of John Whisenant Ch rlenc, to Tommie Cason of Carlsbad N M. .. i Mrs. L.iiren) II. RavleyS .nl M.\i.2.-.0V, ; : STf:::- aHI"III4'r '
    ,
    white chrysanthemums. v\ Jr.. son of'Mr: and 'Mr*. Tan the engagement and' !, of I II parr| and Mrs. IMorea; O. i
    After the reception, the couple : Mr. and Mrs. Jack'Adklsoeof .pile Cason IC of'3t. rk*, leg marriage of their "..11'101"K:1 I ,onif'iJC"--, ", I'arrUilt of f Lake Butler; ".i. r ,(MM Went. >lmll n Street'
    I
    A1. left for a short trip to Tavsres. announc the ,f n.. .. Sandra Lynn, to \ ( ) .r- s..ns: Murkluo L, Paul R.! and
    !
    ftmrr.
    South Florida They are now Basement and) alpproacMng Methodists Plan Jackson son< of Mr. I Harvey J, Starling 'all of Schedule of Ssrvlvss: Sun'

    ,, residing In Law ley. marring of" theirrlauuhter.. Joel G. Jackson of own 1< Stnrke; lAinxo R. Jr., and Vr daySundtiy' School B:43: a.

    .1 I Carolyn Joyce to John Whi.. Reception ,And The wedtllnir will .. mm.. I I.. Starllnir. both of LAw. m., Worship Services 11 a.m.,
    man.A. pant son of Mrs,; DouitlatOrtffls !Saturday night July I 't"v: live Hlntt-rsi: Mrs. RdlthMclvln. and 730: p.m., Training Union
    Program SundayThe hool
    reception was held of Starts.: C'Arb.blld.11 friends 'I ', \ '' .JdhDM In : Mrs Ann. Bell Mc.I1n 6:13: p.m.. WetlneMdityi'Family ;
    .. ing the ceremony, The The bride-elect graduated tlvee of the ctiuple are ) ('\* Mrs.. Pearl Robinson night 11.30 p.m. Midweek -: ,
    tiered pedestal bride'.101l0W-1 from Tavare Ht ch School' In Methodist WSC3 will\ to attend.< Chuff i :Mrs' Ruth .Hull.. and .Ire. Cll-: worship 74A: p.m.lr< ,

    decorated with pink and 1994 and Is now attending entertain at" reception: In Miss Klrlke and Mr. HiKh, siihrlh MrljfK, all of Jackson oomlltloned throughout, convenient .
    1 IIHl.l' : ,
    .
    roses, and topped' with white Orange County Vocational Pellowshlp Hall Sunday evening are attending the tiiblo off street. (Mirklnir. Us-

    Virginia Gayle Martin Becomes Bride and silver wedding bells adorned School In training as beau. following the evenin I r.cinkmry: In Arlington | l Juhnn I 'nt H p.m. Siitiiitlny ; log' Bible every .yrylte. Kev.U .

    one end of the table tlclan.! church: .service\ honoring Rv.nd. AU..2t Peldtr Rowan, -
    OfVilliam I II 1 j the Klritt Church pastor.
    Jackson Rogers June in' Ilaptlat of
    ] pliu r ;
    which wan laid with a white Mr. Whisenant la a I960 .Mr. .John R. Brabham r ri HK. N. Khakis otf. W .'

    Miss VirRlnla Gayle Martin. length gown of brocaded S.itln I linen cloth. Punch was servedto graduate of Bradford* County i and family on Rev Brabham' "'It_ ftJr'nc"; ,..... ?tlllile. A

    daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gary with, .scalloped neckline approximately forty guests Hitch School and attended Bt reappolntment a* pastor of I
    from a crystal bowl amid I the local church for the '
    set fifth
    fitted Johns River' 'Junior. College!
    S. Martin of Starke. and William short fitted! sleeves, .
    ) Jackson Rogers, son of bodice and bell-KhiiH| I fern and white ntunm at, the Patatka. He la employed with 'ear.The '
    Mr. and Mnt.. Marvin \\Vllliamon skirt tier shoulder length veil opptwlte end of the table. The Oeneral Acceptance Corporation reception will also Include I

    of Albany, Oi.; were united,,, of illusion fell from a headpiece -> napkin carried out the whit, In Sanford th* closing< exerrlaft for ITS: HERE
    pink and silver motif and the Vacation
    in marriage at 8 p.m. Friday. fashioned. from a white The wedding. will or anevent Church School I
    | were Inscribed with the name* of whlch'.wa: held the past '
    June 11, at the home of the' velvet bow. Her unly ornament Cteiurday.July: 34.
    bride's parents. on Highway was a single strand of of the bride and groom. at 3 P-m. in the By Street parent of the children Wf'f'II'I'

    301 north. Rev. Folder Rowanof pca rls. a gift of the brldegnxmi After the reception Baptist Cnurrh.' Basils, 'All attended trm school are I

    the Madison Street Baptist ; and she carried a white I couple left for a short trip th.1 friends and relative are Invited to attend so they cm vlewj. I Just In Time For

    Church officiated at the' double Hible a gift from the Young points In Florida and to attend the work the chlldr: -n acrom-j I
    The bride will '.. ,, ,
    rinK ceremony. ) Women. Auxiliary of the Georgia. pllthed, idirrlnc thq, week. rKrmbnra

    The nuptial vows were axe IlIOn Street Church Ma'l-l( ', Vvlth her parents while the ,Warren Home ,. fsmlllfn' and ....,. \_ :'--v.. ... .- "" ""' ,
    ) ; r--
    groom I. on sea duly aboard friends are cordially Invitedto I (j..n.. tt,;. ',"" .".. .. i
    .
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    orchid "
    changed under an arch leading with m purple-thronled .' ,'OJ t1oor. t-: .
    the Roosevelt After Scene Of Shower ; m. .... .. ,
    August|
    Ja il'ifi. ,
    .
    to the dining room which wu and tlreampra .of white' rlbbunl i/ s'tenj the reception anti .'.:.. .. ,-.. .
    will live In Key West. eterrUes.Easterlinp. ',-- ."...... .,; ." ,. :
    decorated with candleabra! and and liliii of (ha v.il1i-y they For Mrs FarberMrs. "..
    basket of \II'hi gladioli, giant r.elh Mar'In w.i.i her sinter's, dbrUlgrmT I .? .. ya l'' t. .M: I '
    .1.
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    ,;
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    mums, .1 K.k. baby breath and maid of hnnui and tArry I' irr n.attlce flrtxr/whM* ; Home .... \.L' rt40'.r1.; .' ..,

    bltMh pink carnations. of Albany. C.i; served au be it marriage to Eldon KimraM'Scene Of I .'. .'"ti'' .. I).tbtier' .,' 't'-r"
    '
    I The bride wore a street was an event of Sunday eve- Party I ....\.,...1..:.'., .\. oJ -t" II ....'."'I'..'',': _'' -'. .

    I fling was honored-at. a lovely )fro and Mrs. Henry B tr..t.1 I .'.. .. ..<; ... n ; '''''f 'd

    lingerie shower ,l'*t Thuri- .rUac entertstnel l at a hoor"" -I I 1 ..,,1:, ..,'iof.......I :"! "'! ., tT ;
    day evening at thV home of ."e''nn .flottifclay. J-ms B, 'at .< ;" ..'" ,\., : to : '
    101.... Joseph 0.:,Wart;n.:Roe-. I9eIrehome'on' ""...,"..,, '' fake ,. 01",1.' .. ,,1'e
    t with .. .. Ir, .,. ''''! }"; > h!. I.11 '11: ;
    tsar. Mrs4Wa, rrrnwer fnri. tIMa..I..I... .... "nli lhrrrambled ,3: .. :.
    Motors .1.. t,' .. /. .. "., .. ,
    erwiUegar Mr*. Etta Ear-', T (lyL?Mr of i*"> (1\11) hrnrh n( '..I' .. : .: :: $ < h, i i' '
    r "
    Oeorg Brown,, .Wr,,; V.J.ppengler. O- sad R Naval' Alt Mtatlnn.", '
    fl.rjeyJr \ I 1. t. .J.l\f1t ,:.r
    NI..A.tf Jar'.hlwlll..a cd,-..r jdmls.Th i ,,... ; .
    1""" :'tli ). '
    .. Mrs. Titus O) on. Mrs *,in friends' "H"'i Prrsrott Oill. aivl Jot,*. Chrl.. JeyedImaUnx, sklln--;, swim,, 1. ;, ), \'l1., -" '\ "\ .

    John, _.. : mint and, rfr*.hnf>nt ..Iurl... r ,. ...J IJ. .
    FISHING SPECIAL Arrangements' Troplcana the day Th !: .. ., 1'1; '; "I .1
    Easterllngt
    CAR ware .n' t.' ; I.'f....... .
    ,
    and BunHght roses were placed assisted| by Mr and .Mr''.. I. C. .. '.,'\ :' J.. I-' '..
    ,
    vantage on"the .
    point patio Adam .I'
    and In the (orally room ,.\..m.i"fJ. \ \- \ ,..... ".... ... ,.
    The ..TYng t.ble"u Covered r( .... j ?:f ,'Irj\" ,;l:""'tL. \,\ \ astl1Ml .

    1954 with a whit lace cloth 'grer /..\ A \ : ; :., '; I

    pink satin and l "wi centered SENIOR ". I' ? 't". a jn i} t"w
    .50.o0 ... t.. ." -a. -.:, < .
    with .
    CHEVROLET a wf1wr""" Iron CITIZEN NEWS I .'.. ..' ;0-
    candelabra with pink to,-*rAt .. !' '. 1 ..
    one end'of the tab> 'wn r A
    i I .' d .i
    an airantfrnent'of pink .n>1 ftontor Cltjsen Mrasrd,, Bioenmb t ,gf 1ge j
    white c.rnatlonL.nt'st: the o b+ ,v. ,
    Keystone. lloUhts In }
    i.uoonaol.
    ether end was a milk glait .f .,,..--in. .- a f '(
    D. STATION WAGON In. .Bradford >tunty' Hospital,
    1961 PLYMOUTH 4 I
    punch! bowl. | I f
    SCOTSET.rr..w.a..e.wr
    with a crushr The! hostesses presented' th"// ,. .
    .
    .
    he was iipf-"n'( 'If r a vineand .j .
    h,nnree' with a personal gift( | concrete ,ilh /1.,%
    Air Conditioned feq| on a < |" ,
    iA
    .00 a* a memento of the occasion.Twentyall A polled' plant' ..... sent to) ,'0 ,

    Power Brakes and S Cues''* calld him and w* all hope. h* recover .
    89 5 iw..n ''he appointed bt'j _no ,

    Steering Radio and eight l to nine o'clock W, w..r* glad. to sea ClalrsfMalhews. '

    Heater Automatic-1 Owner also nf Keystone '
    I v
    : BHS Cheerleaders M"*ghts, horn *g,<'ln and 'looking A.. r

    well after treatment at !;t,
    Attend Clinic
    Dm tor'. Hospital.'

    Dorothy K..rrlc.n( went for!
    The A and B CtieerlMiUnfRqaarfs
    1 a visit to N.vr York, and tx-
    of Bradford High
    tend' 1\r thanks. to the Senior -
    School attended a Cheerleaders CttlMn for their g Clinic at the University' of
    .
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    FOIL riorlita from Frtdsy. to"' .lUnday
    Whilst at th* hospital I paida ..
    The A quad received an ee
    ,1.lt l to a deer old frlmidof
    cellent rattn<<. Members Qf the.qusi '
    tv>r")thv and 'fnlno AliceMclisrvey
    < are. Kathy Hitchcock,
    who la else suffer.
    ,..
    Beverly Crawford 81M" floe't
    1 from .nark a
    leg a Injury ae
    .
    V g l. Jsnelle Pollard Joan WU-
    1 It.", .. and Beth flrogtfliw., I result. nf moving a heavy pot.

    B q.... member atlendlnx I ted plant.: .
    incldentaily. Alke' .n., SamlMrI.rvey I
    the clinic wer.ltharott, How,I
    Faith Smith (
    Barbara MiRe.. Delta
    patjonll and t ...I.b,1.111I)1.
    Kay Colsnn and Jackie Wl1aort.l I.
    .
    Oen Matthaws
    .
    :"AccnmpanlngT the al.
    of the delicious' |
    Mrs. Robert etc.: t... Mrs. J. K.: sharing; some
    rsk. which o.n..nII Ms.MnUlMiw .
    rlltrhrock. MeL Barrtar. Top-'', '
    ISstPIG peH :Thompvon. *n4 ,}ors.''.w.llj! left -with 'AUc onBsterday I .Rva' a rl" ,
    night, Tr t
    N-w1"1. 4 ,
    1 I Our .-r. wish' ** ro t/>I Mee p I1 J ( w I
    \ Alie.' "*IAIIIII. 'her' a *pm>drrerovery. i


    Teenage Dance Our' ... .t meeting( had the

    mlCO1k1ll .s.al song.. ..m... awl blngo. + F

    [ %\\\ The' rVxiJa dajve band will Happy birthday were

    ipornof a 'nal' dataID-|, sent to ash ILanaon. and
    night .I Thursday( I from I I to I I Pete *ad Uly.Johason. ,

    13 with o'clork their at parent U1e' Legion aervlng HaIL as |' book My-tews distributed wr *.<..and.pt...a. deed woe. |.. That "Just-lroned'Mook( that lasts for the life of'your sportsWrt!

    chaperone Admission 60 I coon wile red for new mem e

    r ...n'.. bers. There was a girl attendance

    % % 1 Recent Births I"SU., of the .trniyweather AMAZING NEW\ PERMANENT PRESS;

    f>ir neat m*..Unr will l>*

    held *t the Pratt Mreet liC'rsatlon

    ri r.ll Mr snnminr and Mrs* the florae birth Cork of eeon. Center on JUIMI 32. AU @ r
    and &
    ;
    nvtmiwrs prneporllvememlwrs J1SCOTSE7Ir .1

    In .Alschu Mlcha'l I O.neral Ora,. on lloa Jun ttal.9 for an evening are urged; of fun. to end attend fel ,


    lowship." 4 .

    Joe Kerrigan/ Reporter. MlUlON MILE' 6S'/. DACRON, 75./* COTTON McGregor hat created: the blOIJot t newt. Jo me"', iportshlrts, .-?

    Mr and Mar Robert Me 8cottt Permanent P,..). And, you won't have a care Ollnch of IH*ttt. snnnunceThe Hour
    birth of a MM on Jane If Story dry It, then wear it '. no reed to pod it' lit permanent Just-Ironed look will" last 'for the 'life' of the ihlrt. Just t amaxIngt -)|

    USED CARS AND TRUCKS In Doctor'.' wpltatl. Set Tuesday Get 'It 'In a short leove, ,oJ: ufar cvnvertiLlo:. collar' model, wear it at a porfihirt' or slip on a tie look great"
    ALL NEW AND --
    LirpilanU. rhyme*, and non- either_ wy., Father's Day It, June 20th.glve Mm a McGrtaor: ScoUet Sportihirti

    ..nee. Ia I the kynoU to the I 4
    Bradford County Hospital
    PRICED TO GO !
    announces t b''e loltowln stories being told at the Story
    births: Hour In the public l library on $5.00 1

    Mr and Mr Homer 7fsthewa Tu lay. June n. at 3:301:
    -
    From Pad 'etC "Aiarte." it ton.MVrmH |I p. av AH children In tK. eouruI Starkc's Fashion Leader.TII1RSD.Y .
    48 To Choose Mathrw. Juin t. I It fy. age 1 to t. are Invited to

    attend, Mlaa, tIsI1eae Huff: ire
    Mr and Mr* OaU ieslleBennett. ,
    win be Uve .torytelkr< | ,
    lAu BwUT, a sen.

    John Wec1 ly, Jan .. -


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    t'AE FOlnt ., .-. CYITTTJTTV* _TlPT.irnw u!_._u___.AlWT.. __..*'-RrRRA1rw1.ORfth4 __ ___ r THi-R4D\Y,. JT....1'E 1'__ ifMtt


    similar increase will' be felt Horse,, h. will altio.conch, .junior I.I 'r: .Honors ? r !rdJ' I
    11.0l01S1Yi.t.r" I Mr. Rivers 48
    Values on farm land, he'said. high, football., Adklniion I Services' ,
    Properly :
    Long has< atao'' estiMated will also 'tench mathemaUce Sundacpor I

    I homes that 61 In}'Bradford to> 70' per County'cent:will of j,In terrru the Junior. high school next '":S ,! gEducators Mil'rt' a:"7 61iMra. : Former SirccResident gcwingci Expe ft

    :- -
    be In the tax-paying/ clean. as I Hla wife, i also a teacher, Dies
    Hit Cooper. Jane76r
    $53,509,800 l Cella, : "
    a result of the 100 per cent will woric -at the Hampton ,
    1 : Friday !
    ofAlarka,
    assessment, as compared' with school next term. They' have cued ,
    The. Bradford Education Association ternoon in,a local hospital after i John B. (IBIl1)) Rivers, 48.

    One1 that millage, Is entirely up only Prcpert live' per owners cent finding In 1964.: fault sophomore one doniKhter in high who school will bea next educators honored>and three.elected retiring an extended illness.!! Priorto died a former resident In Winter of Starke Haven ., MISSES" THE 20TH
    t rContlnued From Page to thm," Long Mnlcl.I I this, aha bad ,made her Sunday a :
    I ,;:, with his new amassment, I all. I IAdklnnon f 1965-6(1( officers at Its annual,I home with granddaughter! I hospital after a long 111I ,
    I The 1963 millage, when set Long Bald, will have throe. replaces Coach toilChool 'luncheon' lost
    190 mlllago and the resulting the two boards, will bo i Bob Paine who to po Mr. Oaryln F. Vaughn. I I news. '
    resigned
    by : courses of actions: 1)) discussthe I Thursday' In the SouthHldor
    ) figure was 14.84. I tailed on 95 per vent< of the :' situation with the assessor take over as head biuketball Elementary!: .CafetorlujnHonoreea I ,Mr.. Jones was born In i He was a native of Lake
    "I "will submit that figure 1 had Butler and lived in Starke
    Bradford County and I
    taxable millage of $40,415.300. ; 2)) take Ms cane before, conch at Immokalee after one 1
    [
    f484)) or close to It to the were Miaa Madge here all life. She before moving to Auburndule
    lived her
    Long said IflQi school mlllagfej I I the County Commission when year an junior high coach and I
    Mlddleton.i, Mrs, Mona Can-
    County Commission and tho I'' was 23 but will dip to 8.27 in 1|j! it sits as the Board of Equalization ono year as head cage coach I was a Baptlftt. I In 1936. He later returned to I
    and former I
    School Board, as the reduced 'I ova Superintendent Starke for several years, then
    1963 the Commission'levied BUS. Surviving her husband.
    ; County ; 3)) put the land up at I are
    of #
    Schools Harmon P, ) >ps
    went back
    to Auburndnle
    due to the Increase In
    iriUlnge:
    18.25 mills: last Henry Hanrp Jones of Staike
    II year, for sale to<> determine its fair ;
    :Miss Middleton retir-
    Assessed valuation through re I' ,but that will be reduced to I Morgan. I. daughter, Mrs. Rosa Bell where an automobile accidentIn
    value or Just value under a
    Whether '' ed alter 40 years teaching, all 1009 left him paralyzed for ,
    assessments. either 6.00 mills this Council Tomlinson of Starke four I
    year. / new law Just passed by the ; CaughtBy ; '
    In Bradford elementary
    County -, the
    six He
    or both of the boards IncrcnaoFIRESTONE I; He sam improved propertyhas legislature I schools. Mrs. Canova sons, Howard Cooper, Starke; member past of years.the Christian was a'l

    I II been assessed In Bradford I longtime county music teacher Richard Cooper. Miami; Ver- Church and a veteran of

    ,; Count at a higher rate than New Cage SurpriseContinue retired after 22 years teaching non Cooper, Chattahoochee; j II World War II.
    rural land and said this year ; and Luther Cooper,. Plant
    Prrrlitlon Wheel Balancing, I : City: -on* brother Levi croa- Survivors Include one son,
    pulpwood land taxes will Increase Supt. Morgan retired after
    Speed. Balanced on Your Car from 64 cents per acre Coach Hired I ( from Page On) 29,years in education, all In byt: of Mtddleburg; eight j! Billy Ray Rivers of Auburn- +
    $1.50Including I to $1.19, based 00a/ millageof grandchildren and ten area.t1I'1'Jjdll1dren. dale; Ms mother, Mrs. Emma
    Bradford which In-
    County,
    [Continued From One] of ,
    Page
    Wt about excessive blowing Rivers, also of Auburndale;
    14.84 and an average assessment I I eluded four terms aa county \
    I train whistles the trainsgo five sisters, Mrs.
    SAVM GOo COAch the Year In '1> as Lovey Shawof
    of $80 per acre A of superlntehdent. Funeral services were held
    9-60'1 through town. LaCrosse
    Mrs.
    I '00-61, and '6263. u __...... The teachers also approvedtheir at 2 p.nl. Sunday In Jones ; Fronnle
    Heard a report by utilities,, Crews of Raiford and Mrs.
    Last year In the Chlpola Nominating Commitees'slate Memorial Chapel with Rev
    Onle Thornton,
    Mrs. Donle
    GLASS That's Our Business Conference he wits'" also chosen Superintendent Oscar. Davis of officers for 1965-66.: Colonel Crosby, pastor of Prmglo'; and Mrs. Mary Sellers I
    Coach of the Year. At Al- that the new sewage treat- Curtis :Marlow, BHS vocational Bay_ Hhvay Baptist Church ,
    "If It's Glass We Have n- tha, a small town with less ment plant construction Is agriculture instructor, is the and Charles Reese, ministerof all of Auburndale; and I
    two brothers, I'Ceorgd! Rivers
    CALL WRITE: or VISIT than 30 boys< in the top three proceeding schedule and is new president; Charles Fran- the Starke First Christian of Graham, and W. S. Riversof

    FOR ANY (LASS; NEEDSHEA'S graded, he organized a basketball approximately 50 per cent ces, principal at Starke Elementary Church officiating. Intermentwas Dothatt. Ala. Hewas also ,
    team and won 17 games. complete. Davis also said that Is vice-president. In the family plot In A brother of the late Jack.onRlverll

    GLASS CO. lie was chosen by the Pen- Everett McKInney has offered Mrs. Rebecca Juslck, second Santa Fe Cemetery under di- ,I who was burned to ) -

    ." sacola News-Journal as Coachof to donate land for ft sewage grade teacher at SouthMlde rection of DeWltt C. Jones death In a fire at his home In -J-
    '. ,the Year throughout north- lift station on Colley Road. Elementary la secretary and Funeral Home.
    (NOT INC.) I II I Grand Ridge, Fla. last Oct. 31
    west Florida, for all schools Mr Lucille Brown, Starke
    "Formerly Joe Peters Glass Co. Elementary is treasurer. K. I Funeral services were held
    and all classifications for the G. Duncan
    rj We., Design Modern Store..Fronts 1. lUo-60 season.I Progress Made .... ,: in Auburndale at 2 p.m. Tuesday -
    Just Mail Us A Pattern For I Adklnaon wilt move to Brad- I 100'StudentsTake Standard Oil with Rev. Steve Simmons
    officiating. Interment In
    was
    ,ij .,? Table Tops ford County shortly to go to Oil Agent Honored Auburndaie Memorial Park. .
    < work> In the summer program. Jr. Coltege' ,
    Part In, '
    1313 N.W.4th-P1. Gainesville, Fla..Phone FR2-4333 Besides, .Ma basketball duties. I '
    T. M. McMillan of Jackson-
    next to Coach Mental Escapee
    year, according I Head'Start vllle district manager, or. the'
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    I Page 1))
    Standard' Oil Co. of Kentucky II, Found Here :Make a regular point of adding to your savings by

    college for the state of Florida, was) the Twentieth of the month. : raved that
    Head Start Money by
    Project un-
    It H also possible that other got In Starke Tuesday to presenta A patient who escaped this
    der way at centers In Starke CJ. week from Northeast Florida date receives our regular liberal earnings from the
    MotorsFRONT funds to set up the college diamond lapel pin to K. (
    Terwillegar ; and KJE Schools first of the month.YonB
    [ may be secured through a Kellogg Elementary Duncan, agent for Bradford, State Hospital at Macclenny .
    | Foundation grant, Casey Monday with around 100 preschools Union, and part of Clay County was found In Staike Tuesdayand

    ''i I i said. with around 100 preschool representing 40 years of U being held In the City
    age children enrolled. service with the company. Jail. ;VER
    !
    | Don't Miss The 20th
    .soI I FFA lliembersAttend/ Charles VcwncM, director ofi I 1! .Mr. Duncan started with the Bryan Bell was spoiled In > t

    END ALIGNMENT the program said that 34 company In 1925 as. agent In: Jack's Donut Shop on North
    I 37th children were enrolled at Lake Butler, ,After ten years,I I Temple, Avenue late Tuesday

    : Staike Elementary, and 64 at lie was transferred. to<> the agency night: by Officer Lan Sibley

    vr 1 .' UJK. Only children who will In Starke In 1935. after he was recognized as being Savings & Loan

    ConventionEightBradford enter the first grade next full Mr. Duncan recalls! that his a patient at the Macclen- ?

    are eligible for the Head Start first, and only, truck at that ny Institution. He Is being Association of Starke

    I I Future Farmers I program. Financed 90 per time was a Model T with a 290 held until the hospital can be

    are attendingthe 37th,, cent with Federal funds It is gallon' capacity, carrying 200 notified Chief Bill Rosser

    Annual State FFA Convention ':! designed to' give children, gallons of gas and 90 gallons said.

    tAll II In Daytona Beach this I without coat, un eight-week of kerosene. The agency now

    week where they will compete program which should Improve uses three tank trucks, witha

    for .5,400 In prizes. to'I their chances of doing well in capacity of 3,700 gallons, TUB RIGHT *
    Makes of Cars '': be given away. school when they enter the and one pick-up''trutk: to service POINT for theway 218 N. Temple Ate. ?;
    you write Come In and
    J Attending the .,rat grade its dealers'and oil customers. .eeleel ?
    I oonvenclonalong I I your favorite ESTER- NIP
    Francis said that there are Phone 961-0500;
    ,By,, Jimmy ,Bowen, Front, End Specialist! \ Ronnie with Whitehead their advisors, Arthur are still opening for more chil-I, While In Starke, Mr. Mc- BROOK T.'erraph.' fountain pea TELE-' -C

    Douglas. Williams dren, and parents Interested Millan dinner guest of .
    ; Ray : and was a -I J
    _.. .. in additional information I
    A may
    + v John Odom of the Btarke Mr. and. Mrs., Duncan at their I .
    .
    \ Chapter, and Greg Alvarez, call B84.2701. home on Walnut Street .- ,- t .: ..: .' .-

    HEW AND USED CARS, AND' Knute Coleman, Bobby Pat I

    rick, and Otl. Melton of the Teachers PrepTo F. L. Pearce
    48 Bradford Chapter,

    TRUCKS TO CHOOSE FROM president Odom, a of junior the Starke and Chap vice-' Take NTESixteen Named ManagerOf BARKSDALE'S

    ter, will receive one of the I Bradford school teachers Food FairF.

    highest awards at the convention are being tutored to
    as winner of the take the National Teacher's 1. Pearce is the new
    Beef Breeders Award. Bobby manager: of Food Fair ..nRtnrk4
    examination this summer so
    Patrick dill receive the District they can qualify for the pay !, being transferred here Oak eEL..iI ..c:.
    I Star Greenhand De&'ree"while raises granted last week by the I lust week' from the Live
    j j Whitehead (Douglas, and I School Board. stoic. to succeed Charles Bin-
    I
    lock, who resigned to accept
    Melton will
    receive the State' r
    The Bonrd stipulated, however -
    Farmers Degree, the highest. I that a teacher would remain -'' another\ position. r
    i, award of its type. Mr. Pearce his wife and l
    on the old pay scale unless -i
    |I Both local chapters have re- he certifies to the county their three children are resideing .

    i calved superior ratings for'' office that he made 300 on one of the McK'lnnoyhou"es 4
    the 1D64-63: the highest any on Highway 10. north.
    the NTIC or the equivalent of
    tt4GET; chapter can receive. The Bradford MOO on the Graduate Record|i Mr. nialock Is employed t a.

    |I Chapter; advised by Paul' Examination. Raises passed by I salesman with Zephyrhill ,
    Hutchlns, has been rated third the School Board could total II Dried Food products nail" w.l:I

    best in the District and will\ I $80,000 If all 167 of the county' I continue lo live In Stirke: I

    receive a 920 prize Santa Fe teachers qualify for it. I

    was rated tops in the District The raise. .. effect! Missing: Library
    into
    1iHAPPY alHO The second Bradford.in Chapter the< District won I July 1 for 12 goes months rerllun-i I Books WantedA Going Out 01 Bust;ness' Sale Still In Progress -

    I nel and September for lOl I
    Cooperatives Contest and will
    receive a cash prize of $30 for month personnel, Supt. Tom I large number of BUS library : .. NW Is Your Chance To Save
    Caney. says. Thus for the. com mUslim and
    that. books ar*
    s I The Bradford High delega-I ing school. year the NTE score I are needed' Some of th* e Up To 50% For Father's Day.
    f300 for teachers
    I 4 GET tion left Tuesday for Daytona means beginning cannot be replaced Studentsand _
    and an average of $300: I I
    Beach and will return home)I the general public an
    Frlduy. More than 800 of the for mote experience person. asked to 'Check their hornet

    blue jacketed farm boys areattending nel. I places of business etc. and U HUNDREDS OF
    the annual conven I Casey said Wednesday that any of the missing book anI BARGAINS STILL AVAILABLE -

    I approximately 7ft of the coun-,I I (found (referents' books IncludI .

    FORD tion.Both local chapters, In a t I.'. teachers have not taken,I I'edl I please return them to th'

    joint effort., won one of four the NTE or haw not notified' Bradford; High School office THIS INCLUDES ALL OUR

    awards In the state for their his office that they!! have made I IMO. No attention!' will b* asked: n: ,

    participation In the Sears, A The superintendent estimated '; matter how long the book ha'

    Roebuck Livestock. Improve that unless the teachers -J been!' out of the library NATIONALLY FAMOUS BRAND NAMES.

    FEVER! ment Contest. They will re-, qualify this summer the I The Southern Ajaoclattor
    F celve a callh.'prIze of $200 to- new raises will coot only about -,' requires a minimum 6f flvi

    ward the purchase of a heifer 180,000. I,i i books per pupil In nvrrsv< ,
    for tho school farm. The test Is being given July I I dally attendance and alt mlv!
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    17 and ITEMS TOO NUMEROUS TO LIST
    again In August. Tae I i I Ing, books are? needed!'! to meet .
    Services Held teachers are being tutored by this requirement for accreditation. .

    j County Supervisor Larry Gibson BUT HERE AE1 A FEW '
    EXAMPLES
    For 2-Year-Old | and Southslde! ElementaryPrincipal Also. three volumes of ) :

    Why Fight The Heat? Amy, Morrine Crews I James. C. Hobbs. I,'I World Book Encyclopedia have

    I I | been turned! Into the High:

    Amy MOITIA Crews, '-year. Adult English !I! School library. They do not Men's New Summer Suils
    old daughter of Sinclair T. alul' have any type of indentlflea- f-3 OFF

    Peggy: Richardson Crews of I Class To Meet I Ii I lion of ownership. The 'volI .-
    GIVE YOUR CAR Starke, was pronounced deadon umes are Vol. 19. 1917 copyright -
    arrival at a local hospital! I i'I! : Vol. 17, 1MI copy- Men's Dress' Pants
    Saturday night after an auto.I Next Monday j,I llUht; and Vol. 7. 1961 copy- HALF PRICE

    INSTANT COMFORT truck collision south of Law-! 'right. These may be pickedup '
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    June 21.
    Starting Monday
    tey on U. S. Highway 301.) j at the High School office.
    The child was bom 'In Golwm-1 1 I 7 through 0:30: p. m.,''the AdI

    bun!, Gi. on June 11, \1It1!. t'fI.1 ult Education Programi12 :i 4 Ltdie's and Children's
    I which I II '., TI1.\ K't!' Jf
    Is survived by her pnren's an"1 offer an English class ( no OF

    one sister, Becky Faye, all of,I is open to students IS years, I II We want to>> express our .1 3 O DHESSES-BLOUSES
    old and up. The course Ul rr
    Starke her nutarn.il
    ; grandparents I I sincere, heartfelt thanks to !II 1 I
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    skills
    Mr. and Mrs. Ernest I rover basic English : I
    Shorts .
    everyone who was so thoughtful Skirts Swin Suits
    Todd of Clnlltanonga.| Tc-nn., !grammar and spelling, and a I
    E* W! of us tn oar' sorrow at the,1011a
    and paternal granlp.trentJ" Mr, half credit can be Rained' by
    ; of our daughter. Gloria
    and Mrs. Thecduro Crews of.'pttMlng a standardised test f,
    Law try. for ... spocltlc. grada. The'class Crosby Brousseau. For the

    I Funeral services' heldat will be t..ulrhIn the usa by. beautiful floral offerings the Everything p
    were food that prepared, an*
    $; 2 p.m. Tuesday. U the Mb Morris at a cost of $21 i was
    AS LOW for each prayer that ass offered -
    . gr in U.\wU7\ I 'in our b-balt. War-is; r GO
    $279..00 with Rev. C*, 1 nullaniK., blanks are available In the I
    cannot snpmltUon
    rxws ow
    .AS pastor of Smyrna, BaptistChurch office al BUS. or registration ,May. Cod' rlch'r bless!' StorennJn'POnD deew
    ; 'may be made In class on
    officiating. Arrangements !
    Leach one of you.-Mr. and \
    were In charg of De-f: June 21. The course win end?>.fro. L. A. Crosby! artj eMi ?- "' ,

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    Point SystemFor 16000 to IT.OOiwere sus- K nounnced that the program of S -
    P'z' :fed: under' the point: 'sys- limited 1 price: support on untie "' -, -

    Drivers : tem.. I .r| tobacco of lugs primings( ,,' 9' -

    tinder:! the new law. tuspenlori and< jiondmtcrtpt. grades there
    :: '"of a"llcehse i touia come ot during' the drat seven oald d
    Effective July 1 .. .. w r
    n.
    follows- In the traditions Und
    lIS :: : 4d. days
    Itdriver' acumulateltwelve' ts '"1 'rk. ''q aereas will be continued as in II you have :: :.
    Florida motorists will -
    soon -
    points' in a year, his 1904.
    leel the effect! of a new law i, license .could b... suspendedfor ) ; .' schedule of thu 1W.1 loan Questions about,
    publishing an adjustable, up to 30 days. rates by' grade Is available. at
    print system for suspendingElver's / ; ASC9 county offlcen. Growers I your mililary
    llsrnais., and giving : A score of 18 notnM withinan may' oontart the local, ASCS;, service '
    18-month period: could re- .
    rraffls: Jr'gcs more dUerj-1' county oflloe for mom dotnlln,
    tton In doling cut black marks cult, In a thrce-cnonth: suspen ; .. j ...\ tio! program\ local Guardcan
    .\ your National
    to reckless drivers sion.When 1iIf.\ ill illii 1 ,
    The law. which becomes op. a license "arcumulat- p $ i i help you

    cratlve: July 1, is a more lenient .Jt 24 points within a 36- _, 1.rx
    statute than the old ys.1 month period he Is liable to !I 4 "sIv *;
    THE niClllt\ HUNT lev the !In Starke-Visit
    Jerome Sharon Harrell
    Edwards
    tam of hnndinT lose his drlvlna permit for a
    out a driver! way ;.. writs.. Coitus In aad |
    numb .. or points to a yew.Points: I: New Band Director: I 1 Is EmployedAt nrie l your favorite K8TKR: !r CVVO Al Crosby
    convl'::d rf a cjrtaln: traffic) will be handed out Armory Uldff.
    TEL
    KKOOK Fonnlaln FrU.
    i wi -
    vtnla'lon. But. proponents say : for conviction of the follow i iIni i At Naples Sr. HighJerome 9 1, First Federal UllAIM. or 'all
    the n-w s'ntiite vl31 t be fnlrrr violations according to'I Ithere > 'e )I 961.2211'e
    1 C. F Jr..
    Mlsell.
    and! easier to administrate be. eiridllnes with points,, Edwards: son of TF pieslilentof ,
    Mr. and Mr*. M,!rrlll Edwardsof first federal Savlnns A -
    c u-s oX two imponantFli Issued under the old system ....
    '..na.. I are indicated In parenthesis: Starke, has been appoint. 6 Loan> AMHoviAtlon, hits annoumed
    j i ed dlr-ctor of bands at Ka- the employment of .
    Fli ot. unlike tV o'd law une Reckless driving: 2-6 j j .
    Miss Sharon H..ir.ll, daughter l
    plM Senior high!: School in I
    *' 3 YR.
    rhteh traffic Ju-IBej convict points 141.Leaving. t : ATTENTION'
    -rt offender': !! nn-1 the De- 1 I'I Naples Fla. A 1987 graduateof of Mr. aiul Mrs M. U liar-
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    the scene of an accident Bradforl County lUgh .. sell! of Brookei. .
    pnrtm-nt! of Public Safety ._ ,
    : 3-6 points ((61. I School. Mr Edwards also) "\\'. are pleased l to have)
    hDn -d o-it black marks the 'f I
    new law lets the judges bothconvl.t -Unlawful speed resultingIn graduated" from FSU and di- Hampton Team With Trophy :Miss lIar..1I1th 'the firm on MOTHERS) Onri. '-a
    and assign points an accident; 3-& points I i'j reeled bands at both Sneada a full tlina basix.; ';Mr.: Mtsell .. .

    Second, the law provides I 161. I and Immokalec high schools Hampton's softball team teem! from COCOA and also)I ItOl'O1' standing' "J. T. Pollard\ said "She Is a Jun. graduate

    rnnges of demerits for each -Unlawful speed :2-6: points I I before accepting his new po- cho..n abovs.! won four of six ; \ Fort Walton Beach I Wayne McLrori. Dick: Akitdg, of Bradford County High
    type of traffic violation ((31. ,i sition. He and his family mill gitmes. In' the annual Slow- i not< Ormoml Bench. Perry and I Dli-k\ Blddlo Edwin Johns i School i and 1 has been training ;

    ranging from improper' equipment Passing a stopped school I)i rerkta "t 1124 Flank WJittc- pitch Softball Tournament Hampton went Into the champk Cluulea Blalot-k, and Carl II fur the Job through the Kiversinud r }I" '

    to speeding which results bus: 3-4 points (141 !'' man Boulevard In Naples. last month and was beaten I >n'htp contest with one loss Rowan. Two members of the\ Program Cooperatlva at (BUS. Training .BIG .. :
    I Improper equipment ont of the championship only each! -to each other. .
    In an accident. : : Brooker slow pitch team. Jim Miss Harrvll Joins Mrs Tommy <
    The old. I959-psseed point (brakes, lights steering]; 1-31 i Second SR-100 by. Perry Team'' members shown are Watts nd Jim Temple, also (LATrelle) Hamilton. uHocretaryteller :
    In winning runner-up honors I l-rl : bottom row-Harold If 14
    system was a rigid affair Ifi I points ((21. I I II at the tfavlngsV x
    with In the .
    played \! Hampton .
    \ the Hampton team bent Dtvls. Dave Norton. Jack '
    Joe Citizen was arrested! for I IP'lc..edlnw -AU other moving violations Repaving Job I -: Loan Association
    the defending. utitt the spied limit by' : 1-3 points (UI.I I
    five miles per hour and John" Is Completed \ l lit being placed. on '111111-1 PORTRAIT :
    Doe was apprehndd for I t tember, 1<> Negro, 14 ArrestedFor 7-mile portion of SR 100 extending n hlnff Is connected' with one ...
    ing 20 miles per hour over nintiiro "M.lny'IfMI. of tobacco tvtuen, price support fates on Black end White.
    Work has been I Ie
    rnmpletedl .
    the posted limit both men- Auto Theft from the Union-Urad- of the state's fish ninnngeinentarnss. & will be from 13 tu 15tents : I! tied and untied. tobiu-oo, him .
    on the second of four '
    ; prAI ford line mmthcajit" to the .
    If t'OnYlctt'dwou)1 ret px- I lei-ts to i i |peer' pound higher than bon reduced to three. cent 'rlw' litn.lt I I :
    actly the aims number of1rnegatlva I' A 14-year-old Reno Negro I I|I State Rand repiive 100 and from widen Lake', went city limits of Starke. I' License fens 8ct 13 for residents for corresponding| grades oil I per! pound Thin< Is In contra. -
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    pointy. youth was arrested Monday City southeast of ''''1orl.Itor; nonresidents I immature, tight and slick! to- tu a six rents. poi |Hiuml difiercnca Handling Chart* _
    approximately
    Both t Starke Police and charrst Fishing LicensesOn on an 'annual 1 timln; I ISI burco.
    offenders! stood an >r 33 miles to taut yesr The raililLllmi .
    Stivrko: the Slate
    equal chance of having their with auto theft after being Road : n for non-resMrnt, for 1t'' The loan rate by grade re- I was mud In I hoe with tn* t ".Jit : :
    U..nt'! MiffDcnd" for repeated csttirht In the act of taking' eparnient!. announee4yesterday. |, Sale Now days and $2.23: for nn-t..I.( lilents fleet an average", price suppoIt narrowing. market. price tliffeieme t>a i.."t'' 't,etv.tt. :

    identical! violations even' truck from county school's i| INntrlrt Two Road Board' Florida's m.V\ .4 tlithlng<< license for five days of nshlng l level of AT.7 cents per between lieil and untied $1.00

    though Joe Citizen's offnss but barn. I,', member C. W. Beaufort of went on sale TueiHltiy, According/! to the Carne and" pound about one per rent torment In leieut years.As ...... -ta.$8.OOVALUEIONL.V. --
    wrre less serious rerklesi. : 'r..h. Water Klsh Commli-. higher than In lfA4. The 100.1: I lu tile past -
    or Police Chief Bill Roftserl I Jacksonville said the profwt and this year. the series yours grow
    I will, '
    The slim, 70i.Dn2 Itching and huntIng 1'.11'"prort "..lIedll''. has, em will utter. their io.. .cco! ..t t / JNof :
    new law attempts! to) mid the youth was seen drivIng !I. the 10-mile segment of the Include a new combination
    rectify the Inequity by prescribing -; the 1949 Ford pick-up' roadway extending from U.S. Avhlnir-hunllns permit! for licensee. were sold during: been vstshlNhetl so that alfsrniir ,, auction ntstkets In the usual ppoTntrrfcnt' .p -

    a sHdln scale The earlier by police officers' butthey ', (9O one mil east of rAke CityIn tlO. O. ITt | 1904.' i II who produces a 'roPI) nmuner and, price support. will '" )
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    pull's.l.ctitin of :
    I or rfpe, opnnfaceil grainy to- bu mmle, .iliU"le the 0 ,, ( .
    traffic Judge, the man on the were not aware It was Columbia County to the >_ new licenses b. "v' through .c.1
    scene best able to a*+ M that( stolen at the time. The boras Union County line. purch ed l at county)/ may JmlgeV High Quality ': harm equal to the average of'the .Kliie-cured. Tolmciti. O""lWra. No .g.''limitS -
    t lust 10-year crops In assured ,
    seriousness of an offense can again seen starting the Work on the ;6O4.&:31 proJect offices throughout the state Tobacco Urged I price support of at lesst I IR7 live Stabilisation Corporation' All (work -
    now hand out points to offenders truck bv people living In the liv-luded\ widening theHinting' or at any authorised agency, j .7 cents average Jevvl. arm In'I' Karniors who comply: with "w14 :
    In proportion to the neighborhood and they! called located 1 From Growers their farm acreage nlMmentsc.in
    In hardware
    roadway to provide mainly
    seriouflness of their violations.Th. police two 12-foot traffic !lanes and, stores, iiporllnir (K.>OII.' shops in< bettor' tlasiilncallon. market up to 1 lu par cent VAN H. .PRIEST 5e & 10=
    their with
    of \
    new law .Is no way obstructs The youth lumped from the repsvinK the entire nejrment.R. j amt l at .bh campe. Flue-curiHl tobacco grower of mid mature tobucco I Itfmlor poundage quota _
    ripe .. .
    I marketing
    the! |power: of the Pub- truck end hid in one of the M. Wall Company oft I The new licenses are effective are urged to make every f.to..t r.lee siipixnt.. Any -
    to produce a high quality.. the new A"''''' j beyond UK |<.r ont of the Stark .'14.
    :
    lie Safety Department to sui- school buves ratiftlnv the police OalnejivUle farmer 1
    was the
    contrac-j) .
    1 both i ,. !
    July However the
    Nth will\
    puiiiitliige 1
    leaf so ss to /get the heat pos* prnjrrnm 'lurni |I-luno'"ge quota "
    pend license' to
    whenever It have to mount
    acesfit a search tor on the project j 1M4-63 ami the 106.VOK\ : II-j\ Ibis return from their can now direct his. lit. I ha subtracted. from the next JUNE 17 18 19 :
    to do so. It Is merely a for him. As the officers! cloaofIn. l"I'ap'l ,
    Work bran May 1111\". on \ -
    supplement to' the clear slat- the Negro boy Jumped widening; and repaying the 9 I- Scans of the State lame. and I high-quality tubucco. wlthnut liionlilUcI ss ".III FtnblllMtlon and Conservation unto l'hotu.\lour"I UlOO, ( to I 1:00:( ()-2:00: to :Stet( :
    utory from
    of the
    power the department bus and '
    was caught. mils from Fresh Water CommU- .
    segment Fish
    extending losing part of his share nf variety" turiitcco. will b* sup-!
    (A9C) Stats Committee Chair.man
    He I Itt bring held in the Bradford .
    the Columbia-Union County ton between June 15 and July the market to other farmers. ol'le.1 But of the approximately County Jail now charg.dwith line southeast to Lake huller 1. i: reports that under the I Protlurtlon. Increased quull-1' { 'LTm, $oilb\ r.r. subfaet .r fI.mrtj
    rules for '
    23.000 llsejft *s.-3>hjcji j w?r'IIUIfP"n4ed.b f larceny of an automo southeast 4S: miles Jo \yl\ l_...A fishing license In requlrml' IMS: suhsilula of loan rates by ty tut> 'ccv h""M assure PKIrtucers \ t'ompitrnrileof 4 Cacti Additional SubJect 11,13 i
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    the .dtpartnHtttt- bile on.a warrant signed byChirf I UnkmBrsxUordCounty. : 11.1; for all fresh. water angling'.grade recently announlyd'tylthe ; I a granter lnruine. I, of other varieties.

    in 1904 a clear majority Rouer Work WM complete! in Sep-j j L4retisos are not require for USDA, even"' more pre Chairman Williams aim fe-| Thu 'Department' also' IAn.,1, --


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    ; May Sales gin. their site preparation' -, 4' -
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    ;; firm $ i ourtlfioetei shall b. r.d..n.dt'cordtng 1
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    Up %{ I to Jaw the prupurty
    Last ,
    II year. Florida Forest I davt-rlbcd- auch cortlflcat, or
    fI 4 ';I I Service: nu.E!rlos produced''i certificate. will b* void to the

    fC : ;. .-,,,,. ,fi- ro'V,'t'o' *"* -ir Aiy end siLt O'j million tree seed-( I hl.he.t. ,u.. door blddr un toe at flrat the Monday court:

    .' '\1"! ''to il (Cinp'v> : ,ihok"" 'ei,| 'i 1.n..s to FlJ.lJa landowners. I> n m"nth of July. 1'11. which la
    II the 5th
    dar of Ju.y.ltlbt.
    (f" IM'i fH:'tic t we:< o e- tlio"lonth I N ; z .>..... ..... *win u..y of May. ,
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    In 1064. Collcei I t f -
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    i i :May JT.S'i! were 10- La'VSDI1ccps' .....ule. A. D.rhvl
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    ( f .j..' :>ot S'JO.'l31.81: ns I-O.TI-: eII l k of Cir ui" 'i. : '":, i.f. I
    I "with: nGC 6.2.1 for :May City Council rd County, loriUa. _' ,
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    ". ,PCI. re it from t'-*. 1< t.id will >>" i. [h ...1, "i.n, I
    tt i n7 toUl ) for Ew" I" 'vson will continueS I Irvialrtnan >o p. m J..... .' > .:. "i i I.. ,
    Co I i .. reporlel MayI of the safety i ad.urd C ..Ut.., !I' u \F '.., .
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    : Moniliiy .. .. ,.
    iincil plte the request of fnt r Lu n t !I' ,.
    JJJJ/ '.ep (from let) Ilii-lnm Knight, Alice Knight, Phil iiilnry I "r'i u; "7.2 per' co gain from .. .lIce Chief Bill IlDsaer: that I In AU." t t- i .ui, itjunda
    Llniln Edward, $1.ZLO.S8: for May l-o-i tu .3.MK .,- i'lteii. Pr..cur..I i ,* '
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    QJ' CuuntyK'nt nub l Taj lor, anil I 'nwson b3
    Pat relieved of that
    ; :.!.. 6 ICiS.Ilaker : DepoHlt cbck mad ,i'' .1'"
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    Of C'aitlrn."J "u. -" .. .. .. .._ ._ ...._.... .. ... .. .. '' Lijn It. Mnrsn, \. ,' ,
    County: ahowo! I a 2,:5I '301 jur poiiucai reasons. -- --' -- ........... ......-.,.;'-__ ,Jeo__."" ,.., ._ ... O Uox 2u7 urantiL 1 I'''n u"' .<

    I triln: from .17,13-1.23 for May Carl Hurst, chairman of tht Florida,
    4-H Club Members Amonq 500 I 161; l to $7,318.12 for May 190!>. I I City Council, said Friday tha KINDERGARTEN GRADUATION On. act of plaoa and IetI-
    ratlon will !b. furnianed .
    I tu tn
    j he had met with Roaser and !
    I'lctiirril are irradunte. of Mama Prlent',. Qnral Contractor upon receipt
    sj At Annual Congress At UF I Lawson. and after Ouicuss'-: Kindergarten ton. Jimmy I..-e. Jim Shiner Brenda. Roberts. Keith Car of I3t.oo. L'naucceaiful lennral
    !' Legislature at roinnieiireinent nxerrlHfii. In the First Methodist Contractor .
    ,i I the matter, declined to make on May 23. Church ler Briar I'atruy Jim lion Ilcnlpy. Lynn Moxley. Arrhltert. upb office retraln, flan! ..and to

    Four |I Limits Millage the change requested. 2nd row (l-rl) I Ruth harm Drew Barry. \V I 1 Hpeclflcatlona within five dy
    outstanding
    Cindy wid
    Bradford: Jamps p"e.UentIof ,
    Edwards. an 1 : 1st row (l-rl I Kollne: Green Carl Torode Jon Brabham Alan Illcks. I after r.telpt of Bid. will b. refunded t
    "I told Rosser he said Jim
    County 4-H Club members I 1, Tcnly Jay Ootlnln Usa Kkharil: I
    are the State Farm girls; Alice In ReassessmentA Pam Tucker James. Sturll.ig David 1 Powell :Zed depuilt In full. Recond
    attending the annual 4-H and Thelma Knight. daughters "that there are only a few Cynthia ThornHamilton, Robert Evan. Earl Grady and Gene Tanner. _t ISO.<>o with |&.00 refundable.
    i months left before the election Bid Bond. Certified Check or !
    Congress: on the University of of Mr. and Mrs. James bill to protect property Bank IJraft mad payable t.
    Florida campus this week. E. and that in ths meantime i Bradford County Fair Aorla-
    I Knight of Breaker and owners against excessive tax
    They are joined by more than he should continue to Feed GrainParticipants Clyde Terwlllegar. has qualified Saturday. and 'the Sunday tlon. In th. amount of Nlnetveo
    members of the Brooker 4-H rates as a result of the Supreme I percent '
    18H shall b.
    /500 4-H'ers from every county Community Club and the Court's full value as- woik through Lawson, and let IRONS with a 2 under pir 70. I I I trip will be a round trip from No Illdder may withdraw required.. hi*

    In Florida for a week filled Statke Senior girls aenament decision was passedby me know if he has any future I Harold Bishop, the present I Jacksonville to Starke and re bid within Thirty. Day.
    group complaints," Are Reminded club turn. Service will begin July The Owner ..*.rv.. th. rightto
    with activities.A champion. Is recovering
    Thelma Is president of this the State Legislature be- and WOODS 1, 1963.: waive any tnfortnalltlo. or
    varied program has been club anj Alice serves as vice fore adjournment last week. Rosser called for Lawson'sresignation from a slump in his game, I to reject any or all bid..
    planned for the boys and president. Pat Castlen son of The bill provides that mill- as chairman of Farmers who signed up under shooting a 89 In the Fernan- Successful bidders will be 1110 at'lite/
    4 girls the safety committee, which the 1965: feed grain pro- dlna required to provide their own
    with
    Open, and
    emphasis on lead- Mrs. Joyce A. Castlen ofj ages must go down in proportion playing consistent /
    ersnip citizenship, and personal I iirooKer_ : is president.;:" of the as assessments go :up. It acts on police matters at the gram are reminded that now 71-72 golf over the | vehicle of 300 cubic feet or Plastle Notebooks SUI at the

    growth. The delegates] Brooker 4-H Community Club Beta a maximum of 13 per cent council meeting last Tuesday. l Ilf a good time to take care I paI72 Pine Tree course In more. Telegraph.FIRESTONE.
    : He charged- at that time that of conserving-acreage provis- I For further Information
    will have the opportunity to Phil Oalney son of Mrs. In the allowable millage Increase ; Jacksonville.
    learn the Importance of dem- I, Betty Witt of Brooker, is secretary after reassessment Thin Lawson plans to run for police ions of those programs. Bishop tied first place with I contact the postmaster at

    t ocratlc values and citizenship! of the Brooker 4-H Includes a flat ten percent chief in the Sept 14 election. Clyde Cone Chairman Agricultural Steve Melnyk and Terry Cat- Hampton, Maxville Lawtey RELINE 4 WHEELS i

    responsibilities as a young i' Community Club. initially, plus another five per and that under the circumstances Stabilization and lett.; After the play-off h-l 1 or Starke. Any Ford or Chevrolet. Car

    citizen and learn how to apply All of these club members cent in counties where emergency he should resign from Conservation County Committee won third place In the Jack TillS WEEK $17.95 i

    and share Congress have been active 4-H'ers on financial situations arise., the commute explained that,, under this sonville Junior Championship. \ i.tlr. Of "..11.....,. K.r Part.) ft Labor

    mation In the County infoI"1 their Individual projects at The bill is an attempt to Lawson said he had been diversion program the participating Richard Hobba won the 3rd ..... IIM.III.T.. I.rd 5'. .. SAVE ....00

    program. I home. as well as in Community require a decrease in mlllage appointed by Hurst, and saw farmer agrees to devote flight with an 87-79-166. Xotluo .IK h r.by Klv.n, thai 1
    Delegates attending: from Club work. in proportion
    Bradford are: Linda Edwards/ I They are accompanied in the general level of assessed later he hadn't made up his conservinguses which is equalto Hy HOMER WOOD also competed. filed the mid following. c.rtlf!<.eerllfl".t..a",!.. for a ha.tax Septic Tank and
    the farm's normal base In
    daughter of Mr. and Mrs Gainesville by Bob Taylor valuation, so that property mind whether to run for police de.<1 to b. iKautMl thron Th.
    I oWners drawing big Increases chief and added, "RosserIs such uses In addltlo.i; to the "rtlflct numbr end year DRAIN FIELDINSTALLATION
    II Assistant Bids Invited
    I County Agent and of l.nunc, the M.rlptlon of
    II to be diverted under
    Just acreage
    Mrs. R V. Turner adult leader in taxes because of revaluation trying to force my The 5th annual Club Cham th. prupvrtjr and tha n.m." In
    I -
    and won't have a big millage hand." the feed grain program.Failure plonshlp Tournament is shaping For Mail RouteThe which' It nvaa aii..*Md ar. mm
    pnlor secretary f31rl of the Starke increase slapped on top of it. Hurst then announced he to meet the conaerv- up in a big way and at follow: Back Hoe Work

    3O1 urouo It will not Immediately affect wotilj,:! meet with Lawson: and ing-use or any other provisionof present there are 32 entrants Starke pontofflce will Iinuanr C.rtlflrt 1X1.. No. 101. Yar of Pump Out Service

    counties that had reassessments Rosser later and then announce the diversion program with qualifying open unUl accept bids for carrying the te.'rlptlon .of l'roorty.: BEH Fill Dirt. and Top Soil
    FLORIDATHEATRE: this year. however his decision could mean loss of all program July 1.Due, mails from Jacksonville to of 8WVt. S.c. 15. T-7s. K-tl-B.:

    DRIVE-IN as it does not become effective In the municipal election in payments for the crop-price- to rainy weather. a lot Hampton and return, which 40!Nam Acr. rn which .uc..." Jam. Bradford Septic

    until next year. September. Starke voters will support loans and payments of golfers who have entered will Include service to Max. M. ltovr

    I ballot on posts now held by and diversion payments. have been unable to qualify. yule, L.awtey and Starke. the All County of laid! of property Bradford.brIng Mtat'In Tank CompanyPhone

    .: Open 7:15 I Pine SeedlingsTo Police Chief Rosser. Mayor One of our better players. This will be a round trip of Klorld 969-2311 tl tlI
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    Show Time 7:15: Randall Chitty City Clerk each day Monday through

    ADMISSIONAdults Showtime- -Weekdays 71 Be DistributedOn Merrill Edwards, and Council //1 1r

    Sunday ::1{:O)'"> Saturday 1 ; | November 23 members Ruby Johns and
    73c Students <>0c I Lawson.

    Children Under 12 Free Til I m';.. .....U.. SAT. D-day will be November 231[I r

    JUNE 17, 18, 19 this year says a spokesman Cities' Problems "nO- ? 5 e

    TIIURS., Fill., SAT. Double Feature Program of the Florida Forest Service. Are DiscussedAt > '

    JUNE 17, 18, 19 That's the date on which the U," : I

    Double Feature I'rogram seethe Service Its millions will begin of pine distributing seed-- Rotary Club Lto!r ; J f [ [] '


    F1GM. I SWDMNQ lings to Florida landowners.The a Problem changing faced pattern by cities of land In I : ,
    Service has Just released -
    BEACH PWQVi : uxe were described at the .
    Rotary
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    5.av'cowvieSJ !! its annual bulletin containing Word or lea, one tIme .95 MrmorlaJa a-aldl __ Sa par weed.
    Club
    gang play f delivery Wednesday by Oor-
    .BiAlQQC1965 schedules price listings.species avallnblc. -- inn T. Ilut'or' executive 118C.) If not paid In advance___ _-_ 1.25 (,.ardis of Thanks, up to 50 word___, 2.55K.yi1 .

    I I and application instruI rrf/irv/' of the Florida League or Blind Ada. ...________ 1.25 Over 50 word ? Bo |.p.... w4

    Ams c.rt Intfrnilionil PIclurH' ..-..-... -I of .:MnnlMniilm., -- ,.._ I Each additional. ., ivnrd over 10_ .05 Ulaplay ads I. CUaalflrd.. .IJSO per .aaa>
    ''' '' Mr ; !
    DutHr said' that R2 .
    In April ths FF3 planted I per
    1 I" 1 Ius _
    rent of auto traffic I! I
    I IIl'l'ds for about 63 million moves on IEASTINCS: : MATTRESS FOR SALE 3 bxltoom frame
    city street, 'tout I Irto 'Insurance Problems ? I
    PlusUntamed o"', lIngs at its three that the cities : FOR RENT-Fumlahed Mod-"
    nurser-
    I I & UI'IIOLSTERY WORKS louse, 3 old.: Electric
    l I."i." and so far," says State not get any portion of the Call The Man From .....t year : j i ern two-bedroom houit. Ren-
    ; Untouched! Reforestation Supervisor A- i I gasoline: tax; or auto tag feem'ney \| "Keystone"George ,'I Lemon Ft Palatk 'FUI water heater stove refrigerator ner Apartment .383 W. Washington -
    and water softener
    \ J I I f help them with I I Inalntenance. Furniture Rennlred. tfchg
    I arcn Joidun "we lr>" :
    :
    9 an
    ti. 150) x 17J ft. lot. Two mile*
    : I E. LaRueKeystone 'JphoNtered A ReflnishettWAITRESSES (
    "MARA" excellent growing. I ,
    crop
    : I As usual the Servl-s ha I The problem of tax revenue I| Height : RERUILI ",ast of Stark on New Bland FOR SALE-H58 Ford Ola-
    tg Raa-1 Call Raymond( WIl.
    for cltlen U made. worse by torn 300 with V-8 enilln and
    Of The Wilderness 1IOfNICIIUt''rrOfllla' ,.' SPt an October:: 1 daall le. pf the trend of residents from the Consultant% For All Your New Innt"rfllpt'lnp( "lead The Cla *,irie l.1!.1'V I '..m.l8"! tfchKV : oerdrtv Radio. heater, and

    I .r._....... ri...... which time all species sjld: cities to the aurburbs where : Insurance Needs. and Box Sprlnjrs YOUR =NAME"' I Ii H MAXWF1LHOUSEWIVES new tlr-a. 295. C A. BaldI'''.
    -- -I out are pro-rated among the they pay no municipal taxes, Drop ts A Cartl nr Call i FOUND AMONG\ : fill 964-1321. Itp

    SUN.. MON.. TUES. SUN.. THRU. WEn Applicants, Orders for speciesnot 1 but still require some city ; Rf'prr..nt Inlt'Or."t I"U.TK.PoA IS--- .-1 .CLASSIFIED"" AI U)& CAl.IAT

    JUNE 20,. 21, 22 i, JUNK sold out will be accepted i iI et'VVie'S; the speaker said. I IMr. Mmrrlran In*. Co. MRS. PFOOT HHALLEBt09 TirE TEL r.H/\1 FOR 8A1.E-HNrt and peen
    Double Feature Program 20.23: I I I after that date until the supply j Butlor was Introduced The Trawler In... Co. E. Adklnn St. OFFICE FOR A FuEl ?le 'ant way to rarn as a cypress post and lumber.

    cotuMas HAROLD h exhausted. > Representative Write or see Kline Orlffl
    Li5 I species available Chltty. Tel) 473-4092 Day I 'or OrtffUi too ,_ Stark. Up
    PlC1URES IIECHTpeie |I OA THEATRE. | Avon products. Cpnln ;
    ;HUSH-HUSH/ -... this year are: North Florldis : 473-432S NlU-s I I for capable: mature women
    <" I Suffer Through FOR SAt -or tral-2 uid
    ish jnnl pine loblolly: pine \ Auto Fire Home DuilnnMonthly : "von trains you ta suc: fd "
    c .T I longleaf pin!! all 14 p *r \ PLtn. Another Hot Summer. I FOR I SAM.Ready I I Write or call Mrs. OjldSweat. 28- girls bicycle: one 28
    I I Payment
    I .
    Sliulf* 41... ( hits. the slim! boy English Royal blcycl. 3
    CHMLOTTE thousand seedllniU"and red i I mix concr.te. eoncm P. O. Box 843() Live
    3HLLDUCorning cedar. and Arizona cypress at an.1 the. niiMlrl. Weillng-/ block. house plert sand caoent. *. Oak FU"?. hp Outboard engine.! 3 chaise
    .-a-s----- I $8 per thousand. Catalpa I il 12 Wides 1 BE SURE TO SEE World house) Room Air C'omlltlnn- I : mortar mix. rocc.: steel! lounves. Call e -ia32. Wally't .
    sells for $5 per thousand and I Book before buying any other er Just right for your particular tyster hell, "mrock. roo'I HELP WANTED Fli-lt. ltD

    .Plus I -' ((l Eucalyptus a tropical$ hard- Custom Made\ j I Encyclopedia. M. A. Payne I cooling nrr.l... !8HM( ,. gravel lintels. BRADFORD Male A Female. I II
    S I i local representative slrv to 2fl.MM( 8'(;(-.. Priced' I' NO. StS
    "I Want My Lover wood for south Florida retails For Florida I I your j :I ENOR. CO. Phone 4-2321 Watkins has opening for man
    I Living : 200 ft. state highway -
    IS 1938. P. O. Box 603. Phone from 11119.93. acre on
    i'hI I IStarlte.
    Killed" II for $10. I t I I II RUrke! : or lady to( serve customer In
    I 964-3794. tfcha !SF.K' : : OR CALL. Write C. R. Rubl Build that home or tnuUne
    Several exotics available net More
    WALT IJISNEY1tcHMreotORa are 2 1
    lirgnianQuinn:: ;-.::i I YOU i iI I SLADE GAS; CO. FOR RENT Unfurnished Dept. J-J. P. O. Box 2447.I *> here. Walk to newachool.
    ns potted stork from the Her- ant4 '
    For Your $ $ $ I FOR RENT 3 rooms anV.: !Ma4llM. St. and 3 bedroom houses Fur- Memphis Tennemee. Health) forces sale.
    I DDK ren nursery near Punta Oor- : I I bath furnished cattail Phonr I'h. 9IU1101i nUhrd 1 and 2 bedroom I j 4500. Just 11200 down.
    dlTheile Include Biaztlianpopper No Salaried or CoinI t I 964-2261. tfche houses. Houses!! sold easy 6-13 2t71

    and IndU: rosewood I missioned EmployeesDAD ,.. i FOR SALE-Fill dIrt. top soil I t t..m W. H Nft'ltnun tr 'ur: FOR SAIE: ,. owner becauseof NO. let
    "THE VISIT" \ Doth wood are prized byI r' i tractor work new and teed transfer! New 3 tedroom OuUtandln* Value I 40 acre.
    .,-., rnblnet\ makers. Cost of patted & DRAD LARSEN I ROLLER SKATING at Bradford I building supplies. W. T. Jackson : L. L. Norman concrete block house :2 baths I Modern. J B. R. home. On

    stock li llf per hundred. LIKE TO WORK County Fairgrounds Material aa4 Machlnory pared: road. Barn. Shelter
    BuildIng FOR RENT3: bedroom unfurnished lane living room. kitchen and
    Jordan urged planters!! to be. starting about July 9. The Fun Ptione..- I Tractor ,ft equip. goes to. Wall
    Supply.
    house 311 N. ClarkSt. dining room tl.OOO down payment
    YOU Benefit Spot Roller Rink. Watch for to wall car Untr. Fine offer-
    I 40O1 tfchc' See 11111 OrOam at AJva""l. I tia W Pratt St. or ran
    opening Ad. 4tp 624 tall $18.750. Terma.
    2trh<< 6 to'I 044.2A2: I Ito
    LOW-COST : !
    CENTRAL
    COOLING FOR 8ALE--targ 3 bedroom I
    All Sizes on Display) > J. Ii Faulkner STROIT REALTY I
    1 bath hou.se! with separate PAINTtNO-Interior or *x- \
    for 8-10-12 Vides 'lvln and: dlnlnj room. See I FOR SALE: 19S9 Plymouth ]I levier. Reasonable.?;>> Hour( or tilT N. Trma4 AT.. _

    New or Older Homes I 1 Vi Maths HELP WANTED Men In at 333 N. Church St. by appointment I Fury. Power steering power I'I' rob. Fr.. estimate Phone, IV..S. 3Sl1Fben. 1

    .I and Expandable good health. Age 21 to 55 only, or contact I brakes, radio enS! heater I 7*".''fQ' 3'tq 4f-34l

    Write or conta-t Psrronnel: Wayne Chance at 994-1691. 1'UO 00. See at 1205 Pratt St.
    1
    Department. Sunland Training tfrh? Call P6Q2'4'Uchc' FOR SAtE: 7 rooms 8.4// TEN ACRE TH ICT OF LAND

    New and Used8Yr. Center P. 0, Box 115 I I|i bath. One mle! north One mile! from Starke paved

    "" Gainesville. 4tch 6'17 FOR RENT-3 room furnished I FOR RENT Summer cabin I i I Stark., near R1. 1 II. road. 840 feet frontaxe. eon-
    financing availableUse apartment Klngsley Lake on Lake Geneva 145 week utilities Term, lleoo down. "OO'j Iderable Umber, Will ell aD

    I -- -- -- -- ACRE-Good 3 bdrm frame- J. H. QU1. phone 533-3531. 1 Included. Contact Mrs I S50 pr month.. <5 00 cash.' or half A. J Thomas' Realtor"

    _ _ _ \Piih little figurine-youll be iurprwd ",> I Our Itental-I'ur- well' new pump, garage near ,. 4tn:" < 17 I Herbert Shweem. Raiford or will rent to om on- who I'!
    bow lull_ family I chase> Plan-Payments Dupont. Will trade for acre- 1 SUte Prison Farm. M4-M11. can furnlah reference. Owner.' FOR SAX I-Ia: : foot aluminum

    __ _ central air conditioning any la fact. w.on'll do. noy the| ) Under $;.10) .Per Month age or take car: boat motor FOR SALE OR LEASE-Large i Ext 4AI 2tp 6 10, will be at proD..rty for one fIshing boat anj 3 1(. P. Johnnn .
    figuring Gel !J... .0.... & I' house 3 bedrooms and den. or |I' kicker
    our tooling tttnty and BIM| -- --- -- trailer; travel trailer or': week only Joe .I. Fields.I 91S N. Myrtle St.Phone .
    Com out how .....Iy you can ..goodbye/ to rummer hrat. I Cash down. Balance $50 per 4 brdrooms.' Kitchen with ,j Robert Rturlln' Stark. Florida I Ito 4-7421.. Itp
    in I
    and m th Polur Priot a.member.I"',CoismeaAmerica's breakfast are*. 30' x 14' living- .
    month. Write
    Rt. I Box 213A >I
    only bonded line.Self .
    I "ow' Lake Butler 2tpd 6171 I;II I dining room with fireplace I( FOR SALE: 7-room frame FOR SALE-.J bedroom frame
    cooling. No wilier no 2..2.3-.3,4-.,-, I I I Fenced yard.:! Large 135' x 137' house. large lot; 2 ml from I house.' fully furnished; appro.
    plumbing. h. p.mod.... Sleep Cool Tonight and 4 acres land., located :
    about 2
    lot. Starke.
    e Remote installation. corner Low down payment Phocwt68IU3.\ I2tu i
    OurDesi.ned for -.... ..
    door condensing unit tahjnjiom two aDd tervlc" 7 Mobile Home SitesAVAILABLE PEYTON FLORIST 746 S.. WestmorelandSt All Summer I/onjf. 4.54 mL east on Nw BLinding

    wiher-prool lit 8. THOMPSON ST. or nhon 1If'4.11864 trchw with a new \\.*"ncRoom iw* Road rSR 2301. near rot
    -
    ...Inet.. S B.clie1. 1 by> flOOOWunar/ PHONE M4-415S Air fomlitlanod. .% FOR s..u.E-Oood. Oeurmey course u. oo. Contact Bill
    S bis|>cr-quiet or' r>lioa. Jkiad. Full Lake Privileges NIGHT 9894891DISTINCTIVE FOR RENT-one store buildIng I it. anil a mmlrl Just ril'it milk cow. Freshened May 27th I Eppa.: phone M4-ftaa IdalorM46nl ]

    Homestead! Exempt- FLOWER. i one furnished apartment for jroor ranting ......... D- milk 4 tal. day Also Black 'lnhtl tteh..
    Financing We Wire Flower. Anywhere and one small furnished TC rapacltlr from BOOO) to Angus Hrtfer ready to breed.

    F OQNEYHAM'S/ \) tfeINSOMNCK ... house All at 321 N Temple. S6.000. Vrtrnl from fl I I 9$3.. 4-8 mos. old h'lTrn. Maywood' I FOR SALB Oood bee
    : I Call 969-3981. tithe SEE OR CALL. Mocher. Hampton' 11.. phone f f'1 'and residential propertiesi InSurtt.

    HEATING AND AIR CONDITIONINGPhone Lake Geneva ,. SLADE GAS CO. Wldo. 4 .I05I. Ito : ... R.titpi'urxl T.' KnUht.and P.ttnim"rrvrM. O.

    AT RF.nrcrn: RATES :SKITNa. RIO WANTED. 14' Sit \\. Mwllonn &(t. FOR !S\LE SARATOGA ;nraw.r F. Cnr WeSc
    4734565P. Trailer SalesOn AITO FIRE. BOVT to 16' Fiberglass. boat and not Ph. WM-7701 HEIGHTS 'I

    O. Dox 142 DOYLE F. CONNER: :l less than 40 H. P. Motor com I'' New 3 bedroom. :2 baths. fenced < FOR RENT-4arte 9 bedroom
    Keystone Heights, Florida INSURANCE AGENCY I I Itfotllf plete with trailer Cash house with Ian
    awaits WANTED yard. Call
    Route 10<), On* :Mil! SBKr -P y Bonus for yard. Ure pttio. 1100 :
    >i>toiM> ...IhI. I I a real bargain. Must be In excellent :I large! crpms." Ned hardwood down V. A.; U50 down 1"". IL 9-22l.. Ur. 0. U SUoox.

    Serving Clay and Bradford Counties Open Sun. & Evenings Robert Firth. I : condition. Box ''C'' i pine. Writ P. O. Box 272. A.l.: U8 00 per month. 1344Blandln tithe:
    ,
    of the
    care Telegraph.
    IteM I I
    Keystone Height Up 8U or can A. J.Thoma WANTED TO BUT -practiceHano.

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    toeae I- I Farmer's Diary I I New Corporations during the past few days.

    RECREATION NEWS Announced HereSecretary S. E. Sparks local barber,
    I I minister and newly-elected
    9j' BUB MeGarver I commander!!' of American Legion -
    of State Tom

    out of the corn buslneu.S LITTLE LEAOVR I wrliiht Playground on Monday. I Adams chartering has of announced the the I'of, duniter". Post 38 at, is the reported Lake City"out
    r I followingnew
    ,.J One I e Standings (not Including Wednesday: from 2 to 5:30: p. corporations In Bradford l Veterans Hospital where'he

    -I Alice la In Bradford County games postponed because of ; m. Nona Playground on Tuesday County: i huopn\ for the!' past two
    Hospital. recuperating/ from a I ralul : Johns Oil. 942; La\\tey. : Thursdays from :3 to 8:30: week after sniffling an abscessed
    Pictures severe back Injury Incurred about ,,9-2: l lUlfoid. 7-3: W.slernl i p. m. On Fiklay. afternoon shwill Starke, FIn Congregation appendix. Mr.. Sparkswill
    of J'hovah'Vlln
    Central
    two( months ana' while I Auto 6-4: Tile.st. 6Medical; l \ be at WlIolnwrlllht playground ""e" I' come! home!!' soon for a few
    movlrm a house plant In a bin I A-oiit." 3-7: Liberty National from 2 till 3:30: p. m... tfnlt. tnc. N'un-pi-oQt) 897till :\, days of tvst, and recuperationi
    a of l<"t>omir ran. Sl | has had a very bnct 12.8: Southern Discount and at Nona playground. from i retaining to the hospital -
    I I I. nom 17JH.: St.irke, 111.F'II..I I
    time of It. at, thos. who have'" Results: 1.11'1 3:30: till 5:30.: Margaret will 1 1 to haw the appendix re-
    Miiy+ 19 by Thomas. &
    Worth l' had back trouble ran appreciate. I Mon.. June 7 direct the 4 tt>. 6 year oU program i Pierce Purpose: religious.SuWrlbers I inov.-d .

    ;o h Welcome showers during the \ and tried laklim, It easy Discount 6. Thirst 7. Liberty\ in the mornings : Ilirvey U Hill j W. a I Dutch I Thomas 10-

    past week brought reltef to at home but finally went to I National 10. I-iwtey 11. The RecrenMon: Center will\ \ Leonard l K. Wnlliu-o.\. (Venn U. ', rat liuuiranc.viimn\ \ has been

    I man and beast alike and did the hospital to get a completebed Tuesday Thursday and Frl be open from :3: till 5:30: p. m.. Crawford l, nil of Stnrlttt. ;I taken out of Intensive care at
    "wonders, for the v lIetablf'Itlnl'om. \ re.it..! I day games were ralneJ out with several Indoor: and outdoor I !' Aluchui Ornmil Hospital!,
    :! The long drought I'' and will be made up on Wed' activities\ going on at all Walt II, thick Chevrolet Inc. I where' he has own under an
    (Hiismes.4' D3ISIJ}),
    may have been broken but It 80 Sam is his own "chief neoday afternoon Saturday, limes under Coach Mike Sex Highway o"ylt'ltenl since suffering two
    301 ,
    will take: a tot of rain to brlnt rook and bottle!' washer" and I and at the end of the regular ton. John WlUltims. anj Dutch North.... Htarke. Fit" Authorized II setlous! heart attacks lie hart
    I I .wk. Mil) shires otcommon I II
    the water. table up to whereIt already he It getting a lot of schedule Also. If a game has Redding will bs> in charge of In the hospital\ and his con
    at SIOO share,
    belongs. complaints on his cooklnll- to be canceled bN'alllfeof rain equipment and maintenance I I"'r 1 )
    from hU own stomach. tndt.1 It will bn. announced on the along with keeping four flelJs! l I and ftoo shut., preferred at some-hut

    Trouble with showers Is Judging by reports, there!!!' la a local! radio station between ready to play Softball and!I $ltxl.1\IUU:', per dealing slmm.iii Filed aut)1II0bllll"j May 31

    it .. they are scattered, and revolution !going on there at 5:30: and 6 p. m. the day of baseball, wl.no they will have and l inutor vehicles of

    while one section may'get a least an! bin as.the one at San name.Srhedulei. charge of the LlttU League j IncorpunttorsLouts: everykind. I II I PUstle. Notebook S3.20 at tb.Tt.F.UIUpn. *

    A good drenching, others nearby' Domingo, and Just as much names and small fry )1",111111,1 I I \Kur. 1 II[ .K. Mnrttn. Jr.. andJ l _: .

    may get little or no rain.. One conlu on.. Thurs., June 17 Western we feel that the five people! F.. MoxtMpy., nil of Jacksonville

    Thousandy place that can stand a lot of Auto vs. Johns Oil. 7:30: at mentioned above will give us I Flu. "'IIt1,I by Kins.Tiiolo ,

    yr rain now \la Brooker, where The real trouble Is the dishes Starke: Southern Discount an excellent summer prournm. I MlIn"..". amt Marl lit,
    1- corn and tobacco and melons It didn't take Sam long to Ralford. 8 p, m. Ralford.Fit. Parents we wm t I TlKI-U;! \ Florldn Theatre. tlKlg.\ ARE TERMITES
    Wotds haw been hard hit. by the learn 'that 'eating Involves ., June 18 Liberty National children. at these' playgrounds' ..,wk..n""ltI.
    drought dishes and that In no tlnM'at vs. Medical Assn.. 7:30: and taking! part III good clean DESTROYINGYOUR
    all the kitchen vets clogged I I at Btarke: Tl'll'lit'S. Lawtey, recreation." Please, call 1kI.!*. I

    T- I Drainage\ no problem with'I' dirty dishes', and ,who 6 p, m... Luwtev. I 7441 for any Informiitlon Two Local Men HOME?

    I now, but the dry weather has can enjoy a platter of bacon Mon. June at Johns Oil about our program. Let's all I II II Reported Better

    : f I provided a good opportunity to and ens on a dish that has 'vs. Southern Discount., 7:30.fltnrlte : I participate and make this that I FREE
    4:v 1 start\ on Water Oak Creek. been used for sardines? So ; klueity National best program In the area' | In Hospitals
    I '
    .II;I and a large part of It- fromU. with a "lion" in the kitchen rtnlfonl. 6 p. m., HHlfoixl.T INS"F.CTIOJj

    I 8. 301 to Luna Starling's and a "dove" flying 'in the I es. June 22 -- Tltcst vs. Two Called 1| I Encouraging reports hive'

    property Is being cleaned out .window he tackled the Ud1etl, ,I Western Auto 7:30.: Starke: For been received from two local" ; u
    and deepened. When we got and soon found out that It It Medical. Man vs. IJlwtey. 0 Induction ; businessmen who are somewhat ,

    yr'y .,. heavy rains again the Creek till the same old messy Job p. m.. 1000wt..y.Thurl. 15 For Exams /' Improved. after being ou S.19: F.. Can flfi t4tMILAWSON'S : :
    should 'carry off the excess and the TV commercials are ., June 24 Medical tho critical list In hospitals. .

    water and prevent the flood nothing but a lot of malarkr. Assn. vs. Johns Oil 6 p m. Two men Wlllliun Arthur)
    v i' Inc of vegetable and berry I Htsike. : Liberty\ Nations! vs (Hall. and Phillip Rodney Ulx- '

    land in that area The truth to that the average Southern Discount. 7:30.ntnrk : on. reported! to local Board
    MARKETCold
    I husband Including Bam, No. Ill on June 8 for Induction

    These are scenes' that we see!' daily itself' could create a public redevelopment Remember\ when sweet corn of course, hasn't the f.lntl'lIt'' Fri June 25 Ijiwtey. VA.W."t..rn Into the Armed. r>)rrs,
    was King at market? Sixteen Idea or how much work. a cite Auto 7:30.:: Btarke-; Wayne HoLwrt+ Johnson felled
    and try to Ignore pictures that authority, much like the port our I Storage Grocery Store
    does .until abe leaves Rsifotd vs. TrleHt a p. m., to requli-ed.
    years ago when we came and he appear ai
    we hope the out-of-town visitors don'tsee authority in Jacksonville, or the municipal -
    here the market was loaded Is fared with the 460 household Hampton. I Fifteen registrants' reported *
    but they Mill stadium authority In Atlanta.
    are representative
    with corn at thla time of year chores...And U this Is toM American l of a part of down-town Starke An act of the Legislature would' be and today. you have to scout considered. treason by the Baseball. NrheduleClnmes on June S, with, two falling. to

    and they are seen-make no mistake required but the authority ,could coordinate all over the county to find a Anal population.\ w. say on June 10 and! 11 .report as. required.I'rgenl .

    about It-by those who come the redevelopment and might planting. And you won't find "Brother., you just don't were rained out Notice

    here to judge us by what they nee. undertake nome phase thai are not any cotton. which was once a know.'' Pit. June l -With Oalnes.vllle. All mule. persons, over IH

    Starke isn't the only city troubledby feasible for' private enterprise.. principal: crop In this\ ;area. 7:30: p m., at Oalnesvllle. years of sin" are. again advisedto

    downtown area problems, of cnurce. owners could and In each case It was an Insect But Sam has solved the. notify the Local Hoard
    It's a nationwide scourge, and symbolic Or, private property fe that brought, on 'the dish washing problem by not Thurs., Jun. 24 With within ten days of any change J
    corporation such
    of a changing of life. Hut Just form a non-profit ohm n.a. uaina- any divhea: He Is eating Palatka. 7:30: p. m.. at Palat. of address' change in physical l 41
    ,way wan 'done"by businessmen in'araQt& |' ka.
    directly of condition' and occupational
    because have in misery I 1 out can* -and on.
    we company our to' form, a, Central.'Parking PhwawJn} j I) Along--with. other farmers, thing is sure: the table will Mon. June as With Palatka. marital family dependency

    doesn't .rnean we shouldn't 'do the downtown*. A group! ..of old. I)I[ w. roughs a good ftah AaValost axesr featured on the cover" 7:30: p. m., at Palatka mllltnry status or any other ,
    something about it. Other towns and blinding in the Mon. July 5 With State that rhang clas
    facts
    partly untenanted I I i the earworm using airplane.. ft-an' mngaalmi. But might
    cities have and are doing something middle of the town were torn 'down,to1 I dusting tractor spraytng. and h.'a found out that the "lion" Prison' S p. m., at prison. "sification.Nealtgenc, t !

    about their downtown blight problems. establish' a paved lighted, and ffee.t- as a last resort, using hand U not .cleaning the kitchen Thurs. July I -- With Palatks. of registrants In

    We should learfi by their experienceand << hoppers parking lot. And this :bra aer'to apply an oil *muton |- floor and the "dove" U not 7:30: p. m at Palatka keeping. the local' Hoard Informed

    follow their> example. done without cent : loUae aalki .f each htaU. 4oantlM4U..lMa. ao, he ..,* This.... Jul.v. 16 r...> .WUh In writing of charfgr
    Take Athena Ca., for instance."As": one of'rVderl.irtrJ.' j r., sal of corn Hut still ben moved to another! floor. State Pi'Uon. 730! p. m at of address may result In dt>- -Lot Us Pcpa"'ii-Your Beef and
    Federal .
    But on the other hand. worm got In-and w* 'got "the heck with'It &11." .pr'' ?n.Mon.. I llnciuency 'Chsrges when the
    the downtown the
    area Roes, so goes .. July IB With State Pork For Your Freezer.
    -auch'purpoaea available
    funds, for art registrant. \ falls to receive an Deep
    rest of the city tJ'au.4.the health of I I'll''IOn. 6 p.l m. at prison. I ,
    for towns and cities that vvlahto order .to appear for exsmlns -
    the over-all community In related to We Hill and Hulrher There( will l h.
    make use of them. It i" jntereitbiff The Legion District Tournament >lon or Induction, \ when re* l'lrk-iii| a
    the central business district" This will be played during quired and may subject him Smnll Fee for 1'lrk'UIlIutfh.rlnlC r.wn. 1.00: ) per
    to note that bill was pulled at the
    was the pronouncement of the Athens lust nessionof a the State Legislature NEWS And NOTES week of July 20.24. f to a maximum of five years. (Head and Hlilr.. Raged'" :.1r; per Ih.-Cleimed Wel ht.

    Chamber of iPomrnerge! in describing Jr. league RanehallThe Imprisonment or 110,000 fineor For ('hill-cot and \vrupplny 5 !jr per Ih. with pumper.td's .
    the of Starke to
    efforts of community I leaders to remodel authorizing City participate For Today's Homemakers ; game with the both.
    in Federal of thiA '
    : their central business district, program' can Iv-ague Team was Am..rl.1 When writing to the UxalHonrd. Sell Beef and fork for Mom l'reetert
    nature. The bill will become effective out hat week, but
    plagued with ill not unlike those of liT Martha Hue !McCain always refer to .selective -
    if ratified by the voters in any general sure tll..y.,1II bo able toachrdule
    many downtown areas in cities allover be. .service number and classification. (I'hone !Ortl M2H1 I 21H Wnshlnuton, St.
    election held in the some more gam's
    the or special<< Home Demonration l Agent ; .
    country." City of Starke. tween these" loams this summer
    The illness 7 here are Borne of the The rainy weather has
    In order to participate In such 'pro- ,
    symptoms.. : Automobiles h A V e n't handlrapiird; all of our bltllfl. -

    enough room .to park ; business i is moving grams, the city will have 'to revive and follow Instructions. I I I ball for the week
    its "Workable Program" which Wall I TM Wealfcev I IKvvryMia smoh when. Man. I small Fry Baseball.
    to the suburbs, new shopping I+on't you
    centers fire growing and new commercial allowed to lapse several I year ago and I, talks about It smj I[ die iMMllrltlM/ Asl'l* from the All bovs who hv signed
    which i ia a prerequisite to obtaining *! no OIl. does anything about It. fact that .nm* are flamniahls up for small try IlsM-bal. ) I'
    streets are developing away from Federal aid for many type of urban I Rain Rain wi. re"'!ly had I you roiikl carry a p. tlcldst r should (eport on Tuesdsy"

    the original city. Certain sections of renewal and other' similar .program i to watt" king enough for 1land from your hand to your snj Thursdays at 2 p m. at
    the established downtown district: are now we n. d to think of I the Recreation Center fur
    We note that the Gainesville City mouth by cigarette.
    in need of remodeling rejuvenation Commission recently took thi* Important other thing. that might nvedj) !>.. wash yixir hind prarltoit a<> that the season
    or renovation, from the standpoint of should follow attention such a. rhMvls or thoroughly' amt. promptly withsoap ran b* open on schedule. If
    and Starke
    physical attraction and convenience.The step where you have stored your and water.. alter bundling you hate. not slin'd uo as yet.please .

    auit. winter rlothes. You might lam I] a *.t Ir...... I come by t the offlo and
    for Athens? p
    It was remedy to consult prescriowl the doctor-In this Such workable program maT" Include the ......1 light on for several. /' happy Yaflal I IThe do soPlarcrnunrt New car?
    hours or set a small fan on of meat sibling MrhedulaDonna
    provision for: the preventionof amms
    case, the town's only architect.: He wa4asked ,. floor rlrculata the air
    u to
    : Coals Invite to Trawkk At Madison
    : ymi
    the
    of Into of over
    the spread blight areai
    to investigate and come up with ThU will help r..rn>.. the chart- com on the ,run and ...t. I'I I **t. PIsvKroiind on Monday best deal
    solutions. l Diagrams, maps"' and drawings the city which are now free from r.. of mildew and kremlln of I! A* barbecues. become more Wedn'Mlay" Prldsys from :1 I to Your -

    now show the new Athens a blight: the rehabilitation or'conterva-I|I Inverts In these dark d.mp' popular" with U.. coming ..f V30: p m, ,

    l beautiful and exciting pUce with tree-' tion of slums and blighted area .or place summer,, th. out lined shopping streets, plazas! green portion thereof by replanning. removing T.... Ii re.y .............. ..k.. a .keen Intwent In meats i I: Tuesdays. TliurMlsys from :3 I is a hank

    parks, and pedestrian malls. congestion. providing parks, D'm.t overdo It when" It r. m- ruts Names for fnvortts ruhl I I I I to 9..10::' p m Zinnia win, also -

    playground and other public Improvements .a to sunbathing.A of meat vary ami. may Us on- h'lp/ cults .*lmmlni< In the

    One of the study group said : "tt'e by encouraging voluntary' rehabilitation you know a single over. liming, '' i i I ">orrilii. .s. Auto Loan

    are trying! to briny people into the and by compelling the repair .npn.ure for a period. of years Tk Clnl. T.....nii, spd forUrlMMia Margate! Colson'At W.lnCharley -

    center of town ; unfold the city: to and rehabilitation of deteriorated ran ram tri. shin t.t loi.k dry .t_k. com from the

    them as they approach and make it wHnltled. and cnmr-r In tester shot( less Club steak l \Is tflngailsr i .
    structures and the clearance and 're
    visually satisfying.How .. rn ..luip*. smalUr than
    of slums and btifhted
    are such miracles! accomplished development ** A food ,fun tan has little. the T-bnn with; little or no

    ? What method! are uIei! to bring area*. or portion thereof., ...*>.Jtli. .1.! ., so you might .as 'lrn.lrl< in' TIM T-hriiw. Ii tarp

    these wonders about? The possibilities are unlimited. Nowthat well gal. your sun tsa. grs.l- Tt and InvliulMi. sip.. tenderloin t

    Starke has the authority- wRI ually and. In, ramfurt.Mever .
    The architects describe the possibilities. or .
    .rwl a whnt day rprlvrttoMii' (. allghtfy Ulangular
    sp
    Urban renewal, which already han a* soon as the new .bi1j 1 ratifje! 1 I tM kmg In the .
    is taking place just outside the area. by the voterswe should start planning mtaate la long momfH. for the (IIr... ruts: Tb banal. i'orIerh.ar.

    Some cities are doing a tremendous the thing that' might be accomplished : your .rat ..p<.br to thesummer .. or TMw>n. ,wit II the
    amount of civic remodeling and rebuilding by this/ mean Right 'off sun. To pro ..rt t.wt..rIoIlI ,..ffN....! >. I'ail.4. 'You'11 eve .Frandtom, piece of change by (fln.nctng; that new car through u..

    through this. meana. It is hand we think of two -blighted :your skin from too much "1''''w fork,.' "Kansaa City': I And this I le be year for a new car Think 0'' the exciting: vacation opportun.lleand ,

    much easier than formerly because block,*" that would make 'fine' "Cen sue be sure to UM plenty of loin trip.. or toplirin. stsk< E. -and about a tow-coct Auto Loan on the moet convenient termt.iOn
    see u
    pot urban renewal is now possiblerenewing tral Parking Plaza" such a* Sarasota suntan KMion. and cream Ill ft ..*.... com from the -.

    ai little as a single block created to bring new life into Jta ten? t on't b. afraid lo avoid the Mm section Ihst.uppli.e. ) the I with
    money
    I protect
    John.ibout trips your
    tral ainei district. l l.rt', start stay ua If your skin .U ..tr.-*.n- landing or rotted Mh roast car
    rather than vast
    a area. Hive, or If It only. .pl"' '''''' -0.1...".._." ""petI&.r," or "
    The city that wishes to rejuvenate ing. It may t be later than'we think H .Instead of Uns. If the fI&.'," nby' are the ...m... UM-! todeecnb. EXPRESS h

    look suits. you. yet you loo'l >* a .boMMl r.1It a4*.k. { Ihl question 'AMERICAN

    want to pre .p bah or pnnlgw"C. '- In warm ....aChoPt' the demand "I 1 like I the wax my Homenwnerif CHEQUES \\W( "T :.r.1\\

    J just' cover ap Wear slw for alab (.wfea..e. so I'ollcy romMncMthe TRAVELERS ,:

    ..rh IIA t. This year you'll |tees Umter. rule of *heel will I

    .*. thvrn In almost any *tyl. IM tile __ .oiin .fnlral. rhnw need. residence into one r rkaK.".rale". polIcy Prompt ,1..4 II ref er ,t,'''', Sp.ndd' ,,,,,-",,.. CII-only. penny doll.)
    you rhivM*, from floppy. fear III tM _", .-rt_ p
    spPIb4 THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH r i tnln. to colorful. and rarfrr To keep stoabs frnm ........ J at lens ,,(...1. I"*+* the -

    ESTABLISHED 1879 l Or try the sNur of .. ...InI tog to UM park on trw char Charley: K.; John", Agency

    __ "tJ I large bmwh umbrUa. { cool trtlt rub the. r.

    '") osf..Y IM c: K. L MatT*_.. Cerroo a.. /NKNMM Do pro'.vi you lu.pe.- 1 suot. or a,.u,.* it with _ldI i KH'K 1( : IM'II.DIMi) ; I'AI'K.

    y Natty estrannttrve" .areas I oil More rooking tk. ..._.... AI'.K: I'OI.H'V for either FLORIDAAT

    OC' MN 0 Rto..oa'. Oiocar WHKLV Hrw_, f. Puan.iMto CoJTtMUOuaLV bk. .,.etttt. and. lips bout AIfT BATINO! ,owner or I tenant.! at stared'

    170K Uwoc TMB .*.( M.a? .... w..r hair roller. at the .rjsrhor I 2f)'* (Mtlnic In premium?
    ....... ur.ly you Vm't want
    Pv.t.ia' .... EACH TMU..OAV A". Iwrtaico A. coa: .. c....... ....n.. AT To .. fo .look Ilk. s sea ..........,. II I 'NOT?< r Charley E. JohnAgency : AT_STARKE

    .v Oericc AT' ST...&. r"LA. UHOC ACT O* MSKCM. .. IT.. r........ r>. ale ItMit I'

    W. hav JiMt ,......."*.. nwb J..l1. not bot r.. .>n-lbU for ,
    tM THE TRA.DE.AJU.A: ONV YEAR IJiO . SIX MONTHS! 12.tH .<...<4lA. on f...>rt*.. .".I!.W. .I any 4'*U an.4r br anroo ODe of 31 Bank of the Florida National Group

    ot-Tsrr TRADK "'P.r.O 'JII TFVR MOO SIX uo.rnts '2..2SI upixi '....Moot. f<.nurmh.r thryars other than my self James E. "I.I
    131( 1 H. Walnat .
    Member Federal D
    > to to* haikftM with ear. AkrWto. 177 tip IT potut Inaurane Corp.
    I (I'll ON K: ,*-4)201 I
    B* ssir* and read ta.. label. ,
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    : : P\GE FIGHT: BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. gTAHKE. FLORIDA: TllrR DAV.


    F ..Y.YYY.Y.YYYYYYYTYYY ner.! Count, to the County Juiltf of !\OTIH TO IlFFF\I) I Attorney Thomas. ft Pierre, 203 I Deputy Clerk of 8WH Roc 19, T-7-8, n-82-R. Clerk. of Circuit Court of Bradford cation. will .tie furnished to the
    Bradford <:ounty, Florida. at IN Illft IT (Ollir HIIAI1 )- North Temple Ave. Btarke,, (SKAT.) 40 AcreaNam County, Florida Uvnpral. Contractor upon receiptof
    MT. and Mrs. Hall Olisson his. office In the court! house of "> C'OI N'rY FLORIDA. Florida and rite the orfl urinal in S-J4 .t17 ; In which aaHemud. .' Jan ia fl/3 .of Orange'-Park .and-Mr. .and .art county at Htarke, Klnrlrln' *1 'HA>(''''IIIf'. (... No. 11'- the office of the Clerk of the, M. Rogers upon returning to
    : Kingsley Lake within six calendar month from niNlJacuuaUn t'lrcult Court on or before Null,. Of Al.l..llratl<>.j For All of laid property holncr In / U''OIIIi' 1'01'CY ArchltM.-f office, Plan and
    I Mrs. Francis Olisson of Jack .Ul" .uu.,1 UiR..U.l.JIl4blhaUIlIl, ir. i'unturPlaintiff. SSth lax l.irrfHue. the County of Bradford, Stateof ..nn;"....:'C'Y Ol'\'r. Hpecirtitlon,. within five day
    sonvlUe"were ,Sunday ,wu.csfsof of thin nutl-... Ka<'h tlalyi or ,. wise| day the of allocation June. 1965;of .lh.1,, lW.ItI. K. ... Florida. 'III"H' : after. r..<-.lpt of Bid, will b.. refunded -
    detnand shall ho in writing' and vi.Martin. Notice la hereby irlten, that I'nlxnH .....h certificate or Bid will be received until deposit In full. Second
    l\ln. 1.:. M. No.... Mrn d Mrs. Orady >J3lsQop l hall tate th**."plAu of fel L. Hunter, Complaint refilled bv will' be taken 101 r. T. J. Alderman the holder certificate .hall.l Ito redeemedaccording 7:30: p. m June !J. 194K at the set 12V i .OU with $S.00 refundable.
    I
    and family.Mr. dance and post offk'e address. ofuta.cialautat.wwl X>tf<*mlnnt, con, notice you I nf the following certificate "" to law the propertydecrlb Bradford County Fulr A.ao<.I..- Bid ttonil, CertIfied Cheek, or
    ..
    Phone 6884o$1aa.a.u.&A..AAAAAA .And Mrs. Cecil :Whitehead : l .. .hall.be sworn NGTWK TO APPEAR: d'hill each' shall week|ha for puhlluh-fourrnniienittve rilncl mill osrtlfli'iuoH. for a ,.1 .*d in urh, certificate. or .tion Office. fur the, oonvlructlon flank L>raft mad. payable to
    IC were to by tho ,claimant his agent, To: Martin. L. lltiiitwr Addressr'nknown. once I I deed tn ba ieui l ""d thvronn. Tha'certificate certificate* will be old to the .f an Emergency uporatlnir. Bradford County Fair Aamiclatlon -
    and .daughters his| ,attorney, .: and Any uih .ulalmor w'.eke In the numliora and y..1. I I hlRheMt bidder at the tourthoime Center nulldlnir on the .. In the amount of NinetnenPercent .
    a : luests of Mr. and Mrs.. C. ..B.St.dlng .l.nand.. not MO filed chalk b. You are herohy notified thata RRA1)FORD COUNTT- TIJL.KTinted of IwMUanue. the description of door on the fire Monday Ground In Htarke, Florida. 19%! ihall .ba required.
    100ingr void aRANT. the property. and the name In In month of July, 1965, which lethe Plan Procurement aa : No Bidder; may withdraw his
    .Jacksonville .sun- null for Divorce .lag: linen fll- .
    .
    I thla 19th day of :May. Thirty l>", .
    within
    JI.Cb.rt.F.. CIOo".r".Ulft which it was axHuaMid are 6th day of July.lilOV ImpoKlt checka made bid
    Church NewSunday day afternoon A* neoutor of the: last. Will .d avalnct youn. the. above "85. I followa: a.// Dated tliin nth day of May to Iron K. Morgan, ..1'// The Ownor re.,rve. the right
    named Court and and
    9:45 m. tun. you CHAKT.ini A. D/RBYCliTk *. '., waive Informalities or
    School : a. Rex Brown .of ,MIami II And .T".lamcnt of Hattie Certificate: No. loit. Year I Utln I O. Rug 207 urang to any
    .
    I nre required to **rv* a copy blda.t10 .
    all
    J..n..1 of i the cirnill C".rl.Dy FloridaLine to reject any or
    ?riS Morning: Worship 11:00: a. m. 11.8IIotd of lMuanoe 1900.Dowrlptlon( (UK!:AD) .
    through answer pleidlna to
    spending Thursday your or ; I 3
    tZ4
    41 riouhih M : : h arlu* Darby, set of plane and
    Co Training Union 6:45: p. m. I Monday with >Ir. and Mrs. Jt/t 8/21i the complaint on the. Plaintiff1 Mondyy j of Property: $Ei: !.. AN r

    Sc) Evening Worship 8:00: p. m. O. W. Brown. .
    -- -
    mC ]Alidwprlc Prayer Service Wed- Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy,.Brad -

    Ml nesday. 7:30: p. m.-Rev. B. T. ley and daughters of Jacksonville -

    as' Pl" .vy, pastor. "Come, let us spent Sunday afternoon

    or worship together." with Mrs. J. M. Bradley, ..

    .... we will have a special serv- Mr.' and Mrs. E. M. Norton ...
    I Ice Sunday morning duringthe and family .were Saturday .. .

    worship hour honoring supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. 00, :
    r the fathew of the church.Sp Frank Johnson and eons ,of \ .,
    1''noRII.Is l lMr Keystone.Heights.. ,," ./. ,, i \.1"--,,','''' .'. .

    and Mrs.\ O. W. Brown Mr. and Mrs: Gerald Qrlffls ". '

    had all weekend guests Mi's. and sons were Saturday .sup 'ifs : '
    Ann Peeler and children -
    Margaret per guests of Mr. :and ..Mrs.C. .
    Maureen and Steve, and W. Richie 'of Starke. The '
    - Joe Overbr all of Mandarin supper was In honor of Mrs. DON'T

    Bandy Miller in spending: a Orlffls's, birthday ..

    few days In Pitlatka with Mr. Miss Martell Johns and.Wls
    and "Mrs' E. J. Hickey. Marian \ need them
    Miis Jonnn .Scott and littlri spent Wednesday Faullc of Jacksonville through THROW. AWAY. you'll to clip lucky slips

    .1 ::9 i Liz spent a few days1.1Sb Friday with Mr. and Mis.

    ) week In Fernandlnr Maw. Carter, Sr. THOSE from weekly FOOD FAIR ads, because J
    ( Brach. vlsillnT Johnny ant? Little Patiice Thompson of

    their graufinother.. Mrs. Cora St. Oeoige, Oa Is spending .

    Whmni. I several days -with Mr. and SCISSORS! 3 ,,
    Mr and :Mrs! Willie Grlgan :Mrs.! Robert A. Chcsser and t

    had as weekend guests Mr hildcen.Mrs.!: l \ MM
    and Mrs. Seb! Orisn J of Ponce I Jimmy Smith and chllIren :'\ R-ft

    ic Leon and Doc Orlirga and -Hampton were guests r p v DON ((11)5r )
    son of Jacksonville :
    3utu:' Mrs. Volley Starling had n* .. emt'h.Mi ] .

    truest last Thursday Mil \ 3. Charity Olisson of Mc- :

    Johnny Simpson .of Jackson !Wit is f 'iidiuj; several days JQauu.s.t

    ville. u guest of her two. daughters.
    Mrs. Chester Wood vlslte//!<' .fr.. Orally Bishop and ,Irs. \ r

    Rev. August Kroeber las' Bluest Hairls.M.s I

    Thursday at the Penney : : O. W. Brown will spend I V
    Farms Memorial Clinic. Thursday tluough Sunday at I
    Friends wUl be sorry to hear the Diplomat Hotel In Hollywood '

    I ill.that Rev. Kroeber is seriously attending a Florida I I : BI N G

    State B. P. W. Convention. FOOD
    Mrs. Elma Riggs visited Mrs. Mrs Jewell Faulk.of Jacksonville I

    MazPlle Du Bose last Wednes- and Mr. and Mrs. %
    Jacksonville. Mrs. Du II
    day in Morris Carter and son of s mBACK ;",1"
    Hose is now out of the hoes
    Hellbronn Springs were guests .'.
    pital and convalescing' at the :of: Mr. and Mrs. Maxi: Carter. FAIR
    !home of a friend In River Sr. last Sunday.We .

    ; side.Vernon were sorry to hear about I "
    Conner who Is employed the
    accidental death of
    St. Paper Co t >
    Regis
    by the little niece of Mrs. Buddy k
    for the summer In Jacksonville !
    Smith. I
    spent! the weekend wit)]
    \ 1
    'Mr. and Mrs. C. E. llend- ,err V i.: '
    Ills parents, Mr. and Mrs. F
    tricks of North Carolina .spent j
    O Conner,
    :Tuesday to Saturday as guestsof
    Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kauff-
    Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Strlck-
    man and children and Mr
    'and
    and family.
    and Mrs. A. C. Dcltz and children
    James Fuqua of Gainesville r -aYud **- .
    visited Mr. and Mrr .
    .
    spent the weekend with his "
    James Caudell: at the Stat
    parent Mr. and Mrs. John
    Farm Saturday evening: ," ..

    Mrs. NHma Keen, Mlase t Fuqua. .. .
    .
    -- "- :& .
    M? and Mrs. Frank Johnson '
    Carolyn Keen and Sheila McConnell .. "nd sons of Keystone Heights LIKED IT! YOU ASKED FOR MORE! SO HERF Q.ULA R DEIW 'n '. "
    spent Sunday at 601'Jiead "
    Branch State Park a 1 I "ere Sunday dinner guests of IT I IS! 8 BRAND NEW GAMES ALL NEW SLIPS .
    fro and Mrs. E. M. Norton
    puoetg of Mr and Mrs. A. ''L
    Jlampey and family of ElsthMr. I 'ml family. ANOTHER'$45,000 IN CASH PRIZES! '' F f
    Please call
    and give me the
    end Mrs. O. D. Morar V "
    lews anytime! during the week Your to first Bonus Bingo has been P { S
    and son of New York City response our game so
    Ince x have to get it in the \
    with arrived Mrs.Wednesday Louise Moore.for a visit Mr Monday mall. I' overwhelmingly enthusiastic that we now present, by popular t -. .

    Moran left Thursday but hi' demand, Bonus Bingo Series #2.. $ t

    family and.a half.months.will be staying for two JM TUK C'OI"Tt': "I''fal' This new series features 8 brand new games with all new \i 4 '

    C. E. Orlggs and two daughters r'01 II'T IM AMI FOR II HA IIKOIIII prize slips, all new books and all new cash prizes. Please ', PRE
    ( '. _
    'Ill :\I'r% "1.OHln I /
    of Oklahoma City spent ipiionti>: NO. note that slips issued during our first Bonus Bingo game t 9.
    Friday through Monday as In the Matter of the Kitit
    guests of Mr. and Mrs. While *-lo.nl.of V. (the ,green and white slips) will not be valid for use in B GAMES

    Orlggs and family Miss Linda Hyatt l'u"ot, Series #2. These old slips may be destroyed after June OFa 'f iJ' r
    arlggs! returned with them to KIN...LIo'rIC': KNOTICW ': '
    Oklahoma City where she will 1 IM MKIIKIIY. : : OIVFN 26, 1965. Only the new Red and White slips will be eligi \ (,.'t
    that the undiirl, .nrd, on the
    '
    ble
    vacationfor a month. i'Oth day of May lass, filed a to play Series #2. .
    Mrs. Elms Rlggs and Mrs. final, accounting of the adnilnUtrullon '
    of thn tBln: of Klo The starts and first bonus \ ,
    Miry: Shlpman had as Sunday elm l \'. Hyatt no..uod. and notlo -. new game today your sliPS. "
    dinner guests Mr and Mrs., .. I I. further nlvrn that ,flfr' are at the bottom of.this page. Pick up an additional a \. !?*:
    E J. Hickey of Palatka and publication, of Ihle notice. OIIPI- I }t.
    each wuok for five ronxrciitUrweek bonus slip each time you're in Food Fair. /'
    !Mrs. Hattie Thomas of Mldle- 1 *, aitpllcatlon wilt ho mad.. iir(

    buitr.Mis. to the tlonorahln Th.ron II .' If ." .,, ,
    Margaret Ann Pel'll"rand Yawn. Jr., County Judge 9t
    children Bradford. Coiintr. Florida, for 't' '4JJt10 *,
    and Miss FayeOverbv.
    approval of saId
    aonountlnif ,..-:; if I r:
    all of Mandarin, ar- and for final dlinharjra of til' i v > >v i |
    lived Wednesday for t"owel'ks under lntnd a. Admin. Ml rator : : ( ,
    a. : 01 old 1 Kntate, ?P
    visit with Mr. and Mrs 'IKMI. PA.NK UllKT ? .- ,f K
    O. W Brown. ('O\rp \:\//1' OP .lArKftOV
    Mr. and Mrs. Delano Thomas \II.I.E. AdmlnlatrHtorof w ; j
    ..
    .
    tha Rmat' of FloMl" ,
    Fri I.J
    and children had as Sunday V, >ly"tt, I'"c'pand. "JII'.
    afternoon guests Mr. and 1966..Flrt publlHhed on': May 871 h I THESE FOOD FAIR SHOPPERS (AND THOUSANDS MORE) : '

    Mrs. iL. O. Johns and daughter 8-27 &t tt-t4 WERE WINNERS IN THE FIRST SERIES OF GAMES: 1 .r'' q. _
    of Jacksonville.

    Airman 2nd Class Harley $1000 WINNERS ,
    Ta. ru.r. Of 'the ( ...al. .
    of John T. Morns 322,. Plymouth Sr. JacktonvilUJaduonvilU ,
    Hartley Elgin Air Force J <* Hrarlfnrd C uat>. .'4nr.Ma. .
    Base visited his wife and II nand In Pr..h.I.. Mn. Corinn Menu 909, W..tgat Dr.
    In rat: n.tat. of Ilrttl
    Jon" '"
    Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Smitjb Deceased. $500 WINNERS I '
    over the weekend.' To All Oredltor And Pitrftnn Mra. H. R. Bnic. Pobta .rlll..arlt JacliMirvni tech'
    Mr. and MVs. Robert AChcsscr Having Claim fI ir O"an.l., l A. Mrs. R. H. .nMtta 1518 Willowbranth Jockl..m. Up" '

    and children spent tht gainer You and Said f:'t..I..*A-h: of you are Mrs.WINNERSFlank 3 $XeWUIiom. Sr. St. Aujurtln

    weekend as IfUHta t of Mr. and hereby nutlflrd. and required tnpromt $1 / WIN I 1000
    .
    Mrs. Vase Yeomans W St.I whloh you any or'rUIro..It h..,.or of demand you may Mn. CVMYWI Ai4CIa2Jonl I/ 5249 Shannon Art Jacksonville
    I Oeorge! Oa. have ..aln>t the .ntat .. of tint-! Mn. Frto .....&,.... 703 Court "0" Jacksonville TO
    Mr. and Mrs. Maxie Cartel I tie ,Juno*. aM-en*<>d. late ,o(,j,,ld i i Mrt. I.Wait 6847 So. Sebastian Jec"Oft.III. I
    ,
    Sr had as guests last FridayMr. M,. J. A. .<..ce MimI Skanl Mary S.ff.tder A. D. Klrb* II .
    and Mrs. w. R. Mathis I I Ii ,1/ Gloria Walntfaub: | Don Mitchell ,,W. M. *- .

    of Oaln.aavUl i HWWH.lt. MilaVaJ Clark Willi OVER $45 000 IN CASH OR MILLIONS

    Mr. and Mrs. .). r.,. J3rsdley< I II >ISO WINNERS' t.t"? I ..,.
    and family spent Sunday af-'I RISTSIC.rrylaa I Mra A. M.rte. 3S1 Mofanxat Way \...- lacgsonrlna t OF MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS

    ternoon- Jacksonville Beach ,,, ."" ::41'': I IV i Mrt. W. T. |I 2845 J.duolIlIIo
    as guests" of Mr\ and Mrs. VII U..It.' Mrt M.g"ia P.rklns Jun.f( .. f. E. S.Ibyr.aW A. Jones -,

    .Mrs.Applebv and family. I "" Vol.D4aM......., .And Thousands of ether" w 1._rt too numtrowt. to list .- $1000 GAME -WIN $1000 IH CASH OR 500,000 STAMPS
    Qlorla Meek >nd '
    children of Belmore visited! i ir $500 GAME WIN $$00 IN CASH a OR 250,000 STAMPS
    ,
    Mr and Mrs. Orady BUhop $100 GAME WIN $100 IN CASH. OR 50.000 STAMPS

    and Mr children and Mrs.least F.SnturOay O. Conner .a- \ $50 GAME WIN $50 IN CASH OR 25,000.STAMPS

    were ruled .to Folkatoq..aa: a ------.- ------ $20GAME-WIN $20INCASH..OR 10OOOSTAMPS

    last Friday because of the illness Clip These Slips I 1 I ,I $10 GAME WIN $10 IN CASH... OR 5.000 STAMPS
    of Mr. -Conner's sister 'I DO ti3 BON'O'
    Mrs. Cora Bell Dixon to' \ hi' win. DX1VQ.C I I > XN'GC> I $S GAME WIN $S IN CASH. OR 2.500 STAMPS

    Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Harris I P111ZE SLIP Rsa ", p. :91 GAME-WIN $1 1 IN CASH. OR 500 STAMPS
    and daughter of Platte I I I

    mouth. $elr. *prntTbursday. Phone I L I WIN YOUR SHARE OF CASH AND STAMP PRIZES
    I
    throufth Saturday with Mr.

    d.a.wdtt.er.and Mrs.; QcU.wtdtebead an4 964-3965 y I I i 1i


    Mr. said ,Mrs. J.. M. Warren I I I -
    rIoH.iiii.
    of' Jaelcaonvllle spent Saturday l ,

    fftftaooa with: Mr// ,tAd "edCentre' "
    Mrs. J. L. Bradley.Mrs. .j

    W. R Oliver" of Jacksonville iLJl eoL

    jcpent the weekend 1 1i
    with Mr and Mrs.' F. O. Con b CHEMICAL CO.
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    .. BLUE RIBBON QUALITY Tft.'TTTTTirrT'rrBROOKER( { .:


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    I By B.Ay Fareo ...4IIAAUAAA
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    Bridal Shower .,.
    MEANS U.S.D.A. CHOICE former Carolyn ,& ode, WM
    r. let4ld with a tortdal.tMwcr At
    U CHOICE t i the Brooker!! Community Center -
    on Tu. dny. June 8. Most -
    h LOOK FOR THE LABEL wiea for the !evenlnic! ..irereMm.
    I
    \ Lucille Oren Mrs.. Lucille -
    II FOOD FAIR THAT MEANS
    CHOICE Edwards, \\MI'.. AtaTtfioLrwU.
    gzjt .> QUALITY ON YOUR TABLE Mra. Louln Wood.
    Mi* Bunice Parrlsli. Mr\ .
    f +. 1: Theo Dyal Mrs. Ines Green
    .r-------------------- and Mrs. Mildred Harrfll. The
    ,
    ,\ I It Kuocta enjoyed a tit together,
    w, i BLUE RIBBON BEEP IS GRADED FOR QUALITY I' playlrw runes and having refrdhmente. -
    .
    Mrs. Bndlcott r It-
    'y BY THE ONE IMPARTIAL JUDGE....... t C'f'1Y"d. lovely and uwful NUte.8urprlae .

    i THE U.S. GOVERNMENT! I Blrthduy"
    .
    What WM to have born a.
    xONLY
    > I.
    surprise\ R"t together to oeJc-
    p l I 22% OF ALL THE BEEF PRODUCED IN AMERICA J' a birthday turned!( Into
    1 #. I MAKES THE U.S.D.A. CHOICE; GRADE. ONLY 1 i I a moat rnJoyBOle evening JaiitWtxtnmday
    RIBBON CATTLE COME UP TO THE ,STRICT QUALITY STANDARDS I r Mr. Ken!! RUM
    was to haw a surprta party)
    I Yi f 4 a Of THE GOVERNMENTS EXPERT MEAT GRADERS. I but was le In on the ,ancret
    a ..j' i HOT AU. STORES SELL U.S.D.A. GRADED !BEEF! II I too soon. Wishing him a happy -
    F Sw1' t SHOP AT FOOD FAIR WHERE THE BLUE RIBBON I ILABEL.ON birthday wore his pnrrnts.
    u. ;
    Mr. and Mi's. Einr Rum' of
    I THE PACKAGE IS YOUR GUARANTEE OF }
    ?,qtr r I | Brooker, Mr. and Mrs. Bobby
    ti y+11ta I U.S. ,CH.OIC.E QUALITY. YOU MUST BE COMPLETELY Walker of Alachua Mr. and
    I ,
    SATISFIED OR DOUBLE XQU.R MONEY SKI I Mrs. Oonny Dnkrs and chnrtrcn. -
    ;; I !' and yours truly. Maybe
    L__________________ I next tIme'l lI
    I rarrbh-Ittnwdy. .
    ;
    | Mt/wi. Drlorl t'lIrI'lI'1ao<1
    US.D.A. CHOICE BLUE RIBBON( QUALITY .n. 1I James Dr...dy wore rotted' In

    -----------.---- I I U.S.D.A.| CHUCK STEAK :! S 9 warrUut Juiw 10.* her Tliurmliiy! birthday! ,nltrht The

    : CHOKE .. ,..... I vury lmpl'+ but tmprsalvece
    BETTY CROCKER ASST19ot r ,, ).moivy waa performed< at
    U.S.D.A. CHOICE BLUE RIBBON QUALITY lAKMn DuptUt Church with

    I 1'2, I .: BRING YOUR I U.S.D.A.I .otllclutliur.the NU' OI'. Rev The Lacy biklei Conway wilt

    CAKE RIB STEAK .99 irlv$ -n in nmiTlutre. by tier U!lath.
    I >> ,111 ,?J COUPONS HERE! CHOICE ...........:......,..,!,.. u. Lc' farrlah. Mrs.Ooss RAY
    I .'S 1II curved: 4 us. Matlun off
    U.S.D.A. CHOICE BLUE RIBBON QUALITY I Honor, ttont man..*. Uie
    QS.D.A. Brother' of the groom Tcwnmy
    MIXES -ZZDEODORANT: SOAP iATH BARS CHOICI Charcoal Steak L ; $ 119 I Drawdy, Tl>* brlde'a Junior at.
    \ >
    I \g*?* PALMOLIVE GOLD245* ,, w< n.ll...... I I I 11.tendaut...... Riotl was bearer Mlaa was Uivndi the

    BONELESS U.S.D.A. CHOICE,gUE) RIBBON- -QUALITY- I brothnr ot the bride. IloblnPurrUli.
    r I A reception wus. held
    00 .. LIQ ID'OItOI1HU.UItCr U.S.D.A.1 1 $ 1 \ hnmC'dlat.ly alter the wrddlitu -

    I ROSE LOTION VEL___.........35* CHOICE SHL'DR STEAK !,' at the church. The you u*
    3 PKGS 1 '} ... ........;....... .- couple are llvlnu In 11rts.kerwhere
    Mr. Urawdy to asla-
    FOR I ILicNFACNErs.REGsize U.S.D.A. CHOICE B BLUE RIBBON "IlUALITYU.S.D.A. *" led with Mt-Davk1 Karma.
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    .
    ri>r*<>i>*l*
    ACTION BIEACH ,.,. .__39* CHOICE POT RGAS"lit 7 9 1 Mr. and Mr*. Joh-iUlorrt
    ?- .
    _______
    ____ ---.1 ...... I HUM of Bell' were Sunday
    ;.;..c.. vUltors of their son and family
    BLUE'RIBBoVl Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Uass..
    CHECK ,YOUR SWEEPSTAKES U.S.D.A. CHOICE I! QUALITY
    .
    : A on CA.GRADE A FRESH U.f.D.A. John keen of Perry ha

    RYER QTR..MMUU; _. C -: ...33C NUMBERS HEREI! ellolu r.tW'1\1'd home after having.. .
    1 -- RI B ROAST 89 < iprnl two weeks. here with his
    (UN NEATY' '" ......,..r...,......16,........ n Jlllrel"" Mr., and Mrs. A. U
    RESH PORK STEAKS 0.....,". ... was reco..rlnll'. <
    ....___.", .59'u.s.D.A. U.S.D.A CHOICE BLUE RIBBofc' QUALITY BONELESS'CHUCK front a lecent opvratlon. at

    ROUND CAM FRESH BEEF_3k$p' tNOIhI BEEF ROAST 39| < AUchua Visitors: Oeneral.of Mrs. PV JE: Mar

    *'''AtUUS" .............-..!I6........ key .and Mr Mr.and Mrs.Amanda J. M.Lewiswere Mar-+1

    OTTAGE CHEESEs :.... ..23c key and Mr and Mrs Joe
    SCAR: MAYER U.S.D.A.( U.S.D..4. CHOICE BLUE RIBBON QUALITY BONELESS ENGLISH CUT Voll..nweldnr add. chlkUnri of

    LL MEAT FRANKS................ ... ..,....69 / E CHOICE BE E F ROAST: &J99* Wayeroua We're, t mrry}'orEla tn, report that
    LADY TO COOK PEELED AND ............... MUs Allren Orcvn daughter
    of Mr aitd Mrs Iloy Qreen.Is .
    EVEINED SHRIMP < 'I" --a------e.r- .
    _s" a patient| at AIaehuaO, n

    ifTi1I11 Mt1t 11 ernl.Mr and Mrs. N. U WOMersofffcttl
    City vUKed their 11Urk'f',
    \
    ." n..tty Itabt/n. and u.hter.
    rKCR CXTMAMERCHANTS .. I Mellow and Mr ..d Mrs.j .
    E r S : GREEN ST7.MPSWlfM : ., T U.*. on $..tllnt...., and

    net COUON AND fVKM'I M Of g HunrUrMr
    / / / 1 A.., For. RIS. IN'LEtS.. C3; IUCKOH and Mm Lamar Halt
    = w, *.r.I<ou\ of Mr and Mrs.
    SNLtfi ENGLISH Cinr I
    i BEEF ROAST | IVI......rd Endloutt on Tnn-nduy
    : 20tv .
    p and Mrs. Hall attrndvit the
    I ... .
    JI IN -on to IM in a.ov un. WIIM inut t A F..IN..a.._"a1a/ 6..2J..65---. --- iMklal dower' fur Mrs. Kndlcott -
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    t {( llnrent I\I.-ta. of Mt*. Pearl I IMull..n..t
    FRESH FIRM RIP r Mr*. Amanitaf.ewIs
    TOMATOES -n.2ctNl 29? \ wre, Mr and! Mr..
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    f __ : M.r"ton J'Nll+ln anol ..r,. and
    talsr cRE1N.. Mrs, IWihhy Urnnnan

    CU CUM BERS....__..! _;._5
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    : :.f Southland ------.::;.:;\ TOMATOESU.KINS4M CEORWA. RED u..cAN, 10 4 : GUARANTEED flESH BYLadjj ) AH P")Woe Rr.UII."O. e1Na.yNR. (Kmr: nlM_<*
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    II --- POLY BAG I ,V. O.tt. Fte I FairDEEP 1 *". "'....... $..e-II.t

    i I i < VEGETABLE SALEI I' STAINLESS BLADES ._.r._... saeM I rI AUTO SERVICE _

    I CUT GREEN BEANS: POLE I! *., I AID RICH FLAKYPEACH I Gilbert S. Brown

    SAVE Shop Food Fair for all I: I lllIUItIaN Oil $.nil.... .......
    : p PIE
    'I BEANS OR ::Gc NA I ATLA1

    I 2V I 'I" your Fathers Day needs! I I II n.IFATrJ: Ilr:.
    .
    WHOLE OKRA :,ge u..et T.Jw.4 .l'9tee.
    I !I'' ciLLsrrr' : I a"SIZE 1 'I\oJIIII Id1, +r FT1to'
    I I 1 N. T_ ... 1tWtrn
    I t.m CANS eFROZEM.REC S.FU FOAMY SHAVE BOMB.,!IE: ... B3 REGULAR 3. "

    I HAWAIIAN PU N(H6 f$1 I I tf Df LUXE FROZEN CRINKLE CUT i ( I 47, I HURST'S

    !._______________ FRENCH fRIES.___.,.-., -10 L I L ____ ______ I Service. .Station
    Ga. tnl. IA e.f asSJOseIIU
    PRICES GOOD JUNE 17TH THRU THE, WIIDO tV QUANTITY RIGHTS IUUYLD'iI ; ... LU'$ .4.. _
    .-.-.-- .. .- ........ .......... a-.r,..f Tlrw *. -Uu..

    !1 : [. -.Jiiii= tai: i jlfii! iIf! t1G 1E 71 E:1ii. : Iwt I .]iH I" *zJjj SHEET: HOAX SIETAI."lrKV'ICII WORK

    j IRtt. RZTRA, ___ 11 .IRE[ RTetA -_- : .."C.C.T"", : : IR=t ta1RA, _.' : j '"C..T''''' j j .*rie,,, '_ / :j rneeBurn* NaUR- -- -' Thompson Sheet

    : MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS I 2'I MERCHANTS GREEN. STAMPS : : MIKCBAMTS.GREEn STAMPS I : rl1UOUJfTS GIUN STAMPS "' I MERCHANTS 'IUM. STAMPS : I MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS.., I jj: MERCHANTS--.GREEN.--STAMPS---- :
    S -------- order. rtu.-- t w. Iw tr.-t" r.--- -rr wr- rrw/ww.r-- ; Metal Works
    : LSg RING size .S .52 ..-JOwwtOM LEAK : I. co: LADY:>> PAIR. COF|. : I e ro: .'V.UIITf"'S. &UCWI.J.IZO J ,o..atuwrU."ovsr 't 1 5k 5 JULOot'vu''ur' :! 8B SIS' L. .. IILI' : : All 'frpel Metal Work
    . V.'J.1 i SCOREHAJRDRESSIHC: 2 R R V FLOORWU i i eo DONUT TIDBITS : i asoSALAD:: 4:: o COFFEE :nQ'OCHEUES"RUD;! I I D..sHRIMP. : \ "MATE"; .

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    't Charles Harvey U.5.D.jtCHOICE BEEF

    f1 I Pastor First Baptist Church I
    !Ii: !
    l' I.awtey, Fla. I Ifi il I a
    as; U. S. CHOICE WD BRAND
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    (" We read In the Bible the ( by his actions the things he y=,..e STEAKS & ROAST Chuck Roast LB.49jz//

    C words of Jesus Christ the S.iS loves m |
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    ; U. S. CHOICE W-D BRAND ROUND BONE ,
    before He instituted o!: tlo: Ilii'' ;
    home
    vlour of the world, "It is long (1 '
    :n Written My House Shall Bee I the church yea, thousand:: iiiililili! : F I Sh Id er Roast' 69?
    Called. the' House of J>1'ayer." of years before. I OOp S70w 5 QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED-PRICES GOOD THRU JUNE 19TH
    | illl;IIIItfO: :
    a Matt. 21:13.: The precious Serene but inspiring; Is the '! ::: ::::!:::: : ::: ::: _?_ WINM-DIXIK' .TO".., INC._CCPY".NT-t.' .. l l/ U. S. CHOICE W-D BRAND
    from Isaiah 56:7: There and Borrows together; Th. more ptact /le poor/ good thing to pall Pot Roast. LB 59;
    -
    Is a gross misconception of! whose personalities are all U. S. CHOICE W-D BRAND
    this teaching by the precious melted down by Urvine grace,
    Son of God, for God desires uniting that home In Love. Chuck Steak L8.t.i9F
    S every home to honor Him. He i America, In which 93 per cent s COLONIAL BRAND FROZEN HEAVY
    truly wants your home a.ndI of nil gospel preaching of the I a I U. S. CHOICE W-D BRAND E-Z CARVE
    mine to be a "house of prayer I entire world la In 0111 land l and
    ," every Christian home the sad fact is we represent Rib Roast..L6.98/

    should In reality be Heaven only seven per cent of the 25 SAVINGS STAM.PS FREE U. S. CHOICE BEEF /
    . begun on earth. Our homes I world's population. With all
    (-nn 'become Just that, if they tho so-called professions of PALMETTO FARMS GELATIN Cut Hens i-DRib' 39U
    will become the abode of Faith In Christ. I ask in all Fruit Salad 390 up / "

    warm and loving hearts in I sincerity of heart, if these READY-TO-SERVE GLASSES SHRIMP S. CHOICE W-D BRAND
    which Christ la allowed to professions were truly genuine,
    dwell, yet He abides only in I I truly born again experiencesof Cocktail; 3/790 Delmonico Steak LB179REG. :

    hearts that are open to receive Faith In Christ, then Is it 49\1\ 12-oz. PKG. Reg. 39c U. S. CHOICE W-D BRANDSirloin
    Him and this requires not true that with all the resources COPELAND OR TARNOW
    that we let Hun becomeour at our fingertips today 09 I'
    Wieners 45ft. LB. Steak LB. $1 '
    Supreme lover. that. the professing Christians .
    Our Love for Him must fUI'lupel'rl'de in America could evangelize PILLSBURY OR BALLARD CANNED U. S. CHOICE W-D BRANDTBone
    / love for all else, for tho entire world with the Gospel 4 '
    Biscuits
    I the Klr.it Commandment said of Christ? And the answer CANS 390 Steak LB. 6119REG.
    shall love the I.H ultimately Yes! PERCH C
    Christ is "Thou 59, LB. FRIED
    U. S. CHOICE W-D BRAND FULL
    CUT BONELESS
    \ ...
    A little visited neigh
    Lord thy God with all thy girl
    borhood home In which family Fillets .... 39ft
    heart, with all thy mind, and : Round Steak 98I I
    with all thy Boul. Does He prayer, was held at a certain REG. 796. 1 1V6-lb. BOX> PRIED "
    truly control our HEARTS? I lime and l when asked by the Fish Sticks

    Does He have' preeminenceover mother. Mary, don't you pray 590 -"se---- ..--.E' '.
    ,
    our thoughts? If He controls at your house?" the little girl REG. 9B\( 2-LB. BOX FRIED! .d..J...... .... .. :

    I heart, and mind, then replied, "No, mam, you see Fish Cakes 590
    men speak out for Him, for It Christ doesn't live in our .,.. .
    is a natural proven instinct of house. A home where Christ 1rtr ALL FLAVORS
    I man that he talks of the truly is allowed to dwell will FROZENf
    shows forth 'in every InstanceLAWTEY Christ Is the Answer!


    ...... ............ guests of his. brother, Burney I k.t9sLGss.t1w ,
    Dobbs, and family in Jackson- PIF5
    ville Sunday. ( rpam

    Friends: regret to learn of REGULAR 69* 1 %
    the wieck of the Dc-nvllle

    By Enza Blanchard, Crews and family in which the
    daughter Amy was killed and BUFFERIN60ct.

    ...................... Mrs. Crews in a strlous condition -
    Bridal !ShowerOn in Gainesville University LB. s
    Friday, June 11, Miss Medical Center.Mr. .
    Sue Brice bride-elect of July and Mrs. W. R. Crewsof 5 9 J
    16, wns honored with a miscellaneous Arkadclphla. Ark. are EOT. "oJ 4 FAMILY

    shower at the homeof spt'ndlnsome/ time with her Reg $1. 19
    Mrs. Jewel Redding with parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. SIZE
    .. .. .. .. .. : .
    .
    Mrs. Louise Rosier and 'Mrs.'Shyrel Orenn., -- .....
    Crawford as co-hos- Miss Donna Sue Nettles of Head & Shoulders 100 xTRA.sT M.ps.wii; COUPON No. 76 BELOW :i _
    tesses. Seasonal flowers dec
    Orlando is visiting her grandparents -
    orated the rooms. 'rwo games Mr and Mrs Ed
    were played and prizes awarded May, for a few days SHAMPOO \. I Turkey! R astu1. PKG.S2"1 FINELINE FROZEN SPEARS ((9-oz. .PKGS.1.)
    to Mrs. Oral Mosley, and Visitors 'of Mr and Mrs. L. ;
    Miss Brice Mrs. Arthur Redding R. Oreen, during the. week<
    J!', received the door were Mrs. Shirley Riley and I r REGULAR S 9* E---: PLUS 50 REFUND DETAILS ON -KG. : Asparagus 3/51./

    prize. children, and her mother Mrs I 89* SIZE j : ..............................._...............: .
    The honoree received Maudle Smith of ,
    many Tampa and ,,
    lovely .. ........ _
    gifts. Delicious refreshments Mrs. Green's/ sister Mrs Clara .
    -- .
    were served to about Olsen of Jacksonville. I{ d __ .:- "r 'Tr i F I Il 1'
    35 guests Those visiting Mr and Mrs.
    Mr. and Mrs. Pearly Phillipsof T. L. Wainwright dlll'lnthe/ l EXTRA. ..
    Waynesvllle, N. C. are week were Mr. and Mrs Dan .cI W l>IN GREEN liw'! unM" N STAMPS rVMlkM** rtEG. 17No.. JOJ CAN Dt. MONTE FRUIT + r
    upending two weeks In their Wainwright TWO ....0.. HK1MO'
    of Pittsburgh/: Pa. ... .
    home and will be pleased to for saveral days Mr. and Mrs 4 i g5RPso."l' Cocktail I 4/1./ ;
    have their friends call while N. D. WainwrNht i of Holly. ,
    "
    I, #71 REG. 2/35 303 CAN THRIFTY MAID APPLI
    they are here.Mr. wood were Saturday dinner a.'.YWO" mrt

    and Mrs. Fred:) Ruls of guests, Mr. and Mrs Louie Sauce 81./ f
    plant City were visiting their Wainwright of Tallahassee .
    aunt Mrs V. R. Reddish, spent Sunday and on MondayMr. l XTiIIZA f REG. 10* 8'ox. STOKELY TOMATO i
    .cI'Ji...GREEN. STAMPS.. .
    Sunday WalnwrlRhfs nloce. Mrs .. .
    James Anders and family C. C. HiKglubotham, of Ocala TWO OOLO; PKO KINO' ;: Sauce 12// T.REG. I
    have returned to their homein called | Hush
    Puppies 2/33 No 303 CAN THRIFTY MAID CS or WK T Georgia Red
    Arizona after spending( two Sunday guests of Mr and OOOD THRU JUNK 1BTMON J' l
    weeks with his parents, Mr. Mrs H. L. Turner were Mr '.YWO.."'''' errs Corn 8/1./ I
    and Mrs. O. J, Anders. Turner's brother. H O. Turner .

    Mrs.' F. R Carradlne, accompanied of Jasper. Ex.-RA.: DId Darling Long Grain REG. 49* 46-os. THRIFTY MAID ORANGE PEACHES ;
    by her mother of Don Lee was visiting his .
    Lake Butler, Is visiting relatives cousin of Denver. Colo., who .cI IMGREEN STAMPS FANCY RICE Juice 2/69y/ I 4 ; ;I
    In Sanford. 1 I. spending his spring PI* .
    Mr. and Mrs Raymond with relatives at Jacksonville VIl'a.lien JX cHPirr" :forR o P'ie DK< Reg. .5" 3-lb. Pkg. REG. 15* No. 300 CAN VAN CAMP PORK & .

    Bryan Patty and Carl at pln- Beach, for a few days .OOO THRU JUMK 1* M'sL
    ,_ ;TMT' Beans 8/1./ + '
    byre who is a weekend Ruist. last week '.YWO" "'''' . Lbs I
    "P<'"' "Sunday at O'Leno State Rev. Charles tl
    Park Harvey and 39 d REG. 491 24-oz. VAN CAMP'S I
    Airs
    Harvey Mrs Joyce
    W"r-k"nd" vM'nri' of Mrs. Futrh. Miss Elizabeth. Terry, l GREEN STAMPSIEXTa1'A Beef Stew 39x 1d'N I
    Nellie .... ..
    Wilkinson .
    and Mrs Owen Starling and Marie -.- Compare QualIty and Pric, ;
    assay fork and Lvnn weir S'nlth enjoyed joining with FAMILY nv' u.PArlC REG 291 <(22-oz ) DEEP SOUTH Hamburger Sliced DIM LARGE FRE5H HEADSLettuce
    Mr. and Mrs Bob Smith of I Boatdraln Church at dinner\ d4/ Ground Beef '. .
    Jacksonville and Mr. SmtthV' on the ground last .000 TNRY JUN[ 10TH Pickles 25 2/39/ ,
    parents, Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Miiirrhrtlvltlc, Sunday .......WO"Nor #7. . .

    Smith, of Whiting, Kan., who drupe\ Methodist: Sunday REG 39, t8-ox DEEP SOUTH 1'1'' GALLON OLEGrape

    are visiting them now School 9:45: 1m... Worship '

    Ashvllle.Mr. and Ohio Mrs Ouy S.nk' of rvlees 11 n. m. and 8 p. m.Pl'lt'r GREEN.. _STAMPS_BVXlk_ REG. 23< 1 1-LB. LOAF |00"& Grape Jelly 31./ Drink 2/78/
    are visiting Circle) -
    Monday 9 a. WHOLE WHEAT .
    = REG 29* VANITY FAIR JUMBO
    Mr. and Mrs. Orville Bllln ar- 11IfYF\ : Wednesday. 8 p. m. ItHINKLANS LO ASTOR ((8 ?t 39.)
    ner for a few days I Rev John arx Franks Bread 19
    P"l'klns'ho
    has 1 Towels 4/1./
    Mrs Ralph Jacob of,! bi'i-n" with us since January ODD THRU JVN10TN . inst Potatoes=' 69x
    .
    #n
    Gainesville has completed her: WItS\ transferred to Fort White .yw..o. REG. 39. 6-<:t. FRUIT FILLED REG 49< ((2-LB CRACKIN' GOOD
    course and Is now an "I'at-1\ j and Rev. Ernest Bailey will
    Ing technician. Mrs Jacobs > bo the new minister. Buns 29 Fig Bars 39 '-
    -
    was formerly Sandra Bryan First Baptist-. ; Sunday i i EXTRA: :Md7V ::. '

    of Lawtey.. !School' 10 1111.... Worship services :_...,,- ---
    Mr. and Mrs. o. J Saunders 11 a. m. And 8 ANY
    of Jacksonville announce Training Union 7 p. m.,. p.Prayer m- Tuk: ; Roast Off NOBODY Saves You Moire Than 1tVJNN-DIXIE:

    the recent arrival of a daughter 1 i Services. Wednesday 8 1m, .000 THHU JUMK fern
    Sheila FJane. Mr and Family Night .T MHf WM.!.'. /H
    second and:! 1 ,
    Mrs. J. D. Clark are the maternal ,, fourth 'rlll11'lldays.Churrh .

    Rev anl grandparents.Mrs. John Perkins I School' 10 1moo of God Worship: Sunday sere Ex.TRA.: Itr --. :- _,_,_

    and Miss Enza Blanche at- Ions 11 a, m. and 8 p. m. del:.,...GREEN... .--STAMPS-- f
    tended the annual Flnildu. YPE THH > CAN: NO. HPVL
    Wednesday 8
    p. m MONTK I ;
    Methodist Conference In Lake- Tuna '
    land last week. .000 THRU JUNK t'TM Q'J009- I
    Mr*. O. J. Phillips. Mr. and ri.ii \otrbwoki $:.20 at theTeh.r' ........."..... #7. ----.. \ .f
    ,
    Mrs Bill Oasklns and children. "Ih ,:

    and Danny Phillips! .-M.r-- OILKRAFT
    EXTQ.A:
    Idx
    spent Sunday with Mr. and '
    I .
    Mrs. Leslie Phillips and sons Septic Tank and _...GREEN,,-- ._STAMPS--- ; '", '-f'_ ;
    In Jacksonville. I ONE 1I.Oi. "A" I -- ,
    DIIAIN: FIKI.nINSTALLATION: d I I -
    Mr. and Mrs. James E ( NEW FORMULA BLUE
    I:' : BBQN'Smus'/ OR WHITE ARROWDETERGENT THRIFTY MAID NON-FAT TENOERLEAF

    Crawford with Elmer and Mrs.OIl family Oawforbrother >on. wm'evIRltinq mH-'") Pump Itjck Out Hue Service Work .oO::;.:. m,: I.o BORAX FAB ; ; DRY MILK TEA BAGS ; OILReg.


    family In Jacksonville Sundry Fill Dirt and Top Soil Reg. 83< Price Reg. 59 Giant Box Reg. 79 Awakes 12 qts. Reg. 6 48t. Pkg. 59< Quart Son!


    nursing much fBobl Reports better Crawford home now.are in Starke Is He that getting Is in R.wherehe the on N Tank Bradford Company Septic [ dN.::in:!if t! 9- I 49 I '' 59 % 39 I I'1 49 XFamou


    la glad to see friends Phone !)f.9-2.1Il: .000 JUN.
    .. .
    r
    .
    Mr. and Mrs. Willie Dobbs __ --.5_ famous Qual.ty Low Price j C"'pore" QuoI":, and Price j Campar;) Quality, and Price : Fomoti v ty L w Price j *y jc .fy Low Price
    and children were dinner j





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    KEYSTONE HEIGHTS --- MELROSE --- LAKE GENEVA t


    (IT.UtKK. FLORIDA 'THl'IL D"T. JUNE: 11. IM\

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    e. IYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY.YYYY.YYYYYYYYYY.Y. "Dodd's Drown-proofing rw. Rites Saturday ....yy............. New.

    Mrs. Fred Dobb. teacher Proposed

    in Do:d'a Drown-proofinn I For G. W. Mann ''INDIAN BEACH

    KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS School.;" announces; a changein Of KeystoneGeorge Shows
    swimming lesson days.. Instead Budget
    Bjr Mary K. Schoetter of Mondays and Thursdays William Mann 3tt! (I )

    the days will now be '. of. Keystone< Heights died in
    .u Mrs.
    4aaaaa&u.uau..u.....AA..A&AA& AA.4
    Tuesdays and Thursdays the Lake City Veterans llus- t $8,000 IncreaseA

    Father WorsUlt New, would be nice too. Public Re- same hours. ThU Is for the pltal Inat Thursday after an,l1a. ..Aa .
    President of Library Friends lations Chairman Marie Bird benefit of anyone wishing to extended Illness. He was born I )
    Keystone heights Friend said that a nice Venetian start taking lessons. Also for InPalatka on July 28. 1B2H' 11le1.1 tentative budget of about

    of the Library held an inter- blind for the window gettingthe their benefit the telephone H. and was a veteran of the Korean Folks A3.000: was reviewed" by the

    eating meeting at City Hal afternoon sun would be I number Is 473-42C8. si that Conn 1\1. to ask : Keystone Heights City Council -
    :desirable and quoted prices I they may get all partloulars I \ In a public hearing heldat
    Surviving
    on Friday evening June 11. ts bill wife, EUle (
    with Julius Hanson presiding from some catalogs.Mr. I from Sirs. Dodd. I Gunther .Mann; three ;.d.auith.i I'I'I found a Its regular. meeting!' TUea.

    Secretary Fern Hanson reada Hanson advocated Card Party Monday, i ten, Bonnie HOT. Ron :Marie loud d"v nlxht June 8.

    letter of resignation from vice president in the organisation I By now you should have i I and Tara Danette Mann; two I IlOIon. please: NJ objections were! registers -

    President Charles Titus which which heretofore has your tables made up for the> S .. Roy Rarl and William. Our by those attending then".tllllI

    was regretfully accepted bs had none: hence the chaos Woman's Club Card: Party on George Mann all of Keystone Jeanne. to the new budget

    the mem nh1p. Mr. Harmon when Mr. Titus resigned: No Monday:! afternoon. June 21 Height; his father O. C. fishing which. pre.Hcnts an approximate.
    then announced that Rev action was taken. at 1:30: at City Hall. It not I Mann; two brothers Louis A I hit ( $8.000 increase over the

    Father William W. Worstall Father Worstall then assumed better get busy and do this I, Mann of Starke and Allen most of one now In effect The new

    pastor of St. Anne's Episcopal the chair. It was decided then phone your reservationsto Mann of Jacksonville; three from I l budget wn prepared by
    Mrs. David Nelson card Intern, Mrs. Gloria Vkker\ of black Councilman' Jack Haberstroh
    Church ha.:1: consented to to have Mrs. Bird purchase I Organ Concert I
    take over the office of presI- the Venetian Blind party chairman. 473-4119. or I Jacksonville; Mrs Join Hancock ., It. and acting In lilt cup.u-lty. as city

    dent. and Mrs. Lawrence buy the to any of her committee: To Be Given By Hattlenburif. MlM.\ and,, here on finance officerNow
    Mrs. John. Bird. 473-4709 Mrs. Iris Mathla ofvlnmnn." 1.101S. Items. In the budget
    Membership, was dlacuaaed. clock. using their good judg ; Henry Fluegge S'I
    i i nc hi Jo a $3 000 payment on
    Mrs. Jack C. and hi. grandmother, :\ .
    Haberstroh. 473- $; thing
    and It w&s decided to have ment as to price and quality.Walter .
    4504 1 ''In1of Stark.. the nmv municipal building. ;
    : Mrs. A. H. Lagasse. Stella please
    the fiscal year run from Sept. Andrewson Inquiredas | Henry Pluegge a resident I 13.000 for correcting drainage
    1 to Sept 1. Dues! are only $1 to what evenings the library 473-4753; or Mrs Owen B. of Keystone Height *lnc* Funeral. aervtcei vrrre held, out and problem around Little Lake

    per member per :year. was open. Mrs. Lawrence Baker. 473-3006. I :March will l present a "Pop"Organ at 10 a.m. S..tunh.y In St. Roy Keystone: and $3SOO toward
    Librarian Helen Lawrence said that there would You may play any game! Concert at 8 p m. Tuesday Anne' Rplmtipnl Church Key- children !' '
    purchase of a garbage! tnrk.
    was asked what she felt was be no evenings hours unless you prefer and there will be June 22, In the new air atone HelKhta 'with Rev. William the "' !' !' ,, Itabrrittroli. relinquished his

    the thIng most needed at the the county Library Board voted a prize for each table. There conditioned municipal building W. Woratall officiating I ployee I council neat. to W L. Thomas.
    library at present. She felt to change the hours in all will also be refreshment at Keystone Heights. Interment wan in the Key- Sh<* ) utter presentation of the bud-
    that three of the Party For PIlker's atone Height Cemetery umter ; '
    a nice electric clock county libraries I There will be no admission | .**t. In order to devote, full
    would be a help to both her For some reason the Green On Wednesday even ng.i, charge and light refreshment : direction of l e\Vitt C. Jones las ] rime to his position as municipal
    and the children who are always ]- Cove, Orange Park and Keystone June 9. !the Gold Head will be served! after the pro- Funeral Home. 1 been l Judge. .

    asking her to "tell me Helghta Libraries must Branch State Park personneland 'I gram. The concert I I. .aponaoreil ting out Thomas had been nam..,il
    when maintain identical the life guard and their Bob Dale'. Hniimond .
    ifa 3:45: ; I have, to go hours. I I by to partkipale.Swimming I phew lit an earlier Council meetlnr
    home' then." dates gave a party at the Studio. of Jacksonville '
    She said a tableor The possibility of havmg a Organ flae I Jimmy to replace Hiiberstroh, uPO'1t..rolllm..ndlition
    stand of some sort for Book Sale was dlscumed. anda pavllllon for Ranger and Mrs. 'i Mr. Fliiegg ha been a professional Monday. June 21. Is regUtratloit and !' of the retiring .
    holding the card-Index files dale wtU Thomas Pelllcer who will be handy f ( .
    be announced la- musician' for may for those Inter councilmen
    day
    would be fine. too. as the ter. leaving the first part of July.Ranier yar, In Chicago theatre, and Bated In summer. *wlmmlngclajuea. the day In other' business/ the Count t

    table they are on now Is Twenty-two member attended Pelllcer was given a hit* played at the Chicago. which will be held at Nick i ell cll.vu.wd. h-HldUtlon. Just
    much too low for comfort In the meeting! which will Park Superintendent at Highlands Su.lluiu" New York'. Madison the Public Dock starting at II am still I signed by (buy lII\ydon Burn!

    wing the card file. A water be the last until September. Hammock State Park Square Garden, and with 1:30: in the afternoon Persons tween" : ,, authoililng the! formation. of
    cooler for thirsty Swimming at Sebrln.LThe the 8onja Henle Ice Show" they ) I, >
    patrons Day Changed school. age and over are are : i a Keystone-fUark' Airport
    honor guests were presented among other engagementa. He Invited to participate Virginia 'i Authority but took no action
    with volng-away gifts "taut In Lima. Peru, I' "
    : pent year .Hrbeol New I clothes) on thou matter
    Ranger Pelllcr was given a where he had program on the Last week the teachers had Mr,. I City Cleric Joy Baker. reported
    nice attache raw; MTV Pelllcer. "" Christian Radio Station. 'a picnic at the home of Mr. dren that no bled had beenrert '

    an attractive Kitchen For his Keytone concert he Young. Melroae' High prlncl- I lust .' >lvt>d on proponed drainage .
    clock; and their Infant son will present. a varied program P-U | We work on a road .leading
    I Continued' on nest Pu.J) Including' medley of light '
    Several new teacher have report, 'I) IJttle Lake: Keystone
    (classical opera election, been hired" to replace those. riven. 1 | It wan aimminced that the
    popular. standards. World' WarI who are quitting and to fill J'I..k' / \ budget" will .b" brought up for
    I KEYSTONEDrive.ln favorite, and com. *acredmleotlun pofclUona. IIran< ... final appiovnl>> at the July 13
    uew(
    I .. ... council meeting.
    Clean h.
    "
    TheatreFri. of Hrarxe will\
    Billy Dumpier
    }
    The general public I I. invited be the nw agriculture teacher Hospital .. MAyor\ M. L.. Heavier. presided

    .. Sat.-June I 18. 19 to attend.MELROSE. replacing, Mr. Rudgers who) Cleon !' | I over the meeting. last weekIn .
    '' nurni-ry : I the absence' of' Chairman
    plan to return to the Unl-
    eft t 11t'1...1 tttt.tn I "
    How to Murder veraity of Florida to continue 1, / >> Mill tlesm.. who was out of
    that .. the city
    Your Wife his education. i I '. ...", '
    Mra. aonja Holder of Orau- .
    !
    "llh Jark. Ismnun din ha. been hired to teach In team of : {.(Halle, N.le MMik* .I' MPUiitle

    / Joyce Kethhammer a... the elementary grades \' to Navy 1 I NnlehiMih $1.18 at theI
    3JOJ WY 43 1&I. 21 Sun. Mon_ Tuen. Edward! Rolf; tminle teacher I h rOil II II / <(< '

    June> :20! 21. 22 64A .............A.4.Mr. has realgne j to attend theUniversity Thin gal I

    r .. Dock TUon Is home of Miami ,In orderto covery, .
    Rain;-Go Away SHRlE1r INadAINE from Alachua: General Hupt- obtain his Master. "IVgree.Mr !'. I hospital! ''' Zenith
    .
    Coalll.: business must I :
    <<
    PETER USTINOV tal where she underwent aur- Jerry
    We're Not Forr Edna: '" I Heaters
    Ready HCHARDCRENNA g.ry., I.ttowheft has qult to move to '
    and '
    Jacksonville. where her husband -
    A Rainy Day! MUs Beth Oarmon. daughter was employed following Jerry .
    Mra. Bill Omr-
    of Mr. and hU. graduation from the Unl- 'llnnnle Fonda' .
    r non and: sister"' of 'ItlckcyOainton night .
    v.muty of rkirUl She will\ be
    It's no picnic to get caught In the 'U home for summer nniiMuMNt by Mrs. Carolyn Lta'.1 & Service

    rain Hut. in the more neriou pur- vacation after .rllduatlNLj Icy at Brerard County schools... ,

    Mjit or life, a Saving Account aut"'W o aam/! from CaldwcU HUh School 1 !l1 Her haul hand. who was. Dean : () .: I'll. 17541371:
    provides ("umbrella" that will Caldwell Ohio oil May 21 I of Men wt Brevard Junior Coi1 !' '

    enable you to weather financial. Wed, Thur. June 2.1 21 tthe has" been living with Mr, 1 Lee. will attend.. the Unlv.rI -
    ,
    and
    Mrs Lloyd llovan
    and |
    I
    Price"
    "Ilaln, )Day) ,*. cousin. Pit .hlle attending I ally. of Florida, where he will ,
    be working on his Doctor's
    high school.
    When you have a .oleadily growing Saving Account Mr and Mrs David Hlnnant I Degree U riKK- '

    in this bank you will not only he ready for of' Mlddb-burg vlalted their| Mrs. ollle Crenohaw KINK
    to about a
    spend I
    planning l<.v1Of "
    life' -Itainjr Iayhut will have what It take tot parent. Mr and Mrs Albert I I month In Bogota Columbia

    make all day -U; \ ItIU"KEYSTONE : Hlnnant and Mr and Mrs., South America' this summer
    Howard Morris l last week
    I her
    tMie will stay with linn
    When they returned' home '
    and d.ulh..rInMr./ & and \\nur.1I:
    Connie Morris accompanied Mrs Billy Crenahiw.hurrh HOOK :
    STATE BANK '
    them. (' New "'' (

    Colin and Peggy' Wilde. and Boh* the Baptist Church

    Member' F.D.I.C. Keystone Height. ITa.Your JSiEVENS UTAH MOO Lana Jean Jaooby of New and Methodist Churrhe are
    -!JONES and Smyrna Beach are visiting' with VacationBible I
    busy this week i ( : !' : : NlfltSKKY.:
    Friendly hank In Your FriendlyCorn =-we..r..a-arw, their uncle and aunt. Mr and I Hchool. ;
    .. :
    ** '
    munyly. -..-- ---- Mrs C U Aahley I An wrtatlonal Youth O.C.Carne Nursery
    Miss Virginia Wlnn of Columbia Meeting\ for ttve young people (ne N. I '
    .
    fl. C sport last weekend of niam Baptlat Church will \ lltvav UK). llormhom-
    i mlth Miss Janice Woody I I i'" .'" Mil.*. MR of Starke
    ''Continued" on next raft I .
    Carolyn Than spent a fewdiva I t Nursery' Stork ThouemU -

    BEST BUYS BY c & c MOTORS INC _i In m Alabama ClenerAl n __ __ _Una.pi I I, 'of lltnt 1 4t [Mitt
    La I 'following a ear accident I : : ; Tree. to rlwioae. from Nir
    .
    Clyde Rot.hhamm.r "PfOn'Jut (I Bhiirl,. Tre*". )v.rgre*

    ?". .- YN. aaa..O..ea, .a we Nee e.-, w14 f4 lrtaa, sow .Ve IN. week In Gainesville with You're t only t t : it l-""-li"-"|" Plant All\ in
    C&C Motors M a.. a wr f'ir'st r I ro ra'.a.a hi. great-.uni Mr. Nancy ; ] I container. plant anytime
    .W "a C.r Se A aeew.t'O.'eu .
    -' W Hua. and (I'amellln. sasls.I
    grandprnU. Mr .
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    see .ae n w wawa. e'.bMrre ape. !
    I A.L.Sap'ra.arae$ ro'nr u.N reaw Cores' a.c and Mrs. Clyde Wesley from I a fat .lut. 01.! your l""'i. l rapWiC
    away and
    ,tytt ,.ea w.r pr.rffwD 0 Mark and Eddie Jaroby of' I'N. aa.v\ l.1 :Nights
    New flmyrnai Beach are visiting ", :

    \ their grandparents, Mr i : !\ ."cKAI.. .'.!04'.'.\TF.:
    and: Mrs J V Blad of Year 'round -..:.:..
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    I IIOMR (Vnlrallf tseat-
    :iJ e (lurprUe greats of Mr and 1 -
    ,, ( 'i- Mr Vlrt1l, Row were Mr : Hit l| litH. Hseh. K. DR.
    1 ar and Mr. Orant Rothtianvner .. : > I : evIiHuol' p"'h; eeHteiilticat.
    I air ccndltlonln
    'I 5 1i M They itopper by on their war I
    ri : + l I..rge ........, lot, nave
    to Cedar
    and thai
    Key report I
    Ihey hare enjoyed thenvwlvi. I 1 l>.lit,g'..ui..l and Tnwaj
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    Vacation Specials While They Last! per, much : :
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    If. hard to believe that Mr
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    "S' E 'I Realtor

    1965 Ford Galaxie, 4Dr. 1965 Chev. Impala, 4Dr. and" lit Mrs.sell B the r. Keller restaurant are oIrn t. 9 n f T i, KrVMToN,1.n' cay,HlCJOtITtl

    They, want to have more thn 1'hso. .11-.1.
    .
    Sedan Iladio. llenlrr. AutomatSedan' -Air Conditioning. Power to .
    span at their new home
    ic Tran. .Power Steering;, White Steering Automatic Trans., White l I
    on Lake Knta Pe and hare .
    Sidewall; Tiren." : ''':ST.\ I 'It A NTS
    SidewalU time to do anme" trareUng.lla -- .
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    .JtraU. rirtdceWinner \ ,
    Beidler' Holiday
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    $3,195.00 $3,395.00 \ }
    *l Meiroae Duplicate / .. I
    \ Restaurant r
    Bridie lt week w n

    1965 Chev. Belair 4-Dr. lit, Mra. Paler. Boyd and Mra. [ "'tn* ro.t.., t Molerately, Priced. '
    And Many Others! C Maon. 2nd. Mr J Dtlenderion ) I 'of/N: 1 ilAYS wrIIK1.TI :

    and Mr Oy. Urlnton. 1 .'1111 l 11'.h' -
    :SedanItadro.; l lI.ater.utomat.* Urine Other 'teakr4'last. t Price- IrJ. Mr* If f> Har- HEAT PUMP For \ I I I \le ('art.-Italian. Fonee
    ic Tranv. White Side"aa",. .
    ) \
    >> itrrn
    To UK and We Will lleat II! non and Mr*. W J Orollrk4'h ;
    Mra. floUrxl and ru..k/ N.irth nt fled LIMKEYNr'NS !
    S2.450 ;:1.1. FACTtHIV WAKKA.NTYC&C Bryan! and
    Mr.. R H UTln CIton! Cooling t : : HKIOHTSIfHEII :

    nay ....t New
    : TAKS
    Mf'Ir.- Boy Hrout Troop GOES IN FAST '

    MOTORS 199 plans to partWtpMte In the Hanks Used Car

    AUTO SUPER MARKET Kehrickotee North IMteruration. Florida 4.1.In Camp July at Camp IIFIJFIJ) III1''Ii\ ') jII) ( '. and 3-T ShopBuy


    If- WE HAVEN'T OOF If .WE'lL Gtf IfON A state-approved. driver et- Sell Trade

    TH* 9K>f KANK fNsAMCIO} : : : tla. wa dated, to IIKATIM: ; AM I U ('/ ) ; 1 Hiway 1 100. a mU SoaUl

    '*" tart Monday June 14 a' of .tarkeBRADFORD
    M'lrote. Hldl Hrhool' Anyone 'all IT.t-1252: For KKKK: : ; "" *

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    14 year old and up U .U.lltle Keyatne. "

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    .J P\OE: T1VFLVE BRADFORD COUNTY: TELF.ORAPH.RKE.. FLORIDA TJll"RSD\Y JUNE 17. IMS
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    1 line Hanson; eight conservation Uiepurpose of- planning: fall were' enroute to visit Mrs. mighty tak.man.Mr. .. ny. Mrs. Dorothy Waters. I correspondent. ,' their sympathy to the familyof

    KEYSTONE George Schaeffer; bulle-! programs and the appointment I LeRoy Few's sinter in Mississippi. and Mrs.\ Art Wheeler i i Miss Patty Parrish of Jacksonville Laule Butler and Mrs. Back Funeral services for Robert. the late Mr. O'Neal.

    ; HILITESi I tin Ray 'Wlnans; and public of officers as follows: Mrs. On Thursday the men are the proud winner* at a University entertainedwith ham of Jacksonville were O'Neal were held the first of l

    relations George LaRue. All Olive Stevens treasurer; Mrs. went fishing on Lake Geneva,' trip to BernMiau.to They cam a Sorority party SMurday -, Sunday night supper guest of this week. Mr. O'Neal died"

    were told to !toe on hand for Jack Haberatroh secretary, I while the women and children I by this from a contest spon-, at the D. J. Parrlsh cottage
    i From preceding page) the executive board meetingthe \ l iU*. A.,."'-. Freeman, Suoahin went to see the .sights in St. sored by RCA for sale per-i on.Kintnley Lake. I his widow Mrs. Pearlle! Rho- DRAIN FIELDINSTALLATION

    following evening. r and Telephone chairman; Mra. Augustine ', centages. They plan to leave, Sunday dinner guest of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. McClung I den O'Neal, his mother, one
    he
    not forgotten
    Chris
    was Rotarian Wally Muhlhofer Mabel Husband, Visitation; George LaRue, who was ha.w daughter step-son, three'
    next Monday for their four and Mrs. Buddy Brad of West Virginia drove down a Back Hoe
    received a musical toy.i thank the Lions Club for and Mrs. S. E. McKay, Public I rushed to Bradford County I i I day cruise -all expenses paid! and son were Mr. and Mrs. i last week to attend the graduation ,I! sisters including Mrs. Nellie Work

    t A fine time was\ had by all. the plaque they presented 1965 ity., Mrs.: Ida Gentry, La 1 the Hospital at 3 a.m. last Tuesday -I' We have not yet met our H. H. Bradahaw and Mr. and{;I exercises for their i I Osteen anj two brothers two Pump Out Service
    Carnival Coming! July *. S
    KHHS graduate Carol Wolfe Honorary Member pun were :I morning, came home Friday new Bobbins family. 'they Mrs. Randy Stickler all of granddaughter Miss Gail Mc- grandchildren Funeral arrangements Fill Dirt and Top Soil
    '* City Park will be the sceneI on "Carol Wolf Day" which made tor a Worship ometlmq ''I I morning much improved < Jacksonville. Clung, and spent a week with were under the BRADFORD SEPTIC

    nt a happy event on Friday was sponsored by the Rotary in .July ;o make article for bat still a little rocky. HI. have moved I Info the George I Rudy.Hlgglnbotham of Lawley their son and dauKhter-ln-! direction of John M Brinkley TANK COMPANY

    and Saturday July 2 and 3, Club a week or so before.Carol the November bazaar. 'i poor wife Mary suffered a Utsey place and plan to be underwent surgery In the | law Mr. and Mrs. Bob Mc- of Macclenny. Phone 969-2311

    from 5 to 10 pm., each e-ve- had received an award for being /.-Heleo?Egan!: ,. Jteporter. I', splintered metatarsal the here for a while. We welcome, I I. Baptist Memorial! Hospitallast Clung and family. I The community extends
    j ning The Boosters' Club will beat.- l1-round student. AUP News sick. i I
    Chapter the day George got
    n i same
    these! folk and will try to Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. 'I I I Mr and Mrs. A. C. McClung
    1 hold a sure-enough carnival and for 12 years of perfect Thirtythree.member* .and I She had been next door feeding !'1 I ,
    I make them like It among u*. '' D. J. Parrlsh visited Mr. Illg- and Mr and Mrs. Bob Mc-
    | with a ;ferric wheel and everything. the
    attendance. attended the luncheon the Wrinkles pets, "'1,
    truest f
    In the hospital and last
    '' glnbotham Clung family spent
    ' There will be other After a discussion of the and business meetlnaon June I WrinlOen .being on vacation, So for two weeks now, folks ;. Thursday night He was able Friday at the Stephen; Foster t: AMBULANCE SERVICE

    rides, and games of skill a Pro's end Cone, the club voted 10 :in the Community. Church and when she stepped into be sure to rest up your ears ,: to return to his home Sunday. Memorial. PHONE 964-2600
    White Elephant store and refreshments to hold a Quarter HorseShow hon her own house the combination for you win not have to listen :'
    I educational buiJdinaThe Mr. Hlgglnbotham Is a former I IMaxvllle June Johnson of Naples Is
    of all kinds. All In July at the City ored guest was Rev. J. J.. Davie of wet grans rubbersoled > to us we are off on vacation resident. I II I spending some time here with DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home

    . lake-dwellers and week-end- Park. Dewey Henderson! will who recently returned shoes and a slick tile floor and I shall tell you all about !I I I' '
    her brother and sister-In-law
    era are Invited. a* well as the be chairman assisted by Lion from the mission fieldsof, the caused her to have a nasty it on my return trip. So enjoy j I Robin n Hlgglnbotham. J DeWitt C. Jones Registered Funeral Director
    Mr. and Mrs. Gene Johnson.
    regular year-round: townspeople Beldler. Congo and wa. the houseguest I fall She and George are yourselves as I expect) we shall ,' daughter of Mr. and Mis. Rudy ENGAGEMENTMrs. ( Starke F1a.J .
    to all the good folks enjoy ours-See Ta! Hlgglnbotham of Lawtey J
    Kitty McGlave thanked of Iff. and Mrs. Axel grateful -
    i spent, last week here with her j Louise MCler announces RENTAL SERVICES
    Fun at Gold Head President Donaldson for the Malmgren. Other guests included of Keystone who rallied around I
    Fun-lovers who have been corsage she had given the officers Mr and Mrs. Frank I and drove her back and .
    at Oold Head State Park recently -I wives: for the evening; Wheeler of Spring Lake who forth from the hospital and Leslie Sweat. approaching marriage of her
    Mr. and Mrs. Earl Mosley daughter Mary Ellen to Mon- .
    tell' at the' Fox and Charlie
    us that | She also expressed her appreciation are prospective new member to Everett MAXVILLEBy -
    new concession\ stand at thebathln : I McGlave who took George to and children left laet roe Gray, son of Mr. and Mrs.
    , cut well aa her hua.band' Mrs. Zena Schlebe, a neighborand
    for several days visit In week! Joseph Gray of Marietta.\. The
    ? area they can rent ; for the hard work chapter member extended I the hospital In the Fire Dept.
    paddle:: boats, and canoes, done by their campaign: manager \- an invitation tor the chap- ambulance and to Ray Chance Mrs. A. C. Sl.de I York. wedding will take place CENTRAL AIR CONDITION

    now. a' well'! as row boats Tommy Millican, duringthe ter to hold its Aug. 12 meet) who brought him home in the Phone SS9-4491 j I Mr. and Mrs. Dave Davisf! Thursday. June 24. All friends

    Aihev. have! a full! line of District Governor Campalgn. ing and picnic luncheon at her CD. first aid truck. 1AAAAAAAAAAA.4AAAAAAA..AMan and children left last Sunday and relatives of the coupleare

    camping and picnic supplle home.It Terry Barrett, son of Mr, for a two weeks vacation In I, Invited to attend !

    on hand:! so no n''ed to "pack At the conclusion of the was voted to continue and Mrs. S. R. Barrett of Injured i New Mexico i SUMMER: : PROGR\M: pOir

    up evrvthln but the! kitchen business movies and color game plays at St. Anne'a Pariah Keystone Heights graduated Truck Demolished I Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Brown- I Starting Monday June 21. 0 .
    ]
    lnk' to ira on a r'cnic. It's, alldus of the convention were House, and should the recently from Stetson University George Elmer hugger of Ing were in Valdosta (Ja. on'' at the Baldwin Jr Sr High

    !hardly worth, It-fr Mother: nhown. weather indicate an outdoor and will be working in Maxvllle was Injured seriously Sunday to attend a family re- School the followlnaactivities

    anyway I'rrnonuM party for June 24, member I Daytona Beach for General Wednesday morning when his union. will be offered for all children General ElectricBuy
    l.inn-i install. Nev, nfflror Mr. and B. 1"". Interested In participating A .
    Mrs. Robert McClintock of : will .be advised. Keep polite; Electric on the Apollo project. Pick-up truck went out of I Mrs. Coleman I
    .\t Lndlm MghtKeystone' Orlando was the house guestof and watch the bulletin board The Barrett daughter Nan- control and overturned. Mr.' and daughter of Jacksonville I reading program for all school

    Heights Linn- Mr. and Mrs. Bill Slmeral at the post office or call Mrs. i cy IB I home from Mercer University Dureer was alone when the spent the weekend with Mrs. age children! and activities

    Club held Ladles Night nt the'1' ')>n Lake Brooklyn. Mrs. 81mernl Camille Stewart 4734170. .! in Macon, Ga., where accident oocurnd: about a.SO:: I F." B. Coleman and son. for the pre-schooer.: Sports Top Quality and Service

    Masonic Hall on Monday evening and her <
    ,;:, June 14. day in Jacksonville during of several service clubs con in the fail Normandy when he drove Friday afternoon' June 18. at ping pong. fishing and

    Prior to the dinner, District, which they had luncheon at tributing to the educational )[1', and Mrs. Tabor C. Hill oft the left side of the hiway the Maxvllle Baptist Church. swimming for boys and girls

    Governor Charlie McGlave and the Kmbers. Revolving Restau- fund presented to Miss Carol and children from North Augusta at the Diamond D Ranch Everyone Is Invited to attend.Mr up to 15 years of ace. Agriculture GEO. W. BROWN

    his wife Kitty held a soda'! rant overlooking the city. 101.... Wolfe who wa honored on S. C. are spending a road hit three mailboxes and and Mrs. Ray Pellum students will. continue
    hour at on MiCllntock bad an afternoonof June 5 by the Keystone Rotary week or *o with Mr. and Mr.
    view Drive. Special guest of Bridge at the MelroseWoman's Club for her 12 ;year. of Frank Ilgen and children- on The truck was demolished Friday night supper I supervision! Music la offered Starke Florida

    honor were the new preaidnt Club and they all perfect attendance at Keystone Lakevlew Drive. Mr. Hill and Mr. Dugger was listed In fair truest of Mrs. F." B. Colemanand for all school-age children'

    of the Keystone Hlght Rotary enjoyed swimming in Lako School, and 16 years of Mrs. Ilgen are sisters.Congratulations condition In the Baptist Mi-m- son. I with past experience with Instruments -

    Club Wally Muhlhofer Brooklyn. perfect Sunday School attend to Mr. and orlal Hospital In Jacksonville Harold Taylor Jr. and John- and those who wish'

    and his wife Millie. In self- Community Chunk. ance. Mrs. Alfred D. Huff who were The Duffgers are nOw comersto ny Pearce stationed aboard I to participate In the Glee'
    ,
    defense, Wally was wearing a MaxviUe end the US8 Salllsh at Mayport. Club No beginners win be al-
    Youth Sunday was observed : -Helen Egan, Reporter married on June S In Starke. are occupyingthe Serving Florida
    sign pinned to his lapel stating on June 13 with the PERSONALS; Mrs. Huffs the former San- Pete Wlllbanks house and Mrs.. Harold Taylor Jr. of allowed to take music and
    young the Glee club will be for Since 1950:
    1 was Invited. Road Improvement Ft. Lauderdale spent the
    people of the church and Sunday Mrs. L. Ruth Reed, mother dra Kay Forth daughter of
    Dinner was prepared by School 1 taking all: parts, .1..II of Ken Reed of the Lazy SuSan Mrs. Florence Forth of Keystone Construction started recently weekend here with Mr. and I: high school students only. tY10ndas v'

    John Beidler and his staff at; except the sermon which was Restaurant, left June 6 Heights. Their wedding 1 on the Improvement at the Mrs. Vince Taylor and family. I' Anyone wishing to take private greeting Service. One

    the Holiday Inn. Following given by Dr. Holt. I for New York City in com- write-up will appear -elsewhere intersection of Orange Street Mrs. Taylor remained here for lessons on instruments, _o..o'ssv... ..
    dinner District Governor Mc Th invocation was given pany with her brother. Rev. in this issue. and MaxvUl -Mlddl..burll. a week's" visit with the Vince i: should register in advance e"9T'Oi.MM11TMrs. ..

    Glave Installed the following by Miss Kay Sunderland. and John Minder Mr*. Minder, We have a fine new family Road. New' cluverts have been Taylor family. I'', before June 21. Lucile

    officers for the coming year: responsive. reading by Steve and her slater Mrs. W. W. In Keystone Heights. Mr. and put in to widen the curve and Harold; Taylor Butch Taylor The school will be closed GodwinRepresentative ,,, CordiallyWelcomes
    Lion Tamer, George LaRue; Shackleford. Thomas G. Bird Tyre of Sanford for an ex- Mrs. Ralph V Naples and high weeds from both corners and Keith' Alan Taylor of from 12 to 1 every day. No ,
    Tall Twister, Red- tended tour of Indiana arrived Tuesday. for teacher or chnperone will be i
    Huntley
    read the Scripture lesson, followed the Holy Land. their' three daughters, recently have been cleared. Several accidents -
    fearn Jr.. New Directors, Joe by a prayer ,poem read Rev. Minder[ teaches in a college I of Fort Hood Texas, but have happened here several days visit with Mr. and on duty Every student must 1013 E. Call St. '" You and Your

    Wildt and Tommy Millican by Patty Shaughnessy. A trio in Dunedin, and also ha I originally from New England, due to poor visibility of cars Mrs Vince Taylor and fmlly leave the school grounds during Starke

    (who will Join those still in composed of Susan Bird, Nan- a home on Lake Swan. are living in the Prank Ilgen approaching from either di- Mrs. James Coleman and t the noon hour. Family to Your
    office, namely Jim Wand! )rid daughters returned home Saturday The recreation and dance Ph. 964-5321 New Home
    cy Klngsbury and Elaine Mr. Anna James. accompanied house on Brooklyn Bay Circle. rection. I
    Whitey Haynes, Second Vice Lovern sang the anthem while Mr. TlUbots of Fark- Mr Naples, who just retired The n.wlan8 section of after a week's visit with time which will be open for

    President, George M. Schaeffer little Heidi Henry sang the of-the-Palms to Ciunp-of-the from the Army, will teach I I Hlway 301 has been completedand relatives In Arcadia. students only will be held In The State of FloridaIt

    : First Vice President, John offertory solo. Daniel Hinck Woods at Speculator N. Y. business administration at St. opened for traffic from Mrs. Dorothy Waters spent the air-conditioned music

    Beldler; Secretary-Treasurer, announced the hymns. Junior This is a religious and recre- Johns River Junior College.The .I the Clay County line near the last week la Lake City with building under faculty supervision I.i Our Desire To Make\ You Feel Welcome and

    Martin Ramos;, and President, hostesses. preceding the service ation amp managed by Car daughters,.Naoc)",' fIAreh. f Strickland residence to th her, AJOn.-ln-law and daughter Vlnds and will include all To Acquaint Von With Your City.If .
    of
    Marshall Donaldson. were Roxann Ketch and Kathy don Purty. and Patricia, will enter the intersection of Main Street I Mr and Mrs. Bill Robinson dancing talent

    Out-iralng' President Frank Hln.>k. Ushers were John and Mr. and Mr*, Harlow Fuller 7th Mh and 4th grade in and 301.Diamond, and daughters. The Robin I shows and games.

    Nooney passed the gavel on Richard Martin David Sund- of the Park will leave early Keystone School respectively D Ranch,N"w* | son's daughter, Marsha, returned Softball mmes will be held you are new in the area a phone hi

    to Marshall Donaldson, along!! erland, and George Leigh. In July to visit their aun' In September This summer Practice rides held home with her grandmother I Monday and Thursday from Ito "
    were rail will ,
    with the I Richard for weeks visit. 7 p. m. Varsity Band recreation bring: you a prompt visit
    President's pin. Don- Dally Vacation Bible Schoolstarted and family In Syracuse Mr. Naples Is working on his Saturday afternoon at the I a

    aliUon then presented Nooney t this week and will N. Y. They will then Ph. D. at the University. of Diamond D area for the Rang Mrs Dorothy Waters' spent and dance time will from your local ho tetA. Please give
    with his Post-President'. Pin. continue through June 18. A''' Join their daughter Mrs. Her Florida. They attend St. Wil Riders despite the rainy'week last. Saturday night In Live be held from 7.30: to 9.30: p.

    He also gave all of the other party will be held on the last ry H. Malners in Denver, Colo, liam's Catholic Church.Melrose end. Riders from surrounding Oak with relatives.!! m. on Monday. Fishing and her a call! She haa maps and many

    officers their' appropriate pins., day from 3 to 4 pm. Closing where she will study for a degree communities Owen Waters' daughter of swimming will be held Wednesday -
    President' Donaldson< announced exercises will be at 7:30: pm. In library work. Practice are Invited to attend Mr and Mrs. Roy Waters of and Friday from 2:30: free and wonderful gifts for you
    rides<< are held
    his now Committee Chair Sunday June 20, In the educational Mr. and Mrs. James Pucltett Jacksonville Is spending! a to 3:30: p. m. You< may obtain
    from
    every Saturday afternoon local bU8inesMH.n
    .
    men: attendance George Massn building. The publicis had recent guests trom Atlanta A club .week with her grandmother. more Information on the (yam
    meeting held
    was \
    : convention Jim Eland; Invited. and joined them on a' Sunday afternoon at the Program by contacting your _

    finance. John Bvldler; membership I Mrs. Robert Dodd entertaln- four-day vacation trip to Ranch for members club fees

    Jack Haberstroh; program -'! ed members of Circle 3 at South Florida. [Prom Preceedlng Page are II per month per family
    nnd entertainment, Tommy ) luncheon In her home on Highway Mrs.
    J. xr. Perry is famefrom
    Mlllicui; publicity Mu at- 100 on June 7. She I be held Thursday at 1:30: P'I, Anyone Interested In joining
    | was an interrupted vacation' at DAHmER'SNOW
    :. .' may contact the Ranch here' only
    I m. at Oak Hill In OalnvlUe.Folk
    lay Redfearn Jr.
    ; building I assisted by the co-chairman with her daughter and family I, Personals
    Whitey Haynes; boys and Mrs. R. A. Gaunt. This was In Atlanta. She planned this Singer Ralph Bailey Oleason
    Jones of
    I Bruns-
    girls, Tom Bryant: civic Ju an organizational meeting for_ trip to attend the graduation graduate student at the University wick.

    fit her -. _.......11-4... ft-..* !. of Florida was special On visited last Monday
    w. CUIUtnu was
    0 4JUI afternoon with Mr and Mrs.
    guest at the Methodist Youth

    called to Jacksonville a week Fellowship meeting> Sunday Joseph Lucas and family The 1'No-Frost" you've wantedj' .... --.- ---
    earlier by the death ,
    of her i I'night. Mrs. Emallne Bell and Jim- ... _
    ALBUMOP .
    brother-in-law.Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Egan I A Sub-District MYF Iwlly ed my Bell of Dallas. Texas visit. at 1 flNIV' Nowt automatic_ that does alliyourrejpilar
    Thursday

    I Coast enjoyed' including a tour of Homoaaua the West.!. the was Wesley held' Tuesday Community at 7:30:Methodist at- ', Mrs.Mr Claude and Green Mrs.afternoon at the' homeof with spectacular $< v/OT93 ; :wash plus s.waski\ ear

    Joseph Lucas
    Church in Gainesville.A
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    f .. -
    -,
    v Spring Crystal RIver IngUs. and ** : '...:
    DORISDAY'S and other place of inter.et.Friends Christian Fellowship Sunday '' family. low price! > I. -
    Mr. .
    ,I School Class meeting will and Mrs. Avory Blade r.14W'"NO
    of Jam* Van Bus-
    kirk of Club be held Wednesday' at 8 p. m.at and family were Sunday dinner -
    r" 'I Keystone Estates the guests' of Mr. and Mr. W
    Methodist educational
    C regret to team of the death M Blade ca$1 O.63
    :. of his sister Mrs. Dave Long building The program will be of Hampton. FROST KELVIHATOR


    t 2. --Wits.E EI. fJust f daughter in:)1.Pennsylvania.... M.Marian L Beadey last and week.Marian's \and-I. Walter under: t the Wilson Crawford direction sr. with.serving of Mra.EUM HTS.J as.j! Junior more Jetfery son Whlttemore and of Manell Mr,\ of and Whttte-Calla-!.,tr.. .J_ .>. .. ) t r cw. r 1

    han spent Saturday here with 'S
    I I hostesa. i
    for .. ... FREE friend Julie Walker, accompanied their '
    permitting
    M a I Grandmother Mrs LouIse .. I
    HOME AIR CONDITIONING and HEATING SURVEY Mayor" Beasley to I 1I 10111I<<., : KELVI AT 1t
    1 I I St. Petersburg last Wednesday Mrs : ""f
    r John ."' orU1; and Helen
    DUCT SYSTEM COOUNS e0nI ,I I Mid-Year where' Statewide he attended Conference the INDIAN BEACHI left lot Wednesday for a two 'f.V I :

    of the Florida Electric I week visit with relatives in i t
    South Dakota. f .
    Cooperative Assn. They returned I ,
    Friday evening. [From Preceding Pap] Grandma WelUwusen l I.
    spending two weeks with her
    Mr. and Mra. Walter Lott'enough' he did come home on I

    and two daughters' and two I Tuesday morning but he had Coverdale.granddaughter while.Ira.the Norths Dave .. mmmmmrrnfTrrm:;

    j family friends, all of Nash', to be rushed back to Dr., are vacationing m South Dakota .I I

    ville. Tenn were visiting Mr.I CbrUtofftr' office and then ,

    I I ININACI and Mra. Axel Mslmgren on I on to Bradford County Hospital -', Mrs. Larry utown and new' .
    D" 'C"TCOMP'USoa. Lake Geneva June 712. Mrs[ 'late In Uv afternoon on' .11 ..
    baby were able to leave
    ( .' Mslmgren la Mr. Lotf mother thq Mme day. It Just 1t'f'1I181' l list Memorial HomULal Bap-.la TII -

    CONOlHSn ;IL.;. ___ ( Ilk* he can not get home and I II Jacksonville la* Wadnmday ;::.

    r- ) With lust a fiidt .f the .Ils.r.rd. .f ....... ... I and Mr.family and Mr of. Earl Sebrlng Van were Atta I stat UnUncle, to "Better ChajUyl"luck. nl'xtjI ) and are at the .hcene of Mrs.Brown' 'I'' "..1 ,, a g "...... Tw.peeatami

    yow con .... your own weather .hi ...." wow teUb guest for several! day. last I,I Mr. and Mrs Doug. Lutgen I|I Miller' another Urs Louts r4 i .' I : \18&1: Mlle' cat..a ..

    Day and Night electric.tral air cotidihensna I. I week of Mr. and Mr. Thomas i' and children were down fromJacXaonvlU I Larry; + M I I''I''j matte pn ...."'....eac.

    Gas centrollMati". system. On sweltering. day she. central Pellicrr and sou. Chris of r to Doug parent'' I Brawn. stationed aboard ::1 IA., .'11'_.

    duct system circulates coel, clean. air... keep. dree* Gold Head Branch State Park.Mrs. lak* home for the weekend.The the USS Saratpta, returned I P I I,' 1'1' W.. ....... l_
    to ills a I .1'1 j :
    .
    I noise and Van i. .. fcome. her .after iltli! ... .. ;I i ul I/
    dirt out. OH chilly Florida days .... tarn Alta M. rUi- neai time you aw my\ a six months see cruise. II* -till -M uk..o/, : I.. I ................e--I .

    central system warms up yew entire* .ho**. ejuickly oa lautomatically. cars sister. The Van Atlas Jack) ,,ak him IT be want* l will be leaving In July for fl''/ j.. Top. Uda. 1'10' f

    Phone w* today aad. 14 M .....) RU wen their way *. North' some sort shell turtle. 'JeU.I six weeks at, schooling at e UNT tIS-ll KRO-ZONC( fRCEHI e 1 rifHt..DOO SHELVES a 4 "" I ', ".,
    survey .f yew hem. Carolina where they will spend T. C. and Jack went to Salt N
    Memphis. Term. FBll-WIOTH SHElVtS. ADJUTULI a rORCtUlN: CKISMRS a MlMOTi(6l l !:
    the summer. Springs over the weekend' and I Mr. and .Mrs. SItU e | HEI CHEST e 1 OOO SHuns e MAGNETIC DOOR I" I
    TWO HUSINSTAUATIOM" Mr*. Paul Holl and child-: E returned home with 14 of the ler and :children Archie oT 8h p-- BASKETS AlL 4 SIMS I I
    Warsaw '
    ''UNITS $39995 yen and )(n. Holl'* brother thtnm. Five! of them' were the! Ind. here .1itO '''ClaCII[ DMAJN"roe DCHKKST.."111. lit(IMIM beetles rp*> ,
    Earl Mecklen. aU of PitU- I are for a.visit win ........ -.. .,,- tat '
    ONLY largest I.had ever. but"adn't" you and en oM 'n e "frost oator f 11 i "
    .... ....... eea. Mrs.. Chapter's 1"
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    f mother. Mrs ands .. ,,,,. r l lwets
    burgh. Pa., will arrive this U\e "'- But KM M H *vto tort A to Mioorr routs I that eoamthlntf for a' Louis MSler.\ r doer tn. .........of the ectoiMt to tae..par.asr p.... It tteverDAHMER'S oj T wYn.OO.a _-C.J
    week tor their annual sum gal to get for her 17th anniversary the C8 o_wsa na ne thence tsc.sUaanet. -
    Mr. and Mrs., Buford -! toady -
    for BOTH Hlgglabotfiam -
    23,000 BTU alactrk air conditioning mer vacation at' their cottageon TAj f l'

    .hand 70,000 BTU LP-Gas furnace Lake Geneva.Mr. of this writing. W: D., temoon In Highland visited: Sunday with Mr af, .
    and Mrs. LeRoy Few
    ThornM Ms '
    now keen trans-
    and Mrs., Richard! Ifoslcy.:
    !' and daughter' Dupo. lured' from'the Bradford Co. Mr. and Mrs 1:. D. Higglnbothan -
    Green's Fuel of Florida arrived Wednesday Koapltal to A1ad1ua General and
    left
    June 10. to visit Mr. and IU.I In OalnevCh Dutch had two I eons Monday ]
    to.
    return to
    Bill Few and son who heir home In DISCOUNT
    HOUSE
    CorporationPhone on Eaat Lakevlew' brtve. more spell* over" the WH'kmd.1) Milliard\ after spending a week
    and was knuisferred for further -
    with Mr. and''
    Mrs.
    two few men who are btoou....,. examinations. 1 Is Buf0r4HJaainbOt.ham
    hotJPd.j;
    969-4231 and had not seen one another r and Mr. and 112 E. Call St.
    right now great progreas Is ex- 1 Phone 969.1 i 1
    ; far 10 Tb visitor Urs Hance Sweat of 3laecJrrs." i ,
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    ... .... have dinner with the family. a speaker! but hope to have IYVYVV YYVvvvvvvvvVVYY. here with her uncle and aunt Eva, Rawllns. Owen Cove and Rev. R. U McLeod offi-i iI I II k. r* iilvoil!' .by the l livl" .lon of
    lly.Kdna I ItmtltiitlnnH. .
    until lnuu A. M.HIST
    Nine children 25 grandchildren one by Sunday night. : Blackmon, Leila Mae Mr. and Airs. J. L. Sparknuin.. Springs; three sons Ivy Pad ,I elating Interment was in the : *n dnl..hi>wn fur the .tale

    LAY HILL I and four neat grand RECIPE PORT" WEEk!: Carter aaU Francis Lang at- and family.Mr. gett; Orrle Padgett ally Odla: family plot In Nolan Ridge I of Murplu |.rni.)...rfy.JlN .

    children. were present Eggs Eiffel Tower: 4 ruaka tended a stork shower in HAMPTON and M.J... Lynn Hall Padgett, all of (MtdUleburg; 29 Cemetery In Clay County un- a''rapln.1'. I5di-I'tne Jam (ni

    I PersonalsMr. or slices dry toast; 1, 44 ounce MUldloburgfor Basel Lent- visited Mr. and \Mrs. R. O. grandchildren, and 17 great der direction of DeWitt C.I, Bill: ., blank, condition anilMluM'UUtiitlnn

    By Jiln- Oawtrf Padgett and Mrs. AnD Crews can deviled ham; 3-4 cup ward. By Mrs. D. E.Pkeae. Hilt Copeland in Daahnr. O*., recently. grandchildren. Jones Funeral Home. may !be obtainedfruin
    I .
    Phone ZS9-4U3 and son of Baldwin visitedMr. shredded process Ml'ft8\!'; MeL Maude Smith and ."-111.A 4 Mr. Copeland had been Funeral services were held'i Ion stale IMvUlon t'urrhiinlnir' of. Institution Cutnmlii-.

    and Mrs. Frank Carter egg whites; 1-4 teaspoon Shirley RUey and suns ot &A&&AAA&AAA AA&&.I I ill and noapltalljed.: a ahort at 3 p. m. Monday June 7, in nut nv state orrifii iiuiiiiinr., Hiu.h.nMtr.rt >
    ra u'rtrn.s TO
    .n..YYVYY.YYYYYT Sunday afternoon.Mrs. cream of tartar; 10 drops battled I Tampa visited. Mr.\ and Mrs. ,I time ago the Mlddlt-burg' Church of .','.n'.1 11 He.. \,KIUComixtltlve .Inhaae.e w'Inr. i Ii.rlda.ItNnh moon'' 3-':J. '1'1-

    W* had 118 present in I Jeanette Whltner and hot pepper sauce; dash;I Richard Mosley and family I Fire Destroys lIe 1 r Emily and Danny Williamsof Ood with Rev. Art E. Roberts I (''''''8i''....Uil'0'1 UltU will I (I4 Miller

    hunch last Sunday. The Jun- i children of Doctor's Inlet salt; one teaspoon prepared i over the weekend. I I Her Sunday Morning OatnesvlUe have !been visit gxecutlve: Director It 1/17

    ', visited Mrs. Hiram Padgett. mustard; 8 era yolks. I Danny Ray Moaley of Jacksonville
    and the nursery won the Don
    girls lire destroyed Slm.mon'
    JJ the and family Tuesday after Cut rusks or toast in rounds{| is visiting his grandparents -/ Haddock
    banner. This was tares home in Hampton at i I
    h. noon. I I to fit in bottom of 4 rome- ". Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mr and Mrs. F. O. Smith
    t croup ever to attend Clay I approximately' 4:30: a. m. Sunday I
    i Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Mos- kina or 6-ounce custard cups. Moaley. for several days. I and daughters spent last
    ill Baptist Church and it i' leaving only the pile of
    ( ley and family of Jacksonville! Butter each tusk; spread with Billy and David Mosley have I weekend. with friends in Perry. -0-
    good to see such a large tin roofing! a* charred evidence. -
    as visited Mr. and Mrs. Henry 1 1 tablespoon deviled ham. I been employed' with the Gu-, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Dennl-
    Mrs. WUla Dean Bran.on Cause of fire was
    lowd. the I
    Mosley Sunday | place In ramekin and sprinkle taboR Dairy In Green Cove I ISprtllA' 'f son and children visited rela-
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    of Penney Farms. Mr. and I unknown although smoke In Join the hundreds or
    I .
    Farley Austin was admitted with one tablespoon cheese. tlws in St. Petersburg last ,
    Eugene Eunice and son the bedroom awakened Mr.
    .tl.1 to the Veteran's Hospital in | Beat egg whites with cream I Farley Austin was admittedto I weekend.

    t Highland Baptist Church. I, Lake City on Tuesday. i of tartar hot pepper sauce I the Veteran's Hospital in I Simmons and apparently the thousands of Floridians already I

    lobby Hatcher of Black Pond I I Richard Motley and Terryof and salt till soft peaks form; Lake City Thursday to undergo fire started in that part of I

    upttst Church. Mr. and Mrs. : Highland left Monday for j gradually add! mustard. beat- ;: surgery\ on his back. j the house. Mrs.. Simmons and i Rotary Clubs enjoying perfect indoor comfort.I I
    r H HariU and Mr. Mrs. Bernice Mosley of the children were in Jackson- ,
    HarrlS'.j New York.: II I tog till stiff peaks form Place I ,
    mother Mrs. Alma I I Highland visited\ ,Mr. and gins I YUle at Uw time of tht fire.
    Mr. and Mrs. Gene Long heaping tablespoon of egg. I Plan '
    A.-lrwnvllle.: and Mr. and!i I and family of Tampa visited white mixture on top of cheese !I Louie Carter Monday.Mr. The house located at the JointInstallation every day of the year thanks to'
    Ander Andrews and chiln east end of Pine.St.. where it l
    t ft- and Mrs. Loran Padgett
    Mr. and Mrs. Richard Long' in each romekin. Top with I
    attended church services II I I joins State Road 333. belongs
    and won of Starke visited Mr.Pndfett'a .
    over the weekend.Mr. egg yolks (place 2 yolks in 2 safer cleaner cheaper \
    1 : Sunday The training i I and Mrs. Rudolph Pad-! of the romekinsl. Dot layer; I I grandparents. Mr.I I to .Mr'.. Betty May. and the ...
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    raton meeting was held at the and Jol&... Henry Mo ley, Simmons family had born I In a unique event which _
    Kett and baby of Doctor's Inlet f with bite of deviled ham (about '
    Macedonia Baptist Church visited Mr. and Mrs. Hiram S tablespoon on each] day. renting it from them for abouta will be a highlight of the Ho- F flameless reverse-cycle"))
    I
    ..u>l Monday nliriit. Several Padxett Sunday afternoon Also and sprinkle with one' tablespoon !I Lilly Carer U staying sun-I' ;year. The Hampton, flrq I II' nary year in UUs area. an In-

    ntunb>*rs and officers from I visiting the Padgetts was I ch_. Top with eg-' her aon-ln-law and truck was too ate on the I terckib Installation. of now offlceva ,electric air-conditioning.

    lay Hltt attended. Mrs. Padnetfs brother. Earl hue mixture. ', Mr. and Mrs. Lee scene to save anything from'I for 10< 3a will be heW .

    fork Shower I Green Cove Springs while recuperating the house, although the near- of Starke ....
    by tlie Rotary Clube ,
    Padgett of Mlddleburg. Repeat layers of ham ( +
    Mrs. Film Mae Btackmon I I from lllnesn.Mr. by gas tanks and house trailer Lake t COOLS in summer... WARMS l ta winter.
    Keystone Helgltta. and
    Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Colemanand ch ee. and en whites" building
    tag< entertained at a stork Mr. and Mrs. Raymond up a peat of egg.white I I and Mrs. Lloyd Wlnkln-I were kept from the names Butler on Friday, June 25.i So YEAR RDUND-RIGHT for f'rlorlda

    .houvr at the home of her' Padgett and family of Jacksonville mixture. SUH of Panama City Vacation Bible School I i ThU Ladlea Night affair will homes. ,..
    nother Mrs. Leila Mae Cart- Mr. and Mr. Hardy CnuUnwe Neat W..kDMUy Oolf Ii ,
    ilslted Irene Padgett Bake In slow oven IMS deIITH.I Padgett be aUited in the Stark 1 } 1
    T last Friday night Games I over the weekend. Vacation Bible Schoolat & Country Club starting with a M 1y
    Sunday. l about 30 minutes, ori rY r ) 1a
    -ere played and prizes ._rdd 'I Mrs. Thelma Hampton Baptist Church' .
    Mr. and Airs. Bobby Pad i I till golden and yolks are of a fellowalup social hour .tI
    '' to Ruby and Evelyn Mos- i desired doiieneis. Makes on of Green W&1Uamanlan"l continues tJlI'O\Kh Friday. 6.30.: I 4 ,

    r' Mrs. Howard Padgett Jacksonville I I I servings. vtaited Mr.: June 25. with claeara: each I A buffet dinner will be served .

    end gonnla Austin. Refreshlnents -'I urday. I 'J'adgt'tt.. aDd family Sunday montlnc at the church from at 7:30.: followed by instaNlaton

    were served to U1eue5t.a 45 Mrs. Truda. Mae Crosby of| Held Oer From Last Week afternoon and attended church l 1:30: a. m. through 11:30: a. m'l I I of ottk-rra *hy District I

    after Mrs. Blackmon I Sunday night. Also Y1aIUI4r'' Rev.: Paul L. Estrs principal OovertKMWllUiun ICamrick of
    Long Branch attended a | Homecoming win be held' at
    paned her many lovely gifts. stork ahower for Mrs. Edna Clay mil Baptist Church on the Padgetts Sunday were. Mr.' said plans were to have par Jacksoiwlllo Muslo for dau-

    Insisting in serving the guests I Blackmon last Friday night.Homecoming 1 I June 2V, Everyone U Invited I I and Mrs. Horace Whilohead eats night for the VBS during city will. be provided by the
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    to* M... ,Zelma Johns. and family of .)....YI1I. and I the evening service on Harry Coker Orchestra of
    services at I to come and entoy the ocra* I
    Birthday Dinner Mr and Mrs. Robert Baxley Sunday. June 27. at 7:3: p. m. JacksonvlUe.
    Clay HU1 Baptist Church win Ion. There iwlll be
    special
    Mrs. Hardy Pad*,tt and I Jr. and family uf Doctor's, inlet when the various groups ,will I meetings 4
    be next Sunday. June 20. singing after dinner, Attendance I I The regular Rotary .
    army surprised Mr. Padgett I There wUl be special singing at Sunday School last I take part. for that week Wednes I I
    RBCIPE! FOR THE WEEK: Wine BTOK ......a ,
    ith
    a birthday dinner after I after dinner U served. Revival week wo 81. The Interraedi- day. June 23. for Ste rko. and)
    a
    'lurch Sunday the church Italian Rice Souffle'-34 cup L. O. Jowls won state honors I "A ,
    .. on I I I services will start Mon. at. Clam won the banner Rev Friday, June 38. for Keystone! o h ,
    .srd After' dinner Mr Pad- day night June 21. C W.i i and Mrs James Siuuiders and uncooked rice. 3 cup milk. III in a Florida WOE meet will not be held. Members\ wUl r
    . opened his tablespoon butter ar m&rn r- at St Augustine recently I
    pit gifts. Rev andre Carter will not bring the messages family attended homectunlngt par- receive crndlt for attendanceat

    4 James Baunders and ch1l.r as had been rrported. Kvergreen.: Baptist Church ins, 3 tablespoons all-puivom UcipaUitf/ In a Gainesvilletenm the. ;octal Installation meetinv. -

    n were Invited to stay and At prevent w* do not have Sunday after church services. flour 3 cups milk 1'<. teaspoons and lnd lduaJ1J', He received I

    | Mrs. Hasel Lentirard wag I salt. I ounces 8w'-l a pUcque for whining Ouente may; attend this

    Cheese, shredded ( all slate as an innervguard .
    honored event but r".rvaUo.1IM.Yt.
    > at a etork shower I "''RIUSIiI/aMBrMItl t1119'4' PIIUf AlY3 .IF1491Ll1
    Jut SittirdAy flight at the; curl, 4 egg ;yolks 4 en and the OuineivllU teem. Including be made In writing to; Rotary Shucks ,

    horn. of her sister. Mrs. 0111. 'hKf'5. Mr. Johns placed)I IiMtailatloii.' Drawer 100 II S easy. Prtcm aro 'way down.. Safc, flam*,
    T. L MERSEREAU PLUMBING Cook rice 1n 21 I third tit team competition.White 91aeatta
    Hams of Mfcldleburg. Gal uncovered SUike.. less
    "l Bible reWJ'III oCyc1e.1r conditioning now coiU M littl that the winter con OP
    were played and 1 prise awarded cups milk over low heat Miltender CeremonyMiss LNI.... 111 )

    to Mrs. Edna "lack man of f latwut: IS minutes), Myrtle Ann Hlnson. Rites MondayFor beating feature .k almost a free bonus. Ono compact unit saves .. I.,. .

    :. Clay Hill and LU* lta Padgrtt. stirring frequently m-tth a fot k.; brkie-etort of David Alton

    ON CALL24.HOURS Refreshments. served When aOl milk: to si sw bed remove will be' honored with a -White I Mr. PadgettOf puce and the extra cost of separate coolinu and heating system.

    to the guests after tl>e hon, from het. I Bible Orrmon/1 by the MiddleburgJohnny Now, with SunsLIna Service Wtrfclty a bigger. bargain I than ever, 'aloe 4N

    oree opened her many lovely' Malt butter: stir In floor;, VWA's of Hampton Baptist I rrauaIt'

    A DAY 1'1".. cook' and sill on. minute. Remove Church Sunday evening. June,, Padtfett.. ,IS of Mlddleburg. I eo easy to enjoy the> comfort and t convenience of year-round air IIICIWJRI

    DAY-CALL 964-5291 Mr. and Mrs. Farley Awtlrvisited from heat; gradually add 30, during the evening service.at died Saturday June 5. I conditioning: Bat the beat howl! Sue your air ouditiaolnf cora, lOW"
    2 milk Cook and slit 7:30 o'clock.Mlumber \
    )Cr. and Mrs. Dawson I cup till : r '"' "-
    Park
    afternoon In Orange
    an
    I II II
    NITE: CALL 961-8591 Padgett of Mlddteburc last cnooth. Remove from heat Party ho.piUl after a tone Illness.He '' tractor or appliance dealer today. '
    Sunday afternoon.Mr Add .salt cheeee; stir till, Dunn Faye Crawford en-I I lifelong -- f
    was native and
    and Mr. Melvin O.eeer cheese melt. add rice.Beat tertolned at a tiamburBer .'..IPpoor e :\
    .
    'resident of Clay County,a j n V
    and family of MKUleburgj" I egg yolks tin thick and I and pajiwn t>*rly"at tier I of -.5'
    tired farmer and a member :
    visited Mrs.. Chemer'a sister lemon colored. Fold hi tilee.e w home Mondy evniiuc." June 7.
    T. I. '
    MERSEREAU PLUMBING ) the Church of 00<1.
    Mrs. Hiram Padgett and tam mixture; cool slightly/ Beat Seven a-lrU helped her celebrate |, Survlvliur are five daughters. L 'L'LV I l..lr'iYal\ : : .::wwr".r. l

    cheese mixture Into white. it M a delayed birthdayparty
    Mrs. Ruby Padgett. Msxvllle .
    Pour Mo unreaMd IS quart alnoe family Ulneaapo.tponed ) ;- -
    ; Mr* Jow>phliie Bell and J. rye.w .
    souffle dish tw rajMwrole. Hake an earlier party.l'omha .mFLORIDA
    In moilerate S.V' > .. Mrs. Vemle Harris both of : ) POWER & H.lplnp' D,1I4 llsrleala '
    over ( d.. ) Fay ls the daughter LIAHT-COMPANY_ __
    WHY PAY MOREBUY I 69 minutes or till knife Inserted of Mr. and Mrs. D. II. Crawford Mlddleburg! Mrs. Margie 6--- .=. =-----
    Padgett Clay HUH and Mrs.
    I comes out clean. ServehnmedinUly.

    Makes 6 serving WMi Circle Me<. I

    : Mrs. D. C.: Hill .WM he.4ufor ,-" ..-.I!.. t ,,,. m:.. L-i: : _ffi'n._!::,_
    ONE GET ONE
    .nnyyyyy.YYYYYYYYmI i the. June drrle meeting of i

    the HiMnpton/ Baptist WMTJTue I

    day morning. June B Mrs I AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY
    GRAHAM
    FEE! Paul L. Fifes led the program !

    on prayer for the 111 I Iwomn ,. _.._,. .,
    nr Mrs. w. 'tuning present Refreshments Li:! :.;;r -- -.a _, : :.&|Ti-Tin'riiTinfistii':: : :: i

    I Pfcon. 4A.VIIT4Mr servile of 'cookie and coffee were AirrOBALRSAHKKVICK: ': AUTO fUI.S": &"Ultvrc.: ..: IIIKAIITY: 8CIIOOL() +I.ADIFS WEAR

    I I

    A..& &A.&A.AAA.1 .Mwlm. flaws Te HUrt. Barkley Motor Inc. I Replicari, Inc. I.MHI a.ni,l.t. Basely Cherry' .
    Monday. June 31, it the beginning I
    '. and )of,... |Otltur_ CirlWorn) : **-M nTalllun
    Earl Od m) < of summer .wimmlngleeeons Import.! Car ap.rlahstr o.JnlIIe'. 15)55. FaahlonataeIftIS "
    and
    visited Mr. and Mr*. J W recreation FIAT : : : n-cr.MENT I CITII-CO A T1I
    starling I summer program IIIMJMAN .A SUNBKAMla I Iflal. I I Sppclal Bnuh-Up Coursra

    OIL IASt / ROOF AND BARN RED INTIIIOR LATtX Cr.. Vemon recently and the bus to Kimwler lake 'tIQ .... .rart... MATERNITY WEA*
    ; 44.r
    r PAINT WALL PAINT I Iy.J| and! will plrk up students at .au I II Central Hairstyling : A'U"tla'JI:
    HOUSI daughters, Verna US 8 K. Second HI. r.a"t '
    w. Irerte11se I" 'IN ifniverslty O'ln..t1//
    e M.r ........ Hampton city hall each day'steam. College
    -_-_- iI;.: a _- Mr*. Oary Moray, of Hlamil] I Iad. BALJ A BERVICa!: I! TM. 171-lid I
    -=- Ne..N/1e ter M ._M 2is: 3. n. ut a..tn..vtn<*
    i\\ .... M .a.f N MA. are pending, the week with iHt New I raUry Trained MiNibaalre1M I MotnrryrletltrooleraStreit'!
    e .""t Mr. and Mr. II. 1:. 17'115I
    Sterling I I
    w a a.wr .ar On Matt Track Reel CI.KAN USED: CAB AUTOHALVACKPaul's : I

    ,r w w-. ea r4 --w-. .8. : E. = see M MlM MAM Starling U. at. Bids for a dally truck mall' SMI N. MAIN I Bicycle Shop
    1.resew" 1tMl .n tending UM Central lUJmlyl.Ing I''CAitrirrsHouse,; I II HONDA MOnrtlCTCLEHCiulMnn .
    J --- route from Jacksonville to I oa&aenWe 371.1373JEEP
    / -- .... Kcbnol in *vlll.. Auto Salvage I I I I
    S / == ::. Hampton are to be in Atlanta ) A rater lewterihseeliB4A'Ltndar .
    -gags. w e Mr. and Mr* L. A. DvU '
    e. -net.-. I r. N. this Friday "June !. : W* Buy' Wrecked Cai At of Carpet I .
    w
    e ...... -- ..... ..... of u.U.nd/ Mr. MattedDavis
    -_- _- BprclflcatkMts on the mail| i TOP 1'IIICE H( "Gahse.vllla'. Only Curpv' Mokrcyrl.-male. &. Itorvki
    w .,,-e--S Ira visited her *lu>r, Mr. l..rmy of 4 Wheel Drive I
    service route are at Hampton I ftCl fWINH mCY'ClnJ
    LavsdA WyM. who U. ..riotw| I AU Mall. A aln.tl. V.tIParte Mlleclalt Mtinp"ur.r.
    rvi ly Ul In JH. Vincent's pout office describing a e RAM11LEitMnerlunb : nauuA'w : Locksmith A Sari Work
    $498 t FREE S698 z':& FREE llo >ltsl I
    FREE
    S698 :: Jackson
    L 2 2 In Jitrknnvill. morning run from r7n.vtt t4atany' OaMrvto TeMyp. M",,1eW.. Will e MulYSN' TI 1"1:11(1: I .IS w. l fnfvvraltr. Are.al.e.vlli. .

    Mr. Z.lm Khoden visited vtU, picking. up mall eriroute ..... ... rapertn.tallatlon\ ( )rrn.77
    at UaxvlUe. Uawter and I IStalk find Any Part Tar Yi (
    -
    TRIM AND DICK SPECIAL QUART PRICES ONE COAT her inter. Mr*. Nellie Burnt l i Ml Ma. 'IaI31..II l
    *: and evening return,,. i I'INT & (JL.tH
    KNAMCL PAINT in Uie Lk City llopl.tl Motor Co. 0aIn..11M n'-Ul1 I Ilnlnerlll.'
    e 2 FOR 1 LOW PRICE LTIXINTt4gaw.AlN.se trip the seine,, The Sundays Ridgway
    I Sunday aftern j I -I 1
    .-9 "jn.Mr. ; 441 N. Pmt Stock: Yard Liddell Paint &
    .- w RA -' -'- and Mr. Clyde (Mum trip cuts off Hampton ml.klmllthe till I,*. Main i

    1 .Ye HIM AND DICK 2224 e. tee ;;. t =.-.:=-.' of Branford and rrl Glom Starke.kl'ev..nai.I'Wonly. Jackiontlle to I GaIINR' I7I-I41I ( JIIAIX SAWH! Glass Co.

    eraINAMIt eti : -- n. ::.; of lAke City visited. Mr. and
    I Iii; .nt3 -e Air Conditioningleafing/ A. & J. Saw I I KYVM/K PAINTS

    c..JS"" "M'ae. JCMICLOJJINAMlt 49 = =:::.:" Mrs. J W Starting Werner Mrs Maade Hfmrkman of I I ILnchlooaa I! nBBBM>MI>>>>MBBMBBiBMBBMBMSB MBMM .M mM 0..... Mirrors India. peat.
    I, 2 /0 !!;! 1 list c & Mower Co. Tub rnelsa. rs Slt.wefiPeers
    rWI r ., ._ :::::. day.Mr U vlolilnir h.re s B & G Motors Co.
    e.n.-.a ..nsN and Mr*. Clyd. MtrVk- Wh.d..e. Awalagc'ar. .
    _.ra .. this week" with Mr and Mr*. RUSS'S SHEET Jrw An4nxm.. MIT.llnmrlilr .
    .
    MINIUM NIGH land and andy of Miami .' Wallpaper .*....
    J w.-e ea 2...1299 .5 -1"i" Joe Forsyth. I 1ADlUACOUeMOII'UaAI.DI: Chain. SAW '
    "----/ .- -_ GLOSS IMAMfl = :w:..;. pent bet week. with Mr and I METAL INC. ,r.n/ Conmltallv*.
    C. A Cox was taken to| M.U.jJt: jk aicavicRHffmln )
    1 also ev..n N arw/a Mr B. T Tnoma sr IJF.RvtCII 116 NW, Blztoentti Bt.-
    Bradford Coning Hoepttel 1 Ins At frt All Make
    gems... aaM rays.- r.nm MUMT. '
    . S6.2! 2ad FREE BUY 2 AND SAVE S898 1ilG1ATi.: FREE Bruugbton Judy *and nd Mryrrnrt MUI) Starke Monday fur treatment, PILe .tIIoI1 at Cs .l Care I/eallag
    ,, Candy Wwidbum, ut Rtrk His mm and daughtorInlac.Mr Taken On O..dilU Tra and ,)(n. C A. Cos, Jr.. Air (uadltlnalsgi 2037 ttr. Illvl leln.avtll.Ione
    INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR PAINTS. pent Uw we.k.n4 In Maml.: 377-33A*
    UNE OF OTHER
    COMPUTE of IfUml. have b: *-vUltlng. W. W. lirh. aL ill i Ocala Chrome
    Mr, and Mrs. H>y Urf 1Ir-e Metal Just Off W.lrW" lln4 I
    ton and baby of rMm.rvllle this, last week, during bie UN '
    rIlorg J7I-7IH C'ONiTKTK: .: : I'UOIWCTH( Plating Inc.

    spent lest werk wttb ...... par Maa --- ,
    Mrs tfrnr Rhodrn vas able I Ito 3379: N E.: 18", Terrace C IAS v. Nickel. Chromium
    lice, Mr And )fr.. Carl IN3tOiT THAT ALL YOUR
    PAINT SPRAYER FOR RENT 4retlcM .return h err Monday from 041.YCNVifJJtI974.5T42 ', PKfJUCcrtilAR. 'Itdn1Ium. a.l.UU J'\n.IahIq
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    OODOK DAsXTOODGK CU csErE:
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    Bradford County llewpitajwhere sus, ,4-2, 2f.m. cu.r.om BufflrufILVLH.
    TKL'CJDI TUB) 812fT ?newtEdwards
    a*>. has been receiving i ANTIIItE ('I.JL'IO:

    COMPLETE tree-Urvrnt. Building I : BKAJiM.! CORa

    WILLIAMSJEWELRY Mrs L. L. Matson, underwentan ................ rued. .w Automatie Tr.n..I..ronCity Supply, Inc. Industrial Hard Chrome
    AUTOMATIC
    ot r tm at L.r..ttw'a IIos 1U4 NE SSM Ars.. Oval
    724 a. Main '71U44CAItDK.V
    LT.MT3Gal.: $10-oo petal In Starke Thursday \'Poole-Cable Motor nAf+,.nVIIJJ.- Mfdl nisi .....1.

    Jut *_*. Automatic

    Tank ( Day Mr. and Mrs. C. U Jacobs of'JackjonvlUe ll. .. K. J* A.... Oaklsevnl.901O14E TYI'EWitITEltBHancock !

    REPAIRS : were ....end rrt- i4i Trarumucion Inc. HtflMMJKH\ : I
    I OfficeEQUIPMENT
    platters here with thU' brother ,;
    MACIflNRENGRAVING .
    & Far! Inc. .
    : ; >Uv liMr and MCr. Mr.' Ref, Jk Cs haf rr Johnson *, :

    SCHOOL' IZWELRYIJIAMONilB: and Mrs O oQowot D. PIefte.I 1 Tropical Pontiac I AU Makes<< and Mo>l.l<* I i CninpiM Un at I Smnh-Orrrona-An.botlaed
    -- Mrs. BU Alderman sad I IeNJdI'wn. .lrfJ"-rlA: T"-- I Dealer!

    CARTER PAINTS Kathy arid Ttiomas. Inc. I I TWl'CKM A C.\H I YERTtL1AZMSinurekkdrret: I ClarrVIeT.laU.Addtnlr .

    MARY L D. RRACELETS ere vlsaUnc SM VtndnU with,' Tactic OMC: CINI"'ERrOJlT'AO' i I Drwrlnmet.r rr..TNt.td Supyw... llactitnw. Calculator'

    e" 353 \. Tempi Phon* WI-S201) C IKrO/ I CHARMS ETC. her parents' afte mew time WUHJC OUARANTUDSLTifIET : -w. Rent rrttUs. Bprwdsrs I' HALJB -SERVICERCrTTAld
    here 'with Mr. arid Mrs. T_ SATE: TTMr-dbcuM 7MV' n.IremenU .
    .t I r1.A.vV *34 ttVf Sth A...
    1.000 Maul Ccrfn STORKS COAST TO COAST J. dennan.: .. with .a f rul.
    .. I Stark. Fla. Mla 13J: tn WbiUey of 234 MW au A" OaneavII I 1409 H 3tatnI rum""tE: 111.enl US N. Main St.. o.1M.yWePbDne

    I Ij !i I I BroofcsrUle baa been visiting I'J...] I O.ls.anle 171-SIM I Getneetla. Pta. I 11t3 .-


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    FOURTEEN BltAPFORP COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKB. FLORIDA .. THCRSDAT.!' TdfK 11. 19...5..Ij f,
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    [I : I m. MYF Council meeting. 0 17, at 8 p.m. at the Masonic Courthom In Rtiirk. Florida. A'1D :oI'I'I1': TO UIiI"E'U: ..!I Ii '
    I Ir within the l lelf..1 hour nt wilo I In The :Nam. or the . Snack for MYF Hall Brownlee .
    m. Supper
    p.
    on Street.
    ''' R NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED -slater l on the :Slat day ..t Jun.., llt,5. of Plot'Ida: Ti Uula. JlI'Hi.' ,'ol|
    ( : i B p. m. Youth Meetings/ 6:30: Alma Bacon: W.M.; Rev the following NerlbiJ, | lu l'xmplnxr, Cxlxua, l'u"lal '2b.
    :
    I p. m. Evening Worship 7:30p. : Damon Dell, W.P. t-rty a. not forth. In ald 'a'o: I'aulu.: Hrmll: I AUTO 4 I I
    h CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY D4ri'i.. .owltft.t ..flr"I'-1 You .xra hereby notlri.sl than I :
    E1 1 11'lll'llCll I : m. I Plv 451.: Illork a null In nqulty fur divas Mhim '
    ,, l II Monday Wesleyan MYF I 1191. KKVKIOMCM' : : ii hen filed aicalnHt y..u. LyIxrllln
    Sub-district meeting at Lake '1'.U KM.: loll b Mcfurillnw <.; |I \ Hoar** Hollo, In the .
    I I I SCHOOL NEWS I In last week's paper. Mrs. OTIK ivi-Kvriov: '[ TOIIKt.lxlKII pint' rrrurdcil In I'lot lluukl I above nmned Court, and you ar tand I /
    :: Butler 7:30: p. m. Visitation | The summer program/ willstart Maurice J. White reporter.Rev. Notice: 'TI'I''OIM' %.%MH]I MHHV It unit 'Ml. of 'h* rurrrnt hrrrhyl' amnuwnrvd. onlu, ,. J

    or nou Committee meets In Ladles, June 21 at C. C. Anderson A. Vlnson, pastor. Iho .iindnralKniMl.In hereby. under dlvcn the pro.thai I fxrd'oral Yuallr y.rrfi FInr1An.Tnartkrr .nlw, oflrxd. -I ton .answer riiriulr or In"l file..r.nHea V" r tu wo theiiiti ,'' ''I

    V.H. SU1 it\vtey, F'hl. Bible Classroom 730.: |I I and RJE High Schools. I CHURCH NEWS "I"I of Chapter u'mi.! LmwMat ; 1 .*lfh n gmrr heal.*r.llafil |>laliit In .said raune In thofflre '
    Tuesday Commission onStewardship ,, The courses offered will be as I Services began Sunday I wllh, Aim nt willroKlmor Ihlw 1Juy I off JUKI, of the I flcik, if i h. n,,<.r.l
    I the Clork of thecircuit
    Sunday, School 10 A. U. IIHin. Mtyltfd Court at Hturlc, UruJ-.
    and Finance follows: at C. C. Anderson at Oreater Allen Chapel AME Morning! Worship' 11 meeting In Ladles Bible Classroom :I i County Kl'>rlda, upon reiollit (',.rk ui the flrccilt OuurtHv ,
    I swimming will be taught In I Church with Sunday School .. .. faro the 12th day.of .1111,", IIIe:
    '' nt liroof of piil>lln tl n at ,
    Evening Service 7:30: p. : 7:30: p. m. I I : llauliih M. M'oidyiHjHtty and to serve a *>l>y 'tn*er.tupon
    the morning reading skill at 10 a. m. with Miss Fannie thin not loo, the flr-tllloui IIHITIStit (Clerk
    YPE WcdnoHilay' 7:30: [ Wednesday Junior Choir 1 story tell film strips and I Bell Frazier In charge MornIng PiirritniorA/ .. rlrtmtm. under (CHANIH.KK.: ONKAI: CAKU- Yawn, whuau A Hhaw addrpHt iihiltitiffKattorneya IH: 122 O
    Robert Yates practice. 4 m. Prayer M et- other will be which.. w. era" nKUffed. In buMl- I I.SIK.I : AVKFIA.: UltAYf. South Walnut xtriet .;;,Ixl,,1'I ,
    p. helpful skills service at 11 with the JunIor at t' U.
    I Florida, on or |>ef' r aald 1 Jxn
    ing 7:30: p. m. taught! In the afternoon Church In charge! The Mla.Newell FlorMa. .. ait required by the law.* of
    DKTIIRI. \PTIST : Thursday Chancel Choir The sume courses will be speaker was Miss Carolyn Raymond Hernard 1:. Parrnmore, 111 Andr.wil and 6/17 11 Florida, Hnd thi. inl 1.m. if i I Ut.tr I. you 60TT/J HflslD IT TO

    ICIltJKCIISunday ; i rehearsal], 7:30: p. m. taught at RJE for reading( enrichment Thomas All members and Htarke. Mla., ownxrr.DateA Iv /-nails Maur oF. | .detrri't Meedtire.* pro If yew confeitiio fall to w'II In au.a I.... TIM, WHEN IT fOMCi TO CRRS:
    l
    School, Jt) a I IMornllg ( I along with driver's friends are Invited to attend. this l 180" day uf June '1'll r: P:1////11 .11.111 I \l. C l IIt- tMt'Tid awHlnnt, you for i'I''i*. rr.Ilrf i -
    1"1. D, ID'IG! '!! at "Htarke' lirailford .
    IN 1\I/l lKOIl
    F'1.111/1111 '
    Service, 11 | Board OK'sJunior education. All students recom- Evening service will be held at Florida.. i'll'sN till%II... II. .I.a.I",nutti-c 1 Khali In the he rn VnbIIJr uplr'nl.lThlx I and when It routes tot
    I mended to attend these classes 6 with Rev. L, A. 8/17 tt T/8 ... ., ,: I
    Training Union 6:30: p. p. m. Sampson 1% I II \\4 :It' ..d unceaih w ,K fur Awe>
    Evening Service 7:30: p j I are asked to attend for personal I pastor In charge I 1'AuF7rti 1:1-111:1.: : ..on."llv. wrrkx In the liiuUturi xerlkr. you not to huiil It
    ; College I NOTIf'V.: MarlllH. Hi.ttrfli I-ullu, '''''mty TelttufriipUVIT.VEKH .
    Midweek Service, ] Improvement. The church Is for .. 1'lalntlff, .. to Prewvtt+ Shell SerMc.
    working 0'" TAI: :<" */1.'1TI NTh ,. my hnn<1 and I d.Mf ,
    7 p.m.-Rev. W. L> We are asking all parentsto the Annual Women's Day program I .. Koaril of County Cmnmlr! -vx. DI\.r. al of aatft ,'.."r. al rttrfrt.' *.
    I : I ResolutionThe please cooperate with us as xlnnrrx which will be held Sunday .
    I Klnrl'ln, will m....t lit the 1'ourlhouxft IlrfenAxnt.OIIUMat .. !Itfflu! .
    PRESRI'TElt1.1C11L'RCII .limp./
    FIRST |I III. I they have In the! past In helpIng 1 July 18. All members are In the clerk'M OffliA.; onTueaday OK ..l......,'' IIOX I jD II day ?f rhiirli- A. Uatby I I PRESCOTTShell I

    Bradford County us to keep the swimming( asked to cooperate with yourcaptains July N, lonG. al 10.00: I! Clerk, of the Cln: ult VMII t I
    I A. M., a* a Huard uf Kiiuallzemfor Bradford ('unty Vlor'rtaHy !
    Walton Orady School] Board voted unanimously program safe. "Safety" Is our and pay your pledge the ptiruoH.. of hearing. Uorothy W MllllusUrputy '
    Schedule for week or Tuesday June 8. to motto C. C. Anderson and In order to make this a suc- complalnta and ret'ttlvlnff t.Htl* \ I "i'l'-rl. Service

    20: : participate with 1 Alachua Jessie Moore, principals. cessful drive. Please start rnony aa to th. value I of anyproperly \\41'1"1. W THIi I
    .
    real or neraonal, a / I 210 s. TCMPIJJ: AVE.
    Sunday Sunday : County In a Joint Junior col- U'NKKAI: NOTICE working now In order to be. fixed l hv the Tax AMimmwr. for PIIH'IfITxl'RT II J

    I lege program( without restrictions Services for Miss Mildred ready when the roll Is called. the year Iftlli avalnat the awn I I-
    er or agent uf such property I Ilearare
    as to site. I Griffin who expired at Bradford All! Junior church members ( W Robert Jr.. v 1 AUTO um.v INC. ..

    At the same time the board County Hospital on May arc asked to meet each Mon Chairman: Board of uaocn HAHDWAM: AND sum*'
    County. CfimmtMKloner.Kradfurd .
    named the following three 30. after a brief Illness, 'was day at 4 p. m. for rehearsaland County Kl.irlda

    members to a permanent Junior I held Sunday June 13 at 2 meeting I'IF.AI' ) '' STARKE I '

    at Greater Allen Operation Ileiul Start AttOHt.Charlea. 'I f .
    College Advisory Committee j p. m Chapel A Horny
    AIR C0 to serve with member AME Church with Rev. L. A. Operation Mend Start began/ Clerk an Audllor MOTOR

    from! Alachua County: Ouy Sampson officiating1. at R.IK; High; School with a tt /17

    Andrews, for a three year Cilltl, !SCOUTS .staff of eight workers who are f
    iv TIIK: din"I rr nil ii r or'
    ]I
    term; S. O. Denmark two | All Girl Scouts are asked to working: very hard to achieve .....'>HII> \, r.if.HTii Jt ",. I PARTS
    'xT' ]I
    years: and J. F. Blood worth, meet Monday at 4 p. m. In success1. The enrollment wan. 1IA1. <"IH( .r. K IA/1 KIMI nltPe

    one year i I i; room 22 at RJE IIIMh School. very (food the first. day and HIAIMUN11111: >TV. l\ ( I 1
    ( litPIIYIlurtxaae
    I Prior to a vote on the mo- 'I I ....:I' KI: S-1I0f'I.MAN continues to Increase each day. Porerloaiir.. I r
    tlon board member }i. A. I' WFunIN(1: Hie ]Head Start Project Is a Oiine. No I3.44X

    Lawson asked "Does this I I I Rev and Mrs. Alphon.no bridge between the home earlschool liMa"MRhRFi.AI.: AH.1'H.'IATJO-l NATIONAL- a MOHT-corporation ,,I I

    mean that we go along regard- ', Jenkins Sr announce the engagement tor those children who ,
    r less of the site?" I| of their daughter, will be .nix years old before VH Plaintiff ..I .f.fhr
    I
    School Supt. Tom Casey replied Joan Elaine to A2C James C. December 31, IM, Prof. Anilcrson F.nWARO c. I-KHRY: and wife lioncledBrake SHOCKS
    and the .stuff are grateful MAL'ftKNH.: J. PKKKYr:
    "We have been told that
    1 Huffman, son of Mr. and Mrs. "fi>ndrtntMNOTK'K f ,
    our request that It be locatedas James W. Ilaffman of Harrisburg to the parents' for the OP MOIITU' "IIK: /l I Il Shoes Original Equipment

    near to Bradford County as Pa. The bride-elect !Is a splendid cooperation given In Ft'nf'I"-', >>IITIU1. It.\/.1'1/ : ry W 1 1JX Type
    IIY 1 CI.KHK/ : .
    this r.lt/,
    project. wf.y
    possible! will be given every graduate of RJE High Schooli Nolle la hereby Klvvn purmiant 4Y Ford-Chev.
    consideration." I i and $ethune-Cookman Col The staff la as follows: Mrs. to a Final D"rre" iifKoreHoNiirft
    The board had previously logo Daytona Beach. Fletcher Mrs. Anderson Mra.BeHHle / dated June 3, Ifftlfi\ Plymouth
    / and entered In C'hanr.ry Cuae $7.60Each
    endorsed a bid by the City of I i Airman Haffman 8 a grad- I, Lee, Miss A. B. Ander- No. 19-/X1. of the I Circuit Courtof BUT YOU CAN TRUST
    I-Wheels
    Waldo for location of the proposed I|! unte of John Harris Sr. High: inn, Mra. Snell. Mra. Chandler, the !Klahth Judicial. ('Ir/'ult d
    new college on a tract [ Mrs. Royal and Miss. Dorothy In and for Bradford.. 1 Comity.Plorlila US FOR TOP QUALITYPAINTS -
    .
    i I School In Harrlsburg, Pa. He / wherein :o.n.\I. Premium (:rode
    of land Just north of the pre attended Cheyney state Teachers Hankeraon. NATIKNAF. MOHTO AtlK: AH-
    sent Waldo city ]limits. Band I'nlfornm "o'IATIO:>:, a corporation Plan- 70 \MtrlJ. Jet
    FROM College. Cheyney Pa. tiff and Kn\VAItr .'. PKRKV $11
    Ina resolution adopted I I before enterng Air Force He B. L. Monroe 'hand director, and wife, MXI'RKNK J. PKIIKV TIRE S

    Tuesday the board agreed to Is now with Air Force Missile in happy to announce that the are the hla-heot Pi-fendantu and', beat I will bidder. .....ll for to LUMBERAll Exchange: rrOnu; ) ) I PRICK>

    transfer to the annual budgetsof Test Center Sq. at Cape Ken- I Band Uniform Project has been caiih at the Bradford Cmmty

    the proposed new college a n >dy, and has recently been completed. The lust payment The Builder'sNeeds

    sum of money as required by promoted to Warrant Officer. has been ma<1e. Prof Ander Your NAPA Jobber Is a Good Man

    state board regulations for the The couple has planned a son and the faculty members FIRESTONEFRONT To Know and A Good Place To Go.
    Junior college minimum June wedding/ Starke at the of R.IK High School are grateful I
    WIfJ! < to the entire fl AlITl1 gnrVl V INI
    foundation program. New Bethel Baptist Church. community KM AIJONMKNT

    The marriage will take place I organizations business enterprises I By Krtory. Tratwd !Mrrhanlcanil I 41* E. OWNUt ST.PHONl Starke Motor Parts Co. Inc.

    We ]Itcfund All : / Storage Facility June 20 at 4 p. m. The public and every Individual who l'rp<'l"lon UlpiiMmt: | M4-4441

    We Finance: Is Available 'I is tion cordially will be held invited.In A the recep-Sun :: helped worthwhile In effort.completing Hats off the to I I THIS 1 WEEK $5.55 alllDf RC NANDWARf ANO SIIYrIr 155:; W. Hrounlee Street

    Through ASCS day School building following'i iI one and all. To Mo.tn.rl..n Can 301 t, CAU S% Phones 961.0S01-!Ofi) 1-0311
    Itlble Mrhuol HAVK >fS.40

    ;'. We Service Bradford County farmers I I the CAI.VAUV ceremony.nAPTtTCIIURC'tl I Bible School began Mondayat I I PMONC M4-U91 Starke. Fla.

    I I Free Will Baptist Church
    '
    are rem fouled that loans for '
    the pun'hone of storage facilities I Service was held Sunday., under'the'direction of L. C.
    Winkler : McCutcheon[ and, hla staff of
    '
    ore available through with our new pastor In
    'f'I. the ASCS county office. charge! Rev. F. C. Collins. Our workers. Rev. Louis McKay

    231 N. Temple Ave. June CJiupman County Office Steal pastoral Sundays have chang I pastor The Vacation Bible.
    School will 14-
    from June
    Manager. Agricultural Stabilization I ed from the second and fourth run
    27. Commencement will be held
    and Conservation. Ser Sundays to the first and third
    coworkersI I 1 Sunday' June :27 at 6 p.m. at CHevrolet"walks"
    Sundays. Christian
    vice. stated ''that now Is the
    Free Will Church. A
    Baptist ;
    NOW YOU
    time farmers' /Hhonlil begin I worshiped with us! from withIn donation will be asked.Moorel'lui'ii .
    the city of Dukes and Lake
    making/ plans fur adequate \\'wlillngMr.
    Butler. All are Invited and
    YOUR OWN storage facilities for thin year's and Mrs. Jessie J.
    welcome to worship with us In
    crop of corn and soybeans I .
    I I Moore Sr. of Lawtey' announce
    V>::: all our services.
    P' I
    especially. For farmers to take
    '" tho of
    approaching marriage/
    Calvary Baptist Church Is
    r, t : t: I' full advantage: of the price sponsoring its IMS Old Time I their daughter, Mlna Rom Lee

    ....... ..':.'..--.J--' '""Jft'1 support loan program/ for Revival. starting Monday[ Moore, to Robert Floras" of
    ." > these they muHt ''bo stor Tallahassee. The wedding, will
    crop
    .
    m.1
    f, v .' night. June 14. 1065 at 7 p.
    if, r_' .".. ed In an adequate storage facility. be an event of Saturday, June i
    :"'1>1 through June 23. All! Combat
    .
    t' A 10 at 3pm. In the Mt. Zlon 1
    T. ':'. ''' ; 1.10 since prices forfarm Veterans of the Christian rrr
    ''I> ,"':' "" AME church In r 1
    commodities are often I Lawtey.nW
    'II, ... Army are hereby alerted for ri
    tations. will not be sent. I .
    ,
    harvest limo
    depressed during
    / I
    .ill .
    '. .,. this Invasion campalan against r
    11 Friends of the family are in
    II. often pays to tore themon gin and Satan. The Revivalist ,

    1't : V ,\. the farm for a time until will be Dr. Brown | vited.
    t .. : Tho Greater Allen ChapelAMK
    ., supplies' are reduced and
    .', .. ( prices from Cairo Oa. Please do not'
    .. recover.Storage forget the date and orcnslonl, Church Rev. U A.I[

    r '" facility loans are for we will bo expecting you.- '' Sampson: pastor Sunday ? x ,,,,,-....... .- '
    School at 10 with Mlsa
    n m. ;
    available for up to 80 Deacon James Carwell. reporter -
    prrcrnll
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    ;t. I Kannle Hell Frazier In charge. i '
    \_ i r i
    of the cost of the approved' ttev. F. C. Collliui. 'I aJil 3iai7ti
    held'at u J'
    Morning service will be 3 : > ill
    ptrupture In most 'IIHeM. The pastor
    i iSKW
    I 11 a.m. At 3 p.m. tho Choir
    PRICE loan are repayable In four : BKTIIEL: : B.ll'TISTClllItf'll ti.I _rn
    Union '
    will be held at Greater
    annual Installment.. at four ?
    Allen Chapel. Evening: service I
    percent !interest. I Sunday School was held will 'be at 0 Immediately!'
    t p.m.
    Mrs. Chapman stated that at 10 a. m. with Deacon Roy | V
    after evening; service the pantor -
    $ I loans are also available for I al, Su;>t. in charge. 11 a. m. Is I asking all officers and
    1 1r Baptism after morning service. I
    purchasing storage
    f I equipmentmirh members to pie,ule be presentIn
    mobile and I' 5:30: p. m. BTU with Mrs. Mu- ,
    a* dryers ventllntors a business meeting of vital
    rte Thomas In charge! At 6 p. .. ,M' ', %f'.WL,) : ..
    r, for drylnsr the mm- importance I w ya. J I r ,, .. r.-- .. .i 'IW

    '. A modifies being1' stored. These, m. Communion service. OR.H;' NIK lea I
    Please accept my sincere a-
    loans. ore nvalliWe, for 111't"' All member of Dell Chap

    f 11ppr: cent. of the delivered,' polo MY for the error I made ter 164 OKS.. are asked Col I
    on the date for the Biiptlsm
    1 1f. and' aftvembled. cost, excludinglabor. please meet Thursday, June I

    Three Innns. Are rpl"ftv'lnhl. i I

    .. In three annual 'Install. W'orkpoW'er
    tully equipped d
    f. manta, also at 4 per rent In ,

    M terest.Formers. .

    r i Interested In morel'

    informntlon nn the fnrm lint

    II>, aare fm-IWy loan program areurged PAINT FOR A
    I 'M.e t to contact the ASPS rigm: over bumps and trouble!

    t county offloe located In the PICTURE-PRETTY HOME .

    I I I I Agricultural nllll
    :: : Temple Ave Starke.; WE: HEM: YOUK( HOUSE: TO
    : :
    , --- !LOOK() 1'l'M'tUY: mST: smooths rough roads, protects truck, driver and cargo from excessivey

    I j a, ; --..:;;: I'I'b.i 1 Enjoy: t the pleasure\ ofliting jolting. And on Chevrolet pickups it's a proved system with millionsof


    CHECK OUR in n beautiful miles of user experience behind it Try it out on ,
    freshly painted home. ?
    -
    f ASK TO SEE ONE I I See us for top workmanship 1 J one of Chevrolet's great Fleetside or Stepside pickups. :

    t .
    +/. TALK TO A Rentalla able co clt t.at Free reason estimate. : I It's one of the big reasons that Chevrolet is


    .t, mm.: tCl r first choice with pickup users from coast to coast. NO. 1 WAY TO WORK


    ,, ". I See your Chevrolet dealer about any type of truck.

    I'O U.MOIJE[ I .. -
    (): Joseph R. Boyer - -
    $1 Per Day -
    Ktl'O: : : ()I
    AM NFAV rOIlT.11L.KS Licensed! Tainting (Contractor!9) M3ft2Wm. f 09 8144


    [ f* FRED S. T. Jackson

    f f I EmersonDahmer's 1 WALT HULICK CHEVROLET Inc.

    r i. Residential IJI.l1 faint ]Ih'altr1.1001!) ,

    Marc:\ Jackson :Mjrr.\

    t (FORMERLY GATEWAY CHEVROLET INC.)
    112E... can 1'h.9fi1.1771!) I i I ,

    ,? Box 172 ; I i I u. S. 301 (NORTH) STARKE. FLA. PHONE 9 Kt90o.








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