Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/01460
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 26, 1965
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:01460
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Mayor, Clerk In Free Classes For $35,500Defender

3 Races On TapIn On IntegratedBasis AwardedExpexiinental

City ElectionTwo MondayBradford Grant

i a schools will open

t Starke politicians. Mayor Randal Chitty and Monday morning August. 30.

City Clerk Merrill\ Edwards are breathing easier now on an livtergrated basis for Uv .

that they have passed Tuesday's qualifying deadlinefor first. time in history To Study Misdemeanors

) ;s the! September 14 city election without drawing Thirty. Negro students: have

}. opposition. registered to attend various"

4 Two city council races: haredeveloped asked "WhJ''T" Ronser replied: county schools at all graddlevel : Rgw In Bradford CountyPublic

'( however and) a Tor poUtlcai reasons. Its f't
*, except 4, 8, 9. and 10.

r spirited ctaah. has developed known all over town that you Bradford High baa 13 Negroes I Defender 1&. A. (Buzzy) Green Jr.? of the
.or Chief of Police: since 're campaigning: : for my job."
vied t 8th Judicial Circuit nnnounccU yesterday that his office
registered two of them In the
Taunctlman Ewell Lawson
re- Lawson replied has been selected by the National Defender 1'ro-
tnquished his council seat'ast seventh grade and 11 In glades ,
made mind
\ up his yet ject for a $3 ,OOO Ford Foundation' grant to experi-
week to qualify for Chief but "you" l tRoBaerl are helpIng 11 and 19. SUrke Elementaryhas > ;

Bill! Hosier's Job Former me make It up fast.. an identical number 13. ment in Bradford County on defending indigent

Jtarke polio officer Jam** A. charged with misdemeanors.The .
Rosaer. 33. to aeektnc MX In grails 1. 2. 3, 0. and 6Boutludde .
(Jimmy] Sullivan rounds out mlademeaiMW: experi
third term at chief Sullivan. Elementary has on
I a trio seeking Is a newcomer to the political Negro registered< in the second,
In A Cool HeadMickey ring and resigned hilt positionas grade and Lawny Junior HUh
Mrs. Ruby John. dear of the while intoxicated. Th grant law student co-ortHnator! i i Ire.'MJ"Cb
heavy equipment operatorfor ha* three registered one each ... .. ........ ..
board with<< five terms behind -- --- "" covet a two year period and clerk. The aawtetanl' defer -
I the> County Road Department In 1. 9. and 4.
ber. to being dmUomraj: tor her has been, approved\\ fay county aer will b* stationed In
to run. School is opening five days Dale
Agner hefty Tornado fulltxark. reta a ready ....., from aquadmate Group" IV post by the local later : win
Mayor Chitty serve lib
Dwight Elder and Jimmy Bhwk.har .la carrying( out the. roach's InatmeUooa to Rambler dealer. W J. Dodd. a 77 fewer students 1"t'II1et.er.d Judge T. A. Yawn County Atontey Tire National Defender Pro-
third consecutive term In office.
"keep a cool ......" under all condition! : newcomer to city politics. Lew8On' He Registration totaled 1,407 Appointed PageIn Ooriis Pierre, and the ject Is a coordinating committee -
ts employee of the
i an
vacated Group II posts County Commission" Green composed of a Dowrd
That'. a tough anaJgnment! with the DWft'urynal; ...a.to 100 under an August DuPont Company and an. officer Wednesday but. more, student
being sought by two. : Or. U. S. HouseD representingth* American"
sun. but the boys do their beat with the aid of a pair of hair clippers and. a I Calvin J of .he<< Florida! National are expected! to enter school said.A
lloupt local special act of the Florida Bar ->elation and the !fa-
bucket of ke water. oatH-I Guard. Monday:: Bupt. Tom Casey
pathlc surgeon who Croxby, son of Mr. and Legislator alto permits! Grew<< dental Legal Aid ajwl Defender

Fashion note Beatl bans;* are definitelyout" on th. Tornado aquavd thus fall. I II successfully: 1Iu'MI'. and i City Clerk Merrilliward./ say. This compare! to an attendance Mrs. Albert Lt'4II crosby of to receive( the funds for the ex: Aiaoclatlon Th. Project. has..
1s his of 1.4(14( at set for fourth straight
I II Jimmy I IPoUickerl. ) MeRae : of school but term. fltarke. haa been appointed byCongreMMnan pertinent The funds will be received ubabantlal grants

I who U making his initial bid : term. books will First grade students reglaterlrwr D It. Matthewsto distributed\ to Green's, office from !the. Ford Foundation"
City registration
for the office I through" the usual pi settees of and. In turn I make grants |oqualified
$102,000 Counterfeit oboe this Saturday.; August 38 :Monday will not be allowed serve a* a page In the
I Hottest I .
development In the the State. Budget Commission, applicant who submit -
Season Grid election so far ha been Roeaer's I when the City: Hall clones at 1 to Attend classes according House of Representatives for Given said. experimental plum oonlUtent -

Absentee ballots be to Caiwy.: because of the month of September, .
July 1 noon. will & with .
request that Law. The grant to the 8th Judicial reform arks improvement
Tickets On Sale eon third available) Friday at the cityhall. the constant! Interruptions! Dole! wlU be a Junior In 'htuh'
a term council memer. Circuit represent the of existing criminal
Bigham ChargedWith Voters may write the city they would cause. They will school this year' and will enter
> relgn hi* eppoliUment aj largest! In the southeanb and U procedure.
clerk's office<<: for an absentee begin Tuesday.Sahoul : Bile upon his rvbtu-n from
Seaaon football tickets for Safety Oommitu chairman. the only grant or( Its. kind Oreen thinks th* nilsdemeojiur -
ballot or they may go to the holiday will be the Wathtouton. Ito served. 04 Ben.ator
When the
tour 1145 horn games( are on 7-yar-old Lawson within the United States!! defense program,
office tn person and vote .n same aa Ian term with the In the Student Govern
ale for ST. a dollar less than Often> ..,.. though limited to Bradford
Bills absent ballot. student getting their first meat. at BItS from the 10th
Bogus the $8 for flve gama; last **aun. As will as to finance a County. will benefit the enthecircuit. ,
For' the first time a city respite on Labor Day. September grade last year' and maintained
Damage Suit 4otlor may. go Into a second 5. just a. week after school a. better titan B avenge' In murirl MI.demeUWDef He say It will puke:
1'11. Telegraph incorr.ctlysported Program In BratUord. Countyth other facet of hl. program.
William E. (Bill) Big-hum. 43, of Hrooker.. and last week that. the Filed primary U no mast In the begins ..chout. lid played varsity: and grant twill be used to ex- more effsrUve and
Shelby M. Thrift 45. of Lake City were arrented. tickets sold for *6.AO last year Against t.hreechief'. race wins by Reirlatratlons. by: acliools Is: American Legion baseball and paid existing\ felony reurmen'tatloit '- \ and experience\ : gamed InBradfot'd
SImple majority In the first BUS. 1.170; HJK HUih Bchool. was 011 th* junior varsity in
I Instead of $'.
Tuesday at a bus utation in Lake City and charged l Theatre within the entire clr will b* of great voJiv
630 .
Here voting September 14. The : Staik : baaketbull.Uule
M IT for four horn ** Elementary, 607; .
gam cult. Two yearn+, tied" trie U. a when ajwt It the Counts ilecise
with possession and pausing of counterfeit bill\ *. )Jaw requiring a. runoff was Boulhalde Elementary: 304 will leave for Washing
the rat ;

per rant u U.7 compaietirt Supreme Court: held all Innolvenl m1adcl1llCl1UlCl.l'. maJorl.4
,Tn two men were taken before tD'flAG> par granthtat A cult..tar damajr 'In 'ow*. passed ev raJ.. years ago,,when!, Lawtey Junior High. 2J1;It Ait-, ton on Auguat. 30 snit while 'fKvndenl!" 4-hnrgaiJ lory.Thieves>. 7,

0 U. 8. commissioner In t.t\. Cocoa arrest, th* Q 1ne*- sosson at $S for II". bom ('..* of .1.0OO has bn sled a ohan* In ehx-Uon procedure demon Junior Hitch. 213: drivingas !p live to CurtgreNS with t"lollt.e. ntlllml to

Jacksonville ahem Bighorn's rUle invcU(ati3n\ ) tntenotned pm_. The rwaxon for only In Circuit Court by .dam Hornnbarf splK.Ui city. Into five croups Hampton Junior Iflirti. 03. and man MJatth_., will atteiUpexlHl a free legal (counsel now. suppllrd .

bond: was set at $15.000. and and undercover agent was four homa game. till seasont ( against. Barkodal hereby a candidate moat run Drooker" Junior JIlnJi\ 71, school for p........, lour I In Florida by pulbllo de Hit

-Thrift' at 11.000. Both posted' able to arrange a meeting of that Bishop Kenny' of Jackoonvlll Theatres. Inc. for a seat In a specific group. hours dally, fenders. mirh, ss Green,

bond and were released... J ilmself. Blchamj! anj the in- I \ *, a Clsvs AA school<,, In Me complaint. Ronbr; .- Most thatImllgfiiU Blue TavernThieves
attorneys" agree
Ron Stanley of the Alaehua I dormer: "In a. OalxieavUle motel" dropped the Tornadoes after' -a Innal dealer In ** ondnan<) Golf Tourney charged.. wlU mUdrmeutuim. .. -

1 loom where the Ment mad a last. avajun's 3eV drubbing: mrchajMUalleg. that he
County aheilTrs office s I Get ISM" nerloiix' offenses. robbed the juke :
that 1103.000 In bogus bills teal to purtnattt 103.0OO Incomplete ,[ Sine *cbdul.>e are mad up ncuirmt bodily injuries at the e'1'rlillt111tlg'T.msrlal
Trophies To Be are also entitled to free at the Ulue Tavern on Drown-
the' at 1.wo In advanr. Florida Theatre
area confiscated: from a Lake : years In Rtarke on
counsel! but tilt! state does not lee Htreet sumetlmai Friday
motel. I Stanley: said.Bwham tr'anII&Cuon'I' It has been ImpoMlM for Sept. 27, 1M4. when he stepped 1
City and! were Athletic Director iJavtd Hurae on an Iced soft drink and Given Friday artUt (miimnly known aa barber. ) InMlMrke now provide fund. for Uilt ta night or Batunlay morning
According to Stanley arrest It doe for felontn. The mldeniewnor *- but netted 1 lose than $IO, according -
rested: at. the Lake City bus i to schedule a fifth horns ga of Stark
defense experiment to !! police.
four-month Investigation! ofcounterfeit itttlon.: when they tried to I this aeasun. II. .is however The ptantlff !I. r.prntad Tropht'1' for .winners In the lu the tune of nine VIH.IMM) a year by: J.V:

bills In the :ompiete the Ceal:. Stanley ;t negotiating/ for a Lath road by attorney O.ne Shaw of Club CJvunpionUilp Tournament rent .haircuts tip I am., with Tampa J..ult, to I be both a model amid a study the box had been emptlml the
( Yawn A: Shaw.District of the Sttrk Oolf .A A delegation. Including Ira T. Young 1V.(! SlcIse.sl..
OcUnftvU1e area conducted: by: will be
laid.Similar I round out a full 10 gam In that. utatliitU-al data ,day before the brook-tn and
the Alaehua. County: sheriffs charges have been ..e.aon.BI.3. Country Club will D
office ann! the U. & Secret. placed against. the pair in I i cheerleader art selling Governor ad at a social fathering In the .Mm-rlcniiy, and ....* HerHa. Iff Ntark registered the. rom that actual nwi,. In this cam Is still under" lms.Uua-.

Service agvnt He said the DJlnesvUl which Is In a dlf- I the season tlcavts now and club house at. 7:10: p. m. Friday plaint ret-ently through the. Ibirliero "Hunllory, t'oiiunlmlunIn area oC the law will be clarified tlon.

counterfeit notes. began appearing rtfent U. 8. court district '''ar. attempting: to contact Speaks To Rotary Refreshment will be sere Tallaluwe. Th. r in Gainesville last For the past several yearsBtxh.m v..d. but Uv. supper, previously
manufacturing everyone who purchased one Dtetrtct Governor will not be held Halnwright, director of tho. tlurhla. IllvUlon of (C'orrertlun In other words. It will bit an Fourth Arrest
April and notes with the same tms been 8yd Andrew announced .
last. year to glv UIe pvrchasr '' effort .to to. th* I..gU& *
of of the The barhera. who" say they ar. being "'"1'-1.. rite a prove
Tallahas winner
stDrooker. .
aerial numbers also began: appearing feed mill in a plAnt Brat choice on the sam paid an Th 11/8/ tatuto that the wrrlres ol ta I Made In
in Louisiana. Alabama. I', ticket for the ltM3: ...II It. If official visit, to the Starke Rotary tournament was Cl d* Trrwlllecar slate law l whbh permit an himatn to rot .hair, but maintain be
JJmnUI -
defenders esr.muled
and: Miami. : a purchaser" i. not contactedand Club thU week. attending with Dam nrth .. run Ihrnthe, / hearing huuhl. .b* MinllMl l I.i Inmate nt the public Green believes, torover Antique Theft

"We were getting so many: Receives de re. to. obtain th. ameseat an aawmbly: of chairmanand ner-up Flight\ winners were ln.tltutl..... They.. claIm thai prison emplnyee era also r- mlwbynaanors.Tte \all .

City .leaf h director Tunriay night 1st- Jim Chastrvn; David A fourth arrest warn made
In this area we lured the he had year may 'and retting rul-ruto holrrul' In lh prison ahnp.I'rliwn grunt entities. Green to

base of operations must be\I contact: the BUS melD office the regular luncheonmrrttng SUcox. runnerup.2nd Hii..I..rln..d.nt| l 1.eMll,| NlmUIr. calil Timriay h* rnvploy sn SMlntant. puMle tie- this .week kiv cotknectlun. of
Final Check Wednesday.The Hatcher: Jack dollars of antiques 1
and the ticket. win be deliver lIam &hoUl>and of
dose by. he said. A sheriffsInvestigator .
: ha nut yet 'been hifoniwst' of any uWloltm. nuul In line matter .
&aIIned.3 e.L Governor praised the j i Eaves: runner-up. from a home near Law

the eau and was about the middle [For DamagesCarl rleM. I. Tip-Top Starka club for Its varied actlvltl 'I,I: :3i-)-. .",** A. Griffin.; John by \lirinwrlght.Express.. I Jaycees Increase Icy: In early May.Juanlta .

of May: a confidential Informer j Coach Hura also report.that ** In community and .Intern Godwin runner-up I II Membership100ra HUM. a Jurkntnivlll,

th. playtng field ia In *tlunaJ -'Ire. and was 4th -- Harold IpDr: : ; arrested. for act
reported that he had been approached -I Roberts. Bradtorc'County I I I woman was

to pass notes In tjt. : director of Civil [)e. good ahap for (h* conning especially. ImpcMnrrl by theclub' Reddish' runnrr-up. School Buses To Get The Blsrke Jaytee have In- inc as a go-between. fur Use.
Ixtlocnlt far th. field I punorhtp of a for.'pi.tudent Other Club activities, ss air ..
are.*. Stanley said fence. they week deUvered' season from Kactf Braoil I rreaurd, their mrmbervhlp by thieves. and cuU mertmmnn tau
I.I nouncnt" by Pro John WaUon ..
Merrill has been donated by lam. ; \ the stolen .ntltfl$.
Service called check to City Clerk Ui hard'hlttlnt
The Secret wa who will attend high school 100 prr cant a
in an-3 a Joint Investigation Edwarda rpresenUn! j U*r bal- Hudoon of Ole ll"" lm Mpread ner thl. year are: Students Home Much EarlierIn drive which started" July. I tceordln' to Bradford 8h"rkU'

continued The arrest of a enrldue" from Federal Disaster .r 8ervir In ChlcHand forth burin the I I Ladle Oolf Aa n. luncheon I r-hrl._... ._ P.rkCY. rurealrtent" of the sut.l\ rlt.l-. .

dentist. tn Cocoa with $I ..OOCtn : Relief AxrManee for pt two yam and Hura plans were* completed club aMemMy.for the'' meeting, 13 rwnn, !'Sept' 3, to organlxatUwi said 1 yesterday Lawrence" Lee rVnlth 2.1: was

bias bill a w-rk ago resulted damage tn city utilltl and baa. servlc prMexl cratltvd forth first annual Rotary Charity,I schedule com golf nc l event->na*. and.. sn effort to get rural For irwtsrwe ll mp an will Tntal' ) nirmt>...rhp! In Uw club arrawtrd, ki early May\ anddtflney

from this Investigation. turret' by Hurricane Dora last Ball to be nM Saturday Sept. diacuw croup UKUW wishing to.pUy vtudrnt home by 1 30 p m. begin scliou) at. I a. m and now stands at. 41 Richard. Hnvltrt and Not
Stanley aids falL Is. from 9 vallabl to '1 The. drive Is\ ortanlwri: aer a wU'". Pwrey, bi,'"n 20. were sr<
to I, a* the Bradford -: *.ach"oa,. Supt Tom Casey dUmlM. at 2:45 p m. 15 minute
After release of th* new of The total amount. received Brookcr Man County Fairground. Musk golf putting on five enpreme owes! earlier than .lat year <>cUeiit between Iwo| team* rested., t in mid-Juii. The cou-

by the eaty was S14.479 50 will be provided by Harry A Junior program to be an-1 I from Bradford Utah to Bruoker ..llti Frank Williams arid Travis : pie la no relatloit to. Lawrence

per rent paid In an adv. '+ne' O:>k.r and hi. orehaetra, ofJackjKinvlll nounced soon to help develop i Hampton. ond Ij.wt y Illuh school turtnt trarvapnrtt Alvar.II'" raptaln/ Trie I Le., Hinlth. The three<< are

IUI.S. payment lat December. and Found Dead .. tumor coif for children of club I i on the rxprs. issues .bug team will hoot. U>* winner hanrxrt, with breaktnir. afar.

SEASONFOOTBALL the remainder this& week nvrmb ona. I Th direct "bue will leave will still carry full ara/V-m0! I at.. "feed" folfejirlnrrkiwr entering and grand) Istrceny.Th .
wa aa.n"o.wed. that In the !| BIM each .,hal day at 1:30 load but will love
It'I'la hoped that near study! : hell were taken
Auirus antiques
Th 8ehool Board recentlyreortv.d Highway the. (Grahaout I I of the drive on
of Burfx/p- future the pros and cOlt com'i imittrrvnrn and go to the oullyln*: whrsbwith seventh paled *t they c.n.. 31 from Ute htm. of ,.... Col. and
: Its' full payment Its will" attend atk '
a supper One at th kava ,
of the Stoke and no atoo at55d| earlyIn
"np1n the amount of $.- I Alaehua County. Sheriffs M the Stark Golf At prenent. War. William Urs William WUaiJR! Th Wll-
will pick up
TICKETSNow K raton' Ifnicht Cluba. along school the Wan addition to Uw new direct and IU captainreertved stathmnt In lauM-
57811.First. Country Club W team .to Inwllng 1 a.ws were
invovttaattner a on *>1nday, I |
ulhorttki are
other chib. will elementary tliwlenta and go on I bt.... '
BR-3JS Sept. 1. This' will take with two JJ iippila from the the 'Jayree Awart'of ana, at UMT" time of the theft
On Sale dead man found on gather for the. p>jrpoa. of .n- Uw-lr Usual 1 rout** to takethem :, ,State. ram will b trrwi. .- .
Graders two roUea aouth. of Brooker place of the regular meetingon )rlI I\ the )MonUi" for him oitatatwlln .anil the home was not occu
eourarmc hiUr-clty: matches. to their home I I"':i to Htark
in Ilradf'jrdCnunty .
They May B. 'I' Wednesday morning that. date. Member may: effort tn recrultliiU \ pied.
Obtained Must Register early com to the. dub at any time At the present) Um Btark No elementary udenu will : bue Instead of a prl-,.1.t. I ,. rn.rnben.I44rw. .

Jrto Carlo ParrHh. 22. ofBrook. tile afternoon. members' are arranclruT tostart bot allows to ride Uv exprM vats ofM. Arran*mmrl" ) havemade U* con".tart.fdt.h. Bookmobile Fall
during where "
From Any Before Monday ... .wa found foUowlnta league similar to Stark. Caey | \ ,
1 *nt -rtalnmnt. will be provided I a golf or direct btw to i' ben with Unlrjii County. following new. memberehav ,
ChHrw.d.rJimmy 12-30 a. m taU that a dead the bowling league for all that. any: Winter Schedule
children and nipper" will be served, oak] This means Cawy said for IInwilurrt to \bern weird. Ilntiby Allen
Parents of first trade man was tying In th* road according around 6pm.Train. dub member' elementary studm atterdlnechuxis | obtain Ute. reimbursements Walter Alvarw, Mrty CmnbvCertl
planning to attend to a U Ron BtarUey I will have to I The following. schedule hambeen
The club entertainment In Atark! : tl* these P'IV\JJI.\ O f. Vllll. iJwrayn Bder -
Strickland Stark Elementary or South- Stanley ..., that Parriah committee H antlripatlnsr hav- have orlvat lra.i,.ip'Jrtllon, runrnr cniwn.. rrana e.arUnit. ... aniM
SHOW tide Ectnentary Srhool and had apparently been lying tn Will Still Ins more social functions. for i prorrsd. lie Mid I Vmmri Oltawm. DanKelteiier : r* RnvUmal Library Buokmobtt !: -

who ha"v* not registered. ati.I the road when h* .woo run Saturday nights at. UM club Th Diattrr was to b* Free Cookout \ Vf r KW....,., JomMorrU. I fur tile fall and wmierSMMIIIk.

HMS:;i Auditorium either achaoI.dy'd! over .by a car He estimated" '|Make Stop At Future renovation plum of brought flu the School: Harry StaUlixi.. Tien .

9th rrglntraUon' must oe that.1 the body had been there for I th CbtnmUte includedtsetgktg afternoon, Set By ChamberM 2i .l soul! 4th Monday -
ThurS pt. I IChOdrvn I iSmall Area Towns Oreen Board We-tawe-lay i HtaUUiv Jim fWllwer. O wi*
pleted: before Moraay Hohoul.
two or three bouts l befor It, the prmxnt position with approval. .n.:td t with Rayburn. KAnnl Thuma( and Lsvwtey; Junior High

Sponsored' by Jaycr who have not re- ': wa fo>und.I Th* FtorUa Public. Service of putting from front of th* m trouble. An route JIfft4'M'I and J |>rupetlve'm two. n-v.-r. reactivated 12 rum to lay: p m. Hamr

Kinrred before Monday may ,I I Blond snmpl' are betnc ex' ConuniMKia former RailroadCommiMlon club>> hot** to- front' of th* proanrjp | served br srhool' bees ..mbr* nt the. .... Pub Wlillam" and George tatm ("War' 3 to 3.30: ( P. m.

ester: at that dare but will mined to determine .whthr; .. ) ha. returned to and fin tae: buUdlmeWral will continue be .....,ed. Casey fond County CTmtnbar. 'k.r.1 I IUoII.l.'Mw. 2n.I.... 4th P\"Wa.ye-

Fhtt Spar Contribatd not. be alto*i to attend Class [ ParrUh wa intoxicated. authorlM Ute 8aboard Air more sand trap around idcvL In toast years, h..* _,t'. will fret b. rwrvlvlngInvitation club will, meet Monday. Hroi 10:15: > *a.r rv[near Oraham achoolt i 1M.)t., 9.39...; Lelafever's ID.

Weekly to Publicize xortdayCompleted Stanley said a trlc.r.w. t.Ine'.c to dlarontlil gpyeterht n sta and. rrconotrucl, | said, arm* *turtnta. have boon Ui a fro. cookout right.\ at. 1.45; In the Garden homel. 10:30: t.4.1 11
revMratkxn tn- Parriah about S m. hltct: onm; buUdinff nlruinw late a* 4 JO getting hum Reataurant
Community Events by volra* th* filling out of res l.- hiking about five nllr tram nagstop* at Lawtey.. Hamptoa. tee for back nine hole,,, I I"from *twJTh lo b* ..*|.. at the Hla/k OeM! After Dent. 1, mrctlmr .will l a. mIn

of .. Hawthorn*. O r a a (( Country Club. on M.tur. .b ., .. lUmpton (near srhooll
tratlon forma the trMrbn making .."..,s round different >y old Ktks: Lori eon
where" h* was found. It. was direct bua will mean. :, b* held In th<*
The CommunityState choice form a pm ntaUon of apparently heading for fell Hrtft-bt CHra. Spar, and *.,,- from first: rxnovatln and. ; 1 hTj.4 vr, that U>* rural H.pt. II, at 3:30: pm. Th t Median:. St .which. keonvrtd >I 11It; to 11:90: a. m. Stark. :

the ctilld's MrUv cerUfkratc. eral other small akin rebulSdlnc ladV tee w1ftoo ., KJB School. 1:34: to J:19: P-
Bank town : n'.etooM will have V> set tttU menu will boo nentered around. boPlnof into Jaycee
and the renuh. of a phywcaJ: parent home in Brookcr.I I Uw fairways am *HmlrwUnas m Publlo Library a.30: p..m.,
1 Ilb. UIM. : actvnl up about 1S rolnuU. ., tafbKYpl chicken t headtturrww. Parker si I I
w.tJnD..Ii Biueri= rough a* poaatttl*.


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Mr. and ]Mrs. Jack Oldham I T>r. and Mrs. V. W. Strick- Sgt. Joseph A. Gay son of Found Here W.C.T.U.
Girl I
N. C. ;
and children of Jacksonville land 1 Jr. will attend ,their Mr. and Mrs. <3. A. Gay. left I Missing

visited Mr. and Mrs. J L. Gentry Mainland> high SChOOl: 1940 Fort Bennlng, Ga. last wee.lt I "BY HUMILITY: ANn THE

and Lacy Klgdon cm Sat- class reunion at Daytona with the First Cavalry Division Agrees To Go Home With Mother ,I FKA: OF TilE LORI ARE

'V uNlay. Beach on Saturday. for Viet Nam. I RICHES. AND liON OUR AM! )

Mri. Vergln' Flynn returned Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Royster Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Walter- An 18-year-old girl t""POrt- formation on the girl's! where r LlfrE."

GLADYS MOOTY Monday after iwo' weeks Jr. and family of Tlfton Ga. nan and ,tfautfhter retained ed mL-slnsr: from her home In abouts. Th herir/'s office [PROVERBS 28M.|

visit with Mr. and Mra. Joe were vlxttilng Mr. and Mrs. Monday from a nine day tripto Raleigh. N. C. since April 27- here said the girl awwl: tt:
Welch In Mobile Ala. Drew Reddish and Mrs. Mamie I _
the Mountain
Phone 9640651Mr. 'Smoky They Raleigh with hcrmother.
and living part of that time In return to
Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Holtzenflorf Lou Edwards from Thursday also visited Mr. and Mrs.\ Harold II ,
Bradford County was located Plastic Notebook JJ-50 C
Jr. and norm mid MrsHoltxendorf .o Sunday. They !brought home Cherry In Hophinaville Ky. I I at theI
!last. week by the Union Tep-wt.. as-s is*
and Mrs. missing
Jimmy Carter Mr. nnd Mrs: J. H wain-I Sr. returned Sun fommy Reddish who hud.8pentI Miss Mary Bollinger la home ]Ko TELEGRAPH
children of Daytona Beach and Oj County Sheriffs office and returned sued for her companion. I .
and wright son day from ten days vacation in week with them. from William Carey College. ,"f.. .
spent several days last week Starke and Mr. and Mrs. the Smoky Mountains and Jtfr. and Mrs. W. R. Richard Hattlesburg, Miss until S to her mother. V _

with; her parents Mr. and Mrs. Wainwright of N'I Highlands, N. C. son opent Wednesday to Sunday 15. She had as a guest Pt'l Oall Llles reportedly left

6.. : M. Miller. spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Cleaa Frltsuh in Fort Pierce. Thursday to Monday, Bill Raleigh, In a 1958 OMC red

Mr. and Mrs. VInce Mc-' D. T. Clark In Miami. and daughter Lnrna. and Miss Miss Martha Flitch of Tal- I Brazil of Daphlnc. Ala. pickup truck with carryingrack off tht : I

Wmiama of Opelouaas La. Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Halle Jr 3clla Hill of Gilford. Ind. and liihajwee! is spending several I I.AIHKS: SUMMER: : SPORTSWEAR : for horses/!, end Is belleve first ; j ,

were last Friday dinner guests and daughter, Sandra of MIami M I'll. Harold Ford of Ox'oa d'iys with Mr. and Mrs. C. A. : AM) SVIIM' : SUITS -' to 'have 'visited with frlend-s: .

of Mr. and Mrs. Phil Cronk- will spend he weekend pent several days last week fr'utch and Joe and Cyrus SIstrnnk. HALF PRICK: AT STUMP'S. In Cocoa end Tltusvllle. FJifU ........'u.;

blte. with Airs. Haile Sr. while en- with Mrs. J. 11 Klel.lH. Mrs. J. M. Harrell loft Mon Frth; said to have retuned from "

: Linda Elrod of Orange Park route to Tallahassee where I.lUI'SI1MotEit/ ;:; : PRESSES: Miss Vicky Waltoa, of Live day for three weeks visit with Sgt. Joseph the THiwvllle area with a \ '

4ia been visiting Jayne Hardy Sandra will enter her second HALF PItK'K "'1' S'MJMP'S.: Ouk Is vtxltin Carol Richards< relatives in Sidney. Ohio. Is Honor GraduateAt lend.. Jane Prentice, to .

from" Monday ito Thursday. year at FSU. Hurke Elllngtnn/ nixl diiiiffhtrrs ..;: this week Mrs. Lyle Anderson and Ft. Harrison Bradford: County here' ( she (11 .\'. : ..:. .
Mr. and Mr. W. F. Herlong; Mr. end Mrs. E. W. Hayes Judy and Julia, nnd Mr. Local admittance. to Bradford children of Charlottesvllle, Va. rented 6 farm houie in the ., ,

tiave" .had es guests Mr. and had1.8 weekend guest at nnd
:;Mrs. W. H. Steinmeyer and Kingsley Lake the families of hUlt week lit the Me-rrltt cotInge week include: Theodore Combs :! until Monday. Staff Sgt; Joseph E Firth: moved to a farm in the Graham tmt1

daughter of Jacksonville and I Mr. and Mrs. John Dens and on Bedford Lake. of Mlddloburg; Mrs. Wanda Mr. and Mra. Tom Smith I formerly of Starke. was selected community .-! ;
:pvtr: Oorlne Purvis ot Galnesivllle of Crawford of Lawtey John Eddy a..' ,the honor gi'ai tuttle in .J .
Alva Duncan
Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. .loiin' ArLhtuRefMlnh ; and son of Athens. ria. ara During the l last two months "-. '. .
the rla, '' ot the U S. l'
on Friday and Miss Myrtle Lake and Mr. and Mis of Ralnesvllle; Wallace July '
City spent Sa.tunlny to visiting Mrs. Koline: Smith thla the two gtrta were even in the I' j
Herlong of Leesburg on G. M. H.iyei of Gainesville. Mnnn of Lake Butler; KmoryGrlffls. : week. Mrs. Smith will also Army Recruiting( ami CarPer
with Mrs.
Wednesday Agnes Lake Butler area taking partIn .
,MondaY. Mr. and Mrs. Lacy D. RiR- Heath In Fort lltu.I.'r'hl.-l Mrs. Ncoma Nelson, have as weekend guests Air. Counseling, Course. Adtutant/ .
a horse show at the J, P
LADIES SUMMER: DRESSES Mrs Undcthill' Mrs. General ScJiool, Foit Benjamin -
don Jr. of Jacksonville visited Maik I lUimlltott' John Harold Gladys and Mrs. Jimmy Rowe and Bennett farm end miklrw
:'HALF PRICE: AT STUMP'S Mr. Rigdon 'Sr. on Friday.Mr Andrews and l John, Williams Doris Hardy, Miss Gwendolyn Family and Mr. and Mrs. Art Harrtn: InJ. !
telephone calls from the
Mrs. F. C. Holllngswopth IsJin and Mrs. Dave Paulk / are louring North Geor- Cox, Mrw Minnie Nauman, ford Brown of HanfoM. Sgt. Firth arH 'his wlfp. the :public;
week vlsit- weekend In Donald l Bngwell Jr.. Armand former Joite Maze of Slarke. booth on the Union County
:' Plant City this spent the Pearson gin and North Carolina, this < Mrs. Levon Andrews of
sing :Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Cellon. Ga. with Mr. and Mrs Jeff week. Anderefk, Jaxper Brown, Buddy Starke and l Mrs. H. C. Thoirmn ; reside; with' ti'iMr' two-yp >r-old courthouse Mjuare. Miss! LllesU
Koretz returned Crawford and Ralph Beverly daughter Diana, nit 3131 San .' said to have had a few-
J Mrs. Don Panlk. and of Daytona) Beach! were! In I
:Blanche Smith
?Tuesday to her home in Oxon Register now an' vote September daughter, of Foil Plsrce and all of Starke. Minneapolis Minn last Wednesday Salvadore Av< .. Jjcksonvllle. werks-old baby with tier inrecent

Hill Md. after two months 14 fur William [lullIIlosser. Mrs. Blair Phaics of] Jackson- Mrs. L. G. Powell returned to Friday.. to attend where the sergeant Is. on Army weeks.
visit with her mother :Mrs.: Monday after a ten day vacation the funeral of Mrs. Andrews' recruiter' Union County officers! were
villa visitors dunlrM, the
; Mien McKnlght. Mrs. Mc- Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Tan. weekend were with her sisters, Misses grandmother, Mr... Alice Han In achieving :status! of Honor alerted by a missing! pervm f ;
of Mrs. O'-
: Knight returned recently from ner and children and Mr. and Hara.Mri.. Jlenry Louise and'< Etta: Frlpp who son. I Graduate, Bgt. Firth topped : bulletin from Rileih. N. C,

Alachua General Hospltnl Mrs. Adolph Gay and dnnffhiler. : she joined in Columbia, S. C. GulLS SWIM SUITS IIALt ; a cla.M of 32 of -he( brat on Friday." AUI!'. 6. and Imme-

S /where she received medical Geraldine were in St. PJrnest I' Roland amichlldr..n They visited Waynesvllle and PRICE AT Sit MI"S. .senior( non.cl>mml....
: treatment. ,, Augustine Sunday. of Athens, la. are points of 'interest in North Mr. and Mrs. L. 1>:. Nalt of from throui-rlraut the of Investigation! In Rlelrh: !c1111' '

S Mr. and :Mrs. H. V. Mooty Mr. and l Mrs. R. E. Firth spending two weekf with hermoth..r. Carolina. Miami were visiting their ROM Armv In sales technique} : about the matching descriptions -

; of Miami were Monday overnight flew to St. Louis Mo. from Mrs. II. L. Speer. In Ourlty I N <,iulet, we work and] daughter-in-law Dr. and prechmaking.: ani ifrruiHng between the bulletin renort ;

: gue U of Mr. and Mrs. Thursday to Monday to gel Stnrke and nllfo visiting h"rfthcr 21 hours a day for your pro Mrs. D. W, Whlffen from Fil theory as well as djmonartratlrnr I and the girl !seen in Lak? I'MIL.t; 5-e;

: Harry Mooty. Mr. Firth's mother. Mrs. Nil< Mr. Spepr, In '1 1he Luka: tection. Ke-fleit a man who. day to Mond"y.Terry < a high ,level of generalIntelllKCnce ButlTLiU: .

S Keen a qualified man In of- Firth of Keystone Heights. City VA J Ir>flpttal. *. has your Interest at heart. Reflect Barry was guest of / ant knowledge'' of week. Mrs Merrlan 1at.ifl'
Mr. nnd Mrs. Jnmf.f I Tucker
flee-reflect William [Bill I IRosser. who had ,been. visiting relatives William [nllli| Rosnrr." MH|. Beverly Patterson In military procedure Ules mother of the missing
of Ilkilnfih end Mr. anti I
there. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Futchnn.1 Gainesville over the weekend.Mr. Rtr) .
Mrs. Hoye Dixon nnn ( 1HI / .
Sistrunk attended the
and Mrs. Marion Harrington .
I of Jacksonville were ser.iice. S?.t. Firth graduated County RHfTiffs, :! office all" '
Shrine Ceremonial in Tallahassee ot'Cocoa and: Mr. and .
end guests" of Mr. and welk-I from Bradfwd County High wall directed' to the Bradford::! i
]taut Friday and Satur
Mrs. Billy Harrington of Jack.
Virgil Jordan. School and was'" employed: by County Sheriffs office for In-

;. Mr. and" Mrs. Larry FllckJnger day.MIltS lOIalne Strickland will sonville pmt the wesker Humphrey old fDuPontl priorto
Suzi q3qtcacIw4s with Mrs. Gladys Hal rln ton.
I entering' the service.!' Before
: of West .:Miflen Pa.
= iHHt FrM/iv/ visitors of Mr. enter. her University freshmen this year week atStetson Mrs. EJward: Barn attended asKumlnT' HK duties of Army Rites Held/ For '
the area ]library planning
recruiter in J'e'lIIe. h'
o and Mra. F. H. Krnmnr. '
SCHOOLBALLET OF DANCE Keep a man In nftlep who end.Mr.. anti 1 Mrs. Gilbert Gold- meeting in Lake City on Tues was at the Armed Forces Ex- Mr. Priest, 47 ; I

tuning Station there, and: >has I .
understands and works. with wire spent the weekend on day.Vote who will f
5' for a man
. young p..oI.ler.eJ'd William Snake Cay, Great Abaco Island Kerved oveiseas in Europe und. Leroy Pi-tent. 47. of Starke
what he bellevri .
land for
TAP I nllli I R In. Vote. William (1111111) Roisrr.
JAZZ Rev. and Mrs. Uoin.in Alvarez Warren Winkler won a trip abo'it Hospital Jat Satur rsy after I
nml won ore moving toAillnfftiin from RCA to Went Knd: on the many rhr-lres avnlhible! bv am n extenrfMr '!' illness

Classes Begin August!\ ::10- ..nt' !I"Itt'r Now. I Texas' on Atnnday the Grand Bahama Island' the Mrs. 1,011.von rt't.urni'd written (runrante"' to qualiftel Priest. hid ai-vd In the
V Sunday after undprnolng surgery -
11:00: A.M. :3:00 I: P.M. where Mr. Alvurex will attend past weekend.Lt. volunteers fcr' Army service;: Mr. Priest 'had aervel In the
: last Friday" :! In the Gainesyule -
the Arlington State Collegefor Mike Goldwlre left last may be obtained by contacting Army foi25 years before his

: 116 E. Madison St. Ph. J)6M191) !. or 961-0001( u year. after, 'which he week for Vlot Nam. Mrs. Gold- Medical Center. SlIt 1-c Georre L. Flndley. retirement" moving> :: to Starke

will teach at the. ruble Daptlat wire returned to her home In Dr. and, Mrs. Marcus Brown local Army -ecrulter, at the' 10 years aijo\\ If* was a Bap.

.. -- ---- IiIV -- Seminary. They will ho Ocala where she will teach and children of Marclenny. Selective. Service! Office. 114 tlflt
--- accompanied. by 1 Raymond school tho coming year. were vIsiting Mrs. M. F. Brown W. Call. St.. in Starke each'
Surviving his.
o Moody Lynn Dixon, Kathy Miss Marline M&lhiis of on Sunday' Thursday mornluK. or by "?IephonlnA' Gertrude are widow

, Myrlek Leon Thomas and 1>. West Pahn, B<'ach in visitingher Mr. and)! Mrs. James Starling ,hi-; office in GaInesyule : Starke Garrett Priest of
; WIN: A PILE A. Jiulil" who will attend the grandparents, Mr. and and children and Mrs 376-1681. extension 218 and : three brothers' John.! I

Illblo Baptist Seminary. I Mrs.' L. F. Smith' thIs week. i Toes Kelly of Starke and Rev.and tat. Sylvester both of Augus.
: Mra. Liutllo.. l Davis lint Hill Week. > M...- Altrm Dobbs of Jack- ; Torrmy Priest of
spent Vets WarnedOf Fairmont." Ta
: KOCH CASH POT week with her. !gm: Maughter," Jumes, A. Preildy'/ of Jarkmmvllle ortvllle 'wrre' vacitlontrm! < in er. Claud* N.Splngs C.; a stepbroth'

Jcnn Davis/ in fitlnexvlllc' In n patient In the ., Bryoon City. N. C. last. week Benefits On of Augusta
Miss Ann Lambert of New- ; aeven eitm! Mrs. Ruth
while Mr. and Mrs H. G. Davis Starkn Nursing Home.
.V No Pll77.1cr |Iii, ".Solve, Not lung/ In. """rlt"" No. Jr were In Jfimuicn.Ml Mrs. F. II'. ,stump 1s visitingMr. port Rlohey l is. visiting her uncle Melvin T DixOn of the Plor- C'halkl"r.tn.! :Betty Durrt. and
S Stamps' to Lick. No UbI l Jl'UU"'II.(| .liiit' Comn. ?Mrs Sally THE GOLF JACKETbytOTLOOfl
?. and/ Mm Ted I H. Connell nnd Mrs. John W. Griffin find aunt Mr and Mrs. ida Dcpartnrmt 'of Veteran Oivem. all ot Au.Jiista -
S ::; In Kuril: Wnk or "Several Tlmcx I it Itiiy John Greene this we-*k. Her Affairs! veteran and ; Mrs. Berth 110m or *
of OhattiinooRn' Tcnn. in Vhlorhnee, (lit. this week. warned FOGhave
S and Get! Tour KKK': : "('IIHI. | P.f Ticket. arrived I Tuesday for n visit Danny": Donald end Linda parents.! Mr. and! M..... W. O : wkiows( today that a "lump, sum Columbia. S. C ; Mrs th'Ile|! I

V Last: \\'eek'HVlnnt'r with I their. ftun-ln-luw anal Strlfktan" l uperet Friday toTuewdny Lambert will join them from I payment represent the retroactive I'lttlclw W''II. Lila of Kist:: St. IxniK 111. It to tendon fog to do right by the QQller. First youll net *..*

: Ruth Norman daughter./ Mr. and Mrs Krnesl : .. with "their grandparents Thursday to SirnOjy., Ilervry' benefits tt> J In. 1. 1985 C4tv. Kollm n of New York I famed London Fog "n" of ttyla" clajjic, limply! yet tastefully cut. with
Mr. and Mrs V. M. Lambert who' has spent the will be received Soclil Security .oneS Mrs. Mau-le
I'hllllpH.' They worn accouipunlurl by of WhIte cltv, touches like the convertible' English collar? that buttons up for

: Cash Pot Now $25.00 by tlolli Phillips who Strickland Sr. in DnytonaBoach. summer with the areeirw will ret'I;>If'I\I.s during the Miioon. Oa.I rough weather. Second, you'll .perinee the London Fog practicality.:

J h.ia been visiting!: the ConnellH.' also! return home with till nmvth: o.f September:, ; 1965 Funeral service w-rc held Pure Calibr Cloth' ((65'. Docron/35'%! Cotton" ) that wards off ,fh''' wind,
in Chattanooga. for the punt,,' Miss Judy Shi of Stratford. parent Those receiving VA p"n.o\.oll\ I at 2 P. m Monday In Jones i sheds rain, end waih" In a wink-unconditionally I 'In th. following
S r Quality, Drug* and QUI "'y rrrs4riltIun| !. .. month. ()kla. Is visiting/ Mr ami' Mm.Foxier I.AIHI.H: SUMMER: tlKESSFSIIAI : : find parrnta rocetvln: dq..ni-| : I Mt'fT\Orlal Chapel alttu Rev I eotcrti..
: at HOjCII'U I>''UTj JS. Have Tour Next Rx Cecil
Vole' fur I a .Innnr. town' P -rMim Bhl Smith thin WI'f'.k. "'V I'HH'E: AT STUMP'S. ents Indemity t'OmJ'lt'n.aUI1 WIlIi.lm" oftlclaltn'f Intetment Hurjfiimly, 'iivy, Ivory. Canary

S .Killed I .. ,wli<> know saul. iiiulcrtiids Miss Diane HMoh and Jiwk, Mr and Mrs. Oeorae Hug. benefits' where entitlement\ wa, In the hml1y ;J .t

: KOCH'S Free local Vole I>CWVP.H of llialoiih spent theWeeeniI antI thereto be affected: bcau in Mvectonia:
at Delivery l" .iirnlilcmH.) .1 gins twins Hilly and San may Cemetery ni th $17.95
UillUin I Kill 1 Itl'r.I with Dr.) and Mrs. T. dN Visited Miss. Linda Hiur e of the retroactive benefits of Macclenny ,with|( DrVVltt C

-I O. Hitch, Mrs. Carrie Hitch gins at Fernandlnn Bench ove and the' lncrea. .'*l monthly Jones Funeral In charge
f ..
anal Mrs. Green.
Floyd the weekend. Sandra remalntx 1 bt.. flt.OU..;i .mmet3 tpJy of arrangement*.
I Mra. Peggy Rhaller r"tllrn.,1IIIJOI ,
with her! ulster for the week notify the Vet rarn Admlnlstmtton Active pallbearers!
Friday. I after two weeks J apr' 11111\' SliirkV
When You Vote For F In Meridian.' Mlsfl.\. on hiiHlncss Kev John Brahhum. in at- lit order to prevent! a Joe Priest. Iroy Priest. Mir-
tendlivij a youth meeting" at Veterans ..(!mlitb>tration; overpayment vln Futch. Fahicin Leader
Mrs. AI Hartmann 1 Is> ronHod LamAr Ful-h
lake Jurtoluska, N. C. this .
__ in the Gainesville, Medical Thomas! Pa lest! Jr. and LejCrawford Inc.
week Dixon: loather stated! that all\ .
Center with a broken hip
I For continued procreate re- veterans recrlvlivT VA rIon
whloh ..received! from a fall .)<.<-I- William I Iflhlil| RONMT ,and Blal Security' should .
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: \ \ Mr. and, Mrs.... Thurman Klip-' sharpen their pcnciVs to determine ._ ..-. .

pin anal family of Naxhvllle Blood BankAccreditation thrtr total Income from.
Tenn. were visiting Mr. and -x wrsw. including the sewon

Mrs. Rouble Shaller tho first percent Social Hernirity hicrrniw I

1', O) It of the week.Fur .. for the! year! of I toilS! to STAR *

rnnilnue. co-ois'rasllipn determine wrtrthcr thlr ti>-
I Is Announced
come will be" In ex! "" of tf r
with all local organisation.
CHIEF OF POLICEYOU Vote! \\llllam I Kill I Rniwer.Mr I I Income" bracket and. If no. to !
and Mra. Jim Ch.wtMnl Accreditation of r the nrad.I Immeftately: : notify the VA

and family John Warren, and I I Void County !HoirVtM" Blood For furlIninfomvitlmi.. "n I Mobile Home Sales

: Debbie Sjiengler' spent last I I, D"k hv *'he AnvTt'"n' As x4atioii this. .they should see theIr locl 'I
VOTK() : HU() TIIM I : ,
Frliliy nt t Crescent Heach. : of IThvx flunk: for another Ve 1''n Coumty Srr vice I I

Mr and Mn. .. J. R Martini three year: period was Officer or write him at I' 0 I U.S. '
and Welfare of Starke
: Safety of Tampa were weekend vlirt- >announced"' this week by the Box 1437. St Petersburg, I ,,

torts of her "parents Mr. and sortition, end the Blood

Every Citizen of Starke Mrs... .J. H Dennis.Mra Bank's medical cttrector, 3 ResdentsGetUFDegrees_ _ _n__ i; Largest Selection Of Mobile ::
.. Hurry Mooty nmidaughter. In comratuUtlna the hon- Homes In

Ocrrl.. anti I fritter, pitA4' governing boar' end I This I'I',,!

In coming before >'1)11111'4. a raiulid.itr for jour Chief or Police, I feel 111''ltltf'r Varwtarllp and utitrr. Dr. Robert H. Klein Three Starke .residents Area To Choose From i ,

: that I can la-lter 4r\e all (the people, in this' responsible position in amore UiUKhter. Dawn, of Decatur, "president of th, association' among the 1.IMI" $ ntudents were receiving -

S projjresslve/ manner. In view of the fact that this' department I is Cat! were visIting their roiulna\ poi -t.t: out thwt. "thl* reroirnittonitn degrees at the clone DIRECT
Mr. anti Mra. Milton St. IVter FACTORY TO
: responsible! for the Rifely& and welfare! of ('IIC'hln< and In O.imeHvllIo last
h>terr t in.. ern>>llrtlitMie '
: constantly sir he to keep p.ire with 1 n\ rapidly<< Knitting: rity and<ra.| NO MIDDLE MAN '

crime alert. ..rricll'ntlUll team I the (I'o- They wereAaron A. llutchrwm. -
S by maintaining an ( competent on turnett homo' Saul iniay after to the I
rare pittlents you
Master of Science in t 1.1.
lire "Force. two weeks visit with the iwve"
Agriculture: : Curtis A. M.rlowe. I
Mmitya.Mr. *
I Accreditation was preceded
Mister of rxlurittion.
anti ;Mr. Henry Lawson.
by a compretienrtv 1tlImna. \- and Linda Cox Simmnnw
I If f a high fiulily| flf l law enfomMnrnl, I I is, In 1 IK niainlaliird in Slathe.S and children and Mr. anti Mm. .", ant: rtiytral Inspection! Bachelor of Science In Hairs. SPECIAL!
and break-ins to minimum, then Chief .should l la I.con Sweat anti l son. vlllltrd w,,: fn;) : TI": mT::::;
kept a > astir << on a 21-$ of the blood b- nlt bv one of ing. HANK:" 'IS.\"OI"OG:" :"

S hour basis call \\orkinjr" constantly around( the flu(-''' to present Mr and ;Mrs. Karl Chewier In the Avfloolatlom 'volunteer") uI.c) : ;; SU) TI{. Ut: .,
Ocala\ the weekend anti
: crime before it happens.. This' can only be accomplished by foot patrol attended over Patti Che el"s _c. IIP<'<'IIIIII"I.8." TilE RIGHT POINT for the FOIl ANYThING-:" ... 55' x 10' J.OW. J.ow.

: in the business district, Ill-hours$ a day-and your chief be in constant end birthday party. Commei\dlr that tl> local way you write. Come In andues'lett :3 InUlOn\1: .IOL'iTlll. ( .\ I I..A.
S personal! contact with merchants (to understand their needs, for protec.tion Mrs Mary Dally has moved 1 bKinct> bank It one of more your favorite ESTER-. t.t'I'' ,%,. ITtJI'.', %'FSTS:
Uvm BOO which have been certified -- RRM)K f.antatn ....n. TH.ETelecraph Idilly FurniabralIelivered
: and create more cooperative relations. from N. Walnut street to 3361 II
Sty Johna Avenue Jncksonvtll through this prrnrnm.Dr un.TS 1 --- Set t ,\S LOSS AS $200 I'

.. .. Miss. Mary Ann Daily Klein ask that "the patient rp on Your Lot flOVN:" V
who receive trsmf
a : us-
: will return to Kitnwu State ton or blond 'prorkted by an Septic Tank and %1O'WlS) t : '
I Pledge An Honest, Fair and Impartial Administration; University, Manhattan, I
on A ul(. 30. / accredited\ batik can have full DHAIN FIKI.D: ..n
: and Will Execute All Duties With
: Dignity With' crime rule In the nation confidence that It bat volun- C.\IIS TO :1I00St: : nun

: and Courtesy To All. croolnc", "l times faster tartly. met high sinndArcts: ofproce'turea I='iSTAU"\TIO

e than po ulutlnn. an evperleneed. and Is continually Hack Hoe Work Be Sure To Come Out and Register For Free '

: Come Out and Vote Ewcll Lawson qualified. man III needed. trtviiK k'e iaxeutble.TIlE to offer." the bent erv1 1 Pump Out Sergio:' Prizes f'f'tE

He-elect William11I1) KoaI ill Dirt and Top Soil

: On September 14 ,rr ': KICHT POINT for theM :-; : : JIM GlUII.THE' COUNTRY Hoy.iii's
attenile.n. Pnliatrtc Seminort I : READY" TO WlltI: : ANI= ) DEAL1> yOt.9c
OntTM" B....eh from Thursday you.. favorite KSTf"KIIK4MIK : > Tank CompanyPhone W.Yo I II

IM.' Pol. .) to Saturday. founlAhl prn. TKI.K-': 969-2.111 ] I: J Jj

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I Alice Raulerson I II ,I : Beta Sigma Phi all surnclpiitlv r..rov..r..t from rent' After calling' th. utility
: ti Illness In bn able tit (-(iniinunuwith department. the ervloe were

Weds Mr. PetreyIn I ......_ y 1 Plans Swim Party Hi ajfiiln. restored within about an hour
QO I i iI Avid interest! was shown intho i though the rain find lightning
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Jacksonville I Ia It The Beta Slrma Phi sororKywKl plant lire at Joos glare continued for several hours.
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I : have A swim party a.ivipicnic : .CMpcclully the biiivann twes! They did a good job under
Miss Alice Raulerson- becamethe Saturday! AUI{. 28. holding bloom and huge !xUilk.- severe' working conditions. I'm

GLADYS MOOTY !bride: of Jchn Petrey Jr. startlmn,\ at 3pm. at the i of fruit: alas elephant cm..xmmmiirlnjj sure many snare this same
Letter the Editor:
Phone 964-0631 of Arcadia: in a marriage ceremony home of C, M. Clark on two feet nt-roHM to( feeing of appreciation.

at the home of the Hampton Lake -l I would 'use to take this opvnrtiinlt Albert I. Crosby, Jr.
bride's sister. Mrs John Ed- This will be a fancily outing [ \' to express my sip'prechtUnn I

Linda WasdinComplimented ward Broward tn> Jacksonville I II II II and numbers are reminded' to Our next m..UIJtVIII beheld I' for the tine Job
j 01tul'day evening. August I bring a plcn'" lunch with, i a I at the Pratt Street Rert ,' alone\ by the City (Utility I 110- I TilE RIGHT POINT for the

s. 21. Rev Mark.le Paulerson of II coveter dUh and. table !lc-r\\co!. eat ion Center on Tuesday. paitment' Sunday. Aug. 15when May you write. Comet In and
Montlcello. brother of the Aug. 24, at 7:30: pm. : we had such a severecleetrieal I select' 'fevorltn :
At Shower I I I Supper will bd ore4< nro {nd i Itlorm.LlJlhlmng | your KSTEt; :
bride officiated.Mrs. 6p.m. I I BUNK fountain prn. TK1.IO
Miss Linda Wasdin. prospective !' 'Broward attended her I Dr. Hayes 51 struok A transdinner (1St I'll. ""
in hhx-k ,
I our leaving anumber _
bride of September 4. sister *s matron of honor an:] I
I i of homos. without
was complimented at a bridal I Min Carol atadieux served< as I Senior Citizens Services Held --
at I I i
C showers last Friday evening>! brt'e5irmld.Ralbert!'

) the home of Mrs. H. A. Law- I BarfieH of Arcadia I I Report I Dr. Cunillor taiga Ilayes. fit. I .
Hostesses with Mrs.
son. was Mr. Petrey's best man
I of Homestead, und formerly ufRt.irko
son were Mrs. R. A. Colson. I and Robert Petrey nerved as II I I I, sited August 1 11 1 in t.
+ sI Mrs. Phil Cronkhite. Mrs. usher. $ .I hy Our rrm I 'I Smith Miami llo"r>ttal wholehe
> Ewetl Lawson. Mrs. Robert I .' I'iMirl llonrtlo and her sinter.Sonh IIII.I.H11:' UK: CUT .
The bile Is the daughter of hid l "been pllI\U".1' | l for 1
Edwards. Mrs. EJwtn: Wlliteim. I I III )r CttlJ" }> Peggy Payne, .
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest J. Raul two month
I Paul Raymond. I Sanford the Earl following nuiRoryDr. IK( YOU IIKI.IKVK: : : TAXKS d' ::
h Mrs. erson' of Lawtey and the Lillian V. Crews Weds Ronnie on death of A. I Ijiyiv4|' was burn In 1'ieacott. -
Mrs. Leol. Roberts. Mrs. F, J. I bridegroom ts the son of Mr. II In Home On 1 13 I llucrtlv on Aug. 10 He had Ark. and l nicrlvi'il his dosgree AUK: IIICII( KNOUCII;:" () : .
Pellum. and Mrs. P. T. Nolin.I Ceremony August \boon H victim of multiple t Arkansus Sfhool.
I e I and Mrs John Petrey of I I from tho : II,' VOU) IIKI.IKVK:. : : WE: CAN '
wlrnmls for :2-1 rontacto
years ,.
I I BiruUai and al- .
Multicolored \ I Ito
Arcadia. of :\1..11 11\ In IIK1S.: Internet -
r x I The hem of Rev. Roman hotne of thr brUleS parentsThe o l while\ In service" with theU.s. I IIAVK: 1 lHrHTln.Nf) UKTiicin :. ..
t thU in attractive arrangements Kt St l.iiko'a lloopltitl injHckxoiivlllo
brides table wtn eoveitvl ,
..., Alvares I on Center Street was Pnminia.RIHBIIJW .
were used to advantagein Army in ami I the Uulvor- : ) PKOPI.K: : MOVINC) ; IN. _
'Back To School'Party the setting for the wedding of with a white brocade attn
r-L: a highlighting points of Interest I' TJIlHn! Vernesteen" Crew to cloth aiwl wa centered< with a I' of his \lllnoHS\ VMX\\ city, of Klorklii," Inllinwiry/ mOnini'.ivtllo TO nun CITY . TIIKN; I

In the! party rooms. The GivenAt and his wife coiihl not attend Ix-foi-o nerving one- ..
Bonnie L. Ritch Ronnie Lamar Sanford on ,, thr.::'e-tiered wedding" cake" I
dining room table was. covered! our club mcvllnjcs.( but \they year on the stuff at KlorMit'"
Paul O. LandryTo with a white linen outwork Officers ClubA Pev Friday.Alvarez Aug.. 13 performea at 8:30: p. the m. and l.oppt'itroom.by a Flunking mtl.atureI'hlt\ the \rake! I were activities keenly Interoxtml 1 In till Stale lluxpltul III Chiittiihuoihee. You Believe As I Do! -

our .
cloth and centered by a color- .
27 either' 'aids wore bridal
Wed on
Aug. ful arrangement: of dwarf tinnlas I delljrhtrul\ "b ck to1Icl1ao1" nuptials. Ka.rwim, \ burtoii In HopoILtptlHt Or. llayeM\ priiotlctsl inlitarke
The bride ta the daughter of bouquets. The punch table \\"as soor() :' YOtI'I.FARF/ : : no TO Tin:
In a silver bowl At one party wua held at the Ceni tery at ThvresMt, :! bout It years sign, 'l\
Mr. and Mrs. Marka Ritch end of the table was a. crystal i Of fleer's Club at Camp Bland !Mr end Mrs. Louis Cre>\ai of ,:' 'coverpa: :! with a whit" latin and a contingent. nf tho AinerUnn ntovInK to Mailimin fliniv hoir () SKITK.MIIKK'; : ; I II II ANn CAST YOUK VOTE:
the engagement and cloUwith H white ornnrKtvoversklrt.
of Starke announce punch bowl and all the appointments big r Tuesday night given by W Market Road, Stnrke Legion. Imi by S. B.Spnrk and I litter to MonxvtttHKl where
I The brldo's book
and approaching j
were of silver. I Mr. and: Mrs. J. D. Warren the groom Is the ton of Mr .. wttomlnt the fl Rtlrspotl lie practK-eil fur tin "past nine FOR ?
daughter of table ,, .. overlaid with ta
of their T
marriage and Mrs.- Nathan Sanford .
Mr. and Mrs. Jim ChanteenJr. casket and Rev Merle years Uurtngi'orl.t War II
Bonnie Leota. to Paul O. Guest were greeted at the .. and MaJ. and Mrs. V. J. Rt. 1, Box 183. Starke I' white onrniKiy cloth.Standing I Prti-khHiu oftlolAtml In the final ho, ncrvtM' us H major In the :
Landry nephew of Jessie B. door by Mrs. H. A. Lawson' \ Spi"nsler. The bride given in rrvwrrinxr ; in the recrlvlim\ rll..... Air I Kurre.Surviving. 1. DODD Jr.w

Coleman of Starke. and presented' to the receiving by her father" was lowly') in a Hue were the bride. and a l'OOln are his wife, .Ann
The party was ate to celebrate Our picnic at Jmplnto W..n..r'
Tiuf garden wedding will be line componed of Mrs. Raymond I street length gown" of anlopl-! and their parents.Mrs. I two sons, CikiKller It and lure.
an event'' of Friday. AUK. 37. at the honGrH. and her the birthdays of Mrs. J. skin taffeta with a \bfll-' ...haped i Joel Jackson and Mrs on ens's.ekun.1's*t. CKIIVVII' was tie-ahappy and. two ilautrhters., Ilotiiy situ. IOU
at the home of the mother Mrs. David Browning C. Dukes Johnny Warren! andJ. bodice enhanced Alvin Fur a-lst 'd In serving wr .
7:30: p. m. skirt. The wa CUieryl all of II.Mixwtcinl. and l
to Uive ?M lea, CITY
Roy Chasteen' and a farewell lighted( Perry.tepresentalivo COUNCIL
bride's: parent The hostess presented' the witha sweetheart" neckline !Mr' and !Mrs.' HnnFord, Are vt the two brothers. ,, Wlllliun M. Miy- f
to Jeff Warren who leftthe Keystone
Mln Rttch graduated fromBradford honorve with a serving dish next day for the Univer and long sleeves that tapered I nMhttnw on Kit I im) after nweddlrur I 11..IKhL."hapter t>f A Alt I I'. en U'hltvvllle,, N, C., and. |I'r, Group; .1 I IPit
High' School In 1943 I from her chosen china pattern I II ally of Florida. I to calla lily points tA the trip>> to South FlorHw with UM oil this ot'outlim.. Tim J, M. Hayes of North UttluIttMk.
and from Central Hairstyling as a memento of the ocea.s on. wrists. The waistband! was The' bride traveled In a threepiece I flaunt lmtslnK event of the Ark .

Colled 1! In 1964. She i to employed I One hundred and fifty ; A hamburger fry trimmed with see:'I pearls Her '! yf'lloWlIult complemented ihiy wits to see linnv Halmill. ( IN I. Adv.)

at Lynda'a Hairstylist I 1 guests were Invited to call between I and Fanning were' 'swImmJna.\, \ bouffant veil of mutton. was with a matching corsage'' I Jon stein Nil: I>wy,'iKlvu: f'III, Notebook. $1.M tl> .utTM.KCillAI'll the
In Oalneavilto. the 75 teenagers, attached to of trodpntrla !Mr' Sanford Is employed! at
the hours eight and ten a crown Sc jU. and l Bernard! Slo.'Omb : 1
The brMcwroofneU to employed o'clock. chided< the BITS football team. and crystals.! She car- Aero Corporation In Luke, City. I ... ..

by D vU; Smith, Inc. I The refreshment' table) TIN! a cascade bouquet of N

In Oainesville. Merrill Struths plnred on the club) pat to. held white carnations and rpraysof! I Recent Births .M,
All friends and relative of i a large birthday cake: : decorated Ivy with net puffs and
the couple are Invited to 1.1- Host At SupperIn << I I In red and white at one ers tied in lovers' IOtl't'Om-1, << COMPARE OUR PRICES !

tend. ClubMr Ctrl of the table, and et me only ornament wa* a single nradforr! County lIo"pital!

Country 01 her end was a Hrge cheat strand of pearls, a. gift of tlie I nniKMincen( the follow Inn w. 'Invite, you to compare our price b.caase WI know they'

Birthday Party and Mrs. Merrill Struth rake resembling a football groom. births: I 'will b. a* low, or lower, than anyplace In town. N. itcondt or1'

,were hosts at a supper partySaturday field complete with goal pots Mrs.. Rae Marie Parr attended I Mr. aol Mrs. Wlilliim K; t 1rroCJlllor., cither lust all PIRST QUALITY mtrthandUe!
For Linda Ruis .at each end of the' cake sol a Oiirter. fltftikw, a HOII. .tevtUiM' -.i
i matron' I
night at the 8trkeOotf her<< cousin a*
At Legion Hr-Jl l and Country Club for silver football In the' center. of honor in. short. A-I1ne I i ..-u. AUK. 18.
I Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Yurhronxh. -
their housewuests who were dress of baby pink silk brocade Aet;
Halforrt. dMUwltter. E YTNIN'G,
Mfg Linda Rub celebratedher here for their' grandsonsrthrlatening NormanMartinEngagement which w*" enhanced by .1.1I i a
Cheryl" Ie Auu 20.
18th birthday last Friday on Sunday at the t'alnty: pink cummerbund and Yr
Told I I Mr aiul Mrs. CUu.li Lutherfluaen.
nltrht when tier pi rents. Mr First Methodist Church. bow It was. r""hlcmt'1lIh" '
lUrde Statke MOn.Ckiude Use Our
any Mri. A. W Masters and short slervm and boat neikllne a LTISb
Enjoying the affair were xT
Mr! and Mrs. Howard Nor Randall Dairln lUre. -
daughter. Arlene. leave a party Mr and Mr Rn.'man Struth man announre the approach1 liar<<' pink lvaplece" of' '," AUK 19.. ConvenientLayAway
for heist the AmericanIxwtonKall. 1 1 I nylon onranr.n held a hint
and baby son. Kenneth Rod- inn marrtatre of thNrdaugh- ., Mr and Mrs. ClaraiK-e, !Mntimc '
length' bourrsnt veil She!' cnrI -
.ho was rhrtfltermt ScUI \-
I man. ter Mary. France to Jimmy Birnes. smoker a tlauiih-
TTw refreshment table was I tray: the maternal grandpar- Martin grin,, of Mrs. Carl' i I, tied- an arranwement of baby:,I i ter. Turrnny tAt.! Au((. l III'I Plan r..
covered with a white linen ents. Mr and Mrs. A. C. Elliott Thomas which will take place pink carnelian with pink lu-t Mr and Mro. lUlly Swtrk a .
cloth and centered: with an arrangement Mount View. Oa. godparents. purs.Billy. : 'I !
1 ,
lot i Itchy, Hept. 3 at 8 p m. at Martin Lake Ilutler' wdiiunhter. -
of nod rose The I{ Mr. and Mrs James the tern of the brides par I Joe Sanford attended\ Kelly Ann. Auir 23
white birthday cake at one end I Oazeaway. and Anctf Bailey of ents.' Route ors Lawtey his bother" tut beat. irkut. I Mr and Mrs Coibeft M >nme -
of the table was decoratedwith Atlanta.' Oa. and Carol Raves I Mrs Crew A reception' :; \ will follow the 1
pimt and green nore!'>ts !'of Atlanta. Abo attending wedding also at the' homo of wetHt'n' a street I a soil. Ilrtati Keith JS'M Shirts :
and at the miss were miniature j were Mrs.: George Roberts Sr. the brlde'a parents.. length dre.> of Navy blue with Aiui, 22 Sport
saver' balls. Mr. and Mrs. Roberta Jr and I matching aooesnorle. complemented M" unit Mr Janice OordmtOrirfM. !

', The Souls dance band furnished children. an'' Mr. and Mrs. All relatives, of the couple wltha| pink carnation l. Ststke. a citUHhter t ,
music for dancing 'wirIn Vernon Sllcox and son, David. are Invltfji to attendExecutive corsage
1 Cheryl LVnlv. AUK IB.
the evening and refreshments I I Mrs. Ssnford. mother of the Mr and Mrs Jerome"" Paul Jr. Boys'3 to 7 199 YOUNG 099JL .

war enjoyed.AnnUUnv WCTU Re-elects Board I I groom, wm attired In rt street\ ta....,.) of BUike. d.&uwhterKlnvVrty MEN'S
Mr. and Mri. I length
Masters were ),(ra. A. B. How- .All Officers II i' The Executive Board of the ;'I, with matching ncreswrlea' < Boys' 8 to 18 S, M. .L. XL fa
fltarke Women's' Club will'mf'f" With this\ she wore, an aqua
ard. MINI Arlene Master, and
at I the
Pl.i.llr NolrtMinh 1.lIe
At the regular monthly "& Thursday Svct; 2. at 19 I carnation corsageA
Trickle. '
Mtaa Ann
meeting of the Laura Scott a m In the club hose reception wa .Ix kl at (the TM....(.C.I.IIDON'T All the neweit. styles' In icntational easy. care fsbrhil Choose jJ
wcru\ .t Friday" all (Incumbent 'from woven plaids, handsome olid colon and 'fancy p.rterm. +

Jr.-Sr. Clubs officers were. elected for ReguUr and ivy ,tylin
To Meet JointlyMembers the< new yearCrnwnlltee MISS ,
: chairmen wentPPTOlntrd r rt 'iT
of the Btarke T I l
follows- Mrs. ,
I Woman's Club. Junior Wom Charles OehrU.'tie Spiritual\ Life / THESE VALUES :\\T:") '

an' Oub and Wile Women Mkw.. Edith Jewtson. T"mperann'
Club will meet together Sat- and MlsMorw: and Mrs 1 l

'U1".117 t(i 13 noon at the Garden Kate Strurlh. Trmpn-snce Ed. .1

ReKaurant for Dukh ucation. i Delestes) wee, sift" "

Treat lun-twon\ and meting aro>nt"'d" l to the State Convention ,

Plant for the romln I clue hi OrUnrio. Oct 14- ..Ju
rear .(4I1 be reviewed 17 c -

.J The net nMvttn< will be rY i rW' tv .
lrlastle. N.-. IJ.2t .! ih. held Sept :22. (

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.':\ ; .KUIH' ItRAIiroltl) milNTV 1'1r..1r.OItAI'. RT.dltflf..FT1 flI 1A TIIt'USIUY. AUG. 26. 1965

the, hospital Insurance pro Draft Call For Starke Area ... IJax I Youth: Is Fined $259 r was Florida going Highway north Patrol'on U.S.Mann 301

Con Men Fool Public In Pose gram 'which helps pay the ti .. I when the Barwfck's) Chevroletcame '
bills when hospital care Is required [
I In Recent Weeks out of drive
a private
Stepped Up
and Includes
many : Arid Lectured For ) into his path. Mann crashed
oeneAts. Second is the medical
As SS Or Medicare Workers\ head-on In to the ']left side of
insurance plan which provides "Greetings from the Presi- have been enrolled on a part-
the, Chevrolet ,130
benefits for doctor's services dent of the United States ." time basin, carrying only the A Jacksonville. youth. William I causing $
[ By BUI Payne signing up early and payingIn and other medical items and An ,increase in the draft call minimum required number of I Luther Owens, lined Oeloriae Mann, 18. a passenger damage to each car.
1. I wu* Mann's Oldsmobile to
Con-onen are reported in various advance. services not Included in the tot. ; ,the Starke area la reported hours' to remain In school may II $250 for speeding by Bradford in, the OlOamobile was the came
I rest in of the
If the con-man Is successful call If t.helaca! shaken In the accident and cross-over
sections of Florida to be hospital Insurance plan. by the local Selective Ser- be subject to up
County Judge Tneron
representing themselves! as and leaves with the money Persona now receiving &&!F vice Board In the wake of demic progress has not 'been I was taken to the Bradford four-lane highway and theBatwick's

agents or representatives of the old person Is out the cial Security payments aUtolmatlcally ,", jieppe( amount paid and believes [ I Tuesday. in the ditch on the west Blda
have been released.According .
qualify for thgiywpital : during which they! was treated and
? the Social, Security Adminlstration a. I Owens 17, was acoompanie: of U.S. 301.
himself to ''be covered Med-
by I Is
or In some way as be- rinauranca. ParticipationIn Mrs. Rhoda Dampier, clerk enrolled. They may be called y II I In court by hiss mother an to a report by
ing connected with the Medi- icare. \, the hospital plan Is free. of Local Board 18 in Starke, even though they are now I, Trooper J. M. Hollis of the
pleaded' to at
; guilty speeding
assistant /
Clyde Gentry
care program. No down payment or premiumsare reports a draft induction quota carrying a full academic load ,
of the Gainesville 90 mph. The Judge lecturedthe
manager said. s I
for Dampier
These con-men are attemptIng required.The of seven men September
that under the II defendant severely] earl:
present pro- called
to defraud elderly supplementary medical On August 9 a pre-Induction The oldest/ men are I
by claiming ,to be "Held persons rep- Social Security Office, states. insurance plan Is voluntary call was made for 14 men to first The order of call-up Is then Imposed the heavy fin

resentatives" calling to enroll gram no solicitations are being It is this part of the Medicare determine ,their acceptability.On determined by tho registrant's James Jones with an alternative of five. Hetire in comfort
made to enroll persons into added. days In Jail.!
the elderly person Into the program the. con-man August 23 a supplemental birth day, she Enlists. In
the Medicare program by a- school In other cases the judge: j
federal Medicare usually attempts to sell. The call was made for an additional The number of high
The con-artist's sales pitch gents or representatives of the supplementary rnodleal Insur- 5 men.Another. dropouts this year will prob- Army Band Bound: over to Circuit Court with a cushionof

la smooth, seemingly logicaland Social Security Administration. ance plan starts July 1, 1966 30 men will be cal- ably decrease. High school stu- Robert L. Rhoden antf France

]legitimate. for persons' 63: or older. Others led on September 9 for examination dents ate. draft-deferred until I James K.: Jones Jr., son of B. Brook, who are charger CASH ib
The con-man for( men), The Gainesville Social Security should contact their local' to determine their graduation or until ,they reach Mr. and Mrs. Ermle Jones of with living In open adultry ",

come up to the home of an Office Is the district of. Social Security Office or field acceptability for military ser age 20. whichever comes first Starke, enlisted In the Regular Both waived the right to( coun
He introduces lice for Bradford, Gilchrist, representative about the time Mrs. Dampier said that ,the Army on August 2 for alignment sel and to a pielimlnary hearing -
elderly person. I Levy Dixie Alachua, and Mar. vice.Mrs. volunteer to the !98th> Bum l
himself claiming to 'be a So-' for them to enroll. Persons Dampier explained that number of applicants Army
clal] Security field representative ion counties. now receiving Social] Security an accelerated quota system has decreased recently. at the Army Aviation Center. Fined Lester Kenneth Randolph -
or an agent from the I Mr. Gentry added that in payments. will receive in the has been required every two A volunteer applicant Is one 'Fort Rucker, Ala. He i is cur- $35 for intererimgswiU h
some canes it may be necessary -, mall curd for who applies for Induction instead rently undergoing basic train- the
"national Medicare Office." He an application years since the Korean War duty of a law officer! Th
'will usually give the Intended for call upon an elderly person. medical sometime Enlistments have moderate Upon completion, of basic '
victim a certain: amount of plan men being discharged> upon officer Deputy Fran
j, accurate Information about But no legitimate Social Se- before December 1965. The completion of their military ty Increased for all branches of training, Pvt. Jones will transfer Brtl. to stop cars in the futur< I

i. Medicare. Then he states he curity representative will
;"' is l ready to sign up 'the old ; for payment of an advance returned. The medical Insur- This, combined with the recently Local 'board\ 18 Is located In School for 21) weeks! of Instruction ufflcient reason' (such as t

i, parson Into Medicare. As anIncentive premium or promise a "spe ance plan costa $3 a month announced increase in Sturka at 111 W. Call St. It with his Instrument, violation that wag witnessed

''he may say a spe- cial discount"The once the plan becomes effective the draft, has 'resulted In a serves Bradford und Union the trombone. anl not on a hunch or belie
J, vial discount is being klven new Medicare program on July 1, 1966. Thereare doubling of the draft call. Counties. Mrs. Dampier' has Jones Is a 1063 graduate of that a violation had occurs
Of' on Medicare premiums for consists of ,two parts. First l Is no discounts for signingup Mrs. Dampier feels that 'been ,the clerk of the loca BUS and was presented with "Be careful in the future :

promptly. many young men do not take 'board tttnco it was opened In the Arlan Award by the the judge warned "or you mar

u Mr. Gentry stated that no I the right attitude abou; the 1040. Starke Rotary Club as the Wind UD with a man nf tale RKTIMMINT TEARS CAN'1Je pretty soft when you
legitimate,Social Security rep- draft Mhe emphasizes. that it' outstanding member of the IWTeIIt---:; -- have the funds to do the things "never
'" Your Vote For II resentative would try to col Is not only. an obligation. It Farmers RemindedOf /student band. t you've
I Will Appreciate . J' Most outfit heard Involve' had time for" before. Make it
lect advance' payments or premiums is also/ a privilege It Is a traffic easy on yourself
.. for enrollment in Med- privilege and an honor to ASC Election T. H. Slade NamedAs number violations of boraK. were and ordeie a large now and :later. Start saving a little at a time on

.:,:' .4c 4e' James A. (Jimmy) 'r bare Every Social 1 Security rep- protect million a wish way was of their life many own,'t Formers' atid ranchers today TrusteeOf I forfeited when the defendant a systematic basis. We add liberal earnings regtilarly -

falleji to appear. giving you thousands of extra dollars
0 sentatlve or agent curries with Mrs. Damplt-r believes got a "lost-minute" reminder World
; a' SULLIVAN him an Identification card. At The September, cull will be about Important elections be- Neighbors when you need them most. Plan for a comfortUe -

j the top of the card is writ- of men In the 1-A cliuslflca- Inif ,held In Bradford County.'I'he' T. H. Slada of, Staike hru I' DWI ChargeIs 1rUr' e1nent. Start saving here DOW.

i ten "Department of Health, tlon. Theie are no present annual elections are to been elected, to the nationalboard I'
For Education and Welfare." The plans. to call married men. choose ASC former-committee- of trustees of World LeviedIn

card shows a photo of the But, Mrs. Dampier !mild the men who will serve us local Neighbors, an International First Federal Savingsand

: representative, his name and manpower pool of men clasxl- admjnbitiiaturs: of national. fcclf-hulp' organization accordi-: : WreckA
: Chief of Police
o, V position with the Social Security lied as 1-A Is rapidly being farm-action: i>ionnirns.Voting I jig to an announcement by

Administration. On the depleted. A large percentageof Is being held by mall Dr. John L. Peters president Loan AssociationOF
back of the card ia the Gainesville James
rep 1-A cliuislfied men have received according to Mrs. June Chapman : man
In The Sept. 14 City Election resentative's I. D. number and academic deferments. ARCS County Office The private onranlzatlan is I Russell Barwlck. SI, wa

physical description.Mr Others are expected to receive Ma nonetand a. ballot has active in about 100 project charged Saturday" '' with driving STARKEr
I have been a resident of Sturke for 20 year und Gentry warns that the areas 18 countries In Africa while intoxicated when he
student deferments been ,
en- sent to each known eligible
would like chance to show what I do to upon .
't a run I. D card Is not positive Asia and Latin America IU caused a collision by
: in drtvlnf
rolling a college or university voter In the coVinty. Incase
make thin a better and safer community our )program: Is described in> the onto U.S. 301 r
proof/ that the man or woman this into the path of
Still owners
September. eligible failed)
.. rltt/.en -ami especially our 1olln,, peoplft. any is.fue' of Readers' Di
carrying it Is a legitimate have ,been married August an oncomingvehicle.;! '
to receive ballot through the
representative. The I. D. cards, / goat! The collision occurred. 4.1 I :NorthTemple'I _. (Phone9GIO.VX
.. PLEASE VOTE FOR ME WHEN YOU GO TO Married men without dependents mall 'he should contact the Hke many other things, can be Entitled "Neighbors( to All miles south of Starke when .!:
other than their wl/-
:: county Generally. '" I Ave. ( :: )
counterfeited.If es are classified as 1-A and n farm. or ranch ten- The World. the Digest article drove his 1961 Chev- ,[ s
JIMMY SULLIVAN you should be contactedby are not deferred from, the ant, or sharecropper owner Is eligibleto tells how World! Neifhbors has rolet Into the path of a 1958 y IIIIII+
a person claiming to be a draft, according to Mrs. Dampier grown since 1951 from a ftmalleffort Oldsmobile driven by John
II, field representative of the So- But they are placed in ,vote If he is eligible to take I with a single project in Mann. 19 of Wal..). Ouaile rlfstt
(IM. Pol. Adv.) part Iti one or more of the
cial Security! the fourth order of cullup. If India, to a nationally w
he asks for money or advance the 1-A pool of available men programs adlmlnlKtered:! by the ed organization support-I',

premiums for enroll- becomes depleted, it may make ASC Committee. Eligibility to 100 project areas in 18 countries ...
, vote hold office I ,
ment in Medicare contact or as a commItteeman r
necessary the oallup of some

: It: Cost Only $650 To Add your mediately.or local.Social FBI;If this field Security In office not pos-Office Im-- I are married safe.men.Married The men. 3-A with cluuutiflciitlon children- .I rea national, on of ortiilnr.race Is'' not, color restricted!creed, by or'. 'a that The helplnit World Digest hand Netffhborn story to the points stresses needy out, E l c tDII. u

sible Mr. Gentry. urges that assigned. 1 ,to married men Envelopes containing", marked rather than a handout. Instead -
you >try to get the license with children, which Is a deferred ballots may be mulled or
BRYANT QUIETIINE COOLING of charity. villager are
I number of the car the person| returned to the ASCS County 1
still effectat
Is In
helper!: to get the n-remary Ciihiii' J.
Is driving. The phone numberof Office anytime before the 1' lloiint)
'the present time, Mrs. seed. fertilizer: ", and small tools ; )
the aistrlct office in Galn- Dampier. said August 27 deadline." Ballots through revolving loan fumln. .
To This 6-Room Home. esvltU Is 3724308. No particular +increase. In will be tabulated] publicly on

I T. C. Watson la the Social the number of application' for Montfav.' Aiw. 30, at 0 a. m.. In

Security held representativefor academic deferments or In the, the ASCS office Clothing CareIs Your ... _--'"

Bradford, Marlon and Levy number of expected (college enrollments The following slate of Key To
counties. He Is In Starke every has been noted by laces for the elections. nom-j.

Friday ot the Welfare Of- the local board. been announced: Roy Sharp Look

Lice, S. Walnut' St., Phone IW4- 'The liumber of men, In all ens, dyne Cone. A. II cl..m-1 CITY COUNCILMAN t

9111. classifications, getting mar Jr. Leaton Morgan Jr. Bryant Do you want to look sharp

ried has been incraaalng grad- Reddish, poster Shi Smith, I and well-gloomed at all, times
I ually over the dust, few months. and Albert 'Tyson, If the answer! .Is. "Yes," liven citoin; TWOI

I Youth EmploymentExperiment With a noticeable increase Inmurrlui'e. Three regular members a net whether you're! a teenager or

: Works .. among neq} in the two alternate! will bo elected a businessman you'll be interested -

1>A cluuwlfU-iUlon" Mrs. lluniplcr One I member will be elected! .;; In what Miss Elizabeth

For Forestry ServiceCounty 1 said. foil three-year tei-n'i.' one fora Dt..k.10/l..> rlotMnf specialist.

__ Ranger J. C. Prevatt A check of ,the records at two-year term and on for Florld.Al1'kulturAl. < Extension will appreciate your careful consideration of my can
the Bradford County courthouse Service has to say about
:Jr.boys said employed yesterday,by the that Florida five," '! ( showed 15 marriages recorded a ont'-yew'* will also term..elected The' alternate torone"t'ar ; clothing care. didacy for City Councilman, Group Two. I realize the

) for July. Thirteen marriage Mli\ blclcetwm! recommends I II
Forest Service here this sum terms. Questions on great responsibilities of this office and pledge to
mer as a part of the Neigh applications were nuule eligibility to vote end hold office I, wooden' hangeis. for your suit you

borhood Youth Corps programhad during the road same period.As from. the or In the election procedure and spats jackets.! that when elected, I will do everything in my power to
I out tine on a away i will be determined by She mays to use trouserhnntjer '
',Surprised? everything" ,draft marriage ,i Ut not a sure the Incumbent county committee I / ,* that MI P.-Ilfd alack give you fair, impartial, economical, and: efficient
bet. It has been a .iin-tt national .
and suit the cvflwThese (
The live youths, who reported subject to appeal to the punts
Nod !tome owners are when they learn }roe reasonably wo for work early In July policy to drul't rnuirlurlmen. slate,! ASC Committee All eli help sloes wrinkles and. service as your councilman.
But this policy is now
: eau air condition their whole house with Bryant. were Sammy Eunice, and Daryl being reexamlned. gible( voters are urged J to return prevent the urmlluhtly crease

: Thin' home has 1600 square feet of floor space. Also fho Crawford, both of Lawtey; Student deferments lire also their marked ballots before creases. made by hannlnsi across I am deeply concerned with the presently high utility
hanger bar.
Wesley (Butch) Wllllngham of the August :27 do-adltne a
: attic is Insulated with 4 inches of blown insulation &the side of Brooker being closely examine! Although Do not theme Jacket -
Starke; Andy Gainey wear rates and feel that impartial outside firm should
lenient. in the post, Mrs. an be
walls with 2-inch batts.
; and L L. Griffin of Union stacks or suit repeatedly.

.. Quletllna cooling was added onto the warm air system County. Dampier have to tighten says, the up board to comply will M.\TO\" WIIO.Mir (9)N'RItN: "1 TJ'e fabric fibers. require "rest" contracted to come into our city to make a complete survey -

: quickly and economically. The built-in features of Prevatt sahl >the boys had and will sited wrinkles mist rt-
QuieUina with a now Selective Service of
simplify installation. ,been given an all-around Introduction directive. !1\.tlr..| .IK hrrrJiy Ith.n l I tern to press If Uuj>rf properlyfor our present utility set-up. I am in favor of reducing

: to Forest Service! Unit the why horn nt Hnwl-l a. day or 'W''(). the
This new directive requiresall \ utility rates and relieving the burden
: We are adding Quletllne cooling to adequate forced warm practice, Including timber with academic deferments ford (County llimpltnl' on 'JulyII. ,1 If a. Kirnnmt. Vt suilrd. have on our
air systems for $000 and up. The coat: to air condition your stand Improvement. 'work e- ,to meet specific require '. I'.MU! 'aid. glim the Ill" It cleaned as .ion eot< poa.! lb1eno citizens. This too, wll help promote new industry. It

: borne will depend upon the size, design insulation shading, qulpment and building maintenance ments. Students must be enrolled of Jennifer IV ('amphell| I I.I the stains will not.set. I! ,
: and the need for additional wiring and duct work. i site improvement, office on a full-time basin, lint, thc.rlilM of Mr. and. : poinlble, clean spots i Immediately t- is my opinion that there has been too much said and

dispatching operations, 12 nny 't'lulIlI"11 l i| of with a clean cloth and
Let us survey your home and tell you how reasonably you map reading, radio operation, carry hours, maintain or more wiUf.ictory, I .V.'O! C.M ou. Ha.Mr. \1r.1 clear\ water or !spot remover NOTHING DONE!
: can enjoy cool: comfort this summer and the to and lookout tower service."The ..
1 suounera come grades. and. gra1everug,," I Slsnedl' .1)1 l Knot your tie for each wearing ,
'.. We guarantee our work. Call us today. program" has worked. I and progress. annually to the : met! .Mrn.: It.iy I). .'iini|>.lx-ll! Don't leave. it knot I1tuul i In the event I am un.ilile In contact you perwonnllv.: please) accept
said.'All '
out just fine Prevatt next higher grade. Courses l'uuspls-11'n TrurkltiK'' !'.>. slip it over" your' ri '41Ktttur Na.H Imitation for
of the boys have .shown off I ('. ; my )our support| and title in the city election.
be "': I'lorltlltIt tie heir
bruant real aptitude and Interest In study,are vxprctod to completed -ties on m good I
j' on time. That is four Make mire out-ot-se iii I
their work, and several have SIl'TI:111lIu.: I : I : I: II./ 1963 1 :;
\ : QUIf TLINC: AIR CONDITIONING already. asked to come buck'II year curriculums: are to be. clothes are stored In a dry I
completed] in four years. Additional place and protected atmlnwt
with us next mummer. hope KIC.IIT POINT twr
OF to get somd! good forestry material time Is allowed for way you w- Com In an4 dust Moths or mildew Good Government Means A Progressive City
In such' fields 11.1 law'
SLADE GAS for the future! throughthis I select year favorite. rsTF.B-
: STARKE or medicine '.. 1'1.1. Notebook ji.50& iti theTELEr.KAfll. ,
, program, he added. j BROOK Fountain TELBGRAPH. (>,1. rot. .A.tY.)
{ j Students, who in the past .

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Redding Injured bin *.lno. *' the. .. teat., LOA.. A meetingr. l Jaycee Plan I Elderly Bradford I

I' "'See... you Thursday." Labor Day'Safety Man I I. Hurt i
I is. Eave
-Carolyn I '

Grid Sessions Progress At Fast Pace Break' In D. C. Mugging .I )

otxlin 11.1I y flan for: their annual Labor An elderly Bradford man,
"-' Day "Stfety Braak" wen. Newton Thorslancl wa the n havequestionS
j With pad donned since Mon-1! number;" Coach Hume aaya. practice begins Monday" he the fewer number out for guard on defense. Is ReopenedGood completed, by the Stark Jaycee "- I victim of a mugging and wag you

lay BHS football practice isoing "You cant win without experience added. He urged that the JV football will be felt however. Griffith 'eJao singled out at a meeting here Monday robbed of 1330: last Wednesday< about
| much faster j'
than last and you can't got ex- players run themselves Into The 1909 Tornado Une will tackler Jim' Oodsvln. Andy fan night. August 18, In Washington, D.
vason and Coach David I IItports news (or bowling
ha has Hurse I j perlence if you don't come out.' shape before they begin prac have only one starter returning Miavton\ \ and John Spenglerfor in Starke and surrounding With J a.m already in I IJoth
put I
his basic offense and '' "Our big hope now Is to tice. from last season-big 188 their practice performancea area cam this week With the Chairman of the project Jaycees Thoralnnil about SO U a serviceyour
onse during the first de- have a big turnout of ninth Hum) may oe two years off I pound end Eddie Douglas. to date a* well u ends Eddie!: announcement that Stsrke will stop motorists at a member of the First Baptist
two .
grader when junior There will also be only one Douglas and Joey Its.... An. hefreirtiment stand U.S. 301
week's drills. varsity In his prediction of how soon Lane closed tor the past aev- on Church In Stark and llvo
returnee, at the Important defensive other end Sandy Sanderson, of BHS and local National Cuard
In ,.- ....... .. In front serve alone two miles south of town
Already shy depth the .... -,- ----: --- of fa de era! month; has been reopened
post linebacker and although inexperienced them free coffee and cold on 8R-100, Injured In the can h.lp!. row
[quad was truck a terrific 'under: new mamwtnent.
I, thla 'week when t'omerbrukSteYe: Tllley -Hsenior velopingwell, Griffith ..,.. drinks on Labor Day. The the.06'y' mugging he ia now in a Wanhlnton. .
and starting who baa been an excellent The now owners are Jim and to that, the Safety Brook I>. C. hopltal but I I.
[enter mlddleguarA Butch k linebacker Two returning Evelyn- Urunruwtt who com vacationingdrivers afc In StarkeVi.it
I tedding. lf 63 team 1y, keep / expected home within the
his kneo. Coach captain Humemya TM lettermen, Quarterback Donald to atarke from Martanrra. >rt, and help prevent iwtl- week according to Informationfrom
Injured Falcon and halfback Dwight/ where they operated) a bowling dents' church orfldat.. here.
i the seriousness of the in- Elder will make the alley for that pant three CWO
bury/ won't bo known until safety' years. The Jayeee' aim plan to The robbery and beating Al Crosby
position one of the most experienced originally from Panama -
They are
Lifter today (Thursday). Red- ; present. Th Jimmy Strlrklamtahow took place In a D C. bin ata-
kt on the squad however : City. Armory Rldg.
f ling la now attending practice 4 D fNiL In the BHS auditorium tlnn apparently a* Thonland
.n crt>tch!'a and his lose i* a I WI { BotlMr., and Mra. Brum- one Sept. 9 to raise fund. for wag arriving there on a vacation Call 961-2211
big morale factor. Coach Murae this week pral-' melt are qualified Instructor their annual Christmas party trip. or

"Butch la one of the finest ed the work of Falcon. Elder t'arottVQvc5 and are'offering free Instruction for. underprlvelegad children.

I football player here in eight ',_ Mickey Agnew, Randy Joiner. to aU interested bowler .
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Calvin Varnea and David -- -
(years" says Coach/ Hurse; ; 1 LeaWU" are now being organ
i"ills presence Is sorely mill'Ed. l }ar Shannon. Douglas Conner, Used! and *houis l stare' ) the first
shifted from halfback to fullback '
week in STARKE
The Ladle Golf Aaioclatlon September.The
U adapting well to the I
Lofting i ad ling means' the will com to life next Thursday Burmmettt. with their:
new position the coach: sayx.Elder I
I vanity It down to 23 player. with a luncheon meeting. young son .Jimmy are IlvnqI
I Larry Conrtell, junior quarterI : :k Varnes, and Joinerare at 12 noon In tha clubhouse.: kn ei mobile stoma on the
to learn both the
I(wick ha* not yet reported to + having It has been ''a long hot summer Stark Lanes property.
halfback and fullback
I practice because of a death in poeluonbecause but here' hoping we
; of the lack of
[the family however. A Hura said. Joiner reservepower a have a "\Ve have just enough to tie McRa wtU be hostess and
I << 130: pound junior ran at fullback Being Organized
scrimmage; if anyone ta in. will be maltingcard* net:
In the will will
I jured now we'll have to go to spring week with further information.Plan .
I hAIrline scrimmage," the coach run mostly at halfback thisseason. now to sane on out and I OrfranlBaitan meetings for
| *ay* ,, L4 But both he and Conner bring a covered dish and a I four newly formed bowling

Rut Conch Tony Griffith : will probably a.. some new member. lNKuee will be hM at fftarke LANES
action at their old poaltlona.)
I says his line other loon Red The new Ontf Pro, John Lane at follow: .
dinl{'* Injury I I. coming along Richard Crew., a 131 poundsenior Watson, will conduct six one- Laxtlr League Monday

well. Griffith coached the BHS dnfeniriv apeclallst and I I hour golf lesson starting It- Au..' 30.( 7:90: >> p. m.
I fonwall that shut out 'If'Vent'ame 4'- an eweiient paaa received la round eVpttember 9. Ladle, Man' Commercial Lraaiie.

I last year and allowed back after a season's lay off.Coach thl I la your ohanc to get started Tt*>*.. Ant.'ft. 7:30:: p. m.

I only three point average per, .... ,.--,. ........ 'Griffith had praise for right with the golf game. ThuraJay: Nl.ht Mixed Cou- JOW 0PM.

game scoring against it. Hursel I I I football uniform are mIwlaas. fur their warmth but thenethrr Steve' Tilley, Roger CMlMon,(I Following. lesaona, special.. piN Lairuo' -Thura.; Sept I.,
and Leaton Morgan, all three '
I also along says his welt backfield although is most connIng I .. BUS grkUer an lining all they ran to rmitliat the hot rcJUnMr Bddle Btancllla event you enjoy will the be planned game. Sign to help up 7:30: p. m.Thinslay. .

I August heat. Fullback. :.Mltkey Agner, hi .h..uJ..r pals, halfbnrk now playing both guard and now with the Pro and plan to Morning L* player are having to learn two Co/fee
League Tlmra..
positions toucauae of the lack liwlght rider top left ami. Jimmy Illiu'k..-r, kiutvrd I center .Ines. Redding baa been participate. eVpt.I. .
10 It
m Important
I of depth. their heeds kilt wtvk.' lf. a far cry trim ,be stylish Beaus I out. 01'a IAS pound junior I am looking forward to renewing that

'In about two years we'll ciiln, trod under a heavy .helmet. and. the cotuhnt like It better' and an excellent prospect friendship from last',all bowler*t> theM planning leashes to participate Leagues Call
la working out nevi *>t middle spring (that how long It .has at*
feel < \e.effect. of the few than long lark tool! tenet .thrae onrantaaUonalmeetlnrs. Are 964.1501

For Local l Fan .,aNT IMPTMTCMtTRCH. I Being For


I Sunday service for Aug. .,.I Organized InformationJim
UF's Hal Grid Thrills
Seymour May Supply Morning Worship" sermon''I .
"The Office of Deacon." (Aria .

1:1.7: ; I Timothy 3-8-19): ) :_.
If he UVM up to apring Improved player on the Rotor back ("plit end paaa receiver day. Ha high Jumped 6 feet Poe Is also an accomplished fling sermon "".re Am I.
training promlw. Starke'* vanity during Ut springs and blix'king back) and In th. I I A Inches, good enough to be tailback and wingback and Send Me.N (Isaiah 6::1),

own FiJhtlngF1orid" Gator I drill, Seymour will finally geta defensive twrknclfl. Class A state champion. will also! be iud in these role Sunday achdule I

Hal Seymour may give grid.I chance to really ahow his I Aside from his win reputation Iris high sohool mentor BUS often la the upcoming ...._n. School t:45: ..m, : Morning Sunday) and Evelyn Brummett and Son Jimmy,

loral fan more eollrgn tuff In his final year of col. : to nuor fans a* a bare. Athletic Director David Murae, Worship 11 ajn. Reglatratlon. I

Imn thrill than any home-i leg eligibility. Known heretofore font punter, often sailing the has wondered .*>r since Beymo of all chnlra. S p.m. This. Sunday New Owners, Invite You To Come Out

gniwn product in history this mainly a* a Tmrrfnnt pigskin over 70 yard. Seymour *r signed tale grant-ln-ald Heilbronn Church la Choir Enrollment: Day

eann. punter, the2, 2Ofl pound I I" Rush remembered her a* n 1 I three yrar ago when eome- for ail members and prospective

Tabbed by UP Coach RAy speedster appear a very I tar pass rerelver! and high body at the University of riocId News Items members of all hot.....
Craves.. a* one of the two mont bright prospect a* a flanker- I jumper back in hl high school, would' diacovar that th. Training Union 1:13.: Evening, FREE INSTRUCTIONS: BY QUALIFIEDI
I boy can catch pass aa goodas )(fa. Ellen Kite of Daytona Worship 7:3O.:

anyone and run like. a Beach .* visiting/ ....r. aril Mr*. Wads SepL 1- Prayer' MeetIng INSTRUCTORSKeep
streak of lightning. Hiira D. L. Kite. 7 ".m. Church ChoIr re
kept telling" everybody who Two of our yotsTtv people hearsal A p.m. ,.I j

SMilE thiS finS would listen and finally Just will enter college this week.
over' a year ago. It appearedthat t Mlaa Martha Ahem< will attend _
would his
rhancei.Seymour get take City Junkie College,

ar tv) Olenn Norman will attend
lie was touted aa the second
Massey Junior College In
Offers fastest mall of the UFs
>|iiaxl last aeasofl. slower than Jacksonville.Mr. I AQUALIFIED
and: Mr*. lAmar Red-
You only the fleet running back : c1Wv..t.rd. relative In Ocala AND EXPERIENCEDMAN
tot1 Jimmy Jordan., II. even got in t
tout weekendMr
one game aa a flanker. and
and Mr Dill Oreen
pa** receiver. I '
Hut" his IM4 opportunity vinited her father Mr. Craw. IN OFFICE "
., Hospitali ,
ford Maoclanny
attack of
wa polled by an
On These mononeurleusl Though' h*I I i lest flufwlay i '

& dresaod for every game, he The Junior and Intermediate Re-elect (1
was rarely used even a. a boy are on a camping
QUALITY APPLIANCES punter because of the danger trip this week at SampnonLak

involved.. *. Chaperones are Rev A. WILLIAM
Now fully recovered his c. TorVt Hudl Harley" an' tr

emergence .* a pas receiver, Harold rAtrmanTh ROSSER
his fine .p-t a''", and block' *> Young Adult Ciao. had ( BILL )

UK\ niirI ( : Ing ability together with his a steak supper >at Htaurdaynlaht .

ill] $ brilliant showing (last spring at the home of Mr. and

A assure him a place among Mr E. L (Nosh i N etnan.
the Ontnr"* eon of flanker- Friend of Rurnetl Re1tn CHIEF OF POLICE

I bark. Ills .,....,. all, and are glad to know that he U

30 INCH RANGE Jumping aMIrty also made him still Improving at RiversideHospital.
on. of the Ur top. secondary t .

The filMlllr. Of W.T defenders last spring Mint Carol dpruc spent UM I urn rurncntly soliciting your vote and IIUPd.p"'m.nt.' ThU I I..* your money, when you payport
SlB9 What It all..,... ep to I 1. bid for lfttlon Chief of and entitled to the
Magic Chrf past week with her grandpar* In my re- as your thU. you want expect, are
of Mr
that the stalwart son
and N.... J D. Seymour of enU. Mr ant Mn. O. B. Carter I'olicc. I lent _nlr. poMnlhle for every dollar spent.

Now Only a.- tar..... after three year she .* a reelatemj none
on th. bench eacept for and U employed\ at) the Marl- During the put four yearn I have nerved an I would like to stress. that crime l la a nodal

baa dutle .. a punter,,anna hospital at prevent. your chief, I feel I have nerved you capably and problem and (the concern of the entire communlly. -

From $119.50 may be the \busiest man on the Mr. Nancy Spruce and Mr. In an impartial fair and honest manner, workIng Kince I I9'! H crime In the U.$. baa Increased

Other Fine Buys $ Fighting Gator squad com and Mr*. Ralph' Saunders and every day to Improve the. pollre department .hI time faster than our population growth. In
tile )M3% grid __. children from Wt Florida '
and have not catered. to any croup or faction.
19 work
How much Seymour hueaa rtsJUn; Air and
this season I* entirely up kffa111a Mrs O. B Carter and N,.. and ': !My' department and I have worked to keep I9A.1' and In' 11)13 has Increased 2 per cent the)

WESTINGHOUSE REFRIGERATORFREEZER ..* according to Coach Mr. James M. Norman. our city clean and .keep. 'you protected. day and II rM three month over 19b{I. This. should be met

.. The Adult Sunday SerwolClu with <|uaHled"and ..,.rl.n"d ,el'1lf"''''
llursM. could be a reaDy gooilfootbaU night a* well aa anawerlna the call of local civic
** held their monthly bunl- clubs, ) and group whenever we could he of aver
laaO. n.4..ftleR.; ; pUyer; 111 guarantee nee meeting; TlsMday, night vice. I feel I that, my record qualllkatlonx| and fair
'' *
frigecator satctioeu Separate ,hat 1' wm llenw* naPSMlcraaiwn.nt : a everyone
Fee_ I baa 100 to. eapaoty.FO dI..k.. Alan '
R L. Martan gave the Karh: certain amount of b l net and I stand. on (hex*) a* I humbly solicit
knot V..Ubt Cria>.. r Poe also. a scmlor, I Ie a two- Tevotional from 33rd Psalm year a money your
holds -o.t. *' psb.l of I year 'letlertnan with proven with Mr*. Crosby leading (In aside from the dt,'. revenue to pay for a pollre"t.. and support for my candid'tcy.'
.sgatablwL Mtrty a. a pas receiver., ,
Fefl wilt -rd Oeptk Sbsleq let blnch. .r and", r.nn were' 'oottA'wt' a* foUow:
r raacJi to amy ovner. Special also ymoufs main rnmpetl-
you Think f
/ Read
Mrs Freeman teacher -
2-f\ietBa' Sbetf at adjuU- I thin In his bvt for the flaakertKnc.twwnor Crosby, ; Stop -
Alb po./t.si. I Mr*. R. L. Morgan uwoelat

ReadasRfrr Keeper Is con es. I Richard Trapp I Uachrr: Mr. D>an Terrell.preVnt .. (1n: for and NK-KI.KCT: a man who will run VOTK; for and IEE.F: :.t.ECT: : a. man with I'ollc.

iently" looted r UM door.. It' of Btidenton. who will. .1 1 lw>,I ; Mr*. D L. Ktta. Wejyeaideni the office of Chief of Police In a Mober. ,Academy (raining..
hoid t one) potsxlrhrat play some at split end. .U the ;a Mra. JJLU Oren.eecnet.ry and
intelligent dependable Impartial
tolarar Lld>e. ts Open ; kind of pass ,..,....... who' ; and Mr R. L. Mor.ran > OTK: for and ItK-K'.KCT( : : : man who ha* nerved .

Utche*. WrmpOT-Quiet UecJuMUD. !- won | h. JI.M down for long trraaurer. manner you sit year with the Starke Police

BuaU-aa CeUaaV and i>..dn .....1 ly potrt.ftre ta Ire,.*. Aubrey Todd wa* Inchanre VOTE: for and IIK-KIKCT: : : : a man who will Department.
I.n outstanding fot of the entertainment.ftT .
continue to accurate record for
old player. which the """' ..... .re4refrmhnterau keep ,'(yrt: for and ttK:-Et.E"r: : : a man who ham

NOW WtUi trees three. flankerback U> member pr*- your protect Ion. served four year a* your chief

shoaM k. a vary strong srnt. "'(Yrt: for and ItK-KLKCT; a man wllh a high'
249 POM t"Ion wttto Florida this VOTK for and ItK-KI.KCT: : : a man who will not
school educatUm.VOTK
-.- I na"T IRGIBYTUTAN have .his.' hand tied by a political debt

Only/ "I think tsw*. three win I CllfRCH : for and KK-KI.KCT: a man with alt year after election.

get the' jab don at flanker.bark H. w..... Orrn ,. MlaWerBrhMulm bualneas ..perr. C'..
say. Vr H e4 Coach
Kay Craves. "W* are c.nn- for weetarUng:

Service Quality -- Savings dent that aLl three *f them caa Auer. 29: Your Vote and Active Support on September 14 Will Be Appreciated.
ratHl use football sad. believe Bunday aunday Botwnl.t .

me, they will get a chance ado :45 a. m M/a-nuvr Worahtp. THANK YOU
Just that the. f*O. 11 a. m Youth rtUownhip. 0

STARKE Seymour will likely start p. m. WILLIAM (Bill) ROSSER

SLADE GAS the Ian aa the second nina atflankerback. Wednesday Sedowl M4.
this Judgment InwL 1:" p. m.
IM .Pol.. Air I
oMaif offered' OIl.a n.ce.dbeam Ttwtral. .y C1.cu rrrortl.s. (

by yens G'e'es lave 7M p. M.. ..

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'It's Never Too Late To Learn'Is for clauses for the coming objectives and (lingers, ol, chanicnl, technical applications Methodist Church week Worship. Air Conditioned
I year Others may bo established I I communism focus on the In planning, design and con I throughout: and convenient
upon sufficient/! demand. Ideology of ,the Communist struction of projects. Schedule for the week: off street parking.: Rev. Felder.
Slogan Of Adult Education New Hour Avullablo \ .. '.o..k party structure and functions Music Appreciation Instrumental Sunday Church School, L. Rowan Pastor.
To accommodate more en- I ,01,11f I of Soviet ami the rule
.. system and Chorus. 9.43: am. Morning Worship. 11 ,I
of eiuh >. The cnrollcoI police in the adult programs; .. of the current regime. MYF,
"It'a never too lato to learn"In yenr ;) I 1 I Reading offered on different am. Snack Supper for FlaUic Notebook JZJW at the
I In- noon clasHus (fiom 3:30 to t'i the Important' political, social TELEGRAPH.
Adult Education!: Program offered of Bpeucl' !( In unv couisu needs developmental Worship. 7:30.:
to adults of this area by '| structlon! is highly Individualized 0:30 p.m.) us well Ha those and economic events in the development ,I courses' offered which emphasize Wednesday Junior Choir I I -6., .-
: : ,
from 7 to 9:30: .m. A registration U.S. :
the County Board: 'of Public A class In mathematics p of the from basic reading skills and practice, 4 p.m. Prayer Meeting I
Instruction In cooperation with may have ft few students form appears In another ;;f-4 Colr.- .1 tirmsto! the present comprehension., Advanced designed 7:30.:
others work- section of ''this Issue. Civics---deals with the structure
the State Department of Ed studying: Algebra \ to Increase reading Thursday Chancel Choir
ucation. Ing on Geometry, and still Students are urged t:) mall \ .\ i end function of government speed and further improve rehearsal, 7:30: p.m.IUADISOS 12 Wides .
others on General Mathematics, their requests <"elections) :Wj, 'of our civilization.I'rolileniH .
Married students, persons .. reading skills and comprehension.
over sixteen years or ago who Gibson explained.Closws soon as pousible. I of IVinocrary STREET Custom Made
are net rest rioted to The following Is a list o.C,Jhecourufs I Plfychologybasic study of
have dropped out of regularprhool. Typewrltlng-non-vocational. BAPTIST CHURCH For Florida Living
to be offered< Septernoer. human
the facilities In Starke Any behavior the family '
and those students assigned I ,typing for personal use 900 Wet Madi on !StreetPreachln !
area of Bradford County with and Its place In society, psychology G t 1\tore\
) to afternoon or evening ability
of keyboard the
a sufficient number 'of enrol- Literacy ICdutMitlon basic In human relations mastery <* and teaching YOU
courses ''because of offer cluss lees for a class la eligible for skills of reading and writing II coping with problems of a to write personal and business Ward( each Lord's Day with I For Your ) $ *
conflicts 'or courses not and In
this training program. Under for the adult beginner changing social and cultural letters accurately services' as follows: Sunday II
ed in the regular progra.mmay I good form. Standards of performance No Salaried or Commissioned
the Federally-sponsored Adult l Elementary Education for environment undo rstanding School. 9:43: a. m..
also participate according Basic Education Prjgiam adults who possess the basic,I I the interests, attitudes and desires comparable to regular Services. 11:00: a. m., and 7:30: II Employees
'to Director L. H. I
Program beginning
school credit In
students may meet In county skills of reading and, writing of individuals In matters I high p. m.. Training Union, 6:15: DAD & BRAD
churches, stores, or any au't- I and who wish to continue their of personal and group adjust, typewriting. I II m. Wednesday Services : P'I
Enrollees may earn, dip' able place Including homes study toward the secondary I ment. I Family' Night. 7:30: p. m.. Mt .1.11H LIKE TO WORK
ma In this program by either school, studies Include I I
Mrs Bernice D Hopkins, Coordinator elementary World History study of
the 13 credits YOU Benefit!
earning required for the Adult Basic reading, handwriting, I man's social economic and
or by Butlsaotorlly passing a Education Program statei arithmetic, spelling, social political progretta from earliest D-S UM1\IEU

tate test in the basic academic that five centers ,throughout studies general science health 1 I n______ __ civilization to present and how All Sizes on Display
subjects (offered in Sep the county have been selected and the language arts. world development has been
tember, February and June' Geneial Education: design I Win Wheels] influenced by persona, ideas LAWNMOWER 8-10-12 Widesli2 :
.1.' ed to accommodate needs of a I and events ,throughout the
class! which consists in part years and Expandable*
JIMMY (Potlicker) McRAE of individuals who\ are on the Pain Kliks. daughter. of R'r. and In. Jimmy IUd, and OthersBookkeeping

high school level, work in Individual Terry (.lalneN. son of Mr. and Mm. L M. Oalnct. are pictured I non-vocational New and Used

'problem area.a.J..anguag" I with Itolx-rt liarkiulale manager of the Florida and SOI I Drive- I Introductory course designed No Trade In Needed (?}

In Theatre*, a!* the youngftter. *" were presented. with handsome 0 to contribute to general education 8Yr. financing available

willAppreciate accommodate English various needs of lovels! adult to new blrytlen Unit Friday. 'of the student through Buy Now & Save 1 001.Dbic.. on any

students, when for high ram and Terry were winners In the bottle cup contentwhl the applications of basic principles Mower Use Our Rental-Pur-
concepts and knowledges In Our Stock
your school credit comparable in <'h climaxed the Royal Crown fun Show held at the Florida required for practical book chase Plan-Payments

content to those offered in each Friday morning during the summer. Fam turned. In keeping In everyday living Savings Up To $40-Mowers Under $50 Per Month,

vote and support for regular school at over 3,900 KC bottle rap* to win her bike and Terry guthprd with particular emphasis on AS LOW AS $31.99
ing levels. <* 2,039 for second .
cOI.'tJpond-// place.of principles of personal and family
English for financing.
Born basic "speaking, TIRE SPECIAL Front EndAlignment NOWMobile
bIOOg-l; High School Review-In tenHi -
Inb and writing bused 'on everyday budgeting' banking computation the physical and !
lve review of four Get 2-730x11 or 670x19:
Councilman major
City living expetlences and of Interest Income tax sciences, facts, theories and
needs. preparation, installment buyIng use 'of scientific method of academic area: English Mathematics Only New BliM-kwalh For (Mintt. American Cam) Home SitesAVAILABLE

(GROUP 2)) Literature insurance wage and related problem solving.Horlal Social Studies Science Include* Hudanclng 2Frmt
business activities of the Mc"'nf'1t on the secondary school level. .94 -
American, English Modern< $23 Tire* and Proper
and World Literatuie. lay citizen. American Constitution and Industrial Arts parallels Finn Ta* Alignment Full Lake PrMJejrea

.. General Mathematics-arithmetic Government -- the coruttltution the high, school program. Special This Week
HE WILL WORK FOR: Mat henum" li H No Trade Needed. Homestead' Exempt-
and legislative, executive end General Shop I-u e of basic
beginning algebra
-"Idltlollul l Itrtrrutionttl Fiu-llltlcH. Algebra I and II with emphasis 'on fractions 0 judicial branches and functions I hand and power tools in working All Tire* :Mounted. Free.FUKK g.88 Financing

Improved KtnH-ts Drainage and I'tllltliFrmomy : -.* Applied General Mathematics decimals, formulas graphs of national l. state and local with 'wood metal electricity Safety C'h'k.
: anil IIoneMy' In City and power mechanics Lake Geneva
-Fair and Impartial Mer lre.. To All equations, maps, charts measurements j Lawn Mower Repair Servicei'tMUpleto
Interests or responsibilities require and consumer buyer tion., national deferme, health I Involves planning deiiignlng
-,More Industry In Our C'nmmunlty: ftpeclatUrd mathematical education and welfare election and construction of functional : nv..rhaul or Minor Re-pair

Jimmy !McRae is a native of Starke, Korean vet --kills\ or understandings. problems. And cltlzenxhlp.Americanism articles of ue and value to Trailer Sales
Modern Math for Parents
eran, a family man, and a member of the Presby Kver-'lay\ Business Math -- I for parents who want. to learn Versus Communism I, the ntuttent. the school or com FIRESTONEDEALERS

terian Church. non-vocational!\ course deiign- to understand what their kids" same as required by munity. On Rout 100 One Mile SBKeyntone
ed to assist adult students, in I are learning In school those law to be taught in all public General Shop II Advanced STORE IIHrhtoOpen
.. VOTE FOR AND ELECT JIMMY McRAE developing math abilities for day I, high schools of the alate. Cri and specialized work in one "I% \\'. :MiMllwon. Ph. fHU-MI II! Sun. & Evenings

TO THE CITY COUNCIL the nolutlon of day-to-day: pro tical-analytical study nf the I or two material areas, more .
Alno Solid Geometry and I I
blems involving 'their personal nature purposes and TnpthodH I related Information and meMATTKESS -
P.S.-Regfotratlun txtokn. rloxn Saturday, Aug. 28th. If buslneHH affairs. Involves prl- Trigonometry.

you hanot reglMtered. pit-axe do HO at City Hall.Pd. miiiily a study of fundamental Science I

operation in arithmetic as General ScienceIntroducto
( Pol. Adv.)
applied ,to common problems ry survey'course covering both .

I r DRCL4a1f1{ fQiJ J: nSRiUIJS; : ..

XUVord* or km*, on* time.If .8 !Mvmvrlala. Resolutions fto par war*

not paid In advance... n. 133 (turti* of Thank. *, up &e JM> word._ ::1M

Authorized Ford Dealer For Bradford and Union County Keynl or Illlnd Atl_____ 1.33 Over SO word* _.. So per .......

"lu-b additional word over Zit._ .00 DUplay a.I.l In riamlfled. ___IJSO per tsw*
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I Insurance Problems? HASTINGS FOR 8AUE rOR SALE-2 bedroom frame HAY KIDS All day Back to

You Can SAVE HUNDREDS Of Call The Man Frcim I& UPHOLSTERY WORKS I Ready mix concr.te. concrete I houM. fully furnished; appro ', School Skate Saturday. August

Tit Lemon Sc. ralatks block howie piers sand cement t acres land located about 3)ml. ) 2*. Start. 2 p. m. till 10:30

"Keystone"George Furniture Repaired mortar mix, roc a. steel !. east on New Blinding p. m. Admission. just 50 cents.:
.rster shell 'tmerock. roof Road (ISR 2301, near! goUcourse. skates Included Skate as long

Dollars TODAY On One Of These E. LaRuo Upholstered! A IteflnNhe* gravel, lintels BRADFORD I $4500. Contact Bll)IEppe. | as you like.-.Fun Spot Roller
Keystone Heights ENO.}? CO phone 964-9881 (Id..1) or Rink Bradford County Fair

Consultant For AH Your New Inner 'prlnffS I U..hlll i 964-5771! 'tnlghtl. tfchuP Oiound 2teKg: 26
and Box
Springs 1S""R.'OiCF.!
Insurance Need! Drop Us A Card or Call AT RrnrcKD R\TF. I!. A.. V A. or Conventional I FOR SALE-One acre of nor.
available lit BUurkfI Ida 90 Strawberries. S miles
I'' Grrot Hrprrnriitlna Amerlran 111*. Co.I I MRS. FFGOT !RIIALLEB! F.. CONNFR I I or rural are' '. :Int. rate from' south of Olen on Highway/ 125.

NEW I Tha Traveler In*. C.... I 209 E. Adklns St.Starke. L'I.4CKASC'F.OESeT/! ,; 5Vi to 8 per cem. ParamoreHomra. I Phone 259-7872. Mcclenny.Elvln .
FORD CARS I I At:it ttC'h1{ phone 969-4111 Starling 4tpd 9
it 6 17 Tel 473-4692 Day I I II I Stark. Fla tfihgi
I' 'I soil. FOR RENT FurnMieJ 4
1965 473-4325 Nttes FOR SALE-Fill dirt top FOR RETTT Two beiroomfumlahed

Home Himlnes' tractor work DOW" and _lied'I house. 310 N i UISTRIBITOKI room and bath apartment. Air
Fire -
Auto I building supplies, W, T. Jackson Phone 964-7183: I WASTED condition. Utilities furnished.
I Mnnthl* P."m.>... I'I..n. I Church 8t and
Building Material and Machinery [ tfohnI No Competitor To I $IS 00 per _k. MilUrd Juid.:
3E SUNTO!!: SEE World I Supply. Phone ....I set up new accounts In exclusive 127 Lafayette St! Phone 9645931 -

I Book before buying any other 40A1. tfe.hlrI I FOR RENT-2 bedroom fumbhed territory. Investment secured 2lchg: / B2$

.. .. ..BUT..44 I Encyclopedia.! M A Payne houve. FPL electricity.I by fart mt ktn Inventory' ,
hot water. $40 00 mo. Phone of amaalnn plastic coating
your local representative! slnoe I FOR SALE Oood business I ,. WANTEDTO
936. P. O. Box 603. Phone and residential properties InStarke. 964-0949 3 miles of Starke E. used on all types of surface

184-3794. techll I Improved and unimproved Highway 16 3to 1821 I Interior or) exterior Eliminates BUY

H V Knight.. O waxlnff when appllci: to
YOU BETTER GRAB ONE BEFORE THREE BEDROOM. 2 bath I Drawer F. City tcli II FOR SALE 1 19o5 cnevrolet. !' any type of floor Eliminates:
QUICK condition RNI -
Home on your lot $50 00 2 coor. good I' aU paintlnu when applied' to Saw Timber
I enable See at Farmers Mu-
town. nall monthly payment FOR RENT-2 bedroom house "' wood metal or concrete surfaces
869-4111, UnfumWiedSO tuil Exchange, phone 969- .
iramore Home with tile bath. ,
"''t..rkf' tfrhqfSTABU'SHEt OO IM4-24rt5/ tfchg 1-::::1 1.....,. Investment $500 and
Rtmt. $ Minimum !

THEY ALL V ANtSH---- AND THE FASTER YOU : > ROUTE: In FOR SALE -Denlmbledential r 'Ol-I FOR FOR SALE S room ,I Maximum 000.i Investment $12I > PulpwoodIMMEDIATELY

mo'em home Some furniture
Starke $87.50 average pel" lot l located on E. Call | write call:
i For deUlU or i
week possible. Full or part St, among exclusive: homea Phone 9fl'' -4083_Up

GET HERE THE MORE YOU CAN TAILOR time Writ Watkins Products, I I Reasonable for. cah.Wnte. FURNISHED APARTMENTS. PEVOU1N Phone314: PLASTICS AX-1-1500 CORP !
Inc., Dcpt. 8-3 P O. B.IX; No for particulars! 1723 Hour unfurnished houxea 11.! S 3411 North Lindbergh Blvd I
2447. Memphis Tennessee : Glass Drive. Orlando. Fla.. c*
i Burdette, 524 North Chen St. Ann MNwirl 63074 It 03n TIMLOG Inc
R' 12: 2tt B 3 LI phone 434-0779 3tp ft 2f!1''I
\ ] St Phon' M9-3334 tfrhg ,

YOUR FOR 8.o\LE-40 Ford plck-ur 1 MAMA: PRIEST KINDER1 FOR SALE-Frame house.! 3'4I 5 Mi. So". Starke ixi 301
BARGAIN TO YOUR TASTE! WE BUILD by your pltru or miles] east on rd 16. 3 bed
good condition. Bet! offer Sn 1 \RTEN:' re lstratlonAug: I Phone 961-0241
.. ; will draw plans to suit you rooms. drapes In every room.
Harley I Johnny: I Haaen. 782310S 34 9 to 12 :3 I tn S 2tC'h<< H Iti .
U u[ We build on your lot or ours central heating. Beautiful Contact L. H. Outlaw
i FOR SALE Three bedrooir 1,II i Paramore\ Homes. 969-4111!>> 1: :yarrt 4V:; acre. (Sixty-Nine

You Can't Beat Thla One frame hol_. 3 mlln south ol,; Starice. tfchv!'! Hundred). Terms. Call !9694352 -
for this thmb tfchC FOR RENT-1 and 2 bedroom
Just $10.000 Starke on Htway 100. Reason.' _
o '- 36 two baths, central heat enclosed .. terms. Phone 99-1833 house 964-1863 62* Epperson St Phont tfch'' FOR SALE-Good used! refrterator *- own lot. J B White, *l4-l St.atp .

Bank OFFICIAL : garage fenced bacl t _:atp I P ::1" at UHlHmton ttr** ga.

yard, plveetreet\ compara FOR RENT-From Sept 7 U .
| Craf : SA1E 20 On, rtngle CHOICE -
Months tl.edy now and modern. Vrr" May 28. one bedroom cottatfurnished. \ rallable E. SUe S Parker'.
30 800 M wure cooker chtnaware. -
house trailer 8' x gun. pr
FORD suitable terms ran be arransed 533-2711. Klngslei r
mlscelUneoiM Just off C.: call sc ixr x iw
\ Financing Immediate / For rent 3 room furnished a I'' crystalware.
occupancy ; 1",1If': ltpft
969-3701 tld\c
olI : Call
!. Thomas. Re&1t.o&Tel 964. I pert ment $35 00 per mo Oil | books. anJ odl pieces

CLEARANCE To Pay !5701\ 9M-5682 tffhi,-I INSURANCE WORK I I' furniture Jams* Pucketti .1 FOR SALE -One art enamdI

months training: for marries: Keystone Heights. Florida 0 teurr'ry tub one Mart chair. ,
SALE FOR RENT Furnl""* ed a. i :MOVTNO New mattress -- man age 22-40 wttn hlsrJ, I ttP<1 1o I I. .
Infant /
I one ertft
one ptsy pen.
twin size. Solid library tab!:!. \
Also lights an:
rtments. jj school rducitlon anl
no pre
T II BemenC
Call 4342. .
water. Mr Bulllngton. 964. 2 porch rockerv prlo rkxr unuran. ..1IIPft'1.. I CUston5OO. .
FOR SALE-'M/ Ford 17.J -, ,-< Pt Ipd
Fhrne 964-74M./ Rt 1 Box 12 9
7271: or M4-M7I tfch, '0 $91.OO poor w-eka! ry durtivH a dr Whit* with thie Intertor -
C C Oarit.. StsrkeFl: It
ATTFNTIONUOUSEWrVES: :I training perfcxl" Phm? O&lnet: Standard ehllt Excel". HELP WANTEDOn* maa.

Children I n'' NO. 2TS i I vllle! 376-5411 for" a::, :>>ntlrWT't: era condiUon. Phone 969-2531 31-35. _''3 piftiUon. Caa

:hool If you ha\re> a few etr >:. 8 acres 107 ft on 301 3 mll<.. 1"'h- I tfrtr i. J,,ror tile. EL-4OJA1 A.-k
,. 'I from 3Urke Only 15500mj !\ Joe Mr Lewtf or Mr Smith.
hours sell Avon C"1meticai WANTED .
MaU s. m t*'
>O. SS9! IIF.HE'C.Ul'E! 1 *4 B-Umont !|1\ 2tpd 92 J JFOTl
Writers.: 0111.:1SIIIcat : : 2 Pin. S dart week! Must b I FOR BALE- | i
: P. O. Box 687 Live OalFIll. t.!j Bungalow of 5 room* Ac baU'. expertencel: COOL nn owi[i i bedroom House trailer. $1500e < ,
I tat G".II'l i !MO/Xl t Door Hardtop f jlcon Fuluri t Oooi Hirdlop <;' In brat of repair. Fenced. 3 transrortatJon. Depntdabl Gash .n4 tike up paynvntjg > RENT: --2 b-droctn furnf f)

Plums. 1 Pear and Pran tree.* 0 ani r-ttrr Write "A" In er r..T M4- **I it> btwd or unfumuttedi house, iicomrenlently
Closing out our record-breaking '65sl! Get the aavingest deal, of 40 ACKFS: L.M Spacious lawn shaded fes. ,V. of BrsiTord OmmTTe'erT' .0 located! In Stark. S

I" the year) Big' choice, of models. colors, options. At today's low ? Situate ,S mile of Stark Urge Elm trees. 4 miles froi'n Drawer A Starke giving p n:!i. FOR RNT2: furnished a. M. A. Piyne. phone :i-3784.. I

sale prices and high' trade.ins. th MbSa will, (go>> fait So hurry) HUP fradei roili: ore; tw:) side 5. I Starke. '1th frontage on pat r[_ fr-nr, phone numb-r an 1 partntvnts. Klrrrsley Lake_ Orbedroom.
Misht b ated for countjh :7 ed highway.: Yours for OTL*: a""Mrx* tffhi uoaUkirs, two bedroom --I
206 VV. .MADISON ST_ STAKKK.: FLA. PIIONK: 96I-3.3S1 1 or 961-3391 :tne or uWiv ,'nz: See! It $5500.J !l rxrwr-stalrs. AH elec.' *- ;, FOR BALKSUr ptaraX
.and nakr/ me an offr AThonwa RE.U.TT
8TROUT i FOR RENT 4 room) apart.- C H NasworthJr '. $10000. Call
H quipped | 949-43M afUr I.i
Realtor. Tel. 96i .,I- J117 N. Tempi Je A_ o ment. private entrance. :234 WU 533-2431. jj j.
4-4011 all
f.h. or P. m or day
i 5701. 1 (IV. S. 3UJ] Phone .<9-34! Lafayette. "4-'241. 2tcb.' atcrtc: 9.:''I _. Saturdar'..or). I!

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it STARES nA. TIIUR.$" D\Y. AITC1. 2& 1965

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!I .. I''to keep- pesticide container so make bett..rI'" of ......nt.1tel'UIIz..r .. In "nasty jMilite'. ('.osrl. !. ender. month. from the date of
- I and For llmilfuril I......,.. .
that doctor may have it for I elaments.Next \ th flrMY publlrittlon! of thl* notice

.e I NEWS And NOTES : Information. Tuendny will be blackberry Klorliln.In rv: MKtnt.: of Thunin.. Neal. l must. h.Uiirh..: in claim writ\ Inc or and demand tnimct .
Soil sounpllng can oo dune receiving day for about t.yiill, II.1.. I"I..d..| 'l 1.. fh. pliir. i>r ....Id.n"" and
:MvncK-: : TO paal ufflu. arttlr.Be of the nrtrn
For Today's HomemakersBy any month of the ywtr. If 15 folks In our County. Several nnt and moat b..worn tntjf\
All .
.r r
... YO1m VOl delayed", suiuplliig will receive l.OM( ) pu.its Th....".. :Neal/ l Lyon til. Important Referendum Coming Uo Martha Sue McCain t nit!Kln' for oropri like uiiU and, which will set an acre. From an hfifbv nunn.,1 .unit .......III..d uorm-t.. -0' It will become VOId
,, .. according 10 law.
t In file
ny cUlmit i u. demsnd'N *
rye or even lupine it just that down to 6 plants to produce III.-h Ihcv iimv IIHVI- .irrmniitniilil July mt 1905.
Is the old "courthouse square" and tive screening of the refuse area County Extension might pay la tlo no. It you more lIuUa family inluliIn' ih. t.rn ,>r thorouiiiy Lull. hnmplon, Lyon

r the central business district of our elimination of competition for limited I Home Economics Agent have gnus and clover pasture uae. "'tv,' H'loililu.. .JIIIK! "In of tlii.llrutlfixil i.uiirllioiix','.. .iVniii-illHtuiHi' RX.OIIIII\l.nL.It.UfPION of the LYON.K:.l.l. of
towns! and cities becoming a vanishing parking spaces by. delivery trucks and I you sure ought to have a tent I Half tha plants will be I "Klorliln within il> sal! : Thumm Ni.nl Lyon d.c....-ill .
landmark before ordinary fertllUer.: Ifi 'lortlklJran 1 and half OklaMuhA /8 4t 1/27/
on the American scene? parking.It '
1, empoyee WALLPAPER REMNANTSIt to tM utensil and I i clover has nut been 8ttU' .fiu>| This in necessary for
Not necessarily so, Dr. Wil- was gratifying to note last we..kthat I ,
says !
tory might amt\ out that 'i
Tam'\ la boU\ practical and stand until stains \ you proper pollination. Em-h whim
\' M. Shenkel industrial real estate the Starke City Council voted pretty: to use a scenic or printed Then wash the piece lime Is low Trot will tell developed by our experiment" lit'-l:lecl
professor at the University of Florida. unanimously to call for a referendumon washable wallpaper In a ghly with) hot soap or lde whether you need high ctilcluni station re eiin-h people right
,lIt is his belief that future prospectsOf the September 14 election balloton klt.chenet.tebrKJtt: a.st room.or gent' suds anA rtitse water. or dolomite. here. In Florida.

the central business district are not a local act, passed at the last legislative tuning\ room. It takes only a GOURDSTo r'l We have a few folks with These phints a't nmv will :Ruby Johns
quite as discouraging as many observers session, authorizing the City minute to wash away splashes prepare gourds for gold pasture and 1 you can just pixxluve some fruit next April.
t, suggest-but it will take imagination of Starke to benefit from the use of and spots with a well-lathered, orative purposes wash. count on their sending In soil About ,two acres we sot last f
sponge-and If you have been piece In suds. Thla acta ai I' samples before. they buy their December should .have a pretty .
foresight, and an aggressive pro- Federal funds in an urban renewal You have been VOUN a4w.ly r
doing some redecorating with safeguard again** fungi may good crop next April.
tram of improvements to keep this program. Under this program, blighted : .%'
O-10-20 and might
wallpaper you can use leftover bacteria Handle carefully you We will noon be saying, "Iftt' Council .
i spectre away. areas in the downtown district and that 0-8-24: Is better for berries City man ;:
strips to make place-mats. avoid marring the skin you want, come to ;
*, Behind all the traffic congestion the could be purchased from the present Just out the paper to the bruising' the fruit. your null. A call to us or a Bradford County. We will .

(flight to the suburbs shopping center owners (largely with Federal funds) desired dimensions and use! INDOOR GARDEN visit with u.. might be money- hove blackberries and ntrawberrlra .. 10 YEARS EXPERIENCE IN CITY .
j}competition and Inadequate parking and converted to beauty spots rather rubber cement to attach each Light rna.keos.11. the making time for you. A soil next harvest sonson GOVERNMENT ..

1 In the central business district still than the eyesores they now present. oblong: to piece of cardboardof ence In the success!' of an tent does not ri> tIt puys. It They are Always the sweetest SHK: WILL CONTINUa: To WORK HARD FAITHFULLY AND IMPAMTIALLV .

lie unrealized business opportunities. Many cities-and: small towns also-- equal size. If you have door garden. As a matter evwt going pay to where set strawberries you might be or and biggest and beat> In Brad.. TO RCPMISINT ALL TM. ClTIXINS Of STARKB.:

The rehabilitation and full poten- have already benefitted from this pro enough glue the wallpaper to fact. It's often the I plant' turnips and 1 mustardgreens. ford.
both, fides of the cardboard.The "must" in growing I Yuur Vole and Support Will lie NlmirelyTHURSDAYfRIDAYSATURDAY Appreciated.e .
tial of the central business district gram and have stemmed the tide of Properly limed soils
mats wW be twice plants. Most people
as useful
lies in the attention given to tenant deterioration in their central business:
and twice as washable if to water- their plants and
election to parking adequacy, to land districts. made reversible. To be really fertilise them frequently

utilization practices and to management The citizens of Starke will have an thrifty.1 the wallpaper they don't usually give .

techniques the doctor reminds opportunity to take the first step in surfaces with clear: lacquer. sufficient light.

Us. this direction on Seperaber 14, and we Either way. the mats can be Foliage plants require
1 High quality parking facilities would that wiped clean with soap or detergent overhead light of low to (
strongly urge they take advantage I I I
result in higher rents more sales and of it. The traditional central' business i- ands after each meal. lust intensity from 12 to
Wall does have other hours defy Flowering
the general] uplifting of the central district is
not necessarily a van .
uses alao- for example coverIng need Malt light Intensity-
business district- but it means more ishing landmark on the American for a waste paper basket, same number of hours.
i than merely providing parking space.It scene but it will take planning im a lamp shade. and many oth DEVILED BAKED :

means attractive parking areas- agination, and foresight-followed up ers. There are so many differ' One broiler-fryer (12 to
the remodeling of exposed rear store by effort and action-to keep it as ent type now that their use pounds] quartered; -
exteriors control of trash, and effec- we know it today. .is almost unlimited. You maybe cup butter or margarine, ,
i able to get enough for sons ed; one-fourth cup pre "
little odds and end jobs by mustard; X teaspoon
::1:1I I Youth Corps Success StoryAfter visiting your dealer, as soroetfcnee crushed:; one-half ..., ,
they have a roll or two onion salt; I tablespoon

a rash of lurid headlines reporting hours a week and have gained valuable of discontinued pattern or sley flakes: 3 cups fresh' I

I troubles in the Job Corps experience in all-around forest service some sample rolls very reasonably crumbs. Heat oven to 400
priced.' grees.' Warn and dry ( '
1 ranks-with the women in Florida practices.
I l' and the boys elsewhere it is refresh- STAINS STAINS- STAINSWe I Combine butter or '
-- Not only has the program helpedthe .
do get a lot of questions mustard ttrragon onlin
ing to hear a good word for one phase boys involved but Prevatt sees concerning all types of stalm., and parsley flakes Dip
of the Economic Opportunities pro- it as "a big help to us" in that it will
usually on a fabric of one content chicken piece Into"" satire; th
gram-even if a small scale operation.This give the Forestry Service a pool to or another, but also on roll plrvrs In bread I
summer the Florida Forest draw from to meet future manpower other' Items as well and one until well rested. Place,

Service authorized the part-time em- needs. The boys liked the work and that you' mlirht be Interestedin en In buttered shallow bit
ployment of several hundred youths most of them have already asked to trying .Is for stains and diacoloraUom dlMh. Drlule each piece ,'

under the Neighborhood Youth Corp be rehired next summer, if the on ensmelware. remaining sauce lUke SO
URDA advise pouring one- ute or until Chicken I Is
program. Five boys were given em gram is continued.So fourth cup chlorine bleach In- i der and well browned. ..... 1
ployed by the Forest Service in Brad- all Is not so black as the head- four servings.

A ford and Union Counties, and County lines may have indicated. In Bradford I

Ranger J. C. Prevatt Jr."said this week and Union Counties at any rate 'IPAINTouiCoke.s1

that the youngsters "have proved oul there are five boys who have definitely -

fine" in every' res eet. been helped and it .is not too muchto

I The boys' who might otherwise have hope that some of them might WiTH .
roamed the streets in idleness an
sum- even have been guided toward a life-
,) mer lorrr have been given useful em- time career by this summer employ. YouR .: AGENT
ployment at 1.25 an hour for SO( ment.

..--4 de'I

Sneeze With Ease PleaseJust

l Ioz 1Ja 'PaJdy
in case you haven't enough sneeze but says Dr., Mezz "scare MARY tti.ng
worry abollt-there's always the the living daylight out of all living .

question of the most efficient and socially creatures withIn a radius of fifty 1 q*tol

a acceptable way to sneeze. yard with a blast that combine the I II I OHM! --
With the hay fever season immediately nasal eruption method with an earsplitting -

ahead and the winter cold season vocal accompaniment." Such DfCeorge
soon to follow you might do worse individuals
usually suffer from a bas T.liuggins.
than turn your attention to advice by of
friends who tend to shun them In
i'I Dr. David Mezz. a well-known otolaryn- sheer aeJt. etenlle.

I gologi, who nays there are right and The right kind of sneeze In case ,I

wrongs anything ways else. of sneezing-just like Just you're keep Interested mouth Is simple enough. Httto N_v.bit r hurts concerning to review PB8TICIDK a- creaseil.would have In some been canes | e

your open and permit r1n
After years' of observing how different safety. Ptrnt I.t me| destroyed I IThere
the force I
of the to be
sneeze expended who I
people sneeze: Dr. Mesa has share a little Information II are .people
j jI come with his orally. No pressure within the head, read recently.KUmlnaUon. abundant food 'Is a CII.
categories of.neeze.
.... no nosebleed. no rise in blood pressure of nratarta srwl)| There are peuple who ,I
no damaged sinuses ears, or I reduction of oth.r ln ct-car. modern peirtieMes are a I r '*
One of these is n e'vll ?
the polite PLUS
sneezer mucous linings. A handkerchief' should 1 fled dt.e..e. sa*. ov.r ftO.OOOlAmerican Actually pMtlcklM are I I Iblewilng r, '
who in '
consideration of others tries lives each yet Illness The secret to In I
always be
to smother his used however to reduce I the three R'..
sneeze. In doing no. the and suffering .Ht prevente membermg ( PAK Of
he creates what could be a dangerous spray effect that might be an. inside noying to anyone within a radius of more. I lme and then" follow .
pressure the
head 11e
resulting -
In a stroke. ten feet. With the crop protectionpoMtMmies. I t to/Mi on the label i

Carefully weighing the possibility l better utilisationM If an Ineec-tlrfcle Is ....
Anothercategory: U the lip-locked of social oblivion against made of fertilisers and mechanical ed. torture vomiting and | er
possible physical I
sneezer who' keeps his mouth shut aids. Therefore, perarre course, get to a donor or { f. /
tight and damage Dr. 5fezz urges that have In-i lie '
sneezes through the none. ylekte" of crop a dortor lmnv everyone should just i
This sneeze naturally. 1
can serious' effects
upon the Better a few lout friends than damaged our place, but a day later It the dag's ("(tn'). and now
nasal ... :1110
membrane .
Dr. Mezz warns. :
linujwu.And WM stUl there because our wants nothing else but \
Then \.... ,' .11' '
there U the "fire alarm"sneezer saturated.. .. \ \ .
hi food! 'I
wtioie area pyre '" .
now that we're all]
who comes close to a perfect ready for the . : .tt
hay fever ae-axon. I
The bale ratal frogs UM OUT BVTT Lhfo diplomat, Bam I
windows for htmting, groumls\ marked to the parents. : _
for trisect.: and moat of I now1 you won't have to \
are about an Inch or *o In Dwight David for fleas/ -- 6-PAKS OF LI/rtlT!
tar _- ,
length But taut w(rfc we saw anmflnnw or other the
Farmer's w tiny one that would fit into wee TIE alJ'Pl""iAtood'
Diary Then there the eawe of the a pea- hooter We rant e*. DOUBLE BONUS OFFER GOOD ON ANY
growT' who lost a tobaono pisJn It. but maybe frogs. Ilk.era .' Time ws_ when they )
By OMI YeGarrtq barn by fsre and entered a are cnming out now In oil fthhra, orVt wraps
elasm for it. But the conpactWe rnlwplm a swat and goodnmn MARY CARTER BRAND PAINTS
oipsor claims it was OBS what for animal food ( "' I
which hit a hteh of 77 cents a count otoanx and..w to are fortunate ennugri to wom-oiU butohers. Was for
I, pound las* week. However be- pay off at that rate.The grow have three clunga of pine few we II now)I. but wtj wish ROL-LATEX WALL PAINT TRIM & DECK ENAMEL ROL-HIDEunxWALLPAJNT
aal.oft the> now acroswrepnuntiage er argur otherwise and the ths for the brat would take kv k tcvtay at '
art year >
I '698.t 2nd GAL. FREE *698 2nd GAL. FREE 893 :. 2nd GAL FReE
controls smue growers CMM= may go.to. court.. time on* of them... sent up km shelvm. of stuff sa.

sons wand tobacco up they the) werent ataann with able We had Jut what we dth'lIwed Teen two' blooms.pus ewer They. but look tour like Gn Cor cat. sir Mutt and Old Plus/ 6-PAKol COKES Plus/ 6-PAK of COKES Plus/ 6-PAK COKES

to ..u.. Speattrsj of that the other day a real I
problem turn reddMTt In color and .
The tobacco market ekmd I & one t&r'IDPrYou -toxi- 4rangler" ot. rainstorm make tntermUng centerplMva And If you drxi't believe I Ti.Sl II SPAR VARNISH ROL.EZEtAruUOUSEPAIHT LIQUID GLASS ENAMEL

'Tuesday and I Mail go a '698.t: 2nd GAL FREE 89&"i: 2nd GAL. FREE 89S :1. 2nd GAL FREE
a wood- crap were estremerjpleased and you' cant store u.-.o yard tro a lake. OeuaOy the meat enunt man for a i
with price 1lcef.ed what's a urn gcsng to to with, water drains off fairly well a' always bem grtptng for tie t>g The chances Plus/ 6-PAKaI COKES Plus/ 6-PAK of COKES flat 6-PAK of COKESlUiamftl

about fond that .Is offered for .') Inn at your a* If you I I
sale and rot being fit to eat. M for a big part of hi* I
,pRljt THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH I and now we have the prorrf of1C I arm and after making a E i 1 KEEP COOL WITH FREE COKES
I We might explain that at I run to the refrigerator, (+
4Q ESTABLISHED 1B79B. the same time dog food to get out and say he t is fresh out PAINTS WHILE YOU PAINT AND SAVE
At.N ting fonder and fancarr aB the bones.
erG r B. L. MArntewe I.rro *.. IYKI' asa) time and the> mutts rww have AT THESE BARGAIN PfflCESlj)

o their enntr of various meat TstotnmMea say. mar I
FLO.Iwa'e OIOOTT wane M5WMAPea PuscieMsa CoN4noN
+ eomtanaUem fancy WscurU.1 affairs are June whiulng
Y1Muouav UMDCM TMfvsaicMg ears NAeyww and evrn' doc candy Inner at a gad Tats arid
wq dart have to wirry ... I
BACK TMwa>ee v AMS ENTtwss Ae gceow CLAM Mang. AT Turn
Wet up en Jsrbmwtlle tent I the country going Into a [
fort Ovvicg AT 117aaaL rva. Uwon ACT O*> MAacw s. iere.CM .
weekend tra-rktabie
happared. ptn. Maybe so. but U a

TIll TRAD AREA OW' TEAR UO . .six MONTHS 11.00otnmzDc UtU two-year-old I to us.. that nnlessi c+. t4 353 N. Temple Ave. Phone 964-8201] /
Dwlght David down on the changes' soon Cassia abase
TRADE xiuftA owa YBAJI $*... . mx MONTH i2.. t F*. S*
f>nr with Nappy. the mutt eate are AM naturaXy .

.... reacted over sod took some; of bo ewt us Into a flrst-eJasa
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1 1







I Keystone PTA I r New ManagementFor Sara Jo Sprow I! AskedTo

:Sets ReceptionFor Beidler's t I Weds Mr. GraetzIn Cook

TeachersWilliam RestaurantMr. Gainesville

K. Baker, presidentof and 1 Mrs. Gilbert Partiilcs I4 t 11i Mr. and Mr. Harlan A.

I'I the Keystone;:"' < Heights PTA. of Luke Geneva have i l Sprow 'of Keystone Heights

announces that a reception assumed management of Beid announce the marriage of their Accept :

for teachers of the new school ler's Holiday Restaurant in daughter Sara Jo to Ernest

year will 1x held] nt the Keystone Keystone and will reopen for K J. Grads, son of Mr. and

City Hall, Friday Aug. business at 10 II m. Friday Mrs.!! Ernest F. Graetz of Sur-
'c) 27 at 7:30.: Serving (hours! for food will ts g asota.! I

(; Main purpose" of t the rpcrp- be from 10 a.m. to D p.m., The ceremony took place Values

(linn Is to tn.Tit the new tenders with the lounge open till mid rfI Saturday in Holy Trinity Episcopal County '
CAMPUS: BOUND Mrs. Casper. Bmne a 1964 and! welcome them to the night. In addition ,to the reg Church, Gainesville Rev.

Be( iniiin' next week, the honor firadimte' from KHS. j community. Each teacher will. ular menu the new manager Earl Page reotor, officiatedat

trrk, to the coHexe]] and unlver- Her freshman year was takenat be Introduced and his background will add pizza and Italian the ceremony which was I

.campuses will take place. the University of Florida !: Riven. cooking and will preparo all]I #I attended by members of the Keystone City Tax Assessor Four requests for reductionIn
All citizens And parcr.ti are, Item for takeout by the valuations were acted otv.
service. two families Cook asketfi
\with! tie Opening, the fall M\'d' she Is taking courses with 1hlr I I Janice was I
i I"' unestprs and semesters the field of teaching in mind. Invited I <.o attend. Refreshments The Parades formerly operated Dr. David Stryker. 'organist, I Council Tuesday night to accept Tuesday night..

th i>u hx>ut the country. Key- Mack Hall, son of the Henry will be served. 1 the Tiny Cove Restaurant t provided nuptial music. I I I property valuations as Mrs. C. V. Brust was granted -

stone has a large continuant! of Halls also enters 'his second nt Lake Geneva prior to which Given In marriage ''by her shown on the Clay. County tax. a. $2,000 reduction in the
they owned restaurant neaRoekaway father, the bride wore an afternoon valuation, of her .home.
2:!'.> voting ,people, to this re- year at St. Johns, having tak- commuter and will be playing
Beach Long Island! dress! of blue lace a roll.The Charles McOIave was granted -
nor .i>r'K'' knowledge',:: who willh en his fjeshmnn year there He on the varsity baiketball team yy move came in the wake
They came to this area while blue chapel veil and carried $$00 reduction on his
it'irHnu! or continuing their I is taking, courses preparatory there while wtudyirw in the Mr. d a4 t I of a flurry: of protects by Key- a
Parades/ was employee 'a of yellow sweetheart denied reductionon
corsage home but :!! a
hi! 'I, i I'' cduoatloit.Bv for a. degree in busmeB administration field of business admlnl-stra-: with \i- stone property owners at recent -
Sperry-Rand CorporationThe roue
and will com tion. Son of Kyle MCMurtrys I I mec'tlntlRtconcern the rental property.
the :
and large St. Johns Rlv- the
restaurant owned bj)' After ceremony thebrlde's for reduction
Requests by
mute to school from his home. Junior has attractedthe Col. John
f College B. Beidler. has beenclo parent were host Redfearn Jr. and
lal"et' !! ccntlrnrpnt from Also ia football player, he basketball baseball and trackIn eel for several weeks 1 ir "oIiJ: a, with a dinner. at the Holiday I Mayor M. L. Beadey read a Lewis Huntley were denied.
thus locale. being; locally supported graduated from Bradford High 'high: school. preparation for tho change ol #4t Inn In Gainesville for the wed- resolution asking Cook to accept -i A request received Tuesday
In 1004. Brother and sister' Bubba -p AP the county's values and a
: collffRO/ with an excellent !- management.MELROSE ding guests. from Harold Smith of
reputation for Us! quality his sister' Reba Hall also '04 and Carolyn Jean Moody, t Z M ; The couple will live in Gainesville motion by Councilman Walt night Jacksonville for a reductionon

of Instruction.\ Fourteen of Bradford grad enters her sec whose parents are the Chester YYYYYYYYTY TYTYTTTY1 t ? h. where the 'bridegroom I Thomas was approved notifying .1[
these students ere listed with ond year et SJRJC where she Moodys, will both enter their 5' ia completing work on his Cook, to advise City Attor- property recently
: condemned by city and to
their past achievements and will leave In. dorms and 'plans second year at St. Johns. Both Lt.. iil: master's degree In electrical ney Berwick Anderson by the coon
be razed) ruled too late
future 'aspirations outllruedi.. to major in math education. students are tra ferring from engineering at the University 1 Council's Sept. 14 meeting was

Tommy Bird son of the In 'high school she was a other schools. Bubba having Wilma Jean Gardner Becomes Bride of Florida. whether or not he Intends to for consideration.

cheerleader:! and received the attended Pensacola. Junior( By Joyce Rowe I
John C Birds, begins his first comply with, terms of the re-
math award graduation. College! and Carolyn Jean the II rVVVrrrrrrrrrrrrrr.rn 1
year at St. Johns and plans to upon IMiune 47S-6692: Of John Allen In St. Williams nolution.
With/ business University of Florida
administration and a I
take a ''general course' of study
,his field Martin ten month stint in the Air I MURRHEE
while there. He will live on Johnny auAA.auA.&AAA..AAAA. INDIAN BEACHLake

campus in the new student son' of Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Force. Carolyn Jean plans to Mrs and Mrs. Claude Martin The marriage. of Miss Wilma French lace over satin, fashioned I WANTED : Insurance Agency
Martin, will be boarding the study\ science and:) received a of Mr.I mother. The fitted
housing A football letterman Jean Gardner daughter(! by her<<
and children left l last Thursday ( Santa Fe) TO BUY :
he graduated last" June from college bus for his sophomore teaching scholarship in her for and Mrs. Quincy Gardner to bodice featured a scalloped Generallnaurance

Keystone Hlffh School where year at the Palatka school, freshman year after graduation a camping trip In John Allen eon of Mrs. Lena neckline and long sleeves, Mrs. Jack F Miller Sr.
where he made the deans list from Bradford also' Central and South Florida.Mrs. I FIRE CASrALTT M\. 1
ihe High solemnized' at 2 with calla lily pointsover the
also\ played trombone: in the Bert Chlapplnl and Clemens was Saw Timberand b l BO.
school band during its exist- last trimester Johnny 'wee a a Bradford grad\' plans to en children have returned j p m. Saturday in St Wila hands and was closed at the auuta.uaa.ua.auaaJust I KINK: AUTO-

ence. Tommy has also been 1964 graduate of P. K. Yonse' roll in business administrationcourses. vacation in Montana. from llam's Catholic Church by Rev. back with tiny self-covered as I promised you last I Keystone Heights, 473-47M !

active In, the field of Scouting Laboratory School in GainesVille Mr. and Mrs Wilbur Sapp Fr. Thomas F. Kelly. buttons. Soft Inverted folds at week I will try to catch you k

(hawing/ risen to the rank of Julie Ann Nelson daughterof ,,are 'home alter a vacation in A selection of nuptial. music the back fell into a. chapel up on our part of the world --I.
Also a. 1864/ high school the W. H. Nelsons, will be of
She a coronet
train. wore
Scout hero
North Carolina. and adaptations was played by so goes: PulpwoodIMMEDIATELY FREE U. S. GOVERNMENT:
BTiwIimte, receiving his diploma sharing an apartment in PH- lace set with seed, pearls and Well
Entering her sophomoreyear Mr. and Mrs. Tom Watson the organist, Mrs. E. A. Lamm. Home have had vacations BOOK ON HEARING AIDS
latka for her second, at t
'at St. Johna is Bernice from Keystone High year of Jacksonville spent' last Sun The church was decorate:! brilliants antf 1 secured" to a and some are yet to !have "Hearing Loss Hope ThruResearch"
St Johns. Enrolled] in !
Jimmy MoMurtry enters his a general cascade veil of sheerest illus theirs know
Brune daughter of Mr. and arts and science day at the home of Mr. andMrs. with potted palms flanking -you like we mothers -
second year 'at St. Johns as n course ion. Her bouquet was !sprayof next
the altar and baskets of white 'Rt come: Monday
she graduated in''' 1904 from E. M. Robinson. chrysanthemums, gladioli white phalaenopsl on'hld'and : Yippee! Our begins! It la with TIMLOG I Inc. Writ or Call.
Mr. and
Mrs. Glynn Roth-
Keystone Utah, where sho was ;
baby's breath and greenery. illusion centered with acorsage mixed emotions many 'of u* GainesvilleHearing
hammer had as' guests
treasurer of Beta Club and over
n of white ealtleya view thin beginning 'of school
member of FI IA. the weekend,! Mrs rtnthhammer's Family pews were marked with chiefs. or-I for we wHl see tho last of the 5 Mi. So. Starke on ,101 Aid Co.

This A Keystone' High letterman aunt Mrs. Nancy Bdssand sprays and of satin white ribbon.orchids plumes Miss< Carol Louise chicks fly away from the nest Phone 961-0211 130 N. Main CalnesvllMContact .
In football baseball andi, basketball 'her brother Chester Wesley of KanfloA' City, wan maid of I I guess we should all have 876-OO9I)
of Oalneavlle.! The bride, given In marriageby L. II. Outlaw
Marshall Pardpe, will
aaid little
honor for her sL iter. and was a prayer for our
means enroll at SJRJC next week for We are happy to welcome to her:' father was gowned gowned In mint green Chan,. good bua driver Bunyon Kelly '

his freshman year He plans:'! Melratc Mr. and, Mrs Jenkins In roembroidered Imports'Iannn tllly lace over taffeta, featuring Sr. On Tuesday Mr. Kelly I I I

to study physical\ education\ and son Tommy, formerly of f I a Hcalloprd hemlrrw! and went for his physical: and lee- ''

and math with., to JCk.QnvllleThey! live where ture at
r!L- on eye I neckline. Her headpiece was a on Wednenday which
coaching in the future.. The Mr. and Mm. Bob( Bust ami, n Joint meeting of the bow made of matching taffeta time ho was to pick our bus COINSBUY

son of Mr and Mrs. Charles I IPardo. family usi'd to live. Tommy two hoards Trustees and Stewards -' with none veil. She wore I up. fio heave n big nigh Mamas -
he will attend Melrose /!, and the church buildIng it will
plans to commuteto High) matching satin slippers and not be as long 8.11l'
school School. commutes to compile do- has been.
this trimester Mr Kelly to ex-
of mint ,
tailed 1 Information carried a spray trreenFIJI
Above, the moon; Another brother and olstcrset Rev. and Mrs' H. P. Bar. the new I peeling to be on his usual ,
) nuimit.Brtdenniakis.
jmncttinry'building This
Beneath the tool of your darkened place' who will attend'" St. Jchn* rlnwton! wad; son. Benny arrived i combined committee plan will outline !' MlftM"" Audrey run come Monday. morning.! (; SELL
ate Mary Ann and David i lait week to visit Mr. The time che of business flakes and Stephanie Thrift,
,your day's cash receipts what the base bide of two
; Schaeffer' daughter and son and Mrs. B A. Barrlngton. worked out with the school'

Out of the murk the flashlight of a thief. of the George Schaeffers. Both The Barring tons' are from firm contractor bids as the Includes committee, and will the lace were over(gowned taffeta in lemon with matching yellow, office and .we should soon TRADE
know what lime to have the
graduates of
Keystone Ala.
High Jxey
Ask about service told the required extra for a accessories! and! carried ,
our designed to they will live in the kids l ready. For a general"
dorms for Quest of Mr and Mrs. R.
completed building.At I of lemon yellow Fiji 2l-IImir) Appraisal
Ft>rays Idea of Service: For Your
help you avoid this risk: this their sophomore year I M. Canon J last Sunday included nrtdenmalds. MissesPhyllla < our new neighbors

Both wtudmta are studying\ In I lutka their :son RalPh Cuson:' of Pa- were the opened meeting and committee when bid.. mum Massa and Dlarte school ret'MHea convenes at 3:0.: :%. at 8:25: : and Old Coin*--FKKK;. OF' CIIAKGC!

r. r (Continued on "PXt l t'lijte) and Mr. and Mrs. Henterson took action the following..", decision Chapman wore lavender lace Several of '
folks have
I I < of Windsor( our /
The CosfContlnuod won made. Bids for the over taffeta with nrntnhlrwr
[ on next Pagel new sanctuary !Were. openedon accessories and carried\. sprays been on vacation trip Many" Bring Your Coins To
Tb"s"lears have had
KEYSTONEDriveIn I some
f I Auff.! 16 with two firms lavender FIJI mums times but Ljuly Luck just
CUR NIGHT bidding. Total coat of tho Mis Cheryl Tome, flower\
Theatre was not In a pleasant mood I
completed mintuary will be dressed in embroidered DRUGS
I NEWS NOTES girl was when. young Mike Bell started t BELOTES
\ approximately. $112,0<>0. A special pink bntWe.. an' wora his Tho Hell family went to

meeting of the congregation how nf pink taffeta with. trfmn Keystone Height'
lly llrlcn Egan Indiana to visit with Bill's
DEPSITRY | )FrI., Sat.-AUJJ. 27, 28 will be cAlled for Thursday veil Brtward Jowrph Oarclner.

SAFETY. Sept." 2, at 7:30: p.m. in brother oil\ the bride WM rtn* (Continued On Next Page)

The ,\/UU.'TIo'ITIF.H the educational, building for bearerTie'
TrainI final approval.Keystone. I
AAKP members and friends mother of the bride

I should take special note of .. wore a sheath dress of tur-
KEYSTONE STATE BANK with Hurt Lancaster I 'the program thut Hr. Ethel i: qiiolte. green diorron: hintung. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-MELROSE

Andiu.1 and the administrative I Area and worn a matching onrnnza

NOTICE: Effective officers have been actively her head with short
Member Church Services
F.D.I.C. Keystone,, ( Heights' Fla. '
/ engaged 'in for the welfareof
week of AUK./ 21)), programs retired veit. Her corsage: was of white BUSINESS DIRECTORY
"Your Friendly Bank In Your Friendly persons. 1 mttleva orchid The. groom'smother
will be presented Locally Keystone( chapter -N.Ietlsl I
j wore a pink dacron
officers and members already First BaptW Rev J Inowcn. > i
on weekends only. are stiantuiw. heath, with a pink !

at work to promote pastor; Ralph Cope- .stew pillbox and mnU-hrrMi I .AI'PUANCKS) : AUTO! ItKI'.MK: (
these plane and programs. Aa land. OI'lI'1lnL"t.Wot'Mlp' NiruSKUY:
veil Her corsage"' was of white
the new fall neiuiun opens Rerviom [elan' ,,

BEST 1 BUYS BY C & C MOTORS with u covered lilwli luncheon *,ohe
INC on 8Lpt.I\ at 12:30: this now I 7 30 p m. I Inurswy op"!nlWeflnoHd.xy )
service Bent man for the groom wa GarageREPAIR Hlwv 100. rw home- 23Mil.
will be r -
program Introduced
Lees G"1..a. CDMCS THAT" Wt'MAC. 1, IT TIIUIl THAT. 'THAT'S A MI.MT ft.....iiil..U01. I 7:30: p m his brother, Onoree Franoto ... R, TIIIF. Proprietor ... SE of Stark.
MeDWr MC AITOY WA3( c ':. l Sunday School 9:43: a. mInursery
TMa JUT Allen, his'
PLAIN TMOTH l$, urn" ushers were
.WM.. {..wAl51.. .4U11 t NCFWA.D.A. A P."..,.. $ea" ...ToU.....CA.NCAIA c T.'G' t.'c., _: 0.TO.....{r..C..c.TMa. CP..elo.4. .ON Members are grateful to the I open. I. Tralnlna Un Herbert Nelson! Rowan Thorn- ttthoriJIed Motorola Phllca ; WORK Nursery Stock Thousand
OQASN WMaN ... Lions
NAae 1 p"u club "
---J "' ARC. I55 TO M AT for their unanimous ion 6-30: p. m. I nursery openl'albolie I alaaw and Service of Plant .Jk Fruit
Flr-k' Rrdfearn. and Rodney MOTOR mOT
nrceptanoa of sponsorship PAINTINC Tree' to clmne from. N1r.Shade .
< C&C MolorlA 11 of our thapter.. Together -Ht/ Wlllianw Fr. Thomas Print I I HerIre' On All :V"...'. roRTARLE "' ''':I.ntXO1. Tree. Rvprrewui;

these two organizations; : will A l'I'N'ptlnn> immediately! followed -| Si Landncap Plant All la
*to Supermarket Kelly ptlost" In charge; Mrs It"'10 srr.Rro: : ,1ks| I..n.o..r.O.tboard
I II II work for u better Keystone \ t.h- weldina''' : i fit th" \M- (vAlt TV containers plant ."1'Um. -
1 E. A. tjimm. organist. Molar
I .and. community. .Nanle. Hall. The brl-tfn table' .. Camellias A, azalea.

j Vlwitors and nil interested Majwa: Surtdiy. 8 a, m featured a tiered wrdJUv ck: Work Guaranteed TV Rental. Uwy 21 Keystone Height'* Let IM do your loon............
I Tuesday. 7:4: *! R. m. [Confess I.... _
puraon.i ure cordially Invitedto with pedestal twed by a keystone Height! 4134&11Sl'.1'ES Next to Drlv -In Theatre 014.5445 ;Slftah! sad
) &ion* ImmcdUtoly prior
the Sept D luncheon. l'li>iMC bride anr"! groom figurine and ..ta._ 17S-SI04)
i 1\1.1.-t'e I 'IPA! !I. ESTATE:
I provide your own table service. wn. < rovered" with a cloth of TItAII.KIt : Nit. Bun. 473-3143
end BenedictionMonday
: i Non-members planning to frmnttjly lace over" satin. I

I .. - attend are advised to make 7:30: p. m. White phaltlf"rtlOP.olThlds NOW m'XTIX: (; .AUTO SERVICE "Ren LOTSACTES

j' reservations. before Sept. 7. -I nlerdemonlnatlonalCommunity. were phwed around the butt :
: I Call Mr*. Camilla Stewart Church Dr nf the cnke. and the rake. win' WHEELER'SAppliance TO Z MI FT. REACHGOC

3-4170; Mm Wthel: Weynian. A C JI"| .. mtn.stp>.r; Mrs. flanked with/ IIvrr rare 4abra" Ui'4'ount Store 59.50.00 I'p

i WE MAY NOT BE BANKERS :11211or; Mrs W. A. 8ihiebo George! Oa"nvtOI"II'ILnlHt.. wtonned. with ... htteorrhlcH ealtelya I HENDERSON'SService )II TTKM.1S.E.McKay !
;3-1770.) Roar 21 Between MelroHe and
\ SUI1o'Nt.y School B:3f: a. m and satin ribbon Oar Center

j'UIlIfNIT''III'IU'1i MM\It\lr( Worship, 11 a. m Innris of .imlla! were otared at I Keystone On Realtor

i! ,BUT Members and visitors enjoying I IW\ rsrTT pen" both hours!1.:1'1..1 1. either" end. of the. table, which I Standard Oil Prnd.cta
Rev Oliver VVIP4M of TcmCK was prtolrty* over bY the MIMI' Lake Santa Fe ROAD. srRYl'FJohnson : KEYSTONE IfEIGHTa
| the privilege of again henr- Outboard" Phone 4 T3-4"I"

i We 'Can Show You How To Save Money pie It Terrace SIU\diLY.Community church -St: Anne's Rev W. W Baker M Cathy The WUlUmx punch and h>)\\f'Carroll. covered -] For Adulta Over 40 F1.Mng Sal4 Tarkl.A' Service- llantlnc RFTSTAtTIfANTSBeidler's

II I \Vorstall. vicar; R. O. Copeland with 1 lace over" satin featured For the people that want Fgalpl ta t-ahrt.-.TV.Ree
Greeting were extended to
I I onranldt.SumiwT an arrangement of white!! '[ lIOthln& a little bit bett.r.rnnxr. FUEL OIL -KER05&'nC
Mr. and Mrs Earl
'. llaynor, 'I Holiday
who cliedulr: Momma prAy orchkU and punch was | Intersection Hwy J1-10O
f were married on July 2ti. Prayer and Sermon. 2nd and served bv the Misses I : 4TVIOI Keystone HOI 'MS 4T3-4 07HKAUTY Restaurant
Church organlaallons: are arranging Cfor..1LI.'I.
i 4th Sundays 9:30: a. m. Inuriwry Arm Nelson, of JRrk.nville.tom .
for the Fine Fwwt MorleratMronci Trired
: ON THE flaw Bcaaon'n open I I. Holy Pucharlut Julie Ann Nelson, of Kev- ,* OFHCK ; :SHOP\ ( .
SPOT BANK FINANCING program, and all elected officers Hl'I'I'I.nSl'ItIXTI : N' DAYS WF y7Q.T
and 1st and 3rd 8un '
and ramntltee chairmenre sermon Rtotie Mini VtntlrU Ounpbelt Fiat. u-n Umtrt _
days. 9:3n a. m. lunr:" rjr kept the brltt..'. book pIVtJedtae
to attend the SUPERIORBUTEE fta Feed.
Executive Bonrtl meeting .a open 1 Holy Kuciuu-st.) 8 a. m. After wedding trio to 0.tn ..)- (; fi'--

workshop planning session on i each Sunday Beach the couple will rein SHOPTHE I Blirk N.rtb- of Hew LlC1'tt'

( C & C MOTORS :Montiity.. Aug.. 30. at 9:30 a.m. -Fre b j terla" slcfe Hillcmt. OFFSET FRIENDLY SHOP KUSTO.HEIGHTs:

As Labor DIlLY fitll on the The bride ,W a 1963! rrnduatecf !!
i iji I Faith Presbyterian Church Open from t TMI 6 USED: CARS
AUTO SUPER general Keystone Hiirh Scliool. and
MARKETJJFWE mooting night of the -Rev, J. R. Noste: Jr.. minI Sic 0.1' a "...
her" hUAhan aim graduated',I Bradford
Churchwomen County
K will be deckL i -
HAVfN'T COT IT. WE'LL GET ITON 'd whether, to postpone it ,I teler moor :organist Mrs.!: Carl: Rlelautl Swlsher.<< Schue-wirn- there in 1954! "wtie'e he lettered I After 5 By Appointment. Only Hanks Used Cars

.Trll SFOf iANlCHNANClNrRt"I'" vlot tlst *n wtrall and truck JrI'I Telegraph Nettle <cht>ef"ry. Ownrr and 3-T Shop
,?- '1 MNtymii- The Men' Prayer Group attrndnSt; Johns River' (bl-
Sunday Pohoot. !9:45) a. m
,/. owViT n* a iMjym M meets tonight (Thursday) with : tone hwt yea and .Is presentlyon Dot McMichaol. Operator Ray SeD Trade

473 4M4 Or. jA, .PrjiJnerd" i SutVav.hours.Uornln. INur-t'l'y Worship open 11 a.isith l m. the .staff at rfc>K1 )1O<\al'BrsnaiZState .>Urk Ph. ,.....-.1101 t Cop': Pisne. 473.4tso RIw'I7: 100. a mL lIoaua!

WiUUtn Few will announce j] .) : \ ,Park f fl Horn Phone. 4T3-3O of Atarar.BRADFORD .

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Williams. granddaughter of where die vtelted Mrs Luther rose. They have moved to- bytArian Church and is open I I r joyvd swimming.ptcnAcln and! I I thought test weak when they)flare you *O. top '1& if yin .ChUf. Of ('u'h' ,. For Two

KEYSTONE Mr. and Mrs. John A. Williams -I P. Hudson, formerly of Key- Gainesville where they have to children In this area. School fishing together. .Roy OrtUk\tried to tell m he cant I Mayor" -.-.-Kor Two Your

plans to study human- stone and from there to Columbia purchased a new home. is held at theJPaJth JProsby-I -Mrs. Jo Strandbers; ba ..freer heat gotten two scales off & Speaking of the barber shot upOn. Alderman For

HILITES ttes. English and psychologyIn S. C.. the last stop on Mr. and Mrs. Grant Roth- Conan Church..It ,iai., c>D-protU quit ,feuciy with company ,thus boas that) aright have wetabeduw. fishing contest, nor brother-in-- Two Oroup Yenrn 4 -On* Alderman for

preparation for being a her itinerary before returning hammer spent a couple of and non-denoaHnaUonal. and : week Most of it atartexl on t extra five ounces tie law Buddy Kelly had hi Two YearnIneiMTtorn

guidance counselor. She was home last week. days last week in St. Augustine observes the earn, holidays as Thursday when her -. Mr. needed to win ,that tlsh- young sona. Mike and Jack In' \.. KrnMitln Pot Dfmnmrk KM Id Election Mr*.I

awarded the Keystone Heights NEW ARRIVAL enjoying the sea and sand. the public school do. and .. Mao CUis cam down trw contest pon0ored toy the th re for a haircut. It this 1a l HTMl<. nennln Albert Poter
[Prom Preceding .' Club Scholarship. Announcements have been They also owught a few flah. Emphasis 1* placed on teaching from JacksonvUl The Kill*' barber whop In Keystone the popular moeiUng place1, for (C-kurle Hurrty. Mr.. .. B. ".,01".

the art Hold. Mary Ann In end received star student hon- received from Owosso Mich. Mrs. Paley Boyd and granddaughter the children to read learn son. Pat his wife anti six Helfltit that I hex heard the fish' otorets some patrons surely Mr Mr.*. Hncvy W, l II. Hnnller.Thome" Ry Mr.Stone M.r.,

i fashion design and David in ors for placing first in her Of the birth of a second Donna Meachen. their numbers and readlnMII children; their daughter. Mr. fish tale to end them all. but sot their ears full last 'Wednesday. Caret It William. Jo. Valln.kl,
to attend school. The number Lorraine Fowler and childrenof Mm. Kathcrln Chl.m (Alter.
| commercial art. In her senior class in the college boards : daughter. Sandra Lyiine to have returned from a vacation Brneet Revels saved me MM Nephew Jack proceeded Sale). Mr. Kd Prvntt (Alt.r-
: of teachers is determined by .
year at hi,h school Mary Ann test. She beloved to the Beta I Mrs. Barbara Osllvie on Avw- In Maggie Valley. N. C. Mrs. Cedar-town 0* accompanied be'tterthan that! The SctmunU to ely all who would "*..) John $lun ion (Altrnat).
of tudenti ..
the amount rrgltred. them to "Aunt Jo's' where Mr Ma May 'AII."n..I.) Mr
received the home economics Club and girls' basketball ust 13. Mrs. Osilvle will be remembered Boyd reports that this is a Usually there ore two. they all enjoYed a duty of lake family came down from r>rnanrilna listen a btow-by-biow dosorip- ':"., Raymond (Alternnt) M''.

trophy. David lettered In football team. and rankeji third In her as last years music lovely spot to spend a vaca- Kindergarten will start Sept. activities and a picnic lunch Beachj for a vacationon hon of how he caught five nab Jam In** l Ttlmony.twl* (Alternate Whr).. ". tHereunto

baseball and basketball graduating class. and band teacher at Keystone tion.Mr. a at the Church. Hours will be eon. Mrs. Beutah Cutchall and the lake. Mr. Schrantt.- on same ttttJe piece of Mubecrlh Mv HamS

was a nvranbP of the Beta Carol Stepftenacm. valedictorian School. and Mra. William Isen- from 9 until U In the morn- two grandchildren cam by I cided to forego' all hto fishing worm I While this was the actual Town And ('sue.Tn Be Th.Hereunto H-al Of The Afflx4 Maid

Club and participated in dramatics of the 1965 clan at CHURCH NEWSSt. hower left Saturday for Clin tag. Tuition Is $13.50 per for a Miiort vtait. They were In pleasures for the sake of his truth. Buddy was glad to 'Tb,. Th. 6lh I>ny c>t Ausuet A.

.1 during 'his high school KHS. also has been acceptedat Anne's The Initialmeetings ton. Mo. to return their grart- month. Parents must provide Keystone Height on bustneaa. family') enjoyment. They get Ythat boy out here where D I 5555.

years.r' FSU. planning to major In of the Episcopal daughter Mlas Patty Locks transportation for their child Mra Cutohall la the "warn boated and Milled wIthout they k'kedJp my sister Carolyn (BlllAt.1It..n.1% P Chilly'

Ralph Thomas. Jr.. who math. The daughter of Keystone Churchwomen of St. Anneawill who has been .staying with ren. For more information con daughter of the late Mrs.. Z. the 'fIrst taste of flsfti. and niece Barbara and RANl AL> I.' .'HITTY. MAYOR

graduated last June from VenIce County Club pro and start Wednesday. Sept. 1. them since .the first of JulY. tact Mrs. L, O. Baldwin at O. Lynn. Over the weekend Well. It Is said the Good Lord left the next day for their new ATT KMTMerrill KdwarduKItailJ.

Hrh! School in Venice. Mrs. Leos Stephemon. Carol at 10:30: a, m.. and Thursday. to her home. Their trip will Aunt Jo had her whole .fs.In- provides for those who wait home In Peramoola where they '>WAIU'tI. CITY

Fla.. will also enter his freshman was prwiWent of Beta Club.enter Sept. 2. at 8 p. m. at the ParIsh aim take them M Maoon. Oa. 47&3871.CHURCH NKW8 ily with h r. Paul his wife anrti so as member of this are to be Stationed with the CLKKK 1/19/ 4t 11/"

year at 8JRJC. Son of of the annUAl. a member House. Thereafter. meetings and !- Term where they Rev. OQand Wilson has re- and son; Charles an4 hi. little family were skiing one afternoon Navy for th* next three years

the Ralph Thomases. he la of Student Council and will be heW the first will visit friends. They planto etgned aa pastor ef the Kllam touchier .U.d: Jacksonville the propeller of 1\. boat I" me clone up-we haveheard !. The (....." t..... Ol ."....

taking a drafting course pre- received the math and science Wednesday and Thursday of be gone about three 'weeks. Baptist Church ta Melroee. He gathered along. with th.iLala- : hit a. hues In the Idltl' and ad- threats of either quit 1'11.Par..llrnriford" Jn4tUI ttmetjr t ...,.In. I..10.!Anit*-

piratory to study In architecture awards at graduation. each month until June. Miss Linda DeVeJencIa arrived has accepted a position at a tar. Mr. sat Mra Sam Butler dled It enough that they just fishing this lake or quit takm I..,.

end will commute Bruce Moon son of Mrs. Newly elected officers and Saturday from Noun.utewd .- church in Jasper He und his and tw children of Ormond scooped It up with their hands the Telegraph for It 'has Thoma rn.*W".poll"., l.n-.IW Jr Plain

from Keystone. Walt Thomas will study general chairmen of the Churchwomen to visit her parents Mr. family moved last week. HIs Beach. On Saturday a life long and what a scoop fuW-.. a such glowing fish report*-eo tiff. -vs. Carolyn Uulh Putt.

courses at PSU toward for the coming year, are and Mrs. Oeorge DeValenria replacement for. the Meiroae friend of the Strung-berg family -! nto seven and one hAlt pound -till next week -go fishing, r>*'."01.n..
A sophoro-jre tit St. JOhn NOTION <)>*" SUIT FOR
WiMt will continue her studies peciaiiization in either law or I Mrs. Alex Brokas. president; and family She plans to leave Church has not yet been named. Jaok King cam ,to VI.lt.1 bass. The Revels just happened have fun and just relax are t fV''RC':

Jo in and dentistry. The salutaborian of : Mrs. Cora Quattlebaum vicepreskient this weekend tor Florida State H. la the name Jack.King of to,witness this one. but Ta then. TO: Carolyn Uuth' Potl

biology plans a the University. There were some revision the Cun town fame for the T.. are herehr notified that e.cmmplalnt .
graduating class at Mrs. Doyle Kanitn
teaching In that field. KeyStone : fir tllvorr. hula been
High Vast June he wasa secretary-treasurer: Mrs. AmyMcErath. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Hurt of In the plans for the \ouUi Cooper-Conrad ntKlit. It* called I P101 1010 filed.. ...ln.. you, and you, nrn

She is secretary-treasurer of member of the Beta Club Altar Guild chairman Miami visited Mrs.Hurt's Activities Week -which began Aunt Jo for directions from The Bradford County Board of Public Instruction In ''.'1.... to .er a ropy. of your
Radio Chib. and is aperial the rninplalnt -
the a disk ,this w.ek.t the MelroM the Cape to her house. got .".w., or lileadtna-
for that She and Student Council. lettered : Mrs. Alex Brokas. Worship sisters and families session, Wednesday. August 25 did assign the students on the 1'la.lntlff attor-
Jockey roup. : lot.UtOdillt Churcto. The flrst them confused and wound Ut-
for Mrs. Celia Chenser. Mrs. Sever, up tey, Ralph I. Thoniaa INtal
plans to live in the student four years in football and chairman; Mrs. Thomas and Mrs Morris three day were .|Mint at the in. Mkhlleiburg. Oh! 'the wonders tinted below to. the school. of their choice for the school year fl,.. Pius 6)i Kyton? lUlsht.
Mr Howard '
basketball and won the ath. Oarnar. Ouild of the Christ : 1905-60. Plorlila.. and I file the .rl.'lnalaitnteer
housing on campus this year. Swan Lake Camp Retreat si of tbei apace ajt*. On'.MQn. In the attire
letic social science anj eng- ChIld chairman: Mr*. &nma and family and Mr. and Mra. or pleadlnv
A 1964 KHS graduate she WM I last week. planned but plans for Jie remainder day Mr. Wilma Drlggers of: TAHKR ICLICIllIo11TARY .f the CI..k..r.the Clrrtlltiuurl.
lieu awards at graduation. Kate Mansfield' chairman of JotwHarpe .,. -
A lnm* w nAkrl Stun Lln"U DWatprtn $ir.d trtl .nl1. "
a cheerleader a member of .I Christian Education Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. David Htnnant of the week were Jacksonville dropped in for .a ..* r.lwln, M Johantt tile. IHI or before the mh day <>tfleulemher.
the Beta Club and FHA. treasurer Off to the University of : and David Andrew of changed. Instead of a !t.rip to short visit s*> JAunt Jo ,U off A m..r.. He*>.rt J. W.". Hny I.Vui5ant l r. l'H'. .. K V"<" 'all Inl

of the senior class played Florida will be Steve Shackle- Herbert Whltehead. chairman son. Daytona Beach, Thursday the to another busy weak. Hill,Ulna itonalil J U.n. BAa ii l,, 5.' juri"I mni by default: will I
UUdteburg spent last weekend .. TOMem 151110 for ther.II.I
for Unite Thank Offering; '111. Jnyre | be siinNt you
with the girls' basketball team ford. a ho will live with his with their parents. Mr and group will depart at noon for Mm. helen Orock. Joey and Koliln' i\ Shirley 1< ._..n..d In the cum

and received the acthitles award grandmother in OalnesvUl and Mrs. Robert Menseru Pro- St. Augustine foe a swim In E>Kly of Tampa and Mrs-jAut Iteiilee twkon LAMlAy* Jn ** .
Mrs..Albert Umnant and Mr. M MtPtin! liln at lt.rk*.
while motion chairman. Dxvle Martrorvt pJnhn < J ami ord-rrd
enrolled at the University UM Then in the tie Holbrook of ant
ocean. evening City
graduation. and Mrs Howard Morris and Jame Illulllnmwnrlh ) Ncwmin Tli.ma. D Fl.rl<1it. this tlh day uf Awsuat
Hoping to be Also a 1965 KHS graduate St. William* Rev Father they will attend th. _"rl. have been hnr* for an 'ov.r. Phylll 0 N.MI.s .".. I. t.$5
atM he was president of the Thomas F. KeSy reports that family. centennial historIcal isgMint.The night visit with Roy and Bet. Kurlmay Mark T SmIth Cn'rntvi'r.t.ton. Chares A arby
ntreat- Anderson I Parrish' Jlmotf 'V Mry KTwtION 'trru. Court
JuniorCollege Mr. and Mrs. Clarence J. Clerk Uf Th t
In senior 01... and participated a total pledge of t/.71S has dices and the Ii"ur.." ty Orlffln and family. Little l'at Lmwr.ncePaIq.tl 1C H"... OV uy ".ul.. M. M...i. :)rillS
Montreal. N C. are in basketball and track. He been made to date by the par Helfrich. have returned home Instead of -a trtp 13 Jack Eddy stayed on with his Aunt Tammy G .nKinl Vi."ot. AWhim. .
Carroll Baker and Virginia after Depending the summer ftalaaar ff M t. diary Tl
will recelvei the math award given Inh toners toward the parish aonvlll a* pkuuied the young Betty and family for ,a' visit ".n.. enrolThurnton Ysun lUehurd l L>
Campbell who enter their by the Math Aatwcltlon for financial obligation of 10.000 visiting ... Canada. NIagara people will spend the morninguecofatirur to tots doctor In this area in Oonna 10Moimv
freshman year there. Carroll. Poll and several other Michael' MAnteran C.I..." fliIisia
the highest grade In that subject toward the Diocesan Qttadrl- th. Ktlueatltmol order to pursue the recurrence i'.w.rt A. J.

daughter of the Bill Bakers, on the National Merit centennial Celebrations and northern state They attendedthe Building for the Saturday of a previous lln) .M. It la hoi J Ion..". I. hay.. Mvr'ui TlKntrM (CWMinler| WorkContrartlns

graduated from Keystone Nigh Exam. He plans ok study electrical towards the erection of a new graduation exercises of night actlvttl Then they eel| he can (utrMghtenrd' "rlt.Hllllns". Tony Mli-Mel'M NlKhall ht'y Earl! ;
last June
with honors. having engineering. seminary in the Dloc_. Con- their son. Douglas from Ohio will go to the horn of Mr. out and gain his health bock. J.-"."" Karen Ml "'.h..r.r Ch.rl.. JMonlwrtsht "1'e.mlluc

been a member of the Beta tributiontotaling I3.S07 have Stoat University Their daunhter. and M. R. O. Arroemlth on again. l 1..II..n fitlvln I KM
Jimmy Pox. pre-law atudent. I RoutingEXPERT
Club for four )'. She plans wul tratufen from the been .received to date leavinga iMun. not a ohsnre to Lake Ron for a _1m. Jack Miller thought surely It l-i..l.t rlt m Alnn Hlli(Y Cfink ... .". Inrituilun > WORKKRASONAHIJB
to study business education. 'visit her pen pal. Karen Birdwia.hfl. The for the Saturday .1.,1.l lHayhnrn > llonnl lnrirrw :
debt of $6.493 ta be paid In apiHtker was Christmas In August on I'MIHI*
University of FlorMa. where .
,..,.... "chrl HJargon P.RIt:1oI'I
Olnny. a recipient of the In LwMington. Mich. ,
Community he has spent the last two the remaining sixteen months night Banquet and Program Saturday afternoon when Alberta Htarlln* Kiktlwrln IIAk.hl. Dun. .

Church Scholarship of thai 2'4 year campaign He Mrs. Carl Ho (rlund. ST. to ha. been changed to VanNetta appeared at 1..11 Hvrly I OI.AN I ROWE
jeers expects to enter
was also a 1965 KHS graduate. Canon-Newman University In requMU that all those who home recuperating from an Rev. John T Penninjrlon a* our front door. This good man .r..* 11I10'J.m,'..) RAlv 11.-Shah flhn1.n n..sId II'.. "h_ IMII-..a.aiIMS

She wai In the Science Club. Jefferson City. Term this tall. have not yet made their operation at University Md- Rev. Wharton was unable to brought a loaf of hot home- *... HIIU n Mill,* lisle. JHtrl N. Walnut !Ml.

Beta Club. "K" Club and a conttlbutlon teal Center attend. matte brand down that his Cuikln sherry )IITAWttnn "iwiDHk i..I..n II
pledge please
A graduate of Bradford Hkth.hehas or O.rr rM
member of the girls' basketball maintained 30 tfo so shortly so that the parIsh Melronei reakient among the charming; wife tied mad .. ..t.r> Arthur W V."""n
team. Her chosen Ik-Id liwtiTinary a aver 1.044 student who received pecWtlly (or Jack. She hail Jeffa MrParUnil Mlch..l T 1.1..1 l u.s.MlhI.r. .
Page during his stay at the may fulfill ILaobUption. promlMd 1'.1... I. W JrMiarllKC rail WILLIAMSJEWELRY
science and she will deirre from the University of warm site ready on bill ThnM A ""OOK III"

be taking the precourae university. and11 to spec At. Williams Altar Society Florida when the spring trtmester INDIAN BEACH paper rout recently and when Th..m.. William .J Utndl tin.. nL

at the college. I.Uze'1n corporation J Jaw He U of the 1M4-10M academlo Jeff reported to her that he Y>ua Milton N .1,110. .vl ,W

Three the son off the Everett' Poxes will sponemr a bake sat on year cloned were Clarence hid It tn the oven to keep c.arI.r, I4arbsi'e A L.ndla iIetI. L K<* |Maki lilamondilISULIVA
Keyntoners will Sunday before after Man f I
be and ,
HERE 77 THERE Daddy out of K. this was tlr.r..IIIUI C... ..m.. !.041. Cletleg 5'
awardeda (
who From
Hoklen was Frseeedlng Faga]
making their to AU ladlea of the H WATCIIEHHTIIOOI :
way F8U all I parish areasked M tllMi Ht ph n l.4 n"ll Carulyn C I !
honor Mr. art! Mrs. Phillip p. St Specialist In education degree Turn yum_ grateful NBf>..l Hi'otin HHnyhurn l I'r.wtly harry N
grai uates of the 1963 to bring baked goods
I Poe of new Orleans. niece anti and John L. Maddocks. folk and on their return trip thank, dear htdy.W ...Ia l lm 1 JKHr.LHV
Keystone High class. Cathy r for the sale. they caora back by North Car ....l.l Mnn I) \ SUMflrnwn
I nephew of Mrs. Herbert Nel- Tbe White III who woo awarrtvd a Master are losing neighbors Thumic, m.,twn W .."I. B WATCH HRrAIHMRN
Elephant Shop
ollna to vUlt wtlJFranki.'a
son. vMted thIem) of Pin Art right and left oat here. Mr. llruwn M.ny III I
.|'. In Melrone. operated by the St. folka. Wall en their Scat day tot Lutgaro Alvri Krn: .... LHntia > ,\\ INn(
and M,. Arthur )
their return trip of their honleymoon. Mr. and Mra. Art Wheeler l>.hor.h O '
which was spent In Williams Altar Society, 1s In have returned from their vacation Oresiwboro. Mlks was playing *. BUI. Danny and DorUhnv ('u .y. r.lthl 'I (''.\\1'). ETC'l.MVEHPlt'M .
STARKEBUSINESS I need of merohandlne. Item of on a swing at his grandpar returned to live In JackunvlH >nw.ll I.uth.r Jw ftOTUMA
Miami and Nasaau. Their and their I : HINtH
furniture household appllsnce want all sot's borne and Isll .... sad Mr. LIs Thomas and .,. flynn I. Pulillo Aurllon will b* hel
wwWtrnr: was held on Auruftt T, friends to know) that Wheeler Tlun Nancy A W.".... ..'..,nb.p iii 11,11,
and clothing, either a. donations to report to you that IM broke '
I have moved bArk .
In New Orleans. Sale and Service Is on Tommy at '.*. f m vn Ihe oilh .
or on coriMtcnmeat. open. his tup and Is*. lie has bn Into their hotne in atarka and Alvr Inir ICrO.ii.y of Ih* llraitfurrt '', inly ruurtlluuee
> Mr. and Mrs. Walter Mrs H. T. Smith and $ li>nnl. Mcirirri : .
I In eitarke, rim-Ma fur
In the hospital in Or. n boro
of West Hollywood were overnight will be appreciated. The shop daughter. Mrs. Tre-lll Ches Mr. and Jel,. Martin of Mar. iiirv.r l< I '1M ....._ ., ._.1.* .. .... ,
DIRECTORY ls open Fridays from 8 a. tn. In traction for nearly two u,'. Antiques are moving over FlowerS. l'svIdMidloYren offer* fur She properly ...."1....
guests at the horns of to 5 p m.. ar 3 on Saturday hire. and son Larry opent last weeks. Us has now been put to Hawthorne wrier the n.nd.llP HHantUII la Ik* ..,lIft.1..1 t.l..5 l II' ".11 ,,!. 'III Yj
MnK mvry
Mr and Mrs. H. C Drttcoll on Friday m Crooked River visit- >f1*>ll ,In Sits, ad II r Ih. properly own
Into cast. Dill horn
a cam. by j5sOVfliCSIbPl
Wllll <1
'I 1 from 0 & m to 1 p m. Btsrt- now of traffic will be heavier r er
Lakevlew Drtve and Peach 8t, Ira* Mrs. Smith's brother and bus last week tu return ... ... ..,
c In llan with .
Airro RKPAins; trw in September the Saturday for their buslnen W* regret ..."".:""., i>
on their return from a vtatt tn Uter-tn-lw, Mr. and Mrs. W. work and rrankl and the .$....... law. ..t I"lori.is
.\ hours will be from 9 a. m. the lora of aU these good folks. HUt'kburn rriMnmun ."k I. S ,IHenate Hill NIK .11 which sri j MIl.21Y4 t
]I New Jer ey. toSp.m. R. Anderson. Weekend guests other hlldro will com when Indian Beach will not sm tints S nail .... effexl Jety I I. I Ml.
Earl's Garage of Mra Smith her daughter. rionrnon KlnnyHvwnak I. law without I IX. House gurwu of the William were Mtk on trawl. H* will be baiiajn e
PTA without them.If
aame lIu..r5drnnl'n er,_'. approval| ant fileit In offli
ALL KINIrH OF rows were her nephew. Philipi F1HII PitY Mra Techle. MoUrtff. of confine fruni twelve| to four ever w* had the proper HtiUiirti III I .. nf HMrrelarr i.f ..,. June
AUTO ItrP.MR: MOM. and his friend. Oary Jaekaonvtlle and her stat and t_n wk to tM. vnntniptlun. ( <1wlm' Suns,. .A M !... !
WORK i will be held by Tu .
A fish fry time to get sick. It was .
AIIiS'IbC.luh .
"Muilrk An At rlallns 'n. A* I
Mr Mrs. X. M Ra lots of batter luck to
All Work Guaranteed Bennett both of Alpnaretta.O the Key-tone Hslghte Jkmster's family and day of Ut w..k. My *l*>tr, TinS I. ....",.. .h."."... !,*! amen*'
Phone "92IH1a1IIn. who were ptrked up by Club and the Keystone Smith and ohUdrm of Stark you Mike cm your vacation M,. Neil Nabora of Waldo M.rtln' |>oi ... iM it I tilE rruM>,.. I in, rinrlel e>ta<",. I. _

and her in Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. W O. Preston neat year! ::-.r.: tee by aitdluaHevllun 11 It
Mrs. Pew sons
Wnlnut. Htnrl PTA on Saturday rVpt 4. was host*** here at our lake |->rrl$ Authurlalneliew' .tlfleil prt*-
I! on their return trip starting at 5:30: p m. Tickets have returned from a} trip to Mrs. .. Konworthy and home to Ute three to eleven :klpi. r H..l>*rt J set" .....* In ih.ll.ne lei
AUTO! SERVICE PMTOinvton and Atlanta. Henry have Just punt a couple flicker Pri."iIIsT.4.tnn aeeaienienl valuation.
from a visit In St. Simons Island of 11.29 for adults and 7Se shift of nurse from the Ob- CJ''u"" II I. A .."lItl".'" .._.1..1 be i
.1 with friend. for children will be sold by where they vMted friend 0.1 of liaya In Ooala. They "lalt.1wtth tretrlc floor at Alachua Oeneral the prepertr owner. etatlne- .lie
Gilbert his Oueets of Mr end Mrs. J I Mrs. NorswtMthy' sister, ('h.ruKInnr-" flena L amaunfc he ._.".1"* to I h I a
S. Brown H. A. Seals returned to Hoei tal. W oookwl out
.lk PVt
members of both fiuuu and Mr*. Kathleen Mclanla. While "' K nn luat ..,.."'.. nf his prupertrt
KtamUrd home In Harnmonton N J. at th office of Capt. Richard LaCoates ere Mrs. LaCo- |I I .warn. got blistered and everyone .lnk.r UuyCUytan _.ther with ait _>iif*i* OH "lertlre MatliTIItr4 II there. they visited Lake Weir
tea slater and brothrr- i nf Ih* pr'i-'v.|
last week He ha been a counselor went horn tired. dlagust
Lovorn. with proceeds benemtlrex geishas
ATI.:01 enjoyed .klth and awlnunlng iJelml rlelow U An r.. t lie
r at Camp Crystal Lake the general funds of In-law Mr. and Mrs. Alan IMarcrscken. ed at having to go In to work ".m..e W",". print Uf (...1...."' 5 '...111 I
( but report that It can not t,
A BATTKKirSBudget here his aunt. Miss Jane ,. of Hudaan. Ohio. I but happy from a leisure out- ".c..o. Kn BMh Thl I* to sUs"rIae th* Ta<
the IIPOIWOI1nIr croup B.ion with our own Santa Thorn nn.n T .. .t ,
Carl compare A** *i r In advertlee < ""
Terms- RoAd Servtot,I Mr and Mr Cox spent .
Drtucoll. to director. ticket for the 1945 KHS football r. Label Mr. dues a PMbllil aurllnn for the
Phone 0 47071n I Friday evenm kn O). Noiwwortkyl th. lake I rHinman M.rl.>rl,. .A ,.,p... uf ,..-.....* eaeM offer
n* gets
)\11. Anna 8. James has Juat iiea-nn will be sold at the l allowed me an Kcluslv Living on Harris Nr M J ,.. the .-.tr

-,< N. Temple_HUtrk,:I returned from a summer ottravel affair. IHTLICAir. BRIDGE of which she I I. very proud ua to eeelng akler* going by .ur_. J.n.. Jrurlnn l.ic I properr anrt CoilS hell uf l'lI.

the esstcrm Winners kt. week at taw up the lake, but when you 1C.llh ah.sIs I' Uvlnsaton, Truer *> l..s. Ail _
throughout ON TilE MINDMrs I Hr ivelghhor Mrs Marlon IIWmUra
Melrooe Duplicate Bridge Club lilies' I. .... f iMarha
HURST'S behind ... .
and ,1.II.
her home on look *e* on going
U B Leaving Sarah Mansfield b at JacksonvIlle aa ,In emmio not IMM then
traveled' with Wa.Tibbets. to- were; Mr*. C U. flts Mt and Johnny Ron*'* ptrk-*>p truck .rrW Tad JMiOM ....".... (.. amnunt eet ..,,"
June L. she I I )Just been given the "Woman r."... f.?
Service her home
Station cuperaUrw on
of Pa ottl1e.Pa1moa.to I Mr. C ".oo let place; Hanker of the Tear" awsrttOnngrataUUone M can tiarow yeu for a Aoopll I 1'.'.._ slga MM In eertlfleate .4 line' at., 'fiUJ" Unless You
Keystone take front a, riirhly Bate:
Ca oil Lubrication Ceimp-of-the-Wooda In sucmaful cataract operation.I Mr. Oil Allen. Jr and Mr. to Indiantuxh' This I* just what wa pa .
riiiLUpH 68" K Y..n from Ray HtorrM*. 2nd plans. Mm. own Jot,* Winters! the entertainment for Johnny's _ndy N aT.t.4nn. A It drt.st.eHfMvrlejl
Ciondjear Tire A Hntt'rlm Speculator whlrh was perfornkKd a fewweeks H T Dr-nt and Mra John Mo- nephew who were ..11.- M..f M II A l> t'li' ) D .W BUILDER'SSUPPLY
here. they flry to Albany. N. Mr ant Mr Chuck Pardee I. CreebrMAfUAN )
ROAD SERVICE i aco.TIEEL'O I OillntMh. 3rd pieMrs: ink from Keejttle, Wash. John- "A..0. ". ffWiMlirTAT
met by have )Jurfltum' from
,, Y where they were an .
1 OFT 'HarHohct INt > I or riA.te" "
France* Pylen and Mine Be* ** n, sister, Ann and her family
Kf"7.tunetnt.. rlrtr Oor- extended pisa- .n JulIe >55 CU''NT' or KItAt.VSWLJPOwuis
SHEET! : : :.METAL WORK Th first mrrtln of the new
Rutherford 4th place. have been visiting In the .. ,i/HoiI SiIisbh.
then .d I wa to hear Pat .clsim I. aAd "
don Purdy Mr James easnn for the Keystone .-.001. NEWS Another sister, Mr. and n..... lush,. I. ., ....,..'. OfMjnl*. Plo
Thompson Sheet left Mrs Tibbetts end traveledon Heights Women's Oolf AMUT- I i how happy aha wu to be back area. puslee, Seas B .lae. thIS llth dec nf Au*".l.Kule I IIjii
abet- rVtnol will tart August 10 home. Time M wt>e>n she wa M,.. Mid Planks, and theirdougidure UN
to New York City **tail% wul begin with play at from GaIIl..II. I.AWTKt .". NIUH M.. Mntllhbite. 411 f MowNtrrefcQftt
at I:20 at Maltose High
a .
Metal Works she visited the World' Fair. t.30 Thursday : m. none to happy with life In fWkla. ...... Pdhen4s K. etmry a.. ..... ..l n,.rl-l'.
Chicago. ; a m. Bcpt 2. School The first day will beelint We "ve finally made a I formerly of Keystone f'._. r ..5C.i.qan at a.. My i'..mml i..n ri MA444I
All Type Metal Work then on to Boaton. with lunch sehffdulrJ at II'30 primarily with students of her. She heights) rentwl s cottsg I...... A .ire* IHHI. It, !"II
"Crex-kef1 out
ESTIMATES. FABRICATIOA >r r'' Ind1.rapol'aM Spartan- at the tonne of Mrs. Joe Wai- teochrrs down the hake aisle here Sal l rlllit ,ly M Jr f*r>< ik vtaltln reieU*** In geturui to know their and Chuck viettwl friend and lnn*. |.f 8 C. .
INSTALLATIOr* burg and dwtdlitc whlrh courses to relativee In New York and the ramllle all enjoyed being ...ni A.4r.w r* Pleelds
tlrvllng Air (-t. *4ytrfn<.i' each place. The next stop on Don't fonret arrnol sUrtsJeVwalay take. Thnee who did not gt and bud together for several orraons f.l ....lt Tt .ifi.. A .ne Panncyltrania quit apieae&nt 1.
I'Uflek Tnn're
.Ph. 9 4-))71t Rd. 16R- -Rt. ::I t the tour w*. in Columb'. O*.. drive carefully and registe'rv.d on the I tIn will also time doing eo. MiM Bunny Bunr rnut been :IIeaS.v i Aritiihall:: O fi.nIljU.T. ia'.gasr .

help the live of Key.tone's at the? UrJvenrfty &- s5o'w4 W.... II .. A..a-.qr C.41'4d County
pruonis W r. and Mr Earl Vo .. a recent patimt .
ben "..,,.. (._!_ t* i/I If
( next generation of teacher have resign.H bav had mt their recent of Florida MrvUcal! Nuseluns Valuate A

Serving Florida adulu. Many rrOklrma have to I They are Mra. Pauline guevt their te.ugMr, Mr. and Center ah wa honpitaJlMd "'.'.11"._. ...f'...14. Lw" A -

Since 1950Mrn. waft to school on WM s nrta, VlJUarma and Ira KlvUr In Mr*. John C. Klrhman end for th* renawol' of her "".) Z... U... ..Ma4.p5s ... .CALL h.. will row...r in_..,..) iIk )

due to the Uric of Sidewalk rlerrvrrrtarr and 1 Mr Wllaoa. fuse children of Greensboro and utaV-l-wrnt **vraj* otttrrte (tiy/('.... It *r the "lt? .,
P5" Ctr.ee
atWIW S1, facllltem In many plsora If i the math lead)' Mr*. _.. N. C Th Kirk man* cam to U. Their 0\II.(1Dme" riot 1:1..10 M Cab.. "l Ike e"r $kell .inHer HOU.
Mnlll T 510
..ts-r.- thr lawt and Mr N..louIcIn been MIM and Ilufwty I.' o"... nmnry W *
you you can aisle and to bring Peggy clear a* Uu How. ..... I. levh m. nt on Tue*-lr, *>eprie n I PuTS
__ ..'Irr". see that or* more of them I hired to rvplor the eUmeej. Voyte house In tint for 1 is to return for arJtn. inure In e"I..1'n"l. -.. her .. Awnm llm. and

live to aatme the rropnnejbUittm -I fAIT teerh-re but a math tea- ehonl. r ggy ha been with oJnut two week Brother hoc- I' 1111.,.,. Ul... D pl re .11 l opened tiMe. rre.sd re e4.4 will ejleuili NeiraMWIy V S.dV

1. dJ. Cordially of adulthond and clU- cbs, ha. not been hired nr sister aM family to help ky U having quit an *xprverrm "...,.. 1,1. W n the follow In* itemeI. Uwae.4

If the high arttnol boys of out with a new I IMtle on* In tribe *ufntn r esrriiig lj..I.l lItrHttm Ienal. S I. 4 ,r4lu. e m.hile, *t.,tli.n.. u..
God..t"n.preN'nuli.e lrnmltler receiver. nmlilnetl .
43 if 4 Welcomes MeMroM look e lirtle tired the family She le> looking tar. Die guard out at (H .-a.1 ,',-. k..s'ay ... pie."aiCut It ..". rr DIc...

I I lately #,.'. a very gnndrrejepn ward to school) opening and a 0UU F rk. laurel Mute !Ie ..... 5fmsI II tore, fully lri>ewlrlee4;for pew
/ J HWll er In nut II *elle I' I' op
1013 t; Call St. You and Your Than rho are playing to Uure king h"t boring RhorM bland for a ... Its "l.. 9t.._ M .. **. .. .. l.-ltt M '
Melrose '
Family to Your footbeJI |tpta year have bese day* Mr*. Voyl. brother U teJcinr nm* on the Job Pslt DyIs II keixl. eomplel witS nlenne.I'
Starke practicing about flve hours a Mr. and Mr N C Bewly .is..pli..uu. *e>blee, end SI
New Home learning kn pn>arstlane for A...'... H...,, BflelUIm --... *ien*.-...
Ph. 961-5321$ day atnce th lIUa of Auget. of .tatie>ion>, 0. have atrs on hfa dvtilun- .ajanI' r .I4 City ..-.. Ike n Iunt
(Prom prC" They report tot .. sir bean "atuig with tnem. Mr er/me m> ..... S..... I. wee4 .r ,.|,. any o, .11
1 a m- eexti norrng and Stay and P.haY. Navy Job at Je-kenrwt Naval .".... .*,... ...
Voyle spenta ri.v of n>.rk. V1l4sII
Florida .ISYCNIP NEONg.i.
Htatlort. Cu
The State of art* aho spent a ffw *r* Uat until 10 am. Ttoen tory return (.*w ., nvttins; In c.- Air We/rill r. .
week art Wektfca rkvuine tnrirsaimhtrr rwtil 4 We had a couple of pl* *ant Paler A II."U <4. ell, u.n.
cad t 2 p.m. .n4] ,"cUr. .. S C. aUo.W C.i.i.. i.vsl. Sii
It U Our DeWre T. )Wake Yn reel I\\.Jcome and _an.iaw. Mr They're working hard te haveS have had .nn* -return" VIM,,. laM wee>k. A forVWT >_... I.e.a Ail (//It .< Ia hOlM

To Acquaint You )Vilh Your CIt,. and Mrs OcU HarrU good team hum jnrer.Kio'errarten guests recently' Jack's saother. dw.Jtma of mine-from asp McrMfvtioM'.rrl. K.. M writ at

Mr and Mr. CUrence Hold KesI.izalieaTuestay \ Mrs. exotic Miller. Mr back ..h.RbY Mra.MM .l.. Jeiwlte bM .ne I will..M.net mete he r..nip so.iiilolefer,..* olherthen 9643965FI.rldu

If In the area. a phone J en mt rkained Mr YlokVnt A.i. Jlet froen 10 A Mr* Orueemeyer and sue, Jiiria) end hr two adoraa r..rrr IIU>5's.l>..iv.>IPmH ... r .,_, See 51.-d'i.il.s. I

you are new brother --tn1aw, Mr ,! H ?. ** r have teen Up 4I34A.e.at I
till 13 si fetch, PmbytarlasiCburtti Oeorg dropped by ndjr a I.

can win briny you a prompt WH and Itrs W B Martin and U regtotrallMl day for rmurxi a wek -.r> They hid sLaying; at a lake clear to In-I, Prntlvr SiltyMeal. r*..cr B15e4.a !154$

cnlWren of W.shton. DC UWM children who wish to attend j been over tn Lake (leawvs I* Ur"bn Patty could oot .. BI.1ee I. Pl.4el r 5 alt.:. Mer.' .'

from your loral .. (a e jive fVp with a cook-out at Uieir ham kindergarten and were! attend a Marry Mother pMnw. per try being In ihe r>ew* ..* Li-ie.W Pv..5..i the; nip .< ...,... W ri4. Syttrtee
.. ...._.
C..', I ., t eeeel Ino

and nun on Lake Swan Monday Mr not regt tere4 last pnng. Any It txa heW at the lake media and tnotaU I sand her W."$,.. bl.de Lis's. a* by fnw. 4.. MareS >ill Pest

her a call! She ha map* Martin I is Director of the Federal rhlM I* Hgrol* wtw i* 4 or Sror ham of Nary Mother one of my columns Do you ._. .1.5.Walieearu Flew rinwry Rlevtlun tffhel '

free and wonderful gifts for you ; J Hone Loan .. will 1 be 4 ty the 3lt* of!r mander faA T/ra. W* aU c.om.I euppuo* ah can Ufi.rst*> Such I .,.." .-r-.ad. *. the._**.. Ml..5VV. .ll..i-.. .. -the:i _C.lllrel

I I. IhliHfT w. Mun-lr .'lit4lmt ._ .. ..... ., ,
We wre orry tA twsr That Tlerwrnh.rrt. aub a BJT* vest, l a HjwT Xr ik IiI a. Teesle, .s.pi..mI5
t. >.. >. Hu<.. JMoolMlk 1*4*. A ',. for Ike ..'....* .I L CHIMICAL CO.
b/C of _
I"n and retumexl MM catching M* I
from kkral Mr and Mr IL C. Beard. Jr. lundor'ran.d leurge M'I \ a up J J.ctI .
baslne* e I ..., 5S45S. .eo '.11..ll>4 lilt,..,..
us2 fionlty are teatma 1L*&-. by UM roUO fftm- lwin4 JkioOeiaaJ w* all sa-' w. .a.,$ WI I li.e5' Lu4I ig .&-.. T.. !.. 1



ItAIhI'ORD C00'NlT'rEtORLPttrr'AMlE.' : \tinjyjA ""MIlrRIIDAY.! Arf 4R__. ease_' _
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9647441. tlvities of Wainwright Park I
1 RECREATION NEWS Fall Program have been limited
Recreation Superintendent I /bingo, and play. on the play. Christ Is versity and has worked on the Men and Women's Day will Society. Morning service' will

Gene Rayburn Is making plans ground equipment.The Board) of Missions in Atlanta. be held') at New Bethel Baptist be held at 11 ockxk with music -
for an extensive fall programto children of the Nona Rev Dell Is presently pastor
:, The AnswerBy Church the second Sunday In by the Junior Choir The
start in September. Anyone Park area planned a. mall of Harris Temple Methodist September. All members are message will be delivered by
having suggestions or farewell party on Friday for church In/ Tampa where he
asked to please meet financial Rev. A. Samp-ion. At 3 p. m.
__ ideas on 'programs, please feel Bobby Kessler who Is moving hms two full time staff programs there will be
r obligations assigned to you as Missionary sermon -
free to call our office. at 964- to Portland, Ore. The children v Rev. Charles Harvey and a kindergarten organized -
nearly as possible. We are ask- delivered by Rev. Mc-
) $ 7441 enjoyed some game. of softball under his auspices In
tog >the corporation Knight. pastor of Mt.
:: of each Zion
Little Pastor First
League Uniform this week. Baptist Church
t All 1&02.His member In( helping the day ta: AME Church, Lawtey. Song
boys who have not returned 4-6 Year Old Program parents are the
their uniforms to the I The 4 to 8 year old group' Lawtey. Fla. senior citizens of among Bradford I be spiritually and financially service will be rendered by
successful. Greater Allen Chapel>> senior
Recreation Department, please ended<.J their summer session I County. Rev. Dell and Mrs. :
do so at once. We are makingan this week with a party Thurs The Apostle Paul in writing who can preach a sermon Dell sr. We are proud of Rev. Chicken and ham dinners choir antV Mt. Zion! Choir. No

Inventory of all equipment. day. All parents !were Invitedto tils Epistle to the church at without mentioning the name Dell's accomplishments. and will be soJd Saturday In the evening service.
: I
j f t [Held Over From Last Week] Join in the 'refreshmentsand Rome, said 1 "For I am not of Jesus Christ from begin- wish for him and his )lovely Interest of Miss Linda Dlnkins' VISTING
t 1 Small Fry see some of the children's ashamed of the Gospel of ning to end. My advice is if wife and children continued contest for Miss Bethel) Mrs. Clarence Williams has re-

Baseball League projects. A display table was Christ: for it la .the power of you ever hear a sermon of success.! Queen Green rponsor. Other turned after an extended visit

.................iFW.1II7: 'ITifs :,) fe AZal t Standings (won-lo): Starke set up containing various projects God unto salvation. to everyone that kind, mind that. you never CIiURCIl NEWS contestants: are Mlas; Oloty with his mother, sisters and
"vanTiMtt arlri 4..TLi. i laY.lef'719: Builders Supply, 0-2; Lawtey, that were completed this I that believetih; to the Jew hear another from that man. Cummings and Miss Marlon brothers in Philadelphia Pa.

Men's Softball League district was played in Lees- 5-2; Florida Pest Control, 4-3; year. The
Garden ixestaurant beat,I burg except for finals which Alvarez, 07. items, as, robot man, napkin Romans 1:16.: It is unbelievable loaf of bread without flour in were held last Sunday as Mrs. Alma Jenkins sponsors son of Mrs. Jessie Mae Berry!' ,

Fla. Pest Control 6 to 1 and were played In Starke due to Results: holder, decorative chain, lion
9 to 5 last Saturday night at both teams from Starke being Tues., Aug. 10 Alvarez figure made out of clothes people. ,, profess to be Christians that he should never fool. me m. with Miss Bhlrlle) Ann All sponsors are asked to! spending two weeks In St.
ithe Fla. State Prison to win In the finals. 15, Florida Pest Control 18. pins 'butterfly, animal straws, but will never tell an- again; and I say the same Brown acting supt. In charge. .notify members Petersburg with relatives.ACKNOWLEDGEMENT .

the City Championship. The Both teams advanced to district Starke Builders 1, Lawtey. 2. end large piggy banks. All to other about the one who saved thing of a man who can preacha Morning service was held at who are to worlq on with your group

play-off games /were played on tournament in Eau Gallie. The Small Fry Baseball Pro- all, the season ended with a them, and brought them with Ohrlstleiw goapel. Let those( 11. Devotion was led by Deacon some members do not you know as We sincerely appreciate and

the prison diamond in front Fla. Pest Control was beaten gram ended on the night of successful participation' of Ilia on precious blood. go and hear him. who do not Carswell. The message was which are grateful\() our many.,
of the old prison inmates. by a strong Ormond Beach August 10 with games played youngsters. Several
Garden also captured the team, 2-0. Garden won their under the lights. We want to Included, Including a trip to (/baseball player, and will friends, your soul and mine L. W. Thomas. At? 7 the ser beenilJnet.fI. !known their thoughts ol us in
sub-district championship from first game from Orlando on thank each and everyone who the fire house, and to the go >to every extreme to .toll are too precious to be placedat mon was "delivered:, by Rev. All Junior Choir members:!' so many, ) kind anl:| serviceable

Fla. Pest Control. The sub the hitting of Woody Strick made this
)land Garden was beaten in season. There are too many (Center player made a ( UNION hymn books and Oospel l Pearlsas food and expressions duringthe !:

their second game by the host people ,to name in print but 1 A certificate of appreciation yet live their toudhdWn.1 I would hike to mention a The Union will begin Friday we cannot work with you hours of our sadness, in

team Eau Gallic, 10-7. am sure the eagerness of the was presented<.J last Friday afternoon never tell about few outstanding characteristics night, Aug. 27. at Bethel Baptist successfully without these the Joss! of our loved one.

301DRIVEIN Merrill Strickland, League boys, the participants and ,to John :Manning event of all, the birth, the life, that will enable you to Church. All members are books. You may purchase the These kind: deeds will linger
President, would like to spectators at each game told the new recreation Director the death, and the resurrection I talk about the Lord Jesus asked to attend. song book from Mrs. MauriceJ. Jong upon our hearts May

thank you to the players and say the many volunteer workers Gene Rayburn. This was Just and the ascension of the Chrlat. His. birth was contrary New Bethel) Baptist Church, White, Baptist Standard Ood bless each of you.The
that their /work was not in a small token of our appreciation Lord Jesus Christ; and most to the laws of life. His death Rev A. Vinaon, Hymnal. $325; Oospel) Pearls, Jenkins
spectators who have made pastor Sunday I Family, Hawthorne
this another successful. soft- vain. Thank you again. for all his efforts in of all never peak about what was contrary to the .laws of I. School will begin at 10 with f 2.25. Mrs. M. J. White re- Fla.
ball On Thursday afternoon a keeping the recreation activities Christ has done for them, as death. He had no cornfields or Deacon porter.St. .
season. We are )looking Julius R Royal In Funeral
most enjoyable party was held going: until a new director individuals. There can be only fisheries but He could spreada charge. James AME I services! for Mrs
forward Church
to another good sea. at the Recreation Center for arrived. After the presentationthe one reason, the answer is men table for five thousand and BTU will be held at I Sarah Albert. a long time real t.
Open 7:15 9:30 Lake Butler Rev
: In : Lennon
son 1966. with president Levy -
all ,the Small Fry Baseball .staff had a small party In 'love the pleasures of this have bread and fish to spare. Marie I dent of Starke, were held Sunday
Show Time 7:45: From left to right, 'bottom members. All the players enjoyed his honor and presented him world more than the eternal He walked on no beautiful Thomas !In charge! Comer pastor Services for the Aug. 22, at Ebenezer Baptist

ADMISSIONAdults : row: Tommy Malloy, Tommy j I hot dogs and Cokes. with a memento as a reminder Savioira of the Soul.-And such carpets or velvet rugs, but He The East Coast: Deacons and Stone Laying will be Church with Rev. E. D.

75c Students 60c<<: Clark, Jim Watts, Woody This officially ended the sum of the good will and ,best persona have never even heed- walked on the waters of tbe Ministers Union will conveneat held in Lake Butler. Sunday Robinson officiating\ ,
Aug. 30 at 3 The .
Strickland m. public
Townsend New p.
Strick mer baseball program.At wishes of all of us for his ed the first commandment Sea of Galilee. Was it merely Bethel Baptist church Surviving. are six daughters.
Children Under 12 Free Is invited.
land Dowayne Elder, and Kenny this party a Trophy was future. given by the Lord. Jesus 'human blood' that was ailed beginning Friday night! Aug- Bertis Robinson. Renal Eng

Terrell. presented /toy Charlie Johns, Recreation Center Christ, "Thou halt love the at Calvary for all peoples of ust 2729. Some Interesting Greater Allen) Chapel 1 AME!: lish. Ruby M. FI toeT. Eula M.

Wed., Thur. Friday "Cn ey" Clark Manager Little League President to Each afternoon this< !week Lord thy God with alt. thy the world? What thinkingman features of the program will Church. Rev L. A. Sampson, Robinson. Luree Ooodon. and

Aug. 25, 26, 27 Jack Hazen, Tommy Darua, John Manning for his out softball games. have been heart, and with all thy soul, can keep from exclaiming be the Youth program Saturday pastor Services will be as follows )- Ruth L. Terry:; two sons Picaroon
Harold Godwin, Tommy Webb, standing work in keeping the played<.J with 'the different play and with all thy mind.' (Matt. "My Lord, and My God!" night at 8 P. m. The : Sunday School at 10 and William Albert: 34
Double Feature Program Cam Stern, Calvin Pace, and Recreation program going somoothly. ground participating. Both 22:37.: ) Dear friends, Christ la the Answer Women's Program will be held with Mrs. Fannie Bell Dejestre grandchildren and 17 great

Cliff Grlffls. Everyone wishes girls and boys played-.mixed I have heard of ministers Sunday at 3 p. m. The public in charge. Sunday will be ob- grandchildren.
IMjUSttWTll ftA5iOFl1$ NCCCClOAWIIT80An1eRIcanimTIon! Lost and Found. Artlrli'ft him the best of luck in his teams and 'all ages: The turn

JAMES GARNER Numerous Items are still) unclaimed new position at Monroe Jr. out has been very good. r.

JULIE Center on at Pratt the Street.Recreation Come College. at !St.Key! &West.MiMllHon Saratoga. The Center !has been open NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED I
and various have been
in or phone 964-7441 If you Playgrounds going on each day. We have CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY
We closed the Summer Rec-
wish to
\ Identify a lost article.
had a moat successful Summer
DI= All Items that have been at reation program for this year
w.t EmII.L': by playing Softball on both program. SCHOOL BELLS I the campus of Prairie View Aft !
Remember and
boys girls
I Unclaimed'will/ playground* School bells will ring for M University, Prairie View
Plus:, The Saratoga Softball team the Center la open each: day students to begin the 1065-66 Texas Miss Crum will participate -
I Iloorentlon CenterThe from 2 .to B:30pm.: and starting I
played two softball games thin school term Monday, August In convention meetingsas
'eOlIJMBt Recreation Center Is on September 4 the> Cent ,
week at. .the Pratt Street dia well .1.1I
: 30. We all have been working aa serving M a voting ;
pr.S8fII. IPmmon, open each day Monday from through 1:30 5:30 Friday mond. ter once again: will (have Teen for a successful: beginning. Mr. delegate when the constitution
: "'- : to : p. \\alnurlRht; and I Momi Park Time from 7 to 11 p.m. each Anderson that all la revised and new! national'
m. Come on, boys and girls- I
@l'' play ping-pong, checkers, cards Playground' Saturday night. student begin Monday In order officers are selected
.WJIlWW'a Because of the rain. the
etc. Ask a friend to meet you to work tor. successful!
) gum '
for a good: time at the Re- -, ending. professional .honorary home I
MVIMUV COLOR; creation Center. : economics fraternity with 41 .

Bantam Football rt r I chapters' on college campuses .
SATUUDAY ( u throug-hout the U. S. There'are BANKING HERE BY
-AUG. 28 I There will toe a meeting Friday I also ten alumna chapters. MAIL
Aug. 27, at 5:30: at
Triple Feature Program p.m. The fraternity was founded 42 IS
the recreation office for all I ..
It I
r, years ago at Northwest Missouri
No. I persons interested in coachinga State College MaryvOle, ; IT'S A YEAR -
football team. for the coming II CONVENIENCE!

DarnedestNo. season. If' you't can make I MoMtss Crum la the daughterof I ;

liilll llyweddld the meeting, call the office et tr i i iI iY ih ir tIM late Rev. Chester and Safe' quick and effort saving, ocr popular bank- I

ever! I Emmer Crum of this. city. ing-by-mail service enables depositors to bank
BRIEF VISIT here at any hour, any day or night of' the week,

I Rev, Roosevelt Dell, Jr recently from home or office, in any weather. Try ill 4'
FLORIDATHEATRE t s ,r paused through our city ,
1 1I1 I
I : iyli? and had a. brief stay on his return -
I1 L OBDERs.4 I from Conference In Write or ask for freebankingbymailforms

f / I Ocala. TODAY I
JJ 1Jilsarsr Charlie: John.* (right), little League. President. ., presents! r /% 1t tuStlarrr. NMSIIr4L1-MS' Rev. Dell U a native of

.Is inn trophy to Jolm Manningho left starke for a new position I BETA EPSILON CHAPTER Bradford County, born and
:= I .reared In Water Oak He attended -
IEA NE71lflON Showtime-Weekdays 7 In South F'orldll.1.'ourt."h'Yf'nr' Miss Betty J. Crum. a member the
Sunday :3:00 J : Saturday 1: of Beta E 8lJon Chapterof elementary school) FLORIDABANK
r Un-re. came to RJE High
2 Kappa Omicron Phi national School served In World War ;
Fri. Sat. t. professional! home economics !.
-Aujr. 27, 28 II. and finished high school at

WL ft 'It 4)BBYNNER ) fi i ft I Double Feature Program selected convention: to fraternity attend of the the, fraternity has national been Stanton upon being High discharged In: Jacksonville, : AT STARKE

1t MGMatAnh2n Reduction{ ) I \to be held In St. Louis.., Mo. He Is a graduate of Beth

&f 'tDC' August 25.28. une-Cookman College, Daytona : Ono of 31 Banks of the Florida National Group
"AI ,. As Vice president of BUEpollon Morris Brown, College Gammon Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.'
I p. TWO wmANlS ] Chapter, which Is on
,tewe It1l11l1,11 esmsau .. 1! Seminary and has done I_-

No. :3

ROBERT GARAGE: 8 ;;T .'i Hkinetrocoior THIS WINTER

MITCHUM v" wr Le; old
> trade Ik* enssl l ':2Sj,1ICii, red pre. trurk on tour nm :

AlitJ. and Mrs. Bessie Winkler of i

._...wit Minn \ \ Starke and, Mrs. W E. Star HEAT YOUR HOME WITH .

:@.I I.II GRAHAM daughter ling met Mr.Barbara end Mrs.Maulers Wells', in NATURAL GAS

SUN. THRU WED. By !Mrs. W. E. Starling Waldo this wfek. She arrived I NATUItAL
Plus:, home fl'OnNew York where : COSTS NOTHING TO INSTALL; (within 200 ft. of
Aug. 29 To Sept. 1
she hadlhdW her' uncle and
aunt Mr. and Mrs. Arthur "TURN ON
I Double Feature Program"PRESLEY ....................

...................... ) and Winkler THE HEAT' AND INSTANTLY YOUR HOME IS t
Irene Bushloper! Mr and Mrs Alvin Davis of

BlanS I Mrs. Sara Bean of Jacksonville Oalnravllle vHted Mrs Mattie FLOODED WITH COZY COMFORT. v
> and Mrs. Mattie Davis Davis and !Mrs. Zelma Rho-
visited Mr. and Mrs! J. C. Dnvia den last Saturday
I of Perry Monday and Mr. and Mrs. Wilt Sloan AND YOU NEVER RUN OUT!

IfI' .... IN ,o'I Tuesday! and Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Boone
: Mr. nrw* Mm WHey Longford of Plant City visited Mr. and
I ( ::2i.G }1 1jJ1g of OalnesvlLle visited Mr and Mrs. Carl Broughton lost t ', Safe Clean Low Cost

-,.... Mrs. Basil Davis last Saturday. weekend.

: Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Roberta Mr. and Mrs.. Canter and
Let Us Make
I J, 1J GNEMASCOPI and daughters( of Bradenton chlktren' of West Virginia. are Survey Of Your

#a"aVl.O", _oj end METIOCOLORSunday pent Sunday and Monday visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ed Par- Needs Today No Cost .
) Oe luxe with Mr and Mrs. J. W. Starling rk h this week. -

I ':;;;:;,- Co.os'I Carol Mlp< Diane Starling spent 2 . No Obligations.
Misses Ronda and
I It last Friday with Miss Sandra '
t I i'F E I II Thru WednesdayAUK Flower.. of Lake City
I 1 I 29 to Sept. 1 spending this week with their Mr. and Mrs. Tom Lefevers (Only A $10.00 Meter Deposit)
mother. Mrs. Morris Starling,
and children the '
JOHN spent week-
FORD'SF1KTT1M and Mr. Starling.Mr ,
end recently In Cedar
tJAIl t\ CHEVENNE'AUTUMN and Mrs. Frank Reynolds ALL
_. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bnmgh- -

/ Al4MS"! J PJYNl4NFsee.eeeee..eese..e.e/ --......., of Reddick spent last ton and daughters visited in
weekend with Mrs. Mattle Da Cedar! Key last Frtilay.

I vis. Gary Cantner of Miami visited GAS FOR MORE INFORMATION
Mr and, Mrs. Carl Brough-
Plus II Diane Starling last
I ATNPUU1MJCU ton and Mary Francis and Sunday CALL 961-2251
I Miss. Fays Dial spent several) HOME ( h ..
days in Cocoa Beach in hopes'

y&.mm'mT that they would be able to seethe b ,
Oemnl 5 Missile launched the .JNATURAL GAS
R After leaving COCOA, they
sREa ; way you write, Com In and
: drove to Jacksonville to have elect. your favorite E!lTF.R.

/ ST0911' cr UCUNICOlQI"-, .SUPER{ PWV1SION diner with their eon and BROOK, fountain pen TELEGRAPH. : OSCAR DAVIS CITY OF STARKEr s
fact wulla I80S dauwhler-ln. -kew. Mr and Mrs. Utility Director

Richard drier. and family.Mr. .

and Mrs. J. IL Wells j I



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(Educational Value of Movies Is' fI-" : It$; Finest Watch Repair, Quality

'Stressed By Manager of Theatres"Your '... ... Of eta School\ We GO// Jewelry Offered Here By Williams

children are fortunateo tertalnment at modest prices. t .,. School' time hi "watch time" Williams. "We are always

be living in this modemge The 301 Drive In la the answerto ) .oJ '- end with the opening of a new glad to make terms to suit

when they can see the taking the whole family to : school term cvt hand now' the the convenience of our custom-

beloved old classics on the the show and never leave the I time to have WILLIAMS JEW. era. Our popular priced: watches -

modern Academy Award winners car. The youngsters have the ELRY put your present watchIn are the choice of students

come to life on the freedom of talking smacking t. tip-top running condition.: --both boy! and girla-- who

screen either In the :Modern and enjoying the show, all at Or. If you need a new watch: want. good looks and dependability

JAlr conditioned Florida Theatre the same time. WUllama has them to suit at a moderate price."

or the ever so popular Mr. BarKsdale says that t J any price run fa.IMuvnt Birthstone ring and charm:

301 Drive-In on 301 south"salt many modem mothers are e are reminded thata bracelets ore always popular

Bobby Barksdale owner learning that theatre parties reliable watch Is the atu- gifts for the student and Williams

of both theatres in discussing for .their youngsters make a dervt'a moat valued friend and Jewelry "has a'wide selection -

the opening of the fall school delightful way to entertain., constant companion during the of these as w.ll...

term. How easy It is to let the little busy. .houl days ahead. Punc- many other gift items for

Past generations could only guests go to the movies and 9 tuullty In on. of the moat 1m- young and old. Keepsake diamond

read the famous classics but then serve refreshments afterwards. portant trait that a youn,; and other leading name

etudents of today can see This relieves the I person can have and a good I brands

them In beautiful color as wellas tired mother of the problem of watch.. Is th.bu.t way tu But. It la not lust with the

hearing them. having to plan and conduct teach thus priceless. habit. students that Williams Is so

When it comes to music, games and contests or other Watch repair service at Williams popular We ore also a MUSTfor
entertainment.Why Jewelry In known far the brie and groom with
also the movies are a great
and wide for 4U high; stand- our wide selection of diamonds
source of entertainment. to the nut plan a theatre

young The people.Florida and 301 DriveIn party birthday for Mr.your Barksdale child's next will\ ; Johnson's Farmers Supply Ready Denmark's Spacious Store Is Now anta modern and by satisfaction the> use of for the Is guaranteed moat and! ,other anniversary gifts for or the any wedding oth..

be glad to make aU the necessary ) equipment testing er Important occasion and for
Theatres interested -
are always
I and .
getting your watch in porf mothers-'the Mother's ring.
In young people and try ararngementaPlan II ot running I fravlltlon. The next time you thin of
To Aid Our Farmer Students Area Better Than EverLike
to bring them the beet In en I 1 Serving "You will be surprised how' Jewelrythink of WILLIAMS

easy it it to own one uf our JEWELRY: : The names are

t One watches" any Chamey synonymous!
r Industry may come, and Industry farmers should get the habit other Starke merchants quate lighting throughout. UI.I

Now For College Career may go-but forming of buying their Implementsand 1> K N M A RK'3 FURNITURE home In order to avoid

goes on forever In Bradford I other farm aupplies\! inStark. STORE Is looking forward to eyestrain that might damage

)I County. That Is why A. R. .. where they can see the new school term and la the eyes In Inter years. An I Low Prices At Buck's

Advises H. C. Wall Ins. Agency Johnson of JOHNSON'S what they are getting" Mr. w especially!/ Inter tited In l helping : Inexpensive student lamp to go Grocery

FARMERS SUPPLY Is pleased -, Johnson said. "Prices are Juaitaa Mon and Dad outfit a private with the desk will walk I

to eee the progress being low here as they are anywhere study noo.i for tha* ders in protecting the .

No matter how young your and go to( work because of made by Bradford County else, and the home-town. school, age boy or girl. Proper rest In another won./I Are A Great Aid To Housewife
who are adopting merchant will always stand behind Educators that no
child U. it Is never too soon the death of a parent. These grower agree portant Item for the
new. Improved methods. to what he sells you.Leading ." :Jilld can attain his beat ma act the child.! If not
to start planning ahead for boys and girls are placed under : you are provktlng Have
you vUlted BUCK'SGROCERY time of \ the
handle well known brands of feeds, certain serving public hiStarke
our : school without
crops. In a
comfortable mattress
a handicap that they can a
his college education advises Starke's Two : .
George W. Roberts. Jr. manager never overcome, and this could Having a farm backgroundhimself seeds, fertilisers, and Insecticides .amount of home work and he and springs for your boy or store enlarged and U.S.modernUed 301 I- and surrounding area.
of the H. C. Wall Insurance not happen if the family had Mr. Johnson knows are also offered to the la' much more likely to apply girl you are doing th.m. ) where I IliK-k'a U conveniently located
('IkIrlhl. of '
Agency in Starke. Right an adequate. insurance programto the farmer's needs and prob- fanners of this area by John himself to his books if the grave injustice. that might aikl plenty parking on U.S. 3O1. just northof

at the start of a new carry on for them In case ems. He Is ready to aii 'rly son's Farmer Supply. Other I Top Restaurants home provides pleasant surroundings keep thorn from full achievement apace enjoyment to the Sleepy Hollow Motel.

school now term. Ie a good ttane to of death of the breadwinner.H. hose needs "with the beat In Items etocke at the popular and modern facilities ). In a'ho i. At IHinmark'a your The grocery ahvtpplnir.! For your convenience, It Is

serioua thought to this C. Wall Agency also high quality farm Implements, store Include Insulator for studying.If present low prices every home great popularity offlock's 'open longer hours than moat

give matter You will be surprised stresses the Importance of eeda.. fertilisers. Irwectickle'i.nd I board tooting, a..bmtos sid Garden GuidonWhether possible, every boy and can afford a good innerspring ta thy Grocery In with hopper groceries, from 8 a.m. to 11

at how little It costs to Insure every homeowner taking an many other farm necessities. ing. and many other farm and girl should Have a desk of mattress. for each member of area clue to( our p.m., so you may shop In
prompt, courteous servtc, and
inventory of his fire Insuranceonce household nec 's>ltlea. O f their own where they ran keep the family. comfort at night If you do
the future of child .
your if Is adequate Mr. Johnson and his accommodating course there Is always a nice you're planning a books and papers and the quality merchandise combinedwith not .have tints to finish revery.thing *
to It
a see School small
with systematic planning. year items are !list a (invest.
to meet replacementneeds staff also enj y line of groceries and meats quite dinner for two, or a ban many other' school supplies of the "Iver.li"", dl.pl"yl I'rlcTill.* policy you' have to do lit the
part "
has canned. our business to
Sometimes hear of
we boysland in three days of higher working with the young p"->- no you can get everything you quet for 50. the GARDEN and without fear of having them of home that UM'mark' daytime.

girls who do not get totrornplete I costs. Many property owners pie In their agricultural pro- new! with only one stop the GUIDON RESTAURANT, disturbed or misplaced. It Is has furnishing gathered) togetherfor grow until we were forced,.. to If you are not already a
store In order to
expand our
school ed-
their high Future Farmer, "We arc In the business to the to have aderiasUe .
'have not reviewed their are gramthe just across highway from slat Important your Inspection and shopping regular customer of Buck's,
meet the demand of
ucationre forced to quit insurance needs In several the 1-H Boys and Girls the serve the needs c-.t the peopleat each other on U.S. 301 (tnorthl.) convenience, No need to our manycustomers. let us extend. to you a cordial

year and If they were to lose Future Homemakers, and other the lowest (10..1 bl. P rlc... are eeu4ppe l to handle your ,1 leave Stmke, to find a wide *election welcome to drop by this week

their home by Are now, K group. and that I. what sec unts for every need. Jut give us your of quality furnishings. Uitck'a la truly a one-itop end so you can see just how

would mean financial disaster "Our farmers and future our suoceaa. Come see for order, no matter how large or ; service etore- -everything you pleasant and how convenient
Mr. Johnson. Limited apace prevents us rued! ran be found! here in-
because R costs two or three yourself.- advises small and George or Gus r grocery buying can be when
from "going" Into ,detail so why eluding: a complete line of .
Kopetouao. will take care of facilities offered.
times as much: to build thesame I the right are
not visit lU'nmark'a this weeic- groceries, fresh meat, feel
hum. today. It Is most your every need. You will aura! be surprised!
end and for Again
see yourself -
oil, kerosene, and all
that revise The popular GARDEN BUS at the reasonable pr...'..
Important you be prevailing
TV Healthful Foods At Edwards we any, you'll surprised necessary staples..
t tReAtaL your fire Insurance to meet where a pecan tree grows at the quantity, a* well Mr and Mr. Carter are at Uuck's Grocery

preeent day needs especially\ through the roof is a popular ... the quality and delightfully proud of the bualnem they ami, in these day. of high coat
when rates are so low and can meeting place: and Us beautiful at the of living, every penny saved
surprised ea
yn have built, the
over yeara,
be had for even leas on longterm Grocery Give Energy For SchoolWho I private dining room the the-budget prices! and! the up many frleralaHlps" i Ut doubly Important. He you
basis.. Let II. C. Wall Pecan Room Is used by I at UUCK'S.
have made this
i Agency save you dollars by clubs. Individuals, and orlanl..tJuruJ !'. I

I I combining your Insurance into knows which of ouryoungsters pride In the high quality and -. for banquets and! other Illhrl. Hull Willi....., In ,

our package deal. of today may be I moderate prices of their meats meetings, when good food Isserved 11.lt at' above ..,1..1 Court end .,. .
$1 Per Day For information concerningany chosen to make a space age and other food These reasonable In pleasant surround NoUooea .ml ,n.. .r. "li.r.hy ." "" I;
riaatle Notebook MJtO at the nrilr>il, |In fll. .h.1 I T. I. MERSEREAU PLUMBING
ALL NEW PORTABLES phase of your Insurance trip to the moon tomorrow T ( price.even( In talayaInflmUonl Ings.- Just the place for your wrltlvn .n...., or fl.(*nMp -
: program or our attractive educaUotuU That la the reason It U. so ) are available everyday wedding rohearaal' dinner anniversary I ih. <'iottillnt. | |In rid 1 ...un
I call important 'to give today' students \ in the week--not Just ,.ee other NOclal lit* ot.lia at the. ....,I..I.n..I"I. ,
EmersonDalmier's policies. Just supper I I' Tithe 4 mi-ill1 c'mnr'i rTUN .rk ., eald' .11....' .i Mlarh." ,
4-1234 and Mr. Roberts will, the advantage of good weekend specials.You event.The KIUIIIII J' lilt i U, I Ml. KlurM, on or I..,..,. H.pl.ure.r, .
I wholesome food such as Is will find It a pleasurable 1101' OK "'.""1".* IH' ,M/ T, mm emu, l.. ..r,,. a ....II" :
happy go over your entire Kopelousos with
I family roe "lllftllllt. IV,1 ryeI l lh.r.o> upon. Mull) V. KnlalH',
program and make helpful found at EDWARD'S GROCERY and convenient experience their imMiy yearn of ..perl""" e ,' I 1/,11.. rNa, c... ... M l.. I'I.Intlfr., Attorney. who. ..1. ,
Edward'a Grocer .. ... In *. I). ,limw.. K., "'.""..
I recommendations.Ptao4l on UJS. 301 (south)I. I to shop at ) In the profession of catering ot 545.Klh.1 rtr I r
<< A DAY
: (loll William, Klorlit' un nr befur.l Mill dare' t tnih
tight nowat the openingof because It Is outskle the central .. ;!
the most doHirlinlrtatlng taste ruintirr.. >rwu rlx-rM |ir 0onf> *'
112 E. Call Ph. ....1171 business district and .. .. ,
a new school t.rmthe believe that offer v'*. will li nl r l ussiiKt run
Notebook ftJM at UN Kdwards Is a problemOur In food they f av....r Will I.on., Tlil n"''". .....11 h. piilIP.. .h..l JJAY-e.\I.r.9111.3291
I' time to get The : parking never
I. Telegraph. Use most reasonable dining ,L...r.n Grocery habit" If you aren't low overhead also! help to b. fount! anywhere In In* ..HII. ..;lt A,1. .Mtril. M OKi ..k> I In 'Mr: :a lf..r.l. <',;.inly:: TH I, NITK:-CAM. 001-8591& :
already one of our steady Cur to heap down rusts to the consumer I'r I r.ph. duly iiuklirixl n.we Ip
area, considering the highquality "IN" TMH YANK: of TIlE HTATM 'l 1''>r puhlt.h.d.. in rid, f'ounlyWlln ,
I tomers. There are so many and you save from pennies of the Ingredlvnls us-' ,>f Kl'>llll>.\ TOI. *.. my hanil. end. In. red l
new faces In Starke and vWctntty to dollars en every gro ... and the lions'served ....vi>ii..r William whom r..lfl l- of rid. ,i',url. a' Mlarko.. florlrta" ,

: $100.00 REWARD I iI these days that we eery order Both generous of their put restaurants .Ton n*'. use!II unknown h.r.l>3r ....lItl.I'h..., Ihl* III/./Say' L'HAIU! of Aiisuil. /M A,, 1 IIAIIHTA !Lee I T. I. MERSEREAU PLUMBING

would like to take this opportunity Yes your soy may be the .have built up envlsblureptttatkma IIM fur of extending warm If IM, ,'hll..,." ..r the penS.. I.... I'OUIir. ".:AI.I
a of tomorrow
astronaut you for good food., hospitality .
been h,.....h' ...1 n.l you .hi 1 It U.IJ1-t
welcome: to all to shop with give him the correct diet to oleanllnrss, courteous

I For Information leading to the arrest and conviction Jack and Gladys Edwards at keep his body strong today. staff and moderate prices --w_ '" !!!_ :!. ":I 1f .. ..."-"' i." -

. their friendly at_. of be
and that girl your might .
of person or pernonn stealing fence poalsj from I With the many activities chosen for some equally responsible And they also off.r a topnotch

Sampson Lake that children tak. part In today mlMlonIf they are catering srvvli for DIRECTORY
property on Road or anything belonging \ functions: \ held at the Country. AREA BUSINESS
they need plenty of good. In mind and Come I
to J. D. Odom. Jr. Anyone hating Information Club or other kwalions In the
fresh meat and vegetables to IQdwarda today
out to Grocery
( Contact I for area, If you have never tasted I . _. ... .. .
keep up their strength and eee if you don agre. r' O'L <. N. -' _". -t-, '
well their prim. rib! of beef aery.dund.r ;; .-_' -cor. -, i. ,. _.. ,'"!""I"-f" ; ." fII't.. ,.,. < ?> ._, U'I
classroom workas as .. We the frlervllleat, most
Infra red light, at on.
THE BRADFORD COUNTY SHERIFF'S physical training on the ath- convenient and most ,economical of these fwa .ions- -along with AUTO HALES: & 4ERV1CE: : CHAIN !HAWM )
Vettc flekl It is here that Edwards to In this entire I AUTO RAUH": s.nvlcl:
place shop all the other accompanying. deItcaclee -
DEPARTMENT\ Grocery can be especially :\ area. you have missed one I A. & J. Saw Streit'. Bicycle Shop
helpful for they take great Inc. Inc.
I offered Barkley Motor Repllcars, .MCxroncTc
of the real gourmet treats & Mower Co. HONDA )
r ,
I in this entire area Cstshssaa A Taopa sseetseeDaeaiiBSAZutdsp
TRIUMrtl Imported S Car flpeclallatfAlJ'AHOMro Joe Anderson MsT.Homellle .
J. D. ODOM. JR. For the ...ry""y dln.r.1 ii *

Pixie Shop Sale Just In Time (here! is the man's always lunchwhich popular"buanes .S FIAT IIIIJ.MAN .A RUNBEAM .. "'EIUv.OI' : nv.NZ Chain.A nr.uvicw: Raw.MAI.EII Moeoreol.-Italia!IICfIWlNN IIlCTCU2I* ServtoulotorrycleaiHfootera

.s equally grand' for the ladle. \OI.\0. Itpalr ft Tarts All Makes' locksmith A Safe Work

-including calve. of m..ta.t TV* ftperaslhe. laMAXTfl Sale.Part.Ser, .e (Jra .IJ' Tractor Nal e
To Outfit Kids For School Term ..11If.. t'stfvereit: "...
GLASS ThAt' Our Buaineu vegetables. salad, and I a fUERVICalraeUrr I 113 s E. Second Mt. OalnavOJ *. M..n 10'. OalneevlBe 174-7741
breads all for only aS rents Trained Mechanic. :Ion N E:. lllv" nalnasvllle
nAUTOflALVAOE.... Phone .172-SAM: : :
"If Ifa Gluw; We )lave If How fortunate four parent table; flats In all styles for a, Why not din. at the Harden !' IN CLEAN VHKn: CAB Jiwt Off Wskli Road (AI.NT A CLAHSLiddell;
or the fjiibkm. ) to>luyT Your ItI I N. MAIN
CALL WRITE VISIT I of this area that the) ovanlrmof knr. low price of II ITI-4111 -
or !
friends will be there OalsMevUle
mctxx* cotncade with the I Skirts and blouses ate ever ('ONd'ETK( : : PUODUCTHINfllflT Paint &

t FOR ANY GLASS NEED I reatt Sale now In pnus.resai ati popular with the teerv-ace girl I e JEEI'lewdly -..-

W* Dgn! 3Iodern Store Front. The rule Srtop. across from I\and you will bot rtrttetited with Glass Co.
of Wheel l Drive TIfAT AI.!. TOtTRCONfRKTK
the courth0urs In Starts I our clever taelcna In 'MOUNDS KTANIZK PAINTS
Just Mail U* A Pattern For : rR DfCT:
With llvlnc coats Mohrr marie of that new winter material I KAMHI.KRFltvwt : 'aul's Auto Salvage rrw/aai alas. Mlrrere sad'.* Deere
ARE: TIIB J : nnrr
now than ever before. It as ealfcdBounce- a \ roved. Rronomr' CVlasse ., Tab Kneleevr, Bhewe

I SHEA'S'"GiAss pnrtant that you get full v.m'1 preuluei cotton fabric manufactured aced ft.>rvl.* w. Buy' Wrerkml* Caie AI Edwards Building Deere Wln4.nre Awning .

i CO. from a very .lest peraiy of )' by the naUuntlly Motor Co. TOP. I'RICEM I Supply, Inc. Carpel. Wallpaper .......
.. RIdgway
, doth1ncna" U known ant advertovd Bprin- treat CenaaUtaUen.

I e (NOT INC.) that PUOE SHOP la truly. aMend I.I maid Mils Tney are truly f abuiouB. Main au Makes .A. ,....*.. C... 714 M. Main-.11.RA...... ill N W Blsteenth M.
I 1UJ p. o*.w"rvnT.i.JB
an flied for families of. aid lequire so Slue .I- hrs.t.idyq. OAfNFHVIUZ 173SiltI'I.ATI"IQ
1313 N.W. 4th PL Calnewvlll. Fla. Phone FR2-4353 OeJ *a>*1We 1'1.I413
i as sis.*) J. 4-648., tune withhardoncaothre can (;AIUKN: SUPPLIES. :"
I aw:"'... "ftorvtre .We Will
few of
Just our
d ,lon-are a B & G Motors Co.A"n.LAc4".f"OllfL.. ..-
WTwre eta but at The Plxle I aouuan* aale /I....... We don't na4 A.y. ratP.v Tee Ocala Chrome
& Faris
hop could you find serviceable II have apace to tall. you about Johnson ,
ahoea from II.M durable ALTS aa tmiVICB OaineevUIe n...... Inc.
fvnittOtm, drop by at Plating
CENTRAL AIR CONDITION school mat equally yourI..rtbwl PI'.. BelecUon! nt D.-l Care Ctsnpl.ls! Una of
I j eonveiotrnc*) and are \ Taken On Ciwllllae Trade 411 1 N PaM Stork Yard IEYDI.nd'rnYYRTI1.1L.aMS: Copper Nickel Chi-jmlntn
1 for I .f\
low Panties
for yoursrlf. '
MeflaJ nnlr
I I 1..1 l N. W III*. a. 441niovr Cadmium. ng
I4O Blip arty a. cants .
*) 1 w. "...- bmn drUchted |...fkld.r-r.4MV ......se Custom BUffing
Scarf In all rotors only I I wash the reception:: the pmpJe : C7" llil ANTIQUE: CtCANIMO:
.NO 44)) ren and a marretouaDRIVE rtrnt rvrUllw Bpradr
i of Starke and surrourxtln j \utomatlc Tranamlajilon BfLVKK. BRAS'! COrTEst
. I DODGE nART3ODGE 234 H With A.*.
aura have given our ahop store Industrial Hard Chrome

our opening here not too I long rmicm.itfp ruovr., ; 111.4471rtam.atti. 1114 NE lad Are. 0....
ARE TERMITES t q.lrno..ran.- rrha
ago. Although our shop .* aencnparaUve *' MlaM.> L'.el ..-. City Automatic Fla Mal t4.H
General ElectricBuy rvrwcomer, erhay.
.. made* countless friends. DESTROYING Poole-Gablo Motors Transmission Inc. I.AOIKS: WEAR TYI'EWRITERSHancock:

IK 1. E. IM Ave Gainesville ,
for which we are grateful and
WITH I j people' have) already come to YOUR HOME I r1loKr., ; 171-4141 Office
i KrfmJtr. .A. Ka: .kaaa>eAU Cherry'so'Lnsvllle'e
Top Quality and Service CARE f realise that Pew mop prVs r Makes and Modeh .:CHll1' nSTflmlLh"or0n6AutMNacI:

are r1IIhC..d ....> ojialltr a* FREE Tropical Pontiac, 3dest Puhloftabl,,
I CARSDyerrsnar
there too Address rot Ladle
I I INSPECTION Inc. : Pre-Tet4. CIaryYict.eTetallaAddiri.
GEO. W. BROWN g7fA74 i.' Remrm.ber-Ju-I. a dew more
I I DRESSY.RL'1TSCOATS. Machnve.. Calculators
01 vatcataoo before school
.yo TRCCTC oucr Crlgrr71
226 S. Walnat/ Phone !949-1121 (xetrst. Hurry on com: to Tho MATCR.VITT wr.laACCE.sORfES
arslwlcru o N T i A o HAVE TIME: -disease year re.
Pixie Shop while the selection I : I'IA.?"
Starke. FlorkU .jeJreenealai with .. ftrat.S3 .
s F.. Gn4/-316 S
I as
good otour-reeJlT btc"now seJa .
320 NW KM Are OalAnrini p HO9 8. Main
I*. Main St.. OalneevUl
I In 3sope... I .1'i ta7.33p Ga'.tIIe nJ.IIN IM W DnjYeraMr, Oaloeawtll PboAI .,...a5l1THURSDAY.

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.YYTT.YYTYT9Y?' 0 a. m.First. Visitors. of Mr. and Mrs. T. I,yyVyVVvyVVyVyVy'Vy. George Williams and Mr*. C. week with their grandmother, of Florlila. Acts of 1941 will ness.. at 128. 8. Walnut 8t..
iaai'rai'ra, 'I'" Hill' IICompntttlva Inter with the Clerk of the Bt rk Kla.M.
Baptist: Sunday School U Wainwrlght: during the B. Hawkins.Mr. Mra. J. M. Bradley.Mrs. s'r.vr.m, .: I'S 14411 t5IO. I CI rot,r..utt 4'onrt, In and for Br..tI.. l N. met!) Yaua Rout J.
LAWTEY\ 10 a. m.: Worship 11 a. m. and week were their giandUaitghtcr. HAMPTON amid/ Mrs. William FOwler Elma Rlggs Is rpendins f ........."..." ford County.. Flortiln upon r.- 8farka, aolo'.. own.riDated ,
Menloil l Bl li will .. of of' p..lhal".. : of this 1-lb day of AUK.
8 p. m.; Training Union 7 p. Mrs. Donald Knight:: and and children and Mrs. 111. < c lnt proof :
this week In Chicago. ho revelvnd by the niviHlcm' <>f thin' noittho, fl> 'itiniia, iiAmit, owl A. D. 196& at Ktark., Brad<
m. Prayer services: and family! children of Jacksonville Mr. Avoy Younker and three children Mrs. Jewell Faulic spent the TriKittutlonn.. until 1 I0'in: ,\ MKHT. of Badcnck As..", '"*' Wtor, ender ford County, Florida.
By Enau B'anchard night! Wodftieaday evening. WalnwrlHht'a. sister Mrs. Alice By Mrs. D. E. Hill visited here with their weekend with tier parents, Mr. on date shown. for th. ul.! which I am, "nitac.,.d In busI.'l- '/12 4t Oil
or auriyliiH) .
.AAAAAAAAALA4AAAAAA A Church of) God: Sunday Longford! of Lake Butler, and rhone 468-1160 parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. and Mrs. Maxlo Carter, Sr. Z.I: pl'r 1985>P't1tAuituof -Fin\ Oum (no --
School 101 a.. m.. Worship 11 Mrs. Beuluih Yopp of Atlanta.Oa. Williams, Wednesday< last t Jeaxvnie Faulk return/id to wr: .pe. )
A. 6"66 AAAAAAA / bid, clank, ronrlltlonH. anti
MASONIC NOTICE Midi 7:30 YPE .. and his nleee and week. Mrs. Younker and children -
/a. m. : p. m. < ne- Jacksonville with her mother srscitinstions may he obtained AMBULANCE SERVICEPHONE
1/awtey Lodge 189 announces Wednesday 7:30.: phew. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. RIg- SCHOOL.! ; HTAItTS have been staying in Jack to nxrili the week. from: Uat. 1'urchaHlnir CumtnlMKlcm : -I
,that thee will be an E. A. Decree Highland Baptist, Church: iglnbntham. of Ocala. NEW: TERM: MONDAV sonville with her sister while lvlalon of InntltutlnnM.Hint '
)fflc. HloxlmmStr 964-2600
Mis. cecil Wihitencaa eriC Kulldlnc.
: on Friday. AUK. 27, at Sunday School 9:45: a. m.. Miss Arthuiliie Bhmehard Hampton Elementary School her 'husband: is stationed on ...' Wln I r, Kooni U-3J. Tallu-
7:30,: p. m., conferred\ by Jolwii1e Worship 11 'a. m. and 7:30: p. visited Miss En/a Blanchard begins classes Monday morning the West Coast with the Ma tiauhters? Judy and Patti ha.n.., Flr,rldn. DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home
:. Aug. 30, with a few rines. Here Friday wtth the spent Saturday in Cni-'flanJ Ralph It. Klllor
B. Thomapon, Worshiprul! in.. Prayer/ Meeting Wedmes- over the weekend. Executive. t>lre<'lor
Master. Arthur L. Green Invites day 7:30: p. m.. Choir PI' cttceSaturday Miss Elizabeth Terry spentThursday changes. Williams family was their son, as uewts of Mr. and Mrs. M. 8-0 It sissolute DeWitt C. Jones Registered Funeral Director
all Masons to attend. School Mtarta vt 8 a.m., 15 Aaron Williams of Jackson. F. Adklna and family.
7:30: p. m. to Saturday1 In .
minutes earlier than the last ville., Chetty Oriscoll of WaucJvulaIs 01 1"\1"0":' Starke; Fla.
llinilLAM) REVIVAL that
We are plensrd to note Gainesville with Mrs. C. E.Strk'kland. .
few and children will 'bo Mr. and Mrs. Madison Lee TO HKUIHrKII: FH'TITIIUMft
Revival services will start at Russell Redding t Is tit home years cpenrilmtf Sunday through .tMKNotlr : RENTAL SERVICES
:xTtfthland\ Baptist Church on again after a month in the Michael! Waters and a dismissed at 2:45: p.m. with buses and family of Crystal River Wednesday as guest of Mr. / *. In li,.rrl>y Klv..n thai Keda Wheel Chairs, Crutches:
I the school weekend here with Hospital( : ,
leaving at 2:45: spent lost and Mm. Chester Woo and the iinflBrnlfrniHl. unr the pro.
Monday Aug. 30 and continue hospital. friend. Cleve Douglas of end no wait after school for the. W. A..Saxons.Mr family vlxlonit' of fhaptrr. 21/' ,! i)3. Law
through the week with Also we are happy tolee/ Knoxville. Tcnn.. who are stationed and j'' ,
those busHes each .. daughter
riding day. Betty May i
Kev Ben Jones of Jacksonville Allen Norton back from the at Ft. Bennlng, were The former cafeteria will be Melody will leave this Mr. and Mrs. V. N. Geiger |I I
evangelist., Ordination of hospital where he underwent weekend guests, of Mr. and! -sail Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Brad- "
Ilia flf th'and sixth grade room week for South Carolina "IT'S NEVER: TOO LATE TO LEARN! i
Deacons' will be held at this surgery. Mrs. James Waters and iwwis.Mrs. with Mrs. Warncy Adklnaon, where Mrs. May will again resume Iry. all of Jacksonville, were
churcJi on Sunday Aug. 29 at Mrs. Betty Miner and sons Water's nicer. Din miSchmelil ne.w at Hampton achool as teaching duties. Sum-fay guests of Mrs. J. M. GENERAL ADULT EDUCATION 1

2 p. m.VSCS. .. of Jacksonville spent Sunday of Jacksonville! ( t h!! teacher. The former auditorium Odesxia Melton left recently Bradley.Mrs. Afternoon and Evening Offerings j
\ MEETING with Mrs. Elite Miner. visiting the family this week. has. been completely chan. for Maryland for -vKHt /with A. R. Selbfirt of Jacksonville

Mrs. II. C. Kelly was hostesso Mrs. IlhocU, Grimes /and Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Oscar ged and will now be a cafe. her (brother and sister-in-law, spent Tuesday with Please indicate your course: choice by listing in order of 1-for your first i.

members! of the WSCS Mrs. Myra Jones of Tampa Carter during the week; were' torlum. The upstairs room Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Melton, Mrs.. E. M. Norton and chllj j selection, 2-for your pecond selection, et cetera, in the blanks on the left of
Tursday' night of last week, were Wednesday visitors of his aunt. Mrs. L C. Smith, used for the last eight yeara and children.VyVVVVVyYVVVV'Vv. dren.
*lbh ten pre''" nt. Mrs. Ernes. Rev. and Mrs. Ernest Balloy. and Mr. Smith of Dad City, as a classroom or library, will Rev. H, H. Mott, former the course listing.NO .

Bally, irave the c'levotlonal and Mrs. Jim Burton of Ja kxmvllle nnd his sister, and brother-in- be used for a storeroom eliminating Ivyv', pa.?tor of Klnrsley Lake | ( CJIAHGK)

Mrs Orvill' Bumgamer had '! spent; Friday to Sun- law. Mr. and Mrs. Kenny use of the stairs by Churchundorwint surgery in Modern Mathematics fur Parents
char-T; of the program. After day with her parents!, Mr. and Frank of Lakeland. the children launches will still Lake the Oalnesvllle Medical Center j Literacy (Basic) Education! General Mathematics

the program, Mrs. Benjamin I Mrs. P. L. Dinklns. Mr. and Mrs. Waitlen Sapp be served in two ohif. !U, as has Kingsley Thursday The family has askrd. -Elementary Education ,

Pc-nii of Columbus.] Ohio a Mrs. B L. Wllkr. on hai returned and daughter of Jacksonville been the practice.A that he be remembered In i General Education (Klem., and IIS) -A l ebra :
: of spent Saturday( with Mr. and change In the afternoon I --PUne. Solid, or Analytical Geometry
truest: Mrs. BUm,1R.l'Iler'.s- from a trip with her Mrs. K. M. N,.rt." prayer English for the Foreign Born '
shared! wne of her experiences son-in-law and daughter They Mrs A. C. Pearce. Mrs. Annie schedule in planned according Rev. and Mrs. B. T. Pemvy .Citiaensthlp! for the Foreign< BornTrigonometry:

B.I deaconess' In chHdien'i travelej, through the mountains Stevens of Jacksonville was to Principal Klcard Jacket I. 'Phone B83-2081 and cons anc Maxie Norton I -evelopmental Reading Bualncm Mathematics

work A social( hour was held' of South Carolina, North also a 'ivtaltor. with departmentalized 'work in attended the Cross and Sword | -Calculus '
various Final< plans ....... .. 6 .. 6666A
after adjournment. Cnroilm. and Virginia stop- Mrs R. D. Suber of Jacksonville subjects. drains. In St. Augustine Mon ((924MI Registration Fey '
('IIIJR'UTlVITIES) was visiting her sis for this are ntlll to be ada.pt- General Science
plmr! In Roanoke. Va., Baltimore CHURCH NEWS day iright. -American Literature
Grace Methodist: Sunday Md., Virginia Beach.Va. tl>1'. Mrs. Luther llllllarft:\ ied, but music, Spanish hand.wrUln.g. Sunday School 9:43: a. m. --English Literature -Biology .
library, art. science,
School 9:45: : Worship Hum, ,. Whitney. N. C. and Washington !' Monday.Mr. remedial reading and speech Morning Worship. 11:00: a. m. Modern Literature iniyalcal Science

and 8 p. m: MYF. Wedneidjy /' I). C where they ton. and MP! OforRe Out- therapy and physical educa Training Union 6:45: P. m. World, Literature )' ;
8 p. m Prayer Circle Monday. ed th"' ground. and buildings.LAWSON'S hall and children of Baltimore Evening Worchlp. 8'00 p. m.
-Ohernl <
Uon may way. -Knjftlah (all levels)
Md. were vMtln Mr. Service, Wed-
Midweek Prayer
In addition to the change in AnatoMy and PhysiologySpeech
and Mrs. Willie Ksddish for netitey. 7:30: p. m- -Rev. B. T.Peav'y BUHUIOM English (draJiiinar)
the cafeteria repairs at the
I MARKETCold .'a few dA '!I. A .granddaughter school this summer include paator. "Come, let us (Diction-Vocabulary) CoiTverxatlonal Spanish
of Conoshia WK., who Science
has!' pointing the outside play equip worhip' together, Library Convwsational! Fr m-h
spent the summer with th' ment. Hev. Huey D. Perry, room( *,
Storage Grocery. Store Reddi"hes, has returned to her Faculty at the school will pastor, brought the mewasi." ."I Instrumental Music -Conversational Russian>
.. home. be Richard Jockel principal; In the Sunday morning worship Chorus -Classical

? ''l Mr and Mrs Doyle Starling' I Mrs. Sandra Spooner, first hour. Rev. Perry and ChancyJohns Music Appreciation of Art
1' I I'I t :anii# Mrs. James Waters sur- grade.; Mrs. Joun Nabori sec family are llvlnoj' In Fort .
; 1'1. .' at. rrlsed hint with an out door ond grade; Mrs. Dorothy Hib- Worth Texas while he 1-s at- E. -TypingBeginning( and AdvancedArt Appreciation

steak dinner with all th- trimming 'bard, third grade; Mrs. Wanda tending the Seminal A supper Shorthand (Beginning and Advanced011) and Water Colors PatnUnf

.1 at the home of the John fourth( grade; Mr*. Ad- was given at the church Bookkeeping. General Shop (Woodworking etc.)
,( : F.tarllnro Thursday! evenIng' in kinson fifth and sixth grade; Saturday' evening in their -BiMinea English MeUianlcal Drafting

i celebration; of his birthday: anniversary I Mrs. Maureen Paul except- honor. Business Mathematics

.' I"i The traditional I ttonal l teacher and librarian. ThOMAS: .O\\'Eft WEDIMSOPhlUU about this question!' : Notelaking -llKth School Review (Including:
birthday cake was served as KrglHtrr/ Now-
Thomas and Tom How to Study; How to Take Tests;
: boat motor and trail
desrrtThe' City; Klectlon' Kept. 14 "My History (General)
"t I i' Maxie RerHl"h family By Monday thin week. still Oower were! united' In mar- er were hitched the night Clvica How' In Take Notes; Reading:

'" I"j.' j./ and the Guthall family. upent no candidates had filed to run claire last; Friday ewnln at t 8 hefore for an early morning Vocabulary Building; et al.
o'clock m the!' Klnsley Lake World History anti f!otritphjr(
the day lit Six Gun Territory.Mr ( I. In the city election Tuesday get-away. During the
) 14.Booka. Baptist Church. nev B. T American (US.) History Problems of American Democracy
an1'! Mm Fay Durban Sept. thief *
and Mrs. BJi Durban, Denise will be open until Pcavy perfumed the ceremony. night a 'got away -Americanism vs. Communi"American Constitution) \ and Govt.

Let Us Prepare Your Beef and < ndt: LiRa Durban have return- Tuesday Sept. 7. to register Those present' were Mrs. with the whole works. Florid' History and Geography Political Science
John H. Olll. mother of the Would 'all rUk Insurance
from new voters In the city and
Pork For Your Deep Freezer.Ve friends and relatives on Sand ,thai came day"' Is the deadline trlde' Mrs.!' F. O. Arm'rtrorw.' from Charley E. Johns! A- CLASSES: WILL( Till: OFFEFIED. .: AT 3:30: p.m. to 5:30: p.m. and 7 to 9:30:

Mountain In Alabama. for candidates to tile to run fur Mrs. Riiswll Raulerson end gency have cost only 47 1 p.m.
will I rick-up nnd IJutrher. There will he :a election. Mrs. PlUlllA Strickland Ubd of value?" I IPU-K.HO Print)

Small Fee for Tick-up--Hutt-hering cows $:i.OO per Three council seats are to be daughters.! Joulo and Linda. :Mr.

Head and I Hide.( hogs 3e per II).-Cleaned Weight TIIF IlimiT POINT for the. filled( since the terms of Don After -weMlng:! : trip\ to St. Charley E. JohnsresseAgency NAt1S4: "' : Telephone _

For; Chill-cut and wrapping 5'/iC' per Ih. with paper.Wo way ynn. write ('.ml'. In andI Hill Dan Johnnon and B\< P. Augustine! thm muple will reside Mm.lit. .

I wlift' your fiivorlln. IOMTKK: ': Lott expire. The u offtl(!.. are It.ifti-1 -ltOTlvll1e.-ji-n..j_ .- -, ''l\I"lIIn\ ..

Soil'' K 'ef iinil J Pork for Home 1'rl'e7t'I" ItltnoK fountain, TEI.EPttJ'ii. ': for two-yc !..ermlt.I NOIITOV KKITNIOM: 131 S. Walnut' St.P1IO.VK .
|M n. I Thu offices of clerk I Iwa. Address' _. n ___________ City __u _____ .
mayor u.
(J The Trudy Norton Reunion
W ,-(.nrtlTill' :! )
Phone > .
9I-M2S1 1 \VII..hlncrfnn: S. and, marshal are also due to ( Box PO Box Street, Nuiniieri
I .*,
I bo terms flllpd of at the election for. Norton residence in honor of (Cl.is.scs' ". are usually organi/ed l In ptembcr. I-Vbruary- and June of each year.

/ one year each. Incumbent Mrs. Trudy Norton's 70th ': KHJIIT POINT for the :Make your f.elections! and mail (hi:* sheet to:
mayor I is Robert birthday.! Tho** attending the way you write. Verne In and

Cutthen clerk Is W. II. Maxwell I occasion wcn' Mrs. Tru/ty select, yiMir fnvnrlti FSTK.lt Adult Education Program Director
,QI and the office of marshal I
/ Norton Mr. and Mra. Ray E. BROOK fountrri ,"'n. TKI.KflKAPII. : :-
Ihr-.4- has been vacant' for several __ Drawer) I IB//). Slarke. FlnriHn-32091don't :!/)!)I
: Norton and two children Mrs
//Ii./ 13jif
: / months. "
Virginia Rhoden and PO"\.
Qualifications of voters and
m/Ik ,% ( % Vt Johnny. and 'urareiehlldr':!
f are that
_. .- alit .- person Tammy and Jerry Mr
-- York
---- -
I 1i1 bo at least 21 yours old a resident
(. of tho rind Mrs Tommy Rhoden iinrthree
state of Florida( .
(( for a 1 least one year and,I a .. rhIMrfn Mr. rind Mrs
{ NOWyear'roundcomfortfor resident of the city of Hampton | Mack: Murray and' four -hl'-'

for at least six month drrn Mr and Mrs Carl Norton hurry. .

I. ..,t ::' Florida family! For a candidate to Sic\ for a and five children,, K-lwln
every city office he faust bo a rcg Nancy. Jimmy' and MArk '
bttered Hsrtley.! Mri. O L. Norton nrlthiro
lp voter, ami (file a petition -
t l\\ *
with the names of ten rrtm. Mr. are:* Mrs
t \ registered. voters with Clerk J'niei Wllliatn" Suoitn" B.ira.

: : REVERSE-CYCLE'/ Maxwell toy the Headline Tu""i. I 1":1. Jo saw? Greg' N"lif>n. .wll I

day Sept. 7. rf Jsrksonvllle. and Rev an-1
ilameless electric
: Citizens of Hampton are Mrs B. T Pravy: and two .

urged to take more of nn in- '011>". MI"l. Norton Mi.' nine }IIvIna H1; -
N : airconditioningONE iciest In the election and I In chUitmv nfl two deep11. r, ': '

the city government ont leas ", 32 (rnndrlUlrtmi: and ..
AEU register and vote it you are Mevrn (treat urandrhltdren.h" ill m } .'-... t,
-- eligible t U former resident" of 'L.ca -
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COOISInsummerWARMSinwinter H.imtpon City Council held Rev. an'l N m. 11 P. PCTJWi t I

,. an ('xlrlnll etlnlf M..n.t.lY dui.htrr.. nC" ". or I".rt "
( %_ I' night: >to KO over the tax rolla WOrth Taxns: were wrck re1iriiestn :';--

According tu the new !assi'ssments. of Mr mini Mrs. J LBradl S ,

made by the county ."v nl fnillvJ '
and the state and '
mmy Piiti'mrrMn of Ja--k-:
for city use by the council onvlllo \Wlc1 Mr aol MI"l. -

Ito mlJo. qunrt' CILy of lamp l R M Norton ani; family last
ton Is assessed. at approximate Sat-irrtitv QCMJ
ly a quarter of a million 1101-
j Mr anti Mrs. ,1. D Hrad'eyndi ,
lam -- or $25O.noo.: Highest> f! three children of Orlandowere .cpGvt c.&,..
single property owner Is thy
\\ I"-k ttnd guests cf MrsJ
railroad. ., whoso 3X foot mile Now's tho
1\1 ftnutlpy.Mn Imo to drive a great deal from a groat choice of
long property U assessed tatHampton's
: ( Mute Cllrt,., Rr
J tJI.Ofo.! ()()( spent brand-now Corvalrs. Chovro/ots and
Puec'iay in Jnrttsrmvl'le' with

I mills, Is probably millage one at of 3 the 1.2 'her brother. C. B. SUrl'nt. Leave It to Chevrolet to make sure these beauties look costly. *

lowest for who! i* a jntlent 4n St. Vtn."nt'R -
nny municipality In Leave it
SI I I the state, tho council behaves : l IIM--ltRl l due! ti an mitwmoblle your dealer to make sure .

__ir Income, from taxes for the' accident U't Monday. they're not. But rush, rush. rush They're
moving fast.
city will probnibly, 'incrcaso We we4ccm. n.w familyto out

I, from approximately, $.110) annually the comnwtnity Mr arid,
to $1.000, with the new Mrs Kenneth Mott and
100 per cent asswwment. d.niBhter aii 'rra' of Jicksinvllle : -

I 1'r.UJIi\ : ,A.." have mnvrd their mobile I
home on their lot near the
Mr. and Mrs. Jtunws Oliverla. '
l3radl-ya.< '
Now, reverse-cycle electric' air conditioning costs so 1 little; ,tha heating have purchaser the Otto Rev Bobby KnlTht of Orren
.d Hicks Jr. farm near Hnmpton.
feature is practically a free Inmua. Now every }'loriI.family. and Mr. and Mrs. Hicks and Coy Sp 'tiw. was ,irrrHv uiner -

? can easily afford it e Now your family can join the hundred of LIVING.. \'tI1.children.. are moving to Oalnv- Brndley wisest and of Mr family.and Mr J.'I* c,..,.,.. ,, i ll

I thousands who live in safer, cleaner homes where they play, work j Mr. and l Mrs. James Home The Oleanen!' Sand.Jyhool Saarg Coup.

end feel! better every day in the year. Now you can enjoy the simplest Jr. are the parents or. ctaiO'l! of the Stark First.
'RICE' 0' I Ctwrch1lYW't' at the home of
daughter, Nancy Call born
surest,cheapest' comfort sy trtn ever made-to-order for Florida p PAL co.JlOmes Thursday Aug. 10. at Alachu of !irrs. 1I.f1xt. Cartr. Sr. last Mow s the 'tIme mhrA "fOUh

e Beat the heat (and kill the chill) onco and for all! Stx )'0'.. ILICTRICITY I General Hew pita I in GalnesvUlt FridAY evenlnz! !' with .rttit! to get a No 1 buy iY CttEYROl '

electric air conditioning contractor or appliance dealer now I DOWN members an' tnt'l'e1.011 torspre..nt. op ie Mn. 1 ca'w DEAUa
Untidy Warren was honored A ro 'I-e\:\ dish jninjxr tit. :.,

I at a birthday party Saturday was enjoy! by all. Mn. Mark
T evening. Aug. 81, for his 16th JordNA: of the State Parnt wa a -
1i' I blrthd'iy.! which watt Wednesday co-ttmteas. Durincr the business -/ ov 114'

,J [ 1. .. Aug- 18. A "hamburger meettnu! Mrs. L.. II. Jen-
:r J ; and hot log supper and re. ninua ''ptew'aits'd a 'bnurifuljof /

o=".:: a': \rveshmetvt were nerved arid tmtmirnr t"nt:1ttf': '< "TlwQleurters WALT HULICX CHEVROLET INC.

gainse pKiyvJ by those pr'..... ; ," for their class lroom. l

FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY Helping Build Florida cut for the owasUin. Assisting ', I I ,
his. sister Mr*. Howell Vtt.liiinra Misses Faye and Alice Bradley 301 NOKTII-; STAKKK.: FLA. I

as hostesses were 31r .' of Jacksonville. pent last PHONE 96M900rMH

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THURSDAY. Arc. ''28. 1985 ItKADPY1Rf1 ror"VTT TEI,rnRApn. RTARKII' ': n.oRmA ?rn..mta.nma.r


By Mr*. A. C. SUd.
Phone 219-4491
r :. /f- MO1 iEY i I Ir
Funeral: services for John
I Wiley MCLendon Jr.. 33. 'were .
... ,
"'t-"' "
[held Saturday at 11:30: a. m.
I in the Chapel of Oortey-Kerlin ,
I punersU Home in Jacksonville. ; F. ,N. Wheeler Dotty Ruth HreedenMm. 3 Dud Jenkins
I Burial was in l the Manning I Mrs. Horace Sanders Charles 1''. Ball
"MakeMoney" A. T. Green
here. Mr. '
Cemetery McLendon.
al+ )) ; g trims
w.io livedf in Jacksonville died i .Dean. Harry Flowen I. T. Starling
Paul King Franks V. I.tffanInei ,
1't\Ut8IMY nmning after a Game Will Mrs. Vesta Bl. Myrick
( sudden it nts& He was: born in '4 S 3 : M. I.. Lawson J. Crew Louise Crifflt:
MaxvlUe and lived moot of tils w S', .' I Opal' Bishop Mn' M. E. Starling! Mrs.\ Barney E. McRayWinnDixie's
I member life in Jacksonville.of the! Frotevtantiurch He was a t" .'000 sTO LtS End Sat.t Sept. _4th l\11'\ !:". Cleo Andrews! Mrs. A. C. Kill/

: and a driver for the. .

McLendon Jacksonville waa a Coach veteran Co.of Mr.the -,. ,."- -. '.' ,_ '" ... ,. 0I II .....:. ,,! ... .....\. ;;.;..._. -

Korean Conflict. and a mem*
be;of the Bus Driver Local C3IVE

[1 1197.Survival are his widow. Savory larrib, a feast I FROZEN I WEe'

Mrs. Metoena Mclendon; his anytime. Cut through the '
mother Mn. Mary Luke; a USDA .
crackling brown outside -
daughter.. : Miss Dorothy EUenMcLcrvdoo : ,
,; two sons. John W to the sweet, tender Juicy Alt MAYORS .MORTON CREAM OR FRUIT
III and Howard Douglas Mc- CHOICE meat beneath.It's a goon .
LetOon: a> brother. WllUam met'treat. w Pies. 3/1/ I
Broward Luke all of Jacksonville GREEN
; and a crandtnother. Mrs. REG. 391 m-to.) .BA4 f .
Annie- McLendon of PaJatlra. STAMPS
Pallbearers were members of I
Nuggets /
the Jacksonville: Coach Co. I :3r
Mr. and Mr*. Avery Blade
and family tatted Sunday] 'amb REG. 191. SARAH ,/
afternoon. M. the Veterans I '

TrubY Hospital SMde.in Lake City with'j' Cake 69>< +


dren Thursday of JwokaomrUle'with Mr. Avory spent lb. 79* Limas 5/1/ 1 DEEP SOUTH STRAWBERRYPRESERVES
Sade andPatrick c\It'1't'n. Detergent
Piiser. son of K-o. *. 'OC. PAN4 iW'' BMAOCO ROUND I lLoin
and Mrs. Leon Fraser of Mr'j'I I IaonvRle. .
was an oven 99
Kant Thursday n5kht of MIchael I Chops -1" Shrimp 110. S11 I
and curt Slade.Mm. .
Awry Sladvvtslted hut U. S. CHOICE W-D 49
Turty in 6t.,Lulus1. Hospital lox RIO. 57*

:in'>I"Jacksonville. Joseph Garrison.with her) aunt. Rib 'h-:981'; Asparagus j 3/1/ 24-ox. JAR 49

Mrs Robert Byrd and Lynnof REG. 69 PKG. BIRDfcbVlSodaburst '
of AubumcUle were 59 .
overnrwht cueM! last Mortiaynttht : Chops 79x :
of Mr and Mn. D. D. .
Orlfffci Carolina.enroute!' back to South w. S. CHOICE W-D BRAND CENUINE SPRING LAMB __..____v,.... I... ,

Mr. and Mrs. HoUfe Jefftavi 9H ML ftKCTI. ..i. OK "'\II. ,'2"H' .CAN :RIO J/47 TALL BVAJORATtO MILK -
\ lt d Sunday aftenvrm In Breast. 1b.19p:
Doctor Inlet with Mr, J fters' REGULAR 39cColonio' Peaches 4/1/ Carnation 7/1/
Jrffers.Mm parents.. Mr. and Mrs. John C. U. S. CHOICE W-O BRAND GENUINE SPRING LAMB SHOULDER Brand Quick Frozen

BM1 R'l'r'n and Roast 49" MCI. JX. *30a CA/ ASTOIiRUST MGULAR 33* IS-oi. LYM'S CORNED

diuurrtter inn's!the wcelcrrrl math of Lake.with w. Mrs.Mr City".Dorothy Robin-.opeiit+ > lit. Cut-Up HENS Cocktail 5/t1/ Beef Hash 31RKS. /

watern. : ...'. -: ... ..- -_ RKS. 39, .15-0'. THRIFTY MAID APPLE REGULAR 3/4J LARGE SI2I SCOTT
Mr. and Mm RAIph I
Crosby and Mr. and Mr. Paul i STIWINO
Sauce 3/1/ Towels. 61RG /
Helm lefco spent Saturday at Crosby I ...ll'OIIJM .

Mr. and Mn. Vtnee Taylor If 100 Extra Stamp *,- t M'X RG J/J9 *JOJ CAN LIBBY cvr REGULAR 19f I9o,. DIXII DARLING

and.nr| chit Mrs.In: JackJ'ren Ray pent ovU-Peilum the with weekEnd and Mr-, ,., WIENERS WITH DiE -f Beets 1O/1/ Cake Mixes 4/I/

ci1A1drm.: I ___ __ __,, ___
June Otddrm! dawhter of Mr: REG. 49e' ... J ..IG.oc.. jrOKELT TOMATO I HEQ. lit IJ a.... DIXIE DARLING CAKI
and Mr. EUit Ot'xtma of II 12-oz. PKG. ,., 9, I 5 Ib Pka r I Sauce
Jsclunnvttle. pent last week 3/25x/ Frostings/
Bare with her brothw-in-law "HIlREID VJ.D.A. .INJf. _
MId sk<"'r. Mr, and Mrs James IRISHLORIOA.GRADE. 'N lilt 2//J51 *JOJ CAN THRIFTY MAID 1. I IAOSKA 'KEG 39* 14-et. .REESC PEANUT BUTTER
Coleman and dauIllera.J OR LARGE

Mr*the ant irht'e'l'tpnd Mm T' of'B Jtrtcsonnlleftprat F.here C Ieimnwwl with USDACHOICE I Med. EGGS Peas .w.r.: 8/1/ Candy Cups s49;

Mr P* a Coleman and aon.Onrmle. BEEF KEG 49< 280., ("'CKIN' 6OOO( BIG *O (

Mr of afternoon Carolyn Jadranvtiy. : !:with l'!"pent and;Mr,children Satirday and--I 2 DOL 89,: Drinks i 41KG. / Cremes; 39*

June.Mi-s Dais Hlitcinbothain end >S< <'*.. ITCMOLY-UBBY TOMATO PIG )ltf '14-M. DIXII DARLING RYE LOAF
Sunday nkht Supper ru* t O.
of Mrkanl: Mrs Buddy Brad-. Juice' 29x Bread. 19x
..m.w and son were Mr. urn .
Mn H. H. Brndarutw and Mr Roast. ;;
and Mrs. Randy Mlektor of .
Jadcmnvllle.Mrs .
Sylvia Tuden ant: OVEN-READY E-Z CARVS
Hnrrn, of a\*rleston.\ B C.
prent the werk n 1 ri f4> tier ASTOR FLORIDA
Cheryl and J-fVrw No th of
lvkmnvt1eoent&! the weekend u. S. CHOICE W-D BRAND FULL CUT BONELESS: ROUND
here with their) .r.rtji>'rents.
Mr snrl Mr John f'f' < -thOrar ,
-tma WeUru u enS.tur'wy spent Steak. 98, .
with Err cbochtl't' ,
and IIOI"IInMr) and Mrs. ,
0 Mrs-.r Hrrt When you boy.W-D Beef you buy only lop qwoftty t..f sends. ] 1 -
Avory Blade and crrtlrtmted -
darn Friday in Jack delicious, perfectly marbled to give you extra totfe .witfjout extra -CONCENTRATI ;t'rer r
-cn1J'e 111tt1 Mrs. Leon Praw waste. AM W-D Brand Beef ft, carefully trimmed to ,imov all f4 / ;
and rNJdrP1Mr.. and "1"L.. excels bone and foe before pockog.ng and pricing.
C- HWvinbothain)of LawteySunday rXRA

\It rtoIttNS and Mra. Buford afternoon Hl'<
bnthem.M.tw r j ;I EXTRA GRUM STAMPS .Tfli. GRUN STAMPS .r..i! f : :STA/fWS S= I MEATS I t'M

=:1 .... ....
otf2,2e. at u.. .4. P-N. .
____ jl' .MKU: _. _.ca1 .1 h/ ears ... ......,..... r
JH..graph. / I _Mt_ ..rift... ,....j: : rsu _T._..y...aIf.-j{ ..... :;i A ..e...Tu._.ua.. ..... I s 1. MOUNTAIN G.OWH E SWAT JUICY ,.
/ .. ... Ile Ile 1
//t i ::
THE RIGHT rotNT lr ttM / .l...:.........caeca...-..-.........11'..------.--w.----......--J : :......::.-..:.__._ ; CKACKIN' COOO)
w., yea cant'. C_ ta old EXTRA ( EX..R .1 EXTRA :' ::5/ a i NO. i WASHINGTON RUSSET
-t.n ye r In"" CYTCBSEPTIC F r-r+w... -. : = Tomatoes 1 Bakers 10 79*
r.-'" PS.t4 /1 1 -i:.a..., ::: :' :=rw.:::: / < Pkg.

ftKOOK.t.utala PearTELLGRIPII r 1 a .Fish raw Sticks.w. s1.. :1 I t'J.. -Gna.d,,--....1...r .:. _G.rd.esb_ .w..a.... 1I 1 Bologna /*. 59'Cheese = MIW-I URGE HEADS

.............care...........Ill....1/.t....................Ile.. :/Y.:' :,,:.,::------ww.-v.r........:=: ../: Lo.OiOftN // Lettuce 2/39/ ,<

EXTRA: :, !EXTRA 69' 2 LiS. 39 X = NTW LOW:.CE". : W. 1. NO"" I YELLOWOnions
TASKSD + .. GErN STAMi3 : .. CR..PI SfAAV1. 'I .,.
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St.... : c..4' PALMtnOARMS.. P1Mf/TO :
: _. I
nark Hoe Work / la,,. M.-.-.$55'a/ ," iJL -MM .-.. .
Pump Out Serrlre .U ; Cheese 59' rnd ; ....""I
F'iu Dirt and Tup Soil I v T w.- y': I! f ; .:mL..;;.. rlI _

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war;;'d....L .t..1IIou.




toy Mr. Howard Padgett I

Phone 289-4132 ?

NEWSConstruction j I f'1.' : '
on the new I -:-.
church ''building has been pro '
gressing. The men have built ; \-r.,,0;
,the top onto "the church and ; .f;'
have also built the steeple. )I Y'..e e .t. X' A"tY.
Several ladies of the church I i !()'y.;
cooked dinner Saturday for 'J l B
the working men. f)....';'., 7
We had 91 present for Sun- ; 'ubu V'>'>
:, _
day School. Mr and Mrs. Don :\
Woods and Mrs. Thelma Wil- ." rL Ij M.wA. M _
liamson of Green Cove Springs i7J.J:
visited in Church Sunday night :,
DEATH : ' Marvin Padgett of Middle- .

burg day in was a found wooded dead area last wherehe Fri t ,, '" "r -.PUKES...AUGUSTS..- **. :-rrr-rrrr..rrrrr.rl-r.- Blue Ribbon QualityWINE

was working !pulpwood. >, THRU THE WEEKEND |mI I:I Merchants. II
Mr. Padgett WAS born in Clay ; QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED I I Boneless
County and had lived here all .. CMCXN STAMP*
his life. He waa a member of U B LE ... : FREE EXTRAMERCHANTS :; ROLLED BEEF

the where Black funeral Pond Baptist services Church were GREEN STAMPS :
held under the direction of

The Key-McCabe clergyman Funeral officiating Home.was BLUE RIBBON QUALITY AND a f HpANY BEEF TENDER ROAST3 EYE IbsorovtrfTTTlROUND : POT T ROAST

C. W. Carter. Interment was : RUMP OR EYE ROUND 21-
In the Black Pond Cemetery. U.S.D.A. CHOICE GRADE BEEF t 'IMADtmiONtQ tHI StAVPl OU Itaivf unlMVOUr' :
Surviving are ,his widow, ; : ...._ :965) ..: =. 1
Mrs. Lucille Padgett; one '- LB. 89c
daughter Margaret Trew; one W.OB"RIBBON*O.I.DJU CWHCB i FOOD FAIR IS THE ONLY
eon MarciM Padgett all of THAT'S RIGHT. .IF YOU TURN
Middleburg; three sisters, Co- O. CHUCK STEAK, 1t.,58 i MAJOR fOOD CHAIN IN THIS
lea Chesaer, of Middleburg,
Tlnnle Padgett of Clay Hill, JPrt'?, BtUE RfflBOM*U-S-DJU CHOtCB : AREA THAT GIVES YOU -_ .......
and Totsle Mosley of Middle IN A WINNING. BONUS BINGO'llij1! : DISCOUNT PRICES OH AH; :
88.1 -
burg; two 'brothers Earl and AIDS/ :
1 :
I "
Irving Padgett of Middleburg .
deepest sympathy goes .& GIANTdBEAUTY MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS :
STEAK 88 :
out to the family. ,, !- SIZE mm M.0... w MKtUH 0>
Jf Z

Middleburg announce, the = SCHICK SHAVE BOMB t j
ROUND BONE STEA 881' :=: .....
birth of a son on Aug. 17 In ,. "' 9-L45--
$1,000 WINNERS GET $2.000.$500WINNERS.GET 1000.... .
Bradford County Hospital. ------------ --- -
$100 $200
and Mrs Edward Mosley of ) SHOULDER STEAIUsJNtt{ i 1 imiJ ---
I 1Ji. :
Mlddleburg. Great grandpar- MUST BE TURNED IN TO STORE MANAGER NO u s 1 0ef' .1M1M :
Mosley of Clay Hill. BUSINESS ........ .. s: J MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS :
The Clay Hill school will .N. 0 IZI 2-1 LB PEGS I'r.I..Io,_ '
open August 30 wtlh a new auJ: ;
i JEI x NG O: i
: :
Earl Hoffman of
Gainesville. PRIZE, s 61.. OUIK .aSTEAKS..a. FwaM : ..:=wna.e :u...;'::=--.2: :

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mos I LOW : 77
ley and family were weekend !

Smith guests of of Mr.Tampa.Mr. and. .Mrs. Homer, IN CASH PRIZES e! ; '. NECK. IEET...., NNN.-...!\.i5c : -------------m: :

and Mrs. C. B. Carterof =
Jacksonville have started I BEEF TRIPE__..._... .....19c : "- i tf9v to ********* construction on a new home YET TO BE WON! LB s I7.CA-N .... ..:
next to Mr. Carters parents, / ,.1Ji CAN.READY TO SERVr:. : / HOUSEWAK \ IZ3OAEROSOL' R 1 A.1 :

Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Carter. 1 U. STEAMER CLAM! _49C : :. _..._.......-._."BOMB.,_ }<.
Mr. and BONUS
Mrs. Lloyd WUkin. CUP THIS BONUS SUP... I = BUYS! .J -------"". -1-65! -----:..!
son of Panama City are spending 1 1 SLB CAN.ARMOUR !! ./
several days this we.ek. WIN EVEN FASTERI t J.ck..nvl11. Division I 2$1 ;; -------------- .
with relatives. :....._...._.......1 CANNED PICNIcJLaff i j .
Mrs.,Lily Carter and family : :
attended a Ash fry at the Mid { ------------- : STYRENE I --...- .
dleburg Holiness Church last t 1 p : r"n ExTRA
David Williamson, home on I GREEN .. a""-----
a .leave, visited his grandparents JUMBO PIES,_1L31 J 'ICE BUCKET s'g HAMBURGER LAD.VrAc.HMOTDOGOR :
Mr. and Mrs. Pad : ROLLS
gett.getts !were Also Mr.visiting, and Mrs.the Pad Don GARDEN, PEAS_51'i J PURPLE PLUMS_AI{$1 I j sot! c: ..::;.;:.;; ,:-.:.,:;:;.f_=--::::.j.:

Woods and their daughter, 4Mh o / 'ry ''I 2 5

,of Mrs.Green Virginia Cove Springs.Herndon and GOLDEN CORN6iM 1 INSTANT TELj149'/ ;; i !

children of Highland visited y t 16..CANS DEL MONTI 2 LB JAR.MOLSUMPEANUT BAIT BUCKET : ::
Mrs. HI Id red Carter and family 'MERCCHANTS GREEN STAMPS
Tuesday.Mrs. SPINACH I ._..__..7 1 31 BUTTERJ69'oi I: ._/ 0 ... :

and her mother Mrs.\ Alma t :i cii INSTANT TEA
Harris, of Jacksonville I :: \\19C c .,..
visited Mr. and Mrs. Hardy JUICE DRINKS .4iI POT PIES..I.a.N./.N..5I Fl 0------- ,"..-..-.. .-1.-----...
Padgett and Mrs.Howard Pad- POTATOES i
gett and son Tuesday.Bill \ y f : Sl.OO, ,
Herndon entered St. f. ': ,.,. u.
Vincent Hospital Monday, ; i VALUE
4 "
and was operated on Tuesday.We \ >, Z0 ., :
wish him a speedy recov \ .t ; BOOK'TO SCHOOL SPECIALS .... .. rDETERGENTS' '

ery.Mr.. and Mrs. L. E. Padgettand \ BAG LB g .; r SPECIAL LOW PRICE.' I YOUR CHOICE/ !
son of"\Shark\!! visited Mrs. YOUR CHOICE!
Padgett's grandparents, Mr. / I :: filLER PAPER
and Mrs. Hardy Padgett, Sat : TIDE
urday night. '
Mrs. Rachel Prescott of ..
Kingsley Lake and Zettle Pad- .
'/gett of Highland visited, Mrs. 110
Alice MORley Saturday.Mrs. .w.we ., C
Delma Tyler of Law- .. ..
itey visited/ her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Hiram Padgett, last NO FRESHER '
Saturday.Earl. .
Padgett of Middleburg 09 1

Saturday visited' Mrs.night.Attending .Hiram Padgett ,. ..ANYWHERE!! .:MAXWELL $11 a 1 cT. PKc
the funeral of PURE HOUSE
: "
Marvin Padgett from Clay I 4 FINE.
Hill were Howard Padgett, 'fAllVEGETABLE '. '" 1 GIANT lOrt
,Hardy Padgett, Henry Mosley, F '
and Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Pad. SNAP BEANS.Jt us 39* COOKING \t TEX
gett.Mr. f
and Mrs. Elbert Hyslerand \
family of Jacksonville ,TASTE 89 .
visited Mr. and Mrs. Everett: 5 r \ OT.PKO T
yEACH!.._ i i GIANT
Henry Manning Mosley and Mr.Sunday and after.Mrs MNN..NIIII !i 0 01 L y

noon.Mrs. "
ToUle Mosley of Mid. St
dleburg visited her sister, Mra J r
Hiram Padgett and family-Fri AHCY ctr IeIOUS :.
day afternoon. : ..
Cole and Wallis Chesser of APPLES..411ILa. 49<< .1
Middleburg spent the weekend
Padgett.We [ !
were sorry to learn that _
Mrs. Nature Carter's cousin, 69 f POUND CAKE
Earl Silcox of Doctor's Inlet, FIRM RIPE 4 t JOO FT.ROLLS.RE G 4 .CACK

{ ,ti died following last Saturday a sudden morning Illness. TOMATOES_ NMMN .2 a. 29 PLASTIC HANDI-WRAP2/79r-/

Our deepest sympathy 100 FOOT ROLL RCG 33*
i goes FANCY RED 1
out to the family. / FYNE-WRAP= WAX PAPER19t 12t 2ft

j Everett Manning Is not sop r SW. POTATOES.3, us 39 BOCOUNT.IANTRYMAID.REGIST' t
I welt as this writing and we)

./wish.him well again. FRESH GREENCABBAGE SANDWICH BAGS_.. ..N____ ]19C Fair

i f I -NINN ....-_.6 -a LUNCH 3000UHT.PAMTRYMAp.REG21 BAGS 19 ,SEETlBU HUT PA.( B 3se

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