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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 27, 1964
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
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System ID: UF00027795:03649
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Official County Publication Established In 1879


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During Wrecks Week I r.'w t" .. Be Aired September 2, 3, 4 I i Slated Here


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Dr Harry Orueiv president" -ra.I comment' Following
Two minor automobile accidents / fia of the Starke, Junior Chamber this, the candidates will ba '

weore r reported over I of Cutnmerce announnxi questioned on isswa of general
II. A Bishop. Jr. luvsiil.Mit of the Stnrko-llniiir County Chamber of
the weekend by the Florida I I + today that the!' club will Interest. by two members I' <
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Highway Patrol but only I poser a political" forum to R'''or UM Mtarke Junior chamber Two Robberies (Commerce' iiiiiu>nnc"
two persons were allghtly 1 be!' aired( over!' (local! radio station of Commerce. Ruch candidate unit Holiday Inn

Fhaken. WPXE. Thr three 30- will receive equal time 'Arc ReportedOver I In making 1t''II"14I1'.I11.'t.' Illnhop ""hi.UThl., IH the first maJor break-

Late Saturday afternoon i minute forums will b' held 'in which to answw each',: t hrnllllh In many ycarrt In our effort to (avid, torte( and llrmlford Countyl'rnCI..ItM
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at approximately 65.: a rq at 8 p. m. Srvtrmbpr 9. 3. question. The qurattona 111'111'b. \Weekend
A !. of l\'t' .li, ,'loitnt>
[ n morn rapid putty v |'
1955 Ford sedan driven by i' r.wrJ and 4. .- limited t to "trattrartrtrnWy limn I I will! own and overat the Inn.
19-year-old: Carlos Rowe of for aired! In the campaign I I Hie new facility, which "
w tit' All of the candidates bring factor( that, the wholehrartrxl -
ofa An artntxi niblwry earlyTucHiUy i tncliMl' a txiffre shoii' anil'
Starke ran Into the rear ; theUve> oauvdldatra ,
by
the Council have ben More and
City nitniort\ cooperation
Support .
mortUng and a i ,... .
Inn will bo "
1967 Chevrolet' coach: driven Warn
I The mn'WnaU/ iwrt bn rAelrrle
invited to apttr-ar aa follows' : ., of Uw tttark city aditilitUtratlon -
i breaking and entering which fife west aide of U H. JAI I
by Sam Bryant 67-year- C'andld.u-
On Wf'dncolld.pt.. 4. the;I In that no and th*> assistance
old Gainesville Negro causing i r will b allowed to aquention took |tlllre l lain. Monday night I Tempts Ave I Iwtwren ... .
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candidates from, No. pew and |II\IIIIaU" of the
a total of $225 nnupattydamage. &-- Carl Hurst. group Incumbent, I dlrrrtly to his. opponent were rrii. >rU>d thin week, by Asked For C of CA and l A"drm. lUre...... Chambar. of Commerce luretarrn .
Sheriffs |hl
the tlra.l'unl t bulk( flf f th. ,prinxTtyv :
Rowe was allghtly and Dr Calvin J. Houpt; On{I In the tntm-nt of ,"lor factor In our alto
shaken 'up in thAI mishap but School Daze Thursday Sept. 3-the candidates ''Ialm...... time IMnlts will bestrtrtly pnrtmrnt spproxlmaUily, .BOO f. oiioU-e clKclston.1*
Ma paxaenfrtr' Diane starling + : An arnutl Nr ro mAn drlvIng ,- pica fur atrcniger ui>i>i>rt fnintaa: on 3OI by atxatt '
"The. beet laid piano of mice roll own nometlnMHi go ...1 j from group No. 3: rnforred.TlMi of U). Mtaike-Iiwbfurd "It U sllmaUtl Nat thia
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17 of Graham, and the fitnitn win ba modrr- a lOHS riymutith with afusty fort iktrUt. waa 1" '
art end, Bradford High S' .haA'r slices |>rinrlMtU (11 l-r) Sorbrr Oxxxlman Incumbent, i County Clmmbor of C nimetre > fro,." the MatUiew lUxxlen Installation will approach) a
brnrath the
five persons in the Chevrolet!' and J. D. Doyle; On Friday.Rffft. I ,feet on Wednesday nl.ht "by sput tag construction tlWr. tn th' are
escaped' injury.According llariund. 'l'Sprow, HIISj Connlo t1.rk. m|>..r,Ulng. and Jim I| 4-the candldatea from! R. A. I inuuyl, Omen; onThuiMlay atuik. a pistol In Ui* face of war octet. l by ttsmanawpr talc AUo liwIiHtnt was of on* mllihwt ftnUartBlahop.

to Troopw I* Temple. ItllS Junior High. lake a .litot minute. l I.M'k yrvlrrtlay. j vroup No. 1-0..18 W1 r1na.1 I nlghi by On the ..(.film attendMnt. Arnold at, Lhe IVte KUik Novak, Ko In< apverh htime of Mr sml Mrs, said In, 'maJtliMf Uw. vlnouncep'1e111 -

N. Fowler of the I ftP. Rowe afternoon at IhHr prMarl Hi. rhmlul. I Incumbent and Adro Brown. ,haw. and on >Friday nlihl Coco of Htstke. at Tlionl Oil ary Cnwliy Hr'? UM only' I"01 "" "On of the most hnporlant -

failed\ to see Bryant when A* fur a.. thry could lilt hoaxer nil wn In rt. >al>er I....'..11'I"' Ttunatnea O rvny| fair mlb north ofntarke Club! Wednesday, wtMild Mo anlit anannaunormmil br' In the bLa-k not owneil by effort r > the

the latter signaled a turn. the Influx of the rliix.l'" .ISartudrnlr. till. morning. Krryrhool In keeping with the creed and I of the Jaycrva. who on U. H. 301 Tt/rrlry madN thia Jrrk that' w+add' trty stab. Ttital.In. ..ont......of of UM/ reaMon. of new. Jrbao the
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The and In
right front of the Ford? wtU ttta Uon4 I morning took $34 Y111f
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motto of the Junior Chamber 5K It 'V ,
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damaged total of ft SO In the roimty haw at leas on.. new Irarhrr. but the high I dollar tills. W'corAlim 1'tA 4Irln.-'t\orwM |i> ins pttlilla", in* N.MTfl'" Auto Sake. Wx- r-. ")
was a b
to"'w candlds4M will *
of Commerce, la to b Htrr ,- loa will' bow about
cboul In _. 4a rest "brand _...." At I i too \ Rob t tOrven vaisMr'of. !.he Ctianitie. and In Ills aoutltal" twnimr of
and the rear of the Chevrolet family r per aaklBK aoquaint the peopkt of I,' named at the start. lif each piity MhiTlft T HO persona tn UM motsl and.
the lmt of f .Its. arrv
$75 In the mishap which last count, "hrn the 'laitt IMW trnrhrr ram til work TwwlaytS atarke\ with the candidate I'I program. Ttte prorrama will !'loprrt,. will. nww to a dining, operatlona.
'Irs to" tha community, Al'
occurred on V 8. 301 south of th. .. nrhool' M fanritjr mmihrr. will .bo putting In Iht4r and the Isswa In the fcaQtcoming i I be Bur and unrrltearanl Acctirdlng to (ttw.n. the talk It Incalton force. Um Inahop ask) the ronomktKfecta
of Btarfce i the ronchiatiin' of hla aMro UM t..w>al! Hhinlen" I
at the Alligator Radio time has Iwo< donal. <-d wtw muntarn .
first year In l bleat envlronn.lth city ......-Uon. I Krgro, wore a shiMred fife new/ prum' tlonJ. of UM projuet r+ ar* aledy .-
Creek bridge.' I \\ rnrnllmrnt rignm urt at M outer 'than U..t year', Each candidate will be in.tmdiirrd I Nee" of ehaiwe byi! WPXE.I ctrov" tip to' the uuUld pump color film enlltlnt.. "Ilrad> arty'Irv NcMve wan )purtfhawd" by ( .. In *vt.>.Unr. her. "In ad-
Rowe was chanted with I The public Is urgrd to+ toll,,* at the Matlfni and pulled. the
-lltlori. to of
the WMitrmtrrty
drlvlntr too fast for road con-', Prinrlpal lark n.W. that pbum. have almuly. hrvn mail to and given alkvtrd'', In for Ihrna Impnrtant for- gun when (See walked up to fordMlwhla'a"" r>" r HMUMUICounty Mike.. I I' munllvant of ., several ptirchas I hv

dttlons.Onjy. are flee. auditorium. twit" rTTis .h._ time 'In wtilrOi to make grnIngs uma Ute car at. aptsmilmately l 4 I '10_. Mla ,,,,,..1 l.1eril. of already. bem emplnyed persona such
In a straw ballot" onpreadlxtitlsl tranrMrnl| /
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one vehicle a IVn I nlrlrrtaUlrn| '
a. m No trace haa beenfnWU1 rsnilklale. ."". .as atu>nte>*. urwyora.' and
Ford driven by 32-year-old Courthouse Compromise yet durted by A lltolun'
Stark Negro Oranver Hurts or th* Nmro man. Adult Classes/ far-reaching. from now
who .liixl chare. of UN pro
was tnrolvnd In the
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LaU Monday night..btwevn > .. .
through U. eomptetlon dewhich
'I CkiMvrater r.-
ond PUP mltthap Trooprr Invnthcated J. M. HoIU by Problem Cost 10 p ni..nA 6.M a "nrllrrvt"" .m..n:4mtr U> .19 fur Arc Offered I Is arhedulexl" for *aVairrnmer

and the Starke Police Dopartrnent. : Space vs. (Cnnllnued' I on .I'aga .1! IhreIbrll, JIuurnr / "Whru ,Mmtpletett I IMS, Dlahop many Mitt out

Aftulla of the of b>wn dollars mil fkrw Into
Harris was bring pursued" I : .... ...
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nimmunlty are ''n "
-' air courtly, seal UM city wilt
by city police alien his carwent I Bradford County Commiaalon 115.000. we'll juat sit wherew to the county and" cut ae a bond payment arheilul' *. I' : .I'':p.r ., ".. revUter. for b.&cII "' derive' benefit. anA rv. .nii'

oue of control at the and the Hra.lTordBohool I are," expena on the already "too- but wmilil! glue a very cl *e .' --' '_11'''. ArlWtrrwtla. through' I Its utility/ aerrtie and.
Intersection of 8R-14 and 0. lint eourthouMi They view of what payment rales 1' w.. rVclal' : Btudlea. "
Board met Tuesday In Morgan pointed out high" new ...... a* wlt| the county aUo.
8. 301 The Negro was a dliicaaalon sraaton aimed( atsavlnr the 3.0OO-plus sfuare fret allot told the Hrhool Hoard mem- would' Mon ..,! I,... aryl Handwriting), Th Snn'a dining. are. will
charged with Wring the courthouse routs and I ed for school admlnlatratlon bars they. world com up ITSWXXio. Ih. payment .1'1> wh wil' r4r_.her. ( ba ...... of vonvwnuon to
scene of an accident by the I giving the School Board morel) "V.... in the proposed with an offer in the near fu rate would be 1)1.131 tar &the r"1r m IWtt. rlrleiir. ... prtvat ptafnW banau4pae

FHP and with unlawful I. apart ; new County' Courthouse M> far ture. | first year and drop nbnut f' "Iw11a. aiul M............ .. ,It was _Irt. TWO erica

speed and public/ Intoxication I, The first klva of renovating would add op to over IftO.fXK$ i Casy asked the Commie-' 11.000 earn year, Th 17:1O.OU': ( h....._ KtlurallonInrltKlina .. .length duiaUa .bed.. ere plan-

'bv city police. '' the OHO bulldlnc on N. at the 120 per nquar foot i Non. If (tIM ", on., could be would' Ub. abuul 4 taa mill. .. : Twn.g. .. rent/ for each gua| IUI>n1. Invfcllimn
Harris was going east onBRlt Temple( Ava. for relics( a.l- figure CommUMlonrrs, are now spent on any type building I .t UM preaent .las ._ni.i>t a .: f; 1...IAn., (..t........""' .* ). Ctrl normal lloltda

with polio ta pursuit I ministration UM was "axad I working' with: I they. wanted to build., Commlalonr rat*. HiMlne. nualrteaa I I...w, 'Inn atarxlarda of a full, servloafaellny
when his autom bJ>>' went, In all praotirallty. although\ Srhonl Board menrnvrs gneraUy Roberts MW the | The first years; payment on f**", *. -.-I ,, error Ta. yretatratlon, will Ineluda awlnvmln -

out of control bit some I no "fk-l&1 action, was taken, agreed that they could Commlaslon dl<'n't plan to die- MM.win would be ..4..... 41. I seal.e -rr .. jtJ |>rrwrreq/e' and "",,,n''. .la'I .. pelt, 14-'huur wlurh-*

small (bu".nd"' ended<< WIn ''1 saying the Idea waa "out. ,. build a suitable building/ fur tat* to the Reboot 1 Hoard at .ivi woabt 1 reduce. abort |'.nHeach k 1 ; (rmw.Uflnct I ...... hoard' anmte*. lelavUlon. tn

the dttch. There was alno;'I\ Architect Frank' O orgt- .lets per ..|...... font than th* I .. year The mlllag repaired OH-WIST- WOK R.nr'h. 'ItiwuUn. and1vrwirM every" rnnow year-round ltnvat >
fiat "'upr1t 7 damage. to the I who allowed tnat h. didn't I2O ngurv propoaed 110 far fur Moth group generally agreed to pay off 'HVimiO' over a elkfUiU. lit |. *mlr>". wall to wall.. .....

right n.r of th Ford. Themuhap h,I i rvally lUta to make ..('h i the courthoiute.Onunty that U Ire. money waaprovhlod 3O-yr period .wo.M. b* about 1. 1I ela rifts(. In' Urf program p.ttarrN. de... Aerwb.Merl .

occurred at approximately statementssaid IMr would Comml Um..r Oeorg by th* Cummlaatam. 4 rri14... CliMM. Uina who ar* U I. a |I"U ./...*. In* itnlt. ....
Up. m. tlurlday not recommend renovating ..IM't Roberta pointed o.t that they for the flrhrnl Board It would" <>n |VW ono.
krhJ. t| USO Non the I ttf* of the rot*! build a ",...ild.nr..- typealrartar try to "make tt g 1 o>> a* far a. would b* *b..ut >" aepafatext. from"' UM to arc. .ajd f"nnatn th*

I build was OimttMt.. I, for about. IU per i w. ran." I I will. .La ana the tort payment rrvxil prtMrani.,, >>0<< smmtrr, Canada. rtwrtw IU'()
George .port..t at a meeting poses. foot Irurtead of buildIng Morgan .pointed. out that It1 would bf IH tn 9/. reducingshout t ,a ; "f'Y eti.<.lenU of any a**, Mid Itw. JioIro......*. All ar* bwterr

two ...*... ago (hatt a .bavy' rommerclal strue- Is. up to the county to proV ,ao, .. each yearCienrg r'. \\I ether adittts. N*.ro .t.,.. "'r>Ae>Hed r Hh S raeraUim .
would rout betwe.rriOOMi I taro that win b* refutred' InroarthoUM rte bfOr sp r* for arhranladmlnlatrvdon. laM In* t
Courtesy' Week to 10.000 to renovaU tIM cnnatrurtlon.KnrvrU .. rVKuol. llnanla that h* aeeded. anmMJijnc. def ..." \ IhrhMtrnM. In (rarelera. wfh. fr..* aaaMranc
.
bwiUtr>(. Moat of th* Srhunl. ae.med to think ,<: emt>... IU>dner. Hall. aleabrougftt '. .Wile la work tet rrelr. ew.* re Whit etiHlvnt"* imay .... tt .kl..t..g .......... when ar-
In Stark RlorellABA. Board members seemad to a- tba. two group' should work ot In. fart UM| .gur* of 'If. .. .>....!. to ._- -----.--- ,, lh. Adult r>.unttlun < nremwMa arc .rlt..l any

grew that renovation. of IMF o.t figure between tMOOOta there. are no rial -matrnlagfn ;. spend. John .>*i Oewrg ****, "......_.. 4 e..rlrlr/In lreeWeM'u. I......' gr/e In It,. rear of UM Ian ..f *Av* offUbiralmf!

:31 '. Sept.. < l building _', practical: after 14000 baaot on 119pu.n a .ia far adaiinutratinn bulkIngs *- i **gge*t |tart OMMMlrtu r! a H.. '.. .,..'..'.* rp+eal/... f Marie*y Meek r !k- *..r>l+ ItMlhtln/ In Mtarke. fnn In ..... of .14 awtnNlttltn.rera ,

Shop In t Sllrme o ",-.nd' Ihnughta. foot for u.. lOnoquar I vVw" other e '*thnu ea before- rte to ,.....* ...'lfV.._ I U ta. .. **tmt++,'. -'-'. ,Ir"rw.lraeew a m to. p an. dally' .
A nrur of efto.ooo for a foot proerted) need* ofth ....- retllapleau. any fsrlber .- .In ell uM,.*.t* Mine tMI.' OeV' (XI/ Care
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sees buiVUng"' crea. <. la and oat acnonte. In J*-.1,. and lper JO ArrAllrH Oorg errM < .1 lUwl 9. ...... Tfce fMftaJ Irlrr.NNMd. wer1 .S(*......1 .b bIICf l I'. Aur\it\ I uonallun. Arc tbavey *onp ......

at the corrrerwkUnn. lnmtinofficlata. "'1....* foot for lM' Jor > (benallrMrr talked. briefly t : Cleo He.drd} << r 'e"d leyN Mera>.aU .IwwUlt-v. wuresets late .eefe of fl v ewi/..r I 1/ 1 1ee I *4 with liondwy inna to bothrwovbtv

but axKMng waa artuafty feet they. _f right rune TheClhalrmaa about. plaas for tfc* a-w rourt- I North AfterHittintr .........,. will utlRrr<< IM ,. << a dervted atnr tVe County Isorrro ....1''. mrnttuned brf7ewerlee4rr kerr after la.* eeaeVi aMA p'iolIoo ..rlnel. reabt4rr. "' |I I 1.,,_ a*".t to etfer Ouif etwdlt

Better Business CocitmiMtoa win ....v. to CarlPrevatt fAe. lkllool MwPI.Oerlr I' Miami demand at It card .h /Uera Uv opportunity
I I Money Profit Success To Be .UMm _ir .b* 'on...."'...
flg-ar oat "sew muri (they drew sfwtnag apomvaJ [. ...* --Mtoa er. to te* tnhr ear-ia In ehartngranaM
Af *> ea n.r...r. ....i4 *entrMd d
arr
any IMA11Amnban
ran afford to otter lM RraoetIXrant teen the Rrtionl Board. anrtneakl a report ** *.<**r* tudaq.a.M.d al lf dkIM' InMS.
Clinic ItrrM. ....1 Cmrrrr. I"'..tm' of .rnM/y. (,4arrrre .,. a.
andhoW U*. a,reel- -- after .fcpp. .<,ag err itepraM' and DUurr
trig wtO be arranged.Btrfconl RaAartr- UMwouht terlper.'lkrl ..Jre. e.tMre feet tress tkeongMaJ Clvfl lea r'.n Kotivrt eawlMwrrwaae Sales Clinic Topic Sept. 1 3 trt lea1 l .*--. Club. CrrdtL'.rd1 ar. al.o>>
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lae..N rraitwia rrs.rUrItch' "' ftvhoul. .
Sept. 1 Tr 3 Board _ber cad haw ta .be give and ....- TIM. ... lose Lot urar.r1t'ttMpa
W'Iartd+r K.tLteet ykrrae tw6s *it..| ta af .....
npwkeleadrat-..- Tow Car take, star nth grou ja ataAd br tearing sot ,....uJUre forte [ rp own<'n
'"'..trwiy .,........ ,.4 k. >...,.,... Mr Mrtr .Mend t diartntf the w* .
ey generafty agree-* tat Ukey to gala.W n eww a *WT .Ire ii.b.,wl .KT.O*. agrMwMarsJ4TVAC /r Arty ya*. earni** *r MglMe4 a e< rie ....'k* tluUday Inn and prauf '
l1orU Tl*atr* wutd a _In.He4 arkonlpmai .-War M woat cart a* aMr* Agar 4PWHMMC, tlJnJWageat. '' Atawl.. tt.e "l ... "fo'.r1' tMr..re tr tense iulNeareAelatut Arts ..* steal tfue. westerprwtarl Mev.<*aM er t.t, trawry. I ,..,., In* oi rattn. eorrnirala .
110- Iletarl er.Ir. a- .H ef Ab. lets tr.rhMtsar / *n4 Jvrrn 1 Itfl .
aAalta/dntbw battdlr+g wts aa epare M flee sew rvurVbmaw + AJIOI efe.r.. wetfarerrrtf ,. r I" q trw lwMMe Ikrw Mr ff.urdJvM. H* to
FR(11.1OS1'1! tly treated.. II'' Elra.YsrdIlkp. aJM ywll ge Urge aWeaMt. aa>4 veteraaeTk t1".1" l...a........ arctekn Ha frets tw*m* life / .A4 .want tM 'rr.wt'r"of *.l.*.r.tl0n tees lotrwl br Carl r. Jons of

are flies y.a ....... bav a* rMre. t3errAIf &tVf. .'"Wnp*. Mat y. Mef r coerce .**.**. .r.e* I Aarkan. UlM.. who sarvas aaotivraUMui
-U-- .* tr*.gt Ik* +lgrwl t"r.....'_ M. peelarl ar a.t,,'a i I**a.'"fIII a* a lrrlae+. a smvVtTn Terlaurr. aIn /. 'IIIn.. snaJ>a.*r for four
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11.rg lets to irrete ra the lrlr Ltal dews t Xlftf p ..,...., erwr .K ..aarrdaer. M -.an>a*, "* MMk a* 1>.R+Yory pnerelad toetkerb "_rut t,.mHed eel. tlMtba opuo cart M 1vw. W 11r Nnrlr.A |.....r4 J Wkvrwuv,. N.r. M /u.- CMna. errrrw....1 }weMrN eovwr irw Met of A/ltrdlwal .M .-.M"'". Two
TMa SPM CoctrfboiW: r..Y wets rreleedeeelkra. col can. 'M rAad Oerrd efea..w. fee. *. or. rtes1e1Ar11 Jaw Uw. rtadr. II 8II1.-w... .... sraaefg ba Marb toa ralwrkaA irw Merb./traJMad pew .m>..4 M char>,fed. .,.. of there rte. In
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two weeks In Tampa with her and family returned Tuesday to this trend were con- flags. No KhaJtte or Wool

a sisters" and brother-in-law, from'' a week's vacation In New |Has Lake Outing i, vinced of continued growthof Set 3-6 Cotton. Bring to All
Sept. Telegraph
Mr. and Mrs. Otho Hnmmon Orleans tourist travel on the U.

Mrs.\ Leonora Waddell, and Miss, Linda Grlggs entertained The Bill grade Sunday S. 301 highway This high ':
i! Mis.: Kwtelln Kinnurd. I: several friends at R { school class of the First way along' with State Road [Continued from Page One

Mr. And l Mrs. Titus Olson slumber party and cookout ltx" r Methodiat Church was entertained 100. will be used for both Janet Hardy
GLADVS MOOTY
office
II had dinner last Sunday with Tuesday at the home or Mr. ? with a hamburgerfry primary travel and increasingly her of Commerce
Phone DG1-OG51 :Mrs. Mae Hawkins 01 vV'aiuo. and Mrs W. C. Townsend on last Saturday at the as a crossover artery Mr. Wlnehauph Is described WILL TEACH
--- Mrs J-ff caulk ond daughter Klngsley Lake. Mr. and Mr... home of Mrs. Pauline Torodeon between interstate highways as a "one man show" who
Baton
\ of PenrBon On., spentseveral Townsend and Mr and Mr. Kingsley Lake. 75 and 95. Starlte Is blessed combines humor with sound Lessons
T T. Quigley wan host Mr. Mr. W. Hnlle. his point
and G. to get
atl weuk with 24 enjoyed common sense
days this W. S. Grlggs assisted In caring The guests with an idjal geographical location -
family' dinner party' lust Jr. and daughter and Miss across! in the various cities Every Wcdnesda
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Mr. and Mrs. Dave for the guests. !swimming and boating to take advantage of
,'urdny evening at 301 Restuinnt I Jean Tuucalus of Miami will I In which he has appeared; he Afternoon
Mr. Reddish and chlldrrn the hours.
Drew i Mrs Role Glrton of St. ing party: this travel trend.. <
honoring hl. wife onbirthday I spend the weekend with his has packed large auditoriums.
.. spent lust Friday In Wildwood i Petersburg Is spending this I Those assisting In serving Plans for the new Inn are
.anniversary. mother, Mrs.. W. G. Halle. \ with Mrs. S. I 1) Andrew week with her eon Cleveland) the young guests were Mr. currently being drawn by with crowds that spilled Into "HESCIIOO"EI.EIENTAUr I
,i'ie attendIng were Mr. and :They are enrouto to Tallahassee I Mrs.H. the allies' and lined up along :
and family Neal at Theresa. While here and Mrs. E. P. Renner.! William B. Bond and Associates -
.\t> I i. L. A. Wynn. of Hampton to enroll and Jjan has lectured In
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Sandy the walk. JR. HIGH
Buford
Mrs Thelma Mendoza and' she will observe her birthday I H, Adams, Mrs. of Memphis Tenn.
.i their house guest Mrs. in Florida Slate has taught
; University. Miss Gloria Johns of on Aug. 29. Mitchell, Mrs. Gilbert Brown < 700 cities and
F, tha Rowell of Marlon S. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Merlon Jackllnn'I' If Interested Meet
I ? ville spent last Mrs. Harry Tluon of Gainesville Mrs. Drew Reddish, and Mrs. TIIK: RIGHT I'OI.VT for the thousands of students in the Sept.!
Mr. and Mrs. -W, A. Scott. i left Wednesday to visit hur I Mrs. Cairrlo Ritch and MIxs: spent. the past two weeks. I Pauline Torode.Holiday way you write. Come In and principles of courtesy salesmanship 2 Auditorium Steps
Gainesville Mr. 'und -Mrs.Li. -
i ; Mister, Mrs. Addle Wheeler In I
i' Annie Darby. with her mother Mrs. MauriceWlngate I w-ect! your fittorite. ESTER: : and human rela- 3:30:
1: John of- Apollo Beach!. Taft, Fla.
Mrs. J. C. Simmons. and while her husbandwas I BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE'I: Or Call 969-2292!)
and Mr Leonard Noegcl; Mrs.. Charles.. Lawson and i tions.
Mr Lola Moore visited their nt Ft. MuClelan Ala with Inn (ill.I'll.
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Susan
iflfls Wallace: of children of TaIlahunHne pent
sister, Mrs. Mary Mitchell. USA It. |
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lust and at a
Friday Saturday
"Charley 1 E.: ;Johns and Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Law- Atlantic Heath Jim and Steven John of Newnlv..r j Slated Here I

,mdson Phillip, returned 51>0. Mr. and, :Mrs. Hurry Tripp ore spending a week I}
with Mr. and Mrs.! Charlie Cow-
) t Friday from a two-month Miss Mary Anne Italy and of New Port Hlchcy wore
it N. C. en und family, while their pnr- f Continue) from Page Onel I
In Qlenvllle, Phillip Misuen Diane and Gayle Edwards luncheon guests lost blonds) Elect
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in ents Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Johns) ,
joined his grandmother spent Tues'biy and Vernon Hmucker.
of MrH.
Ir. are attending the funeral, of y found time to pursue a varietyof
i C. several ''week. ago. Wednesday In Imytona Beach. Mrs John Griffin of Oihlochnee -
business ventures includIng -
lire W. T. Monrrlef p(. Bimlno and Beth Fllnk ol On Is spending the u relative In Virginia.Mr .
investments in Mississippi
Inwood has. arrived! for anlrtrra Jacksonville ,are spending! the I week with her mother Mrs ]0'I I \Lake. and Duller Mrs. spent Marvin last Holmesof Sunday u; wl I oil. banking and maufactur- Dr.) Calvin J J. lloiipt
e > Visit with and
< Judge week with their great grandmother K. Stump und sister, Lillian .1 Pig Always active In Holiday
with Mrs W. 1 L.: Andrews
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Mi Theron Yawn :and! 1ani Mrs. CJnrl Miithows. Mrs. Clydn Sinclair and ulna. Jane Adnms. returned Inn affairs! Mr. Sturdlvant's nav
I daughter, Evelyn: attended' I contributions. Zed
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hoppe Monday after spending a week were recOlO
of Tampa are visiting this, the wedding of Miss CnroiHlnclulr I with :Mr. and :Mrs J. M.Vlck-, I i In 1961 when he was elected Your
'week with Mrs. J. W. Klncaid In Montezuma Oa era and! family in Brunswick 1 I to the presidency of the International -
Win A- PileIN und, Mrs. O. li. Beusloy.Barry lust Sunday. Miss Sim"'lair ami 3a. I Association of
I Firth son o( Mr. find/ Evelyn arc cousins.. Holiday inns. This Is an or-
Mrs. Robert R. Klrth. loft Mon- Mr and Mrs. Foster Shi) Mrs J. F. lilnndworth iindtlaughters t Dancing SchoolRegistration eanlzfttion of Holiday Inn CITY COUNCILMAN

dry to attend, Jdtksimvllle Smith and sons returned lust spent the lust two Set franchised holders organizedto 4'
University Thnrsdiiy from u ten-Joy lrll| weeks vlulling her parents, help establish system-wide

I(6ch I( Cash Pot i Miss J Donnn Faxon of Uuliinsvllla to Adrt, Oil In. whore they visited In Mr[ and Mrs. C. W Drundcn, I Registration for Olah'r standards. programs, And advertising CROUP 5
:Mr.:\ Smith's uncle Dr Quincy will hi efforts.An .
Arts
Is of IMnro
hur aunt Hchool
visiting
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Mrs Maude Andrews and!
\ H. Shi und Mrs Shi
29 and ex-Harvard business
Mrs held Aug. ,
Vlrgla Flynn Saturday.
Mister Mrs! Jessie ChJl.tnln.llrul ,
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Local ndmlttoncos to llrad
Mr, nnd. "Mrs. J. A. Martinez ( Monday Aug. 31, from 10 a school roommate of Sturdivant.
: .nt. Mandarin, lire visiting/ his foul County hospital till: :Mrs.! Kqullla: Roberts attend"d 'I rn. to 12 noon and from 2 ti6pm. Mr. Jones began a Holiday Inn For the first time I am coming before you as a candidatefor

parents, Mr and Mrs. Juu nnhor welt Include Joseph: David Frank/ Kianklli Hs/rn :Mt. the Zion cemetery near I-uke workingat Doter /- I The .school la located ir career over eight years ago public office. I will appreciate your careful consider.
Marline/: Ithe I Bcnsent! building at 144 when his friend brought him
: Mrs.' M. II. Adams und son Mrs Irene Mildred UrnoKs last week. West Call St.Unl'r from California to take over ation of my candidacy for City Councilman Group Five.I .
Linda Sue TomllnHon, fan Mr. and. Mrs David DrownIng operation of this then
Mill visited. her parents| Mr tho management. olMIHS new of this office and
Cluytun NuKdit, Jr., Andrew / and baby Mr. and Mrs. Holiday Inn at Meridian. I realize the great responsibilities
and Mrs. J. II. M one ley, In Olah of
Call Pompon(;
Memphis\ Tenn. last Wednesday AI (HurMcn! Mrs. Mary V Leon Normnn und children Beach, who IH now attendingthe Since 1056 they have built pledge to you that when ele cted, I :will do everything in
Woolen Mnlton C. Wells Mr. and Mr, and Mrs. Luther Hllllnrd five Holiday Inns I a Columbia -
: + Mrs.to Frldny Marie Simmer amiimiRhter Mildred, Knpp, Mr.. Jesuit, and children\ returned I University! of Florida: thi, S. C. operation; was soldto my power to give you far? impartial, economical, and

Thonm. Mrs Lillian IrlfflM. ''lixt Wednesday from A trip school will offer Instruction Ir the franchising; company,
( and Mrs. J. J. Liotl efficient service councilman.
and. children, of Douglas. Ua Mrs. Dorothy Ilnfrwall/ and to the Smoky Mountain/ and I tap, bullet, Toe acrobatic Holiday Inns of America Inc.. as your
. Mrs' Ann Clumuns, modern Jazz, and barroom
Mary olHtniko 'Jiitllnburg/ Term. calypso In 10611 operating both the
ThuiHiluy were ,overnlxlit of Mr, guests and Mrs.last It ; James E. Adklns ol Mr. and Mrs. It. \V. Reese I dancing./ restaurants and room dffxirtmenti. I am deeply concerned with the presently high utility

. U. irldur, Hampton; Noah Taylor n.Uiwtey and children spent lust week Miss (ilnh, who la the Jones maintains a full rates, and feel that an impartial outside firm should be
; and Mrs. KlUubcIt: end. In Alabama.' youngest licensed l dance In. time central office in Jack -
Mrs. I II. II. HmniUon spent I'rcvntt of Jiifksonvllla Mr and. Mrs. K. .1. Howling" tlrurtress In Florldn ha son, where he resides with his contracted come into our city to make a complete survey

last with Wednesday her hrothnr-ln-law' to Sunday and John Williams, son of Mr.mil 'Had as Sunday gu; .< Mri. Mick I.. Williams Sturdivant
lon-ln-law. retory in New York City, the expressed
. 'ulster, Mr. end, Mr. J, K.. will leave Friday, for St. John who, were n )>> Low on their and chllilrcn WilY: Jiine, Taylor Si hool of Danes faith In the future of the ing the utility rates and relieving the burden on our cit.

Smith of Jacksonville During River Junior College In Pulatkn. Wne to Lakeland. and tho American" Academy! of Stark- area. "The innkeeplng
her visit, a small fa mil) "ft'r" 'I Industry is placing emphasis izens. This, too, will help promote new industry. It is
visit with Mr. Lee's. In Dramatic Arts. She was a featured
Inifilon WHS held" '. at the SmIO t parents
home on Ortega Farms Clrcl Mrs Joe Wilson returned Greenwich, Conn. They also performer at last full's my opinion thai! there has been too much said and

Kelntlves. attending' Will' Clnreine > lust Thursday! frcmi a month's visited the World's Fair.Mr. Gator Grow] In Gainesville. 1 professional dancer with the NOTHING DONE!

' ..Ar Coleman and Mrs. Katherlna trip to NVuyncBVlllo. N. C. Mm : and "'n. Harold" Godwin Dancing seems to "'run In t Keith. Vaudeville: RKO CirI -

Coleman and childrenClmrlrs Olive MurediH'k and childrenof and children, Mr. und the family," as Gull's mother '1Ur. I coil. Thank deeply for and
eo Miami Mrs Mar A Q. Smith .. '' you your encouragement your
. and Handy. accompanied and daughters Pdythe: Olah, opened| the The new school Is offering
. Wilson I t; and nil hard. and John first dance ,ntudln Init'cmipnnpPoach {I ifourC'e lesiKins for ajl) stir support.
m Ml' and bha. W, H. 8t Jn- Mrs. W.V.. Hood and. son, Williams spent lust week ut about 12 years ago Shd I rt-nts who register this Satur
- meynr, or Jiiuksonvllla spent Milky returned last Himday Carolina Bran; N. C; While| also traveled many year. as day. i I'd. Pol Adv

- host Thursday! with her purr from a two weeks trip to In N. C.. M..... Godwin. and.' .
- "Vnts; i, Mr and Mrs. W. F KnlelKh, N C, and Vlmlnlii. I biothprs, Klchnid and John .1.4._ -L'T.-. ;--_.- -L. --7;= --5-. -:' .-_ =- -=.-.:OC'-.. __.-=-- :.:;. -_' _::---- -,--, -- "'-.---..-::..;:. ----- -- ;--_-:-...:..--.-=-- ---:::-;=-:--:.-::... _-_--a--==-_=--..==---=-= -=:- = _:

_ J .Uert"IC.i Miss Cindy "tttrlrklund' I I visited. relatives In Currle, N. I I
-- .. Mr. and Mrs I Kenneth Grid daughter of Mr and. :Mrs. K./ C.

: i'iiils, +n'18.1lo.4vSrMhslug I pja"d dauuhteii. and 1otr.I W. Hli...li..kland. Is spending; Mu. K.; I.. Crawford. spent
- \o,' 'No ; I kiivI'Mrll' It. II.. Uildor' spent' several! days with hur irnin.t-4 |at weekend with her brother at. at. at. @ at. at.

:- I('.k-k.....\.4' No In rite OMfgulLm.Kiwlu.: MtMitim M'..*.fk""Jiml or to I ]left of Sunday visiting Mr and la:Merle Mrs.FernundlnaHouch Qrlderson (It. II mother in Jncksoiivill, M..... Marlon Moyer,, ((' C.and C.sister-in-law Norman and, Mr.family.and Mrs. C 2 0// \ @ at. <$>

: "hrvpyli)1lnl'a' a lay Med t dirt tinder Mr.. W. U. BtrhlKfrlloWn Mrs George n KdwaitM: of,
.. | the weekend with herdaughter J.lmeNlown. NYU vlnltln
- Your f'UKUCu.h; ..ot Mr. Ant. Mrs.: M. 1. I-awior / :III'.. ll..mr Urown, VeliUlvea In Staike. und JackI .
: Ticket:' :, and daughter, and Mr and lit llrren Cove Sprtngn. I iiunvllle.i .

: .trail f VreVsWinning Mr,. II. A. l. w."n spent Ins' :M' mheri of the Junior II i Mr 'and.. Mrs. Lester Clews
- f ) Sunday, with telatlvem' In Winter Sunday School class' of the i and daughter and MI. Linda/

: rfumbvr 'tJnd i 'Intcd Lake lI.vion.Wulca.Mr. Abuindaln/ ant First Huptlst. Church enjoyed i j Rosier spent lust. tlalurddy ut I WHOLESALE TO ALL :

- n Weiner roast and swimming 1, Cypress, Hardens.. j
land '
: Cash' Pot NOW Mrs. T U Hamilton party at the home of Mrs | Mr. I' R. Stone and Miss
of Miami! visited Mr and
- J, A, Griffin on "Klitr|& >1"l y MAyme Anderson of Archer
Mr I. II. H. II,t 111 II ton last Uike, hint I lust
Tuestluy spent weekend with Mrs
r- $$50.00 Tuesday" Miss Itonion impklnn of,;I E. M. Oavls. I Ij I

- I of Mr MeiTttt'and Island Mrs. visited Paul+ Hhup Mrs. Cookie(.'10 I'k IIYIII.:Mathews. Tenn. last visited wrck.! Mime)j.I Mr.. and Mrs. Illihard' 8.....'I'' at GATEWAY CHEVROLET Inc. I
ami children
R. .V. I>emore.l last weekend spent hut weekend : ,
- tialMy( 1)ru..1 tjuulltyPrt Mr. and, Mrs. C. M, lla.l.lock. with her brotherlnUwI t
: >fcrrlpUoh Moon.Iff atr Judge and Mrs. Thvrtiit have returned I
from a two I slater, :)III'( and :Mrs. Jimmy t
HOOTS. rn"II": Yawn meld family rMiiVd' ln t weeks Nip| to MI..o'lrl.. UK.,. Carter of I I

:- llftV Your' Neal: IU KlllmlKOCH'S vacation fhUiUrday In front Hrymm' a two City, week N. C. and
_ AT .. an open house of f
Mr. and "11' U. C. Pwkly

: of Miami were visiting.. Mn spent. Mr. taut and weekend Mrs J. 1.In M Gentry con, Orange the llnur-UIuxa Park last Cleaner. 'Jn. FOR THE 1965 CHEVY TRADE INS.

: nun: Urt.IS. un' ,t. A, Newsunt last. Fcldny' and U... with their n-ln-Uw and j lernoon.Mr Sunday afj I I
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- ,Katurdny daughter. Mr and Mrs. IM t'' and Mil Merrill I Kd1i : i
w CBenll. Jr D U IV\ it by ac-i wants and family 'I
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WAGONS SEDANS COMPACTS TRUCKS ALL MAKES & MODELS
- .J! con'l"'nl",1' the U nlry.. He the Howard family reunion at

: FREE ', HEARING TESTS alsn visited l the I 11..11. and Ms. Santa r. 1...... lat Raturday I. ,
brother, and .
- and Mr. R. alt.rInI"Mr.J. Mr, and Mrs Fred r.rau.l.ui COME SEE AND COMPARE THESE TERRIFIC USED CAR BUYS!
lUll by. and
: J"rld4)UItU .t 2Hth-0:30: 12:30:: family moved to their n,whonie .
Or, and Mr. Wa)ne \\'hiffen -
on new .
Ulanding stead ,
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and family vlnltnl 8u last 4
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- front' J )t. 1 IVIry: of Aa )C..... n C. HolUendorf' Jr 1958 FORD 4DR. SEDAN SPECIAL 1962 FORD 2-DOOR }I'

: I Hearing Service- Jax Fla. burmUle spent, lust seek with I and anna spent. tart
: Mr ..I.t Mr.. ..: O I..*,. with Mrs' tlaltsptultirr weekend broth- Radio, lI"at"r.ulo.. Trans? 1958 CADILLAC 4DR. Radio llraler. Auto. Traiv VRKnrine i.
AtKOCH'S t Mr, and Mrs. Leonard Gill er-ln-Uw and > and.w=- Tiren., Clean
: ,DRUG STOREylalke and son *|
: :Mr and Mrs' Wutxliow Thornat '" CU. H C Holtlendorfiin Full l'oe' tor. ,
Fla. needs<< a little' Murk.
. and son >. .sl Ms family on Hun.Uv I,I Sec Jim Lawson lorA Sec Jim Lawson on :
- and they" (left for II trtr---i;
.-. C"*hler./ N C for for I
a vUlt with Going $350-00
Air Real Buy $595.00 This One
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: STURDY. LONG WEARINGChildren's POI"''''', $1295.00 i
Mr and/ ) )Irs. I* It. Daniel !
- / :Mr and Mr' *. William Sink

."n l children' of J,*,"'unvtU.

E ShOtSl and :Mr. ansi" Mr*. l<,.,*-. 1960 SIMCA 4DR. SEDAN SPECIAL 1962 RAMBLER 550 4-DR. '
Mmth.'e amt, family' of Oaln- 'I
r ; .vg: darted Mr sat" Mr.* 1963 RAMBLER 550 4DR.
Cart )1.lIh.. ... Ul This one will gel 10 engsa. f'.clorIr
uivUy you nmpa Cond. 'Radio and ;
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Cthrs for Cayte ."" ..rda. (.Lie.. .". Healer.'
ler ot Mr,. and Mr* Maurdc. .sew" 'Paint Jolt. E\\'r

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I l j'\j'399 for the t.'u1reruty" of Bsl.ndmy rv>r>U See Harold Yarbrough Sec Harold YarbroughForThisOneS129S.00

Mrs Jettto ll.M>n of Cl+"lt.. Your Price $$500-
vine. .*f>.<.tt. UH weekend with I Only $1395.00 I ; t tor

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rw .... weal> oitlt Mr mist. MnH" That Everything Must G-O, G-O, C.OVe! Also Have Several Good Used Truck Priced Low

: .. SIN"H w $\vies .Robert'ae the Jutina teenier flew"iwlBUlvr n.|i '$.n ce: 'tI; i\1\st For You !
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- FH end Coenfort ( Clod .her. "he ..rv,. Ih.rist .

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Dianne ColsonIs 1 lenrce.' L.OII Drnnis H.lu>rln.al; I Supper and 58 minutes These proud

: ComplimentedAt Lw Is I honor) Guest I lice I lovey-Ward girls lard were Sara Mltwes Shealei Janelle; Pol-and

Bridal ShowerMiss At Bridal Paity \\'cddintt,: Party Sharon Nucg t.!

r r, e d Mr and MIs. Stanley' Noe-
Dianne' Colsou. bride- \11>* Hcnirc' Lou IVinltvidi \ > \|".. Carol Wnid and Allan gel! assisted In eating for
GLADYS MOOTY i-lect of October 10. was honored I elr! .d t the
> wa" tuaplia- I u I H'iwci r: honored at't'- the let'naRtl'S.ColemanFeller! .
Phone 961-OC51 at a lovely miscellaneous u i ,,.r, lot' it lovely bridal futon \'c'ntal, dinner Friday night

shower on August 19 at i 'U1 1 Ttu day night from 8 t-. t r the Pecan Room of thentlcn

:he home of Mrs. J. A Oilflin i. U) p 'm nt tin home ot, ( ;,\ Restaurant folhmlriiili

on KlnaMey: Lake' \t> .1 i F': III: :'dv on E milStim I !," wMdinii' iehrarnl! HoAt- Wedding(: Planned
.
Decorations were' carriedout \ : Mm M H Judd e.e: were I>r and! MM! :Mail-
through the' party rooms Mlvi Janet hardy audIr.! > : I.. ." L Jewtllrin
II : +. with lovely summer roses I .V: U.m1> were the host tr'8h"PI',1 nmiiiK\ table Mi and! Mrs\ N C Coleman -
fantasy zinnias and marl- announce the engagement -
a' OMiitil with
3 wa < ( a white linen -
gold titThe ..fl..I1Int.nt' table trwn cloth and n-nti-rrd with of their daughter

._ Guests were greeted at the uw ctlnlnll mien covered -U\ .M 1" Unve-binnrhrd ca'xl'e-' AinHIn. to Richard Frltcr,
door by Mrs. L. O Powell with an imported: cut-woifcotli brat< son of Mr and Mrs Raymond -
i ir and presented to the receiving "> and centered with ,
a \"I'Ru-tpnwnl"" of white mix. Fetter of 011'11 rd. Pa

line consisting of Mrs J txiiiiHful 1 arrangement of 4. co.1 l summer flowers and Ivy Mist, (..aleman. in a grndnnto
& A Oiiffln Miss Dianne Col- iludfd stork and ,
pink romxs were used. on the! Ubl< i iniirlnai of Bradford High School and
: son and her mother Mrs R, ,u-athei lent fern This walt the dinner MlMtWnril
> A Colson b now employed by Piuden.tktl .
balanced by silver candcU-
and Mr. Hovev pifwnteel -
f 4+wn1 The hostesses presentedthe \ Insurance Co of Jack-
? DIHHolding pink tAI"'I.jtArnnlrn"tntll their attendants( with trtrt.,
honor guests with corsages of .unUl\t"l' EdwardsBlackEngagement Thor HJ: giimtn" InchuUxl ntvm- wln-Ille.,

flower\ writ placed at VII nt- btr of the wedding party and Mr. Pelter graduated, from
Mrs. Paul Raymond Invitd ir Sao points in the living room (: Told) Use lnu odlato f.u1I1IIes.Sharon Rice Avenue Union High

guests into the dining ; family 100111 and patio area fViioul. and Is now stationed
9 room.The tea table was overlaid -------4 ol >he home Mr and Mrs. Merrill *.,%- NotRelCntortaina with the Navy at the Jack-

r with an Imported' cutwork queala werv grevtiHl at lie ward nnoiince Uie engagement "onyllle. Naval. Station

linen cloth and centered Jessie June Parrish, Marshall Starling door by Mrs hardy. and prewntctl of tlvhd.iuKhtrr. [ With, :, An October wedding U
with an arrangement' of to the honoree 1111,1 her Mary& Lou to .noted. II titlark I planned
:r.. two-tone pink and white Wed In Pine Level Baptist Church niollu-r Mis J II Dennltt MOII of Mr and t Mia. WnlUcSUxks Slumber Party

king niters! and baby breath :Mrs Judd Invited RiimU to that l k of 1'uivo. Utah.
Pink tapers burned In Lwobrant'lIt"d Miss Jessie June Parrl5h, Nearing a dress and headpiece the tea' table whore MU Floe Ml-m Shorn NiH-grl entertitlnod Elks Club Dance
:Mr Slack' Is a student\ at '
J six' of her fil'i\t( at
silver candlestickstied daughter ('If.lr and Mrs
a similar to those of the i led KllUnatwortlt. of the 'I
.
Unl\i>
Urlah..f1YltUlI1. Mlly
Joel Pttrrtsh of Lake \ u wrrkentl sliintbt't< potty'
with pink tulle asters Butler other attendantaMrs. Wired. presided over the punch
and bbj, breath and James Marshall Starling Pairlah. mother of howl and MLin Kclwnitls: I is employed and" I hamburger' fry Saturday 1 Mcmh.rA of the Klkc; Club

'f.' Punch wu poured by Miss I son of Mr and Mrs Joe the bride, wore a tender. A.v*(* will have, > dam .

Mamaret CoUion and Mlaa Starling of Staike, were cotton brocade sheath t with for the gui-MU WIII'fI' 1\11'11. vo Th wedding will be an her imrcnts on Kluiplcy iUtunlny' night si the lodge

Mary Ann Long Miss Kay united in man-late at 8 p. m. white oif..vrli-s. and a corsage J D.. Warien. !Mrs. Jams V event of IJcc IS In Use> dull Lake There will b, no supper this
Colson. Miss Bobbie Frida}" AUK 7, in Pin Level on Hunrliiv., morning. Uuee'hf HaturiUy
Sue of lavender carnations, Cro."bv. Mss, Oi"U WlMglna, Lake Temple.
.. Bark'Od lp. and Mrs Harry Baptbit Church Rev Roman Mrs Starling. mother of M i Norman Willis\ Mrs. T. C .[ the gifts sw"na<'ns

.", Tyson also assisted/ In the AlvaroB offlcidtvdBanketa the tcfrfrroom. wore a yellow lit, n. Mr S L. Prek. Jr Klnunli-v Luke In one hour

T. dining room of white a'udioll' embroidered cotton :MIN Wlllu Cheawr. and MUnr -

Mis Maurice Wlngate In- and mum! were used against sheath with ninlchinf wnll' Cookie Matlicwm !>'o Wit! :t

,...erdlr ,' ,... \lted guests Into the dm a backirround of greeneryand nodes and a lavender' carnation Iris and June Hardy all (/ /rAA ,., / {l'"JlfY'' rh':
where the gifts were displayed prtlmi. and the ceremony corsage.For Jayne Hitnly, kept the bjUU<',

A Among the' gifts was was performed underan their. wedding trip to book I Ill I I 11esi| 'all St., SUrhe"
', the platter to the bilde'a arch of greenery and South Florida the bride The honoree and Mr J>en-

Norma Conner Wells Weds W. E. OliverIn chosen china given to her by white tIO.rs.A wore a Navy blue shantung' nta were presented l with coragr ItTnp Ballet Toe Acrobatic Calypso
the hostesses program of nuptial! mu- heath with white accrMor-l| an they airlved, 'and tlie

Home Ceremony On August I 15thA Other hostesses for this sic was played by Raymond I.... and the orchid from her honoree WH given a pUx'e ofI 'w
Modern Jazz ntul Ball Room Dancing
occasion were Mrs Oar! Moody. organist who aba bouquet I hr: chosen. silver a* a memento
beautiful garden wedding I James Conner and Kathy Mathews Mrs. George An. accompanied the soloists of the occasion ."
wa solemnized" Saturday -, Stales presiding at the dcron. Mis Matte 08. Bobby Sapp and Leonard The couple' will reside at' One hundred gwnU were In'I 'I'tauung' "' / in lull\ lltHun' PancInK mid hllqueue! **J r>i'r'tv' >

morning August 15. punch bowl. Mrs. Julian: FConner hagan. Mrs T B. Harding Moody 3001 W Division St Arlington I tiled 1 to attend r. .
;
sister-in-law of the Trxnn'''. where In.th Ian 11'
uniting N0rma Conner and Mrs. Oene Ittng!: Given |In marriage bv her _
Wells and William E. Oliver bride cut the bride's cake Approximately 300 guests father, the bride worn a attending the Bible BapllatS9nfnary :StirlingI'arrisltRehearsal 1

at the home of the bride's Mrs. W n. Chance kept thebrlde'8 were' Invited to call between gown of Chantllly lare faahlonml preparing for ml' Opening Spccial'r/!
_
MoitHry work !In flJrf'III"flf'lds Supper
parents on Kingsley Lake. book. the hours 3:30: to 5 p m. with a irweetheartiverkllne (
The bride Is the daughter of After spending some time and long/ pointed I .11111'ho II, '
The Pine level BniflntCliuirh '
|
i tMr. and Mrs F. O. Conner of with their guests the young Luncheon Given I l evea The skirt featured educational, bonding H"II..lrr: FREE
IKlngsley Lake and Mr. Oil- couple left for a weddingtrip |l"II..ls of ruffle In front. 4
Surpri(: Party t wan the! scene of a rrhraitklnuppcr I I On :Sjil.
vcr Is the eon of Mr. and in the Smokey Mountains For Miss Coatan made of nylon tulle and '
on August 0 ftmitnbrt
>
Mrs Z. Bush of Jacksonville. of North Carolina and BrideelectMiss I Chantllly lace Her veil of For Danny Covvcn '* of I the ALAtlnA-! .\HIT. 2'lll Lessons
e Rev." Norman Redding performed Oatlcnburg. Tenn. For I pure ulllc French IlluMon wax \\ UI..IH'
ranw'Wlnl Hf\u
( I"rty. \
tho double ring ceremony traveling the bride chose a attached to a Queen" crown Mr and t'hurlaa Cow
Maria Costan. whose on this occasion. were ftcv, .s
at 11 a. m. blue'' silk dress with white ac- of pearla She carried a pn ixMiorrd. their son, Danny, and Mrs itoman I Alvarm' !.
to Onnntanllnoaldul 1
Mrs. L. A. Canova rendered i t j jZsoft I cessorle, She wore the center marriage white Bible topped by a on hba151h l birthday with a 1 HtipN-r| was served' buffet uiusnmioN:.;!: xSlit.
will
Kopr'oiwo b anevent 1
bridal music throughout orchid from her bridal of October white orchid with itephan. delightful aurptlne party at' ntyle from a table. covered
18. was'
the ceremony bouquet Otis and IUIC'.of-thC'-\'aIlf'Y their home on W. Madron i 29 and Mon. Au 31
> Olvcn !in marriage by her honored yesterday at a lovr lit w..mt'l'I.MlIIJI St. with a white outwork cloth Ault. .". r
i On their return. Mr. and Table where the gueala were
luncheon
.Iv at the River
,v father the bride was lovely Mrs Oliver will reside at Club in Jacksonville Hojilesxes PP' 'Y Ann rarrtah Tit party\ room wm d< in a street length drew of was her ulster'. maid of ." with blue and white
f 10750 Java Olive Jackson- for this m cnaton were hon whit Damask cluUUI.on,* 2 to 5 p.m. i
\ petal pink taffeta brocade Tllle. 1 I or and brtoVamalda were rrrpe paper alreamrra. Pot floral, ntrplm.* arrnc", .minl'
Mis Pete O Felos and MlatMary
with matching veil of H'usf | guests k Mlakea Dotty Jean OaMa. and ted plant, and summer flow-. was composed' of whit Kind-
Out of town Included Rimoa
ion attached to a crown of.f'f'd Linda Sue Young of lake era were .used at Vantage i hill and ptnJIf'"I1' with DANCING BUILDS CHARACTER FOR .
pearls and sick') I"OIIt"II.Shp : Mrs Kate Waters' of The luncheon table was 1 Bulk-r They wore ..tr..t1..l1t1lh puinti in tbr' party mane.The lavender Fugll rVni

!, carried a bouquet. of Evergreen.of the Ala.: grandmother -. centered with two white dresses of orchid refreilunent table' wa* 1 was tilted along mum Ih. table. Young Children Teen-Agers .. Seniors and' Adult
groom.Mr wedding belU held together
C"ttJ"'a and Phaiaenopsla
covered with
birthday
cryatalin featuring fitted a |tntersprlsrd with lavendercandle.
J orchids on starched lace with and Mrs Russell Raulerson with pink sweetheart reran bodfcrt and oval nerkllm cloth! and centered with a "

9 streamers of pink satin tied of Orlando; Dr and Mrs. H entwined with pink ribbon. and bell haped<< tklrta Theirheadplecea decorated blilhday rak. TtM hot were awtiUHl' br
5 In lovers knots. entwined Austin Bliss Mr and Matching favor and place
Mm. were of hand Oame sod dam-Ing were Mr O It tore. .* Jr "'r.
with lilies-of-lhe.rvnley. Bill McWaters. E. Ray Oilwr. cards were' uM'd. ,t matte flowers with short 11.|l.lu -JOYI'd"by, Uv U young t iJicUn Conner Mrs. J O

; Mrs Leonard Ilorne dater Thomas Bush Mrs '' The hostesses presented lon veiling They wore au..r.. J"t'lIIon..ndII.' ** pram

: of the bride served as Kenneth Pickett Suzanne. the honoree with an engrav matching mitts& and carried Out of town guests 'Iticfud Colann |I" xrvtng the 30

fc matron of honor She worea Joann and Mr*. 0111.... ed sterling silver wedding) bouqu U of lavender carnatlonn nt Miss Bonnie It<** of F 11.14'.'*

street length dress, of Ice Chandler and Homer BIlJM. cake kmfe Salem. Va Hubert Clark of r

f blue taffeta with matching WIlliam fill!. Mlu Linda Among the 35 guests won Franklin HUrtlnjr! served l Drtat.ol'nn. and t.tra. Juync I Manly
vrll of Illusion and carried the honorce'* mother Mm\ hit brother aa best man. and Pearl Thomas\ of Lake hitter" ,
't an old-fashioned namfay of Burch Mr. W H. Chance Arthur 0 Co Un and her ushers were leonard Moody AwUtlng; Mr and MraCowen ntrrtuitin l Frirndn. h

CAttleya" orchids with Mr and Mrs James Conner Mster Miss. Dim I Co tan of and nil) JarkjionTlmmy ,, In raring| for the
starched lace and Ice blue and Katheiine! Stalls all of' Charlottmvltle', Va.. and Mrs Parrlth served as young pevpl wen Mr' an4Mrs. MU Jyno hardy enter r

!.streamers Jacksonville Ovorce KopelouvM. mother ring bearer and TammyParrUh Charles" Reese. and Mr. .tamed 30 of her frtrnd at a c-f : '
E. Ray Oliver served his of the roIIpt'(tlv. bride was flower .lrt and Mr*. John Manning.\ .U.n.i. danr party ., 'tar'
brother a!*. best man and the groom ., horn on r.. Oil 81 l*.t Fit 1.,

ushers were Vernon Conner Martin-Dennis j Executive DoartJ i i I dr flail MIN'S A STUDINT'SSport
Stork Shower YOUNG
.and i ij Th quo deems Larry Bush brothers of
Wedding SaturdayThe Recent BirthMr (
the bride and groomThe I For Mrs. Torn Smith ,:j The first meeting. nt th carried out with a teenage 4 I
i th* n* Th ref ..h >w''*
brtcte'a mother was attired and Mrs James C ..rcuJv, board of UM KUrk ShirtsIt.4..19&
In a brlge dress trimmed marriage of Mr Ilrn- Ifo+,b.. Jr of Dunrdln announce Mr Tom flmith' ... hon.or Woman'a Club will be heldon table was rrntoiTd with a .
.' lace ree Lou IJrnnl. daughter 'lUJtnurk. Irene* lUnm. ar
with She wore anorrtUd l at a delightful alnrkhowrr
Mr. and Mrs James Henry the birth of a son. Wrvtmrfjrr ]. at 10 .. mIn ,..........,.,. +i'1.. '
eoriae James Columbus Hobb > Thursday night of UM club '
Irtt n .
Mrs Bush mother ofhe Drnnl to J.m.. Royce Martin on August IT at the Dunedin last week gr" en bv MU. and chairmen of the I.rwlnar and ....m.. were I e. J::"J: stlOQ

Broom wore a dre w of white will be solemnized at 7'30 hotplt! B.EbP. ,* Smith. Jot ra prrtrnbu.rd, and UM peat anlll'tI'tJ by the gii *u y*'*'

lace with matching accmuwr pm Saturday, Autr 3*. In the Paternal grandparent are S nunr Warrrn, Mr. John officers and rholnnm. arurgrd Mr and Mr J F flatly S. W. ,..
!lea. Her lavender First U ,Millar and" ,.. assisted In elute> fur the XL .Vi
corsage was a BaptUO Church All Mr and Mrs J C Uahta. Br Clarylfldrt to attend .."._ ...eel.
orchid frienda and rHaUvra are !ft. Jot..rnal"n4p..n. *, Hf | <<>r.n. at Uw horn of '

Following the wedding a sited to attend and Mrs. Albert WUlUnvi of I he Utter on H Walnut I.oasm.,.a .A _awe ,...... ? .wed .Ltd' .,
reception ... held\ with Mm ....rk. 'M Street" w'ess. ....... sad .m., ..I..,., ...", .. .... N,
Th refrvoltinmt table l wascovered YOUR HEALTHCHIROPRACTIC ..,b.e. a,as ....... ....... l esy ead betise. Ives.
with a rutork lace ....... 1s/ ... ..It .Iwo lad..,

rlnth and centered with .n

.rra..g nw>nt of pink and and l$)
Slacks
1 either white aid 11aw. ,with.,... flanked china' can on / Ivy League

die hoI 099
Th gill Uble warn _.t..4 fad II O99 TO?

with .,. ImporUwt tar. 1a bW fr.....!>< am a f..Mb. > ......* tif lb.1411151 > ... *... g g ** fo l4 OTHEIOLOLOOK
ALWAYS ; cloth. amt a on* end warn a C//lpl/ritt/TIc. 1aa.Nltflt/Y.

large artlftrtol .lorfcrr 1e504 .... sb.r ..w1.4 saMsa .s4. 111.s ....111..I. .
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? \P MEN'S AND TOTS or hotnx.te .th a ret* and. Ml ... tk.e.pvu. kelp MM !f '
;JI I HIGH TOPS baby ...pf'f'.c .. a MMMUw Sluta.s.te
,, _In .1 erws.4seiA.sf A. Tee, tsare j-r.*t. gas ....P.- Tour .......... M ,

7N .,..I Gy ..... 4.H. .- the 3$ gists was -- "a..w..me .....H vilk. aullite <. .............. .d. t :,1..e$ .. sw.a. : 5"
..-. ..,. ... Mrs E.MUw. MMUt.toUw awll/s.r. .-.s.J'. l/p. y.a 4*.rrWM. If f<*t IH law 'w1tsaa 18 .. 5Sikesr ..s.
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law ...... .+M dw.ltr ..... ,. 1.-' j $ wren Slultw

"k*'y .al r. -r': .w BI w.. Luncheon Given "' ..., ..tn.Pf .......... "rMsg '1M ......." tele .w
*91 gw .* *. ic. .Ns i .......... .. SFr1 w '. "--.. ...1
)0. >: as N (I. rase .elp 11. ktasgbr A.ewsedM.lr ..,- t..e .
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nRADFoftO COfXTT TEI.FOK\Pn. STARKH. FLORID Tlim!!n\V. Arr. 27 1964

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'But Slowly llr{ !. Varnes.Ptisscs- fC' ;, tional Additional programs details may be Civic Groups j Melhodi'st' Church I CARD OF THINKS

Our recent \loss leaves us
? A'i 13 obtained from L H. Gibson Attend I Calendar for the week: whir grateful hearts toward
at the Adult Education Office SupperA Thurs. Aug. 27 Cub
neighbors and friends Their
Gridders Round in the USO building, Scout Pack Committee meetIng of
Into Shape"We're Billie Varnes, 73, of Starke. | cross section of Starke's Fellowship Hall, 7.30,: p sympathy comforting and expression thoughtfulness -

i ton died Monday aft Hamp-I civic groups attendxl an In- m I will always be remembered -
I in a Starke hospital ter-Club dinner sponmied by Sun. Aug. 30 Church : ,-The family of Mrs.
Farmers
I extended Illness. RemindedOf the SUrlce Lions Club last School. 9:45: a. m. Morning:: MtRae.
Minnie
rounding Into shape In back at practice this week hard because the boys are present (Nurse wouldn't even, Johnstown on March 15: 1891 j i iI ASCS Election Thursday night In the Worship 11 a. m. MYP" :
slowly . ," Coach David after returning, with hilt family 'Ktlll In poor shapeas the guess when his 'boys will be:I he was a retired produce,, Starke Golf &: Country Club Council meeting, 5 p. m. I
". Nurse said this week of his from Qimntunumo Buy. hot weather Monday proved. able to run full speed) the remainder -!I dealer I and attended the Prim1itlva I I i i A representative of each Snack SU lefor MTP 6 p. FREE! FREE!
fighting Tornadoes Cuba. According to Hurso, I Nobody looks good. I don't of the conditioningdrills Baptist Church I I Farmers are reminded of club was given the opportunity m, Youth\ Meetings 6:30 p.
After eight days'of toil under both Elder and junior signal believe anybody could really' are being: run at full I Mr. Varneu. had lived Inl I the approaching deadline for to dlicusi th-j alms and m. Evening Worship 7:30: p. ; FEDCRAt.At S\V-
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"<< the hot August sun, the caller Ionald Falcon have''KO full peed if ho tried," speed an are the short Hampton for 11 yearn, moving voting in 'the election of the object of his organization m Fellowship Hour for MYF", lAfiH FIBSf) & LOAN\ ASSOCI-
only praise the Tornado mentor both been throwing the ball I purse added dlsguutodly. He mage sessions "crlm-I there from Columbia, S. C. I ASC County committee, by and to tell what it is contributing 8:30: p. m. ATIO{ OF STARKE
had was for his ,team'nanlhg .. wo1l. i has been running wind sprints I "If you run full Surviving are his wife, Lula T Wade Oanltins, chairman in service to the community Tues., Sept. 1 -Executive THE riCESIOENTIAt'
-- r attack which Is "look- However, Nurse says, his' half speed but, even BO, quite I 30 or 40 yard sprints you're I|I Taylor Vanned of Hampton, of the Incumbent Agricultural Committee WSCS meets in HANDHOOK"'
sieg pretty good." The boys halfbacks haven't been catch- I a few boys have wo legs and |j I liable to strain muscles then'; two daughters, Mrs J, T. Car. Stabilization and Conservation C. Howard Hill of the Ladles Bible
-went Into pads Monday which ing the ball very well with 1, strained! musUcs!! Guard Bob I I to stretch them to full capacity i r ter< and Mrs. Clyde Wheeler; County Committee Jacksonville Area Chambor Classroom 9:30: WSCS and .
I /a m. business linn on ronirntlon olwt -
M..;turned out to be the hottest the exception of senior left Reaves, tackle ont defensive I but you don't strain your i both of Jacksonville; one son I II Voting is being conductedby of Commerce, was the principal program meeting in sanctuary .ral f'ull<-if election' of
-day,of. practice"'! so far and half Larry Crawford and junior I line backer, Joff Warren both ]I leg very much running only |I William H. Varnea of Cayce, mall, the chairman explained 1 speaker and discussed 10 a. m. tlje;) presidents, *to.
:i"Just: Wilted. according to halfback and fullback I lenlors, sophomore end Joey i 10-15'yards on a play"' flumes:1''S. C.I: a brother Nathan Varu and ballots have "Woman's Place in The Wed.. Sept. 2 Family FREE at 218 :V. Tempi,
-Hurse. Dwight Elder. Junior halfback I Reese, and junior halfback I explained.! ''i es of Lake Butler: three alfl-< J Economy.: He stressed the '
UJJJ "It was: tremendously hot,1 Rlchnrd Crews an outstanding I Cjilvln Vnines are few of the I I Another addition to the Tor hers'I''I'I Mrs. Lou Reaves Lake i i been sent voter to In each cane Known an eligible eligible !-- Importance! of more active Fellowship Night, covered Hall, dish 6:30: p.supper.m
- you 'Vonldn't expert a tow receiver the cnlluoLlt1lJlI. Clllard and in
boy on B-ucjuiul' nado forewall hall been 189 ; Mrs. Nolla participation politics on
go full speed all the time In last season, lit to I : senior Mrs Holland, both of voter failed to receive a the part of business and E: '''' ,__. ,_,.....""" ..., .....'......."tm.--! ,., ...........,.., W
expected On the better nine of the pound tackle Herb Sellers Fanny I ballot through the mall he men "'- '_ >''l'o.1 t" '':: l'ivlx.! : ';m Lt'flrr.r;
?,,weather like that" he mild. ;I coma around and help out In larger however, the Tornadoes -I, who reported Monday for I II : Jacksonville; li grandchildren,, women I
= The roach did say, however, this department also, the ( already have' most of I the fIrst time. He was lat-I'' and 10 great-grandchildren. I should contact the ASCS I Dr. Wayne Whlffen presi- Quality Living:
M* that the passing game pleased coach said their baste offensive end defensive because of National I Funeral services were held county office. Generally a dent of the LIons Club, 8t rVI,
whim with end Joey Reese (a After the .summer, camp which ended I farm owner tenant or ed a* master of ceremonies '
going Into pads Mon plays In only remaining at 2 p m., Wednesday In Varn- Through Quality Buying.Our
_ sophomore transfer from day Kursa ran hilt charges basic offensive playtor Sunday, but In looked to for en Cemetery near Lake Butler I chArocropper Js eligible to and expressed the wish that
- North Carolina), Junior Eddie through' 15 minute full speed! bo learned Tn,Hil,buy was an mu<'h'help when. works Into with Rev. W A. Hogan;, vote if he 'I ii taking part or U the Intw-Club meeting Factory: Discounts: Assures You Savings
= Douglas and senior Oene scrimmages Tuesday and Wed. outside belly HerleR.I ,shape. officiating, Burial wan In the 'I eligible to take part in one would become an annual
Of Hundreds of
Dollars When You Purchase
Pass or more of the- pioitram administered yvpnt
- catching the pljritkln/ nesday. He"R'Lld' however, he I Even: though wind sprints family plot under direction of i
= Senior quarterback Phil Elder., cannot work the team too are only, run at hulf1".d.at DeWItt C. Jones Funeral by the ASC committee C.UtD OF THINKS Four :Mobile\ ; Home }From
:,
- . I Home. We wish to thank all the
- ,-- .. 'r' ','--. ".: ,- :. ." -- .:,," : -. :' I IRONS: I Envelopes l containing people who prayed for us
marked ballots be mall Federal Quality Homes Inc.
may '
thru the
GED loss of our husband
ApplicationsDue
w r and WOODS I ed or returned to the ASC ,
and father. And for the
KEEP A YOUNG AND PROGRESSIVE By Sept. 7 county office anytime! beforeSeptember I lovely flowers and cards Vfs: \.or'u"s% Largest Supermarket of
1. Ballots will be I will always remember It.
.. MAN IN OFFICEVote j Applications for the Florida tabulated publicly by the incumbent ,: Ood could see he was .. :Mobile\ Homes
.. School .
Equivalency Hitch / county committee I, weary
,pp
I Diploma laeneral Educ!: | on September 2. at 10 a. m. And too tired to go on. Starke Branch No. 27
trio; lift 1 Development U-stsI! 1 In the ASC office. I So He closed his eyes and 2117 Temple Ave, 301 N. Starke. FU

must ba received at the A- TIm following] slate of I whispered (Phone 961.1061 I
I dult Education Office in the
Peace be thine
for the
nominees
!! ASC committee -
of the USO building lit ..., .. .. .
.
.': e Starko rear on before September ( has been announced: Mrs. William Sherman and c:: : :::: ':,:. -.", ::. .. '- .,'. ; M: ..:: :'.:::_-,' '_ : _

Olbion\ 7, according or program to director.L. H Clyde Lonnie Harley Cone., Pete Eaton Giiffi Mor-. family -- .. -- ." .r ..,.. ." ."" "" .,. ...,..,, ""." pr.... 'H".U,.."m"r'I. .'
<
gan Jr. Bryant Reddish, < *
M 4 must be resident "
Applicant Foster Shi Smith. .
o of Florida and at least 20years ''ft:
Hy IIOMKItVOOI): ..: > of I' Three regular member!
For! :. 1 f Re-Elect! I ana. and two alternates will be)
State fees for the entire elt t..d. The newly elected o D
Col. James A. Griffin request teat battery are $750 each. committee will take office "z'
,
every member to sign Relenting of separate" parts I ;
f October 1 and serve for a one
of the battery arc 13 earn.: '
the :
membership roster before ;
period through September
/ will offered twice year
( al playing Also record Testing be 1963 .
w your srore beside your name' dally from 1 1,30, to 3:30: p. -
... wht>lyou have finished m. and 7:30 to 9:30 p. m, CANS OF
"' playing it Is very Importantfor during the week of Srptrm-1- I

=, each{ : (ono, of you to regis bcr 18 '
'

t2.: .. ...._... -",, 1\11'tot accurate before you handicap can establish '' the A OED prerequisite' test In a for satisfactory taking- Need A Car? '. r HIGH"! i{ GLOSS ENAMEL '" .

Effective Sept 1, anyone knowledge of both A- i J. f.JP fECESSARYPAIN1'UP (
who doesn't register win. receive merlcan history and AmerIcan 1961 BuickWildcat I. ; ,PURCHASE
a par round, of 72 for Government ThiS requirement Conv.
Curl Hurst that day and anyone) who I may be met by White with BLuk Top

w have doesn't to have play a from handicap scratch will In pawing throe" standnrdl/fd arm High: tent school in, and Interior M ewd /

our handicap tournaments.We USAF and''or correspondence "FULLY EQUIl'I'ED) r J I : t

are. going to miss our 1 courses sponsored by Including Air Conditioner
five seniors this year around the Chmeral' Extension Division -
I am tuklns; this. i>|'|H>rtiinl Iy$ tto .sodlelt' your vote and support| | for my re-cleclior4:, the golf course. They arelfarold will be accrpted Examinations 6,500 %liIe Fact. /
y i
Bishop, Barry Firth r I Warranty Absolutely .
During the four years" 1 have nerved 0" your City Connell. I have' worked In the Richard Hobos, Mike Willis, any time upon application to '
> Adult Like, New !
the Education Office.
bent. of my ability etiilenvorlns; to nerve you the 1 people of "NlnrUi' In an efflrlentsuid and Mike Shepptird. I wish I, .
a ononilcal manner amt always 'rarrjlnir out the dillies of my of flow at the them the very best In school, OED tvat batteries Include Save 1400.00 f
" b..ln-! which It 'U-yuur biuUneMS. : and hope' they continue their 1. English. Grammar (lustme
:"" Interest in golf I and *pellli\1, contemporary 1962 Ford ;t CLEAN..VI
Not only have I worked with I lie .1"FA.n.; of Hlarkx who .neeileil .n"..U..".. of.Ui ,
Mae Hatcher Is planning soviet fktudlm, science, vocabulary '
a
... City CViunell' In tine manner or another, but alan Mltli rUo) orgwnUatl, 1lu.lInlr I Ranch Wagon V-8 I
covered dish, at the and mathematics.
a ; the Garden. Club and Iterrmtlon l><01'| artment, helping| ; (to priHimtn the lieaiity of supper : "
club on Labor Day Everyone) Two hours .la allowed for the Auto Iranpower Iv21
a the town ma: well an helping to provide rrcreutlon fur our young; '"""I'..., /4 i1I.
is asked to bring enough completion of each of the steering air condition
I feel. that my four year record speaks. for Itself In Ihnt I have tried to ewrrv out food for, your family and five of !the etc. Local Extra: tt r
Um. duties. of my offlc MM you wiMild he nm III do, I hate 110 he..U.nfy lit offering 'gueststea. and. coffee will teat battery All tests. are r, car. '
'a- myself for ,*-leetlna a* I hiimlily. ask )'ou In check the four )sere I h.". scrawl you I "be furnished.' The supper will. scored: by the Adult Educa- clean NAD Bark CUSTOM TINTING
and them.decide"<< .who, can .hat. MTV Jim for the net, four }ear on your (lly ('Ullnf'lI. be In conjunction with the. tion section of the State value I.S 50.00 FREE

a It l h.. my Intention to see Such of you |personally 1..1...... the rlwllnn, but In tin( tournament so everyone stay Di-mrUnent of Education. Sale Price $1,400Will r
event I fall to ree ymr plrnne tlim't hold It agaln me. I Itlll u|>pre<.la4.. youru\. In town Labor Day weekend. Th Slate Equivalency ON WIDE SELECTION 0? PASTEL COLORS
and active support.w and tiartloiiMite. ,...BcaUta .the Itlutt School Diploma Is accepted Trade
tournament. there'll be run by Florid" colleges' Green Buick Co.
Thank you for all\ the famllyi.! inrhidlntfMlmmlnr. and unlveroltlmt! for admlsaloi i
a Sincerely.C.ltl.! badminton and \ to these Institution 209!) N. Temple ytnrke FREE unFREE
My Ill'IIST ping pong. should the applicant wish to Phone OtU-61'.H. E Evory Second (

} Are you there i 1 pursue additional) educa,
VOTE FOR and REELECT CARL HURST-Group 5 I I -Hom _.

6". eef3le i .
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SAMPLE BALLOT

a FIRST PRIMARY rty"U

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GENERAL ELECTION Wow\\
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Starke, Bradford County, Florida Cato4pjft i I

TIRES PRICE
/ SKITF.MIIEK: A. 1961. ife

,Plus, Tax To vote for a person whose name i III printed) on the ballot ... ?:

mark a rrra'' (X) in the "square at the UIGUT u( the

w Second Tire \Vi Price when you buy first Tire at rejr. price. flue taien. name of th. r" "rxnn for whom you desire to vote. CEMENT & ".. INTERIOR LATEX

Any Ue. black wall or white wall paKxenyer ear lire. er .
- PATIO PAINT e.ten WALL PAINTS

TIItKR.Tin ; FOIl ALOEUMAN 98 2sd GAL. OIL CASE led GAL
4 (Croup: No. 1)) s9A
F'ILL! SETnlsrltMa..rld1. ( GALFREE HOUS PAI rT FREE
Vote for One 1
and RUa. Wag 111.11'.11 "hit. Wall For Two Yearn $ /3fc 5r2 2rdOAU CUAITS
QUARTS
.
Nhu. 1st TI.. I..t The It Tire 11101 TIM \\'all Ta. Wall .'
a 2' 2J4iH. e

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: 1'IGiNS
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B '' r (@ 4 ONE COAT OME COAT li x

chimp. NI_ 22.65 11.33 26.15 13.08 67.96 78.46 -.- r ERI02 LATEX H.CH GLOSS 'Skoal'z&t
a '750al: TlessNiw .
t'nitI.DERMANGrnnp r HOUSE PAINT ENAMEL _

: No. 3)) ; s 98 zee GAL. $ i98 Zed UrTS. ;rr
28.60 14.30 33.60 16.80 85.80 10O.80 .... ( r
a 1M 14 T-l.ss Far Two Year Vole for One ,L FZcE ) FREE 4 ,

All Size In Stock-Hilt I.ppll&14 To All Firelon I'ase.ngtr T'ar QTl. 2 $ Z'e. $ $ _

Tires-SAVKtV.: and iet: Your l lres Mounted' }'nE":. J. U. IHWLKSKF.RKR I 1 -
S .- STANDARD D CAULKING(

= IN OUR SERVICE t S. al. ea e eAaT >
: : GOODMAN I PA4
'R'ONT 6-Volt Battery .__ ____ GCMX
} END ALI( ) &:\ *
: BALANCE WE DEPT'U55 12 Mo.' 7.95 I F

,? 2 Front Whe .-> }'U}:>': r>CTO OL
Safety Check-Any Ford 12-Volt Battery FOR .\1.0EIBI.\\: ;

12 Mo. 12.44 (Grump: N.. S) TV* sifu 1

OUR HUSINESS IS Itl* T lU c.\t.n:: : For Two Yee. ".a V.le- for On.

OUR aERt; ICE IS I 1IKST tii'
r NEW LOCATION ,
CARL HURST t
-STORE -.-.- -.. -
34 353 H. TEMPLE
AVLP.GE
to-t
Fft .
=1 J t i DEALER I nu." CALVIN: J. nOt1'Tu! u -- -- : I lii m. ta4L., I1..


312 West Madison\ Street I'hnn 9f\1-M11 Slarke. KU. "'
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Arc. 27, 1'161 KK \nnonn rorvrv Trt.rr.nrn': ; :OT; \nlr. rtoKm\ __ ".\GE': rrvt
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.var.my.v.ar.mvvn children of Naples. I and daughter of Jacksonville: i| Mrs. O.V.. Roberta Sunday Betty Sue Saundeni, daughterof aid Albright' in Winter ItavenI I Sunday. I' /and Mf\ H. K niton and. Rrneo Mooro, home on Monday
Mrs Pearl Gordon ant spent thO weekend< Mth h"r'pI"nt. afternoon. Mr and Mrs J. S. Sjund-ra, on S"",IaV., i! 1\11"\ & IShlrlRilov and sans.Mrs. family at Dear Creek Aln.Frtomtt an,1Vl'I'1I, oveitUght}
LAWTEY grandchildren of Miami visited : .. Mr. and Mr(. Paull I Mr. and :\Ii'll. J. O Burtonof \ and l graiulaujhtor of :Mrs. The.. home of Mr and MV. '1 Maudi en\In... and Mr. of Gene King", will guests of his brothur-ln
Mr and )trl. Oscar Carter Smith. Jacksonville were Sunday Daisy Prtngl, 11) Arnold Taw Jlmmte Crawford> was tae Clara Given of Tampa visited ho glad to loam that he hat and sinter. Afr. and :Mra FredMuore. )
this week Mr and Mrs. Troy Bennett''1' guests of her parent Mr in tho Black Creek Daptut se,cene of H family dinner on Mr and Mrs. Lee Green entered the Marines.' Us la ; .
By Eosa 8IaDCbM'AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA6AA' Mr. and ;ire Fat Redd and dn>\'.> to Jacksonville Sunday''' and Mrs. P L. Pinkins.Mis. church at Penny Furno on Sunday for her family and 011 Thursday. taking hit basis training!& ut Mian\ <1 :MM' Sidney WU
children of Macon Ga. are and were dinner guests! of Frank \\all8. and Miss Saturday. I..AUV. Mr. and Mrs lo Dvnl "unit [Cane Ijuml H. c and. re- HnniHon of altllltsvllie! spent
visiting Mrs. Redd'l mother, :Mra. Bennett's brother and Mary Ann Motes of LoestbxirR! :Mr. find Mrs Ralph Jacobsof Mr\ and Mrs Bernie Dobbs. tamely, and Mr.. Uomlv Moaley. |. that ho likes It fine tho weekemi, with her brother
('hurchcUvUle Mrs. O. J. Phillips and Danny viHler-in-aw. Mr. and Mrs[ were Wednesday overnight Qalnesvlllo were" Friday and (rnnd.i tighter of Jacksonville : spent their valuation nt Cherles. Moore, who has and uNtor-ln-law Mr and
GRACE METHODIST :Marvin Thompson In the afternoon !guests. of !Mm Wells" !' mother. enta. Mr. and Mrs R.V !. spent the day with his Santa Vf l l..nlce11': and :Mrs' boon employed this xininior :Mrs Frimci' Campbell\
Sunday School 9:45: a. m. .
D B CoUIn of Lenox Ga they visited Mr mil Mrs[ Effie Miner nvernlftht ituest.s ot her |1'1'- {I'oll.'n"r.' : and Mm A 11 l ItV :Monlov .mad tlilldicn, of UI Hi'mtprsonvlliw 1 N (' returned !Mi and :Mrs Lenin Red
Worship 11 a. m. Evening who has been employed 'inLak Mr* henry' Bennett Mi Bennett Mis Iii,,,s\ Pr.nij'i' Ml"ttl Cr\'nn. Hoi" 1 a i I. "iSnni1ii" \' Oilnmlo npuiii! tin-. weekend honuI' I i 1-11 t Thui .itav.. .ling, md funillv attended ser
service 8 p. m. at the par- -land !stopped during the has been seriously. IM I but ) Uli-vs"<>!' MKW. :\1... : ..im.in with thuin" wlll"- that wen- and! "initril < !IIIHOPK. .It t lunioifulloge V.HOK,. .11 Bethel! Baptist
i sonage Prayer Circle Monday [ week foi a short visit with hm seems to bi a little better: at Teresa and lipnlsi- R'e.\ ot. children <%t tn.i.-il th- \ ri.l i I :\11-> ", I.omio Alos, Ih.-i in Lalcl'I' \ m :Mitntln \' I'huivh tin, Sunday/ During
morning 9am. :JIYP mother-m-Uw M i a Rob 'his i tune and Mi. nnd :Mr I l!. '1'1! Mi,,t- Caaov 1,1",111.' I n' \u "'on .' Hi. '..e \ 1 ii .1 M ,, mil Mm 1..1 lit.I\' \V l Pi.nLun'. .li hut ,i.-tuin tI .\ the yet vu.' Mi Raiding and
| Wednesday 7:30 p. m. Futi-h. and other relatives Mrs ,I ;M Oliver and Mrs .ley, and dutiKhti, \ i'n. :>,", lean home of h-: hr' '". ni i, lA' :'. in" .ht\\'It.aniDe!' on t-tl to ni. tome ""N' .mist i ivvock Mi, 411"I( r. I H Hovell theta, daughters sang several
FIRST BAPTIST
Sunday -
Mi' and Mrs. Otis Testone Scarboro ot Baldwin called on attended the cdamg< : ollut: nut aisle Mi nd>) Miilo\\ vim/ 'ticioii v th :Mi' ,.t l ,i' unpo 'i irouifht then niece iclei' tiom
School 10
a. m. Worship

11 a. m. Training Union 7 pIn .. ... .
Evening Service 8 p m. : :": :::-; :, :- -- ':: -: :.' .: .. -': ;. -. ..: :. _: : : e'X: _' ..;.' ..;. ..tLM ;, '" :{\.t:: ( ':".ko. .:_ -- :- '. :" ..: : '- :.. :-. -.. : : ",
YWA fit-I and third Thursdays -
Youth meeting on alternate
Saturdays: 8pm.
The Woman Society: of
Christian Service met at the
home of Mrs Herml- Kellyon TEkWIL.LEGA" MOTORS
Tuesday evening Mrs P
L< Dlnkln' gave the devo-
tional MJS R E Lee with
the aid of Mm UoberU! Mrs
Kelly and In.Vell.; gave
the p.ogi im entitled "The

hour ed.The church 8e1'\ "refreshments Binning Dui-lng the were where social serv we Your Authorized Ford Denier


Woman's Missionary
Union met at the First Bap-
tist church on Tuesday evenIng -
with the President Mrs.

Francis Mrs Joyce Eunice Futch: In gave charge the HEW 1964 NEW


Romans scripture devotional the Plans and 12th were used chapter discussed for her of B stll E d Deals I


clue Eunice for appointed Bennett the new" Mrs.Mrs year Mary-Katie Mrs. Pick-Up Trucks e n

Smith and Mrs. Bettte Star.
ling to serve aa the nominating ) -, v eS1695
committee to select
officers for the new year
PERSONALS
Mr and Mrs. Tom Barry
and children of Columbia, 8
C and their guest Mrs Flos
ale Barry., of Oaines\Ule. arrived OFFICIAL I II
at the home of Mrs. UFALCONS
Barry's brother and steter-
in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Joy
Eunice: on Frida)'. Mrs.I Barry
and children remained for a ,
visit with the Eunice family I I
while Mr. Barry. and his
mother, Mrs. Fkxixle Barry,
motored to Gainesville and
S.
spent the night with his sister
and brother-in-law
and Mrs Franks Mr Barry I
joined his family here on
on Saturday and they, return WHILE THEY LAST
ed to their home Sunday
morning.Mr. .
and :Mrs[ Oscar Carter.
drove to Lakeland" : Krld.iy im
IInd were Joined by his sister.

and Mm.\ Ken otherInlaw Franks, They Mr went and *

Natisnu to Miami They and returned then, by bout to Mi to at Fo rd Deale !

overnight ami on guests Sunday of and relative were A OW rs

Mr. and Mr. Richard Carter NEW 1964
announce the arrival of a
daughter Itonna Kay in Ht'ulunt's
\ IloHpita) Jaikonvllle. .
on U'ednenduy. Aug
19. Mrs. Occur Carter droveto
Jacksonville Saturday and '
Mrs. Richard Carter and ;

young daughter came: home ''q. N
with her .
:Mr) and Mr[ *. Marvua: Nor
man of Miami are visiting hU ,
-
mother Mr. Leamun Nor s kkii --
__. --m--: :
man for a week -- --
Mr. Catherine Wymnn of e
Jacksonville visited her, mother I iONLY
Mr*. Betty Johns and' 0
"' eekMrs.. I f .
Johnny Jenkins and I I 7 95
children of Jacksonville were'
guests\ t of :Mr and Mr. Dill,. Big year-end savings on Super Torque' Ford -

Anders Wednesday and young sun on smoothest, steadiest. strongest. cars in their class

Mr and Mr. Kdvrard, U i.. the winning. aces of '64 NASCAR races. ,

Massey and children. of Jacksonville S ,
) called on their par
nts. Mr, and )Ira. A. E:. tar
try' and Mr and Mr W R. -

noiin luxnn.Cu!.sat iK* Thsrwlay of the MM after r* L 5 L LEFT -
over the weekend were their
son and daurtitcr-in-law! Mr j
and Mrs ItarUrl fussy amt DELIVERY



STARKE *
Big year-end savings on '64 Falcons, the Big. year end savings on 'f).' Fairlanet.' the

BUSINESS j'jj.. smartest looking, plushest riding compacts mkJdto-sije cars with sports car f feel l. king-
:
$! built, Puts economy t. the cards for you sue economy and room 'for a f uH house,
DIRECTORY M. .


-d\tiro HETAIR.S 36 Months To Pay BEST YEAR-END DEALS ON FORD TRUCKS 11 II r J i



Earl's TO.*i A REI'UK MMI-: Garage* WORK or.U Bank FinancingThunderbird AND USED CARS TOO..AT FORD DEALERS $, VK'; w D,, ;


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AJ1P.rk Ou.r at'-l ..
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.1t'Gilbert i) SCKVICK S. Brown Demonstrator Mile.,uw 1,200 DISCOUNT! .


........... .M /n.r.r. Mallw -

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yrar:.. a I"TlTanJi Convertible DemonstratorTRHDE
Bsdaet T- Jln.a e.rsr.ra. Mustang

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Service HURST'S Station SAUEIIa !
now AND
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...-..-- SIX_ BRADFORD COI'NTT TEL.Fr.nApn. RTARKK, FI..onrD.\ TnrR5 D.\Y. Al'G.21. 1964
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1'II'I'r."I'IO'i InIra lit' fold, County Florida upon re- I I Aaron H. Itolley and Betty L,. Cash. Paid for Good Ctaum'
HTTK. ft It I'I/Ial\ti' Mlpt i.f proof or publication of Holl .y. ISO N U wty Road
.'0"1"0'\0" this notice. the flntltloua. name 8l rka, Hradford County FlorIda \ Rag. No Khakis or Wool. All
1 .inni'iiiviMnHifii' riiiin. will or AH.'t.OW' PKOLX( era: '" COM 1 .AOK| nwneraDated
)i .d l h the IilvlHlnn lit Cotton Bring to Telegraph.. .
y
; :, : I PA: ualnnllnna.' I until 1000 A .M. I
I Halted In huHlnM. at 1H08 N.Lawtey I .BUM. A. D. 19114 .at Stark.
MT f 'm dale Nt"wn" for the male
,r 'Itoad Htarke. Bradford Bradford County. Florida.Utz .
ti plum proprlyKHrH'
ounty Florida' 41. 9 IT --
.ml".r I 1. ))944- PIn.. Qiim. I
Hid 'Hlnnkii/. (Condition and I I I
qp I i.-itlnnn- may bf ohtalnoil. WILLIAMSJEWELRY
rr .0' 'Sliil,. Pur,'hasinq. <'...mml..1' .-
il i "DI\lHl. ..n or '
x-ai' rrii e Ii II Ihil AMBULANCE SERVICEPHONE
It I XVIIIK. Room.n..tltn''j.
ah/ KlorlilnItilph l 964-2600
R ,
Kxnflltlvo. lllrwtorit I/, DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home REPAIRS
It/27 WATCHES-DIAMONDS::

"I ,...rU"1 0''W'f1'IO'lo' TO DeWitt C. Junta Registered Funeral Director All Work GuaranteedA. ;
is.:,.11:11: .FI1'1'1'iIIMI1I. Starke. Fla.
C. Williams
Nut!. a ,IB hereby given that'
th ''inderfllvnnrl.. under the prolnl I 112 W. Call St.
---- -- ----'----- RENTAL SERVICES
,<.pn. rif I'hnplcr 2f1153! l.w.I ,
llii-4-o Itrudlurd. Bounty; / officials. "Mp-A Robert I..aplle'| "Kp-5' Ivlllie Grlgg't. of Klxrlila. Arta. or 141, will Hospital Bed. Wheel Chairs. Crutches Starke. Fla.WE .

:Guard Unit Back From Camp "SlK-r.tf I*. I). ItnMlxli, I.'..11 II ty t'luiimliMloncr : ond Hp-4! Ilex Alvarez. nu-i>ilr.. of the ""Ir....lfl..t., tilt...<*with. 'the In and(.Perk f"r or Ilrad-thnourt. *

1 .loioine .l.lnit. u..U Huford.. MiU-liell. personnel milt' new Avlntlun 'Platen, try to figure

llri-t-ti, of III"t H I..rle", State .',.....n out.. how to tin down a plane during. trulnInjf -
| [With 95.49 Rating And $$18,000
visited l (Jo. I) wlille nt Fort] Stewart.At Hevnlim at I'ort' Stewart ..."..ue" enratiipnicnt. -

Irlt they are'' shown observing UH men ij

;.;. The men of Starke's National ant, three warrant officers of time unit repair 2 1-2 limn' truck. In the s

= : ( Guard unit Co. D of the and around 35 enllatd:! men. motor "pool.

53rd Support Battalion The company's priority aggregate t 20 Word' or less. one time.93. MrmorlulH.. Rexolutlonit. ___ ____ 5e per word
= returned at noon Sunday from etrPnKth (maximum
.r two. weeks of accelerated summer allowed J Is 7 officers. 7 war- I iF'1 If not paid. In advance___________?. 1.2.1 lards. of Thanks. up to 50 w..nU______ 2.50Otir )

training at Fort Stewart, rant officers and 187 enlisted Keyed. ..r Blind ,\cI.... _ ___ .__ 1.23 5O word. -t'- ,_-_____ Sc per word

r :Ga. a little weary perhaps! men. Capt. Bloodworth said Each .additional word over 20-_____ _-._ .03 Display ad.\ In ClasMlfird ____I IJSO per Inch'
N- ebut 18.347 "richer" with the- company la striving to 1

= "theft payroll money pocket- reach this authorized strengthIn
.ed. Expert RecappingBy FOR SALE I
view of the now armory
I HAVE: a selection l of used
= : The company came through that will be completed here Ready mix concrete concrete refrigerators. Art In worklni

'. the encampment with a 9549 next year. Glenn I FHI: block house piers, ,sand cement order for $40 up. BLADE OAS
r grade for the year one off The lieutenant" and warrant (Pee Wee) Crews mortar mix, rock:, steel of STARKE tlchi
= the highest awarded In the- officers that are needed must Also Full. Lino of eyiter shell llmerock. roof

state which should awure t be in the Aviation platoon and '+ R NF.W TIRES: TRITK gravel HnteTi.! BRADFORD I

:= the unit superior rating for must be flight qualified. TRACTOR All SIZES Read The dandified! ENOP. CO. Phone 9S4-2521,

Its 12-monui effort Capt. I While at camp the men In > Pennsylvania & Dunliip IF YOUR NAME IS 1 i, Starke. tfchg HAHTISGHIATTRES:

James BkxxHrorth. unit commander the company's new Aviation a HARDY BROTHERS FOUND AMONG WORKS
THE UPHOLSTERY
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BE SURE TO SEE World Book
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expressed! satisfaction Platoon trained with the III th
SALVAGE YARD Pulatka
CLASSIFIED ADS. CALL: before buying' any other En- 710 Lemon St.
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with the prrformanc of his Aviation Company and had >. "' '
= :men during the twoweek"outing. from 6 to 12 hours each in the I U.S. 301-Nortlr AT THE TELEGRAPH cyclopedia. M. A. Payne your Furniture Repaired.

r ." I, air 1f I FREE'' local representative since 1956 Upholstered & Refinished
OFFICE FOR A ,
1 1rryr P. O. Box 603 Phone 964-3794
INS!II'n.\N( '':
= Company D. now one of the I Another "first" for the tfrh :MATTRESSES REBUILTNew
S RRIircril '" TICKET TO THE FLORIDA -
AT IIXTKS
ra largest Guard units in theM company this year was the repair .... '
has I AIITO. "'11 t 1'':, ItO\r THEATRE. Innerspringsand
: state a current strength, of signal equipment; by
w of 6 officers.: .4 warrant fie- the unite new Electronics' ITc. Uiiyno HiirrU. applies' llll. rlvlllimHUM .. IMni.R': K.: C'ONNKK': i PEVTOV FLORIST Box Springs

ers. and 150 enllnted men '' Maintenance platoon. hlnUI'i.* iil.lllly l to liU. oti-tlie-joh truln-. INMlltA.M AliK.NCVttfhtt: 119 S. THOMPSON: ST. Drop Us A Card or Call
NEWLY DFCORATED C-rn-
= Strength at The next period for 964-4153 PAL.ATKA KA 6-9186
camp was aboutw training \ PHONE
( lug\ < ttltli the I 'I.ukl'" '! iimril, unit. I l.ihed apartments. One and
95 per cent :[ the unit will be Sunday. rVpt I two bedrooms. Reasonable. NIGHT 964-3891 or 969-102' STARKE 964-5934.

= : At the> present time there 13 from 8 am. to 5 pm. 4. ,Insurance Problems? Lights and water furnlahed. DISTINCTIVE! FLOWKRS: MRS. PEGGY RHAL1.ER

w are" vacancies for one lieuten I I i mcom-fyB Call The Man From Contact 431 Center St. or I We Wire flowers Anywhere 5 Starke, Agent
r ---- .M..J. Itanilul. (liltty (sip|wr right) '
"rn.I.F.RS"fI'OIUU
964-7191 t.fc"ll ,
phone
w sal I checks <>iiiliiiiint| | .during. fiifitnipnieiit..VlitJ. ; ': : t:. LARi'E': _tfchg

( .hilly Is. itrlK"d<>. niitniiKPnifiit officer Keystone Height FOR SALE10 acres land or HOME FOR SALE -4 4 bedrooms -

w tae RETURN J. D. DOYLE of ('o. U.t Agent for"Traveler's OFFICE MACHINES State Rood 225. 1 Mile Westof 2 Ute batns! family

.. I Insurance! CLEAVED REPAIRED State Road 16. $200 00 Pr. room living room, dining
STARKE TYPEWRITER acre Call 9(14-6093( : t.fch-9''
fenced buck-
Companies"Tel ) room. kitchen
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lKI t> l, Sidney" (.rim. (lower right) IxutriU. ... a 473.4692 Day SERVICE I MRS. L> S. TANNF.R yard double carport. O I.
To The R1. Box SI, Lawtey
'... !lEa I financing./ Call 4-4273.. tchBOUBY <
pliiiioMlx. .IriilnliiK. with ( new 473-4323 Niles I

r r .\, .. rialoon.. at Fort Slcwurt. Auto Fire Hume' Ikrslnevn. tfI I FOR RENT-3 rooms bath I i
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s.e C CM Monthly I'avmrnt, Plan I FOR SALE.-Fill dirt top i and hall apartment. With B1O03 AUTO
I tractor work new and 11011'1]'Infant child. See at 400> BODY REPAIRS
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Starke City Council FOR RENT FURNISHED I building supplies. W. T Jack-1 I II Water_8t. tfchg AUTO PAtNTENQ
Drawer 100. Starke Florid, I )lasting. Uood 1 News Around I)I Modern air conditioned on*; ,, -
Adult Classes Th* World" which was view I sod Building Material and Ma. ev.1 FREE ESTIMATES
r a '_ '1 Indicating the courses want- bedroom apartment Renner FOR SALT m ton 56 c
i, .1 ed. ed by 1,352 persnne.Sunday :' Apts. 383 W Washington! St. rhlnery Supply. Phone 904-1 1 I rolet truck. Runs Rood. See 411 S, Walnut St. Starke. Fla.

= : (JIUUI' :3 \ Arc Offered The Adult Education Pro- i found the Wltnes- Phone. U64-5744: tfchu 4001. tfchg I I i I Hollls Knight 131 W. Cal'' l tfchg

w gram was begun in 1966\ by see vlsltlnff lucid ruslilents to |i m tfchg

pa p. \tHKI'TKIMHUU Continued I From Puuo Onol, ) Harmon Morgan county Invite them to the main talk i 1M. U LAWSONI I NEW & USED i i BUILDING LOTS FOR.
: ''''''' HTII school superintendent.! For thnt afternoon by Mr. Snld I PURE OIL COMPANY SALE: 100 X 130 ftC. C.
required by the majority ofmply..ra the past several years. more convention chnlrmun for the I FOrt SALE Oood '''buslnesi CHAIN SAWS Two baY! service' stations for Wynn Rt. 1, Box 435.

w ) ," OlbNon slated. than 400 adults of the community assembly and New York repranentatlv and residential. ) properties" InStarke. I II $50 Up rent at State Rd. 100 and Sta rke. 4tp 8 27

-= YOUR VOTI() : .FOR JVIK.: J. l U. nOY") "" :. MEANS\ 'Adult class teachers are have enrolled! in one of the VVatchtuw- I crovrd. If.Improved V. Knight and P.unlm-0 I II Repairs All Makes j'cation.Walnut Paid St Large training volume avail lo\ FOR RENT Klnasley; Lake
-_.. .. .. fully certified In the( subjectsthey or more courses annually, er Society.In I I home. 2 bedrooms nicely tur-
Drawer F. Cly tfrhg Dealer
McCulloch .
YOU \\iu 11.\vE.n KKSENTATIVK: ; IN teach and all courses according. to L. II. Olbnon, conclusion Mr. Salts' ex- able. Call Jacksonville 356- nlshed. Well heated con-

ore. planned to allow each Program Director, Prior to pressed thanks to the news! FOR RENT -- on Klngilpy Wisconsin & Hrlgf I 1331 or write' P. O. Box 3157. fleeting garage, private pier

= CITY HALL WITH 6 YKAKS.;: KXI'KIHKNt'K: : IN ntutfrnt to progress at his 1065, a veterans' program media officials\ and, residents lAke (Sept-June I : Completely & Stratton I; Station P." tfchg and boat house. Available

own rate of speed." he added. called the Florida Institute of Stark for helping to make furnished 4 BR FOR SALEOne 1959 Kar- Sept 1 to Juno 1. Call Carl

= CITY COVKKNMENT.I ;( \ : For ench hour of clessworlt.. was conducted by Dr. JamesW a successul convention He house, built for ear 'round Myers Power Tools I mann-Ohla hardtop. Excellent Johns. 964-4201. tfchg

aa tho adult student is expectedto Pntray. apologized- or the flirt that I living Private dock, Write j 2.10: N. K.: 16th Ave. condition. H. H. Ever-
do At I least two hour <*f lurK number had l to b* Box I FOR RENT' 2 bedroom
a
I 702.
am out (to help our City herome a better place to Onlnt-svllle. or Gainesville' 376.1111KINDERGARTEN ett. Fla. Hydrocarbons plant.

= live. I am it buttincHHinnn thnt mvan! htisinvMri with homework scheduled for Two Robberies ]I turned sway brcause of the'phone FHJ-8233 or :! Phone 485-2851: Brooker. carport.nicely furnished Recently' house decorated.For with.
Classes are | overcrowded condition nf thaI !W71 4t chit FR.//
= ::.fiiirneHM to all. Iluny! but the Cily'ri burliness tfchg Infant
yes, / Mondays throunh Thursdaysfrom I school audltotluni where the REGIS r a couple or with an
a- '-mean MY\ business I HI! 7 to 9:30: p. m. each Over Weekend main sesnluns were hltld. ZIP CODE STAMPS FOR TRATION August 24 9 a. m 8 MONTH OLD 7.M ZAUReposscased child. Reasonable' rent

.. evening. Daslo courses will I SALE AT BRADFORDiPOITNTY to 5 due to unfortunate Inquire at 733 N. Thompson
I to 11 a. m- 2p. m. p. m
a It will be ImpoHHibk for me to we everyone in meet twlre each week HUh 'Continued From Fags Onel' TELEGRAPH.. ', Mama Priest 7 23 7t 9''3MRS. circumstances.. '64 model St. tfchg
= Jlhe next two wcekx. but will thank for plannedto ,Recent Births I
you kindly school' courses are m.. Norvrl'i 301 Rmtaurant Bradford CountY-Th. SelectO-Matlc rig sag sewing :MRS."' C. W. MeMURRATT
county
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-Na. -.our.. vote and support on Sept. Hth. avoid conflicting evenings on North Tempi Avenue was I adford County Hospital' I of I'lanned Progress 11..i. COX I machine. Does fancy ditches

F.tvgUth. Social Studies entered. through a rear win buttonhole, . wa announce the following' tamn tl I 14 at TVlenraphMCMURRAV FOR SALE 5 room house
w Msllwinntlcs. and Science- dow and 1135 In rash stolen. births .. corner Cherry and South monograms, apptUuies, darns 90 strawberry plants ready

..: Itt'MPt'l'tln'ly yours will bo on different evenings. The thieves!' according to I Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Smith. MOBILE\ Streets. Bargain. Phone 961- patches, eta Take over 3 pay Sept. IS. Ellery Starling

Interested adults are Invited Deputy Orrrn. took 134 from Lake Butler, a son Timothy HOMES: --U! ed trailers only. 1 2fl81 or 904-7111 tfchg merits of S8 each or pay bal RFD 1 Box 41 Macclenny

= Jn.DOYLE to register for the fall the cash register and also I 1 Lee Au". 20. Also swap shop. Trade or pay "nl".. Write Credit Manager Fla 4tp >'10MUST

w term at their earliest convene found $IOO In sales tax mon- Mr. and Mrs. William Frank -ash for merchandise 3 miles FOR SALE "Florida 90" Drawer A. Starke, or phone
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a 'ience.' Healstratlon\ by mall ey. The thieves broke In by South of Starke.- S 301 Strawberry plants. Ready 372-76MO Gainesville. 2trhg! 9 1PKKI SELL Shetland
a ((1'.1.. f trim. Adv.) mill be accepted Writ to breaking A window In the Ottlnger.! Keystone Heights a Pt I son Michael Nell Aug.. 21.I P THICK OWNERSB
: addle and corral. I1SOOO. F.W. .
Educalloll'OIIt Office I I 1491 and them
Adult restaurant the deputy said. ae. any
a |I I Mr. and Mrs. Roger Wayne FOR SATE -. Strawberry!' morning! _tfrh. + In business for yourself. Oraudon. M9-3821: or
w D hnke, Ralford. a son Steve ulants Improved F'a' "90." I calling on farmer, nurseries. e.I.-8801. tfchgFOR

r Witnesses/ End 1 Qlenn .Aug. 21 I II C Wainwright. l -tey.fltrhg
9 17 B4. strawberry plants. Ready end tel., motels, .&.!. Complete s*' SALE Approx. 4'11
N I tut. wl.aal r"t.MM was acres: land with six
: FREE Assembly of Sept Contact Harold ip. factory training wlra shin room
yoa write. ( .lfte In an.alert > house
FRBGROCERIES FOR t.EF1orld": 80" bath and screenedPerth. :
nrlffts at the- Arnold Orlffls !furnished. Investment of $600required.
1 yar ravorll tt:! fEM '
Strawberry Plants Central heatlrtf. Re.eently
wr I Ready Farm" OrlffU loop 4tcr><< 93 secured l by inventory -
J..hnyah'.In.\ ..** rnru-liul- BROOK r.aatala rx TCLBflH : Sept 10 Contact S. C Harley. Will return 30 landscaped< and drive
M f'.1' l a thrre-il.lv. as...nit>V hr, 'rM Rt& 2. 10111190.\ Starke- FOR SALE: OR RENT 1 per cent profit added Termite treated.
: I' with annual Income In S ..OOIbr..k"
Sunday alrrntmn with the 2tp 8 27 store building. 1 furnishedapt. Hollywood\ drape In every
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a $ o main,, M.t.lr.1 ..., >li>\llvere. .l at 3 '' 1 "small furnished house Can be handled partime. room. Hotpoint stove Included

act P m, by Jo..eph Rape of N.", FOR SALE2 acre lot. two all at 311: N. Temple Are Repeat..l. Item provvr Call M9-2821: or 944.aa01. .
w IOOO York. attended t l bv I.O74 delegates l YA'LL COME' miles from city Phone day Phone saH-IBHI:! tfchg since 1943. Farming .nark 1. tfchf

and rvalilrnts, of Brail-... J4-SU4' night 944-S171 ground helpfulFor details
ford County, ___ tft-h FOR RENT Trailer Spas writ General Manager Bar fOR BALE OR TRADE I

wa "1t was a real pla.ur. to See Our12WIDES with .patios and overnight Winter Gariten Fla. can let 100 white pullet that
HOME:
FOR SALE 3 Br. 2 I 3trhg Pit
he her. In Stark" twrsuM ofthe .parking Wf'MrnoretandTrail. ) are' now laying o. Phone!
bath CB. hardwood floors .,.. Park. Phone '118I 712-3H.< lawtey 3< h<< a'3
I hnapltanl reception thatwe I3M I nundlmt Court. phone I I TO WHOM IT MAT CONCERN
: M9-3IM! !.
3391 tfch
.r.Hv( ..4| from I Im-al' reel l lilr 914.2191:! tfch or : Pleas return 4 keys. or rR RENT Modern rumIt -

>''I| and, the modern' factlltle AtlOAVide FOR BALM Portable Un1vrsal .. ring taken from ':30\ Chcvrole' *'i apartment PnJle. ltv
I thnt w* wer* able to FOR SALK: Hunk '-14, hArd- sewing machine 110 OO In front of St. Edward's Churn 'fif room 1 tmlrimn. S43 pr

II...." :Mr. Ha la. aaklKrliliv Priccs worst foam mattr**** NUnnlitkm -. Phone 1ItH.>>.1- Itch* "un""y'uc.. I 8. No quectlon north pi.. utUlt.... Phi M4.11s. .
/ night' pn(0<) C'Oml'l..1 I asked.. Return to Bratlforr ... upT
r alt.nled l l by 735 ilrlrrstva who Phone H. -411\01. Rxtenskm/ ). FOR SALE '$. Chevroift 344nftn Telegraph office. or .leave of

saw, 'the .nu'n..t.lI..n. of a M.i i.M.A.Approved. W Urhr .. Radio, hater aivl" auto of in >R SAI-K- Florida $0 atraw.vrrjr .
top St lward'
DRAWING LAST WED. EACH MONTII 7 P.M. medal' ministry .hoota l that FOR BALM' \ J Jf. |matte t...".mi..l./ .... Phone" M4191. Tn*** keys organ wry tmpnrtnat U plant W, )c. Patrick
Registered whit.
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I bnx
will a.rv* aa a pattern for theInral RA1nOI1o' Moo.ly Itchg owner, but no value to 107 LAwt.,. ritoa*
face. Horefonl BulL UV anyone
training of JehnvahsVltn.sa..when IUtten. '12.3U. 4 Uh. a.17
TOP BRANDS Rt. t. sox JO*. Stark FOR SALE: OR TRADRPrlghlalr .t U* ItrRIXHSTKn
% they .raisin lip 9 :t I .* Mobil dlah waaber *. C. RI-ADis BUILOINOXf :
ta their horn j I : NOW FOR A .
coegregstona.Ralurlay
g Come Register Often TRAINCC 14 n. fotdlng boat, baby wale > PLUMBING ........ youaa
Financing OULTC'tL'IO CLABESR.ar
!:8 Years .
fvxin l th* Wltnv.' : : : Per' nylon tan 10' m U'"ICtIJ' l afford. CaD or w m. at
and high arbool" rvfresher
ar* engaging In h<>ua. t thou ? ntane t national' l finance ora. pad. black am] wnlt* If a If .torn. after e rnnn 2* >44.,l.
... ... .,laltal,"", .. giving brief.. Available ,imtlun will empty wveral am- pad. rtkw... M..I U2 Itr munea. Indtvtduallsvd' la.trurtlon tfahgno .
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= NO OBLIGATION ItlN sernton and leaving ,In* I..tlon and .nt.rprt.tng<< youncm at any timeflOO
... p..nw the .latest, copies' of the Si:, .n IJ4 who are. dalnHM of FtMl RRNT :II-I,. .palntvd. ., pet eourva of II weeks t.r.rs! FISHING: : .n-ty
w Watchtimer". ant' "Awak. .! rHine sh" *J nd who ar 'i tn.M.. fami-,Md > Bmiraoarhowita I :Negro ....lt at.
magaatnea.rV I Dad & Brad I UlII\a to wok hard la rvalts Arrow s rt rrooi. B4tTsnnv the Adult Edurathm Office >*rs. Flaniac ....... ready rtf-
w WINNERS AUGUST 26 II i I.. 11_ oprmrtantty. ta a. IT s. :soi. P"' SC: Wing tT O BuUtnag ra- tat Pratt' Strew Bait OeU.r

N *v.nleely |.>..run. syntbut Work. will ronaut of a vigor- '944.41: or 970 W OUI JU.I -I M room 1 .. 4 p. m. dray or write m w Pratt Rt nHA 6 S
50.00 ) 3rd SI 'l I. )hn.... **'"| their .......-.U.'*) to th* ,. Adapt nturatioa i
= lilt I Buddy HarrU 13.0O( ( I. Larsen ..... training proeiram l''It. I Ilea tVawvr too 'I
faith toy> being "bapU4 IB .have < Stark Bustima foreign laagas I von LICI tea Hot Paintr.

= 25.00 2nd (K I n. IVtht lO.Oi) IIh l'ssIlryanSERVICE water I'. *e). teats nf our* lady roeiswawr 10 nvana flaanr -- FOR: R9aTKlag+l.y raked'| *. and mustc" rounra avail alr-et-- stdaU metal

a.. *...atag pvtfrsi tncluitt /fir 'I fcoui*. atr..4y fur.lalM4. n4I ;: abia. Uekaflol'aEttItP desk wits n-ht. 1 ask ktUataalr
*a M( IB* akora4
.. a *- >witli rro (- .. .heated, prtvat ptev. Aac 29 to ,- *. BUae. art trie* ant Wfff -
Lake Geneva pnsrbl. t. !
putt on U>*> prva.Ain t. artlvlty; 1 JUpC ar JWp4. 1 to Jtaee I. Cal taa*. Phase 505-1752| ,n ral
w glory sad bmrfH _... : t IN-
of the N'lte.ew.> It ... Mr n--a. a.gtdw "p 9 31, S b week days day gat
P.>nnl..a eat thwil. Ute Clrrult ty (ml awl oponrtwuty IMurpaiMd 110"nn'bnHl) sad. g.. Itrkg
IMPERIAL has galnvil I *l new MIN.'_ Trailer SalesON for right .pawn Apply FOR SALE Lanr ...,.y COt ITT

STATION in tk>* last at* iwwUa. waklnsr la POTWM at Aetna FnaacCo. tri... I tJskl, DMA. 4-444L. W O M K :M K>T7tnrHRRCwaat : ....... a" aal4 r__

a ,total, of 1.S34 that .r...ulatly U :X Main SL CUwMvUI.. |1314 .. C;>f>Mwisi .._ Maraa.Fta MT .............. Tim la a 0.....,... (7erh
itekg98th ttarr4e.& --.... low tit..a Meat ... .,.. .
tfrac .
*nga<. hi tn*> prra< wig wvea Itt. 100 | Mil &F. w. .9.t'-

A aiglihint. of the lUtardMyalgkt 1\..)..tneS >. IIe1Rb1. BALL .4"-. m I ft Itttityf7 FOR HKNTKtoLf Laa, raw Avsst Qrnssittra W* haveMknrt3v.e -'L keep. reeve-As.. trp *r
: Starke Florida .. ope..ap for r aab4b ..ca&. Outst.edaag .. ..
|>r gTasa was IK* showing Tr.ake, ..ca'-' gal tuna Attrarttr f .. .
Opal rai M4 t .
rnnias. .., wr. Ma.
a naa 0Id4a baafltt ......
af a lwo>le0rw cuter ftlsa * r .alar and Ese.mr. a la. Tte hnrlma. AvaitaM Swat P O Boa Poe Lrr, Oak. mustier D--mat
,e; .- _ut"E'f'M'" naJ. .'dIe a 11 .g4. I. MMM XM-JwJJ ltd* n. KHS.L Qmpaav.IdeME ,

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STARKE.: n..ORI1)TIII'RSD.n'. VfO. 37. 1964

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crop that can be grown In,, BA1I.ESS HI WAY n.\I'TISTI Preaching 11 A. M. ,

& Home Bradford Farming FlarUlaV. will have mart ('llt'ltd! Training Union 7:30: P. M. f

Infonnntlon porlodlrnllv for Preaching 8:30: P. M.
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YOU on the black! 't 11 Irs Prayer meeting Wednesday I knight
DemonstrationNotes Sllliiluv School, 10 A M. '
AS .. 7PM. I


Two Towns Take Forward StridesThe .I I RE-ELECT.


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wheels of progress turn slowly located in our midst cannot be over By Dorothy ROM SEEIT __

-sometimes-but despite often dis- estimated. Far from hurting any already Home Demonstration Agent "

couraging delays-they DO turn. established motels or restaurants -

we believe that the new Inn will
Starke is to get a new 100-unit I
tourist .. ( k
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Holiday Inn.Keystone generate enough overnight

Heights is to get-at long business to more than offset any pos BRIDE'S PVCKETS i consuming, robbing study Ity Phil! CronkhiteSince

last-its new Municipal Building. sible loss.!'! Starke will become' more Let us remind' you that we, time. last Full it has \been
firmly established in the mind of the have a packet of Information Second teenagers tend to '
Both of these break-throughs in II my contention\ \ pecans 1, r,.
"overnight designed especially for I show off when driving. In
traveling public as an
the realm of progress came this week would bring more money for
the bride. The material Includes ,, one survey 4 out of 10 teenagers
and this together
stopping place" the. growers If they \\'re
-making it a week of rejoicing for menu mak1zAf'1l'C- admitted. this practice #
with the fusel four-laning of U.S. 301 I 1 traded and lilaI'dVIt werorortunnte ,
progressive elements in both com- tion of food recipes care of Boys and girls who drive
munities. should!'! vastly step up the numberof clothing and household lInens : carelessly are hazard on the enough to find

Although we respect the views of tourists making our communitytheir home decoration family ,:, road because they' are likelyto such} Snider providing and It that Is available the- f':,: ; .,. .

!stopover mecca. business and, other subjects have and cause. ., kit'nt.
the "opposition" In Keystone Heights[ : growers In this Art'1would '" "
that are Important to the 1 Some sugaestlons of ways: ,"_))0
in the firm ,
of the '
we cannot refrain from congratulating As one partners!! like to utilize: this service "\
bride. in which parents can I -
supervise
that will build the new Inn expressedit The tn'Idl'r111 clean and ,.' .
the advocates" of :Municipal: We Invite :
a new each bride to the use of the car mliiht :
TUiilding who have: worked HO untiringly : "The innkeeping industry is plac- ask for her packet at Leila' be: .Mxe. (pecans lit nine differentliu :
It will take out the
to see their dream realized, and ing emphasis on interstate location. Dress.! Shop or. the Home Demonstration -!i I. Have your teenager en-. riMtortty of nuts that aw nottilled ", ...
.Contrary to this trend, we're convinced Of fk'e. roll in drivers'. education '
who saw their efforts crowned with i plus all trash such asleaves. TI I
of the continued growth of tourist PERK TP VEGETABLEM claws) and use all other .jj r
I sand, etc "I. a
u'cesat the Tuesday.We ijI"I.
polls
Don't serve mean' to develop' their drtytag ,
travel on U.S. 301. This highway your family Unless, m.>inr>thlnu. of this ,-r\t\ ;1' 1
confident that the town will the same. cooked green skill and appreciation of '' _
are vegetables \ '
along with State Road 100, will be nature Is <1'U' have lost.. '. ,r' f _
day after day. good driving- hAbit. and' courtesy -
this and '' /
never regret progressive step,
used for both primary travel and- :': We *ua' uset you nerve anoccasional one of our largest ountomer' ; .' -- ..",.
that when the handsome new structure who boimht thounonds of

increasingly as a crossover artery !. not"o.fl&lullar 2 Encourage good driving t" '
is completed! those who were op- l>oim
  • between interstate highways 75 and green. And' try them M>nnonlitR practices by being. a good .
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    tear It has also born found 'I:
    posed to it at first will be just as to transform your f.un- '1'example yourself" All adults ,
    95. Starke is blessed with ideal
    an out that the .reason' we iK I
    pleased to make use of Its facilities lly'a favorite Into .MunothlnK should. set a good example ; ::
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    geographical location to take advantage not have more ix-oan buyersIs .
    A* those who Were for it all along. of this travel trend." 1IpI'C181-W1th snap. beans or Breaking the law and telling \because of the uiigraded .-
    That is the history of all improvements summer squash, cook a children W watch out for the quality
    In bringing this new "industry" to tablespoon or two of minced<< police is not a good example. ftt
    in Starke and other growing Starke, which will employ a staff of
    communities throughout the Nation. approximately' 60 persons, too much Cook a few mint l Irnivenwith and where, your teenager can would be optional to the if Itlw'N

    .Always-and perhaps rightly so credit cannot be given to our Chamber I, poas Put a small : drive For. example' hoist 1l1'M' >'I'r. We would appreciate|

    there is a certain amount of opposition pinch or herb or Spice In the that mont. social driving t*> hearing from you. if you ,
    of Commerce-Its energetic manager would like to have. the t
    water when, saved for weekends. serv-
    to new proposal, but when you cook lima 4its
    every Pete Novak and its' k-r available l l that
    persistent beaas,-A little! vinegar and 4 Establish a nlrht-tun so 11\(9 can
    the is finally taken the differences
    step president! II. A. Bishop Jr. Without sugar heated tu<
    are soon forgotten and the new their untiring efforts, it j I" safe to say a Rood dressing. for map ing about who I 18 to rlittt In taming this. machine

    facilities are enjoyed and !shared by all. the projects never would have been beans or cabbage, with or the car, Include. several last week Oeorgtt Humiliu
    without few Irvrl-hradod. and As one who has sat on the window a tablespoon of young peoplefor
    realized. Our editorial\ hat is off to' to and looked at five acres >
    ]ledge- for lack of other available both of them. Here at last is t'P.m-Polnt up the flavorof riders |I of
    blackberries
    an answer i any green vegetable wl'thI 5. Set ItmJU on driving I, and talked
    spaceand has !seen the Councilmenmop to the evpr-recurrin question: i I meat drippings butter mar.Kathie m wed and. the amount of to the faun manager and<< hn SEEBER D.
    water (from a leaky roof) off I I U cimiploU'ly. sold< "What has the Chamber of Commerceever or 'salad oil with lemon money that can bit put Into ,

    their conference' table before starting' brought to Starke?" juice, horseradish, orj j gas. purU. and rvpiUrs. venture. .
    garlic"' Or add The "5 III'." of lit fsrLi that there" U I leas
    session' congratulate Keystone bits of era Vly driving are
    a we
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    So consritillations are In ori'" *>r for woiK |
    mis disease snit more
    fried l baron especially 111 -Chair: 111 -Orliool) HIH
    on thi; progressive! step. Keystone Heights and Starke. We tot I profit. than.
    rejoice !ATliiurh or other areerui &U: HI- S J'M"C.1.' HI-tit In about any GOODMAN'Cum
    I
    As for Starke's: good\ fortune, the with the leaders of both com-' Ham hock cooked whir. P'l' l -

    importance' of having a Holiday Inn munities. greons or green bean giv| .. -
    "For Ou
    f' a. wonderful flavor and Is Presbyterian Church >
    A Kw
    not too greasy. 'U you are

    I To Get The ftfgfif Answers ; tryln to, cut calories from II. Ualtnn lnwlyRthwlula Slinkier.
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    your diet, I'iMJPII1bIrhat fat, for week starting Cent ,; CITY COUNCILMANI
    I I to very: high In calories so It Aux, 30: a

    Faker liar extremist date makes to the other's claims. i with would fat bo pork.TEKNAOEKM best, not to raxon i sundry AumUy Hrhool l .Per Iyp I Ie Will Continue To Work For The Best Interest Of All

    hip-shooter irresponsible . 4. To get the right answer, you I IIU: am Morning' Worship

    preposterous ridiculous .. must! ask yourself' the right questions.The HEll: ,afrERvisroNTeena.em WHO DRI\R 11 am. Your Home Cnn !Taro The People At All Time.
    j \\.tn...Uy Joint, ....t.
    As out by political pundit best questions concern why and
    pointed who want to \ng\ of the MessUm anal' t>va< "COMPLETE"Peat
    Roscoe. Drummoml,, invectives such a* how-not merely what. drive cars need .U'>P1'Vlalon eons. 'J::30 p m Sector Has and Will Continue To Work/ For:

    these are already floating around in 5. Develop the art of Hatching. It I II. and ,control I from parent Thursday -- Choir practice, Control Servlc Heller Wnler Iteller. I DIHUe* llrtttr Itrrrrntlon, HetUr Street

    the atmosphere! find it ta evident that is. a rewarding state of mind. In respecting 'KlN''plnll la coolly up and with un.the..I.Jones.es" ... In,I,, T:3O: pm. O*. eaU. does It all. Tear More. industry. llrllrr P lr! unit fire PruUrtlon For Economy:

    partisan oratory In thIs'year's presidential your own view, respect the other' word, when students I I \11'4..TIUr.r! ks : bom laMfMirlml sad |real..lregularly In Jiorrnmrnl A Doll.ir., Worth of. S...nl"". .For A Dollar Worth of

    campaign will be very partisanand views of other nan rtlU'tjw' school boa ; lt\ITIT (11"11' I fo, ._.. sad raaVata. Tate* Securing hula On All (City I'urchiu> .

    very "oratori al." 6. Realize that you can hare a!* there., lent much exeusx to I' ', nar year pst imav

    that drive acar to aeho<.L $Is I .O ) 'murk Went Madison. HtA teal l probk.. ... in the hand lt ..fr.rop.twt Sccbcr D. Goodman Is
    "There is no doubt the U.S. I is deep a conviction as you wish even .
    there ( tlouthent lUpUit ChtirehlRurviay .. .....rs.. .t ewees
    heading: into a highly emotional and when you recognize that the other Control Is n side has lot of truth in It. Frequently H.rvlrss. ): I IHa
    inflammatory campaign/: says Mr. a two .reasons First f'lIWnaI.r[ A .UIII\I : .MAN .\ TAXI'AYUK:
    Drummond in pointing .up the need people hesitate to look faithfully at .UM of a car ruts. a ..tudenti.clual ) mis y fu-hnul .'n. ",. I'I.na. consider thus -
    A I'rrwannl l
    Morning Womalp It 00 a. m. 1'1. f fur )'lIlIr,1.. unit Hupport. I hop
    for coolness" and calmness In the the other side for fear the strengthof rra 4It'II. One r..nttltac17
    reports that a student Training I'Mon .:IS pm. In .... rnch. of you Iwrn,. !Heplemlier' Mlh. Ihouith\ I know .It will hit Im-
    weeks November their convictions! will be weakenedby
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    !! remaining before ,
    using ,a car every evenlm' Is Evening Worship T::10 pm. PestConlrol possible ,In see eteryon YIMI run I I. ure I will malt every tvmpt( laM
    "Under these conditions" the only the fact that some of the artru- i r\\ W dn Mlay T'30 p m. >.. and ask
    20 time more likely to pt you your ote, Your Interest. will 'b* my Interest nn way we can really know what is going ment on the other side are valid. than A .r&dooa. Orad drop i ibecause I A ChrtntUlt w.lrotn awalla" ,,11t./ I law my guide l In working M* your rounrllmnn.'

    on in this superheated campaign is to You can have a 100 J per cent C"onvlc.tlon ualnx a car la Ums I all> who cum. I''I A CHEMICAL CO.

    I I keep our heads even if. at times all even If there be only a ten percent non. other Ulan old angryP.dd1e1" within a .....11 it .is high Please Vote For Sccbcr Goodman
    'hOlt.
    1-3905
    the politicians seem' to be losing difference between vcmr view ever, and loaded with u." .I
    <<< ,IM, 11,1, ? A.ty' i
    theirs.' warns Mr. Drummond.He and those' who conclude differently. looking black aredl>ea
    also tell us ,to make certain 7. Periodically engage in some good Pmqrfte all the rain _>. hope the spraying will 1-

    that others do not do our thinking for intellectual housecleaning At e\ery'' had the berry grower have be ued.. a* sorneUitng should .
    their land In pretty good be done.Th ,, "V
    u*. that we think for ourselves, judge good opportunity look at your favor-1 lot the etwnlnai _eon. i 'I ,
    shape for .
    for' ourselves, and decide. for ourselves ite opinion and prejudice, : put them But the hay-tusker haw I racist' crass at our .ae, I ?! 1/: It t 1'i ,

    before casting' that final ballot at the out on the table in rout of you. 1\lakel had a sorry tlm trying to i place ,Is bad enough Wove '
    \ ,\\i .
    \ I
    polls.Toward them- justify themselves' before you r mow, bale and get the stuffIn mowed It and within a week. \ .
    barns between showers." 'It U. right up airaJn, but at
    this end. Mr. Drummond put them beck in your mind. .
    i iW .least It dorant ...v. UMM
    offers the following guideline that "There i III no special l dispensation. for .. over at UM Urftarro, black _dhHdol, Anti .so-IIw''

    he has used in helping him appraise the capacity to think logically, cogently market In Hush Springs UstThurMtar Ins of mowing .. have apropelled

    public affairs and report them objectively objectively, usefully, We're goingto for the cloain.. >day ..!/- '! trmrr sn-1< U I

    during many year of po- need to do it in this campaign," .s>. and bear Brewer say, Ia. d rwty,, You hare tel 1

    lit l'al writing: says Mr.( Drummnnd. "This aea.on was the .beet walm. but .t hra.t you dont.ris

    for/ prtre rye ever. _n. I' ,. to push 'It. sad In UO| ....
    1. Cherish! and nourish the desire In this. connection. The Telegraphwill ... .
    Oat 10 tents a pound for/ hot ..uLt.- Ua t you,,
    for full information. One i I" not fully doubtless discus, during the next more than M PIsot! tnlmeco do the Is I ser off you are .

    qualified to assert an opinion until he few week. some of the iur. involved and I _.r Uvauati we'd L. ,

    i I" able to expound the can for the In the campaign In our editorial. ever .H that hUJi her* In Raw a boa UirU txtIn. '
    C'olumlU.'p realize that of our bHl.' front 4 ow t*'. UM ark
    counter opinion. many -
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    .. H was whine lu Say a'
    2. U.. a variety of source of in- our reader will not agree with some see where th* Yapeywn.ataruon eras the busy four IsiS'hlanw.f Njr

    i formation. Whenever pnMibl. read of these expressions. of opinion. Wr Jos coan up wMti a and y...f>M CD l K t'I| tk. *1 1 +... wk

    the full text of the speeches of hope, however, that they. will I* no- mean Of evatmUtna' orgwwta hurrror get kU).d ArpWently -
    pretlential ciTe I In the spirit of Mr( Prumrwrvr at ,rMtaa
    \ nominee Make( an '.(fort to adrice: "In respecting. your own view. gra- uaoil for I dalde.by thee ssa not sign of M taw I k, k

    tap source of opinion and appraisalwith respect the view of other** Toward the '" atoP4- r) pc.whkrtt that 4r Thn you tlcink of I
    which you are likely to dUagree. *,*.,*.*.' tan fast Mid It. .aU ant dUOS aradraaona .....
    3. this end we take this opportunity ofInviUne ankh H both. ugly to l took' at Lint the (luUM whkh .
    you feel other* to expre. their own .mj lr..( M.* tar Uw** affected y.i the m.\ .is aum.d with in wall-to-wall warmth
    should be controlling' and! try to examine views thmuth! the medium of letter fcr pnlr, EBf""""flta I .their. .n' _. arid U.. .w Wrap yourself
    4ef.
    the answer that each canJi- to The Telegraph. Ns_ tiwa that If UM i r", ...-._" 1..4 ate-w safety 11.

    b t sprar.4 with a rtvsnsralla '
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    tN 1II t1n.. H win (TO* ala Maybe Ur) :'a an ol)m4trwon with Standard Heating Oil!
    Farmer's null. Peddler d..rrlad 1M and taws! raped rate and" .... ,,....... tat II b, wTr4 <
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    Diary con for s-,.& lt> .nJ TewAt w.4rrsda. g t*. M*>g.fl4. M styes :
    -.***. a Attrv look a MXbwi '
    rr Mtfkg Ml *mt *nak* like ;
    Pt s.M.C.re.v ., d n. fwd slat .. tvkd K la now, tfw aMU ra. .. ......, "ln4M4 nl toUt .... + "Wan' imamanal' hatlw >'* f fL v>r.. ".JI.I! anal' t earned.> .

    sad .a_..M w.r, skit .hn uses *.wp v. with Uw trawWe're a riper ItJM. b. UM wa1I (&II wall* You tn enjoy this hind of healthful ffrrnfort' Jt
    ales drav i I I
    ; I I to kale wart at, a J fnmtb.r wt fare la hcm UM. .CIrt----M sir tm ttt* ** *! >iamt> rpafter IItrUM !,wk. ...*. t rely what e y lr'' wish.y beg; with wetl l.tuilt 'h u- I hat'* upfill4 with
    tt>** UN.n Uwre *rRM a taa mam.it. aa.4 happens I. lrtra *

    crowd-. la work .tug. ____ __ __ __H_'__ Etaalanl, 1f..tI"[ OiL UJurf.u, Cfaus.b.rrlayllllafldard: y
    f UtoM U. br"U l pC atane i I Jl.aUai OtI C.mt n'4 rewire. }fives' .041 /., p1vMr mess-wi .

    aD rusts. \.QA'44 frt Calf/ ) 1 ..
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    COUNTY TELIaUrH:
    On the war ""'"'. Sall uw 4
    lerrakr termrre.1 chary l; .._ p ESTABLISHED 1079. w K. C. DUNCAN Agent

    the k 3 4 the a 1+p.- V' -. a'M [' L. Manrywe, (...*- asyeatN.eN '' KI.., .>
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    Mel John: Mseraa How-art' i* ta** a ptrtsire *f 1s ra. "'fi'i M tswesrs v u_ T.. .-. ..-...- )Vr tolls ktkf tr. of La*. hides, tb* aw .
    eat aJ: .
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    her Baal was' 1SS-.. ..lsadp. tar krta.. M a P..v 0..>.. A.. heats Pt& U_ Apr O. ""-c. *. tersIM a

    "II" mvwA is .... n& .... osre MpFS ,
    4s .l Jo. *. H.. ....dM .. to wary. GIlt rseet tied s. psa'i TKK TNAMC. AIUCA CMC TEAR" & .1. .. .. HOC Warlal tJ*. --- -

    e... 1M Jtaq aM I, : OOTUIVB TKAbB ARia. .- OMB Test. |fas> . MX: JUM'l'tU' IIJA 'era/YAM" Oil eOMHmr lWNCII'ItBradford /

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    :" ." KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, MELROSE GRANDIN AND LAKE GENEVA

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    -, STAKKK. ri.onil Tfll'ItSn"Vt.o.. 27, 1901I ,.


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    I :ru KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS 514. A,4f h r MELROSE Voters OK New City Hall


    E By Mary K. Mt( <-hiM" -ffer Grant ItothliammtrtA
    ny MM.

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    "p w. I: And Loan from Bank
    KEYSTONE"UEIhHTy & atone. I FAITH PRESBYTERIAN: $35,000
    .' fo (UOOL FACULTY, I I3JT Mrs Ann Sanborn will be I rstA Registration for Kindergarten

    NUMBER back to teach Business Edu at Faith Presbyterian

    ." -With the TWENTY-FOun'\I cation. She wag here last .A Church will be Wed Am. v Keystone\: heights voters and property owners! _

    fttnrtlng August 31, we 'felt. I year for the second semester. I 28. at 10 a. m. for all children battle Tuesday night when almost. t
    that a timely 'subject would Mrs Norma VallcdJuH will of tho community between ed a ten-yeur-old I
    -- the a roster, of Keystone bo starting her second year I the age of four and gw + 90 per cent of them trouped to the polls to appro ..

    = heights( School so we visited' as Spanish.- Teacher.: I AA flv year*. the new municipal building. bv a 20-plua rnajorit;

    -' Mr. Knuth during ana ot hlsj I Mrs. Millie Jo Wilkes Dill I This Is a non-profit pro- Both:> Issues carried by laU.1 i
    :: busy afternoons and not the I, be back for Gh'Is' Physical I ject for the community!,. margins 139 freeholder!! this truly a citywIde err J ;
    ,
    ray zens-supported projer-
    following list: I Education her second year There are still a few open- (property owners! voted approval -
    believe It's time for the ,
    = Philip Knuth will be the in Keystone tm<' The price is $12 /SO per t'I of the $3 ,OOO loan( po
    Principal starting on his ] Coach Leslie Rhoden month Mr. L. O. Baldwin /Irom the Keystone; State pie of Keystone to pet /
    = third year, which he says. 1111 new this year and will be IS'I U I the. teacher. ; : : Bank while 119 orpoaed ii. gether In a united efforI t

    ii., record. for Keys tone I charge of Boys' Phys. ., The Church] Fellowship On the second: question! a I build and." promote our ,-oirmiinlty. .

    Height It's the sort of record I i football, and other sports, I\ (dinner will be August 28. :resolution: to bulH a i.ew l i .
    = our school needs, for !In and will teach a course, in Linda Elaine Hill William Terry and Mrs. Fred municipal building, 132 qualified Tax Assessor Cook .a
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    'r .. our. opinion a constant history I llttan of Park of the Palms! electors voted yes anl: simply that "the court! 'ud
    = turnover tends to make the I I j i AsKlntant, ,, Coach will boOrville Weds Wm. Austinn I w tit be in charge: of the din 120 no.Poth. has been carried" out arthat's

    -w children feel Insecure. At any Davis, Jr.. who will Hope Church ner. groups foand: that. Cook Slot
    rate. Keystone Height iSI\I teach a course In science M.U.M' : BAPTIST!! ajalnst hewed to the line with Pangborn. Manne.n.

    = lucky to have such a wellnualiflndi. | and In health He, too, InI Mr. and Jitrs. Leo L. Hill The( WMU Aftxoclatlonal of In setting a voting pattein. and Watkins fought: passa
    of the project vigorous
    dedicated man for 'I new thl. year of Keystone Heights an- Bantu Fe River Association: Those: ocp.)8--fl: voted aJal'.at ;
    during the month
    = prlfClpal.s 'I Mrs. Virginia Jordan Itt nouiu-a> the marries of their : will hold a meeting Thurai I l both tle: building and the On the "for"past side Counc
    Joseph P. Benson, a new- I back: again to teach science dHuahtrr, Linda Elaine, to i j day morning August 27 at 'an, while' those favoring: :
    = l'.mf'r. '. will 4 fie Assistant Mrs Betty Bentby will be William Leon Austin son of i ElUm; Baptist Church. A The Winner! -- New Municipal Building the pro; : 'ct vote for approval Chairman clltncn Bill Jack Beam Habmtro Cote!

    w- Principal.nuldamee. the mathematics teacher, I Mr. and Mrs Forrest Austin covered dish luncheon will ".')r both. :,
    Gel Williams and.J
    Councelor Is Mrs. her first term in Keystone. [ of Ashland! Muln_ formerly be served following the The controversial issue was | e v
    = ... Ann Null, who will also teach James A. Jackson will be of KWdtono< Jlrlllhta 1 I tniM'tina. I of Mrs. Ethel Sever Wllk's parents Mr and Mrs.J. !spawned last April when Warren also fought for pa-
    : 1&:01111811&: back again this year to teach Dl'I'I.ICATE nitllXiK I Mr, and Mrs Tommy V. Slade. Mayor M. L. Beasley! recommended axe of the municipal bullIng ,
    = Starting. with! the Primary history and social studios. The wedding took place | Winners/ of tho Melrose I Odom and children: of Mrs. Ada: Roberson is visit- WHERE ELSE! to the City Council I .
    Tuesday evening, Aug. 23. atl Chairman\ Beam said
    e. | Qracevlllo spent their vacation Inn! her and th
    Ol'llde..e, have: Mrs. SusieGkunto Mrs. Claire Lutz has returned I Duplicate Bridge! Club forest son daughter- that it approve plans for( anew '
    w teaching Klrnt Orade. to teach Engllsth. Hope! Ilupllut Church: There'l| l week Include the folluw- ( with t irlatKts; and in-law, Mr. and Mrs. J, o.I municipal building as the successful election v.
    V Two rasa with the Kev. Merle i filpnr4 In Melrose I I II I I Robinson' ut By Ann Pitt I I due to the people who wort.
    graduating classes from starting her second setneiiter i Ina": Mrs. E. H. Cooper"and Port Orange!! developed by a Citizens Planning
    = Keystone Helots High in Keystone Heights School. Puckham performing the Mrs. n. P. Vo /h. first place; I .l\.1I's.\ Ruby Mil lI"pt and end Mr. and Mrs O. HHoljlnson I.. Committee.The I I ed so hard. When! the prop
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    School) for the most port, Miss Emma. Kate Manse rrretnony.( Mrs H,, 8rflur and' Mrs. 1110/1/ of Blackvllli, W Va.. : at Melbourne, an- Where else can you have Council voted 4-1 to want something" 'they'll 100.,
    Miss Marlene Llnsln WAS I
    = were taught In first grade by field will be buck to preside the bi Ida's maid of honor, Mary. Cooke. end< Mrs. P. Mr. and Mrs Fred other son and daughter!! such "hot" elections Thank accept the :Mayor's recommendation II to get ItBeam

    Mrs Oomto. she has seen a over the Library her first Boyd and Mrs. C, Matson, I Tootliman and son of Fairview law goodness It'" all over. I'm with Councilman: credited member
    while Al Martin served
    tot of. = to say ''nothing of Its growth whom Keystone. School( henna groom's of best man. n.: Bryan and Mrs. n. Crab- days: with :Mr\ and Airs. DUly' :Misses Anna Bail and RediRcbiiuion the people won those who ly negative vote. The bat- mlttee and people who (0:1: :

    Our school wouldn't be the would never be the same IliB Oalneavllle was at tree third place. H. Cop Iun-l. Mr( Michael \ In Palatka Thurs- voted for the new municipal tle began with a petition OPposing I ed a citizens action eroi
    = Mr. organ U Mr. Copelnnd's mother. day. about two weeks before ele
    "ame without her. Knuth office assist1 PF.RMONAI.M I. building and those who voted the construction of a
    5r.t Mrs. Florence ant will be Following thlIf'rvlce/ a Mrs. Vera Anderson of Or- Melvin Drake visited his 1, Lion day andV"knocked c
    *: Harris will 1 I Ir Mrs. Helen Wlldt, Don Chestnutt of Hattleiibtirv I i against. municipal building without
    fiR-Hii tench sewnd, ( ftrndo. who is new this year In Keystone reception. was given for thenouple Mlsii. la visiting his nnge Hplithts Is visiting Mr. mothT-in-law. Mrs. Ma.e'l' Let's hope the battle scars' putting the issue to a referendum doors to put it.over '

    = A newcomer to the faculty, School, but everyone Kuvkpndall bv and Mrs Mrs.Eva IncaTrirat Mae uurit, Mrs. Teen Elfienucher. and Mrs R. M. Canon. Terrell last week. heal quickly: and everybody I I When the petition Dirk Spence; Thom,

    Mrs. Kay IJndney, will teach knows her here at Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Mr. and Mrs. Mutt Cox Mrs.! A.V.. Atkinson and works to help our commune I failed to halt the project a headed the citizens actltaroup .

    = third grade. Mrs. Juanita rSkceUI louse in TlieresMa.thpCommunity Miss Unld'n and children' spent and children spent ThursdayIn children of Orlando visited ity. I heard from !the grapevine court /suit was brought by Spence-Thomas
    Fourth Orade 'will be dl- ailmton will again bo direr' Thurwliiy nt King's Ferry ruincsvllU.' >, Mr. and Mrs Omar Huff Tuesday night that the Tux Assessor James Cox, Foc- also vice-chairman of tl

    er vldrd between Mrs. Bonnie) for( of the I School' Cafeteria. t bride royce Vlnlng of Jacksonville cousin of, the. with Rep. and Mrs. Clia" C. MUM Carol Chlnpplnl I U and family. :i, only councilman who voted I'I Council Chairman Don Citizens Planning Ctnnm,
    < kept
    r Joues. ., and Mrs. Agnes Mr Knuth feels he has a the Smith pnd family. Mrs. visiting her aunt and uncle Mrs. Lucllc Rlgdon and against the building had already ,, Pangborn. and Arthur F. tee that gave birth to tl
    brlrln'n t book.
    eA Strong, nonnle. his been i In good faculty of well-qualified Vlnlivj. another" cousin/ Sharon, Holden and Mrs. Smith are Mr. and Mire. Alvin Bockam. :Mrs\ V. Y. Crawley spent called at least one II Mannerlng', an unnucceofulI 1 idea; of a multl-punxr
    ns-
    = I our school about 11 I years, J.coal"her.-a with a least II tinted In serving.Following slsteis. In Johnson ,: Thursday In Jucksonvllla. I member of the council who I candidate In last Dccem- building.
    sod Agnes 1 III returning'' for Rank III Certlftcatoand the reception Mr. and Mrs. I>. W. Kin. Mr and !Mrs Dnnny Mar'In Mr. and Mrs. William B. :',' voted for It and pledged his i I ber's election The court Mrs. Charles! Walleniuast
    !ln'i-" second!' year. many with Masters J Degrees: ''he couple left for clrlk of PeniHoola snrntTnes'lav formerly of Sanford, are Martin and children. Billy support. titled In favor of the plaintiffs .)> secretary of the OU.& ''

    = Mrs Audrey Williams, another Everyone IMS remarked on rln* to Malm a wedding with Mr. und Mrs now mnklnK their home In and David of Alexandria. .i That's what makes this and the Council was Planning committee heai

    j newcomer will. .teach the terrific turnover of The bride Is a graduate of V. Y. Crawlev. Melrose. | Vi. were recent visitors of I I town such a wonderful place enjoined to stop constructionof ed the women's door-to-do<

    = Firth grade teachers every year In Key Keystone HHxhU. high Mrs. O. T. Koblmon visits ,, Mrs. Ijnm Wllkn und 1'1\11- j, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hold- I I to live. I the project until a referendum campaign for the cltlw

    .... Sixth Orndo will be divided atone! Of the 24 members School, class/ of 19Q4 her. /sinter Mri. Kate Chess i drrn and: MiM Barbara rn and family. I could' be he'd.' action group Working T::!

    w between Hugh Ollphant, and on the faculty, only nix: are! \Mr. Austin graduated from trr. In Palntka! and Misses Whltnlcle This Is the last week" of From Wilma Stover who In a post-election statement Mrs: Wallenlus were Sir
    of New
    r :JUrj. Nolda Bniirord-both of f brand. new to Keystone, and Clay High School: In Oreen Iledu and Annu Bell Robin- Smyrna va?ation. school starts Mon- works down at Bclote's. ,' Mayor BruAley said Kitty lh-Olave. Mrs. Luc!:

    ..:: whom .were here last year. I with the size of the faculty Cove Springs with tho claw/ I run In Gnat Palatka Thurs I: spent, the weekend with Mrs. day. comes her description of I "The opposition bag been Maasa Mrs. Delores Sp"'nc\ '
    Tn Junior-Senior growing' every there soundly defeated in a contest Thomas, Mrs. Marie B_-
    V lug) yenr of 1003.: and attended& Bt. dnv. i I Keystone./ "It's truly the i
    :-r.: I Reboot( the Music Tracher ha* to be some new case Johns River Junior College, Mrs. H. J, Brltton snMrs. :! t Mrs .", Warner and three tion. during which Mr. town of the good Bamarl- 'i of their own making The Mrs. Helen Warren and Mri
    Mill be Mrs. Barbara. Ogllvlo, Since/ moot of the! faculty lie Is currently! employed. by 'I Josephine Fleminmade e dchildren of" fast Mollne: Ill Tamm spent a month hi I I I tan.. 'I[ voters have Indicated their) Nettle. etitchberry.\
    I i
    .;: who frill"tract* Band. She I has bc'Mh're before Mr. Trlent Construction/ ( Co of I a business trip to 11'0 Warners lived In Starke, 1 Europe with relative, and j'!, Wilma spoke from know- approval of the municipal 1 J, O. Hanson also a ruin'\
    -- will be starting her second! I Knuth Bald|.| that tills year, he Kvywtone HelKltts. Ja"1clW onvlllc, Monday. "some years ago arid Jerry I Mrs Tamm visited friends ]II III |I ledge, too. Her home burned I project .a* originally plannedby bar of the Citizens Pitons

    -M- semester! here. will dlspetuto with the "Meet1 After the wedding trip the Mrs n. L McDontld of and Everett worked togetherfor and relatives In Ohio and down last month while "h..1 the Citizen Planning Committee, headed a nun

    MrcReitaWalker. will 1 the. nllchel' night and rouple will reside at the'! Luke Vatdnntft.... U vlaltlnn her }Humphrrya Oold Corp. Michigan I IMn was in Daytona and the pro. Committee and approved by door-to-door campaign
    = truth Home nconomlrs. This leave that for the first, PTA Oenva Trailer Park. o'I-ln.l\w' and dp'"Jhter l Mr. On Frtdu-yi cvenUig, the Edward Corbett of pie came to her aid. the Council and mayor despite Other members of t it!

    -4 4 III her second year In Key meeting. an-l Mm. Omnr Huff. Warners were dinner guests the Club Estates is up and I Wilma said that she justdidn't efforts" of a few dissenters Citizens Planning. Commlt'j-!
    4 I At that time Mr. Knuth I Mf ad Mri Jamea Hurt o I of the Foxes" and that evrnI round again after a sojourn know how to express to cloud the1A ue were: C J (JPetel' O'Conno

    _____ .. will Introduce each mi'inber dent Frank Nuoney MUnil! ere visiting.. her (,Is- I Ing they left for Alabama, In the Bradford County Hos her gratitude and love to thepcope and defeat the project. chairman. Bill Belote. U'
    = Edna Williamsn..oIU1IiITN"RI'IICHV of the faculty, so bfp sure to I' In addition cacti donations Icrs. :Mrs, John Ilnrrw1. Mn. then to Arkansas! and on to here "We hope the opposition David ,r.'eL'IOJa.nd A. O ux.\

    55 5S attend this Important meetm << hove been rccplvitl from! Oi,,- Hownrd Morris. Mrs. CoJia i their home. Other guests(! on pitalMrs Leonard Nutty and She has I'm sure Her; will now Join us in making don.

    *. car Kdelsteln and !Mrs.\ / JanIce Chesser. Mrs Kthel Sever Tuesday evening at the Fox son of St Claire Shore. I pleasant smile and friendly 1.
    .. 'LU\\US; EYE: MIM.M ('USTIN"'.: I H. But' In, and Mr\ M".i. Terrell Thy home were Mr. and Mrs., Mich. were recent visitors at j greeting. portray enough .
    Oeomn M. Bcha.ffi> of lwnt' Ororgc Ml*:viil. f
    r Lion
    I. arhae/fer would like Thursday at the home i the home of Mrs. Nutty'. 0k
    55.. the Keystone Heights Lions I people to know that It they i I Mr., and MrtJlf'nry parents, Mr and Mm loLfHlnnc : And from Mrs Helen. Wal- s J $ %.;
    Club announces the! names' do not care to sign w11b I Domlu.- of Pontiac Mkh leniiM. who deserves heap
    rye- ,
    of Club f>: tates
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    55 of,, thOM who have addhi'w of Mrs Lawson, I were visitors of Mrs. Lena :Mr and Mm. Herman Ro- of praise. for her 34-hour
    5S ( to the lUt. of donors and :Mr\ *. Clrtnerts and of Hillcresthis t
    to Anyone( desiring Informa, Pew also from sons ell of Club Estates:! have .returned work days on getting. the
    the North Florid" Eye Hank hun tin this t'OInml'n.Ilbl. 110.1| np..t'll week. They went. on to municipal: building plane
    = For All Iitrn.lans for Restoring Sight Inc., tlvlty of the Koyntone IJnna Mrs. Rdlth ThornqulKt and I Miami. and plan. to ."top during from which a vacation they visited trip pasnrd by the voters: 'Me?

    4 MlllrOM riKMMl OK 0-23.11 I which la located In the J. Club ls Invited to contact'' her sister, Mrs. Ruth Ohll... n, I with the Clemens en route" their sort and his wife in : Why all I wanted to do was

    MM 1I1I1U Miller/ Health CenterO.tne.vtlle Mr Brhm-ffer. / at 473-4137, If have returned from a 10wrrk borne! next week.' The Jofljn, Mo. and did sum extensive contribute something to Keystone
    you live In the Milrone. I : vacation In Illinois and l Uomkes who will .retire In ."
    I I toes' / fUhiny.!
    Thin. sr.: Ruth A. Mlt- you are asked.. to contact Mlnnrftnta." visiting family three years planned to stopat
    Mrs. Hunter McJTJrath and
    -= MURRHEE shell Clyde E.: Mitchell Ruby W"ltnVllaon, at 47S-SA43. 1 ,and\. old frlvmU. Tlivy, .Ise ..tI RainboW BPrt"thb two sons of JackaonvlII path M.... Amy McElrath'son.
    Oiteen, Ol nn William IITIH'H' K, Clltl'MAN.: f I tended Ute wedding of :Mrs. wprk to look over the property it
    = Iruurance 1' Bench have been visiting Is currently: in Viet ,
    Agency Rdwsrda. Ella' Margaret Kdwurdn. I. IIM'.tl. KKMIIIKXT.: 1>IKN! TlHirnnul set and ,rand- th-y own there Mrs McBlralh's mother-in- Nam.
    Carol Cantrell. .lid| <' Arthur R. lIIu.hl..r. H a 1d :Mr. land Mrs Frank" Tammare
    Chapman of r a Jean : Keith' Van Atta andContinued
    nS. II'.Ire.:\ Amy McElralh. atk.I.I Mary
    General Insurance Sarah Catherine. Nooney. | Twin" Lake, Lake Oerwa. Ttjornqul'tt. 11CIIIrrndon back. : at their Club F..- j' .e4
    ( : )JI..unrsnttl: State [ On Next Pagel 1
    S. F1r -. Casualty' Marine Givingcredit. where. cmllt1I I died WediusuUy. Aug 13 Ins Hills.)) Ill If Edith and Ruth I totes" home after their ruca- -- --a -
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    =.: I III due the latter four namewere Nmilfonl went North to
    Auto Bond* County HwpltiU.( | earai,* the ,t _
    -S Kee\on.n.Jchta. 47.47R4w obtained by Mr*. Dot. after a short. Ulneu. He _..u'' Florida summer. wt" thrr, i S
    w Nooney. wife of Won 1'1'\111.!lIT 77 years old they were dlioppolntrd. for( :[?

    .. Mr. Chapman a foniwrrmldent &lust area suffered the hot. :I,I ONNEHsIGHTpEMEoROS
    KEYa
    of HI.Uh.. moved : test summer for the rust- -'-. I
    w to ate Keystone Heights arM I )year! I

    In I IBia. He bad rrUred i In Mn Charles nur.1tvI and
    1 iESd:! after 14 ymrs s. FU two i-hlldrrn. anti| Mrs Clor1 -- -- --

    MU: I WOULDtfr 0ts SO BAP IF I Chief member in of Illnlrah the HUlrah He was"I'f'In. 'a- don1 Dunn" all cousin.of m. MUM louts Onto:Mo 1 i I t I I lilt (i>Mnrn)> rUM > AIJTO STORK: UKSTAUHANTS:

    .."'. Ik" left for Inane I w ,v114atyTI'IZ : ..
    = VOUR 'TAK0 i HOME PAY ni>volent Asmcln-I, TUesday after | Bedlcrs!
    then and Past Master of the .1..tUIII11'.r/ i | > a week'" with \ IvlN I tVeatern Auto
    = STAYEDMERE 1 Masonic.. OVIa lays of Ilia. Mr. and Mr.*. Joe WalUrr' on (Color nUt-k ftNhlU Holiday InnRestau1"ant tS..1/

    wM Imh. He Na. also a member Lskellew Drive,. Mrs Oordttn Utt: IUCi..11. \T IH'* I Associate Store

    5- '\ I of the Low Twelve Club. 'I.and..'.Miss.IIIt'C't'II.. Dunn' l.wl.Y Mr Wai-. I .1.1.T IJISC'tI'Tl'r' ( ; I. Arplt-----Maj-e M Ana! e The dollar that grows as ho grows

    5 HurMron include his. Mrs. Sunday 1 r- \1lh lkrr li. ctn., Fad .wjee.r.te.
    widow,, Mr WalUr. two .sisters A.... A.-rt. Tins, \t. Prle..i!
    r Mark
    man of Keystone J HrUhU Chap.. ; Mrs U. A. Well, and Mr Wheeler's ........no"poIf'ttac- (1)I I.PTEIY r.Monn.itt Icre'. a young man with a future. 1 Ilis parents
    Isabelle
    -- 4' fr S ono Sm. Arthur R., Ctmpmm WaILsre's Edwards ho and Mr: Discount Store 1i5.-1r. nteyt"..... OPKN T DATE WEJIXL have an ins rett i sat ings account for him wtlhc..The

    ). Jr. HUlcnh,, two i, nice-S .not Iowa. 1__ a-... dollars
    step- famlllre. Mr ami Mrs. n.. ............., Pant,. (1554.. .. : being sated "growth dollar"the
    s"tM. Capt. xaeI tk/w. Mi.lr.ehy.l.wteK. .
    5 Larrr A. Clotty. Dinwnor 1 AUt ( e1. I.... ... .......
    5 \lHA"1<-hlta, Kan. anal .. anti rhlldrrn and ... ft iU. >tlalVLTO $5-u.. ... kind that will grow while he I Is growing.
    r I Mr .1 Mrs J U Mclnwi- Tf.nr. !Norm at ft..4Kirr Lane When
    5. Harry W Club ot Raleigh aid and your children are ready for college will
    N C and clUdnPn.u of HKtOirrSNUIISEUV J ) 'Ti>r<* InaHIn""
    KKTSTONK: :
    01. d.uaht.r. J It"k seuvicKTerrelPs be ?
    ou Build
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    5r t !Mrs IXtrothy CamptwlL HuW with 801'1'the 11'-Wallar. stall the' day ) ready your college fund with

    r 1 f \ -.h.Iflrrrke. and Uictr bard working-growth dollars-at
    .. ttmu from Bt Louts IlKAL: ESTATE.C.
    wr held at 4 pIn nrur Miller.... of IlvMwkwt.. -

    5r S'g tUturO-r. Aug II. atCNil Teas. has torn s vrn.lln. this GnU Service -

    ; ,! ,' HUd! of HUih! > h. -)nUlIth hit Int1dnaoUwr No A r-J 'T1r First Federal Savings & Loan

    M-. V_* y __ MUn l fprtn ( l.'sel l Mstonit Mrs. Clew MLrShensukwtew -. .. -., *_! I Boat lloo Up At RtseIaoMklla. N.rSery lrk no... J. Pete O'Connc

    .s ..teaw .55 r. w.. IraresMe *rror" werwhekf his Drlv*. ll. kit for .- Passelrsea.%< .Mot... .a F'hlt T.T.*I Rr.'L TOil Association of Starke
    N at. P1lplet' Mrmorlal --. *M *rnoi l
    N part 'fl .d.y of Ills wv 't tut e OPKX T A, M, TIt PM (11.... 1'_ :Nk.- ......... T'- ae-'L LaTarl

    rrNoN UI! IIM.M of Mr U.nl1btuoI oilwr a..t_ IIrt. jA1.' "S4JT'e E."I"a la.daag.rtm1. .iwoarnanr. ""R''U 21* N r1h Tempi' (Phone it I.6.no

    = TlialH true( but If' )hate Mr and Mr* Charles ha** been. her tUughtrr ant Iftsgfsts T.L1147$'
    .. jou (uupetxl <(<"N iwrteht.. and rhtMrvn fttmliy. e... and Mm U"t4 APPl.IANCrS ... AO. !. ....-._ Ftaal. lc.9t- A 101 Ol'R

    --4 It -! tlae Bile way U. faith aieT' ft.>m Ht Ritnon't UM.' On wean,? And thUdnrn. .,. ho .1ayltat.. ('aasaUw'.I. au.i .-. +
    >M t >.. -It-net -'UMr ha. .bva kmlrd- T V Service ePSWiH&'x' / ll I I ANTICIPATEDeEfifc :" .
    I at Chr Centeft. I nO4 ( "' ''''y ........; II
    = lone JIM Ilk cliccklng account, .\ legal end, stn. ,. I\l': plow and .rhU awl AFO i M lUtnota, &..t VaO.C. oe \- -.-. *"flrmviuE
    ... After i I"M.. ....... K, nit.. ...re..e4swsa >nviini'
    dress 01'p' :.U t..lIDrtY... several rhuun w.ra. In k" a. unr... r" .ws
    .:. receipt and l (CUI>l(_ lime wliug.N Mr and Mn Jimmy t*.- st-ts., utua... trrt T1s.+...., ) Carries Nursery .. : t51rNi k-.e.. aY __ ''!': Jt /0 RATK
    lltvtr .. 4.rtMrtM4 Moter-i ,' "-C. a-a. e.r..r l.s. M'
    < tBtMn" VJU'v 1'0;" ANM
    N r nn of NAV>II Ck ..-\Q WWI4T taws '' .
    sired this __'kend wlUt Mr, 5.51 aqt .is T1.trsa. 1'-:.. ..4 g eww. n ML East= Of Sa**1 Oa'Itwy ..wr rayg1e. .. ... T...

    w and Mr*. Bill rw Vtr JapS" *. Mr*. wwao.e 4 w a.n'a' AH V ,fcMTV I |e. Al n..nds..wi ......

    w I ....-nn U In* fusser.. J_n to is Joe_ Joe.,....,., canto STESUCOm i .-.- "'-- Ue.lwssUear. Also _
    MorrU. Mm FVws .....r. Mr gad Mr JCWnooc' rot S. McKay, Realtor
    : __ aJ: eta n.ftl'dl In 5114 eiWslo ( TV { r5... ea4isleNIghs Sec First Federal First
    I L R L c. U"TONI III'ON"' Key.dwrverl n (w s,1vw.bty s.na... tbUkM471uis
    W.et c.>/.,.,. 4 TV .-- &::.
    = -It-1--J-).n.- -_- -U 1'&IIU'Wft.or, IMama. bee M4ryraw.4 aunta, ....... T"- s sad T w P .. n-
    ?t: .. Aeetxatnsnvlne the 5q .5-4 they wwre noct..s. R.s.... Ilas.g.* 1a-4Ie1 For Home Loans

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    t,: her brother. Philip of Se- :
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    : 'bring have been spcndnlg
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    J... this week with their aunt _
    ; (and uncle.
    Mr and Mrs. William
    I Lockwood and son of Toledo. _
    Ohio have been vUutlng Mr a, M1 f PICNIC I _
    Lockwood's parents. Mr and :i \
    Mrs Arthur C. Lockwood of i
    Live Oak at The Ohio vlnit- _
    ors stayed for about 10 data _
    bciore returning home. _
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    ,Bayless Hiway THINK

    Ry Mn. O. E. C. .DT: .. EIQFSf.-, -t" .. .TULIP .500 SHEET 5 HOLE
    GOOD-AUGUST LIMIT-1 WITH 5.00 OR MORE FOOD ORDER
    L& .A..... 4j PRICES
    27th THRU THE WEEKEND FOOD
    GOLDEN ANNIVERSARY!! RLLER
    Mr and :Mis C C. Crosby '
    QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED FAIR ] 1
    will celEbrate their Oolion:
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    Anniversary on Sunday. BIUE BIUE BLUE t BLUE
    Sept 6. from 2:30: to 6:30: p. .___ RIBBON : RIBBON : RIBSON : RIBBON DJ!
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    m with a reception at their Mai. __.. ...__ .r V' ; ., ; DER
    home on Bjyless Highway 4 I \ t IrlJ
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    Their children will be hosts Merchants ;
    on this occasion. No local invitations 1
    are being sent, but : ASS'T DESIGNS
    all friends and relatives are STAMPS I .

    invited: !to attend.rERSocALN FREE EXTRA GREEN CHUCK ; BEEF POT BONELESS i; B S erUN SITS ...I 199 I

    Mr and Mrs. Ronald An-
    STAMPS
    dews spent the weekend! at SlEW ChuckRoast 3 RING CANVAS
    MEUCHWJTS ; ROAST ROAST
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    tire decree!: Washington Ho- U : :
    tel In Jacksonville while at- 1 f3TrtlT RIBBON QUALITY -i-* 1 NOTEBOOK 694
    | BLUE :
    : : EACH
    tding the Clay Electric Con- Lftir* I a .
    vention. BONELESSDn.cT R 14 : LB S8 : 6ft : LB ASS'T COLORS
    t Mr and Mrs. Clinton Nor- CHUCK I I A
    j min: and baby of Jackson- YOU.W H 1I ... I.: ; : : 12 PENCILS I tACKA6E29,
    ovUle \\'el'eepkend guests of M ADD.T.ON. TO M STAMPS,VOO lf- -01.Vf*W.TH mere-, :fit, .BONE... : (CROUNO ON riECti) ('IN STAMPS WITH COUPON) W'FY
    his parents the F. M. Nor- *4rr-rrrvonaIta '*...
    (muns
    Mr. and Mrs. Fred Broad-
    n \"well and children and Mr
    (Viand Mrs. Neale Brousseau of i.I .
    JJarksonvllle visited the L. A. 1 I 1I
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    t (crolbSaturday night
    .i Mrs. T. N. Norman and Mrs.
    ,IMnrnle Underhill visited! relatives -
    In Gainesville TueuiayMr I f 0
    : and Mrs. Loran Conner II
    and children of Atlanta. Ja. .
    U and Mrs. Doris Ziepler and '
    children of Dade City were
    weekend guests of the Nick
    u Cro.!bys family 4I
    Mrs. Ethel 1 DeRoaeh and II S
    1
    . daughter of Crescent Oa,
    'e.'RI .
    itpcnt<) : last week with her parents
    . \\a Mr. and Mrs. W C .1 .
    I Ward. 'nIl'Y.18o visited ths
    |Leroy Lovell family '
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    Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Ftllman t #
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    (and family of Tampa spent
    last week at Santa Fe Lake
    !with Ms! Joyce Ward.
    Mr. and Mrs C. ..
    M. Morrisof.
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    (' Houston. Texas are guests FARMER CRAY YOUNG .,E-TEX DETERGENT & 48f OR WITH Liurr.i\ *...or On TOUR.Moat. cMOicr OKDtn r ," ': \r," l
    lot Mr. and Mrs W. C. Ward ,
    and Mia' Joyce Ward for Severn

    dr. Rev I.weeks and Mrs C. A. Crosby DUCKLK1GS TIDE Ladj Fair .
    spent part of last week with GT lG58 -
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    relatives 1 In Linden and Winter
    (r OardenMr .
    not. and Mis R. D Crosby t LB COCONUT TOPPED
    t.At and children were visiting In 3g

    Jacksonville. Sunday' afternoon ::': FYHEASTECOFEE.\\ 4?< OR MAXWELL HOUSECOFFEE J JEllY ROLL taN! CuT 29c 1

    The Sing will meet with
    Mr and Mrs. Howard Brown WAJSIM FlLltd
    v [Saturday night at 7.30: Every:

    one is Invited.. ivesiiver LB CAN 69CSWEET 'BUNS ..fk,39c I


    I LJMIT-l OP YOUR CHOICE WITH 5.00 OR MORE ORDER ....aa. .... ...
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    CALIFORNIA LARGE WHITE SIIDLEJSGRAPES>
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    l l 1 Charley Johna Cube GREENOELI.Stea BEEN k ?;6ge ICE MILK



    BREAKSTONESour I .

    .bout I hit question: Cream39cPARMIR ; j2. r .' ,/ ; r 27

    !'I'll. he out hunting mmn' ..... _.t' e +a+
    CRAY SKINttSVFranks GAIa
    .nd J toting my can with I t 39 .
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    me. ThU new llomeown4Tt ,.649c
    t. I SS.o" .
    . .oliC'-.ould' .It. eovI: +
    ' ,er theft and damage to m, QUICK mOZCM 1 PLAVOI' I ;, 4i

    (fjruni. and and hunting abut. my equipment per Perch FiIIetS"3: ..... .:: .. __ -L ." : .. .
    [fitonal liability for a hunt
    (jag accident?" ALL PURPOSE EATING OR COOKING
    MOSCOALf CtKAJt ITYLK"HfT' \ .Uif S4IA'ITN MEAT IALLS)PEG 711

    Charley Agency E. Johns CORN 8... o...]loft. SPAGHETTIfTHC.TASTC ,.u..15 C APPLES \4 eAG,39c

    Ml S. Walnut St. CUTC lfM HfttMflTt

    PHONE: *..oOl::! BEANS 8..cuol00.. CHOC.SYRUP'"CA.19c, nUT LARGE JUICY

    iuuu.uuuuu.u.H 4q i rOES1a..cA..l00"; PTHC.TAtTCTEA << NECTARINESL.19\ 1

    .. t i ,. BAGS ..C .39c J L
    OtCOAttALLCtI SMACK AYGSITL
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    !! LIMAS 'D 8,... .t .. 100,, I 'HEEl PUFFS i-z.59. CRISP CELLO .ltA'PiD ,

    H D fTHC.TAlTC tAtrKOSHER DILLS u 39. /I Orange plLUgt If011M.1.Juice. 4:.99< 4, <<:ARROTS .' .cuuJOe:


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    \ >EW DayAU. roaTA1EJT1 ( ._t .ar.* .-- f .iHAJfTlCttM ._. .ar.. -- -- : I... ..,.. _.- : : .... .a'... ,-; I I .... .*,.... -. :

    I : ': !] Nabisco b Chit Chat Crackers r,*41 l i MI STAMP'S' J HItCXAJmMll.. <.STAMPS.. J : M.ICKotJnS MM.YY.-'IUM STAMPS..,. : :: MllCJUJftl+ CR1111! STAMPS 1 : MIRCHAinS. CRIIN STAMPS :

    iwiiiir oilJI + i; ,.,.f-::/M.--- ;! !C .I VAX+-. ..':.1..r 4.?., ICLO.1 lOOTMPAtIK Ire. /:j i LZs1.+ G f.I+u IS+Ise1 Qmc?l .. -.,*/ iEB: NAMlURGtR kA01 rata nor OOi ROLLSI AM I?,

    I Dahmer'sE. Sunshine Krispy i Crackers _. r..29 __.__.._.r..-w....:...n..r I.a.......Y..M._ ._..._! _.r.,.'

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    Starke's k : Two JP RestaurantsHie -- i Low Prices At Bucks[ Grocery I II i 'MAXVIllLE v ]i iBy ,I: and turning Enjoying barbecue to his the were home.all day Mr. swim and,I ford week Michael Hliwlnbotham with Slade.Mr. and son Mrs of But Mr.! -


    ; Mrs. Bootsle Cannon and and Mrs. Avory Slade. celebrated -

    : Garden The Guidon I I A.re. A' Great' I Aid To. ) l iiVifeSchool \ ; Mrs. A C. Slade family.Mrs. Henry Jack Orlffls Lucas. and Mr. famUy. and- Tuesday his tenth;! at his birthdaylast home


    I Phone 289-4191. . | and Mr. and Mrs. D. B. lure.I .

    Whether you're planning' a ,I loa and enjoy their fine foot] at I tells: will soon be have bUilt up over the years, I aAAAA A"AAAA"' Griffls and ,duu ht..r.. j jIIOMC |I Alice Stubbs and SharonI

    quiet dinner tor two, or a moderate prices. I ringing again and that means and the many friendships they ftfexville: School Classes BURNS HERE |I I and Karen OrlffU were in

    banquet for CO, the GARDENand 1'I George and Gun. believe 1 good nourishing. meals for have made during this time I Maxvllle Elementary School 1 The home of Mrs. Florence'' Jacksonville Friday night.I .

    the GUIDON RESTAURANTS : that they offer the most reasonable boys and, girls'" to kc.,-p them I of serving- the public in Starke. I 1 Is closed and pupils are being Parrish burned Sunday I It I I' M.. and. Mrs. John North

    just across the food to be found anywhere I In tip top shape for work and Buck's I U, convenlenUy located | night. At the time of the visited Sunday afternooi in
    transferred to the new elementary -
    IItreet front eacb other on U. considering the high I4'w'; 4jDenmak's play. BUCK'S GROCERY '1s j on U.S. 301 North, just beyond I school at Baldwin. fire. the house was unoccu- Jacksonville with Mrs. M.;-

    'of 8. 801 (N. Temple Ave.) are 'quality of the ingredients us- glad to be able to hep; mothJers the Sleepy' Hollow Motel Through p.:.v1oua years the pied. Mrs\ Parrlsh had planned I,I rtle Waller.i .

    equipped to handle you every ed, and the /generous portions serve their boys and !girls | where1' there Is always school was for grades 1- to move In some time ;,i!, Claude North returned

    need. Just give your order nerved. Both of these. restaurants the food they need st priceS plenty of parking space and 6 and high open school students during the week. Cause of :,|. hom Sunday f rota Foi D

    no matter how large or small have built up enviable I II that are easy on the family you ''can take your' time and going to Baldwin for th? the fire was not known. This Jackson S. C.

    -lo George or Gus Kopcloun- reputations for good food I I budget. hop at your convenience completion of their edurotlon. ,,, makes a total of two homes Mrs. :Marjorie Sacks of

    oa, and they will take care of hospitality cleanliness, courteous The great popularity 0"" ''Buck's I I' also open longti' Since transferring of all destroyed here by fire in the Silver Springy" Md. Is vis't-'!

    your every need. waitresses and moderate BUCKS GROCERY la due to ] hours thin moot groceries-" grades has past several< months. Ing relatives for two week.i
    required putting
    Tha. popular GARDEN, prices. 8 REVIVAL; CONTINUESThe : Miss! Helen North spent
    | our prompt courteous service, from a.m. to 11 p.m: so you\ on one extra bus and each
    = where a pecan tree grows I The GARDEN Is always j I and quality: merchandise and j may shop at night if'you do bus making two runs twice Revival which start last weekend In Whltehouse

    right through the roof la a ,I open on Sundays. and, many I low prices.! This policy has not have time to finish every- dally from Maxvllle to Bald. ed Sunday night of la-it weekat with Miss Jane Edenfleld.

    _ popular meetlrtf/ placq.-ant I lt,s families tafcij/ .advantagq\ pf I I caused our business to grow thing you Have to do in the win. bus schedules are, as follows The Baptist Church. con- Barbara Ulllckson of TamPS -

    ::. beautiful' Pecan Room '111 Used 1 thf service BO that the mother until we have been forced to j daytime. : Mrs. Miller's bus route tinued through Wednesday spent Wednesday throuxh*)

    by clii'bs' Individuals and organizations can. alt ruJ church with the Expanded Store Now I' enlarge and expand our store' If you are not already a will begin at 7:IS a. m. oni/ I,' with Bro. Williams pastor, Friday with Joan Bell.

    = for banquets and rut of the family" anil not In order to meet the demands | regular customer of Buck's Orange: and Delaware Ave' 'preaching services nlghtv.) A Wednesday night suprer.

    other/' meetings where good have to stay at homo} and fret I lof our customers | let us. Invite you out this nue by the post office down large crowd attended services guests of Mr. and Mrs' J D
    '
    ::: feud \In served In pleaunntsurroundings. over a hot stove. Serving' Area Better Than Ever I BUCK'S Is truly a one-stop I weekend and. you can. see just 301 to Orlffla store back 301 all during last weHc. Bell Carrie) and family were Mrs

    As. fc'>r_ the businessman, .servlc grocery -- everything hofo pleasant and how convenient to Macclenny Road to Cole- S. P. W.M.I.EK SERVICrS JI Isgett of Orange park

    The OUIDON is located where could he get ,a betcr( ,you newt. t can be found In our | grocery buying. can be man's then to Baldwin with Funeral. scrvcles for Sterling and Mr and Mrs George

    = across. the) street from the more
    GARDEN and serves. equally choice of meats two vegetables MARK'S FUHWTURK CO. lighting throughout\ the o( groceries., fresh meats, thi low, low prices and the High School Route will be held Monday at 11 a. m. In I, Tampa.

    = fine food ,cooked jitMt the I salad and breadsall-I of, Starke recently If not I I r home in orllcr to avoid .serious feed, gas. oil kerosene' and < topnotch quality''yoti will find I the same starting at 8:15: a. the Woodstock Park Baptist

    way you like It prepared. Bothof for. only 85 cents, you will he genuinely amazed cyvstraln hlle studying that other necessary. 'staples. )I'I at.nUCK'S 'GROCERY: on U ,rnv The return routes will\! be Church. Jacksonville Mr. t

    = these quality restaurants Meet your friends t' the at the diversified* stock of mIght danaago; the eyes for I, Mr. and Mrs. Carter are Highway 301 North. delivery of elementary students Wallet died Saturday in a'': Cash Paid for Good. Cteav

    are within easy walking; ;dlH- Canton or the Guidon on ,all furniture and home furnishing I life. An Inexpensive. 'studont proud of the business theyLAWSON'S I first and high school Tallaha sTe hospital. He wasa ling'*. No KhuJtis. or Wool. All

    = tance: of the school: so that occasions.' 'Enjoy the good '*' now being how!) on our, lamp to KO with the- desk I students on the last trip. member of the Missionary Cotton. Bring to THegrapluI.

    students and Instructors alike food and the fine hospitality. expanded' floor 'spaco. You would do the'trick : '* Mrs. Padgett's bus route Baptist Church and a re-
    '
    = may make use' of their fnclltt- would haVe to travel far !to Proper rent I is another 1m- meat k t And Produce a Needs' Are berlna, around 7 a. m. on Na- tlrpd Bspfldt! minister! He ,I. Ksmlal' F, "'hilly.'ay"r: '
    ,,
    find a more complete; line ormore p'ortapt Iteni' for tho health of than Hale Road t> So'omon WA' a '''''11''!"* T-s>",pr of .f'lX-< "r.l.v the Mitua i-uy of f Hturke.the PinrM. ,

    : \ economlruT prices than th* child. tf you'\ are not pro- yule BaytM Church. Survivors V .. 'In a.ithrlli )
    Road picking up elementary ? 010' by l Iltw. 1110>
    Healthful Foods At Edwards are being shown. right hereIn viding a rvmfortable\ mattressand Lawson students. The bus goes down { Include his widow. 1 ".' .hy!I ...II.. first 1 frlmiirKl'itlon "\
    Filled Market (I. ic h-l.t at I HitKii., .
    By
    Starke. springs for your boy or Normandy to the old school Mrs. Myrtle B. Wailer one Htntlnn.' In the urnrpauUi., T"..-n,
    I Like other /Starlio merchants girl. you are doing them a I building and back son. D. D. Waller. one by 'Ilia HUe', vi>fi>rii on TIIP. ..I ,,

    ; Denmark In looking forward grave Injustice, that might children from, picking Blades' daiuihter. Mrs. Janice Carver Soiiti-inh th,.. IIUIPUM.H. | Give for up of iif.'
    Grocery S School I r MARKET! AND With t.nic (lo/
    Energy So many roll..,wln.
    is 'doing'theirbest
    to'the new school term and keep them" from newcomer.J down Normandy to McLeile- four sisters seven nieces: orricvra.' ;
    COLD. .STORAGE located hear i iI I It In Stnrke these days OIlUl'l' I.
    especially Interested In helpIng work In school. At our and nephews and seven'grandchildren. !
    II"ItI1Road and down YeJlowWatl" thin iUJ ,
    I < Pir
    t the Seaboard depot on Wash- son- K. A., Kwell Tnmn. T r.i'
    -_ Energy for the Atomic Age fail for they take great pride you outfit a private" study I present low prices, every home jl/igton I, St carried the finer line -take this opportunity to extend !' Road Into Baldwin. ,I 'I Yvnra.IIIIOI'P( 3OMB .

    = -.that In, what our young In the high quality and moderate nook for 'that school ago boyor 'can afford a good Inncrsprlngmattress / I I!',01 fresh meats and meat products :' a cordial greeting/ and! High school pickups for this) Mr Wailer was a well I Ilcred AKIermun Pir. Two
    In home. No child for member of YH I ra.UHl.fP
    people' need today and there prlcas. of their meats girl your every ,! always available at re- welcome to all to visit their route will be the same beginning man In this area and: B.n .
    1 '
    is no better source of this and other foods. These low can attain hit) bent marks In the family. I Honable prices that are easy .store where free' parking facilities at 8.00: p. m. ? the community extends their .i ." Alderman] For Tw>
    school without a certain School items are just a I Y ai M.Ilioflwtnrw.
    PERSONALS I I deepest: sympathy to the
    = necessary energy than thewholesome low prices are available every on the budget.No available. .. .
    are' always Fop SB l Id|
    Kleotlnn
    of home work and he small of the diversified .
    low-priced foods day ,- not Just. on weekend nmount part growing/ child's meal Is! Having; been In business. 'In Mary Ellen Miller returned I family I Mra. AlyrtU-a. l',,"n h., All-.
    = and meats available. ) at EDWARDS specials.You |III much more likely to, applyhimself displays. of home furnishingsthat home last week after spending PERSONALS: I fin-wUltf I .. I 10..,"iii,,rk, Allii-t
    to his books If the Denmark's has really complete without some Starke so many years! theyneed I I F'oBti-r.' ('hnrlea) llarily Mra .1
    GROCERY on U.S..' will find' It a distinctpleasure aather..1together kind of nourishing. / meat bring no Introduction to old-<1 I the summer in Indiana ': Ocne Austin was able to' II 111I..ly.In.. I'ffity Snalli i
    301 South. home provides pleasant surroundings for your Inspection with relatives. ;i return home last week after I liny Htmi', ;Mra. W. U Tlmiiui. .. *.
    = and and modern facilities ./ and approval. Limited space Mrs. Louise Miller and h* lnar; a patient! In St. Vin .
    Right now- at the openingof hop at EDWARDS GROCERY the body's chief source of pro- always. anxious to make new I' .\ii Own Vuuirhn. :Mra. Knlllirln '
    a new school term Is the bariiui* It Is outside 'for studying prevents us from /going Into I tein. Diet authorities also friend Mary Ellen' .))<'nt Sunday at I cent's Hospital la Jackson.I Chlum. (1.11"11'1.. ) ir..
    If he should have detail. lint'vlllit DEN!: I I Mlla Mil.IU'rnal.' |.
    poHHtblii so why villa .
    for
    St. Mary's River Bald several days.Mrs.
    = time to get the "Edwards the congested business district strews, tho importance of meat near In 'Mtlnionx \hret'. I
    a desk of his own where he : MARK'S this weekend and sue The Lnwsona invite your Inspection win with Mr. and Mrs. Hin- Joyce Schmell and I Hurnunt'i' $'b..rl'' ;.My :Niim: *
    Grocery habit" If aren't and Is
    you parking never a prob- senior citizens, I .
    especially our ,' ..
    i at time of theirfacilitIes And "u. The 1'4. nl, Of TinHjild -
    any
    can keep his books and papers<< for yourself.: Again we say on Boyd.F.tIIEWEI.L. Mrs. Buford Hleglnbotham
    = already one of our steady lem plenty of room for all. In tho dally fare of ndults Town Tn u.. lli-riunto
    customers. There and other school supplies.. you'll be surprised -- at the and merchandise. : .; PARTY and grandchildren\ spent Arrixril,: Thin Th. Mb lluv UfAilKUMt.
    are and
    so
    many never who of
    any waiting Being need this extra supply
    fear of having them quantity the I They are confident you will A. .P. 1964
    wlthput ,, quality A farewell party was held Wednesday in Mlddlburlr
    new faces In Starke and vi. outside the high rent district protein. I IMO.(I bItnnital)
    = cinity these days that wqWould also helps to keep 'down.overhead disturbed or misplaced. It Is I AND_ u the price) The friendly< staff at Law- be convinced, that no bettor Sunday) at the Henry Grit fLy I with Mr. and Mrs. Bud Mos- / ( F., .."III)".
    i\M I S'
    I. p 'IIITTY. MAYoR
    like) to take this opportunity and .Edwards Grocery son's Market & Grocery) Invites quality at no more reasonable summer cottage on Kingsley ley.Mrs. ATTIWT":
    price can bo found any. Lake for Onry, Heddlng who' Lyle Schmell return.
    J. ri'ili r-Mwnrl.:
    of extending: a warm this
    = passes savings on to you, Johnson's Farmers I II parents of nchool where. TRY UAWSONS for will be leaving the Navy the''1 ed to her home in S. C. Sun MKItKIUL: KUWAI1DS.: !' CITTClKltK
    welcome to all to'shop with Supply ReadyTo
    \ the customer (In. the form of dren to coma in dully and ;;
    = Jack and Gladys at KDYVARDtt lower prices. I I lect their meats and Chll\\ your next meat order t middle of September and re- day after spending the past I '( Ct 53

    -4 GROCERY. Now that tho work on U.S. I from a large variety of .---- __ _-_ -_ h-____,_ -_--. -
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    With all the activities that 301 South' ha. been completed Aid Your FarmerStudents ; cuts on display In this'clean -

    =
    -I they need plenty of good Edwards Grocery so come on Invite you. to take a BUSINESS DIRECTORY
    -4.. _fre.h meat and vegetables/ to out today and sea if you don't Mr A. It Johnson, owner- and other farm supplies In look nt the beautiful display 1 AREA !! I IlITO

    = -toeep up their strength for agree It is the friendliest. manager r. JOHNSON'S Btnrke where they can see of meats In our' large<< cold l :

    44 classroom work as well as most convenient. and moat FARMERS 3UTTLY, Is pleased what thoy are gelling," Mr storage department. __ _

    :: physical/ training on the nthlet- economical place to'shop In to see the progress that' Is Johnson said.< 'Trices. are just Thersr.in no economy Is buying ='T - -

    ... lo 'flld. It I Is here that Edwards this entire area.. bring made by Bradford .. low her as they are anywhere Inferior
    = _Grocery_ _can be_ especially._ _help County farmers who are else and the hometown when you can have the best _

    adopting now, Improved methods merchant will always for less nt Lnwson's. Having' ![
    = JlOT'<<'1II TO I MPHNIIX ) in'c. The Sinclair Eaton
    > fumed Court and caunn and Motors Auto Salvage I
    ( IHC'UIT ..ot-...... IIIUj j you are NMiulrml' to .rv. a to handle tho farming Industry stand/ )bohlnd, what ha sells been In the meat producing' Paint &
    FOIl, ,. ('UII""' '''''. I'MtltlltAIIS copy of your mntwnr iw pleading In Bradford County. you." and processing. business till'n"ny. We Buy Wrecked Cars At I II Co.
    4'MANCMMY.' C... M*. IS. to the complaint' .n the i TRIUMPH:: I, Glass Co.
    Having farming bnckgruundhlrnsalf Leading brnnJ of feeds,
    Law- I :
    4U4.Fwthln. 1'lalntirf'a. Alturnoy (Iron many year; the I I rO .P P It ICES FLOOR SPECIALISTS: I,
    D Mii,<. afcMlllla.aPUIntltr. I Oman. Slants' Florida ....t file I !Mr. Johnson, knows seeds t..rtlll&all',, and Inset'tlrlilo -I suns have the' know-how to FIAT All Makes & ModeLs L'scd
    I I ha nrlsrlnal. In the ..,,,... of the farmer's m-eiU. nnd IK i ,* are also offered to thefarmers 11'1the housewife full value IIIII.M\N: & SUNBEAM:I Vynal .betos TileFor | KVAMZK: PAINTS
    _ TS.CUrkla. I Ih* Clerk of the I'lri-iilt, of this
    ready to those needs area by
    supply for meat
    i dollar
    i on
    = MoHlllltnNOTIlH or before the XI at day u( every "spent I "rvlt-\\'fI Ulll Floors of IB..ly | Class :Mirrors Sliding Door.
    Ji.frnI.nt. I I H".t>ti ml...r. 1M4| otherwice |the with the bent lit high quality : JOHNSON'S FARMERS: MUf-I I We RIH' I..I''n. '

    = TO "PPIII" I allvsmthina1 nf acid. ('iiin' |>lalnt farm Implements, feeds,' frrtlllr.ers "(.Y. Other Items tm.ked by .... .. ......... SALES it SERVICE I Find Any Part Fnr You and Durability I Tub Enclosures Shower
    .
    Tot Cl.rkl. .Ad.. I ISr. will be taken as oonfMuuxl by 1..1- Spoclal 10 9c p'*' 9"x9" TK:}
    McMllllanl
    : $ ) Imierllrldrs. ami many this popular' store Include In. Klla ::0.... l-txw I OalnesiUe. 378-4112 I( DoorsVlndirws Awnlnfft'arprl -
    ...
    ... UnknownYou Factory Trained :Mechani'alos
    <<
    are hraliy nullfUit that 'uu.Tht.. nntlr shall ba pub' other' fimn noctiiHltlffs.Johnson's sularlor/ board, roofing, thick- i XVoimtor Let(aim Halara known of ae Msnat Mabal A. i 441N Put.stfM.oekYard I| Asphalt Tile Starts at 8 2c per, Wallpaper Storefront

    a auH far Olvaru. has b..n Ilihad. anew a*..h w.*k fur fiiuroonaauuitva Farmers flupply butt shingles asbestos siding ffV....*..r). 4..._..d. I CLEAN: : USED CARS I TUe i Consultation.
    tiled a.*ln..t you $In the .bi>". $ wtaka In the I I Ntla. .>f Fllliuf I'atttUm For. Air 'onilitloninir.. lleatine '
    also enjoys working with the and other items. \ 71* N. Main, (]
    many final. IMM-bunt lIe 101......',,.. I S20I N. MAIN I I IRUSS'S ; 118 NW Sixteenth St.
    : young people' In their' programs Of cuurao. there 1 Is a nice I To AllVh,,", It May ConI G.It..Ule S7J-4373 378-8231 alnp""IIIf'1 OATNS4Vfl.V.pSl5i 1 1PLATI.NO
    4a GLASS That's Our Business the Future .Farmers )line of groceries end meats. I I I earn: SHEET \
    Nolle' i U harakr .1 lrn that
    .
    44 "If U'.. (;I in.! Future Homemakers and other everything you need wllh only aa axorutrls. oC the ,laM will JEEPFamily : ,
    CALL WHITE{ .: VISITFOU and teatamrnt. of Mahl. A.
    =44 or' croups. Special attention Is one stop."We Wu..ai'.r (aim. known .. Mahal. of 4 Wheel Drive Johnson & Fan Inc. !
    = NJ.ANS NtloUSHEA'S : : paid to their. ni-wln, Andlrlt'n.lI are In the business to| M. WiM>M.r) tl,<'_.ll that I i : IIr"U"1 i{ ,
    h. fI..1. l '
    my t Com 'ete Line of
    )" advice Is always avatiable. serve the needs of the people I final illav..ar.a and that I will I HAMIU.DU: :' | i'13 Ocala Chrome

    44 GLASS CO. at the lowest. possible prtves.and .I j apply A 1 Yawn.la the fnuiltr'llitnoraMa' 'Ju.' .Th.....r.or.n AmrrlcBi's Finest Tconomy! Csi (C'nnitltlu.ilnK i 'sFTSPLNf4F3'R: TILIERM: -- : Plating, Inc.
    "Our
    44 farmers and future that 'is what. accounts for tlr a.l.rortt County, F''......'*. onAilliUiit Sales and !SrrtUr< ." b.t t Still I tiiceetlcidt'Pt. .
    = 1 I- (NOT INC.) farmers should gel the habit our success, W* invite you to It ,**.. foe, .aiH" >rnvati % !SuppliraV
    .
    I Rf nt Fr.ttllzftr Coi'pcr: Nickel ChromIum
    of buying their >r the MOW and fur final' illpharo S.lreaders
    "Formerly Joe Peters ( laM Co. impl.m.nhiUra.it..r.t ,com In and for :yourself. .. ...culrl,. o( th. taut Ridgway Motor i Co. 3*20 NK l*r- Terrsc" 234 N.W. eth A r Cadmium. Metal Finishing

    44 \\. Detilirn! Modern Store Front I tNiunlr' Tvlf.sraiih.. dlartMtrs1. and that nn MM>l.mbar will Maliol. ,ant A. Wumtcr t.m..ftt, "l"K of.aM>Mid = Just Mail UH. A Pattern For I l,ul l, .1114CHAIIMCH,l ibis' 'lath d..r or Au- U. ,IMI. w. will. k|>|ilv toIka I July tJ. IU. I i 1132 S. :Main !I -U-3-1: Jiji.' 51! nu': St'sn. ANTIOI ('|.':.%'O''li0MI."f.R
    su
    O'lln'j.lIV Fin
    llonorabla Thvron A. T wa.a fMarsar\ l tlatm :! Qelnesilile STI-SI13
    ,
    Table Top. \: A mmir' c' ." lM. BRASS.! rOPPFRlnr
    t 0'
    :: u n I' Juita llrailfurd Marirarvt i> n
    I'' Clrrk i>f ih. 'lrvtni lvirt.. iVunir.. .Kliirlilo.. for w...,...w.1, i:... ascii, of lb. !.... VTIII | 1.11.1: N.W. llh PI. (CnlncH\Ille.: Fhi. Phone FI12: $1.133: : : Janet .,. LADIES) :: WEAK:
    = _ _ _ Hy N. fitrl of sail final raiuraa, and. ,... an I cit T_l.m nl .r Mabl, A.Wi.i.r ,Automttic: Trnn'tmke4on 1 536 :.NF.\ tnd .*..>.. Ocala.
    lieputy \'Ierk. rrdar of illalrlliullun, '. anil for <<<.l_ known a. Mabei
    e SEAt.'= ) final ,".'h.r.. a. fu.KaiKatiirauf ... wuet.v). B & G Motors Co. IU..IcJl''"
    = '.10 tt 1..1. tha will of ta.ra Craft AUI. .r ld 11. 4t I.U
    -. man. ",,'__1. CAIiIt.LAC-.lsMOfllLL: I ; City Automatic Cherry's
    44 IC t'.eett. << ....... 4.I. I. "......t 'IS. .lidS.I. 'USH:
    .lJ.. !
    .,.e4 ... NaSf.,4 ....r. ( Win -\ :Most< r."IOl\.1b
    !I.' TMOMA4! J AIJ(\KIIMAN
    .
    4.4S P'i.ida.In ral I K.l. of ,....... ('toft 4. Th.-n>.. J. Aldarmana &......1..1 tlMArt Need. I: SALTS: & 6CRV1CE Transmission, Inc. Aiurse.s:t For Ladl.s1)flE(4MSt1T'6otTS :
    -... Alrtormtn. ilr, ...*.il /f / LYY. : A ('ASOI. \'''. .o \V'. RentS Fin Selection' of Used!<
    ... : N..".'. .Of Klllnir '',''ltl.... Pap. l I. vjf A. t''aaevaTIIAS I S frutehet, A Cane I Taken On CWill.te Trades Itepalr. A I': rhan ( a I'IMIM'R.
    ... Pleat| t'sacb.r.l Of &oPeeis.rc
    .. GM .I.IN..I. Attvra.*..at .I.w I I SMI i N. ,Yo IJth. RU III All Makes and Models .\n'ES4RIrS: : Neon Si: ns
    .. .. sea-sea Nurlh Tvaipla. Awe Korh Drugs
    ctu& I. Kw h" itlv .a that' wh .
    ... .... filxl* asp "'..1 .....%.r.* ..' Mt ark a, .riurM I FIICI\iE:'\ n..7IIS$ TRl''KSlU. 'i/Io)/ W 1Jn+'. .rttr. .b.nIl:
    _
    .. <'..,Ktm-ulur of IhK.t.t. l>f I,.. 41 1,11, I t.<< iee.i.ieieIwileery anotnoter: rnt.d "Rlan! Up .l:" wlhi.ma: "
    with us liars ('Poft "101.--..... d.......... I t',.. >: : ( n'I'l.n-;:; rK\1TH-\ f.O"f IC.SIC
    .. stop that w.. nav. flieS .'..P ...t"....., t. 1.... .. trim dUirlUutlnn' .... fur (Inn) ,. .1.5 .'_ ............. I..ip. 1"------ Lr'wAuthortar4;!' CAKH \\ ,)!tK (.t'ARITF1'DIIIDGET "- -- -- ilr, Errf;i..n> Matntrnnrc -
    PLAN M 'v jr ; lSrI': W illa, ..Wln4u.
    -
    I : Sales A: Sets I'
    eSa 1404 8. MaIn i ''SOli Tnickv .Road

    Vsf 3 t.. __llrtsn -' "he4nilMiCT :?.I eel
    a CraneUnco1nM'ercury G.aJUIe 371.334* ")t'R l r:.ION; OR OfRH
    ; : TtRMi
    .1030 S Main 0lnrsvJlHancock :>

    Lillian's Music: Store "."_
    :.vi'' JWWhW an\: lIT"' SCHOOL)
    -4.4 '(,a1nesv11<< Leedcr"" T'"tIUTtUS" : :

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    I NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED

    y CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY ....: .. .....:.i : :: : tiii ::..: N, w. .. .-.- w' Nnlarero.e,""."1'1 -. "...1'NO.CO +

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    School \: ew" a Prof Tliompkms at ruE High :I"'il:,: W/y1..Y.! .T.Y.+ Y.: yt\Yl.w I 1.NNIw | rM.YNYY/ 1 TM V.J l-NLM.% i\YM! 1\N \ 1
    1n Bradford County student Sihciol or Mr Clibaoii m the
    : will register. for the 1961-63. : t'SO' building for Information
    .i school term on Aug. 27 starting V'"ltln" IbW I\
    '1 at 8;30 a m. Parents will bring Mrs Usaic: Holland is visiting ; .. _
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    birth certificates of students her daughter in Now.Haven .. 11 1tti
    entering school for the flifct Conn. Wi. i">-" ?'" L and Purchase of One
    j time for proper leglsUation\: enjoy her. extended vacation L 0 0 1 With Coupon No 29 Below \ natomI

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    s The School Board his given anti meet mail> ut u ; SWIFT PREMIUM BONELESS FULLY COOKED
    friends and make new onust
    the elementary department
    t permission to ask for a supplementary 'hur." :\ewvGreater EXTRA) .
    book fee. This. fee Bethel Free Will t 1 Canned HAM 4 IB. $296j ,,,
    will heir prriNld: such< [aid as. Dupllst Church. The Spiritual ;' CAN
    Tornado, the Golden bturleleia STAMPS 1lt
    t work b ol.- <::111< 'isat: supplest .
    . tiThwie. ii'du' are designed and the Tempi'Us111 appear j '
    : to rl,,"1(16 experience In at this church on Sunday I
    30 In to the Kdutntlunnl -
    furthe:1:ig: s.u e its sioAth snddevelopm..nt Aiig regard
    Department" at 6 p.m. yi..
    1 Parents who for base leiuning questions' All members and friends areask..1 1.1'; ,., .1.,i .., ,I Iu. I NOBODY Sa.ves 'You> J.\Ilore[ The "liV'NN-DIXJlE
    to this effort. Ltstw:;: dui
    irg irdlnff! nof the requests support
    made by the, school, orho All these singing: group are
    ''sUNNVUAND FRESH PORK QUICK FROZEN OUANTHVPR RIGHTS RESERVED
    members of Stark and Bradford
    wish to to give students infoimittlon pertaining County. Please com andcncoul'RJ'e W-D Brand Naturally Tender 39' .'t', .OOO THRU AUGUST Z9TH
    may con- Sausage Cu
    tact the of rite of the principalThe \. ; them Rev L.. Mc- : ? a

    principal nnd staff. are I I Kay, pUHtor U C. McCutch- REO I9, COPELAND D.
    :
    very optimistic! about the new con reporter. c :j 39,
    Greater Allen Chapel AME Wieners 2 69'REO
    school term. They trust that P"g
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    Church Hev L \ Sampson
    parent, friends, and good responsible "- BOSTON BUTTS } ( '
    pastor Sunday School will be d+ r
    I citizens will give held nt 10 am with Mina Fannie Pork Roast 39' GRADE 'fit .'
    thplr whole-hearted cooremtlon Bell Frazier in rhmgc All AJ lb. Y'
    and support In making this the.
    member. are asked to please : 50 EXTRA STAMPS WITH PLUMROS8 1
    successful .h ioleir In '
    most a< < '
    ort the Sunday School '-lb.
    aupH|
    the hiatoiy\ of Bradford County Can Ham $119 1 '+'
    Kbenc7er UiptUt Church an- Can t
    What natural aging does for fine cheese and fine
    noiince Its Honiornlng beginning 1 100 EXTRA), STAMPS WITH PLUM ROSE i
    Wmn- ,
    also for fine beef at
    Nmcitiiicr-i HIK \ Aug. 31 and ending SeptA wines, it does the you get
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    Leonard L,, Health a graduate ; A. \\ are extending un invitation Dixie It mellows and enhances the flavor of W-D Can Ham 3 Con 239 t
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    of Bethune.Cookman Coll : to all tluirclus to join Beef, and increases its tenderness, without destroying '
    111y
    l J:4I): with a degree In mithematlra. with us In this observance. 4,1( PU'WROSE CANADIAN; STYLE a '
    Miss Hone Uetxme. a the fine beef texture or making it/ soft and lb. $ ', M' a '
    Rev E. i n. Rol'lnaott.
    pastor Bacon 3 2 '
    artificial tendenzers sometimes do. j : Con ,
    graduate of Volusla County Curd Of Thanks. spongy; as +
    Community College will' serveas We the family of the late 50 EXTRA STAMPS WITH TARNOW.i'
    full-time secretary. to the James Clark wish. to show.. our CHUCK .
    principal thanks tu each.. and everyone Baked Ham SJ 69'

    Adult (I.ISWH. that wall BO nice and throutfht- R48. 50 EXTRA STAMPS WITH TARNOW CHIPPED
    All persons I t-.teiesletl' .in taking ful in our need, So we thank f
    evening cla"n n. including aeh and every one. Matilda Beef or Ham 3 "Pkgs $1.1! 4 TO 6 LO 6 TO 8 LB to TO 12 LB AVGS
    English: history! math typing Clink\ and the lest of the fernfly. -

    and rending please contact blow. below the belt that ROUND BONE SHOULDER 35 Veal EXTRA STAMPS Cutlets WITH COOK QUIK lb.BRfAOfO 79' T U R K E, Y 5


    '.fS LETTERS makes actlvlti the* of the picture late. of Jam'sBoys the Roast Ib. S8f __..m__........_.._........._

    (tJesitp! and Flankl look 10' OFF ON
    like "sm.11Iry"\ amateurrobbers
    %DtTOAS "without nun or /
    bran,')' 100 EXTRA STAMPS WITH COUPON No. 28 BELOW' GROUND ; B K

    during Many my changes lifetime" have'Including com?- $ 95 9 +e r 4nhd
    I !SEE: IT
    In my book, an I see. It the power and practice Beef 5 L8, 1Hnesl i i 1
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    much of the disagreeable! of organization which sertnsto PKG.
    hive strangle hold
    a on
    predicament some of our 11'lIon'lI &-
    helpless people while, It continues -
    due to population too much experiencein organization unmolested to enjoy LUNCH MEATS = LD. y
    It causes" liUUUon that the green Ualit. Beef f S Sold Anywhere
    caws* uncmplovmnu that ,The tim U long since! '-...............................:

    crime. ,. that Lack destroys of confidence: confidence. overdue should" resent when the the emharraicln.i public.- _..___ ..-.-... ._........ .. .",. ........ ." .."" .--.__.-- -:. .... ,._....._____ -..-- --- ---LU8"/IK.Y.--,,. .. _.'>':' .. "..-. ....... """ 4".:
    causei: contusion and that imposition and strongly !'!'Wmf'':'H .'. "i"" 12.. .I' id .., ;r..urm./ 'U 11.! .IIJI___ -._- t rT -... ----

    advocate fair con"deraUof\ c '
    disorder.The
    causes -11. 1.. UoJWth / I
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    remedy Anyone 1 ----
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    Buets. But there was, a reason .. "1_ )
    for the handwriting on IKST n U"fICIT! ilK NEw JUMDO'ACtCt4l1 /
    the wall destruction of Sad- N. M I Jl.
    \ ( III ItCH MTIIKK' : : I '
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    om and Oemorrah. and the 1 1j \! .."" "
    1 A.I" 'ilLI'P !II'tIJ.I \ --
    building!\ of the Ark Sermon for Sunoay AUK!: / e vu j :Jj -"
    Quoting my mother" In the 31; Morning! "Give, and It 1 :( I I @ I t.;: )
    year 1877 I wa born In our Shall Be Given You," Luke / l $OUT II IVAPoPA110IVArORATID
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    rural I horn.. nutated only by 631t.; Evening "flalvation of 1 MAYONNAIS' < / .I I. _.
    I an old Nvqro granny whose the Thief on the Cruiu.:' Luke 1 1 1. !11 ,
    fee was 3. My weight wa 13 23'32-43 1 .
    J>ound.... Now at 87. It Umore Schedule of servicea fur theweek II I.'W!
    1 vs.IS4 /
    than 250 pound: ", : 8und.iy Worship 11 a
    Recently' a baby wa born m.. 1:30: p.m. Sunday Jkhiiol CHASE AND SANIORN ASTOR our SOUTHMayonnaise ; NIW ILUI CHIIRDETERGENT : ILUC .f WHITI A..oWIDETERGENT = KLIINIX

    to nrn grand.on Hint his 9:45 a.m. Training Union. 6;13 MILK TOWELS
    ",Ife, The Incident was normal p.m. Wednesday" rrayer Meet.Ing COFFEESave COFFEE I PET !
    , and both mother and 'SO .
    baby 7
    pm.
    are fine! The' father wet attending 1 14* I 1-Lb. Con Save 18' 1 1-Lb. Con59f Save I0< Quart Sow 211 jiont DOli58f Sov: II' G.Ont, Box i Toll Can Sov 204 2-rcrff PI.fl.



    was four Ml day(in ticket*advance-college. neither they Delivery;were th and"earning. In fee for mother waI17S the the' ameal < Enter FKKK: :! t.pu.I.;\1 FKKK".n'!. 69New 1///// ? / 39; 1 ? /i/ 48,1c 7 FOR sl I49ke I


    hoitpltal the fee was gill.. |I\/: ATION.H J, LOAN OP MTARMT/\ *H making a total of IJ38. or
    'fllr. r RreIWCCNTl.11.:

    my ll.OOO delivery per' cent fee, more than II.tNUntK'ripea .!...;..1:1"._ -.'JMiv.cirs.r..<:l...;;. :,,r:.f., 1'9"'_: ., "''l'J.-_......----.AI-"" --I,WKA. -. '..r:: -' ._-and-' --1Y-------- -- .-. : ..1/.U... :,:::,:.t..j.7AU':... r 1
    Such charges should lu..pt ymi all Iii. Information -
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    wolf from the dour and loeal IMI rnmrnlbw" elvrllM". !. eke" .-( SAW 4t tA. THRIFTY MAID V C '-Iit THRIFTY MAID
    may be the answer to birth ..ruUege..__ V( FRESH'' FRESH?
    the .. 1.. fif Peaches. 42 S1. )
    contiol. That kmpmttlon 1. ntrir. .>i 11"i N. Tempt.I < Cons WILL BUY THE BREAD \'J.C"' lLON J
    not only a sample! of the re. Ice I Milk I 39
    cults of or anl itlon, but a SAVE 3< tA. UMV GAaOH IF YOU'LL TRY OUR PRODUCE I ALL FU1YI ,

    Sweet t P.cas303 Cons'I_ "TUNA-WICH" SANDWICHESMClM I
    ( ANO D TAILS AT YOU WIN, ** CMXIff
    SAV ** (A. THRIFTY MAID Prr.OP4GI/n.1 SAVE V1/J IA. CHlCKIN'' C* THE UA tio/ll twirl Ar"' >0
    Drink : 446-0', com'1. Tuna ; 3 -H; eon. 89' Nectarines. 2 lb,. 39' $100

    I REVIVALEVERGREEN SAVE e-l I 3t (A. iierrs V1NNA *AV1' Toe CHACKIN* GOOD THOMSON UICUU? VW. TI J r I 6 CANS 6'0'.

    Sausage. 6 Com$1. Fig Bars 2 u, eo. 39' Grapes 2 u 39'Cak'e'.T. Q..

    SAVC' e, tA THRIFTY, MAID DAIILIPar ANGEL ring u.s.t IIM1 Af1A'Il .AO'.tIr"' MINUTE MAIO ORANCCJuice

    Catsup : 2 J. 25'' 121))',. Pro 21' TOMatoes 2

    BAPTIST SAVf 4, f* Dig* o.S1Ie4 11(1"2/2"( ..fXII CAaUt4G dsv/MR U i '.O I 'YlUOf lbt.39'J J 3 CANS 6-)6 89

    Cake Mix 419-or' P\Qf.1.,, Rolls ,,2t1, P10',< Onions ; : 5 .

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    Ex..T>>ZA. EXTRA EXTRA

    EACH NIGHT AT 7:30 ( G1Ifl _STAMPS I h__GRttN. ._STAMPS I I JI..c-GRAN. 'S1AMP5 I FANCY GOLDEN

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    EVANGELISTEveryone EXTIPl A9, E EXTRA EXTRA

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    .....................'II ville Mrs Spooner Is now living morning for five cents Mrs.j wick, former Hampton real- rell Howard Douglas, TrubyTetHtone and family were visiting :Mr. relatives returned to family 16th celebrated birthday. Eddie Dougiae' ;( is grandparent spending the, Mr week and with Mrs:his,
    dents, and Mrs. W. H. Bar- Mr. and Mrs Jimmie end. Mrs Julian Nettles in Lar- Karen Mlzell has I
    in Gainesville where net' Sara hHunter county schools| Gainesville\ I I Ernest Runs.
    i visited Dampier, Mr. and Mrs Bobby last week. her home here after having Timmy Dukes of
    go
    husband is a ntudcnt at UP lunch coordinator, pointed out wick of High Springs
    HAMPTON\
    ; ; I Mrs. Joan Nabors also of that Hampton Elementary cafeteria I Mr. and Mrs. V J. Slade Sun- Dyal and son Bob Mrs Doris Mrs. Myrtle Scarbough and' spent four week. with her sis
    I In Miami
    I Kelly Dottie and Jerome Kelly, Mrs. Christine Hale of Lake ter. Lucretia Cumbee.
    to, or above, day.
    Ctilnenville, to the new second came up I
    Yt' 1 B) Mrs. I), I": 11111 Mrs Wilma Knight and Barbara Baggett and Riglna: Butler were visiting Mrs. C. L. Beach, and one week with
    teacher. A native of specification for a typeA
    (" Phone G8-1160 I Tampa grade Mrs. Nabors taught every school last year under the children of Jacksonville visited and Ramona Harrel. I'i' Atkinson Tussday. I Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Beach.Nettles NO MONEY DOWN
    I Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Thomas and family In Boynton
    , laa1a. .. . lout! yenr In Keystone Heights school evaluation program.Mr. Mrs. Ina Knight and son Mr. and Mrs.. Charles foyer
    1111al.1a1A11aa,1 I of Palfaades Park N. J. of Stniko were visiting Mr. and Congratulations to Patty
    said 1 that last week spent I
    .lockel also
    and Is of K3TJ.
    ,, HAMPTON ELEMKNTAKV:: a graduate I the week with Mrs! Pearl Col- Mrs. Wilbur! Nettles and family Bighorn She made the Varsity
    HACK IN HKSSION' : I Mrs. Wanda John of Keystone there will bo a regular organized Cheer Leader squad at $$53.50 Per Month
    31 will be teachIng I physical fitness pro- ] r.....................1 1 son and nun visiting :Mm Sunday. I
    1 Hampton Elementary School Heights Colson this weekend were: Mrs Mrs. Matilda Gatlln of BUS this year.
    I fifth grade and pint of I gram at Hampton education during periods.the W. H. Hart and Mrs. Edith | Starke spent a few days this Had a couple of our most Concrete Block and Brick

    ... fourth grade this year. From ROY physical IIKNNIHO.V IHKS! I BROOKERBy Oirlstlonscn. of Starke. Mrs. I J JUleane I week with Mrs. Doxhie Piescott. ardent readers over for a cup

    'i'- year with a new principal and Indiana and n graduate of Dennison, Bfl, of Blackw;lcler of Gulnes- of coffee, Saturday morning e 3 lied Rooms
    .,4> three new tenchera. Perdue University, she taught I Gainesville Lee Roy, died Friday, August Joyce A. Castten vllle, Mrs. Row Murphy of Lake Mr. and :Mrs. Freddie Clark and their only complaint of our'' Finished for Liting
    "iot Richard J9dcellvt the naw!! last year at Bradford County )I 21, with funeral servicesMonday City, and Mrs Ella Mood and und family of Lake City Mr. column was that we did not Oak Floors(
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    .. principal, ban .been on them "j:High School. i I morning. Phone daughter Barbara of Ciecni;: :Mary Rhine and daughter and have enough "Spice" ? ** In Tile Itath
    faculty at Bradford High Mrs. Linda Hildebrnnd la Survivors Include the widow Cove Sprlngi. Barbara nccom-i i Mamie Clarke of Jacksonville It One of the things they :
    School for several yearn. Ho continuing fiB school neere-I Kathleen; his father, Charles panted Mr. and Mrs. Uoyer to pent several days with their would like to know is 'Who Wall Heater
    has! been on active duty with tary again this year. Other M. Dennison of Hampton; at Birthday Party N. J, where she will attend''' mother Mrs. Lloyd Clark was the tall blond up In a Mimosa e Custom Built: Cabinets.

    "-i 1 the regular Army thin iiimJJJ ', school personnel alMa returning daughter, Mrs Edith Voatrh,1\)\ Mrs. Wilbur Nettles enter beauty college. Visiting Mrs. Rosa Kelley tree watching a friendly
    mer at Aberdeen Proving .1'I' Include CoMe Rlgdon as I and a son, Karl; both of tained for her daughter Melinda Mr. and Mrs. W H Hayes this week were Cliff Kelly and ( ?) family conversation last Built On Your Lot
    M* Ground, Md., and returned to custodian: Mrs. J. B. Trevatt Gainesville a brother A. with a surprise birthday and family are spending sev- Ruby Waldron of Wildwood week ? ? ? Any suggestions?'
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    ::2: SJarke} last weekend to begin I and Mrs. Florrle Belle Brown Dennison of Hampton; party at her home Saturday eral days at Salt Springs. Mr. and Mrs. Lavon Kelly of Honestly some of the most Interesting FREE FOLDER !
    -*.( work as principal here last In charge of the school lunch- I inters, Mrs. Clifford Prevatt I aftei'noon. The house was decorated Mrs. Verlle Johns l Is spending St. Pet..rlObllrg.Ilr:\ and Mrs. people in Brooker.
    ** Monday* I room. Bus drivers will be Mrs of Hampton Mrs. Annie Tul- throughout with a red several weeks with her.ughter Aubrey Hall Mr. and Mrs And what lady Is it here who QUALITY HOMES
    .M 'Parents were asked to bring V. J. Slndc Mrs.' Merle Pack. I rlngton, Jacksonville, and Mrs and white color scheme, and -. .and family, Mrs. Dim Steve Kelly of Jacksonville! and blacks out In Jacksonville\ the

    J=J first:' graders' birth certificates ham and Mrs Rothelle Jones. Joe Sparkman Gainesville. I the cake wan decorated with Eider: In Mobile, Ala. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Kelley of other night? 1'. O. Box 68, Ocean way_,Jacksonville! 18, Fla.
    .MI and also have physical at the I Work done this week on Burial was In Hlllcrest Memorial red, ruHea. dames were playedand Mrs. ROX.IU Thomas, and Mrs. i Waldo. Mr. and Mrs. H C. Douglasand
    Health Clinic.. the school building in preparation I I Park Cemetery. enjoyed by the 13 Eloise: McDavId, of Pompano, I Mrs. Jackie Sorrell and family spent the day with Phone 761-.1070 or 768-6653;
    MM_) Mrs. Maureen Paul exceptional -I for the .school year PKKSONALH guests. present Jimmy Temple are visiting :\Mr and Mrs. Fred daughters of Jacksonville were Mrs. Pansy Strickland in

    :JjJJj::I teacher and, librarian Includes a complete repair job I, Mr. Irene Sullivan and I winning the egg-carton game McDavId and family this week. visiting Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Gainesville Sunday. The
    MV returns to Hampton' again this on the roof on the north wingof children of Jacksonville Visited Assisting Mrs. Nettles Were Mr. and Mrs. J, R. Mott and I L yal last weekend. .
    Jjt year<<: in the same capacity. Al- the building; some classrooms here Saturday with her uncle I'I Melba Nettles of Largo and i family wore visiting Mrs Brook Mrs Lavern Uyal and
    J3 s'' returning is Mrs. Nancy repainted, and windowpanes and aunt Mr. and Mrs. V. J, Stanch Nettles of Lake City. Perryman. In Gainesville Sun- !ter were visiting her d.auKh-\\
    j Harden in the third and replaced. Slude Avory Slade of Max. : Mellnda received many lovely day., :Mrs. :Mlldren Glinaon.
    = fourth grade room, after a School hours will '''ffmlLlnthe vllle visited the Blades last gifts. Ice cream and cake were Mrs, Mottle Burry \1s spend, stone Heights last week. I
    mm leave of absence from Hampton same us last. year; Mr, Friday. I II served to those pre.. nt.Mkallng ing several days. with MI'.. Elsie : I Mrs. Clara Mae Bishop of DoulJFe Wn.e. SAVINGS :
    JUJ for the second semester Jnrkcl said. this. week, from I Party CtewM and !Mrs.\ MargieSue ENJOY
    1 I I Mrs June Haddock' and I Mobile, Ala. has returned home
    but> year. 8:15: a.m. to 3 p.m. Mrs. Kenneth Green entertained Hendrix In Jirkionvllle.Mr. : I -
    children moved last week Into I II after spending two weeks with
    JJJJ New here this year are Mrs, School lunches will be the May house on St.. Road 12 of her Primary Sunday and Mm. Lloyd Barry' Mr. and Mrs. T. \Markey: and
    Sandra first .erv-I School clans wltli a party were visiting Mr. and Mis.
    MI Bpooner grade ed for 3.) rent again thin I 325 ut the east end of town. Morrcston Jordan In Keystone
    teacher, who graduated lint and milk and cookies Friday afternoon.! They had a Marcus Connerly and other .
    They hnve recently been living Mr. and Mrs. T. \ : .
    I weiner roust at the Fred AleOlivld relatives In \Vurhula last Sat Markey ; I
    M April from FSU in Tnllnhim- gain be available for first and I I in Jacksonville .. ,
    home. and then went to visited Mr. and :Mrs R. K.
    w see. Originally from Jackson second grader during the urday.
    Mr. and Mri.! Forrest Scott 'Itukes In Dukes Saturday ,
    Station
    Iof I I Lake Butler skating rink for Owynn and Al Land of Cocoa ,)
    Anniston, Ala were Sutiir- .
    =: balance I
    the of the afternoon. are spending the weelc ,
    day guests at the home of Brenda McDavId and Ramona with their grandparents, Mr. Pat Plumer of Starke spent
    :: Gas Genie/ says: Mr. and. Mrs. R. H. Parker llurrell assisted Mrs Green. I and Mrs. Lloyd Barry.. last week here with Mr. ant
    enroute home from a vacation -
    School 114-11. Mrs V. V. Hazen of Btarke Mrs Clyde Cone. Mrs. Lillie
    = MEET MY flIRL trip through Florida. School bolls rang again were visiting her parents, Mr. Cone and Mr. and :Mrs. A. I...
    = FRIENDSIIEiiI ( Mrs Ek'ott Is a niece of Mrs. Thursday at clear Ole Brooker and Mrs J, if. Howell Monday., Green and family

    Parker Junior High. All parents were Mrs. Orare Bigham and Pat- Mr. and Mrs Rail: Green are .
    = I\F.S Mrs. I-onnlo Melton, and nuked to, brlrif birth certificates ty and Billy ltlg ham have bean' spending( this week at Lake
    r Miss Od. <>ssln Melton spent for first graders, and seeing sums of the sights of I Wlonet Also Mr Green U
    Sunday at St. Aufrtmtlne with have phycluals! at the Health our own state of Florida last recuperating. .
    Natural Gas Mr. and Mrs. Clurtnce Hagan. Clinic. .Home changes have week. Had,. a very nl Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Davis been made this year. -- ,Mr. too. I family were vlnlting relatives
    = Just AH Well Afl'l Do. and son have moved, to Starke Temple U. going to Starke Mr. and Mrs. Z. W. Hamilton I In Pulatka Sunday.

    from Hamj>tnn. They had been now and we have a new prln- Sharon/ Harrell, '!Lnd Cin- Jan e Green spent( two weeks ,
    If you are In doubt about Natural CUll ak living !In a house trailer on cipal. Erwin TJ. Land = al o dy Hamilton spent a week visiting : with Mr. and, Mri. Terrell

    == your friends uml nvighlwrn that ue it und get first Mrs. !Maggie\.! Rlrt's lot. Mrs Sully' \ Tubrr will b. Bill Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Green In Alabama

    -" : hand Information/ us" to its (convenience cleanliness, Mrs. Ruth Mills of Fullim, and Oth grade teacher teachers Croft In Tulluhu.mil; Tenn.. and I Mrs Dave (Green; spent the ds .
    Nevada. spent sxvrrnl days that we have had with us. Hlghtsoeing at Koi'k City stud weekend, with Mr and Mrs consistent with bank safety;
    = : economy and efficiency We are sure you will want hero last weak with her son- und appreciate very much: Mrs Qatllnburg, Tcnn. Alex Williams and family at Earnings -

    Natural Can (too.STARKE. in-law and daughter Mr. and Hazel: Harrtll let and 2nd Mr. and Mrs T. ((1 Wilker- I I White Hand Luke near Keystone full-scale banking service under one roof.
    Mrs n. E. Hill and family. grades, and Mrs. Mattle Hills son :and. family of KcaltleWakh. \ .

    = .: NATURAL GASCITY Miss. Pat Raley of Theressa :3rd and 4th grade., will be ., MM. Ruby Wilkvrson ,, Mr, and Mrs Hob I"rwlll and V BUILD YOUR SAVINGS BACKLOG< AT OUR BANKIFLORIDA!
    spent several days last week here 'also. School 'starts of iJiwtey, and Mrs Dot held' family of Apopka. and Mr. and 1
    = : HALL I'HONK 901-2331. with Wendy lull I promptly at M a.m. and?.is out' o( Jacksonville-' '' visiting Mm Ned tucks und family

    w S Mr. -ami Mrs. ,James liar lit 2:30: p.m. Lunches will be Mr. and Mr.. VV l', ). I Lowry und t punt Monday at Santa "'e
    -- served. at. the slams price utInHt family Sunday Lake.

    :: year 30 cents pr plate. Fat Custlwn .and. 4IC.ty Low. I :Mr and Mrs. Ernest: Lester
    ,
    Mrs: Lottie EdWards: wlr.b..1n! pry spent the duy with Hvna and daughter have just re- I
    r .r charge of the lunch loom. Bur Davis anti. Debbie Crews. In turned from North Carolina
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    I drivers this year will be lame MaCl'lennyruCl1MIa.y where they vUlted. Mr and

    as last year Mrs. Dolly Harr Mr..and Mr.vWUbu! : .Net lien Mrs, Johnny MiLjee and otherFLORIDA
    BANK: r AT t STARKEOne
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    ..ll iind Mr. Lloyd Ilnrry. Mrs.

    -.. Ethel: !Bass will drive the HighSchool r

    -- d0 have bus another going to change, 8t rke. this We of 31 Bank of the Florida National Group
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    which' 1 am sure will
    E year please all students And teachers Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.

    auk.. At ,the end of each"
    six-weeka" 'pvrlix! there'.will. bn
    4 holiday for the students sail
    :WHY PAY RENT ? a planning' day for the teachers -

    wE : be Oct.first Itt such. Pees,holiday far each will -THEATRE'.

    r student will be $3 80
    per year. .
    :: IF YOUR RENT IS COSTING YOU $50 I here we 'ar_ off to a new OPENINR" TIME: "COME ON IN..T1SJ

    = TO $75 OR MORE PER MONTH LET US I I se for'hoot the year best,, year and ever.let'Vnrk Coat MONDAY--.'nn '-. TIIKOUCII FRIDAY t THE "WEATHER'S' FINE".
    8:15 1 I' \
    : M.
    : luck to the students, teachers, r
    ..j SHOW YOU HOW MUCH HOME WE I i j i bus drivers and PARKNTS; SATURDAY 1:00( SUNDAY 2:00 =';


    :: CAN BUILD FOR THE SAME MONEY. Star doing k. this out year for U Eddie:football IH>uglas. In- 1t t r--: p -, ML'v I I.I

    'who Is a junior and well
    r on his way to tam. all our FRI., SAT. AUG. 28, 29 .... .I > &d t

    M NO MONEY DOWN I Is football sophomore h.ro., Kenneth then bcott there Double Feature ProgramNo. ....: k/ / _

    and freshmen Kenneth HSRSF "
    M' IF WE BUILD ON YOUR LOT- ant Pat Cnsl n. ,! I No. 2 ; ; p iwr S ( x
    Rig ('... Hunt. '
    1 AI
    -I Monday was quit an turltMrs. -
    =, How much rent' ore you paying each months ? Freel I Dove Shaw called l hU Ianndl.ther | '

    I $50? $65 $75 or more? Whatever rent you C. L. Atklnoan.. I JII UWafthe1AWlESS a r + tt 'I
    ::I pay you or* buying a home for someone S 32-Page I to tell of n bob-fat seen near, \ .. o
    .1.. .- not for yourtell and family I At. the r their home In LaCrosse like I

    =. end of 12 year you will have a nice bunch \ CatalogWhatever 'th. ready cat hunter Mr. Atklnson "" I r

    MI of rent' receipts but' no house, I| .lee. he loaded! up the I ..C LtIlS..... ,14 t tI
    mohave of tho of a
    Ideas Nit a -
    you hound. ir,*>bil the gun and .
    =: It- WHAT $2.00 A DAY CAN BUY I IIt sui lobi. horn for youritlf and family wo Invit shells and alongwith. Tony, jjfl l ROSmsolnottIN -

    M: seems hard to believe, but easy to prove, that you to writ for' our lal. t catalog which Illutlral went to give" chase. and lurk
    only $50 a month which Is left than $2.00 a our 21 model l hornet, shows floor plant, I I was with them a. old' mil the All'I (
    = day f ,amounts to $7,200 in 1 12 yeart. !60 a month and gives detail of conilrvicilon.! There It no hound dog cornered the eat a CARLO

    for 1 12 years amounts to $3,640. $70 a month for charge or obligation for this bootie You owe In some lNere. Tony got to I ADYEMTOa Or (, f r ..
    TUB WIWAMBtiDII
    =, 12 years amount to 10080. And so on. Also, apart it to yourself and family to find out how much try that new 410 shotgun he YlKIMO Ao ) ,
    Me of your monthly payments are tan deduct' ham you can gel for Ke money you ore now hits. Just t" this month for his % '

    :, ibtel So no matter how little you are paying paying for rent. We hove built over 100,000( birthday" an<* bnkl!t not only -
    S per month for rent, multiply that by 12 months hornet" throughout" the country and they are our wss Tuny a goal I shut, but that" ...m!MIl1

    = and then "multiply It by 12 years and the total belt odvertiiement Just, mall the coupon or sure I III a gait t gun and tkey J7T4 a xVw. 13.t

    =\ .It how much money you will pay a landlord call ot any one of the Jim Walter. -branch' brought tire was the a big bob an.l.Wettrick lat horn! 1 ? TE LOIdIb .1

    mm\\ or pay.for a homo of your own I You will b* shown every covrtety. "' IJM ssraal-- ;
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    Mrs .ROM Kelly la Ul it her RICJUKO WIOUAKK-SltNIY! f'OHlEI!( J f

    hum. we del wish her aispeedy I RUSS JUIBUI .ROSJUMSOftArTlKOosox $ 1's, + t r
    HOW MONEY GROWS IN 12 YEARS I > .........ry. Out Hrr. .U, SHIPSLATE ;

    $ 50 p.r month amounts to $ 7,200.00 I II i'I re.'aiw I KOUOI U.M LONG _' .WITH FLAME lESS ELECTRIC *
    r
    :I $ 60 p.r month amounts to $ 8,640.00 ; huv. everyone U better by SHOW

    $ 70 p.r month amount to $10,080.00 now. I II airconditioningFrwWU

    M $ 80 p.r month amounts to 11520.00 I New ..tMs.hI I SATURDAY AUGUST 29 .
    Pvt. eel( Ira. hubby P. t.I1l| ,
    -e $ 90 per month amount to $12.960.00 I; >? s -
    .re the prod pArvnta'" of s baby j jI I lor .,....sail! In whiter: from the noil.
    : $100 p.r month amounts to $14,400.00 *tj om*0.* your r me coinnnt
    I bom in AUchuA O n- I
    daughter Sunday Wednesday .. let hater T od. '. iWinc .nLtarwy .
    1 leral hul* tunUy IUM more sip air a ra
    _. .HuApttal on SuntUy. j jI
    --- A.'I'I living a+J mmmirmt fun. Its such a .esrv.t of )rid eat pee.r Je ea 4..lehty. .
    M f w. - .r --- I ti. to(... i,""aft U the <..
    ..t.T- ler of !Mr. end Mr ......l M",-j I, Aug. 30 Through Sept. 2 heel .. .lees the Met] .(healer endItmmrr. weee .cr.n- them
    JilD ,; Fffl//7J JIM WAITER CORPORATION I t .ItavfctMr Dtttrie air raaditianrrt coal. tM air _. Ileac lnki.g _tnI'- and<
    I .... "tatetetted 1 ..win5i .... hea e. fW_ send ste and Mr.., Aten land l eJCkwut :I ; JK unthinkable! to rf.2aP: != pail. ksey it frwh aM !--<-mi.ltoIK c Wide cb.ice ./ __ Bad

    .Ire. 10.&og. I el poe*. >...... .>*. I I are tN proud purtnttof r. oiitr..fUu out ....... I'tw.are......,..taat, RiwaredrkmUina
    I the
    -. onset ores f DAY A W.... Net a baby- "iiUM bnrn'. mrt .. .( ; UnSinkaBle ; stunt hail' ,..u.-> .,Ifcrklae eel wtahtea. by .w a ....... fat their
    f11IODtL. attn( 14 HOUM A OAT. I w ,.. A Uif. II -"he .leas hen .'1 / .... I4tag is stent --t the 1ww. r..ide Jr tammy' nth Ums
    =: JACKSOMV1U.K... : 1.\. ......-. ,. I NI-a Cfcra) Ana folk<< Dead ...,..rAat twagr ........... -.
    am 11... IU.t.r M. .sI..ir & t'r
    Ory. NOt" n.1 kI y re AitacMr ArlOfflT) .
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    41 :. r. o. 110" title T.W.."hans (er "*:gA1.r'd.\ I I n- *. Lad to lit* d..u..Ia01 ...t >M. .foul ..*.. enj y turf ---.11 : ..g.ar'rnucwe tally.4 .
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    C Mr Ma.e w .- ... W .e .... t4.r el .et 1..

    : .-AI.A TKA. Fl.A. I t a-I.e ""wy.e- -.. M e.-e.er hr be, ---" I I "7.It tkat., we havv. .. quit.C IUI'' RVh.) t tII ii "7' i >t"rL; :.l jrf1nm'l->! ;

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