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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 26, 1966
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Chastain Wins 13 Votes Vi ,-- : ; : 1


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I Absentees Decide Close ContestThe

Second Primary Winners

r-r number 13 proved. unlucky for Jluurice Ed- r

wurd.s Jr in Tuesday's second' primary.

4f That was the margin of votes: by which :MrJes- r
t, 1 1r
4I :sie II. Chastain, now in her 18th year on the Hoard W

of County;\ Commissioners, retained her. District 4 :seat

in the face of a strong challenge by Edwllrd:!

The final count Including: _

.ibsentees., was 2.014 for Mis.Chastnln. ( count. Mss: ,. Chnstain had 1-

: and 2,001 for Ecl- 946 and Edwards 1.'))27. )Mrs

wai.lsPrior\ Chaatalns: 19 vot 1 I' ad was .ia' by'1e. 1

to the absentee slightly narrowed whenhe(
received 68 absentee votes to 'fr..Ie..r! i' ( liiistMin... S i-tiTiin, t utility C'otnmlsslimer. Hinllt'H

.riiv.il titn, :.. hoard. member.
Edward::! 74 ui)| < lu\} .ifl'-iniion' II. ntrnssing

By 431 Votes! In the First Primary Ed- Ni'Mi Plano .111.1 l '1'. V A',awn (oily.. ul'ii'iilce' liullotH to give\ her

wards had led :Mrs Chastain a I l3-M) air fvinMumlie .

by 35 MJtesThis .
shagover was Edward.1 second! -
i irJ'e
.' unsuccessful bid for, a seal

the Commission
Robert King High on
:
.
In her campaign; r.dvertls-

For ;vern' Ing and political rally speeches ,

State Florida Mrs. ChastaIn came out
1 1 DavisSenate. dene ShawRepresentative Richard Lovorn
( e
I in favor of keeping the Bradford .l
5th District Clay County School HoardBRADFORD County courthouse on itl-

present sIte.Incumbent. f

Commlfslone1 {
Himtley
George W. Roberts who fav-

COUNTY ored moving the courthouse

from Its present site was de
Starke: attorney Gene Shaw
TELEGRAPH feated ir the First Primary
making his first bid lor elec- ..

tive olflee. won the new trl- : .

county district House of Rep- -"ThS _L- -

ieiildtivi' post by : I'.ilwnrtN:. '. l I" wali-htMl.
of 431 \otes.. "Iurh'cI| < n grin UM curly return
Official County Publication CatablMie It'' J879
Shaw received '\ total of tuna In. Tni'rulny'' night/ In the rnurtrnoin nt the ruurt- d

VOLUME EIGHTY-SEVEN STARKE. FLORIDA, THURSDAY IIA26, liU6* NUA1BEK HWTY-KHJIir: (. 5.487 In the three-county On CUBE Home luiiisiSn|"cr'Isor nf KeglMratlon ..1..lIP"Iyn"; ran u HniiMttliiiinilli t

urea I Bradford Clay and |) ,>n, IIII\M-M,, iiiul KilniinN: found himself trailing I'VIII

Union! to 5.056 for Louis M>Ii-H. with all pri-rlin' in by 1O:15 I...... than an hour Inter
!Huntley! of Orange Park Incumbent
In 5th District Clay County representative Health ProjectFinal I


I By Wide MarginHigh
Each candidate WAS heavily -

favored in his own home on Home approval Health of Aide a project Training -. I ,

Davis 282 Votes county. Shaw received! over
Johns
Edges By is on tap next Thursday,
2 to 1 In Bradford polling
June 2, ut a meeting of the Unseats
2,738 to 1.130 for Huntley.' | Board ot Dhectors of tlvCUBI3
Huntley racked un! almost

On the basis of a 24-county poll by the Florida I 2 to 1 In Clay polling 3,491to at. C p.Economic m. In the: AA''nl'yJnc. USO

Times-Union Wednesday afternoon, Quincy attorney For Committee Posts lB6t> tor Shaw. Bulldng! I
Shaw received his winning
I Hal Davis had apparently eked out a 282-vote winning I Discussion on another Gov Burns
margin In neighboring Union
margin over S ?n. Charley E. Johns of Starke for I County; where he likewise health p.oJect the Board *s ;

the 6th District Senatorial Wife Wins Loses"She's attempting to write And final
new. seat. Hubby scored 2 to 1 over hU\ opponent -
approval' of Bv-L'i' as:
The TU's state news desk 1 I ITempp The Union County vote
amended. for CUBS and each ]Incumbent Governor Htiyilun[ Burns: carried Bradford
Mid that UsSUff
.Wednesday night
884 for Shaw to 435 for
achua vote was 10,350 for prettier that I am." cratlc Executive Committeewoman successful In her was Is also
I was county organization::
had election officials 490!) votes in Tuesday's balloting but
polled \ Huntley. I County by ,
Davis to 3.844 for Johns. was the comment of James< post by 109. I bid for the Committeewoman slated.
in all 24 counties of All above figures Include lost heavily to :Miami :Mayor Robert King High in
the new'district: and obtained. The election of Davis means L. Uiml Temple of Brooker. Temple was up against >post defeating Mrs Lucile ExecutiveSecretary: P T
that 011: four of the 24-coun who lost\ by 29 votes Tuesdayin veteran; politician Lex: Green I Green ty a vote of 1.725 to absentee ballots. Nolln said he hopes! to have statewide voting.The .
of 52,888 far Davis
a count ty dlstl'let's senators will: be his bid for State Democratic who has: been the 'incumbent I 1.616. 1\ Shaw will represent the the Health Aide Training : Bradford count wa s Utah.r .

&0.620.-The. TU'ald for. Johns.,its concentrated within; a 50- Executive Committeeman ,\ State Committeeman for I Mr and Mrs. Green\ three counties at the 1967 Project proposal completed: 2.281 (fo.- Burns and 1.791 fo: Burns carried all Bradford
-- poll was mile radius' Tallahassee. while wife Lea J. Legislative session <'r f he defeats -
of his
complete Including absentee I many years. Temple polled | are husband und wife a" ale 1 for the tneetlnw. Dr. A. Y :i- Ifi-ecincti exoept three that
Mallory Horne of Tallahassee Temple won the State Demo- 1,757 votes to Green's 1.788. the* Tem Dies. Republican nominee ,'
foiBradforrt.
health officer
ballots. --"W "'s I Cotliwtvn. ; leglstra-
hope (correct; have heavy Negro
elected of the Moore of Green Cove
was to one On the distaff side Lea J. Chauncy Union, nnd ClayCounties Lovorn TakesClay
desk added.
th mews seats In the First Primary.In I Springs In the November General and members' of his I tlon. These are No. 2 (Law-
out-
CoDtUctlna reports held
'Second Primary Election the railroad I
Tuesday's : east of
Lay
con,e'of the photo-finish raceili staff wli: give a progress report i:

douot':'"4U day Wednesday Tallahassee balloting businessman, Sam Teague defeated -, 520 Acres Of Union County Land i, Baccalaureate I 1 I on the new health pro i School which gave High 184 toBurns'
7 I IRe11u1)
.9 John;: ,headquarters here James E. Joanos. Tallahassee Services Set HospitalizedIn Ject.The I 42; No.
ought jo.obtain,. figures for the I 12 proposed Neighborhood High 184 Burns 19; and No.

frdJjrtHhe ,various coun 25th district attorney.seat. The vote Leased To Oklahoma CorporationThe Youth Corps will also I Board PostR. 12 I Lincoln City] High 130
ties, budtreceived: : ''conflicting Sunday Night come uo for dLscusslon.
based on Incomplete end' unofficial i f SmashUpTwo Burns 99.
reports :1f) some areas. Delayin l 1I
returns, was 42.306for followed
'reoet 'n v ehlgta') 'ol ttwen- I I I T. I Dick 1 Lovorn of This /pattern was _
Union County CommissIon R3v:! W A. Hogan pastorof :
and Jo-
32.145 Union
Tongue will receive I
tee ballquf'from -several: counties anos. has leased 520 acre; J County the First Baptist Church uersons were hospitalized : Draft Test I :[Keystone:: Heights scored a In statewide voting, The Associated
l furjher complicated: the five per rent of the loyalty I 350-voto margin to win Clay'ounty's Press noted that !in
stayed of county-owned land tcKerrMcOee with serious injuries
Bradtord County will!! deliver the baccalureatesermon I
tabu.la tl! t&.' >r 25 cents per ton of phosphate -, Set June 24 C District 3 Schoo representative! Negro -dominated
with Joanos, its First Primary ( Corporation o High Monday:!: night when one car
.Both tfuhns, and Davis were favorite giving him 2 Oklahoma City for the possible mined whichever 1:1 I I !School's! to 174-member Bradford srnduatlni slammed Into the rear of an- :Board !rat In Tuesday's second pieclncts, Hlih walkedoff '

reported ahead In the nipandtuck to 1 over Teague. The vote mining of phosphatrock. ; the Brrpter amount. I elate Sunday night/: in another stopped on SR-100 Draft hoard registrants: ar" primary. with 82 per cent of the
Lovorn. associate In
race at various here was Joanos 2.213; Tea- ,I The company paid $2,600 to the BHS auditorium.Services : at the 'rystal Lake Intersection reminded that a final< College] an t ore. On the basis of this
'
times but it was obvious that The leased land is of ]Keystone Heights real estate
part
gue. 1115. the Union! County Commis- : Qualification Test. Is net OMFrldiy. sampling, If half the teglster-
I are scheduled for 8'i firm. polled 2.777otes tc
sufficient margin
neither had, the former Lake Butler Nava'
West Florida scored againin I Mot seriously nnrt was : June 24. for anyon i et: Neru-oes! voted Tuesday
lon \\'I."n the lease. L. S. Williams.pastor ..
for a dec t'e win until ab- Air Station property which was executed p m. Rev .121! for William M Beam I
the 61 h district with Sen. Mrs Pii'-ah: Janle !Harrington \ who faiicd to take the exam ,j High would have collected
I of Ood.ulll
This Church
the the
represents nt and!
&*nte .ballots were counted I the county acquired about 'I Biro of Keystone : an emloyje
] Gibson of Perry 43 of Heights. of the three prevlnu\ 85,000 Negro votes --almost
L. P. [Pete Keystone on one
first and
Mar's royalty !! the Invocation I
payment give of the DuPont Com I
th.-'First eight from the fed- '1> :
As. In Primary years ago; of vlc
his margin
racking- decisive win I who sutfeied bark .and neck dates. precisely
up a !
'Johns heavily eral ,government for 100000. Prelimh ary tests indicate Rev John R.. Brabham:! pastor 1 pany. These. figures Include
voting was" B. C. Pearce of Pa- Injuries when her 19B3 Ford r.I' thre' tory.
over Sen. Kerr-McGee recently that Union County can expert : of the First Methodist Turn out for the tt' ,I absentee I votes.
in -
his
old'favored, three-county again Tuesday district of latka by a vote of 50,341 to 2.083 acres [the purchased for. an Income of more! llm, Church will say the benediction was hit Horn' the rear by a tests has been poor. A pass i I Lovern will replace A. EBurl With all but one of the

39.268 [Incomplete and un- $1.500 !Ye i acre from the I 1958 Plymouth drlvrn by Ing score ensures, flcfcrmen-i: I state's precincts reporting,
Union. mer American Tung Orove I I Anthony on the Claj
and
Bradford. Clay,
official.] Synle Smith Lewis i 45yearold long student stays If |: the totals: Wednesday stoodat <
leased as ns a
when l
Th combined total, including property! adjacent to the airport property Graduation, : Is set for Frlrt.iy. '' bounty|I board Anthony, ar
Negro from PalaHca.: /! Mrs. of post hMh school'(: : High 585,183; Burns 498,-
Bradford Its nod to type :
: It Is any
gave in ned
-' absentee votes was 7.711 'Florida Hydrocarbons plan i Jrnc 3. at 8 pm., alsoIn mpove> of Clay Electric Co
o' Harrington Is still !In the training. and Rives him ail\ I .
f or Johns, to 3,557 for Davis. Pearce bv a close margin northwest of Brook The Union County nO-I the BHS auditorium. opet'>I \'atie,, was not R candidate 955.A
f 1,691 to 1,636 for Olbson. Bradford County Hospital nd lflonnl cushion, beside; majority of counties that
counties the tally Under terms of the lease. velopmetit. Authority has. custody Tlie! Junlor-S nlor I ': fl)" re-election
By was:
Johns is now In his 28th o' the airport property: by the prom.j Released:: Wednesday: was his! ginc'es. agalnit! beln't SnjudersVln' went for Scott Kelly! in the
sponsored
Bl'adfort1.lohru.. 3,082: Da- John L.-wls. 48-year-old Pa- dratted! vhlle In school. switched to
vas Clay Johns.. 3,041 year of Legislative service and recommended! that the Youth A 'oclat1on111 be held Elbrrt D Saunders won First Palmary <
< ; and would have been "dean"of Iatk Negro!/ a passenger: In Application for this flnul '111'10:1\ May 24. but they
Davis 1190. Union -Johns.&f Senator Johns uountv commissioners ente. Friday night: In the Bradford hc I, Cliv County District :roirmlR.on
: Davis 384.N.lshbnrlrtg the Senate had he beer's'i I Into the. lease agreement with, County Fair bulldlnv\ startIng the Plymouth. A !second passenger test must: be postmarked. : not I race with 3.20 sere the smaller ones of the
(!
returned! :! to the 1967 session I Kerr-McOee: : at 8 m. Admission will !! Willie Pearl Lamar later than: June 1. 1080./ Registrants votes,; to 2.048 for W. E. Cherry ,tate High got the ones with
Alachua County i He also served out the unfinished Takes Defeat : This Oklahoma be bv Invitation p. only. The : 48-yrar-oId Negro. from Belle I IGla clay obtain applications I the richer harvest of votesIt

turned a deaf ear toJohns' term of Clov Dan I been conductlnK: ( eompnnvhas tau theme will, be "The Old .'f:. was not Injured. and additional information ( Clav Countv pollen. :! abou was In the Tampa Bay

appeal to vote for him4n and McCarty, as Acting Governor In I StrideSenator i rilling for phosphate. I:i iBrartford. South" and music will be provided I I Ml ,. Harrington had stopped !horn any lord 1 bonrJ io I pi" r cent of Its vot Initreivth ices topped by bin Hlllsboi
\ geographical grounds being President of the Senatat I I At the intersection of of the f-'lectlve Service Sys- j : In the Second Prl ugh County that !nighreaped
Union awl Alachua ( by The Maundy Quintet
gave a 2 to 1 majority to Da- Johns, slept Utr, I accord-
SR-100 nnd SH-S18. of
tem.
the time of Mccarty'leath. his biggest: crop
Counties for several of Ualnesvllle. nary.
rti in I yeai .
faraway Quincy The ate a .
: Thursday morning i rrv>r Hniti" nn Pni7 1' vit 'elly ballots.: In HIll'oorough1'Plnella

rood breakfast and announced i !:, Sarasota and Man.
Davis made his bow In
'Hilltlcs several years ago that he'd had' hi.flr..t in. BRADFORD COUNTY VOTE RY PRECINCTS I IPrtrin.t atee Counties the Miamlansmargin

+:'Th Community State vhen he was" runner-up to good night olrep ;! ran 2 to 1 and better
., |M. ..1" Ton Fuqua In a race for three months. No. 1 2 ::1 .J 5!' 6 7 R ''I HilI 12 1:1.1311: 11 t 15.1: 1 1511:> TOTAL I tflgh also added a big haulof
'" he
I' ''Bank of Starke ? tater In the morning votes on the southeast
ongre&j.;
': rot off a message conirutu- GOVERNOR; coast.
and the lacing his opponent. Hal Burn! 272 42: 14111229:; 1O6 1924:; 909 111 109 !91), 192 29 9R 77 !5R) 21S1lirh and
All of North Central
.,0. Ted Ofirlesbv Home. lUvis of Quincy. wishing
Florida Bankat him "every success" and offering ) !)g lR4 57 100 157 45:; lH! 177 131 107 97 130 1 125 2R I 53: !5S: 1 19!) 1717PUB. West Florida with the ex-
turned To GroundThe cepMon of Alachu'an..!
In the
him support
Starke i HEnCO I\I.: (F'jr.klli Counties stayed In

Ted Oglesby home on best Interest of the district.taking Hovel 10:12; : 47 42 12. U: 35 115:; R5 52 39 4:3: 9.5; 15 I 37 27 21 !):>: 'the Burns column
Will Be Closed 'he north aide of Brooklyn Sen. Johns ws
HUh picked up 1,026 votes
'.ake "was struck by llghtnlntruesday t his narrow defeat at the Carter 227 lor; 1:1J: 134 251 lOR 119 270 211)) 131 1-10 145 195;) ::11 103 R5: 41 I 2W:! between primaries Brad.
30 morning and burned polls Tuesday in a pbilosophical
ford County, where Kelly'sorganization
Memorial o the ground before volun- I : manner lie said he SENATE 5th Dist. Jolnod forces
:
DayA eer firemen from Keystone I hud no Intention In contest Davis l3.i; 2.1 I 45; 49 !)7) 34 21 114 Rl !i0 39 4((; RR I 15; 41 61, 1:1: !9313); f) with the Miamian. The! First

'ielghts could do anything to the count which gave Davl

National Holiday ave it. All contents of the I" a 282 winning mirgln out Johns 238 19R 151 I I/)7/) 119:' lIR 16H :lOR 29: 159!) 171 179 280: 42 117 73: fH(: 296"' Primary 1.84.1; Burns vote 1,459 here :\\11'1'and< Kelly High

II ',ome were also destroyed. of a total of mive. than

Mr. Oglesby is the shop instructor I 100.000 votes. Hf NATE. 6th 1)ish) 765.
at BHS and was "I feel like the good Lord Gibson 204)4!) R9 85 155);) 56 )2) 17. 14:1 R0 69!) 82 12;;) 22 fil 60, 27 1619\!) Carter \\'InslI'aln

AIM"closed. on Mondaywill re-I knows best In these mat Bradford voters olcki-d one
> First Federal Sa- "ently proposed named new director area vocation of I lens" Sen. John mid. "It'sa Pearce 121 45;) 77 78 205:; 74 45! 195; 1:17: 1011/) 0 !95 1 155) 17 75;') .11 :13.!:;; 1608 winner in the state races

'vlngf and Loan Assn., al-technical trainin' center :' big relief In a way. Now giving veteran politico Jerry
SENATE. 25th Dist W. Carter more than 2 to 1
time to devote
the Post' and Office Hall.Court. to be established here. \ I'll have to my a little business, and go ToaM" 179 83 118 116 244 87 100 267 21:1: 92 lOR 136 193 :U R8 .12:1: 213. In his successful bid for reelection

howtt,...... City CHAMBER OF COMMERCEOPEN : I fishing when I want to.. Tea P.'U e 126 46 5R 60 116 3R 46 107 R3 7R 1)7 48 83 12 :3ti ,1 16(; 2':! 10"1 Florida as Public a member Service of CommissIon the-

HOUSE I Group 2.

n.. Spat ConlrlaW County The Chamber Starke Bradford of Commerce STUDENT COUNCIL IIEPRESENTATIVElluntlev 144 40 71 74 102 38 44 112 100 70 56 li4 88 13: 4ft 21. lR 1091 Bradford's vote I including

W' *kly to PublkiMCMUtunlty I CAR WASH absentees! was: Carter 2.529:
Ertntij will hold open house Shaw 213 1)5; 122 129 303 111 127 302 2:11: 121) 131 l 156 217 41 99 1 \\I) ,7 2fi33CO. : to 1.00 for his opponent Joe
) In its new offices at the corner I The Student Council! 01:. Boyd of Miami.

of Call and Walnjt Streets. BHS is sponsoring a cal
CO I. )lst. 4Chaatain .
.1 With all but three precincts
The. Community I Sunday afternoon June 5. I wash inlay f Thursday) from 20:1: 56 95;) 112223 101 5!)? 21'i9 179 78121 6916;) 3:1: 71 91! 33: ; 1946I. reporting the! state
from 3 to 6 o'clock The public 3 to 7 p. m. at the BHS shop; I

State Bank Is coidlally Invited to visit The price of $1 Includes:!'I. Edwards 162 159 103/):! 96 1H8 51 146 11)8 156 l 1:1:1: : !J:1: 151 I/!)/) 2:1: 73;; 3R: 42: 17I !): wide vote was 438.783 for.
Carter and 410.623 for BoYd.Julian.
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PAOE TWO BRADFORD COUNTY tri "uRArn, !STARKB. FLORIDA


Mrs. J. t. Foster of Live Mrs. James A. Christmashas Shower Honors Miss Judy Vaughn Beta Sigma Phi 1 Faircloth-Ormand
Oak was last Wednesday over- I been added to the Key- A n I' Told
night guest of Mr. and Mrs I stone Heights State Bank perIIOnnll ,, Mrs. Branham Mr. Helsabeck Holds Final Meet I I Engagement
1
Curtis Lee. and will start work New BrideMrs. Wedding, June I 14
Florida Gamma Theta Chapter
a. Miss Judy Vaughn, daughter -
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Naswor- there Monday. held He
Phi
thy of Winter Park were visit Mr. and Mrs. Dave Paulk n Harold Brannam, the of Mr. and Mrs. II. F. of Beta Sigma the on Mrs. J. L. Faircloth an-
.-- Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Nas- and Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Red and last meeting of yonr lounres the engagement ,and
ing former Clairncll Cooper, a recent Vaughn of St. Augustine, 23, at the homeof ,
GLADYS MOOTY I worthy on Sunday. dish were in St. George, Ga. bride, wan honored recently Charles Robert Helaabcck. son Monday Mrs., May Rudolph Hutcheaon.: ,, ippronrhlng marriage of her
,
Mr. a.nd Mrs. W H. Noll- Monday on business. at bridal shower daughter. Elsie Geiger to
Phone 964-0651 a lovely of Mr. and Mrs B. B. Helaa- III Ror''
man and Mr. and Mrs.' W. F. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Johns ,r%+ I given at the home of Mm, beck of Kingsley Lake were John D. Grant from : Lynn Ormand, son of Mrs

Swlnycr of Keystone Heights were In New Orleans, La. ." J, T Lawson. united In Cross representative I 1 Mary M Phillip
Miss :Marcia Huyne.s and I Mr. and Mrs. R. W Hayes attended a family reunion at last week where Mrs. Johns ti Hostesses with Mrs. Lawson 20 In marriage the McDowell Friday. Jacksonville, gave an interesting The wedding will take pl.i', ,

Arthur Holiday arrived home and Mrs. Myrtle Dendy of the country home of Mrs. C. received treatment in the\ d k X12 were Mrs. II. A. Lawson, May tist Church. Bap- talk explaining tn on June 14.

Wednesday from William Car. Jacksonville were Thursday W. Denny at Shellman's Bluff, Oachner Clinic. Upon their return k ks Mrs M. L. Lawson, Mrs.Lweli many facts and good deeds 'or
ray College, Hattlesburg, Miss. evening supper guests of Mr Ga. last Tuesday: to' Friday. Mr. Johns! entered Alachua -, J Lawson, Mrs W K.iawaon The bride was given In marriage the ned Cross> orKanlantmnHo "/
Arthur will be home for the amt Mrs. John fleas in Lake "Mrs." W B. Mundy and Mrs General Hospital from Sun- Mrs. :Marie Siemer by her brother-ln-Uw is hoping to re.ictiv.iti: theRed

summer and Marcia will return City. Guy Sale were In Atlanta, Ga. day to Thursdiy. for observation Mrs. Jerry Gay, Mrs. Paul Ellis Hull. Attemlnnti were Cross Chapter of the: Red '
school In ten hostessto ; .. Mrs\ Charlotte Welch of' St. organization,
Sharon
to summer Noegel was Cross
Sunday to Wednesday attend and treatment t, Underbill, Mrs C. S. Martin,
day.*. Arthur has as his guest the 1965-66 cheer leaders ing the Fashion Mart. Mrs. S. L. Peek Sr. was I Mrs. Nell Tucker, Mrs. L. A Augustine, sister of the bride, After the business! meetingwas : C r' I Iy1

Wednesday! Thursday, Mis at a slumber party and weiner Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Lee of visiting Mr. and Mrs Roy .anova, and Mrs. R. O. Dana- and Billy Dowling of Starke.Mr. held, refreshments were, + Y

Jane Warier of Pompano roast Saturday night at the "Macon" Ga. were guests last Ward In Lake City last Friday .>y. Helsabeck Is employed served and. the members surprised

Beach. Noegel cottage on Kingsley week of Mrs Sue Miles. and Saturday. flowers. were used to by DuPont and he and his Mrs. Ilutchcson with a
Spring
:Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Col...!>nand Lake. Mm James Weldon and Mrs. Hazel Behnke of Green In highlighting bride are residing at Kingsley baby, shower.
daughter Margaret, and Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Woods: spent the week advIL.ltllgc Luke. Mrs. Freddie Stephens serve
children of Jacksonville! were Cove Springs a
interest In the Lawson -
Mrs. F. F. Flume, were In and daughters of Lake City visiting her parents. Mr. and end with Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Miss Gloria Smith points home of for! the occasion. vl as co-hostebd.: 4t G

North Carolina last week were visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. Mrs. Jack McComb last Wed Thompson Jr. Receives DegreeMiss The refreshment table was Eastern Star

visiting' relatives. S. Woods on Sunday. nesday to Saturday. Mrs. Comer Perryman of covered with a white \linen Awards BanquetSet
Mrs. J. R. Hardee of Fer- Mrs. Alice Anderson of Honors Dignitary
Mr. and Mrs F V. Herlongof Jacksonville and Mr. and "Mrs" Gloria arr.itn. a 1962 cloth with spring flowers' placed
nandlna Is spending two weeks Starke and Mrs. Martha Johns Jacksonville were Saturday Jack Francisco and sons of 1 County For Jr. ClubThe ; .
Bradford
and
graduate of at one end a punch
L. A. Davis. attended the Mrs. Henrietta Hunt, grandrepresentative
with Mrs. ton of Miami
visitors of Mr. and Mrs. W. Danville, Va. were Monday High School, will graduate bowl In the renter. Around the Club
of Maryland, Junior Woman's
S. E. Sparks is in the Lake funeral of a sister-in-law, visitors of Judge and Mrs. E
in F Herlong.Mr. from Tlft College, Forsyth, bowl was a garland of daylilies honored at the Eastern will hold its annual awards:
observation was
City VA Hospital: for Mrs. Charlea E. Burton
and Mrs. William J. K. Ferryman. majored in
3. She .
June and
Cia on fern.Approximately
01
Star with a special and Installation
and treatment. Atlanta Ga. last Wednesday. meeting banquet
Beach Mr.: and Mrs[ E. L. Matthews
Moenser! of Daytona and. will teach biology
biology 33 guests: attended entitled "Musical Saturday, Maj :2S a ,
.
Starke officers on
Miss Mary Bollinger of They returned to on weekend of Mr attended the Florida Press Association program
Walham-Carey College, will Saturday.Rev. were and Mrs. L. C.guests Adams. at Silver Springs and Ing High general, Griffin science, Ga.in Spald- between seven and nine Notes," with all the officers at 7 p.m. at the dub hous ,, r ,

is In De. o'clock. taking part.
return home on Saturday.Mr. W. A. Hogan Mrs. Nelson Green, Mrs. last weekend.
and Mrs. Jerry Williams troit, Mich. Monday to Satur- Ruth Frazier, Mrs. C. D. Williams Miss Lillian Stump and Mrs. The hostesses presented! the After the program Mrs. : 'DVERTtEl1lt{ lUJE:' :

and children of Gainesville day attending the Southern and Miss Madge Mid- A. S. Harrison attended the WSCS Honors honoree with a blue bedspreadas Hunt was presented with a AS: : .. I

were visiting Mr. and Mrs. T. Baptist Convention. dlcton attended the Wesleyan Fashion Mart In Atlanta Ga a memento of the occasion. gift by the Worthy Matron

C. Chastain on Sunday. Gene Wiggins reports to Service Guild meeting in Wll- from Sunday to Wednesday. BHS Graduate Mrs. Gladys: Odom. It cost only $725 to add
Mrs. Charles Zlppercr underwent Fort Eustls, Va. today after liston Sunday afternoon. A3/C Tommy McLendon Keith Reeves
:Monday 1 in ten leave of absence.At Members of the Methodist
days West'
surgery Mrs Lucile Davis was left last Wednesday for Great BooksDiscussion
St. Vincent's Hospital. the annual sports recognition visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. G. over Air Base, Mass. after WSCS. who annually honor Wins AwardIn BRYANT QUIETLINE COOLING

Miss\- Barbara Miller' of Lake day ceremony, sponsored Davis Jr. in Gainesville Tues- five days leave with his parents the Methodist senior students ArchitectureKeith Group .

City was visiting Rev. and by the Furman University day and Wednesady. ...1:1': and Mrs. Paul Mc- gave a family amnor party Members

Mrs. John Brabham on Fil-, I Pep Club, Lynwood Walters Mrs R. L. C. Thomas of: Lendon. Monday evening at the Gar-Ma Reeves of WinterPark Invites in this 6-room Jacksonville home
i "Mr." and Mrs. S. L. den Restaurant for Miss
day. 'son of Wildwood spent the weekend ;Miss Gale Cronkhite was was recently presented The Gainesville Public Library
Rev. and Mrs John Drab Peck Jr., was honored and Miss Cecl FloydIn rian Rose Green, tne only
H rbertThomn.s. of
Mr. and Mrs. the guest '
with first
this with a check as prlz'wlnncr extends a cordial in itatlon
ham and family attended the I presented with a trophy as Grove, S. C. from Methodist! senior student I
Cherry ; contest adult:
n a sponsored to all Intel'c' d
Trinity Methodist Church I the outstanding m mber of Mrs. Herbert Green to Monday.Mr. jM ji j-:
and Thursday
Mr. !
year.The by tae Wood Council for to Join Its Great BOOKS Dis-
Palatka the team for the table was centered
dinner
homecoming on I gmnnstlcs and attended Armed E. L. Matthewswill
family and Mrs. the house\ design making the cushion Group
Sunday afternoon. school year. Force. Day ceremonies at to Gainesville, Ga. with a carnation arrangement f. .
go most extensive; \ and Imagin
In two shades ol f The (1rou;> has met very s
Sunday afternoon.Mrs. to Monday to get
Mayport Saturday
atlve use of wood. -diy off
bud vase first and third Tue
white
attended who blue In a
Arlcn McKnight daughter, Betsy,
their
I Public Health Nursing school which was n gift to the hon Mr Ifeeves. a graduate ol f the month throughout:; t'.r
New and Different! the has spent the past year
Section meeting of District the University of Florida, j 15!I I fall !and winter, and has decided -
i at Brenau Academy.
oree.Also employpd with an architectural
10 the Alachua County attending this delightful to continue to do sot
at
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD I Health Department Monday.: Mr. and Mrs. Victor Dawn,Lamb and affair were Kev. and Mrs: firm In Orlando, and \; this surimer! stalling June 7 a a
and daughter married to the former Saran
i Mr. and Mrs. George K/ John R. Brllhh'LlII.Services' In order to discuss modern t y
Sunday c
Browning spent roc
Fred Woodburn of Starke. i 41JI
Educational Film Strip Bennett of Orlando and grandson at Daytona Beach. book i {nwa
Kimble Bennett Jr. of The hook on the programfor

I Jacksonville, Mrs. Virginia Held Summer Reading the first meeting 1 Is .
"The Woodman Storv"For Smith and Mrs. J. F.. Wilson Two HospitalizedIn Program Begins Faulkner's.! "The So.md and rJeu

I spent the weekend at the Smash-up Mr. Jones 79 the Furv," and other title

Free Showing In Your Home I Smith cottage on KingsleyLake. For June 3 At LibraryThe will\ be :agreed upon by the wr NwN+ea :..

[Continued from Page One] Bedford Lake Discussion Group on June 7
Steve Denmark Is homo for Of annual Sumnvr Reading The meetings take plare at ?
Clip This Coupon and Mail To two weeks from Gordon Military Ins; to a witness! and had her Program begins June :3 the Galnpsvllle Public Library Surprised

I*. O. Drawer" A, Starke, Fla. College before) returning turn slinal operating when Charles Monroe Jones, 79, at the Starke-Bradford 419 East University Avenue -

(Film Available To Members and Non-:MemberN' ) for summer school. He was the Plymouth plowed Into died Tuesday morning; at hla County Public Library, for all I at 1 p. m... and there are Most home owners are when they learn how reasonably we

- - recently promoted to Corporaland the rear of her F:>rd. The home on Bedford Lake aftera children who can read. RegIstration no requirements! for attending can air condition their whole house with Bryant.

Name .- -. - .. elected First Sargeant in witness toil Florida Highway brief Illness. starts! the SAme day except a love' for reading This home has 1288 square feet of floor space. Quletlina
the A. U. S. A Club for next l Patrol Trooper: W E. Sund- I A native of Alabama. Mr. and will continue throughoutthe !and \vlllinaness to '' sInt'restlp cooling was added right onto the warm air system quicklyand

: Address year.Mrs. berg that, the Plymouth a- Jones was a retired section summer. : : books with! a congenial built-in features of Quietline simplify
I Ruth Frazier and Mist pi>ari>1 t to bt traveling/ at an foreman employed by the The 1686 theme is Florida "roup. It Is not necessary economically. The

-I-hone.- -_ - I Madge: Middleton spent Friday excessive rate of speed. Florida East Coast Railroad Fun Fare and promises an to have partlflnated In installation.We .

"night and Saturday with The Plymouth did not stop, for many years. II?;! was a Interestlrp' wav for> the children !- orevlou Great Books! met t'ns are adding Quietlina to adequate forced warm air

-''I I Mrs. Sfaoml Scntterday In but plowed. Into the rear of: Baptist? a M Mon. and a to chart their summer or to enroll In advance: systems for $000 and up.The coat to air condition your boats
I Jacksonville and attended the< the Ford knocking It part) member of the WOW. reaWin"Fn.h ."hl'r* -t p and the
shading
and will depend upon the size, design, insulation
Initiation
Kappa Delta Tl had live:! In this card features an alligator, to PATTEN ASSIGNED:
? ally off the pavement Mr Jones! /
v r. Y tw arl need for additional wiring and duct work.
installation. the nine years which the chit, auu TO OtVAI, COURT;
SynH Smith Lewis, va a I area for past u u"cu
Mrs. E. T. Vestal of Starke, charged with nn"ed too fast coming here from Port ration for each hook h<- Circuit Judge George L,, Let us survey your home and tell you how reasonably you

;. ,e. jJ''i' FS/61JOIEwr.th1F I E. D. Thompson of Alachua,,, for road conditions. Orange. reads. When the alligator Is Patten of Starke has been I, can enjoy cool comfort this summer and the summers to come: :
tiN9 VDs $ () { and Mr. and Mrs' E. T.
il* { Surviving' Is his wld:>w. full the child has read 13 assigned< to preside In Duval We guarantee our work. Call us today.brqant.
tat vj ywn. tiJrq ) ; r p4h"A:d'ar Thompson of Arcadia spent
last week visiting relatives and Funeral Services Mrs. Ida Lilly Jones of Bedford :!- books. Then he Is Liven a County Circuit Court In the
dtuRhter. sneetal Florida Fun Far* absence of Judce Charles ALucklp. ,
deep sea ttshing In Key West LR!:e: one I
Held, SaturdayFor pin to wear. At the end of ,
Mr. and Mrs. Nate Dyad l,, Mrs Alice Ruth HUBRlniJacksonville who )la on vacation.
Carl- the surrmer the child wli, The assignment! made
by
Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Goodge,, Mrs. Smith one son was
I
have a c. m..te 1 record of hi Chief All CONDIT10NIN9
and Mrs. Berry Dyal Sr. spent Isle M. Jones. Jacksonville: a Justice Campbell

the weekend with Mr. and Mrs Mildred<< Roberts\ brother. W. J, Jones Grace- summer reading, because the Thornal of the Florida Supreme -

t J ::1 tr Mrs. Jim Goodge in Winter' Smith.! 34. of Starko. died In vllle: ar.d a sister. Mrs. Pearl) author and title of each hoot" Court.
t rend are noted on the reading GAS ANDAPPLIANCES
Haven. Mrs. Dyal attended a TliuwlavMiv Teston of Orlando.
"loc..1 l hospital
!' s tA't1'Na 1) card. ed< in summer reading
r t t.Sr+ a 1 (aa ir+' the SLADE
planning conference of Ifl,, after an extended: 111- Funeral I services! were he'd
Remember '
Chllirrn : : Vacation rea -
may read library -
State Standing Committee ne"s. -,Jhea, born\ In I Sand at 4:30:: r> m. Thursday In the any hava .
ers :! more fun man
books their r'eadhn'level anybody
on :
chairmen of the Florida Federation erson on Nov 11. 1911 and Bansett-Mclntosh CVinpel: at i
: other vacation
-except :
with limitations
no *
of BPW Club ..">_ a member of the Baptist Port Orange Interment was a Madison fi4-770l()!
to subject. As wen liS being readers! :iJ2: W. : St.QUIETLINC. Phone !)
Mr. and "Mrs." Fred Guy or Church. In Bell attend the vacation fun. public:! library ,
will
Gainesville _..
her husband Daytona Beach ._ -._ __ -- -- --- '--- ,-=--=====-=-- -
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of their (laughter.Jane ,, ] -
graduation
,\11*tt.\ Smith, of Rta rltt'. one ifi, I III
from Wesleyan: College uilitpr.! Linda Kiv STilth'' 1'lunlC'T; IB I>TIN: maintain and "ven exceed III .w, I=

$,_ wip .=dktu,+ ,cost '' f Macon G.I. on May[ 30. They, tln O R.lt''I' \ OVER: HOLIDAYThe their present rctdiiu: levels II't 1
[ ? wo eons Au- ,,; .; '
\iany education journals:
will also attend the graduatlon attest -
STtRNI BVt G. QCI4'fPAY1II0t4't of their son, Jimmy, from and Ralnh Thomas Florida Highway Patrol to the fact that the I"j" I"I"I "
Sll'I"
afc Y ysoi d !n* p'f' $t Berry College Home, Ga.! on Smith all o' flmrki" that 16 p-vsons will reading: levels of children luilingtanl s ;
t **rjWv.: *4v'A* VrV'it' iri* .rV< ly.u June 5. !.1rs. InelHarvey;\ olRalfmd Ien: traffic cl'a.heon who don't rend dII'lnlh\
wfiff Anoi $ jj1- "*MJ brothers. ..fOplRohl'l't I
Mr. and ;Mrs Carl Sewell : two Florida streets and 1-1'>\h'vays 'iimmer drop while' the I
ihU a'MMTiUt tre. Mi .11M1n1'wodad"r' and, family were visiting Mrand "" !! of Keystone Heights' during! the three-day Memorial level rises for chih-den en
.1 Mrs. Tilden Norris In St.Mary's qn' Lonnie Roberts. of Pnl- holidav period starting GRADUATION
,, ford; and her parents! WU- and continuing GIFT HEADQUARTERSCAMERAS
[ Ga. over the weeken(1.Mr at 6 )r>. rn Friday
and! Mrs Walter Tim- lIam Henrv and Pcnrpy Dob- through! midnight Sunday ARE TERMITES

t ) merman of Stockton Ga. and son Roberts of Ralford "nememberlnn an*, DESTROYING
? Mr. and ;Mrs J. C. Vining and Funeral'!! services were hell practicing safe dii.ln will'I

e-r children< of Palatka were Sun. at 11 a. m. flaturdav In Jones< lessen this fill IIrt'. so let' YOUR HOME? Diamonds

day dmner guest. of "Mr.,, andMrs. Memorial Chapel with Rev drive thIs prediction: downan GIFT

; L. D. Vining. jThn R Brabham officiating. .! make It a holiday we'l1 VREE Jewelry
Local admittances to Bradford Interment was in the family all live to remember" says :

County Hospital this week nlot !In Crosby Lake Ceme Col. H. 1". Klrkman. directorof INSPECTION r DEPARTMENT
Include) : Mrs.[ Alice, McIntosh, terv under direction of De- the Department; cl Public f i i '1

Mrs Jessie Young!,:, Jeff Sellers Witt C. Jones Funeral Home, Safety. i d.&d... DSAI: '' ;

Steve Pavlik Jesse Active pallbearer! were J, _..... .. ''St'i ; ,\.& 1
Thomas, and Mrs. I.IlIian Bishop .. I r'l r !Sif:...r mn ) "
W. Holm Merrill Orlffls, ?. q. }!,_....7.r ; JI"-
of Stal'kers.; ; ( Gladys DUly Hardenbrook. Albert: Plastic Notebook\ $2.30 at the 539 E. Can) 964-3963 : .ofJ.t; ANC11LS; ) IX A
4ytrl1.. AUen, j INSTAl\IAflC Wedding Sets I
Mrs! Patricia Norman Newman. R. E. Jones and! TELSGRArtl.: DIRGE: SELECTION
and Thomas Corbett of Law- I
Gerald Griffis.Bradford
tey; Charles Herb of "Melrose" : I POLAROID .50 I IN ALL PRICE

Mrs Shirley Ann Christian of 1 $32 IL\Xr.E.

Mlddl burg; Mrs. Sara Janie Economic SWINGER Up ,

Harrington and Clarence Agency To Elect nJAIOXVALLETS: )

and Smith Ricky of Hodge Keystone of Heights Brooker.: Officers TuesdayMembers Now you can buy $1995 Up' Princess BIBLES


The Most Convenient Way Sheriff and Mrs. P. D. Reddish of the Bradford Investors Stock Fund
ANSCO
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Paulk, County Economic Agency $1 4.95 $3.95
and Mr. and l Mri.! Vernon Red. Up
dish of Starke, and Glenn Reddish Inc. will elect new officers! a* for20amonth !* Cadet No. 11 (IT II) Tame" In 'Cold; Free I
To Bank Is From Your Car! ) and "11'. and Mrs. Roger a meeting: at Starke Eiemen.tart' CULTUHED
csfetorlum at 8 m
p.
Chase and son! of Decatur, Jewelry Cases
Ala. next Tuesday, May 31. .... $7.95 Pearl Rings
spent Sunday at Cedar Mow can accumulate mutual fund shares
you on a regu Up
Parking problems disappear-You save! Key. "This )Is an open meetln:rand liar monthly payment plan to fit your family budget.

time and trouble-\yhen you use our convenient any Interested citizen ol With payment of $20 a month-"after an initial Channel Master $9,95 $1.00

Drive-In linking Service. ..lustdrive TilE BRADFORD Bradford County It welcometo $40 payment-you can acquir shares of Investor Pp Up
attend. We are anxious t? Stock Funds Transistor
up to our outside teller's window
COUNTY TELEGRAPH get Ideas ant: opinions from Thii i* a mutual fund designed to provide Ion,. Charms $1.00 .llrsortment of
and make your deposits! or withdrawals:., aU citizen term up MENS
regarding any of capital appreciation po88ibilitiM aa well as a
without ever the seat of 'ad! Published RADIO 11 IC Solid Poet
leaving your ( every Thursdayat the services' which we. may reasonable income.
That's Just! one of the many ways that we 138 W. Call St.. I, provide under the provisions For full details (prospeetoan) Investor Stock JEWELRY

try to make banking here easier and more Starke, Fla. 32091 of the Economic Opportunity Food and ttta BOW Investors Accumulation Plan- $9.95 Pierced Earrings Cuff Sets

pleasant for you! E. L. Matthews editor and! Act." Jnvce Rlherd. secretary Up .25 -
publisher of the Bradford County Economic CALL YOUR $1 Tie Tacs

1IOMK: OWNED-rHO.MK) : ; OPERATED Second class Agency Inc. says In \ / TAPE Up $ '1 .50
postage paid her letter to each member. ::::; MAN TODAY!
at Starke, Fla. Whiling & Davis: Uo

The Community State Bank Subscription! Rates: be Open held discussion concerning-vllj various also JOE (Ski) VALINSKIPhone Recorders BRACELETS Ident Bracelets

In trade area: $3.30 per projects for next year's year- 964-4075

OF STAHKE year; $200 fix months. round Head Start. Neighbor 532 South .Street $49.95Up
hood Youth $2.00Up
Outside, trade area: J4.0O Corps. Homo $4.95Up

MEMBER\ F. D. I. C. per. year; 12.23 six months. Health Aide Training Program --J
and a ComprehensiveHealth

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virilrn Club I Miscellaneous 1 ____ Yvonne GodbeeIs .j-- I l.un..J\pon. I Innors
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Installs NewPresiclent
Wt9IGLADYS Shower Honors "
TJ1 Mrs Whitehead Engaged To f1 1 ,nlvin! Kilrh, ,

Wayne S. KinneyThe 'New Attorney

\II'''. A. Russell Normanw Mrs. Glenn 1
H MOOTY w\t. i i installed: as president of Lake Butler, the Whili-hend fornn-i" !!, //l11\I I of cngagi-mcui\ of Miss t f-' ,,.I.In, flili<,-h, .sun, or MiM I II ,

Phone 964-0651 the Starke Garden Club at a Srk! of Starko, wall honored Patricia Yvonne Godbee( tn I .,i/i, i i: t< h. wis; IIIJlII,1 I 1 'I ,

A i "\cicd, dish supper and meeting with a delightful mmivll.ni/ / / Wayne Shelton Kinney IH an- -' "P'l'i'ul." ,' Dir in 'r .ill ,ill"i .
\lol1 : ,, -:
> anti Mrs M. E. Uodbcc of MI itci iv in tin- NI i "\i''""
.il., Parish, House
"i 1 at the First Christian, church -
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Jacksonville ,o\\1,1'i, i i i i ';rIlrnK.
ElI :AiljH t i Martha. Sue :McCain
recreation hall HosUssi" !! -
wi" >
I li'iim I' ] ; Demonstration Agent, Miss Brenda< Lewis, Mis Mu ugarct :Mi.sH\ Goilbce Is a graduateof ) Ai i "', 1 T.I(' cPI" II't'''( I

'.' 'no Installed the officcm\( Coltle, M""'". ..r.ihni. Englowood High: School' 'If., >I.i ,.,u'Iicr. ; ,inn.lih'! ,.. MII
Co-' 1 ; : i 'I'.].ued the duties, of each thur Reddish, i'uli's Tou i D) ,> ant, is employed at the Clue, I '"- "I i I l Kiav;,, : 1\\' rec : ,: ..'!'in i ,r with the elements of aiipli'ted Strickland, Miss! Su: .i i Oinrni,. Crews. of B'lorUl.i Inc. tn ,lack- ..-i ..1',: lurt'lu'on' < ",it .'I 1'1"' ,I'i' I1111 i I-
lib'' sonville.
"" / flower arrangement. and :Mist Dorothy lln/ > 'U Ki t.i.nanl, ..1 i .1'I'i '! ': i '
ten i n (element in harmony with The refreshment' t t III"t >''i" "> ,m Mr. Kinney, the lion of ;Mrs >..!M),', m :Mr" nn I "i!I. I Ii J"" i '1111 1-
1st 1 in others. Those to serve with covered with a whih-" linen!! Carolyn Redgrave, iUton wire :.Vn\ Norman arc: Ill'st'Ice- cloth with it pun.. h h.. I in the University of F'lorlil.i, anti 'w\\'lv i i'''u,it I IM'| ,it'n' I\ '4. .
) 'inident.' :Mis.\ R. 1>', Young; the center around whit, h wall 1 1'v 1 Is 1 now with the Army Nittlon.il their, wivia. ..
Datt Gtunl, l-'ort llenning.Gil. ,
-i mill ,
vice-president, Miss
l a garland of fern. At on,I' oid; -
> tl.i Miss Beth MartinEngagement -
> rtosenbcrg: third vlc-c- of the. table was an .in 1'> nge;;: 1- .
:Be .. The couple Is planning,: II
I iMi.lont. :Mrs." L. V. Hardin; ment of pink spring flowers) : Told (>
no JSA I iiM'iiry.I J : :Mrs: T. I. :Mcraer- Presiding nt the punch bow' Ju.ie 5th wedding( lit 3 p.m. In ( \ '."
H'i treasurer, Ml'd. T. B.H were Miss Lewis and 1 ;\II's. the Rnglewood/ B.iptl.sl Church i To Lawrence Parr )
bllla] I I -.img. : Fr.Mis. Reddish.. In Jacksonville. |

1 I L,. V. I Ilardln. the out- The gifts were displayed 1 on Relatives anti friends are :Mr.\ nnd l :Mis., a.irv, H. Martin : <
an r 1"'Il: president, attended) the a table, covered with \\viilii invited( to attend.! nnnotincc the!! enRijfpnient :;
ell i I' a Mil a president's conference( linen and decorated with pink anti approaching. ( ) / rmiiTliice;
Rtv _c AC ...1. I tho Golden Hills Country bows. Mis3 Kathy Myrick, their d iiiRhtpT.. ,. Rlix: ,tliptliI 4 1ay!
m f 11''> ,n Cc.il.i on Tuesday. The hostesses presen '.f I "nhonorcc '" I Beth I "'.!lIthelill.. to Lawrence -
$ 41 .: It.irdin: Invited! the con- \ with an electrK, an Mr. Fitzpatrick Lament PUT. son of like

i ''''c to meet in SUrko next opener 'ns a memento 01 tin' Wed May 20thMr. :Mt., im out ;Mrs, I.. Lam out I IViir ,I
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ii49 t I n\I. Oclullon.: ;I I of Alh ..nv, ii.,. ,

diw.: Among the 70 guest. invited Miss Melba Priscilla Cox Is Wed and Mrs. Robcit Myrlrk' 'I'hl'I'hllno/( Is l's.'anci.' for, rioother

a A Mrs. Milliard to attend between 7:10:: alld l In Live Oak I announce the marriage/ of S.ituid.iy. Juno fl", nl t H n'ciuik:
Church On May 21 I IMi1 In the evening lit the M I tdl-
9:30: o'clock were Mrs Rudolph I their laughter> Kalherlno Sue, ,,
iia _ri. Honored On Sink mother of the I to Ronald L. Fitzpatrick, son son Street Ripll.t t rhiinhMUs S.-

vi: : : 75th Anniversary honoree, Mrs. A.. W. White- dau.'htp- Melba! PrUcilU Coc: ', (I'hur.-h after the ceremony, : of Mr. and Mrs. I)). W. Fitzpatrick -I : :Martin /Kiaduatcil, from CAPTURI PT AI.LIi
of
MI and MrsRalph
Enidford I ugh :khnuJ l in 1 HI!>!Bl!:!
.. head Jr., of Lake Butler mother and among those assisting> In Sr. of l Kettering, ( -- : ''
From 11,0 Hrst
hubou t Cox of Llv ,
r :s; of tho bridegroom and ervlm Ohio. anti attended Noim.in College
it > \en of her ten children, *! were Mrs. James ray of light
OAk. arM Trcnwith(
: h ..milod! I :.Mrs.Velth4.. Hal Hard, Mrs. Whitehead Sr, also of ,i''Wal'll. U s, Rockwell LewU and Mrs. Vernon Sll- Tho marriage was performed She will graduate this i"", nth This one day .
Naval
ecaJ .t : :' ., mi niorly of Lnwtey, on her Lake Butler. I i I San Utf-o., Calif.. Station, cox of Sin ike, who presided, l by Rev. Emory Wallace on from Stetson Univcrsilv I I, In Is alive, fThls -
i ...... _,.J ,' :: T.;>,th unnueraiu' April 2... I Reynolds: Ward son ofh': I I IConn. at the !punch\ table. :May: 20 In the First Baptist rielnml.] where she. majored( In on*day '
of Clinton. i full,
> to
t'lh The dinner, was held at the Fall Set Church In DeRlddci, La. Attendants English.Mr./ *k\ *L
Plans
The -
bride graduated from: )> You should
._ ,
Miss Clairnell Ruth Is Bride' arid the late Rockwell Parr graduated! fiom! < j
Cooper In of her
me
son-in-law and Suwv-inre were Miss Mary Dixon ;\ It all. -
!! capture
High
County
BVal', \ of West Hartford.Conn '
ADK ; High School in 1962 I'
Albany
Of Harold Clive < liiiKhter. :Mr. and Mis. Ber- By Sorority School In Live of Starke, and Billy :My-
O! Branham On May 7 I naid Rosier, were united In mar Oak end Florida I and 1 is assistant shop foreman .
In Fort Pierce, rick brother of tho bride.
a Alpha Gamma Al- l-Inge\ or Saturday May 21. State University, Tallahassee with the branch
,, chapter I Albany' of "
uid) record
was attended I For the photographic your
a Miss Clairnell Ruth Cooper, bncti, m>1 id 1 -. \\*ei i II sacs Martha i i her 29 by many of pha Delta Kappa sorority, at 4:00: ) p. in. In the First II where she was a The bride chose for her of Smith-Cray lilectrlc Co. of wadding, the services of a qualified ..
daughter of Mrs[ C. L. Cooperof Sil'IIH'l i"i BollllU' (nilfflS.i 'i I grandchildren\ : nineRicatgramVhildien member of Alpha XI Delta! marriage a two-piece white I .
a: met at tho home of ;Mrs. R.'s Baptist Church in Live : Georgia.All professional photographer ate .sw -
i Starke, became the brtdu, of i and J i IIInie (Orlfflx Phc .ittand-. ;'lends( and and other Mulllna ;Monday night and Rev. C A. Webb social !s-'roalty.' Since graduation lace suit with white accessories friends l mo invited to I tal. -
Harold Clive Branham son of I I ants weie !gowned alike ini.treet fi 'elntives.AmonA' 08C'1 Mil" has taught at Normandy and her only ornament
p those enjoyed a covered dish supper thp double ring ceremony.MiS. attend the wedding and l reception -I Photographs: you will
,
}1r. a, I :Mm S. E. Branham, attending from diamond necklace
leR: l1lrt'"es of blue I Village wan a single
n before the meeting. .'; Charles W. Ooff Elementary which will follow In the I Ieliui'ch treasure lifetime irr
of Palatka Saturday evening: i penn d.<> sole., with matchingI Lawley were :Mr. and Mrs. J. Plans made for the of ,1 School In Jacksonville.The a gift from her parents.She \ ; a ,
tin May 7, at 8 o'clock( at the headpieces.' They' carried bouquets II (G.i.sklns and :Mr, and !Mrs. were Jncksonvlll" attended her carried a white prayer annex. I beautiful I natural color*
I : Uill G.iskms fall, and the chapter accepted sister. as matron of honor 'la 'n bridegroom Graduated -
11tI tiP :Madison Street BaptIst Church. blue with and children. book with fall us today Ask for'rr
of carnations topped a purple- ,
( i I as the! altruistic project the floor length sheath gown from Deerfield Academy Elden
t4p) The double rIng: ceremonywas I I long; SI'lreampl'H. Scholarship House at FSU. A of yellow brocade a',d crep" Deerfleld, Mass, and the U. throated" orchid. Sapps I e ucdding brochure,
pe.i formed by Rev. Felder i Thomas Coon of Green Cove i :at each t'n"1" '(' surrounded I Following the wedding the Set House albums. ,
d I report on the aid given the featuring! an empire waist S. Naval! Academy at Annapolis. / Open Complete priced
L. Rowan. pastor.As Spiings, hrothiM-ln-1'tw" of the by fern and white ,
pompoms. mAde short
weddingtrip
II Special Classes was made. with! scooped neckline elbow Md. couple a : : to fit every budget.\
the guests gathered, nuptial i A'room11" host. man and the i'I The bride's book l.ible held a After routine business, the to Pascagula, Miss.. after Mr. and !Mrs. Eldon S.ipp : S
length sleeves and a flowlru
After
music WIIS presented by! .ushervei, >> Richard iJichl of memory candle with a garland\ ) following officers were Installed I pending some time which the bridegroom will be hosts at nn open
Hal Lawson. soloist, and :Mrs PalA lka, Sonny Ciriggs\ of of fern und pompoms at the, : president, Mrs. Luclle! beck rnricl/ caught with a I with their guests, the youn< ed to his station with relllrn-I house Sunday afternoon' from! BULLIGTONSTUDiO!'

L.> A. Canova, orgnnist. Butler, and Domld. : Cooper, of base. Keeping: / the bride's book Brown; vice-president, :Mrs. soft flat bow. Her headdress !II'j 1 couple left on a wedding trip my at Fort Polk, La. The 2:30: until 1 5:30: ) o'clock at their
The altar was lighted with Cocoa, brother of the bride. was Miss>I Sharon' Cooper of Ruth Frailer; recording secretary was n miniature: rose of yel- to the western part of th" I bride Is staying with her par new homo on Kulford Road! '
tapered candelabra with white A reception was held In t hechurch Lakeland, (coiisin of the bride.Cutting Miss Madge Mlddleton; low sl Ic'!! oromn with a short ,, United States They will reside ents in Stiiike until he has a All frll'n tapers on either side of the the circular veil of Illusion She at Mlramnr Naval Air
educational bride's
cake
building. station when she Invited to call theso
corresponding secretary, :Mrs. permanent during IMIONE):; !I-727I(
Ivy covered arch. Across the On Mrs. Oma carrlr-d a crescent shaped Station. San Diego. Calif.
one wnll was .n large white were. Harrison of Lucili Payne; treasurer. Mrs will join him. hours.
background were I baskets of Chiefland and Mrs. bounupt of white daIsy pompoms -
satin heart entwined with 11- W. K.: Law- Marilyn Roberts; sergeant at .
white gladioli, mums, and gii.strum, and) blue flowers. In son of Starke. Presiding at arms, Mrs. Minnie Lou Patray; ; I'.terspersed with yellow '" '" -
pompoms and potted palms. the conte-r of the heart a'JA a I the punch bowls were, :Miss> chaplains, Mrs. Mailhn' Pellum tulle and yellow satin

Given In marriage by her silhouette*, of the couple. Hinging \- I Lvmla Cooper of Lakeland, and :Mrs. Laurie :Mullms; and streamer, Try _
father. the bride 'I Miss Jane Smith Tim bridal! nttendints. Mrs
was lovely I \ from the ceiling In theccntei of Starke, historian, Mis. KveJyn Sin
In a gown fashioned of of the "room were white I :Mis. W.ilter: Stewart of Gainesville Danny MrCilmon: of Llv '
Chnntlllv lace over" taffeta i wedding hells.. I and l :Mrs. Marie Siemerof \ clair. Oak Miss Biend. lewis o! '
KOCH $
with .1 Ailed, bodice square I I The 1 bride's, table was cover I K tin'lie.After I r Rtartc", roiiMrt of the bride _
neckline embroidered. with <>il with while net over blue, a wedding/ trip to UDC To Install I I and !Miss Sharon Ward of _
seed penrN. long tapered sleeves I linen nnd II t em h corner, of ViI'l'inia.o.lr\ : and Mrs. Jtran- I Bnmliviliam.. Mich sister .of
and a full length train the tnble w.is: placed(' the brldermiiri'.s -' ham are at home at Rt. 2, Officers ; Enjoy the 'room. wore (towns Iden- DRUGFor
Her off-t he-fare elbow leMlii. '| bouquets.( The bride.'H), Box;\ 232-A, Starke. The bride Covered SupperThe llcnl tr> that of the :honor at-
veil of tulle was attached loa i I bouquet wns pinned In front chose for t traveling\ 1pink tpnclnn4.: ,
scalloped matching: lace' i I on the four-t luredyeddinj! '\?I suit with matching/ accessories VV, T. Weeks chapter, I Kdwln Sellnrn! served as I !i
crown. She carried a crescent cake While salin I ribbon .st.ilrs UnC will have' a covered dish best man end the usher Iap -
bouquet' of white sweetheart went up the side of the cuke I :Mrs, Brnnham/ is. a typist In luncheon and Installation, of were, I.t COin Charles: F
roses and garlands of stephan- to tho bi,'ide und gloom at I th,' the Soil Department at the officers, at their lust meetingof Rlflk"I'. It. John Baehr. U
otis with puff" of white tulle top ) L'rmoisitv, of Florida and Mr, the year next Wodnesd iy. Rnhl' n Rltaolrt I.t. IJn
"n top of H uhitiBible The punch. table wis i ,iNooi I Dianhiim, I Is ,emplnvcd nt the June. 1, at 11 :30 am at the Peter IV Schult: mini Lt. !1.11l1) I NOW AT
MISS Peggy Siemer served (''' ('i 1""i' I 11..nil' net in'or' li'm' i fjiliir.; ,, Barbel! Shop in Gaine.f-, home of Mrs F. B. Beard on Wllllim! T. Walter. all ofJarksontlle. Gifts That Are
as maid of honor and the linen an.I.! I tinIVMI I pun h bowi-' 1.,1, ;,' Kingsley Lake : ; I,

Ti"!, '!'jilde t given In mar- KOCH'S DRUG
I Sure To Please
la1':e bv b"ifather" wore a
floor 1I.thown: : / of bou<1I1P' :

and taffrri.Ion-with slpp-.es bateau. ta.'Prlng;. neekllns to HER HIM t You Get

IIltentlon & Girls (rnlln ncints( at the wrist Th i r-
Boys molded bodice: with nppllqucinf !
repmbroldTPd lace wasi"hli"hi" I COSTUME.; JI W. --_- BILLFOLDSLIGHTERS '-.' _

"<, I with seed! pearl i ELICY'I'_ _ _
(
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t-'ni rxtpndlnz! down the TRANSISTOR
1 f''nut of the A-linp skirt The RADIOS) LEATHER IlTSBlLU'OLD MERCHANTSGREEN I
full rl1"lIlarfltt.P811, chapel

E8TER! THE "TURTLE DERBY" t t.: .'in WHS, cauuht at the TRAVEL; ALARM: I SHAVING: NEEDS
linulrlei) .' with a soft fAt: bow ;,
H -r shoulder'! \ length multl- I CLOCKS CLOCK\: _
tiered vi'il" of pure s'lk' Illusion WRIST WATCHES .
was attached to a for- I I ELECTRIC HALL POINT PENCAMERA

,,ni'l clutter of RAZOR I STAMPS

'.>rt"tn' rosps and 11<'mlnlatur"l! (CAMERACOSMETIC l

Sponsored f'IP' culled, a /\,, : SETS KNIFE. .;

phnlnenip! ) orchids. stPDhanotls I _ _
I Ked I and:! white butterfly I -
By
loses H'r( only ornampnt wasa Spray Popular Men's W

and Miii-Ie strand of pearls I

J gift of the groom. With Your Purchase
Mrs (:cox chose for herdrfii'jhtei's COLOGNE COSMETICSH

wI'dJlnl:! a pin:

silk liinHintr costume sui' Of H Get

WIN\ A\ PAIR OF FAMOUS U. S. KEDS with coisase! :' pink sweetheart rose TABU >LEATHERSets SaveAMBUSH

Mrs '.Vnid. mother of the Lotions Shaving The
gloom was. attired" in a bone I DESERT FLOWER
posturni'uit', with a pink f CreamsDe-

i swpethpoi't rose corsage.Mr l FABERGE WOODHUE odorants ONLY
-.. D. L. Sllcox. of Starke.

", maternal I J grandmother of the TigressAphrodisia CANOE TRADING; STAMP THAT
bride, "ore a beige sheath
Free dress and cymbldlum orchId Eau de Cologne Talc YOU CAN REDEEM{ IN
rpiagpImmediately Flambeau STARKE:
Deodorant
!
after the ceremony -
the traditional "arch REVLON MONSIEUR LANVINREVLON
of sworn was formed bv I _ _ _
I ; Tim
the! ushers. on the steps)f CHANEL _
RUSSIAN LEATHEROLD :
the church for the bride and:!

uroim to pass und"V LANVIN ARPEGE SI'ICE: 4 _

3 RACES EACH DAY -- THURS., FRI., AND SAT. A rpppptlon was he'd'! at the My SinScandalRumeurCrescendo I Sets-- TalcSha'c Lotion ______________________________________

OLD SPICE LIME C
Surprise Birthday
SETS LOTIONS- _ _ _
3:30: -- 4:30: 5:30: Party In HonorOf Pretexte DEODORANTSKANAKA) ) ._ I

Steve Tilley IMPREVA _

& YU C

Steve Tilley was honored NEW! Popular Cricket _

The \Winner Of Each Race Wins A Free Pair Of Keds with on a his Hiirprisc.18th birthday,birthdny party last- BY COTY Lotions!l & Cologne, -' _-' _

Friday night at the Whltehoad. Your Graduation Gifts At
cottage/ on Crystal ake. UOBte.Hea Buy

!! were Betty Ann ReKlater. I

COME ON --- PICK YOUR WINNERNO Tillev Robbie' ; Cathy Shnllpr Whitehead\, and :Mrs., Mrs.Bill KOCH'S Drug and Get Free _


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R'.lmltllng( U1etnl/ re-

fre..hmpnts the evening were enjoyed during Merchants Green StampsWe


PURCHASE NECESSARY --- OF COURSE Deliver-For Pr..criptlon1.: Gifts: !l or Driij Delivery)

,\ CUstirifd All In the TELE- CALL !9iI-)( II)!

(:ii\lll: I (.rings reM.llv.. -

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nn"Hl"fmn IIHINTV TIM ..',11I\1.... NT:\UKW. ....on..." .-. -' .
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Legion Baseball | Pala'ka.ed with' } and Deland Ocalu, Gainesville Othei, 66 Gridclers Improve 3 Bascballcrs In Florida StarTornadoes :

Program Set I I i will >JP scheduled soon On Florida Star
Win

To Am Start"i v.iii: May Legion 31 baseball.tarn : 1 I|1 rd irgeJ Several at nlcht to attend!name, and* will and the! br public support play-la ,I Seniors Squeak 12-9 By BHS Varsity All-Loop Team I I I Ii IiI


the learn.I .
Ef.uar; AkrtdR' announ- ( Three Tornado ba icbnl'ers'' I

,-et- nt' pi'notice and try-outs I, The following: games haw* E i'IPod)(> bthe Seniors 12-9 Wayne :....I Leod. Donald Falcon. All-Sports Award I
will fctart at already been schcduu-d. I all a I
roi ''tntenm. for th' .1 seond, straight nn1 Dwlr-ht' Eld-r. werrmmd
in Tuesday May 31. i:4Q: p. m.l : !' : to the FlorIda .-.
t ,,1 m I beating': by the :KraduauRBradford's Katuriav:
All i''i-if-tcd, bos'C) urge.1 Jimp' 14 Qdinesvllic: 1960 vaislty n.-ver- : Star All-Conferenc' Bia/llorJ: :! High athletes fall becaxise It does not play
1 1I
to i ',)to. t IT the BUS bnsebi.ilin.ir : (there]. the-less showed! "quite a bit of I riiad.| were foimally acknowlecse-i each member but will be eligIble -

"Ion i that date for theM I Jli15:," -Delanrl I here! I 1 I Im 'rovt'mel1t." arcordlnst! to Third baseman McLeod< led) for winning the first all- In the three othef
June 25 Deland [there]. I
; ":Mi'tire! | Head Coach David Hurs<> the Tornadoes In hitting thh sports award for accomplish sports
p .' !'it, expected to have n July 1 Gainesville with a torrid .412jao Basebitllrrs: Honored
I Line! Coach Tony Orlftlth enson ment in the four majar: sportIn ; > -
nuti i I"m> this 'rRI'. accord- I I Itheicl.!) echoed the Head Tornudoe; s I nlth 21 hits In 51 at- the T-lorlda' Star Conference Bradford Hish also) placed

iii i i C""irh AIU'I-' 21' anlii All boys: who did not furnish ,opinion lie sold his linemen I bats He also led in thr rUI1
,m IIIIIJ':i '"i! >,r A li CrosbVi 'hlrth certlflna.tp last "improve.1 pver the I last time<< I batted-1" department with coaches here Saturday.! ference baseball team selected
i -1 "in, of the t pliversve! eTii year :are ur ed to bilnn: them I 12. Saturday.
their techniques. Grlffitnsnid athletes received
.>ro' '1"' "f thin vrar's!! BUS to Coach Abridge at the fhvst on A slick flpldlnajhortstop. Tornado Shortstop Donald Falcon
the line WASA'eak I In I 40 points bvwinri.ni
38 of a possible
iiuwpvpr. all boys !boiwi practice. Mc-
baseman
mi) absence) oi Pilcon hit 334 this season conference third Wayne
cine to the the
spots <
,' i I t I''11' lilIes of IS and 11' Post 58 plans to buy new 'experienced players like! Joey after mnlntalnlnjf over a .400averaRp ) championship; I" football Lood and catcher Dwight

.i 'ein 1\ I'd t > try ou*. Those! I uniform! for the team this Herse nnd Andy Mnyton who in :hl< sophomor", basketball and track and ; Elder were selected to the 11-

I ,' ii p'nip, Sept. 1. i917 areMe 1 vt'fir. This Is tho only opportimltv vvere o'lt' with, Inlurles and lunior! years. He I Is!! th.school's .- finlshlm second In baseball member squad.
fnboys: of this ii'v only 4-spoi t letter- Third! baseman Jack Maul-
"ii '' '- to play nceor.I I't\ t His in
) 'T 1 i \\i u'U IS M One ijf the (finesteir'
"rll"i to plnv Po-t Com'innder man and made all ponfeiencIn din of St. Augustine who;
,
Le h.n ba.sehup Hindi d merect<< [ of BUS athlete
I u'iali "'nieiiran' i I' the history
I
C J. Schaefer I Is!! lookliiK two spoits, football un"bnvl'bnl1 was !iclllrd in an automobile
I i '!O- : drubiuni, but resided In 1963-66 a-
was
i" forward to a fine prom am accident two weeks ago also
,aid mtl? ) n"''W took their first
i ie the Tornadoes
C" hern gi-hpdnl- I Elder, nutted named to the team posthumously
II' : "We have planned the e catchpr n was
ullstatoqunrterhiM
I.m-iU fuotbull faiM got a treat Saturday nlRht n piny* like this ulien Class A state football: title
nkht: "i-nn.cs so that the pub respectable:! .280 with 14 hits .
I k lk>nuld Falcon turned the corner* on th Toriuulo .urslty IM li di l llirailfurd with a perfect 12-0 record
('01'1.11) BE: AVOIDED lie eari ni.loy good baseball In 50 nt-bnts anti committee! Other\ players nazn/M werepltchf'r
'" Ti rnmliK-f to their flrnt (t'lsusn A Htalehiiiiiioiislil won theuroup basketball
In || W
at home, and we }hope you Illxli upponFiitH MIHIIK one error all season lonir IIrtlpd > Ronnie Downey, cen-
'FOIM! out of every five traffic will support the pI'OICI'am. |) In hisliiry.Fulcim for third place at REI'.. championship and were runner terflslcJer.:! Bobby POiJe, right

ace: ''ents in 1965 could 8l'ha"fel' sold.Th.1 eiiKliiet-riMl u 129lrtory In-hind a m-nlor t im Hplretl lth Menil jfradiiulln with !s-ven.. up in the regional PlAYoffs fielder Ritchie ahambley.
an-1 took group and regional
Im':'P been avoided, according Post I expii'ssi"' M- ,1,1: ); menilKTH uf llm CIIII| >||>|UIIHII| teiu.il, hi>tti
[10 In, ui.tuce company re- rilatlim,> < to t'i''! .s, h'' >: ">eoii Iliitch Ite
*> 'j Tilt mil 10: cause ofl > :i' 1 ami 1 the. Olu' Ri. i ea halfhurk UwlK'it' ililer: uiul oilier*. Itas tlm last chiince local faun hail towe was second In the nll-'tnnort-'! honors nil of Palatka ; second base. ;
tlon OI.'fllI..I'i ( i ant RBT depnrtment' with n man TTeron Bass of Live
>l>ath ma desti action on U iiiiiny of the ontstirnilln1; ll>li.> star grliMerH. PaHtka whl'hVon the .
help ''n 'Hi' ,i-'" ,im
9 nii'awiiy.1 l, t Is driver eirorincl ,u' C".i, 'i Al- ] '6 iihit. !JoyS would be better prepares for the<< Varsity TD Senloisiiinul to stick to fundamentals to to state! champ PnUtkiIn Flor'da' Star baseball title. cher Steve Crawford of La'xi:
finished second to the Tornadoes
ack of judgment time and .-ftoi'LlGALS this time.Fullback I : I C'lllm Donald: Falcon, benefit the youns boys." conference standing! City..
with 31 points followed
Mickey Aunerlored 'iavc up an Intentional "Our success next year depends They 'mstPd) a 9-5 \\on-lnst lt.isketh.ill Tourney
Lake with 23 St
-- : bnth the Senior TlXs I HUint' the Var.slty two sutclY'1 upon how hard the record nnd batted: a respect : by City : Conches also voted to have
Augustine, 20, and Live Oaic.
on ,hort pluiiKes Tho Varsity points, .in the final minutes boys wink over the bummer able 275 as a team. a basketball tournament ID:
I -Palatka was the only team
[almost pulled It on: of the to get the pitfskla away from The younger boys novel u lot rurnirio( bitspbale.;, : didn't, I I'whip. decide the conference champIon -

bag In the final minutes as his! xo il at tor the Vuisiti! !' of wurk to develop the skills tie for the men. '' In: thrcn tries nnd the rather thnn bv the looo

they it-covered two Senior wax stopped t>hoi t of th" necessary<< to play their position 4. A : won-lost percentage as In the
lappl pin for the laIII'I.1 Dv"1'II'nt: on to win th?
fumbles scoi'inK once and double HUP.'We past.!
Most Important Class A state title In that
nnothei time for the !luiulscore. at qu.irterback
!
[ pleaded c-xiept" : Club. 'w :Member was selected conference commissioner
OIK- ..imble! wa Concl nlso vole.1 to tnk1rnrtu1.
on the Senior lO-yurd-l1l1e' "We leuli/e<< our pt..sln'( Tomliiv.oii du:; a fine Job und Plans were also announcedfor seR>on.
.
P.nk Into the ponfpr-
I n fish to be hell. :
:if Handy Jojn v carried need.i T lot of work !but we the llncbuckt-r-s Uoer;: Cliil- fry September .
!Ifi. prior to t tha i nfe next! season O 'unsePalk
to the OIeI nIl <|iin trrbackMctiCod huii, n't work,'''' loo much on son Awl Icaton Morijaii: also openlnj \ !< f'ist-i'rowln .. ;MOST \.NGRROIH: DAY

Wnvnp : t-lunKed: ___: ____over_n __ that__ tin- spiln". We'utried_-,, I ,!t'ew p.II, ,,'. /Rame with :Macclenny. srhool" a whlrh pompptpd! CUsA In
The Ouirteiback' con'sHlonRllln" Saturday is the most dari'Cious -

will have a new look nt the K"i.stone Conference In -( day to drive! ipcordln-r

Big Dad To Install Permanent I Membership/ home tnnl))'\11 ffimes 1 this fall. IOCS-OS. to Insurance company re-

Refreshments will be wervecl Thrn. *w school wi'l!'! not bepliKib potts!!!. Nearly 22 per cent of

.. Press Curing Oven For Pants Drive Set from n. new trailer built by' lor Uu' conCeenl'efootball nil fatal traffic accidents oc-

v 1 JI I the club. I championship; nex1 furred\ on that day l.i 1985.Today's .

Club KciMlsh, stresied I he Importance ,
1 Frank Blake, plant nn aitoiinillni1MB: I By QB --
: of tho .Quarterback Club
.H.1o'nl"r alter. at Bile Had. !n .short, \VIII Ie," PI'I'I fund raisin. ? activities ns n

ilnu fu nnnounred .. !' Dad olfeis tliP Uridford Quarterback Club means of pl'ovllIng.I'I'kpt.' < .. tomake
that the plant will henefltt Hint Presldi-nt, I Drew KmldiHh, has .
[; :Mike ('"..II'n., unrulier !t :\-e c I is- for m.ijor sport letter winners t' .... .
tall a cm Inn oven for In th,* Indus) i y. nirl aniiuiinceel I that a new Club ,
nnd to
III.) nnil, i II"I/hl| > Klilcr: 4:1: cover tho cost of two
i t tion I )peimuncn'\ prets! : the( Ijpst( lniiriince( I :Memhei'Hhip" Prlve will begin. binquets/ given annually..
.. .... date
<<' .full.oI'I.'ml iixulnst uiijnei
ciH-i ; illicit and work pants.The : to be fouii'J' nnv- July: 1. Ralph Ilrvnn: was appointed ,
drive!
">\' ; Mi'l.i'ixl. |M-s In the new equipment \ Mr Bake! polnltd I nut i-hnirman of the drive Bryan memberMhlp
I
clinirnrin. l that tin-
i losing HiTimilH" <.if I the !Senior. d..lIv..ed! around rr.sull.! xve hnvo hapuy committee |I cmphaslxed '
new $If) club membership actually l-
\.... Vnrsltyrii. |>. !Snjili. Hilly and will' be Installed: 'Misled employees who Viinrterbai-k, Club\ memberithips provides more for nrumbers \- with Dino'Discover

liilutiIt the. riMi-lvi-r. plant'-; <>hlpv>''tiM, tI.."" : produce ut tlel will cost $JJ( per couple !I than in previous yours.
Mr. Blalte said., At th Bcnt-llts _.
rntei. he Ih'( 1'\1'-1' tor llu 1HtJ! | neison I : la "
piovldinj for the two m\ ijor i-
P03tmasterUrges ent time, trousers" .'m..' p -oiili( )\ ,*. IJI1ol't.un-1: of !n niemberHhip\! incliKlo! the ]I I'I banquets In the Initial .ndJ1

t the, Ux-al) plant IU'H arc unaljl! < to 1 produce' I'i'I folliiwln: I cost, plus.. the other extras, q,
Purchase lj the Sicelolf ;plant \' ,pl'm cinii'ltv'\ JIow- I I 1. Two tlc-kets to the Full there will bo little cliff'1 "nee

Of U. S. Bonds ,1I' I.'n. N. C for tl.rv| rp In the minor Kooth'ill Ham-net I In membership 'lues this I

whlt'll pi'ts In a IM 11'1','<1111. )picH-iu.I 2. Two UekeU to thu Annual yenr." Hrvnnt snuj..Iimniv I

Si.irke, pjstmuiter T. C cipase KO truusera ". problems! to us." / Spring SpoiU Hini'iict. r rI Peek of the FloriflnI

H.IZI' Jr iiiK.-s! locnl eitlxen- have 1 OP res.scd after : lstlna\ Mr( Bl.ikp Is J'tdv' I 3 A bla/in r rl'd l Tornado: !'ink/ at Starkc. will pay tor

lime luiiiln aeJO-lt. In IIIK or clean\Inn.Mr. offlf-e man- I I
-1.1 u on | the 'orintntfr of the nw in- mbei -
rhe iljolivhcd. Postal Having, Blake said IScttv Snpu nn-J! Kml'v' ': Slow PitchTournament hip c.iitls vhleli: ire 'ie-

s\ in to cjuveit' tlvlr'" luliln : equipment.. will' >! pavvclls, nirl ners >n- i c'-Hsarv- as a result of the

< i. .to (U S Savings! Bonds "i-inu1ovm, of tic)' l : 1'h1Null.. '.,.ill", :. \'iI- prim '

',-'.u\ iiijjs Bon'i, otter every sonnel 1 a', the plant: : C'rrvi. lnvnMiv" : niH 'hanK"i

"I' n'oije! of convenience and At. nie-ent. H'{ I> !I nrn"" n. -ifrii,... c>! k i

n.ity fornwrlv) : iivallabhIn runni'ii! ; nt full (' ", tn"'lovpp. Milrted, An- Sf rts Friday

i uli Po.tal} fUvlms' pltrm.iT' nrniiiid I Iro; employees! ) I rpcnntlv "rollml fioni

; :' other aflvnntmllf. in- "''cpai'niPiits.' \ iiuludui-j '' I II ThRpi'O'irl, !' : Anni'O\ 8tark
-liidln' hUlier inleiest rate." :hi"lo'i n'l'l! office\ ,,' hf 'l of I' "II'n"' Soft
a ; > Invitational Row! Pitch
Air. Hlake. who ,I
'a/'' i '!akl'Aimn'f I : Hudnlnh :lnl.1 hn'l' Townnirent wl1'! bfnlivp'l

th"" special advant- mai'ip: lo'ir months I aJTI''rvlt'r as n' ...-t-| F 'diiv. Sitiir.inv. an

.. -..' Iln/.cn! Hoilol.l "aie the Noiti! !1 Carolina to : ',pr\'I"'r' of 'tin1. rutting! Sunday. Mas :'7--9: !: : aH.irdv
-i.'ln"s Hinds' imprestit1 ;plnnt mnni-per' of thp Di MI> 1..iIII
: new H<| n.n h.inl"i : Fi-ll UIK! t tl
of 41 15 .p-i. cent and threat operation siitl 1 that i Th'irnton School Field home protection at new Sincfa Gasoline

In Ian 'Iblt. benerit of punv !s proud of Miopr \I..nn B-P Dot t I ')p.vpi.'(, t""nis will [cmp>" less cost with a .
.up.;> ,irting onir< country In the thit t il has; !s"me Virv. T o't' Mormnn in the tourney Homeowners with exclusive NICKEL Compound I

.r, ; '))1'!' lipu'om' In the world. best! tvin empioypes! t ""') ".,, oilh. niv; | 131'1'-f Policy. .
11111'1 i promrnlc and foun 1 anvwheip." Contact me today It ] Nickel both- t
i i :: progress !"I""n New wonder-working Liquid Sinclair Dino
ni'tv: here at home." Amom'! Its .' "- nf Ih. sht-nil'ir tlc- HIP ttipnitunc-( t t" -,,''I' and Dmo Supreme Gasolines reduces engine wear as

H.p-n: sold thit details membi, rs of some 'if t iit I, Ait: Brown' i core nn'l ue of pi 1.11)111' :.1 <.1 I IliiiifiPhold
"I'. i L d1' pr JI.c.I..e. '01' <.one pst fnmllli'h" In PlnrlH:"' ) : texilli-s! 'J hI... ""ililst much as 29%. You save money on repairs and replace*

,ri e.in: he iiblaliuil from Inn :)he SI ii'lii"s' ,. Extension I olie of t'". mil''i\. Inflil ''''''- t rnents. You get more miles per dollar.' ..*"...- **
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II ,". '
''M" ,"Itn.ister, of nnv Pontnli flews. Vickeivs" 1 ) .il prnprims p-esenlMl' <<1 li>| Put new Dino Power In your engine:---'fi1I!!!! Up today at

i ri'" <|p5itcrv| : po: >t of flm*. all
Ii 1' i Ini'IiHos Stalk':'. "Mot: of our, pp ", 22-28 I kei'S. I II --; !
May offJ member both Sinclair Gasolines
FLA.'l :, contain : -
IP.vtul!: Sa Incs; System. hluhlv prorlurtlve. I I op! !*,!- nU.\I\ '-I1I''''! niv rencli-I

.11. up -ration Mncp J.vn. 1. 1911. this 111111511 sorely :' I clav County Board of I II ed through: ; w01'kshops. iec-i: j NICKEL. Only Sinclair has itlAm.ilean

? .1 i rDictintiinied!! April 27. lOCfi!! I Indu.lrloumid. t ConimlsMonors! has Inl inlerect, "i-n uus 'nev.so.i-
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14 bprtM Cndll C rd er. now konorad tj owr: ,ogoFAULKNER'S JtoUak D
''IV 11'1' of Cuivcri": ,*;. Ai pruxi- 1 :Mr Pl'ikc SA kl. "'1' thp week of May peis. !ladlo !anil.. TV Ne e lltm.

milrnWQOO I Ami rlr.inn had pmnlnv'-e Isilwavs I a> FloiKla Extension before In hlsunv Iri. liom MERRITTH.WILLIAMS
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FOR *"''i.i) million on deposit In I find, but Big| Dml, F.collomicsVl'ek In or economics hud 11'
Po
..as auolLshcd.Mltl I employees] me blue coiu-ernlnn educntlonal

types, usually found' In :, available to families US 301 Traffic 117 N. Walnut St. Complete Lube Service
< > or.' Til' .\:.NKHH : I R : I'
the extension liome!
Tli.kiivliu. Shows Increase Phone PC 1-5.191
ami "
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I "For Instant" Mr pioi'iam: COODYK.VK: ( TIKKS i
AM n IUTTEIMFS
p.itliuf ''''lghhfI' and l Tiien.li
continued "whenever
in our,, ri-ii'iit( nrrow' will nli iiroHrntn wns! ettnh- Tiaff'c' on TT S ::11)1t) .- :MINOK KKI'.MUS: TrNK-UI": :
I Is hJl' 100 .''-
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per Ciny County In 19'12: miles north ofWnUo STATE FARM
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"ilemiiri with us point 3
iiioni.iOur,' UH sincere a 1 iirpunv is the prorturtUin oi'vi-d' the )public until I .,.howc-d u "'"f.llIl1.i Firt ami Cnuilty Company 701)!) :S.; Walnut: Phone Of I-10I! I
for her Job But we when it was dis-onlln-! Homt Ollicoi Bloomlmlon. Illinolt : .
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In M.uv'.iover :
li.mkH and ri.itltuilo, for all 93 per cent gain
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nlovP-5 who earn as .. a i-esult! of thp efforts
.' fuit'iiK m-Ui. Aimtln the Mim" month in 1'iBIArcorllnn -
A SPECTACULAR' ONICOATFBEMIUM 150) per cent. One )) : CJieen Cove Springs'
I LAT1X HOUSi fAINT Smith and family to a St.ite no,, 'l
_WITH GLOSS I Improvement A.I ocl- FOR
trufft VOTE
THIS OUTSTANDING IXTIRIOBfHOOUCr : thExtension; Home Department report !
COVIRS WOOD count In the northbound
) '! and Aai! Icultur.t: )
BRICK MASONRY STUCCO
AND.. CIMCNT SUKCACES lane was 4018 vehicles, per
:3 MILDEW INHIBITORS UNDER-WATER\ WEED were reinstated! If .:Jay! whl'p! the southboun.l
DRIES TO TOUCH IN Id M'''''. ) and have been, oervln" !
SELF MEW PRIMING WOOD OVER ALL BUT between the aees of 10i count count was wa.s' 3254.7,270:\ vehicle TJtul! d.iil'for X FIsi! Feder.Vhen .'

CRACKINQ SUPER" ,ELASTIC FINISH RESISTS CUTTING County.since residents that lime.con I both la"es.

SOAP AND WATER CLEAN-UP 6'a'
I important part of the Tills renro.sents: a pe'

I IH the 4-II Club pro- rent Inriease over March (\ It Comes To Savings)

Drag-Line and Crane which, help.s boys: and 1903.

between the agss of 10 r.\RI OF TIIXNKSWe Check/ These Qualifications:

I.KT FS!\ CLEAIl YOUK LAKE !'J to develop skills, atti

WEEDS WITH OI'K' NEW :MACHINE: : : and abilities to work are olnceretv gratefui Savings Specialists Convenient Location

SICNKI1( : : FOH THIS !PURPOSE.FOIt with others and to to friends ond neighbors for Experienced ManageDedicated
their personal to Helping
MARY CARTER their many kind arts of .sym

I MARY CARTER I and phl1os phlps. \ pathy during our sad bereavement ment Your Area Grow !
I PAINTS HKTTEU HOATINO -IIATIIISC; !- leaders advise and en- our appreciation
aoo
Phone !)((51-8201 I CNn: SANITATION p 4-H-ers in planning I cannot be adequately expressed \ We Pay More For Your Patronage

PAINTS ( out projects. Mrs. Ed PaiiUlx and!
I 353; : N'. Temple A\e.
ure ent. Clay County
children, "Your Vote Will Be Appreciated Anytime"First
I : organized 4-}[ Clubs

I AQUATIC WEED an enrollment of more

:20(1; ( boys and >('\.rln. THE HIGH I rt/TCM to* uw Federal Savings and Loan Association
Complete Llae of Floor' TileSPECIAL 1MIONK !9(51-0071)() AFTEH 6 P.M.: mlkers! ciu'os\ are !
r 700 ...rt.... CmiM In and
'C P. O. BOX :331 important part of the OF STARKE

I 15' I :: In Clay County In elect your f.Tortt RSTER 21S N. Temple Phone 9610500VK
the club leaders re-
J. C. CJAHDNEU: STAUKE. I i received special training from BROOK FuuptalB Pen. TELl: I A Taid Political Advertisement


9:19: t> Pure \'In'I-per Tile- I I on the fiber Tome InUeutUicaUou Economics Anenta and I'' GRAPn. j \ wii.r. ri.osK ,\ 1.1. DAY :\IO n.Y.. :MAY. :.nv( MEMORIAL DAYl'





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tNi J JtRURSDAY.
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I ; MAY. 28. tJ68! Bn.\nronn roi-vrv TT.f.F.ORArn. STARK:. FLORIDA Pa':::1'',_ rrvr':: I


I/Home/ Loans explained. maximum eligibility date of '- .---1 r
I
Recent Birth
Loans arc not limited to < :W years after UscJmrgc' from j j1 I
the pu.chase of homes but I the qualifying: active service r NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED THE KKJIll POINT: for she

vailable To may be approved also (bur I and that veterans dtschaigod :Mi r. .iml Mri( 'Kenneth ClyrleJOhnt way you "rfinli. Coinr In mxlvrlrt't
CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY
I Rnlford' your favorite. ESTER ,j
altevntlr.ns, repairs or Improvements because of service-connected :: of nnnonncu J
/ligiblc VetsMany In homes already disabilities will have the sxI the birth! of n son. Chnrncyl DKOOK( fiiunuJn. pen IKLKlelrnraph. -

I owned and occupied. Mi. maximum 20-year entitle- Robert (Oltf:' i ry 21 in L'.rail-: .
Clay an TJiadford! Davis said.Ther ment. I KKKK.VIION: =MCVSThe ; I wenil'i ; a Ifllltt popery Mr'; ford County HoH* |>lttl.\ I

bounty cx-Beivlc'nen have | '+; I Is! n was iv-Mponed from \ Ruth Iloli.iirl. ("h.II'nnl
ecently}: become eligible for i, the amount of a tuarantceJ down payment, Mr Davis : ; i
I 21 1. to later date Leona rr
(day May a >vnl. vcportcr
!home loans loan. Mi. Davis dccl.uert an; al l. but
liberal cuaran- < cautioned that lenders i
iI Please' watch the paper for KINWUOAKTf.NriK.ntiTiov : ROUND AND DANCE
end by .the Veterans Administration I added that all loans made or may require them. I SQUARE
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under a ; ew law guaranteed by VA will bear Anyoivi kecking additional Wherein the swiftly! p.ns- Then" J .really'sled ) -rood The the data! ,
t hose terms have recel'erl\ interest at O'j'. per cent. InfornuDon: or request iimccrtllicntcs lily: .l.i.v.s are easy .,. I dilft nbuvipotin! rrmlniis me of Sir. .,...'k-on Is n'" nti>ful lot( \' Klr'fll" Koll"| .,.r Klnrtetitar-' SATI'KHAV.' :\ .\"'- :M!

Although the 01 bill aloe; with the 'easoii.1 II I II Ncoiu( "k.i and( the lovely hills. I the rplrndiil co.oprr.Hlon, In' ten! WIll hn'1 Us ,'r"i :iinllnj
attention. nev
rl'latlvpIIlII.Lip of '
: 'liability
;: take each day all it come I ncvi!r tired. of looking/ atI attendance! to the various activities p'I"I'rl.lonrtllV\ : nl-sht at f STAKKK'; AK.MOUYAliisk )I
I otters of benefits I
of tile : I
I )aryl W Davis president rany:: should contact any VA t e-
I and tin happy them They suirounded thntown that have been given I oVlo-k nr nroitpr Allen
the bill made Avail-
previous I
[the Bradford-Clav County 'llcmal! office Mr Davis ad- : fly
loaid of Realtors, has an- able to World War n anal: vised. I Sing me a song of i hill top: 1 of Poncu. t recall a deanold I The continuous !support! I will Clnpcl AiR[ Chtiirh.\ Rev

nouncedHe : Korean veterans there are lair hl.y, my near neighbor 1111 I II be appreciated. L. A. Svnpson' 1>1\01'\ Th.! THE STARLIGHT PLAYBOYSBush's

was, lefetrinir tp!: the OIl some !benefits which it doe Where pines and the whit' i Poll 'J. who was bedfast witha : Plans are In the mlt! Historical birch glow. I b'ken' hip. She was past I frr' mote activities for wholesome ( i Social; Brl"nre tenchei nt n.lf;
|l bill wh!"h wnsUned! Into I not Inc'ude. the honed prehl-: Society
I Where the looks down often entertainment. With IIH'l' Frhool! The' ]
sal sky 80 niui her mind \vanle.e : nnhllc I I.
dent saiJ He for
law last month and which !! exam:
i I Given ChallengeBy with, : n radiant smile: < .1 I paid her a visit j 1 and the help> !! of the! patents' the> Invited to nr1.--\frs.: Bctff -
loans notauthotlar'd
[union other points, makes ple. hwi! ness) are
lor VA home for Individual UF Professor"You Art; jtwcls the Mater below I ill': sii'I. 'If I could Just one-( actlltlewill! \ bo! what you ,, \ I ec1 Tenrher'
eligible ''111Tulr1nly
[ '*. under the OI Sing: of the woods All green/ .. more, climb the hill back of( want\ with the proper kin I C'IIUtC'11 NEWS
: between 3' and 4million cniallfv new
( can perform an Invaluable slid cool. I the house! where I used to of supervision. Pert! -.r.llt el'ov"T"'hortlo'; "' '

post-Korean veterans. bill.VA direct!: home loam will service to your countyand With the sunlight filterln i live und look down on the All teenagers! lnter'l.steIn Church Church School! nt in Spc&rt: Shop
lAw thnt
Trifl PI'ovl'lpl
new s! the state." through.' town\ I would be so happy. Junlnv" baseball sort Girls a. m. with Sunt. Lea, DeSn
br- avoHl\ble only for the
[veterans with more than 180 of homes In purchase This was the challenge made Of hidden pools and tumb- NcKl'.rss! to say she never Softball may register at tin, In charm! Parents a" aske
areas
|days! of active: military duty wh"re !smb. loans have: been by Dr. Samuel Proctor University llnT:: brooks wnlke.1: again< let alone climb center Due to the wet to please send your r-hlldi-Mi\ HAS EARTHWORMSRed
who wfe! isfha.-"ed from Davis stated. of Floiida history professor / And tall ferns wet with dew.. the hill. So it very likely will weather\ the! activities have to Church K"hool The teachers
authol'l? Mr.
[the service after Jan. 31 .a. and The field" white beneath to been ]limited will! he waltlri" '
Oat the editor of the Florida crow be my fate never see < tr Htpr>| Wigglers Crickets Shiners
and I commented -
1951V have at least" until Hittorical the I L'; I Work Is III progress to them. Rev. ,
[ Quarterly: at a : moon. nunv hill again for h l'e -- J. n F. Wit
loan ceiling
March 3. 1976. to complete a maximum! direct meeting/ Tuesday night'of the The dark pines croon and:! Is level as a floor almost erect a (fence nnvmd( th" Hams. pastor

[OI home loan, Mr. Davis said had been raised from $15000to Bradford County Historical nod There are lots of trees and I plnyarou'id: for your protection. (1rrllf"r11"" ('h.1 ppl All: : CATALPA WORMS ,

Local realtors have homes 17500.( Society. And high on the hill with fields! and now the ll'acs' and {'hurc'hThere
[listed viiilch: may be purchased Veterans\ with the requiredlength Dr. Proctor mild It Is never th- world" below apply trees are In full blos SC'IIOOI NEWS will not be .erv1rr and that "Tuff F'nk' Worm"that every
of service ani! who
| with the new liberal terms : too late to start recording historical The soul Is at home with som. That makes the si'I i School activities! era as fol- nt the clinrch: \ this fimtnvServlc

land are prepared to help veterans were discharged or other released thandishmnoe data and collecting nr- Oud.! heavy with fragrance as I lof1rnlol': class fvamlnatlon s for June 5 -, lll hen fisherman says is the best

la :their houslru search. under --ondltlons for I[ tides of historical significance. Mildred:! Seltz, walk down the road. The ca.'ipa's : Mav 25.: Bacr1n urea fit follows: Sunday School" at ,10

|he iddert. VA loans he may said. nt If ply releaser I History. is what happened Oabby and l I just returned me swiftly hut at!.e Mav 29. nt 10 a. tn The sermon withT''s' Fannie! Bf'l Helestiv he has ever used.

For <, po I.Korenl'etf'1'1n' serviceconnert' i yestciday( and the d.iy before from a walk. We only went Oabby and me plenty 01( I Ilonnl. will bo delivered bv Rev 1'I'-, charse Lnvc fe-ia'''

, or serviceman! VA may: guarantee because, of a | that: ;" he sod 1. "liven'; though about a mile today as I wanted Most every ear wave'as C C nax'ls. pastor of) Zion service a1 11 a. m. rv>mmnn-'
the servicetime '
, d disability I
a home loan( : made bya be less than the i many of your oldest settlers< ti> write this, If I netwnrv th'v pro by. I do nnt know Baptist! Church. St. Augustine Ion service at B with Ihpastor 0 :

private" lender up to 47.500or may are! dead and can no longer out walking It Is. dif- who many( we, but they know I in charge P''n''e'' '' .
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I 60 vcr cent of the loan stimulated:: ISO-plus: ciays pertod tell us about the earliest day I flcuH: to net! b.isy,. wiltlnt.Usually I Finn! fxnmlnntlon. Mav mertliv will )he held Thun-'

whichever Is !lets. the board he !added' :!. of Starko nail Brantford, County I ) we\ walk nt lenst!! two\ me.I have )plenty of rhubarb\ ) 31 -.Jiuv J. Commrii'-empnt clay nl7ht at 7:30.: All mum sever before have: fishermen had !such' n good! .. ,
An ind.vidual veteran can .
president continued This 'lete-ml-ie how Ions he has i it Is still important! ( torerord ml'es and most! often 3'u.Mayor's rAt now. That IS:1 pUiU June I nt B I pP. m The pv>"aker hers an'l filends. are 111"\ln(1\ place In trade in our country ,"

means that a lend inmuni- what 81 m'ke.19 like found only In the northernsrntcs. will\ "IJP Hp-. O. \\. Clarkrvurtnr to effect'I. Junior' chu"".> r
to take! ..d\alltale! of the bill World I
lion will receive the tovern- bv addl.n 10 to the during Wai f, or even' I stcwe-1! some to eat !' AnMoch RoptU meeting each Jtnvlnt e''''nIna TACKM: FOR ALL TYI'ES: 01- FRESH :
ment's pruarantvhl:: h Is Intended of his discharge:years! from before the date
: to be In lieu of down- i Blanding. There are lots of Court WATKK (HSIIINJ: ( '
u active .TM'vlce. plus one yparfOI' people born !since then to whom ood pie It Is very s-mr' \ an I I II \ n .Y to plen i" end 1 ;your. t'illrlrcn: ( .
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payment or to e "re the I takes a lot of surer I hav I I Imustard It Is poppv time In our" to 1"'I.'h! .
each three-month period this
I is
'r down payment u'Ich the -f that service, Mr Dnvls ex :j as what Just happened us much In history the Twelve persons appeu'edhPfl'e : I thick( In inv back ('ommun'IaJllln\ Amerl"an NOT(('}"' :>\Ir. I'rvslon Tart in one I of the employees/ '
lender normally requires he ( Mayor Itandal ChItty !I 'ihn .
: plained. He said there U a ISDO's." va'd Til I plan to have mustard 1.0111"11lIxI1li1l'v nepartment "II" T "itpr will .
i Dr. Proctor In Mayor's Court Tuesday wrens soon now. I have ,, of Florida! delicate I May 28 onen soon 'iin-i' 'r m". pinnnemen .
said there
r state l.iw authorizing County IK n night not planted any garden yet ': BS Popm pw In Flat lda, In '. P'''n'e watch tiergaper BUSH'S GULF SERVICE :
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'Inc. Commissions RUi ;Mnrnan Snyder. fail- 1111 only have a small plotas obsen'Riii-e.: unit No" 311 will for Ante,.
EMPIRE CONCRETE to appropriate e to have vehicle undercontrol I .
up to $1,500 annually to ( ounty lit : the bin shade trees pha l' I hn''e rn' ntes In the ". 1\\\10'1. N. Temple Atvntte
and accident
causing an
historical\ commissions which I the garden! and sip the mol!<- ,r rommun"les In the County : Platte: Nntebook S2.39: :; at ItnTELKGRAPII. '
LOCATED IN" STAIIKE INIMISTHIAL PARK they may appoint. lIe urgedthe I sentenced to 30 clays on tire.: I like the trees, thoixth.o The Auxlllnrv Junior\ and ) : ; I
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Bradford society to take I prohjtion.DenMw I do not even have them senior) m"m"ers will contact ,.
State Road 100-A)
DIxon Orlffls.
\ mike ....had'on OM the'r'ots or nt I your.
advantage( ,, ; of this law and obtain cut hack. They volt
; funds. with which to help failure t..) yield ht-of-way I \ I a 'Mot.. summer (Ia\'. I door'. Kt"-, lint think n"W Ih"
.. and 'iisi'iu; an accb'ent.; sentenced Newcastle '' 17"I of the donation you u are!
plaec historical markers, In La"-tiek I went to ; '
:: t'> 30 days 0:1: proba Thanks A Million
Quality Concrete flxel to Rive wh"n are
the county and carry out other lion and hal my hair /gcln: )ou 1
j projects.The! !. rl'"tt". I here a style now I'roellt! a poppv.: '
Dish| Allen, Ne-iro public I Ic
Courteous Service speaker suggested' that that' I hive been flxlivs! my- The flowers are mve possible

members of the society stout Intoxl-itlon. sentenced to elf I shampooed" It In rainwater \ bv disabled' vet rans In To all my friends!' who worked so untiringly I in : } ,
Efficient Equipment collecting( articles of local historical |I five days, In .l.ill. I cfumht. It mn-'e my the V. A hospitals 3p"! <'

significance at once i Nencv Pelhnm Ne7io' dls-! hate soft and shine. It wn rent nf I the donation! will bent m)' campaign. 1 will nlway: l he grateful' to the I

Fast Delivery even though there l I. no placeat i t tuiblm\ the peace icntencd ; fun for n change to not all to 'lie nnrtmcnt of l \
i to 30 d.i.vs: : on probation people of Itrmlford County for their loyal cn-
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present to store them. I under a dryer. Florida >If'h111 he s nt to .
"If you stait collecting them I Nancy Pelham Negro I On'-bv Is fin" th"5e days the liocpllnl for I th", minnort' ,, r
PHONE :')6lZ531Contractor's :;:;:) nor. before it 1 is. too late that fi htl"i". sentenced t" a fine He Is a happy don. It lookns I of the Veterans'' families I\lravement; and support over the lust three de- : :

will give you an incentive to I of $27.50( or to five days in If he Is IniiKhlnr; as he The rem .items fi5 DT I'rn' ('ades, e r i .

1111'1I/ place to house I them Jail. Vip high' In the air when he I Is also scent for( (ehi'rl wel- '* OJ
Bids Appreciated : where they may bo enjoyed by I Wade P"lham. Negro;: dlsturhlin !I know- nm olnt to take fnre Will( you r>""f11'r Flvo Your Friend, a't ;

I the public" he said' | the peace 30 daysi I "" ""m fat a \' nlk. Ws :20 fo" IIbpl'f1I1..." Ir

I Ir.) Proctor said that old i, prnb.iflf.'i.: : I the !n-ail find rnc"rl"s"s cve.'vmirnlna. ;' To utirt Mil l>''V>pps| In ;

records, of churches, businesses : Wide: rclham./ Negro. \ Sometimes T :30, before poppinth' ,""re will !So, n Record :- Charley E. Johns '
suhnolH and! flBhtlm sentrnrrl/ ti; a fine I I
( county and I eat breikfast. For Hon nt Penn, Rerrcitlon! .
i Ity government arc among of $27.5i' or to five rays In I hrcakfi-it I have: two )pieces of Center" Friday nlaht. May 'it.

the things that should be !sav- jnll. I tnast. ant nlwovi. an "'//I./ from 7-'f:: ) to 10 I p ,m. Thcie "( I'll" I'lil,,. AdV) ANEW
'II. "(Jet the hubit of rollcct- Albert\'! Mrr>urCIl'. Neijro.! This morning I did "lot want : will \h.> a d'inallo'i "nt th!

ng don't. threw u.iything illsnrrteronrltict! '! Iv use of ,I "' '\\rUl1. 'o fried, rr.' e' a Jinleo : I door Plan now to 1 he present. !
:t: way i ," he ndvlsod. 1 profane and inr.'ecenl! / Linizuasi I and dlp-> d mv toast In

The next meeting of the so- >. sentenced to a fine of rre'tcd oleo! It I Is uoo-l. I us-1!

r.e"8 ; .iety will be held nt 7-30:: p m.Monday. 127.50 0111/ five :da.-s In (Inll.I in tent. coffee I fir' i lmmak'nr -l-, r l .

/< June 2O. nt the Quig- E.drll" m. l>v. Negro fl'ihtni. .- ', o-ie! cup It 1"pHllel'

info orbit : ; Jl) ey :Museum on S. Cherry St. I \ sentenced to 30 days on to rr''.." "'"'n the' oH, av

..\ ; t p obntl>i. Mv :neighbor: cuts my lawn u/u/
wit" :1 \ -- Vets To GetPreference (fT-'ni"ine Simmons. N'srodLsorderly /: and It Is pietty. I rime tu'Uv.n ; .

conduct bv use''; of dari'itlsa \ RH'I nrettvfowu's I :

s. In !urofantin( :; Indecent langu-:\ I !III i bloom In the wln- .

Civil ServiceA ai. sentenced to n fin" o" -\-\o'v of my sun\ porch Life .
$27..iO: or to five cl-iyj in/ jail. I 'B -()I')1. I

NUWRCA nen law now makes civil nernMlne Rim inn'. N "'ro. I I T I'TI feel bejnnnlivi, to cppll j jnlle r.

Service Preference availableto I rtlstnrblnthn' ; pe''c<\ senfn- :now kliue' mv 'quid! Don .
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Federal! Government Jobs '<'I l to A fine of $:!7.r.j.(} or to wa ''clllp'i' It will be four

flvrd "''s!! in till I vnis ale this August' sine"! .
VIC to vet I'In1> with 181 consecutive -
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1 I Olt days or mare( of active! : Vi'.lan/ n.rch Ne-ro. rilscharnlri" that terrible lime To '8\' .

duty after; Jan. 31. 1055. I : firearm In cltv I Mav 17 Is o-ir worl'Unit flu- ,
limits\ sentenced tn p fine of nlvPl'4arv.Vo wee l1'1rt'I..1i l
The ex-fceivlcem"n be
PORTABLESwith granted military iJreferenc! may j I 27.SO or to five lava! In Jail. i IO I n r'.e\\"I'rln* n Chiif'h li M.

,ilk' NVbrsska., !tall a
In obtaining any Civil Servleemployment I Noel ,
I IIFwttr DKATII TOLL hanp" time It Is "0 "P'lis
said M. T. DIx- i
Space Age DependabilityRCAVl this :May lit that I :ert FII'I"I -
on. of the Fla. Dept of Vetcrabs Almost 50.000 persons w -rklllerl I f
I I Ha on the chool T taufVot
AffairsThis .
or the ni lion's hi"h-'
C.TY<\ HIIL So( mnny of
new law will benefit I ways in 1 1105 It nd over four' I ]
TOR BIG-SCREED SPORTABOUT princlpi'Iy' those veterans I million were! lt>lnml In traffic my children live now In : :
lovrl1"mp! at and near -
whose! entire service I.. after acrHcnts dialing! the eamaperiod. -
rUvtill anti I aw them a _
Jan. 31. 1955. I .1 --

WITH SOLID COPPER CIRCUITS I year PlorMi B"O to when help I was WestberrvOrlffls down to _1

Pla'tlt' Notebook 12 .6'j at A ClasolflM Ad In the TF.\d"TEl ;' open his new Funeral --

21 INCH TV EGR'\PII. tb'l GRAPH; brims result" Hom at Orange: Paik' I am -I -- 1,
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I :o proud or him and all my i v-

ehildr! "n. Thev have nil done' I i .

so well and even better thnn ,I

NO RAFFLE NOTICES mv dreams and hopes 00"I .l :

bless,. them. i s1

w PLEASE! Mik.' the children some -

CRCKFR JACK: ;
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# Make a ."'iu-) of 1 cup I

More 3 In spite of repeated notice" I hot nc cm- of hrown sugar; : 1 cup ff'anu-! Iirz-iL; -

( People Own pot publish Much matcrml. The '1'eletraphcontinues !! I bte iii7ai\':: '" cola/ white!> i

,1"I to receive requests, :" for alh ertls- 'i'r"Knro." "", cup water; 1 I'lable '
EVICTOR ''
Than 4 ; 'JOon \lne ar. Stir toeetho. -- r
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Inthe>.: "sale" of chances!<< on various ohiects --- :,
boll to 300 do-
and (
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1 Any Other Television by clubs! organizations! '! and individuals.' areas or to the hard crack\ I I == -

.. In the eyes! of the Pot, Office/ dep..rtml'nt.I'Ilich faze when. drooped In water -
2... :Black and I Thn add I tablespoon butter w
White r sale of tickets. cin( .tiltites' a lottery
il il1 and ''It p sOda! Stir well and from HARDWICK !
\1 I II only M
\ t. and. as such cannot be sent thrnuuh the I to.S 5 quails! of .
,I and pour over
01' Color i! mails.!' Calling the sale! a "donation" docs rop")'!<1 corn. Turn out on M; dZseJufasrfe, M.ref""' :

.j AI.L t not change the meaning in the eyes!! of I'o.st- buttered table and spread '.

..l II al authorities.We with )1"1"pf's.HELPFUL. : Sovc-Scrvc
--- =-..-.. .-. HINTS: Put Completely Automatic $75.00

Th.WAYU" are sorry that we cannot. comply with cclj cream In the Hd\ of the

.row 1.5..(.aa.nu ari'h9a aua.. requests, to print notices: of such sale of bottle of nail polish after The Miracle Micoray Oven AS SHOWN() IN: UFK. :

ala t*......-. tickets and subsequent!> "drawIngs." If we you '.I:e It end the lid will YoiAe Heard So :Much About !

20.000-volt (design avenge) Mark H1SporUbout 1 do, however we run the risk< of having that not stick When making gib- (Cooks a Cake .Minutes: ) .95
chassis 1 issue!> of The Telegraph barred from the let gravy cook giblets separately -

S Super power grid VHF tuner provides e.* $ t6995We mall in salted water. Cut up :Thermol-Eye Burner ;) 349 With
eel lent portable TV reception: then removing gristle from Trade

e Built-in VHF and UHF antennas We would appreciate it if all clubs! other any nart Dice and add f ;Maintains!' Desired Temperature on Top ISurner

Statl .fr.e "Golden Throat" FM sound organizations, and individuals would understand gravy
from 5* oval speaker So row until t visit: with Double-Oven DeLuxe
out position in this matter and would
attain, be happy and remember -
Do Our Own Financing cease: to submit' such items for publication. you none of u% U perfect.We .

just' try and try to please

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( <: NIX 1\1C.\lwuun C'OI'NTY' 'rEL..:( It.\PII. ST.UtKE) FLORin.V" ... ,
THURSDAYS MAY. tc. 19 t.
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: the lo.!'s. I qUill't..'!'II will be the Starke I Oldsters Never Had It So Good office they sought imld me I polyiimy ought to be made IH Tfc. (:.:..HAnd .<.. Js.4j', c.. .rthl"

I 1'lldU"y: ; 21)) Recreation Center Any Information the utmost homage They legal so oldsters could have .... ....d'..* t........
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RECREATION NEWS Law.ley Rcciealijn blank concerning the tour pointed: out with oratorlal than wife. I couM .lila. I '
I more one In '. '
Says 70-Year-Old Russell r : Sit1t.of Adrla! T.
ed Liberty National 0-0' for I namw.it can be obtained there.A Kay grandeur, the "nobility" of I marry a rich widow say one OraJv. Dr.i...... '

their 2nd win as Dennis Wise tournament; pass good: for my status. Had It not beenfor who I ad gathered the loot .WC1YK-I3!
:utI1'M, Softball Leu ave up no 1 hits and bLI'U'kout all names can be picked; up! I It's funny how times an'I was brought, up to believe' tie toil sweat and teas born three or four prior husbands To All Pnttm" ." lm.r Md JThe
gun the plate with the winning I F.al.18 Of Said Decedent
Results Monty May 16 I run Five Garden hid 9 to l'eAstel', his: h.t'In for $1.50. Friday nli.it: (games values change over the yeaisWhen that jou either planned to of the oldsters! wheic would: and I'd be sitting on You .ra hereby notified ..U.ata :
plivcn
Pent Control edged Pine:,,2 hits with TetieM'-i' ; homer I of the reason Bennett wa,> Mill ho.! 50 cI1L3.( and\ Saturday I : I was fyountster! I take care of yourself or this country bo today? Th top of the woild. written Initrumrnt purporting

Level 14-13 In oi.e of the most the big blow while Heeler had the loser far Liberty National. RHmes. $1. Sunday championship used: tc worry about:> netting 1 else I Then came the New least n grateful nitlon could I' Bu as the popular song to swat be of the laid hUIvlll decedent*nj tcitta-.
: games. 73: "eits: [no old. : vUlcned\ lIe: of misery -. Deal, the Deal awl do would nan been
exi-ltl.ig: games of the year. 2 hits for Noegel's one: n !. sivlnj!* up 6 hits.H I a 1 I I Square : be to provide care goes "What Would I Have admitted, to .probate 4a thl*.
This one was definitely the I homer. Grlffls !1'1' relief of C. Wall\ defeat John's admission! for students I. and picture' myself In :: now 'the Great Society. comfmt, and the pursuit of That I Don't Have NOW' ?" court You are hereby oorftmand
Mike your plans to attend: the haus hairless! : l.it-n: I finally reached the .l. within a':1I l: Calendar nionihe
happiness for
pooi < those In the
kin of a game spectators Pace. was the winne.r while Oil 8 to 1 as Kent Qraudon: i I'll tell] you what I'd have! A ,
this tournament and we some toothless half blnd.! ai.d: all ripe old age of 70 to fln-1 sunset of life. I from the date of the tint vvbllcutlon -
come to 83e, as it sce-saweJ Paladi.ie absorbed( the loss pitched H 4 hitter. Wai.scaisd couple of snarling women of thin notice to appear
hnck and forth. going uut.'i! i Pine Level downed Lawtey 2 In the 1st. 4 In the fine softball. : crumpled up with rheuma1tlsm I: that I was In Uto la. I didn't Rest homes hospitals nnJ I disturbing! the peace with me In lila court .sad show races.

Innings, for someone to be the Recreation lfl-7 in a game 3rd. and 2 in the tilh ram' I i have a worry In the world. I docto are standln by to in the middle when the croc- If any you can. why \we acUlln:

urlnnet Pine Level outhit and filled with hits l, (arrow and their run total.\ John: Ol Rotary President Old aire. I reasoned! was In i was It Senior Citizen, oociety'a take care of me. trained nurses -I kery began to fly Why of will thin 10 t court>ro jme In. hunld admlftiA$ '.0\*;urnS.said

tfut-eiroied) but could not out- I runs. Pine Level hit for HI( picked:! up their lone tally in Elect Resigns the ntljihborhocd of 50. If a burde ani, heartache. No follow me ar mud;! wl'h should I go looking for trou- unru\okod. .
safeties 12. lived 60 70 hs: klnif\ rr potentate had maN wheel chairs and all I hive I 'm/ Tlieron A. YawnCOUNTY. .
score Pert Control. After on and Lawtcy )had the fltti David Cwen: hid :2 I' l guy until or I ble after spending: over fifty

i in ilng the game was tied, tiill Jackson 3 for 3 and Johns :'I I single, for Will while Lu'< I'.!";' John R. Brabham was n freak or ni-j. cum pless.i I claim on posterity than I. to do is to show my credit I i years learning how to get Fli'"t publication, JIJDOE on tilth t!: day

At the end of 2. Pine Level -I for 4 led tho wnner's: attack Powe'.l\ : ha the sane: for th president-elect of th-i Starke I frantically sta-ted puttlrt'i: Generous! deductions! from caid end sign for the s-rvl-e: j alons with'! one wife? uf .VTiy, A. D. 1555. .

led l 3 to 1, tout at the end while Mouley and Stalling hud losers Grati'ion. the winnimvpitcher Rotary: Club. submitted hi I aside o dollar here and a dollar a hundred million puy envelopes !- My di-Jirvlst\ assures me I wil': I If this. thing seta any Tltuinul, Plercfe. .',

of a Innings It was tied again I 2 for the loners.Frliluy. l. struck o-it 13 and resignation at the luncheon: there!! to provide help In Insuied my future. A be allowed 25 per cent off I I loud.!:- and funnier I thinkI'll P.Attx o Drawer At Law 10'11!

5.', In the 4th Inning rent ;AUy 20( wn'k .' 1 J. Lnirv Brooks wa mse'lnj Wednesday. The reason my declining years, little score of boaids bureaus anj prcscrl;>tlons. He doesn't say io stand! In front of th.' turkc! ITU.

Control went ahead 1but: I Qairien Restaurant wal- the Irser. shuck onto') walke I for his action Is that he I'pallzng$ : that the r'jllais I commissions were staffdwith "off of what" anj f c'an'L. 1 Court Hou-e and bum myI S'/l2 4f Ill
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Flue Level came back to t.;.- 'loped Pest Control 17-1 In a non. expects to be transferred' to hoarded so carefuhy were I trained hlsh-Halaried;! read the good doctor's! inst u- 'I Social Secu. ity card and go .

I It tip ugitln 8 to 8 niter 5 In. 3 In Dim: contest. The \\Inn -I'.i Satiitfl.iv, Vay 21 Divlp Community Methodist losing buying pow I' "I most a, I executives all concerned with ctlonj. so I can't check Any back to working for a llvlnj\ I, THIS' RIGHT POINT fvr UM

lihigs In the 6th Inning PjstCont'Ol picked up 5 In the 1st and Sin Lawtcy shut out Tiirst: 5-0 Church in Fort LnuderdalefollOAlm :: fast !if the sreed of light. my welfare.! : eagerly soua.it how so why WOI'l.V' way you write. Com* la mo4.

:>l grabbed the lead 11 ths 4th to easily: \ win the In/ :1\ th l iler): that van! rlos- ( the Florida :Methodist A Senior Citizen a :s something my patronage.Pol'tlctans. Non some guy has come up A Classified Ad In The Tele. 'I select your favorlt K8TEKBliUOK -

\\f;> 10 putting t the pressure '>r game. H. Godwin ar.cC\ arc 1 until the final Innln '. Lawtev: Conference! next week far In the futuie and! 1 : no matter. what I with the suggestion; that graph bs Ings re ulh. fount!) pea .TEJLKM -.

Pirm Level n.s they had t'flfIv had ',ome runs to p.tce Hit hal ..'(.oiel I a single run In/ he said.\ GHAPILL
a run as the game w.\'> Garden attack Bower had J
the 2nd:! inning on 3 bases on The ic&lgnatlon; was acceptpd -
ovei Pine Level pl,1) ; 2 of Pest Control's lilts. I
up 6
bath' and a fielder!! rholce \,1th resfiet. and MrBrabham II I
run-, to take a 12-11 lead, and Team of 6wecln I
I Standing [end
FalrlaMcIelhn)( :: of Trios'j was praised! as haying 'a ,
(Clie situation was I level'sjil.kril ] ?E- ::1'i _
j I and Larry Brown locked tipI mae: an outstandint-! "" ... .
) Contiol had to have .n 1st place -G. rdui Restnu- in a pitcher dual. Brown: wave contribution! to the club by

run and they got It and we lant. 11-0. I up only I hit wh'le' McCJel- his t-dirorship: of the buMetln!! '

Mud gnme l our l lOach first extra team inning scored ball a Sales.2nd 6-5.plr.ce- NoejJeTs, Auts innd was timne-i fOI' 3. i\vt-\v for the past two years, andother :! I'I" Ol EooQrmr! ) : :: Re on

put 'the /name away In t'lP' 5th tlvltles. He has beenpristor
xtiii in tht 8th inning but in 3rd place --I I tie) PIIP..II:. inning ns the TIM;. ,pithi", ot the First Methodist i _
the Phi und: final inning Pest Contro,. and Pine Level Bap __________ __.. _____
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trouble! pcttim I Hie bail Church lieie for the past four
l held' Pine Level
Control sunre- tist. 6-6.
over thepIa- te. xvilkcd I.',.. yeaI'll.
less und then won the game: 5ti! )
In the bottom of the 9lh. 6th! place Hamilton 1-10.3-8. b.ispR! full and\ I.Itr.v: Drown" Clyde TenUIleKar, who wal'U:1l1l'r1I11 I :'= words or IBM, one limertlouiiiUiiiuuiii Memorial. Kenolutl'.nn, eu' 1I1..I..yd.' hi Cliuaiacd: S.. tl.
place--Lawtey.
lilt one over the f'n"p for : at the time of
Crews paced the winners with Schedule Fur TliU, WrvkMonday. KI'I1I1! Mum homer Biovn also a Biabha.'n's ( charge'' ) -- ---- .- 1.00 Viet word ___.-_un_ ._uu____ .05 ,1. U pttr Inch-Brit Urtl. ., '
:a hits while for Pine Level May 23 / election was named If not paid In advance __ ___. 1.23
dniondson. R. iJavla. and had\ a .slntlp Tlmniv KlUml: b" tli- board of J'ectors to Card. of 'Itiankc I'p to SO word.
Jackson had l 4 hits. One of 7-3': ) p m -Pine Level vs had n lii"e, for Trl,..,t'*. only fill] tht vucancy as president. Keyed i, coded. or blind "ads 'I.2S per Inch alter .r,t bu vMa..

Garden Restauiunt. hit. \ _______ 1.25 (Inliuuin charge) ------ ------- 230
Jackson's was a 4-bagger. Hrotvn\ the wlnnlim, ) pitth- Ti"J, Ojles.ov: new!" named (minimum charge) n__ _

Xhiirsilu.y. lay 19Noigel's I tlons 9 p. m Noestl's.Thursday Lawtey. Reel en- er. wniKe-J! 3 and stiuck out (9. Jres-tor! : of the propofced area Each "oJdltloiuil! word over :20__ __ .OS Over /50 word! per word________ .03

McClelland( walked 10 und vucutlo'iiU-ticlinical training --
Auto Sales and May 26
Garden Kestauinnt squared 7:30: p. m. Hampton v\ struck, out 8. Llbl'l ty National won Its Casey: county superlnten- AT KKDICKO: RATES will own BOOK before
off In a thriller at the outpome Pest Control. & UPHOLSTERY WORKS I buy your 'buying &Af
first tame- of tile season!: with; i dent of public Instruction, Call AUTO. FIKK BOAT chicken< other
was In doubt until the 1 9 r. m. -Garden Restaurant The Man Prom 710 Lemon St. Paltk .home garden and encyclOpeod1taM.. 4.
Unul run of the game. Garden' vs! Lawtey Recreation. a 9-5 defeat of Southern: Dis- dcscilbed! the- areas In whichInstruet'n "Keystone"George DOYLE K. CONNER: space. Also furnished and unfurnished Payne, your local re'preMoto-
Furniture Repaired
into the with count. The Insurance/ team will be offered 1N8UUANCE AGENCYtfuhg for rent. tive since Bo .
Went game an Frlda>, May 27 E. LaRue apuitments 11UL .. .
unblemished record arid managed Regular Games Postponed picke-1: up 2 runs/ in the inltlul: when the school Is In operation Upholstered ft: Refinished W. II. Nollman tfchg Phone 9446781Myera : Uc1tI'

to emerge the same way, Innln i on 2 hits und:! on crio-" It will be located on Keystone tlelgtiti MATTRESSES REBUILT)
2nd Annual
but not before having a real Tournament Starke Will Invitational \ Begin -. 2 In the 2n'l! on 1 hit. 2 ba,-., the Conway Airport propertynow Consultant For All Your New Innersprings FOR SALE- Attractive homeon Power Tool

.C81 e. Garden' scored 1 tun In on balls anj 2 wild pitch's In the process of being Insurance Needs.Representing : and Box SpringsDrop I U. B. 301 past Sleepy Hollow '
Friday Night May 27, At They added purchased! MARY QARTERPAINTS Motel. Newly painted; Area H*$dquarter..Fo ,
the 1st and 2nd innings and 8 P. M. :3 I nioie In the 3rd by the School UII A Card or Call _
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iield n 2-0 lead until the 4th innint on 1 hit. 2 walks mil Board. Oy.lesby said. Ureut American Inn. ( o. PALATKA KA /B-BrU8 buck porch with cement floor: wnm wn :; p*w_ T se *

when Noegel's picked up a I \NTAM/ BOYS 3 errors and scored Pielr final '1'_" Trawler Ins Co. MRS. PEGGY 8IIAIXEX 2 pear trees, small !pecan trees McCiUloch! Claim tew
BASEBALL LE\GUE I 2 In the 'el 1 473-4692 Da I Bargain Joe Pump Water 9j9ttfx*
run on J. Heeler's home run. I 4th innlntr! on 2 FHP } 209 E. Adklns St. and pines. .
Reports '
Garden scored a sngle: run in i Results: Thursday. May 19 doubles a walk and a ht: bat- 473-4325 Nites Starke. Alfit Martin Rt. 2. Box 541\:, Starke. Drift8tr( ttM ragtao
Southern! Discount lost a ter. S-juthern Discount Auto Fire Home Business Fla ::S2091 3tp 5'26' Kentel. Sale, ...-vIce a
the fit!) and held a 3-1 lead I : scored ]
after 5. In the 6th inning Noegt'l's -I heart'jrea'ter! to H. C. Wall 3 their runs in the 3rd and final: \\2 I WrecksTwo Monthly! Payment Plan I. 1 II Complete Line :230 N.B.: 16th Ava.. 't.S7 .

to 2 as Southern's!! Steve inning. In I ISouthn'1 I FOR SALE Good business FOR SALE-Brick home oak GaIn.svW .-
rallied to score 5 runs the final I Innln"! ofPAINTS 9411Wei
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1 Thomas allowed Wall I and residential properties In floors 3 bedrooms 1'i! bath I .
no fo"I auto *
and took the lead 63. Garden tiled! to rnlly mishap! were reported
scored, 2 In the flmt half of I hits. Southern had 5 hits. but I I'wl'nt iI the \\ >'n us I they scoied 3 runs over the. weekend by ONE:" STOPMASONRY Starke, Improved and unim- ANDSUPPLIES famlly' room or dining area. bcdrooaa'u.nfurnished
I down to defeat 3-2. 11. proved. H. V. Knight P. O Enclosed garage. Double lot FOR RDoo"T2 -
the Florida.
the 6th and trailed 6-5 going 1 and ha: ? 2 tinners on tase Highway Patrol SERVICE
C. Wail\ their 3 Drawer P. City. tfclur 1028 Palm St. Tim Warren. house bn Fl".0'owtr
into the 7th frame.Noagel's ,, scored runs when the game ended Den- Station In Staike. causing :_ I
in the 2nd Inning on 3 error. nl,_ Rmden And:! Gray Flynn $1.000 damage to the two cars Iteiuly Mix all sIzes Concrete For All Purposes 9B9-2451 Itch and Light. Phone Hampton
tallied
once more WANTED Apply 489-1048 or' 669-3491 .tt
WAITRESS t.
|. a wa'k.' and a wild pitch. : but Block iHl Sand
i had 2 hits each for Intiirlng no one. ; type ;
in their half Liberty
of the Uh, led In at Garden Restaurant WE MEET ALL MAMA PRIEST KINDER-
"7-5 and ,needed only to record Southern scored their 2 rum Natlo-iHl an-1 Keith Thoma '!| A 1964 Ford. driven bv BillIe Prei'UHt Lintel.. Everything. .person tfchg !; OAR EN! REGISTRATIONJune WANTED WAITRESS, Cook.
In the 4th on a wa"i' and 21 1 j had 2 fo' Southern Faye Coates!!, 16. necessary for concrete masonry ADVERTISEDJACKSONVILLE
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3 outs and they would pot I Doun j High 1 and 2 9 to U a. m. and filling station Attendajot.
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the first defeat on the Garden hits Coil Rlherd and Randal'' i tester. Olive: was the wlnnii--' \\:; Springs skidded! on an un- constrmmtlon.< : and 2 to 5 m. for 196810R7 Apply In evenings at B 1& O
: I McGee each hud 2 hUs for\ I paved county \\e will meet any price on ELECTRIC BOAT HOISTS PRICES p.
hut the league leaders were pitcher allow!\ ln only 4 hits. road l 4 miles esxlon 2fhn 5'28: Truck Stop. ttchg
rot to be dented. Moiloy leadoff I Southern. David Cowen wn wa'ked 2. and struck ot Ii 1 West of Brooker and rolled off till materials within Bradford built to order. Machine work. Phone 964-820 .

the final Inning and flew the 'Inning; pitcher. Steve I Keith Thomas was tabled for i a bridge. The cir came to 1I aI :\ County AND STILLI.IST.lS Boat, Motor and Pump repairs. 1958 CHEVROLET. 6 cyl. Rte j ,

out to Thomas In left field. Thomas was tabled for the the! lews allowed 6 hits! walked I stop! according to the report QUALITY. Brown's Repair Shop. Rt. 1, 353 N. Temple < H excellent condition. 1959 TIRE FOR $5.00 WHEN )

Terrell then came to the plate loss I 7. and struck out 7. | of Trooper O. C Gal'rett.Vlth BRADFORDENGINEERING Box: 363 Starke [Kingsley< Renaultfor all parts Call I

and slapped it over the fence John's Oil handd Trlest Bantam Boys B.isrli.ill: Us left side hanging -off the CO. Lake. tfchg PURE OIL COMPANY: 964-7593.! Itp I
and Garden their first loss In a 0-9 thy ill- I j !edge of the bridge then rol- 1SO-H \
was down by one. Standings: I station
1 Ph. 96 1-2521; Starke Has two bay service I
J. Godwin lined It to left field er. John's; : jumped off to a I La'\"ey Recientlon.! 3-0: It !lad over onto Its top Into a FOR RENT Funlnhed 1 Air I j for lease at Walnut and Madison WANTED-Man to work on II ..... t
end the fielder 3-0 lead and of water. farm. Steady salary house ? IRE8TONB'V,
be j
V.BS
dropped the never C. Wall. 2-1 ; South-rn Dis 'l"I..e..m cond. 2 bedroom cottage on i I Sts. Paid training! avail
,ball putting the tying run on hind.! scorlnar 1 In the 2nd! count. 1-2: Johns Oil. 1-2: to the car, a totalwreck ,I Crystal Lake. For reservationscall able. Call Travis Mathis, Jack. l1R'hts.Va ter and gas fu.nIshed : 3IUe '

base and Claik representingthe and 2 in the 4th. Tilcst fcored Liberty National. 1-2; Tnest. was estimated nt $800. WANTED; Cars To L. K. Whltehead. 969- sonvllla 356-1331 tfchg Bradford Engineering I .

winning: run knocked a 1 run In each Innlnv to 1-2. I A 1961 Volkswagen driven Check Front End I 3673. tfchg Co. Phone 9(54-2521( tfchg

double putting runners on 2nd make the !game close Larry !CItJPVLE> : bv Virginia/ I Diane Starling 18 AlignmentFREEI F .
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and 3rd with one out. H. zt'n I Brooks had a double and a Thursday. M..y 26 (If Graham ran off the left I No ObligatIon/ Drive In Today I FOR SALEchrome bronze FOR SALE or trade 3 bedroomCB WILL do Ironln; in my ; :. ,,;. .,

came to the plate, hit a long single to pace Johns. Castlen | 6 pm Liberty National vs I sIde of SR-18 4.6 miles east I If, Alignment. I IsNe.sleml tone dinette table and 6 chalr3 house. Large family room. home Mrs. Murlar Norman '

fly to center field. Godwin did tie!, same for Trle<-t. Kenny H. CVall.. of Drunker, went through, a Me font: It Only $35. Phone 969-4252. tfchg: closed Ravage double lot. Most Rd. 121. 3 miles W. of Law- FOR ,RENT-3' ,b 'dro6at.Tanfurnlsh'ed -

scored after the catch and Chitty went all the way I Friday "May 27 fi"ice sldp.swlpping a post W5..U! : ; fur Most ('111'''' AtFIRESTONE- desirable location. ?I2. A. tey. Phone 782-3568. 3tchj 612''WR.WIGSWIGS | hdm' 'Cau. 4.e

when the ball got away from I for Johns for the win. while 6 r> m.So.. Discount vmTm'iest walt: its. left side Damage to I ; LAWN MOWING. Hedge trimming |' Payne 204 S. Glenn St. Phone, 2561. :.: i Ucsi37e ,;..
the catcher Clark came across!! Eddie Hazen was tabled for ,I i fie vehicle was estimated at I I 964-2701 until 4:30: p. m. 964- ,
Construction 7:30 : \\
: : pm 6 days a week. Satisfaction
weekends
$200. NO. 426 I 6792 after 5 and on lsnsu4fret4Three :
Liberty National vs John"Oil. guaranteed. Phone Tobyor 100' Human hair All 1
The driver said, the left rear Build or Park a trailer, on this tftha : bed room CB'D.111'with *
O'Neal at 5332912.4tp '
Larry
Saturday 28 | lire blew out her 6 acres. With approx. 400' lake I I Prices Any Color $20. :' oak floors, tUe /7'tbtt1;,
YOU! Eat Better. For Less May 1 causing to S 526
lose. frontage 5 Minutes drive to Down and $2.50 Per screened porch, 'carport. .ut4J-
6 p m.- So. Discount vs I(, control of the vehicle. JOBS OPENImmediate
WHEN YOU SHOP AT Lawfeyr Recreation: 7'30 prr.T -- Starke Just $7995. $1500 VACATION IN TilE opt-nlngM fur. Week. Everybody'sCredit I Ity, fenced: y.rd.'< *i eltent'
I -=-====---<< -=- 'down. Is Good. condition. Price r>l 0.230.00,
lest vr H. C. Wall. MOUNTAINS ?
Clerk TypIst I Waitress, !Serif I
Tur"dav.Iay: 31 NO. 407 \\ Station Attendant.I Agentlll/ S-.- Von Within with 1.300,00 down gad

City Fish and Meat Market 6pm. So. Discount vs l iWides. SJeclull3)) I Bedroom Modern New cottage In Blue Ridge Baby Sitters antI Carpenters. : 24 Hours. Write $60 O'l c.n'. -balance- monthly.

John's OilINVITATIONAL: :I Masoniy Constiucted home. Mountains.' 10 ml fro.n Rl possession ori .''clos

I! Tile floors and bath Clr. Oil crest. on paved hlwav. Sleeps Sup ('ll1ar"I'" I'nli"" Wet'lnil Wist; Center ing. A. J. Thomas.- JU-.1tor. :
U. 'ustom Made\ heot. Water; AHich 5 comfortably. Completelyfurnls.ed. Tel. 964-5701. _
S. GOOD SOP I BILL TOIUtNlMKNTThe : City gar Yams A Job. 031 \.'olu'si Ave. .
: with utilities. $40per
Paiks: and Recreation' For Florida Living age Large landscaped lot. week. June thru Sept Dajtumi Heitcli.. 1.... SINGER DIAL 'lOTVtATIC

Department of the! CitY' of act: :More Handy to all. Only! $7750 weeks available. Write P. 0 CentralEmplovment or Phone Collect 255-6-131: CONSOLE MODEL,' SWINO
I Stmlc will the 2nd! Small D'jwn payment I
sponsor YOU MACHINE. MudtT p]1IC4 in,
Drawer A. Staike. Fla. tfchg .
BEEF SALE! Annual Starke Inx Itatloinl\! For Your $ $ 9 STROUT KRALTV your aren A-I l6Iape!: .' ZlfZags.
Slow Pitch Softball Tourna 2117 N. Temple Ave. HKKV1CR FURNISHED APARTMENT.(
buttonholes designs '-
fancy'
No LADIES NITE EVERY MON.
ment The tourneyvlll br'l' Salaried or Commissioned [IV. S. 301)] for rent Phone 9647964.
I DAY at Fun Spot. Ladles admitted S.' S-\ N. Temple 11)-S7I1< ) & etc. Sold new for over.
: I'luMie 964-3491. starke
held here Employees
Friday Saturday i l free. Summer hours 8 tfchg!! $300: MUST sAcnIPiC.Just .

CHUCK STEAK OR Games and Sunday< will be May played 27. 28.at Hardy 29th.- DAI) & UK AD LARSEN AVON CALLING I to 11 p. m. All sessions! dents I WANTED Mature experienced ,' UPRIGHT PIANO, excellent pay balance"$*3 .0? assume

ROAST Lb. 59c Field I Ion delier Rd.1 1 and': LIKE TO WORK AMBITIOUS: wonun. serv- regular price. 4tchg 5'2G'! ofllce worker. mentally (condlt'on'! just tuntd $125 $8 monthly payovrnt' *:;
I mac11nf'tUi
hlah\! school ball diamond Th" iceustomeis in your neigh aleit Appropriate saluiy und( Ph. 969-2771 Rev. Troy Will take older' !
RIB STEAK Lb. 79c tournament will be a double YOU Benefit borhood. $30-$40 weekly; !( FOR RENT 5 room con- comptny benefits. Call 964- Johnson 2tp & 26: trade. Call'credit' Ma ..terCOLLECT.
spare hours showtntr' Avon crete block house in Jaeksonvine'. 9381943 -.
elimination will 3401 or 964-3411 after 9 a ,
e'.ent\ and '
Cosmetics Oulda en Sub. Ca1969104'\ Plnehav.1 Assistant Manager Needed l anytime 'WEI dellver.'Nooblles
RIB STEW Lb. 43c feature the following participating All Sizes Write Mi'e. After 6 p. m, call 06!)-
: teams: on Display Sweat P. O Box 687 Live ply at 319 N. Myrtle Ave. 1341. It-hx, I'I'm. Must be high school graduate. tlon. 2tch' 'en

8-10-12 Widest Oak FIR. )Itrhg Itchg ,, Palm: background bene- '
BRISKET STEW 3 Lbs. $1.00 Novel's' Auto Saes! and the 1 /2 Haths ficial. Opportunity for advancement CLEANRUOfl Ilk. J ntt, 'Soea
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Camden Restaurant of Staikc and CARPORTS BOATPORTS. FOR RENT -Kingsley Lake FOR PALE Cable piano i if desired. Contact r to 'dO w11h.Blu...Uu *,

SMOKED:\ (Whole) OK FHESII Fort Walt.m: YMCA. Foil 1 Walton Expandable "Premium Quality" lifetime 3 bedroom furnished house. trumpet tape recorder. 3 ten Mr. Gene Sumner. Far- Rent electric Jhainpcto/. "HI l

PICNICS Lb. 43c Merchants Jacksonvl'le'! : 'aluminum embossed or baIted 150 ft. private dock with 2 gallon aquariums: complete I mers Mutual Exchange. ThL- !Mtarlte Hardware. Itfh4

Ford Motor Company Gainesville New and Used on enamel finish, In dec dressing' rooms. For reserva- Moving Rev. John H Brab- Is an Equal Employment ''n4. ,
Opportunity FOR SALE-Houee sor
SMOKED OK Vols. Fairchild Hoinctsif orator colors round ndj. or tions call: Delano Thomas. ham. 964-7101. 2tchg 6 2
,
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-by the sliced .
piece not Xtec
tfchg furniture. Call 3U3
47'|
) St Auuustlne, Quality Mobile 8-Yr. !'
financing available 333-2291' '
WHITE ornamental posts. FREE estimates Kingsley Lake. Fla. '.
"atpia
BACON Lb. 'I p. m. :
49c Homes of Sanford. Or- :
= = = = 376.8888.GAIMESlILLE after A p. m. tfcligj WANT TO BUY-Small baby
DRUMMER monl Beach< Optical. St. Pe- Use! Our Rental-Pur AWNING CO. I bed. Cell' Mis. Adams 964- WANTED: COLLEGE GRAD- FOR SALE -5H'a: re'ry ..
)JOY ALL MEAT ,

tersb-u-K.' Buddgy's Ht-rdware, UATE between of 31::
3900. Itch ages + farr.3 houses. .:JO.000 ML
chase Plan-Payments I j HONDA Motorcycle like new. t
FRANKS-3-12 oz. Pkgs. $1.00SEE of Tallaliossee.: and the All' 7 ACRES Divided Into 4 tI and 50 It Interested In position ft. all automatic jrowin
Under $30 Per Month\ I $250. A J. Cowart. Ph. 969- I
Stars of Perry Fla. Beautifully Wooded Home- In Starke write P. 0
"
( 2492. ltpVNUSUL LAND CLEARLVG.' blade come $8.000 DIgs >6- ,Toem,
ALL LONG GRAIN The tournament Is /sanctlon"d sites A'l! frontage on SR I work, U2.50 per hour. Purchase Drawer A giving are; anc' home 12.000. ft. frontage .-pn

RICE 8 Lbs. 99c by the Fin Amateur Softball 200A. Near Lake Santa Fe at Llyhtwool St'.irms. M.I' previous positions! held Itch main 111.h..ay chool bits
j
Association. Trophies will Ea.-'ton.: J. J. B nnrtt. 11402 OPPORTUNITYLarge
NOWF no answer call 964-5162. ROLLER -out. telephohe. electricity,
( .PURE be present:! for 1st. 2nd 3M Elaine Drive Ja.'ksonvi'le United States and tfchg I SKATING PART'Si two deep wells, shade trees.
and 4th places and an alltouimmcnt 768-6083. itchyOLD I| Canadian:\ Company In agricultural i| Fun Spot Saturday. Maj Phone 41)-
Price $29.500.
LARD 3 Lb. II ,,28. 8'a' hours ..
Jar .59c of fun starting
field -
team will be select Mobile Home SitesAVAILABLE I urgent'y re- 4508. : ,-atp. V.j!
d. TRADING POST-Bar- quires -.eprenentatlve! in this FOR SALE OR RFNT 2 at 2 p. m. Admission 50

SEE ALL DRIED.:-:Mix\ 'em up Touriximrnt. !Schedule> gains In boats. trailers fishIng I I county !or Crop Service De-I bedroom' house on State Road !i skates Included. Itch FOR! KENT: -Sm Ud furnish ,

BEANS or PEAS 4 Pkgs. $1.00 .-rlcl..v. :May 27 Full Lake Privileges tickle, tools. washing i I pcutmeiit. Applicant must I II 125. 2 ml. west of LawteyFiuene !/. !' '. ,eotta
8 p m -." oeqe"''" Auto Snev.s machine and parts. Refrigerators have recent agricultural! Starling. Ph. 782-: FOR SLEGood upright rent. Call .- ffl."QO. .

KANSAS QUEEN Gainesville! Hard Field. Homestead Exempt- drink boxes sinks I background and be well regarded j 3412. 2tp 62 piano reasonably priced. 367 1cr ,'Intment. ...u-2

FLOUR 5 8 P mOrmon' Beach! v FinancingLake !gas stoves electric stoves. In area. N. Lake St. Dial 964-2095. r' .
Lbs. 45c St. Ai"ius'ine.'! BUS field. bed'Tiom furniture. Electric 1 Position Is full time. or can FOR S\LE-1939 Ford Pickup tch? 'OR' SALE OR'RENT: t aiM

PLANTATION 9:30: pii I.- Garden Restvi"ant Geneva motors $3 each. New sandals be' handled at first along! .- recently o-.erhauled. will 2 bedroom. .trailers. WlJTnipve

vs Jacksonville.\ hardy lOc: ea. Hub caps! clothing at with your present farming sacrifice. also! boat. trailer- \ COWS FOR SALE One to your own lot. Will Mil

MEAL or GRITS 4 Lbs. 23c Field. your own price. Phonograph operation: Successful applicant : i and outboard motor. Call ranger and one mUch cow I with no money down. Also,

9 ::30 p m St Petfrsburavs Trailer SalesOn records 15c each. Remember can expect earnings between i 782-3633 between 8 and! 4. I Phone 964-6692. Itch? i Motor Scooter, :3 I .y.p tla. old.

Sinford. mrs tied: folks we sell trade buy. $100-4150 weekly with I, 964-4711 after 5 p. m. Itp 'In top shape.( Call! beftrt.)' : t a.

Saturday's (tames will bei'I", Route 100 One Mile SE Open 6 a. m. till 9 p. m. excellent\ opportunity for ear- m..or *ft<'r 7,, p. us {/ ,

at 9 i m. at both fields:! and Keystone IlelphM Come out and browse around. ly advancement' KINGSLEY LAKE HOUSEfor II HAVE In cosmetics YOU TRIED and sIn!the finest care? j. 'B.-wnne.r;:; Jjfct. t4qTRAWDiR1Ut. ''a

the ttnaK: will be phi lee) Sun Open Sun. & Evenings We have hundreds o; Items Write and tell me about sale. Write or call V. Q For free home demonstration : '
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I WE STOCK A COMPETE day st.mina' at 1 p :11 at Hardy i! Leonard Ruby Oiiffls' 2Vj YOUI.'el!. Reply at once to: I McCoy Jr. P. O. Drawer 1148 i i phone Luzier Consultant. Hoi : ."; .J.ut
LINE OF GROCERIES I chance. v1 You '
Field. miles North: : PIck 't.h.jn; 39
Tournament! head. Starke :?t01 Vice President. Box 1105. or plvme 376-7290. Galn-. I i Proctor, 984-6681 or 964-
j J 2tp 6:2: Winter Garden Fla. 3tchti : cents at Lloyd Bryin. JJor
I 6,9,, vUle, Fla. tfch* 5311. 4tp 6,16, gan Road Ph." 647tlSlip. \


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'rllVII UAY. MAY. 26. 1966 STAHKi';. FLOUIU.I .\ "
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advantage of these seivlcusOov I

/a Haydon Bums has also

proclaimed: this pc.lod! oa DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home '
Florida Extension! Hume Economics -

The Example Has Been Set 9"I Week in recognition STAKKKIMIONE: 9G1-2600
ot educational' piovrims! pro-

vldel by Exientlon\ Home) KKVSTO.NK: () : IIKHJHTS( -PHONE: 473-3176
:Metamorphosis. poration provided the conference table Ecoimmics\ Agents

1 It's a good word, even if moat of us and chairs us I a personal gift ; Biilling- I The Bradford County e

do have difficulty pronouncing it. ton's made a hve-ton air conditioner I 1 agent! Miss Martha Sue! Mc Rental ServicesIIOSIMTM

Among its several meanings, ac- available at almost half price ; Wells : /6'$ Cain has a B. S. degree in
linns.KIKL( : ; CHAIRS
cording to Webster's unabridged, is Electric contributed the necessary:' rewiring horns economics and tt K dticiting { ,'

"a marked or complete change of character ; Empire (Concrete donated side- many different programs ('m'n'IU( :

I appearance! or condition" walk planters ; Florida Hydrocarbons:! f. In Bradford' County whl'h(
1 l are designed,; as aids for better '
or "tran formation, especially by mag- gave the necessary paint; Koch's and
111111'4.I .
ic or sorcery." Canova's drug stores contributed bro ; 1 / 1iLi I'

It could also well mean "transform chure racks ; Nasworthy, Denmark, ;, ;, / / .
...
ation by virtue of determination ando Dahmer's!, and Badcock's added several I I .---- .., I

elbow grease." items to the furnishings ; and liberal I '. y 1 Y I
i There was probably more elbow cash donations pay for remodellingwere I < 1

\ grease than sorcery in the transformation made by the Florida Hank at jil i

s) that is taking place in our Chamber Starke, the Starke Lions Club, Starke sf

of Commerce headquarters in Retail! Merchants Association, Holiday r "

; Starke, but no one can deny that it is Inn, and First Federal Savings & Loan A/ / f d .,'

I undergoing a complete "nietuinotphos- Association Slade Gas Co. contributedthe

l.s" and thereby hangs a tale. air-conditioning duct work and ;...i'

It is a story of community coopera- Longchamp Construction Co. did the! sA

tion to get our Chamber out of the remodelling at cost. R ,tjt:. 'I i ize3
i iY ib
dilapidated building in which it hn. 'rl 1 he Chamber still needs another <,v

been housed for the past :several years, $lio0 to finish paying for the painting I >

and into quarters that would create the and remodelling( :so additional contri- wF co

proper image for Starke and Bradford butions will be welcome. k

County.; The handsome: new (Chamber of
,
Undeniable evidence of huw well Commerce headquarters at the coiner -

this goal has been reached now standsat of Call and Walnut Streets has given!

the corner of Call and, Walnut u much-needed lift to the entire central : ".' .- .

Streets for all the world to see. Onlya business, district, where too many 4" >

few finishing touches! remain to be vacant buildings were beginning to be ,

added before Starke, and Bradford in evidence.! It should provide the c:1:: i -

County will have u Chamber of Coni-. necessary spark to "spur, other business i.

meice office that is on par with any property' owners on to a similar -

town our size in the country.It effort to upgrade their buildings to
How much of
i is amazing what a little paint, be in keeping with the new Chamber The New Look'EbrfoR your

some clever/ remodelling, new furnitureand of Commerce office. It shows! once and success will depend

fixtures, and a liberal applicationof for all what can be done with a little/ .

imagination can accomplish.The 1 money, effort, and imagination and I \VMlli personal "llInlll' 1 stun','. ts'laYIIIl'! ) I s,'me of the on your saving, Tom?
miracle of metamorphosis: has proves that the old established Call urn work pionits Illd:I adore\' ncilHies
been accomplished with an expendi- Street business district can be "saved"if Sincerely, uf lliu Hume( Kmnoiiilt.-; That's a good question that the realty

ture of a little more than $ >.OOO, most: there i is a will to save it. It cannot Hilly MATTHEW M C Extension Depiu'inn'nt "sharp" Toms, Dicks and Harrys the

of which has been contributed by local be preserved, of course, by writing it l'ro'hlml1lillll'fIn leaders of ten or twenty years from now
Dltol GeneI
merchants, industries, and contractors, off as a lost cause' and allowing it to I do i not think: any Chamber { coiifoimnnce! with th can answer! For today's smart young
who caught the spirit and joined in further deteriorate nationwide obscrvanct'a! :" th
Dear Gene: /f! Commeice. adteitl, e- man knows that with a growing bank sav-
the cooperative effort to give us a Our Chamber of Commerce has seta Please let me thank you for I,! metaof< such have done n Bradford County Cownnd-slon ings account-added to payday-he
Chamber of Commerce office of whichwe commendable example. The next I your editorial support during much toward tin'O'ciit" hits! proclaimed the heck ot every
I hun 'fori has a growing ready-cash with
I May 2J-28: as reserve
need not be ashamed. move is up to the merchants and prop- my recent campaign for re- Society" and 'Creative Fe.1-
County Home :Economic;;
which
And a genuine community effort it erty owners.! If they want to preservethe election to Congress.I i ernllvn' as the llvlrtuil: \ : to take advantage of opportunitiesand
Extension' Wfck. stating tliiil
shall be so grateful If and corporate Southern hospitality with which to insure independence of
has been. The Junior Womart's Club central business:' district, it can be Individual, family, nld: com- .
financed the draperies ; Mrs Loyree done by following the Chamber's: you will express to you shown friends nnrlstl'AIUl'rS munity Jiving h"" 1te",1tl'en'ltlwIIl'd choice during the years ahead.
leaders deep appreciationfor alike own
by our
CocomLse of Bradford Furniture. Cor example. my through! pro- Start saving here, with
the vote of conlklenc" I community here in Starke.
that 'hey gave me and for A Great Society' can exist ,,- (tl'amsll1lch offer ill Bradford safety plus interest. NOWFLORIDA
County: homemakers and
I Bradford Wins the privilege!! of having served iU'ierriciallv for an Inrle\
PercentagewiseBradford .
their families educatlonul\ !
,
them as their Congressman\ finite time, but It I'A'be Hi' ,
services/ in consumer education
during'! the last 14 years i ed only! to the fullest when
County showed a com- County representative, for the new plnnnlnrt and manage-
Until' January 1. I am still we iciii/o!' the Innate pood
mendable interest in politics by turn- Clay-Bradford-Union district seat ment of family and community -
officially the Congressman ness In those who :maku/ !>
ing out just as strong in Tuesday's Bradford County will continue to have from the Eighth Dlitrlct/ or anv society Simfllmes it ourccs.:\ health andsafety

Second Primary as it did in the First the distinction of being a residence Florida and It will! be my takes a spark to Ignite th" education, family re- ,, -

-. Primary of May 3. Both times, more county for one member of the house pleasure! to continue serving warmness that lies! within latton! "hips, and t housing. I B.iA N'K'Af''\ ; ) S: r.ARcK: E
than 4,000 voters went to the polls- of Representatives, an honor that few our people until that time each person! which then Assignee is brought ti u ._ '
nearly 75 per cent of the 5,729 who small counties can claim since the lat- My address li Room 2.238 makes a chain reaction The I more than 300,000 Florida
families: each year through One of 30 Banks of the Florida National
are registered to vote. As far as we est reapportionment on the basis of Rayburn Offl'-e\ Bull-Inn people! in Starke have shoo Group
these the
Washington. D. C. that spark "o I say thanks programs proclamation -
have been able to determine this is a population.As salj.:! calllnr on all
for myself nn1o many Member Federal Deposit: Insurance
hither, percentage than that cast in this is written Sen. Charley E. others" who hn::e receive-1 Bradford i CounUans to take< Corp.
other counties in this area. Johns of Starke and Hal Davis of What with stiaw-Haek-bl such! sunny friendliness I
Robert King High, the diminutive Quincy are running neck and neck for berries this section 1 Is> becoming Very sincerely yours, ftl

mayor of Miami again showed his the 5th District Senatorial seat, and I the berry. .capital.. l.t"'I'' Cain

knack for pulling surprises by defeating the final decision as to who will serve I Then. too thcie'a the elderberry Box 248 Starke
incumbent Governor Burns by might well remain in doubt until the I
whl>'h thrives In I
some 80,000 votes. Most of Kelly's I last absentee vote is counted. If Davis: this section, and vtilh I I'' 'K. B. Murrhee Look who's behind the wheel of a Chevrolet Impala

supporters apparently followed their is the ultimate winner, all four of our I good Tor making Jelly or pie

defeated leader's advice and went over 24-county district senators will reside: I If you ran beat the birds, tJ) Electrocuted

to the side of Mayor High although in Tallahassee or within a radius of the fruit fwhlrh we've never: I II

Burns carried Bradford County in the 50 miles of the state capital. Citizensin I I been able to* do* *1 While On Job

Second Primary. the eastern tier and the far western
Got over to the rionc'Show !
:Most: ] political prognosticators now counties of the district will have to at the State Farm la>i ij Kil .'! nl.lk'url( : i ie' ". finatli" \

predict an intensive race between drive hundreds of miles to see "their j week, and olllin; thin year 1 ot Oi)' Irani, ri'>,v 'if'din
High and the Republican nominee for !senator" matters of personal coun- drew a bile uowd: of '.1 I It,>,,',. -' "' In Tnmp.i; was rle'tio

Governor, Claude Kirk, in the General tv, or state business.: This is just one I from the urea One of tin' i ruled WI'h'sda! /' : tif til. I nooi i,,
Election next November. They seem of the inequities of a reapportionment I tando'it exhibits> WI'' Slav: 'A. when the doom on
to feel that Kirk will have a !better formula that was supposed to put all I thouiiht.! was a rnlnliturv Ms veil riil'llnw'! I tit t'>nclKin '

chance against High than he would voters on an canal basis. In this respect 'eenhoii'.e! which "onl 81r'e' overhead! power lIne' 0"Llk'
.
-1oz"ns of tlnv plants In ,Fein! I) Flri-1 one and! "
have had against Burns and some feel it has failed. thimble-sized pots 'halt' mile- \\II'-t of LitM /

that Florida might wind up with a But win, lose, or draw, we can all l ". 1\11'1'11,1', had a IlK on 9

Republican Governor in 1967. take pride in the way Bradford'oun' While.!'! the show Is In'eiestIn the fear of II pL. ;kup tiut'

(Congratulations] are in order for tv voters l turned out at the polls) ] on *'. t the real sto v ref tin" .end was bu, kin'. to the well

Bradford County's Gene Shaw, who May 3rd and 21th. Few, if any counties iortlc"lui. "pro"un tier* ,IUv. i ueii, the. 'b'mm onneit'

proved his political acumen by defeat- of Florida can ejual our record Louis who up >n lelea1-! invtfctUat'JK\; officer
ing Huntley, incumbent Clay percentage-wise.!
have n Ira 'e. for wh'cli) IherIs phi lie, was el.I"ctrocut..rl"h .
i a ion! d"mil nil For cxumile. < -" lie stepped f' om th' I
of sweet coin for mlI: kl't. while'! at the show', ) I.\e'' tiutk tj the irrouiij' and wa
Farmer's ,' !talked: to nn Inmate who wl'l' (dead! / en un'vul; ut 'lump.. I
DiaryBy
I The weather Is ideal, tort be released: soon and. vit'!I General HuM Alta 1.

J Sam McGarrey I for rrosqultoes! but tile county credited the horticultural pro- Hu Iud( lived! In 'fum p:1: foi)
hm purchased unotht. ram. and M B Jordan paitlcuiirlv. !the 'uast U:! years /

fairly dry weather fogging!!\ machine and has already with settinK him Bui. ivln' inn't wl!,"
started the annum' stiaUht Oetthi: : a dauuht'-i.' J.HlI1'l i
.
campaign! against the pests FletiliT.: of Tamiw, : three Impnka -\uper it port Count
dam
And speaking of rain Unchecked the "kkeef-ers At the present! lime tKters. M.s; Vi-iill", Sniitn

age Dan Starling of the can drive you Indoors, and I if though Hum's Interest III 1 nut and Mrs. Olive Bvid.' both ot II Why, it's you. Pulling away from your Chevrolet dealer's,
Lawtey area said l.e lost t they ore especially hungry, !In getting things to grow but Tumpn. and Mrs. France: let's say. You've got just the model you wanted. (And at
big piuntlng of vegetables! will get through screening In keeping the lawn and th Crews Graham" : two !brothers; such a good price.) You've got that Full Coil suspensionand
which was "drowned out" bya !and chose you around the vard under control The frav( Ben Murrhee, Tampa and: solid Body by Fisher. (And at such a good
recent flooding rain, and h- house Is ttriv/ini' so fast> now th ni t Dewey Munhee. Giihum price.) It really makes you feel for the people
had no alternative. but to SeeStrawberries few days after mOil Irl'(. In- Funeral services were\ held who don't know what's going on at their
plow U under and take a loss are about 'awn !looks like a Scot's head/ at 4..p. m. Friday' In thehaJd Chevrolet dealer's. /
Tobacco In this
growers who rut hU hair with a"ill" of Blount; FuneiaHome
one but we still have black- ; \
area are having troubles with /
.nalr of scissors and a shaky in TamplIntermlnt
this year's crop, according to Ho'Vever the corn crop )lerrles find soon the blue- hand. .
County Agent Oeorge Hug- which likes warm and we wry crop will be In. notably AOJ. ''n Oak Grove CcmeteiyHome

gins "They're having trouble weather Is growing last 'sjerlally irounthe; :Melrose. area Tioub'e'! Is that with aI'the
with worms and disease in on the hl/fher./ wel'' there there" are several cult! wet weather. not only Economics
the ," Most of the aced plantations. And: there
plants Hugging Jrained land
reported. does the! grass! I Brow Ilk'' Extension WeekProclaimed
Heavy: rains are alan' ilantliiEs, though, are o re many places In the! < coun weeds: but there/ are pudd'e
threatening the crop whichat field corn, as growers hiv< .y where "hlh bmV' plant: I ill around the yard: an*"
this' stage thrives best In I all but :abandoned the raising are coming' Into production" when the mower hits on"' i1
Bradford County Hems
makes a sound like r drown-
Economic Extension( Weed
''ntf duck before .stalling In :j
Mill be climixej:! with a ta
THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH spray of water. this pfternoon( (Thursday! '

ESTABLISHED 1879 'rom :3! to 5 o'clorlat! the
Loots' like the only way [@
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home of Miss Martha Su' "

E. L. MATTHIW' EOITOW!: AND Pu.Li'M.n we'll"iroblem be Is able to attach to solve!a klt-th.' McCain.: 1085 this! Nelll occaslo.i Court 7. Move OUt. Ch.mltt In May W.f S.a your Chevrolet dealer! CHEVROLET. CHEVELLE"CHEVYH. CORVJU3til ___

hen, mixer to the bark of It, Hostesses on .._ _._ _._._._
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P LClIII.A' OLD.'? WEEKLY NW.PAPN PUBLOMID CON like an outboard motor, so It' will be Bradford County 4-H
TINUOU..., UNOCK THB SAME MA.TM AOruk can swim through the pool.* Club! (I'lrIR. and the occasion: 09 8144
will honor members '>f Extension -
AND ENTBMCO A SECOND CLASS MATTE AT TM. and .veer waterwingt whil.: Home Economics:: ClubIn <
LI.Hia EACH TKU((OAY *
following it
Pout OFFICE AT STANK FLA. UNOEM AOT Or MARCH *. I.TIN .. Bradford' County H WALT HULICK CHEVROLET INCU.

Another feature! of th- ,
THE TRADE A.R.LON( )) TEAR $3 5O . eve MONTHS 12 OOOUT3IDB5 It attractive window
Pintle Notebook S3.50: at the week IIn S. 301 NORTH STVKKK, FLA. PHONE 961.3900
\ TKA.OB .AAAA ONH TbAJl ".W . *IX MONTHS $4.2> TELEGRAPH. display at Eagle's department





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PAGE EIGHT BRADFORD COUNT: TtXEOBArif. 9TAJIKK.) FLORIDA TIIITRSDAT. MAY 211. 19H


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FTTYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY Randy Mason of Sorrento Mr. tloned In Virginia was home No. 1)e.erlploa A .sag ., T......' III. Doe.rletlu. Aa....t ., T...,. N. Uerer/ploa.f laml III r R A Owner. and C'na.i
and Mrs. Howard Register! for the weekend.Mr. ., laud a T ** A Owner sad Cal, 01 land H T a A 0...... sad Coat'*

and five children Lake 3489 Lola. 13 A II,
RAIFORDBy of City, and Mrs. Ralph Taylor SIId.l vHONTI -
IU--C.'n l 105 Kt M.
of Blk 34 III L. T.
Mr. and Mrs. Don Newmanand and Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Bur- etc* W 1001, N 1* of NK Cur of SE'i' & COB ADD Lester J, Prc\alt 7. "

children of Starke, Mrs. nett of State Farm were business dear E :210', N 72 of NBVt\ ru.V. :II41IJ:-Lot* 1, 2, 3,. 4. (I
Mr. Earl Dobbs Marty Clemons and Mischello visitors in Whitehouse deg If' 100' to PUU U' S3 8 Marvin E. N.;..*.*l 10.07 210 Ft. H lor Ft' 11, 13 A 13 of Hlk. .

Phone 496.3601uAAUA..AuAAAUU. III :SI 0 Kt, N lOG ft 25 'In L T & COM!
of Hellbronn Springs, Mr. and Saturday 2418-1 1.1011' E&W .
to Beg |3 1 23 J. f. Keller Act. 23.62: ADD A. E. MuKlnnry.. .1 lr, _>j] ,
.. Mrs. Don Bernston of Detroit, Larry Dean. Freeman and by tlV Na In NW

Our I Mich., Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Clinton Freeman of Lake But- Cnr of E'>,4 of BIS 2U1'38-W1!, of 541. 3312-Lot* 6 T of ....
deepest sympathy to of K3W Bii.1 on N of $f'i of NEt.!: Hilt M 36 ft
S Ex
)lr. and Mrs Will I GrIffis and eon, Michael Dobbs ler visited Miss Beth Dobbs by Outer In Bx,
Roberts and 8t S K 90' as II 33 4 Percy Bulllvan 33.B8Small : In 'r"lIlpleaLJU Emma Boree i .,,
family on tho death of their Mrs. Mary, Freeman and Ode Friday. .1 J Te in pirn Sir VIJtiiA 0 33 Marvin. E.: Koegel' U.II>< i95! -Lot* 10, 11 Kx; 3838-W .Mi Kl of Lot .

daughter Mrs. Mildred Smithof Dobbs. Mrs Dolores Conner visited NW'. of Silk W 1100' Lot 13. U. 8 W 66 ft of e.:
1II/ tif 14 of Blk C In
tigW Blandln
Friends of Mrs. : Mott N44\ of Lot 1ot Hlk
Mary Mr. and Mrs.[ W. B. Bloo -
Starke whose funeral was NK >i of Dlk 2 8 of tl/lt Kx: W Uir 19 In Temple ADI .1. A. Bell -, ,
held Saturday. will regret to learn that she worth Monday night. Hue aV of Temple nf Lot 13" 14 A. 30S4- Lot 8 and 9

:Mr. and Mrs. Roy Clemons Is a patient in King Memorial MarjeJl Dobbs was a business i r r Mill 8/U 21 e 22: Oateway. InJuatrle 511.10 Port of Blk C J K: ut of T4lk 3H In TemPle .,

and daughters Brenda and Hospital. We pray for her a visitor in Madison last I, 212r.---K'b'\{ ut Hlk 3 8!I Inc. Creek 4 W of Ditch Bualrie .\ I'll A. rJ. .McIClniipj\, Jr), i'il, ;
Adm Cl> .al It2.57 3700 -I..t ff 'VV "14"
tarha, of Hellbronn Springs speedy recovery week. of U 4 W Temple" 28 59-Lot* I I. (fI I, 7 & of Lot 5 of Hlk 1 '
visited Mr. and Mrs. Earl Danny Ray of Worthington :Mr. and Mrs. Mallie GrIffis KID XI 6 23/ S John Co>ln Janiva E. ('Akrlilao. I> i I", ",,

Dobbs Friday night Springs and Woodrow Kittler had as Friday night supper ; 2U --1 A III NK: Cur Blnnillnc/ Kilt A. 1 U::, McKinney' Jr. 1JH.33 87(3-L,t* 2. t, n, ft '
of W'a of HIM 3
were weekend guests of Mr. Mr. nnd Mrs. HarlisKllington Covlnatun tt.3i 2U70-Com 418 ft N & Frnvl! Lot.* A !11>
J. O. Dobbs was a business guests H or It 3:I W 21 8 23. 1 Lawrence from NE Cor of CallA
31 J. .M.
of ink In
visitor In Gainesville Monday. and Mrs. Cecil Wilson. !: / and children Paulette 2117-I'nrcel' l>ow (Oft We.i|| at* ft run John ADD/ Annette L. Tucker. |I', i ;
Mr. and Mrs Roy Clemons and fickle of Lake Butler. MK 17-173 *: L'"*- E 220: Kt N 75 u'
While there he visited his :: Pioneer FlnMiiia (,'u. 84.511 Ft 3801-Bile 8 Kx: ItIn /\\
6:3
Oil UK 37 "g 185 Kl W 22U Kt S 75 Kt A. I'!.' McKlllllO, .
brother and family, Mr. and and daughters Brenda and Rickie spent the night there. 2147-A-Ill's" DJ' !N' l>f8W PUB tu City "arklU ) Jr )to: ;

Mm. I* D. Dobbs Marsha of Hellbronn Springs Sunday guests of Mr. and ('or of NK'inf 21)90) -"Krom, Pt of Int as 6 S3 H. H. Houston t)2l) : 3'02-1. I 1.1 thru" 1K

Sir and Mrs. Ruffin Griffis visited Mr. and Mrs. Earl Mrs. M. M. Griffis were Mr. HW't! K: IUD1'', or..S. line So. 28 wit It &: Sit or Rile 1 A

had as a guest lat week their Dobbs Friday night. and Mrs. C. H. Moye and N 100', W. 100', H 2i2lit 1:3:: J"hnuj Covlnlon II.1C W lino of Ut IH Lois 3 thru 10, of
100- to Bear.
little Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Wilson children Charlene and Jimmie 200 run Nly Along Idle 4 & Lots I I. 2, :a I IC
grandson Terry Watersof ltd 308 07 "'t to 7 til,,I'll u..r.
Jacksonville. and baby visited Mr. and 3Irs. of Jacksonville. -Coin at SK Cur
. FOB Wly 261 Ft 111k 8 & Lot It-It
Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Griffis Monroe, Kitler Monday eve Mr. and Mrs M. M. Oriffls of NK4- W 308.21 of 'SW'4run to HI]' 32 .U ft 1. Ely fti'4; of frols i 1:1: & _....

visited their children Mr. and ning. had as supper guests Thursday POB W ...U', Nly 4.83 Ft, Ely lout, 19 of Blk 7 City
A Rd of Park, A Blk 5 In
lira. Joe Pair and son Billyin Mrs. Inez Addison and son :Mr. and Mrs. Elzio Griffls 110', Ely 4II.4' Sly InWt& 91.10 Fto" a St curve: Rd. City Park SID A. ll, McKlnnev Jr ii., ,',

Gainesville Saturday. Ernest, Woodrow Kitler and of State. Farm Mr. and 101.2' of to Blk POD IS of Sly alone Rd 248.03 ,1SO' Com at I NK I: Cor! .

Mr. and Mrs. Ruffln Griffis Danny Ray were Sunday luncheon Mrs. Morris Prevatt of Sand- R2W Temp H/l" 81 8:13: ]Mi-.. Emma ]Murrho 10.77 Ft to FOB Jx: Il/W 38 8:1: Annette L. Tucker,, 1I7.K of RI:'A of NII'I: *

had as Sunday guests their guests of Mr and Mrs., erson, :Mr. and Mrs. Keith 250K-Lot* 2 & 3 of 2999-Lot lOot nile run .S Run 100 Ft W for Ion 11POB

children, Mr, and Mrs. Junior I Cecil Wilson. Griffis and family of Macclenny. Hlk U Ex V. I III !V Chsrl.a L. Barnes 3.73 2 of Dowllnc Park Ft S 60 I"0/: 10iFt. )')
HUofHUNlk/
In N limn
Waters! and family and Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Blood- 2.121-1.01 7 ISIn 8/1 O. D. Kersey rat. 413 1: N SO Kt to 1'on -
Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Marl Jones 2.72 341)0) -Iji* 8 ft 7 cif I'XII: \\" Len' 'rroy l1el"'r 1'
and Mrs. Marvin Tucker of N Reno
worth were supper guests of Blk 2 In Dowlin ::1 lo-'e.h'' at SK/: Cor.
Jacksonville. their son and family, Mr. and Tommy Anderson will regretto :2523 l -Lot* 3, 4 of Blk franco. Jenkins 49)) Park S/D Eux!; Sly of NK'i: of !KK4! of

Friends of Mr. and Mrs. I Mrs. Quintin Bloodworth in learn that their ,baby Is a 2U-L..1: Ill!) In N-ltenn S H/T 20 14' Katie M. Stokes. n.f1! NJo:''', A run .V IIrt.

Johnnie Mazola will be Interested Lake Butler Saturday night. patient in King/ Memorial Hos- In N I2540Lot ofSINIk Sally P. William 10.35 :lOII--I."t. 1 thru 6 W' 107 Ft fur" a
'of BlK 1 In White roll run N 11.1: ft.W .
pital. S of nik 23
to know that he left
Elmer Hunt of Lake City Saul Hanktrtion 2.75 Acres A Lot I I. 8 100 Ft, S13 Kt. .
for military service Thursday. visited Mr. and Mrs. Earl Elson Brannen of Lake City IniR..no- 8/D 7 of hilt :2SiMl A. E. McKinney, Jr. 59.II) \12 IflO Kt to POM 29 8 22 .0\. N.i: \kKlnnp,.. .1 Jr, :2,1. e9"

Mrs. Leon Norman of Starke Dobbs visited Tuesday. I, Floyd plckcn 4.2 Lot 1 Blk 4 I 1112-Cumin ni Pt 13'
visited her sister, Mrs. Ruby Bloodworth Sunday afternoon. In Oahagan S/D: or ir
Resale Griffis who Is sta I 28Lot: : 8 "f Hll, > I Town N 17 dia4i'" W & I 111)) Of SKCor
Rosier Wednesday.Mrs. I / Ullh"gltn 11,1' E on Ely R/W Walnut 1'I 1- of Wi(; of NUVi
Gerald Grills was a /nx n/w Aaron Holloy 2"Q..1IJohiml ''I St' 104.33S!:I 7J of II! ,:'3 of XR'i, run

business visitor In JacksonvUle :\'o'rlc.J 251:; .-Lot* I, 2. a, 4. dOll 11' E 211' !3:I If X 76' W 1M( )'. N
W 130': W 820', S I IHII,
2.1: & 26 of Blk 3 deg 102.73' to SIS
Saturday. Cor Lot 1 Blk 4 i I': I rir: s I i II'!' K 21111'
Notltc IB hereby given that the following described' lunrta, Uuhnfran S/D/ Ma Cuffo. 11.07
Some of those attending the of Blk 1 N 73 deg- W ID i-on Kx on iK!
will,1,1 l nt' iiulilli- auction nt 12"iO: uUock mum on the Huh 2B11- Kti: 214.03'A
funeral in Macclenny of Paul E&W Vi t8067Lola o beg- E. AUKImmy. Jr 5U.8I) 31 P... 617 &: \13x
fillY of June, A V. 1S8, at the City Hull Cltv or 11'k County Sorlt2/ I :
Knabb were :Mr.: and :\Mrs "r Urn,!tord' State of Fl orld,,. to pay the amount duo for of Hlk 1 S of It 3 I': '. 4. 8 of Rill ort IB-SI: & 1 r.K
Blk 1 N"r II In orlg Townof Oil BIC /11-171 :29 I 8 21: Leonard irl/rin;" in' (10
tnx 'a hereto" nut f'tipoHlte the ''Hume together' Hllh nil rout" A BK\t: \ of '
Earl: Dobbs and Mrs. Mary of such sale and advertising;. K 2 K NW'. !Slarke'; o. J. au-urirt 2.I.S1: 3'I/II-I.' / | ,,i r ,of Hlk 2

Freeman.Mr. nf mi I S of R 3 3001-: I Lot 20' !II In Itutlor" Crt !S/l> I-.lniVP; Thulium Z.I'7
and Mrs. Don Bernston :10. Deaerlptlua Amutml 4)r ")).... F: In Telnplns l IS'U A s: I by 44'4'!V, M: & 8911-I: let being 8 r
week- of h..1 lI'r! K A Chuu and 'owls K-c Tar OR B1 ,. W In HB 'or of Lot NS by 110' 1-:&\\'
Mich,
of Detroit were 38-8:18: 32 8 23 1* I" J, A Alive Kite I.." 3 of Blk 18 In orlx Bnd N hy Lnt, 1 I. S'
end guests of Mr. and Mrs 2d171..1 6 .r Hilt ij17Cum; 985'. K Town of Starke & bv Lol 2, \\' bv Let

Earl Dobbs. 2 IS. N 10' Ureon. & tn' N of H\\ Corof I lot 20' N'&S l hy GO' 4 In nik 1 Butler

Gerald Griffis Don Newmanend Acres, U""rKII F'. lI..ell. 1.1'' NW'i: of SVV/4. .' EW!: In NE cur Ort S/D Norman K. 'rhou'us2'1
..\
2331--'Cnm "I XW Cnrof N 220' for POM. 13 I Lot 5 Blk IS A. B, MoKlnney, Jr :51; ..24
Calvin Griffls Sr. visited PE'i of xi'i: runS W 10T( :il7)::! Lol 7 of Blk
1110' N 50' ,
1
Mrs. Calvin Griffis Sr. in St. 13M7.2 1'1. H 7x3.0 it CO', to PUH t'l B! Dl&lo 3135-K': B Ft of Lot R In. PliifhurHt! S/D A. Mi-Kliiiicy.: '. Ji,'. 2t 1 h.
Stuartre
Vincent's Hospital Sunday af 1"1 I" Vv IVW Line Corp of /: 2B.21 I W ZS Ft of 3980-n -""Ie2:;' Wf
or "I Rd 18.. then Lot 7 or Blk 24 III' I 13';; N of SK roc
ternoon. I I NI.ly: stung W It/W t IftiUS-Com at H\V ('4)r "rig Town of Stark: John lleiulniuay aU.41!) ..f XK'i: ; of :XK'i.:'
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Normanof Ilne .r Ifwy TD2 N't of :OW'; cf SW: \Ii 3)53Corn) :; on .H. aide N HO1, W 70', H 8'''"',
Starke and Mrs. Ethel for POll then Nlyon run E 104', N 30' for of Call St where It j I io ;70" to Beg 21)) 8 23 Louis. ;. J. lit-iinctl r. n't';

Clemons of Hellbronn Springs W It/'" Ilne. 160Ft POH K 123' on N Int. K;; *ld. of Court 3 11-1 1 H'I| A In SR
Wly..t right R/W Or llil, N 550', St./ & run E 139 Ft. Cnr or NIPS' of
visited Mr. and Mrs Earl sing t. ltd 21JU Ft W 135' S: 230':; lu"OB' for a paR then !aS N\\' ''i. liclns 3ID'.,
:Dobbs Wednesday night. then SEIy,\ per with 22 2JSD19 W. H. Noeel l et al 8.06 <:; Kt K 40 "'t. N KII.. :Kl 8 2J 1 A nt1V.\ drlfflj, 1710 I '

Mrs Earl Dobbs was honored Rd'. 160 I.'t Iho" -Com 856' a & 85 "'I. W 40 10'to 3997-Lot 5 of P.lk !II l

with a birthday dinner at Ely 200Ft I" Pull, 30' N of SW Cor of POD 23 t 22 Shirley Landrumet :In Snratoiia Het x'''
Ir E '. of Ll>t' NW'. N :2bO', E ::00' al 1UJ.8-) pnlt, | AVoodburn I IS ID
her home Sunday. Those en- Slit 3 O.n Acres 20 8'" James '\V. Plltrny, Jr a9.7S for POB. E 100', N 3188-1 lot being that 40(13( --rr>m at SK Cut

joying the occasion with her fiO'V Iota:, 8 BO1 port lying: 8 of Blk of NIIM:' of 1 SW'/i' A
were Mr. and Mrs. L. J.oU\ 2:1774"0': I 13n Ft Xf."n to FOR In Oil UK 31 In orl/* Town of run, N SID: Kt lo n.l
HI I':: Cnr ofSW' 86-485 i'J 8 23 Plunder Finance Cu. 34.33 Starke Ex N :24V: Ihpn'V' 150 ft S
kell Jr. and sons, Bruce and ', of !h\V L, & lie nt Torn,
24l.i I( Bnd K t S by 1130t I K 150 Ft
run W 115 Ft X 50 Hull M, In Nut % IHtV by Thomp- to ron 21 8 23 aV.. K. Tur, ">lp, J1. h" '1
10', 1': 1 II l S F't iI 5411.I ll'iin,,"* !oI., U run 10 on lion SI. ft l>eu In
Thompson Sheet I" I'OB 21 6 23 Joerphine I'II"rIOI\ 5.15 Ci.uprr! \ Ur 200', Stu OR BK 1S-1HU J. L. Andrew' 7.81):) /11.in-A-Coin' NK: ('1)1'
1:188--1.01: I. 2 or IIlkln i'l'lormiii, .SI. 11)01 I. of 'triii'f A \\'P.t tlne
Metal WorksWe 2 Sunny Acres, tlmn on Pftemun St, 3422- Lot 3. 4 of !sIi Sly 4!nr,1 to> i
ltlllud W'dch 5.7u
14,19 W 100', N 100' to Blk 1 Kt IM In J pnl3. cont, SKlv I S3'.
:3MO Lot, 10 sir. Hlk poniH Tom Llizl Hall .35Clarenu :; D Jnnoa ADD R. A. Oreen, Jr, et .al, 80.98 W !m'. N 82':! I K 11//)' _'
Speclvflza<<: 3 III Sunny Acres 53-Lot 10 of Blk 3234-Lot.* I. 3, 4 i.f t.. TOH ,h n......' prn"r
..n. Carrie Welsh S 8.a 1 In Nat William I Blk 2 In J D Jones, Slate/ Jr. ; 1
Heating & Air Con. .:'te! '; L"lq 7. 5,, 'I 8.I' M/D .. J.'eS,.. 13.02 ADD A. E. McKinney Jr. 12.1: .OH 4184-Com at S\V Cur,
I' III "I Hlk 3 In Hun- 2653-HVu\ of Lot 13 3227-Com at NW 'or of HK"' of 1 Sll't;
Alrr..1. ,, 1.US
B.rnu "I.
ditioning Systems m \'rp., !S/U of Blk 1 In Nat; of C.II A FlHV HtH, run N: I IS1 K 1 110' tip.
2415Cum' sit XI1 C..r9r William* S/D La Jenkins 18.00) run N 218.55 Ft. W to F-OH, N ft Par to
Installation & ServiceAll se S II degV, 2 59.-Lot II of Blk 1I2'4 ft for FOR w Bdry :IIIHI.mK .
I '50' I t""? ('r of Hit :3 t Nat Williams. "B/D' Loltlo Mae r. )'nuld. ..:9 run N 94.31 .'1. WlvI mo1:, s :inn.i8'( w
& ('r r (''.ulei 4416
Types Metal Work : > '' 1 I 15.11: Ft Sly 7* ft Kinto I'on 29 s 23
deg. W' n,, 'H72 -Com' at SW Cor I lolvi\: :; Ft to rot 3S 6 :53: 1J.\. Studallll' It. UKoinan 41l) --BPur 2 ..III' !.: ofNW
964.4021 961-8611 oil 1'0.4' !S n dug of IIoW'. of I KW'i. 334(1( -T'um at NK {',''r : Cor of HIS!; 'U ut .
w. t6' r" pnn run K 510 Kt for of Broadway A ('r.lOt. ION', run S on. 11! ..

for FOB. N 200 Ft, .* run N 105 Ft, r./\"' of St" 140', K
K 50 Ft, H 200 Ft K: B2M Ft H 103K :; !405'', N 134.R4', toW
W 50 Ft to PUB 21 t S3 Lotll Reynolds lUlU W 53'4'\ ft to line of Him I of
lU1-t.'o": at H\\' Cor POB 28 8 22 M. Alvarez 12.1M I SK'4v on HUH -"
n'X of NW'i\ I of HW'' 11281' to POH 31 6:2:: r II'J.1*. I t..1 h'2t .'11
& run 'K: on 'i lip"c 3:61Co'n .ut Inter. I II ill. -Ui.B 25.011 I I'': &
line 760 Ft for Purl of Nly bndiy of CrSt 410' s of N\v Cor

t Ill n N 300 Kt. KKm : & K Bndry of of SKI< : ', of Slay< : M
I' Kt, S: 3011 10'1. W dim,'. I$t run MvI 97.JI', S 73'. W

/ 100 Ft to POU 2- 8:3 Mary Lennon T.07 I Igo'. tor Poll. Kion' : l 0".03.> N 73':; to Hog9 H 314J24 Into It. .\IVHr.'x, Ii, II:4
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N 7V.:; w loo''' ,

2888 -N P3.73':; of H 5 75' to flee/ :i 8 33 Esther:. Walker -Com. at !oI\\' ('...r
XII 31I.:; 25' of W'4 ffSW'4 "Sander* 53.47 of NI0: '4 of SUIj!
i.r H11''i' Kx: 3244-1 lot 510 Kl, KW run, X 'too' tn "fin" ").
Il/W Kx: W OU' U. It l II y l In:3; ft N lay 8 n' to... Pt I llll'! /
!I'; MI.9'! 22 S 22 Delmer" William 3.32: 6 S Hnil !H uv Natworthy :N of "I/, So,. |line) ..
2888.AIi'("' of :V9J N ty "Miin- N !89.3':' to. K: W Hay.ea .
73 of !S : 5*..2.V can A W bv 1 Wnlntll, 1 S'l \\'|1'ly;| 637'
II of \\'v of 8W'. of St 11.'"" OR UK 8 to 14 1$1..,- imp. S

BW'4 I Kx R/W DuuOU Curntllua I'll 1 f.7J "S 8 23 Joseph F:. IllldPrbran 8333: 13.SIliH Kx:: Il/W 32: A U Claude \\'. (:.."illl| I II) a
BK 27 PR :503; 2'J B 23 Bait 3J9S:: -Lol 1 I. \ of ltll 122!)-.-NW'-: ', ,,f I SKI'
,J Jr. M al :3838, 5 III L T & COSSD i'fSK NM'; a "tim. of

2006- Com, nt N W Kt It/W Saul" Hmkrn' 8.H'JKd 1 1,: >4 .,f Nliliv: "
('"r of SW'i of .1:100-: -Blk 8 III I I. T & .of Hwy
301 li. >cHI
o 8\V'',. run' K! 320 Ft PUS S/ll Kx: a\\ \\' at dose. |In
for .it PUB then run Kx:, R': 73':; or Ixit I : Hunter 8 1)4) l "d Bunk 11 I'll.Mil '
8 100 Ft E 60 Ft N 3:102: -Lot* I A 2 .ufHlk .UN |I'II,>Min oil!
101) Ft W SO Kt to 7 In I. T & BK 17 I'll 503 '
\\ II NU"IJ I.
PUB 22: 8:1S: Mid Stat Home I Inr., 21Col .: COS I S/D KRV\ Mack Lane SKI Jr. et al ;11 ."
3897--Com at NW Cur 3320. -Lot' :I.l I nf BlkU 1J3 t--I li: w 839.9.I': :.V *
of HW'i' of SVV'. I In L T &, HMSD I I'll!' .*}' W i.f SW I'nrnf

inn a 180 Kt fora Mftta Harmon 8 7i NIP: : "run H !I')
POT then run K il'tf I II I mill i: :iro',
SAO Ft S 50 Ft W 3323 Lot :3 J i>r Ulk 101 I't (lit 41!| mlnV

200 r t N 50 Kt to 1.1 In L T Cud 3U..T! : X |I') ,tf,*

wa fII FOB Kx R/W 22 6 23 Rs1eigh 72DLmnl :: S'D Mctta. Harmon 8.7H: 11 mill W 330' to St
881)9) -Tom at NW Cor 3326E14" of Lot I IA nil 11'S I') dug|
of swti' of awii 3 of Rlk 14 In L i' fuji, K: ::11"' 811' to

run 8 210 ft, K\ 100 T A COS 8 D Joe ColeiiMn 4419' POrt Ux,: ll/w 33 8 12! 3.8H7 Jo LII'' Multi I :"' ',
3327 Lot 3 A W U'or
-. Ft for a PUB run 1 -
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to PUB 22 6 23 .. Ton ot.1 1 84 DI-BO. In
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run N 100 FtR 3329! E 88 r't nf Lot
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110 Ft for FOB. Par dew. oil 8K
Blk 41 In L. T. ACOS
23 PO 384 33 a 23 4 Bertha Green est. 911
run W 50 Kl, H l 169" till
Lilly k Lnnnl
1371--1 Lot In NW
Ft K 50 Ft N 100 Jackson
For to I'OB 23: I 23 H. U Hartley! 1.73 Salt Lot 2. :.1 .of Hick I. Cor of Lot 1 of Ilk
pennies a night you can enjoy 270S-Com at NB 'or Hlk 41 In U T. & :3 I "runs' 75' V A I II sbv
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LIGHTING W 87' for FOR 139! ,-Lot 3 of Rlk' S/D Tommy. J.Harrtenl.rook.

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Gang-bo! On with the show! Outdoor. electric<< lighting sets the 380.28, K! DO' to sIn L. Z. Baker 3.35 nf SK': 'i or NK'4 O
stage. PUB 22 6 23 Wilbur Rojal 3800 JJ9J-NI, of BIt IS Kx R'W ft Kx: Par

on patio, backyard pooLside or garden. Family cook-outs are picnics 3718 -1 t Lot In SB! In L T COS SID/ Ma. France Jenkins 5064 In N\". C"r I 159' 1'0'1' 33 6 32 H. L. Hartley 919

when meats and poultry are barbecued! to finger-lickin' perfection Cor of FH; "* of Nf: 'i 3491-Lot I of Blk ill I4J4--Com at NE Cor
on an of SW, being 100' In L T A COS !S/I! John H. Hick 1883 of !SWU., of :NK': : ', A\:
electric rotisserie. Electric skillets broilers and coflecmakers are so safe N&8by50'E... A 310:1-1.011I: :3 I of Blk run \\' 15 -'I S 7''ia; .

and easy to use No miua, no rUM just lots of fun for everyone! W 23 6 23 Mid State Homes ibo 4.35 48 In L T COS Kl fnr a POB then
2719-E" 3'. A of NK!, HID Sallle William. 23.S' W3"71 8 241 KtM
Place a few electric lights in tho right places and you'll have a big of Hti'i" of SW *' of : SI074 Ft N to
extra outdoors HW'i' Kx: 3.40 A 3108-Lot* i. :S of HlkI POB 31: 8 2J 2 Jauie W Patray Jr. :04;
room plua an added margin of eaicty, color magic, Deac OR 34-284 U' 2J I Hester Louise I In' L T COS 14.11-Com at NW Ci.r

tend dramatic beauty \In.. den by day. Graham .33 ADD A. E.. McKinney, Jr. 44 87 of NK'' of X"-'.
2750-\ 3 A I of SU!! of ItIlW"i of Lot 1 fBlk run K: 8H'' !H 345' to ,
See your 2*>ctncal contractor or light fixtures store now.THERE'S HB'i: 'of WH of 10 A S 30' of I s wide of Canal. ) for
OWL, 22. / 23S73 3 C. A. Crum 4.13 W'4 of Lot I Blk POB., cont a 131',
-Con at NB Cot! 10 L T cot! ADD Farmer' Supply 29.SJ W 118' to Canal.

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NB1!:;* of K\\" '.. run 14 In L. T. .* DOS :380' to PUB 33 1 23 Leota M. McQueen 8 i.
NO MATCH FORFLAMELEOS W 547', 8 12..' for ADD A. E. McKinney, Jr. 2458 4107-Ben .at NK for .

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IT'8 CHEAPER. 179.5', N 73.7I', B 18 i In U T. COS A run 8 381.1' w
TOOI 171.5' to POD S3 < SI Beatrice Coleman" 17.33 ADD Bill Klonde, :211.41 8KI.&' N 311*', 1C:

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of NWtj 2T. !! It J. F.. Keller Act. 11." 2 of Block 14 being
FLORIDA POWER S LIGHT COMPANY /866-Lot: 5 of Blk 3 53 Kt E A W by 100 MERRILL KDWAKDS
In Bradford Hat Ft N .A H In L T TAX COLLECTOR

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ASSORTED FLAVORS Towels 51./ Peaches.. 41./ DEEP SOUTH L LReg.
49 48-et. DIXIE HOME
49( 18-oz. DEEP SOUTH STRAWBERRY Reg. *

Chek Drinks Preserves 39 Tea Bags 39? Peanut Butter r r;.


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1 17 JAR 512o I

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Reg. 494 2lb. CRACKIN' GOOO
REG. 39* *'/2 CANS DELMONTE REG. 29* FREE STAMPS 25 Free Stomp I pkp, "* Cratkin' Good I.

I I Tuna Fish 3/1./ i M al/c2i491/ Fig Bars 391 No Coupon Necessary CheeseCurls39s s; "1

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14oz. CRACKIN'.GOOD OLD FASHION
REG. 2/49 303 CANS GREEN GIANT Reg 21*DIXIE DARLING Wiener, or Hamburger Frosted Fruit, Oatmeal, Macaroon, Choc ChIp 30 Free Starr.pi 1 pkg. TWIN PACK 25 Free Stamps pkg. 1 1-oz. Craekin'' Good

Swt. Peas 51./ Buns .i. 2/35/ Cookies 331, Potato Chip 59 Corn Chips 49* :. '

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ASTORSHORTENING BLUE OR WHITE ARROWDETERGENT
19-oz. DIXIE 20-o. HUNT'S 1

Cake'Mio..291 Catsup 3/89/ ? :

NO. I TALL CANS THRIFTY MAID 46-oz. HAWAIIAN .

CAN 6 9 F EvapMilk 8/1'1. Punch 3/15LB. 1'1. oX 4 9 F I;

SOUTHERN BISCUIT PLAIN OR NO. 303 CANS THRIFTY MAID CUT

S. R. Flour 39 Gr. Beans 61./ :..\


BRAND BONELESS U. S. CHOICE i
U. S. CHOICE W-D

Round Roast LB. 98 w Leq O' Lamb lB. 89?

U. S. CHOICE WeD BRAND BONELESS FULL CUT U. S. CHOICE SHOULDCRLamb "-

Round Steak u,98? SWIFT'S Roast. 59? '
U.-5. CHOICE W-D BRANDSirloin
U. S. CHOICE SHOULDER .
I Steak $109 PREMIUM '.
Lamb Chops LB 79
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U. S. CHOICE W-D BRANDTBone CANNED .
1 1 19 U. S CHOICE LAMB LOIN U. S. CHOICE LAMB

U. S. CHOICE W-D BRANDChuck Steak LB. HAM Chops' LB T Patties LB. 49?. ... t

Steak 691 U. S CHOICE LAMB U. S. CHOICE RIB LAMB :

U. S. CHOICE BONELESS l0Chops LB. 98 :
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Chuck Stew LB 89; $ 99
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2' 4 PILLSBURY OR BALLARD CANNED I.... CUP PALMETTO FARM HAM

Ground Stew . Can Ib. Biscuits 4/37/ Salad 59 : :

LEAN MEATY PORK NECK
BONELESS BOSTON BUTT PORK FRESH 2-LB. CUP SUPERBRAND COTTAGE I0-o. CUP PALMETTO FARM .
Roast ", 59 Bones LB. 19 1
Cheese 55 Dessert. 39
12-01. PKG. TARNOW GROUPER L S. SAVE $1.00 ?
491 l4-o. CUP PALMETTO FARMS POTATO I-LB OLD-FASHIONED DAISY
Franks 49x Fish a
REGULAR 69* 5-or PACKAGECopeiand: Salad 39, Cheese 59?
Sliced Ham 59 1 :

FRESH .

I FRESH FANCY GOLDEN BANTAM I CORN 10 'ARS 49 WATERMELON RED DELICIOUS 89; JUICY BELL PEPPERS LEMONS 5 -FOR. 39x 39?: I

U. S. NO. 1 .RED BLISS NEW
FRESH FIRM HEADS .__.._____..__ ____ ____ .
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EXTRA EXTRAS
CabbagE 2 HEADS Me Yz-GALLON THRIFTY MAID LO-CAL ; I dlGREEN_ .STAMPS ;ir, I 4 i GREEN'SIAM
1 II .la.' ;.a_ i oN[I.'. oN1/feLY' I 17AfT
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Orange Flounder Steaks. .I, "''''.' .Cakaooo e
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SUPERBRAND SHERBET OR ALL FLAVORS 10 oz. PKG. DIXIANA : EXTRA ;i EXTRA sI :
ICE CREAM '. . 49 BLACKEYE PEAS 5/M./ I EXTRA d7f GREEN N.NwwN.x STAMPS.. : I d!''!_GREEN!. STAMPS 1 ; I I .1'J,_GREEN STAMPS 1
ONE L NKO. I rll ON.WIK
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2-L8. BAG HASH BROWN 10-oz. PKG. DIXIANA WHOLE s Acre Peas : Franks ; Roost '1

POTATOES _. 3/$1'; BABY OKRA t 5/$1 U _____'_____OOO__._..TMNU_.,._.._,._.MAr_..._,._2ST_"_.s."___:U ___:_______aaoa__._.._THRU._.._...NN_MAY_am__11TH_Noe___.1/; I I l:__::_'______4OOO____TMftU_WIMH_,_MAY_Oil_.fl_28TH4T4MT _"_*_T__1;I N

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;2-LB BAG FROZEN /
'1 rr1I I I EXTRA! I 1 I 4.g...GREEN STAMPS I I I 4'1.'.GREEN STAMPS 1 I
3/1/ 1. CHOPPED SPINACH 61./
FRY POTATOES : \ :,?:WNCNAff. OX :. I fl-- TWO PMOfCftAcnrN' 1 1 ,
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MORTON $ l tI .000 TMNU MAV 2..rHT ; < .THRU..... MAV z ; OOOO...TMHU.. MAY... 2 TMT ;
BREAD DOUGH ; ; 49* GREEN BEANS 5/ 1. 1 _uu___>_*_M._WMM___a.T_'__._. _*._. _I__ __--.W. ___xNa.r1____M..u_1 U_____.._______ WIMM__Bl_lf_.."sa___.'.
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10-or. I
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TWIST 59* 1...CRJjH i : STAMPS 1 :
PEAS 5/$1/ .
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1 I AND ttAMDIN
MOU.C
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BLUE BONNET V I 'f PLOMKNTAir Freshner i .,... Pledge ... i "'h" Bug Bomb e
10-oz. PKG. ASTOR CHOPPED OR SPEARS ; ::::; MAY a. i 1o ty OOD THRU MAV 2M
000 THRU MAT 2 'X .DOD.TN".., II .ss ;
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SAVE e..BREAKSTONE'S /BY TILE CLOSE OF '
BUSINESS WEDNESDAY:

C H U C K LB SOUR CREAM.-T..39t- JL NE 1st. IN ORDER TO BE ELIGIBLE_ ? .. ,

SAVE 10.LI.LONGHORN CHEDDAR FOR PAYMENT. .._ .*/ .
MNRA.a SAVE 10C LBo CHEESE_.". ...59* ..

"- FOOD FAIR CmM V..I..CM.sI..g.sevLla.lARCeMRHIT ..it

RPAST STEAKS..tl! .t.. ....J..69C
t fi '1-l' $1'Jf 000 S)f' rinners

SUPERMARKETS't\ SHRIMP....?...........! .!ss.89!!! $
: HOMER E. PAGE, Doctor's Inlet, Fla....
-4 SAVE ..COoK QUIK BEEF CUBE MRS. CANDIDA CRUZ, Holly Hill, fla...
e1'w I STEAKS.\I\:.,. .u'ti.!e.r.! ; .$1t HELEN!: SUIT Grant, Fla... .
A : : [ MORRELL PRIDE PURE PORK DIANA GLENN, Brunswick, Ga...

:. lB SAUSAGE .__.III......g.;...:...4'91# MRS. G. C. LEE, DuPont, Ga... ,
; MRS. MILDRED MCCARTHY, Mt. Dora Fla..;
1p HELEN MILLER, Orlando, Fla.- ...><
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bA ROAST. .68 e' frefL
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R RIO S EACH BOSTON 101414117. 1 PARSER ie .
SAVE 25t ON S 41 CANS ((533 JM GRAY Jjrfrrri co;:: GIANT I.
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under. the dtioi'ttlon of VII. tors of Harold were t I If$tin, 'left nlllill lie redccmi'd, 1 ..... the KHUltu nf Adi'la T tlrnilv,

llnm A. Jokoln. Ilodeo Qtircnii Robby 1:lIlgh t. I nave <' inriliiMr" u. Inn ,ihi- |inii. .nj I Deceased,
A. RCV'j
IVIm. <;
lly S.i.j0 .. tin 1 IUII
t''ll'HL (
MfrlUud I In HIM" li rel'tIUrster' i.IX I.uhllo-ull. nil
fit
I Tut/ j'irdnni, Socret.iry,. and lI"IlI''ell1nulle.n! .
J''o"' :HH- ifiis' I III' lit fltilll In the lilH'ie.:' I bill I tiny. nl. May A. O. I'Mlil.,
1 MI..M Ann HmVkl Winners; Mr and Mrs Albert : :: : : : : I I 1
X41 \. : 5. < (let, nl ti.)| i null I ll'tli'i-, ,', d'nr|' III. THOMAS *: F-tKIICB

7 '"' ? ; : :; ISVING .AAAA4AaAAJAaAaAAAAAI I in wnno: of I the ovi.itw"'nUniit rind fumily of Jacksonvillevcie 1 i the. l I.'IM, MI.IH|. >' in, .\ ?.II'h' nl.IIIIKI ll> -Iconic II PlfiI'llt .'

r ,1 ; $n'Ti. M\\S,; ( Millll.s in the I hull nilnij; 141 bully iiftcrnonn vllil- .. I'.iUH' iihl.li IM, (hi'- illli ilai. .: d'i .\r. Temple' .\?".

/I / 1r FUN EiGINS! AT + 'I 1/' i rilwlM i : Ki li'''''il I Mil":d'I" .ind" bionn riding.i ;MtMiiln'i.i. "flh" I tois of Mr. "'mil Mrs.: John fIr .1 p Illll.', ',. 1'111" 51141k". 'I..r\oh'.
( liii.'ii this .mi I d.l "r May Thuiiidn' & I'lrriuAtty.
FOOD FAIt: .AT f 1 "'" Irr l i :"OJ iiin'iil i I'l'csi-nlivl Hi.MI I I fH-ll DefenhP, Unit WPIPmi i Ninth .,ind tanilly. I 'aII. Ai IWIHf "

1n TIES: LOW,? lOW\ lyM vfh Hi; rum:; ( ...,..t'rl Knrliiv" 'niBht'M hun' In /t'lkp, rare of /nnyeniprneiirips The! Nortli (tnmily will hold "('//1 XIEI.i:...' \ |i\HIIY. o.: l>r xv> :i r lUoO.S ..

+ .''" .it. I H 1'I.I.r, ,i'u, "in .'..11'' .,rts (I."iK' '. Kl/"i.
: p '") 'in I the ;M.I; / 'iieeo anrv.Kev. I the r family, ,lentnon./ Sunday. ,
rRi ESI SIE :; Ilrsdfurrl' ,1n 'u. t''Inhd.it S, 12, it l b'
III' A''"It." .lours! IiIPInPmdI'1'I: lOdK'ii': Ndi'innn of Sing 2!)> lit Tamp: 0'I.ena neAr t : 41 :: 24

THE; WIDE/ k. ';, I', ,il I i'plenum: under" tin' I Stiirko, dpllvorprt last WpUnesdiiv I high: I'1J.1"IIIHM.' .r--.

t>rrwur-0x191K:10f'r' ACTION! Rya lite-.'( Ion, of William) A. Joltoln., r nlnrht/ RllnlayIn": / l Sunday I I I' ', lilt: c lll\l' .I1 I It.I'* XII 1C M TO IIKKKVIti ; '

: : 1' Key i ,M.il" I'I I ll'IU'luM*. 1 < nights; service I l : Cub Scouts Enjoy .)lll> I Ol vrv.I.llIn'. .
'1 i r ;\I.unll') Ajines .It"| TII ,.> I Ifl" nuptlst Church whilpHPV. I In ,ri : I'HIII'I: ,,f.iHlllfX I fOI > l'' ITI.IMIIUlJ .
s .........,. 1 1ut.t: Flit.Ciirltim : .
trrAraa
ur n I: \ Band Field ., I
nlnry the, II
i worn Reginald/ Tnylor. jmstoiof Trip UlUll. 'Unrruaul111'1111 fulmar/ Vurnim, ,
pIus.. d.;; g li.1 I :ID I pe.:'form with "llolkln.v I the church was on vacation I' ; '.. .. ciii-i.il I nilAll -. Plulntirr,
= To O'Leno ) i
-- Camp oretini x nf the 'xtinv .r'
Ii: ,laltlon";; : unit "Hod River 1'KISSONs' = ,,,, ., VB.Wllmii.
,
I Inn II. Mil 'li. |I. -usl" J|. ar.huriv .. '
FREE V/ITH/ EVERY 1 ,a i ,1 \ During the "roni'urtuii \ Sunday ,dinner, gnat of Mr; | notirixl and "ini".1, ;, 'in .1. -. Vurnu. N
1 Cub ficonts of D'I1" 'I'I Pi-fiMidiint
po1: form.incus by the mii- and MA: -:'. Knrl, Mimlcy and' I' rile any .ilHlitm' .,,.r il'iiiiiiuvivhlih ., | I
I NliTH'K" : TO ."'PI .\ It
e PURCHASE! I "CiUlv enjoyed a trip! 1'1''I'I I, ""'')' Alai' h,"'> nuilnHi"aid r
SUPERMARKETS ," .1"' llM family worD Kov. I'rlrtll"; ; Nor- O'Lr-no astute In tin- offl''e. "t. tiniroimtv I "'011": ", .luyio v'lirnt- .
Camp near
1 ;1.,,' 5.blur( Cln n of fluid innn of Slurkc ami :Mr. and 1 jurlKi-, ..r Uriir.nl: ('"''" I Vim :Ire lu-ri-liy" notified tlmtn
i ; n li 'jli Hi-hool will have I und il.niRhUi. Sprlnizs The boys enjoyed I IhUcllllZ. Irloridn., In the milt. t fur 1'.r./ huN i I. Pa
; :; :Mis( I Henry Curu.so : ty ii 'iii tinUK' I ,, !
and flli.il iiifuiiiMt"ii. I In tln> otiiivfeniiiniMl
fibbing
tilling,
.
Mill cmcllt PXIMTlHPl, it: lil'.t.i I. 1"10..101.! tiuliln HXenlitiulnt |
Fq I I IHIKIHMK) / I
I ,. "f'nuri 1 ,mill I n lice .'//ld vttui
'i liin.-nl.o, '' evruinK .limn 0 ul :\tl'lI. Kvolyn Wattii of ..larkHoavllle plrnl'klnon:: the nll-dny iiiintliH fu ''in: tin. dot: I i "ii.' "u i-niiiiuil, I In Hiirvi' a ropy i 'Kiiiiir
of the oral' of ili.tnotii
fI publlrlll.u' ''
> tho Minnie ; outlriu annwi'i, 01., iili'ti.lliiK. ui (the
j 00fAJ p III. in Ajnei i vl.silpd last Thui-Bil.iy ". Kai'h plalm or ili'iiiiinilinuHt / .

1,'. '''' 1111,111"111111.. iif t\Ll''lnI11a1' with, 1 fl' Avory, Those PR'Url"Llnlf, ; In the, Im In willing, .I""1 ,IIIUMIHtatu I. "n"'I.I' liint' lion' h" Tli'iiim)Hi. t'liilntlCf'fi*, flerci30U3H" --. 1,. .
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ILl: .,,111 II'Cll.U'VIl'l'\ will trip were Joey Bnkkcn. nirlcv (Ihr 1,1 I,nri, or 1 iHHl'ioin' l ,. unit. 1 Inrnov
n nf iJVwV& < < Slate ami daughter.Mr. punt i-rn, c inllii-., if. 'i,1!, ,.Inlet. i I i 'I" ::0.. Triliuli'. AvcnutSurku :.
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I r \ 1 Ij, h'-M 1 Sunday nfloinimiii and :Mrs., Qnford Ilig- Proctor DlcklP O"l'kmnn'l Illlt.. InHlti'lll' ill'' ll'i: lilt", ",',3'.1 i'I\oHI<". und flu tlte.

I .i ".. r> .it 2 pm. In the MuiH' /Kinbolhim cntertnliu'/l' within Mike M-Pae. Petpr Novak I or It will hoeiiniD. voi 1'1| uueunl. ni'litlnil" ,In tin office of tileClark

W \ ,' Agnes J one's Audit()IttIJ1 outdoor.. \l.iiiboetu' Kalurd.iy' uf- and Mik.' Ruhr' Mrt.; I. 'Inn in, ,. Inw.IIAMIL10X 2R. l'ftR!' 'I nr" lirfiirn.nl' the I'h" 13th I'li-Mill/ day. Court of Junk mi i tl

\ \Vitli" the end l of the 81'lum ternoon for their aon-ln-law P"or'or., Den !MotherMs.: ; 0 dprll" : UITIIIleitltol' 1950: othcrwlne the wlleiratloit.

: "IMI l i nint\ .1 f1'<.w {wee It:i i\\ iIII' 1\ LyltScliinpll.. Rnjuying the T D 'kIl'nn, assistant Den !: ..T t III i... ,KMt.it.: nl l Hitlil. (t'untpliillitvlll' / lib la kit. ,

'. .." .Ill ( i ill. ,$ I OUtll.4 ,.III, I'.tJO.IIIK \- '\I"'IIllIn" wale" :Mi'. and'I Mrs ;A rot herMrs: H A Llir'pr-' ,.f .iHini.f t I II Ill! 'h, l I"" ,..IIK.-I, nn/ cunifiiiHi h)' youThU .. I
.N n..tI.- .li.ill In i.iiljllKliiiiJniiff .
void( ; in an.1 I ,' KIl'Mt' pnl.II"lnn" on r.lll "il.ii
A Y 11'1'11.1oudny' Lyle Sehinell : I'.iitKlitPrNiif man of Sjimmprfletrt. Nanry nr k..iiA. f> .f.,1. f*''c'hve<>k fur f.jm' unnn.*
e .s r : t uiK the ,..i-ninil, ,' l"llk"iM.i.ji'il \ :Mr.( and firs. IiIt.IDaoR1)COUNTY
lI" Jiifkionvlllp : end David: Proctor and Sheryl\ 1 TIIOII I IIi "I'liccci' I: ,.: i .ittlvi- e\ ik In the

l \ a tell, to the Pep., I Ic I (' r I.,> ;,nhnth'u)1( :,on.1'IlIlcl- Dei'k man I .\1 tin" 'ni.>'H HI lu\v TELKIIRAPH.:

'01." i plant mill "a I.mil ride! I'en. Betty Prcvntt and Danny Thp Den also en! loved i. i. n It -i 2llIN 19IID.Hat'J{ thin 17th flny of May

.'uivii I the St. .Johna .ilVL'iMr "-. \Vnteii. all of Lnwti-y Mr" trip to the zoo on Hlshwav\ : rHAKI.KM: A. hARRY

: *. DousliiH. ami ;Mrs.l..niHinils and, :Mrs" E. D. HinglnbothnmHid ,/: 101 Mnilh at their last (1"11| 'i in-: 1'1)1'I'1 i .11111.1:-" Clerk uf the Clr. nit CuurU

t'oiuth {gnule, ,' tuili'.il, sons and, Klmer" (Hlfjglnbotliiun. I (ritiiir' i'> 'MI hall. until Ry Heuluh! M. !Moody.Deputy I
meeting until fall. ,
:
1 Fnlovlnathis .'Oil II IM1" I'11)1411)1! Clerk
of Ihlsurclt Schmell will bilenvliiff >
Mr.
MoiKl.iy
enjoyed a trip
trip were Doivue NoelDonald 'lii r.: I'miiii.: nf (HIOAI.: )
7 i when they visitil, St.AiiKHtlne. the first of June for Hamilton. RickvJnckion JillIlM. 11. Kilell.1 Ili.ii.iMiil, 3/19 4t 6/2 I'I'FLORiDA

1 While I tlu-fp tilt Dilfofd./ S.' C wheio he will, :NO/ 'I'It"!': OK I'1/all\1'N' :

\ ;t .. Tit TlNG MtV /i.lu-n, IiPed,' thenMi i > I I11w ljc stationed, with tho 1W. Inca.. Ppfer NovikProctor Dirk"' TI M.I. "I'ln: .'.. .\ "I'I' ''II-I i i I
\ Joey B.TkkfiiRuhl. Mllc'l ED IN TICK MST.VTK; 0< l.
'" \, ,'\tl,>,in school old governor'sit )It., d1mel1In"/ ilinKfhti'rf.sill ',,! .
,t LEGS! Pickle Del'kmen. nni i .- Vlli |1'1.1'1'1':" :' i'VIMI :
? w?"+a yr I lyd ?1 iiiiHioiid, Spanish:-, Ian (nliMitVf lemain on here until af- :\flkffrRae.! ,tin hi>ri'liv,. nnt.ii.il' i n, iII 1

f r ; Market, Museum; ofYt .ur, Hi-lumj Is. out \I I II, ,t. II If'I"' I I' I IIllK

,..,' ,In In tin hid. \\ ill inti'
of
and .
'stpirl.i.Toys, other 1"n.I"m' jjuost 1 .
? .IIIIIII..t l i.f. HlUI "h. it.. III I I '!'i 1p O i
| !poiiils, of InUMfHt. Thi child ;Mrs. Fulfill! Klnbotham'; : .. .,
r '
'. Loon' n.ltnlltiil! In 'lit.: n THEATRE '
"" p I' |I"
Ill ,
I hiIllrun .
-i- -s.. t I ,'n hove been, studying! : about I wet'e Mrs.. K U. 1! !*? .:'''nlmth- :' du,1i.' "lul,l mirl.1.....or... 1 I'l.Iii>.IIn.iiuliih In.I. .. IhlH ,."...1'1. You ,mi. I......,.l,, -.in
_. .. .
<** <> p inntiiliMlllliln,, .''X' .il mini. '
i-\ and Juno
-
.1' 10114 parts" of Kliiriila in- am nad sons IligXinhothnni 1'iir llriiilfiiril. I mini* In I 'Inn,.1 I 1
"month from tin ilutt. nf Ihrfiat '
< Inline,' Wt;\ Aiiglislinp Ijpfoir, ). rrrt.
; ; .
,
,litibllriitliMl. .r t th.H nt'ti.. 7'
1 11'lngth; ,' hip.MA Mrs.: J lOnrl/ MuKley and, :Mrs.( 1 I M,1u., tU lllll'llr| | .11.. tlllH c",1'1, t Minivlmvk Showtime-Weekdays! '
fi.iniB" I t.iiry It.ihv, I ITIIUHS.
| I'Uln-
1 ; ,. lIarnsol'H\ : fifth grade' Joseph l.1)"r1 I i vl..L..1'rLln"s.. Hffi Vl'uin' | MM ,Iuh: ) |i- IMIIINI. If 'iinvoii. tan, \\lii \ :Sunday' 3.:00, Saturday 1

c students, plan a hip' next diy In Sturliu with :Mrs. K. fund, ,, the I'ltliin. n( UiU iiiirt' In H.I,
mlNOTII'K mil Unit' Hiil.l. ,. "III..In tn.liHliftlliiiiltl ., /
a
stf t a \\i-i-l 1 to the (riiiriil. i Tl mi's' V.IIlt/"lIlwe.I / : |O K "1'1'1' I
ivrnit n.it Htunil unrrvohrd.' Fill. SAT.
.
Tli .
: Vlrulnlii" inn uii 10),
I'lii'in' and .l.icKHuilvillc Jour" fill/ II Ill Jones of \\VillliiiiiHon' A |ii'II US I liiHilTMKIStiV!' .
,
I'n'-l I lllTIi e II.v III. :: 26. 27. 28
.,t ; .\ Y \ \\ :N; May
here Thursdaywith I :
Cu. visited "
,
> ti i .11.I.Nulprlse E 'k
.
Cl'AfJTiTlES, 'inn' '' 11'x1| VlrirluliiVim p
'I : ; IU.IIIIIII.V I'urlyMir. Mfr and :Mrs. Joseph Lnas. ii,,Iihl'rrbv" it.iiirinl. u IlialH i'lMlltt.lltlllC'. ." Double) Feature Program
KirHt (nilil, li.iitliin! mi 'itli d.1 "
.
LAST and l ;Mil., HndtHie Cr7 i "' eiiinilahil| fur. illvone, his loiirilirl ..f .M lay. A. U. I'lililTixiMAst ..
1 .
iiiriiinHt tutl
run cnli-rt.I lined l I with n nnrn"i V:I,t', and ;Mm.I Avory" Sl.ide ion. \ii iiro : & PIIK: '!.: The Suspense Is Kllllnl'I
( 11'.1).1 I I"
: 1.1.11 I ( x1.1)1 II ""I'| y el'! lull I Iiiifiier
.ry 1E I l iy : sT t ,f | '' birthday\ pnrty'ritur4Iir and family, visited, 1 l-'rlday, nr, "pIonUnit, ,1,1 'lh. rum. Atl'iitii'VH' at/ 1.lIw

'". i. hi MIIV 1 11)!) for Ihi'li.son, night In fun St. :Mary" with I'lnlnl. mi Ih,. "I'liiiniirr'H I. lI'linii. l G41 5/UH'1 JaHI s..MEUru:

, llffe W Kin-inn', on hiM l.'lth: birthday\ :Mr. and :MU" S. Vernon Sl.ide. ,. It.ilph.! I I.. TliiMium.' I'H.l: In I hi* 4IMHII. ..linlt&i.. *! I niirl Inml '
"I' S Illirltiiiiv Vn. I 17, liniiiitcI'm GARNERMERCOURI/
tl MM P1) qah .er.' 4M !'q 1 r J n 1 'i.iii'; "' were< ', < pl.iyr'l :'inil 'iiIn and! fn: ull V > l-'lm. ,.liln,. ."'I"j.:. ,mi.I, file. 'III.illUHllll .* |*,...r. llrnilfurfl' I inn.I'iurldu. '> ,

1r, rhr A t t't 4 asf t } tt I .hmi-nls wprr, H.'I. vl'd! to I Ihiiii .. \Vt''I""tI'lpHt, l l / / !' I df Mrs. I K.It. '' 1,1.1,1: .r, 1.1| | '.nllna. |III|| /
iii. i'etnl.of; Aiit 1 in T SANDRA
If" TONY
K W the I Coleman nii'l" .."n. Honnle, 'I" es'w" .- ,.I' tee "I".r, tilliliiiill : | _
r 1 a 1 1 1'1 1 -live jrui'xt( enjoying" : lluulVln., fin. (1MlTllT. I 1r
,
1 'I 11 I t "i-iirt n-ii'l'uril, I "finingKlnrM.i ; L
.d' I a t: "' .I i .ion wiih) I llonnip.I.liiil were Mr. unit :Mrs. JnmpHiJolcnmn / or : : Til I'ltlIIHTnltKAll :' DEE RANq osAI
?.n Vii-iiiri'" HIP 'I2I.dal : .. 8
IViir- .r1dlt..ri nf II'-'u. .i
"l ii-ilirnlli'vliiij: l'irly.Mi ; and family of .
| -r dear." Ian; If V"II full I. .
1 a 'lq Yatf ; Annn CIr" "enli'i't, ) .inii'il' mil. :Mr. and,' ;MID.. H..y I I'cl- ,1.,, ... liniKmuiii lv "ili.riniit; ivllll Ailil,,, T truly |1'\'. I .,il nlu'rrhy
.AI j r tintttli'il, \ nntl ri ; .' 4y, ''I I !to ,r home Hitiirdoy, iifttr- Inn/ ) anti tanuly Slit' Min; and'\ l, .,Inkra, ... TH'tM1... yon. .'tttv" .therrh fill u11)' chi h1. HI', .'. ..n,.,llal. ,
\! I i iii.inili.il In
II .
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' It +''taF K H..M, .'I t :21! !: with .1 ltlll'H,| IM11iitlrrinK 1 :Mis." II. K. Colemnn lie i '. "ii.iiililnli.i w lili li II,, \ niitv ,hM, ? .,.ikullir'tmi ..
/t'( p t1A POPTA3lE:> riATr!?) GRID FCICING ucsBMSCJ ,, uf ..l.irk,, .will" I"" III,\ iMluliIn' tin. iiffi.. ,.r Un I **
{ 1,1 l'"ty. following;:! HIP lnllghL"all\ i 1".1'1': : Iil1IiChl'U: : : m' KCHUKOlOlKllLED -
..
iT Itrudnn.lty l I'.nn' 4
JII'
I'fiiltity '''
, .M : : I ili'nionstr I itlon of t HIP prodin" I :Mr. and Mm. II. C.: I'.iown- "MIIII'II'" : l-'liiniiii, his( 1C doll. i I'Mlll' Illll> 111. till' I "."til', HUB .IIXl PANAVISI k' v (
,
. ,::1! GfiJLL: I i 1I n ,ihniints. wein, !wrvod luI hid' uf Jjek.w.v'illp' Were l"il: t, \ M.iy. I'll'. '' '>,n ki''. Kl"r lilii.. all" Ili., ill A UN/VCRe.L NICrUNe f .
. 1 SI-: M.I
NAi
4wh..J Illi-, UIMM| prcHUIll.lli ,, \Vi'-noin| / .' ., nlternoon visitor" I '.ili mini. > in ,1.11. .. rrmn IIn i d.'I.
I : ,',iirtit( i;,,iiiiI ,, of :M"\ and) :Mix" r.mldy", BlownI / ,I'll. ,il/I. or Tin-,, I'll, ,ill-' 1'iiiirti i'f. tin. flint. .|1/1/," / ,.,, / <>Il i tinUntil ''' PIUS .
,, !1': !" Il Ill III" I II'' 'mil."
ir on/y/ I The thl'I'.d"y rmliHj. over tho I /.(. 1 i\: !! ul..h, M I M"'h'' niii"t' I" I It ii >v i If,tnjr,, Ind, l i I.-I, /
''
aa1. 9Y141s \. "i',,.end, In '""will (if il. M-.nlIn\ t I'ulg'll: !HoKer II nilVIII"IH I li'lllllV' I'lllhIII "'" 1... ,Ill, |I"lllll." ..l I I'HHllll'll" HIM\ fx
". I : II I I.I TIll'IIMIH/
I I I I .
6 .
1 I /Hltmjf/ |pea, lliri. I r .Hlllll-- 'II, Ml' ll* Ill 1 AUOIE
I John/ \ t-njoyed /: '
Ploi r Ida; Sli.nff, + !lioys P! neil M I i ni.i r.i- ,iiiiiniirrI1' (

G $2.93 VALUE "',idi"l. Sunday, afternoon withi I rip H.ituiday, ilL MiildlpburK.Mrs. ; ', I'. 'N (Iluy' :N1)t; / //MURPHY
I Korolhy W.ilpm vltilpfi ,l in ii.tf.. I'iiili." |11.-nil| i .1 .*"1:1:
i i ''I\'d! of 401)' ) sped "i ten M.
I .; l MI' li ii i,"
Th" "roam, :sprinsoipil' by tile I recently In Maeelcniiv. with .

l 39t Value! H.in/re. / Hlrtpm rliib of the I'II her piirpnlN" Mr. and, :Mrs. A. Mil II I : 01- M'l'l, ,.ll' \ lll" 301
f I l Oil T. t \ i'ii: .11 i ilx1'
,
I '" 111-,1, | I) Unnrh was' held' nl I.. Rhohpi'K.!
1111.1fI.t'II'I' <', I'. v.
lh" Kiiincnd I >' I li nrpnii hcrpSlui.ti llelplnj In I'plehrntP, ;MmDoiothy ; .\; : I IS,. IM'IKKIIV" : : III \'INI : J r

.. I ( .::11 'I. U ( t[ tsi: I.i ,DII'Irvuson', \vn-4 on Wnteis birthday Sun- I"liiii I Mr."I It I I. Ill IIn Hi,. Inilili'i. .. DRIVEINOpen p
............ ....
; .i, 'If,', S h ,Ind,, t.ii 1 t 1111'; opening, perlorni-, ",''y welt Mr, Mini Mrs: Joy: i.r iite. ri.iinniMK. ,. i "I-IIli 1 ,UK.,

:. Sri' 'r, .' Kriiliv" "nlflit and/ the I VVntPlH and family' of J/,iek.sonvlllp. :IIIIH/: Ill.!. .''. HUM: : i i-rl" Ifli,I ',Him, ,,fur': n: I 7:00:
I.IX 'ilia I In II. |M-II.I III'I.I!
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. :;; :. APPROXIMATELY!( )!: 1 GALLON SIZE IN -, 'eliiHinK'' performance, Sunday P.ev and Mrs.. ,l.n: 'kWntei'M 'I'l,i., i..I, ''iri' lit. ,niiitiliiM, H 11/1, ./ Show Time 7:15:

f\\; \ 'il," : :, I CONTRASTING:. CC10SS. CANNOT LEAK!( lleilKiiiil I 1 ID. pxtend hlH L11+utk., and f.imllv of Hald- 1-i! .. ,ir iMfiiiiiiee. ,. III ,|I. ....,rip" ADMISSIONAdults : tscaNUCarI "k 1

' Hevet ; ,'. and, Mill( Koliin-. ti'.n ..r 'ih innii..i'iv., Hill' tin
Mrs
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AND KEEPS ICE FOR HOURS. In I'Veryonp" parllrlpntlnir win I I
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r\HF. TWIIXE: \IIKOKII COUNTY KI.KUKAPII.: NTAUKR. FLORID THURSDAY. MAY. >6. 1966
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,v.vv.vvvvvvyy1.v,1 worship/ 7::30 p m. Midweek Brow: sponl Smv ''ay. In Mandniui and family had as Sunday, OPEN HOUSE AS8KMIILY: 0. UUU IIIIOOKEK I1A1TIST ply pastor I hon pastor.\

piavoi' sPivice VVcine-.r.nv I ns uuests of! Mrs, Mar- afternoon guests Mr. and Mrs, Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Sapu\ HIWAY CHAPEL. Sunday School, 10 a. m. I.VTDRAN BAPTIST PINE LEVEL BAPTIST

{ Lake 7'30 um. Ev'ivoni1: nrl.ome KTirli) I I Ann Perloi' and chld-: DeWitt Crew' and children ol, will be hosts at Open Hous;, Weldon St. and Ralford Morning Worship, 11 a, m Sunday School. lOa. m.
Kingsley : Road. Sunday School 10 a.m. Training Union 6:30: m Sunday School, 10 a. In.
-R<.i' R L. TUB'flit.: Pasioi len L'Ule'! Stifle, Peeler" retuniad Ralfni Sunday :afternoon from 3:30: p. Morning Worship, 11 a. m.
rrnsoNALs: | : h;>'ml' with his grand- Mr and Mrs. O. W. Ebllm until 5:30:: at their lovely Morning: Worship, 11 a. m. Evening Worship 7:30. f ray- Training Union 7:00: p. m Morning Worship 11 a. m.

Mm. K. M. Nmrtoariiima Mr. and Mis. V. N. Qeiger paie.us to spend the summer\ of Lnie City. Mr. and Mrs. new home on Road 16. Evening Service, 7:30: p. m. er Meeting Wednesday, 7:30RA Evening Worship, 800.; Prayer Pre-Servicfs 1 Booster Band I

583-2081 of JRl'lt o.lv1le: wore 'tft SundRy M '.. F.lnJIIltig'sando Mi.sMiiv W O Ebllns and children ofMirnnopy. Everyone Is invltel to call Thursday Prayer :Meeting: 7:30: OA, and Sunbeams! every' Meeting. Wednesd ). '7:30p. : Young People, and Prayer ,:

vl 1tci I their, \ and Mr. and Mrs,, these hours. p.m. Young People's Meeting. other Thursday afternoon Service!, 6 p. m. Evening
Bursts of Mr.-i. J. :'1. Diacl- B'iliun.in duriiu m -Rev. R. E. Bergstrom!
................ .... 7:30: p.m.Leroy Worship. 7 p. m. Midweek
'.Tolh: 'i. W. 11. Thnmns. wh-1 Wnr.rn Kbllng! ;! and aughtei Mis. Ruth Tyler, Buddy Saturday Rev. James Temple pastor. Mutor.
Churih" Schedules 14'y.J. Hiival M"rH-a! met nt OLeno State Park and Walter Cadle all of Llghtaey, paator. Service. Wednesday. :30: p.
I I,, Christmas and Mi,', ant hR. illi'nt! in OLD.IN BAPTIST [Urookerl)
Klngsley Lake Baptist I Mrs. Oirv: : K.ift: :i.r en'i( ( ilhlnnof : \ tvit.i.is.t. Thursday and '!- Sundav! fcr a picnic Jacksonville and :'11'. and NEW CONGREGATIONAL BEULAII BAPTIST n-Rev. D. L. Ramsey, pas

church: Sunday School 9:45: J.uk'-oii\lile weSal'I'r.-: I cm In)'. :in1' and Mrs M T. Col'er Mrs. O. J. Undeihlll and children METHODIST REVIVAL Sunday School. 10 1'.. m. Sunday School 10 a. rn tor.

".rn.. :Morning worship. 11 a. day aiifit' of Mr nnj\:! \.LI' Vei :inn Conner who Is a of Jacksonville were Sunday were guests of the'r heldat Morning Worship, 11 a.. m :Morning Worship. 11 a. In CALVARY BAPTIST
Tmlnlnz, Union B:48: Carolina! nftprnoon' of :Mis J. M. and -VIi-s. Warren Revival services. will bo Training Union 7 m. EvenIng -
m. pm. W H Awier and:! son: Mickev.Filenns tudent at North 1 guests patent. Mr. p. I Training Union. 6:30: p. m
E.'Venlniiors11lp.. 8 p.m. Mid- : will be von.v' to Slat-, U. ivti'rned' home this I Bntd.tyMr Cadle Sunday. inc New Congregational Service 8 p. m. Rev. Evening Worship 7:30.: / Mil-! Sunday School 10 a. m.

week ..ra 'el' service Wednes- hem t'int! Miss :\[' 11.ItA'i wp'-'c' for summer vnutlm.Mis : :. Ani Mrs. R.. T. Smith Mrs. Marty Crosby was Methodist Church Rev.;May P. A.1 Lacy Ccnway. pastor. I \week! Prayor Service, Wecn! Morning Worship, 11 a. m.

day, 7:30: p.m. Choir practice Wood has been 111 Inre ITS'wipkend. n t,, Smith spntThir nerp Sunday evening guestsof transacting business in through May of Savannah 8. Ga. CHURCH OF GOD day 7'30 p. m.-. Rev, n L Training Union.' 6:30: p. m.
8:30 aflerninn In Green Mr and Mrs Jimmy Smith Gainesville Fiiday. Stephens Evening Service. 7:30.: Prayer
: pm. ) : ah" had dental! sureI.y sdnv : : Taggart pastor.NORTHSI3&E .
There111 be Training Su'urdsy morning In Cm'P ftprinira% us; Riiesf: of MI'II."n'11 nnl rhllrtrpn of Graham. Mr. nndi' Mrs. Lloyd Pad- will bring the message each 422 N. St. Clair St.. Starke. Meeting: Wednesday: '7:30: p.

Union study course this wee's Jacksonville and Is comalesIn | cottle end Hampton Mr. and Mrs. E.: J. Mickey and daughter Annette attended night at 1:80.JlEILBRONS: Sunday School 10 a. m. BAPTIST m -Rev. R. H. Butler, pastor.

euch night except Wednesday &Hf home. Bell.! of Pa'atka!: were Sunday dinner the Waters fimily reunion BAPTIST Worship Services 11 a. m and Located on uayieas: Hlih-! AIRPARK BAPTIST

SuppJy: Pastor. Jim RtgdonBenlah Mr. and Mis E M Norton 11and/ l\Irl.! Chest Wood Piiests of Mrs. Mary In! High Springs Sun- Sunday School 10 a. m. 7:30: p. m. YPE. Wednesday. way I ISM 225lat Ralford ROut
." i <' .' '! )h,"1 ," Baptist) Chmth* : nil c'nu\! :'h.ei; n-.p'i!. i l 1.1'.i iFlowe1 < >11'1' iis p : I day.Mrs. Morning( Worship. 11 a. m. I ISR 161 Services: Sund.x:! : : a. m.
Jauntily' ( School. 10 am.. Morning Shnw nl th" state Prl- finttirriav. evenlnar: CApt. II n.l RIIt4.: I' Pansy Richardson was Training Union, 6:30: p. m. Friday. 7:30: p. m,-Rev. L. S. School 10 a. m. Sunda Morning( Worship 11 a. m.

Worship 11 am. Train- nn, silurdav t mornlnz.Mi Miq. George Reese find baby, I Tialiunq: union! l Social attending to business: 'In Jacksonville Evening Service 7:30.: Mid- Williams, pa.stor.I'ENTACOSTL. Morning Worship 11 a. rrTiainl.iR Evening Service 7:30: p. m.

ins Urlon. 6-30: p.m. Evening: and :Mis U'Oine' ) W.LAWSOH'S who. have. Just. returned to ; Th youn; people, : and In- Thursday.Mrs. week Prayer Service, '7:30: p. HOLINESS: !; Union 6:39 p. m Prayer Meeting Wednesday! ,
and
"I', | I Delore Craig '7:30: m. Training Union,
j p.
mr-lates of Klmtslev Lake Kvtnln Service 7:30.
m. Wednesday -Troy Johnson Sunday School, 10 : !MidWeek \
a. m
Capt Tffse! will be leavingsoon hu eh .pllln 'ed a hamburger children of Jacksonville werjvisiting : pastor. Payer; Service Wedne. Friday '7:30: p. m. -Rev E. L.
Morning Worship, 11 a. m
MARKET or Viet Nam. I cinlfont! at the home of Mr. I Mr. and Mrs. Penny day. 7'30 -Hev Oenn! La-: Oriffls
/ MI"", .; :\. Binaiv I'Ill. :Mrs, ':I and :Mrs E. M. Norton last 1 Lyons Tauisdiy and Friday.Mr. Evangelistic Service. 7pm I' pastor.'i
T' M Norton\ and childrPii. Thursday an..1:: Mrs. A. F. Hale of SMYRNA.; !' MISSIONARY Midweek Service Tuesday

Cold Storage Grocery Store -.4.M 1 novo and Mri II II. i, evening.Bavless ,Jack.sor.vllle, Mrs. EUor.: BAPTIST CHURCH' 7:30: p. m. -Jack :Mesuitapustor. GLASS That'8 Our Business!

'r ." r-nr1 "tiirhtpr,, ,nr Broolc1 .'vvyvvvVvvv.VvVVVVv. Sapp! and] son, Joe and Re;. \033 W. Pratt St. Sunday .

1 1 Ti K'ny' Afternoon. B. T. Peavy. were dinner services: Sunday school 10( a. FIRST rUESB'fF.IU.\S "It ItS Glass: We Have It"
v. .,'1' Kla'-ilru.? formerly guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. N.I
m. Preaching 11 a. m. TrainIng Sunday School, 9 ::4'i'} a. m
r .71 J 1 .]Mivi'lc.' Is .-\v, II InM Hiway Nol man Sunday. I Union, 6:13: p. m. Evening Morning Woi-lnp: 11 a. in CALL! WHITE or VISIT

'1.-,: '!'j.ter.! ltI, llzzlt' W-j are sorry that! Jake Worship 7 p. m. Evetyone Youth Fellowship. (II I p. In FOR ANY GLASS NEED
;1.h'L: : Rv nirt. O. E. Crosby is or. our sick list this
Sapp I I welcome. Elder T. C. Wil Choir Practice Tliui-xlay, 7 JO We Design Modern Store Fronts
T HI k'y, of Jucksonilli week. 19 suffered a Lroke at I
IV VVVV.....V ... llama pastor. P. Rl
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!.. Mt.d 1 Mi" III: 'ii 11 1tI'{guc his horn., last week. I Just Mail) Us A Pattern Fo"
IUIi.SI.IY: ; ,: lAME I.tI"lI'41Sunday % ; .
I Irs last Mm. Felix Sapo
in c Mary Shipman will not be any Mr. ana LAURA BAPTIST Table: Tops
ciiindiiyM 'hlll t'h Sunday night ut Buy- were' supper guests! ot Mr. School. 9-15: a in
M m-. -'! :\Mrs) [.eolu.tltorn, <> less Iliv.iiy because of th' und Mrs Bud Alvuiez Satur- :I Sunday School, 9:45': a m :MornIng Worship 11 a ir. -

'n I 1'1'di-en! of Jacksonville Uacc'-ilu-cate! Ecirnon. Wo day nlzr.t.! They were all 'I Morning Worship, 1 il 1 !n. m Training Union, 0:1:I!ii p in I jSHEA'S\ GLASS CO-

\< te I Sunday guests of Mr.iMi have one senior! this year. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ray- Evening Worship 7:30: P. m Evening Woishlp '7:0.:: Midweek I : iI.
INC.
.u:...1! :\1F./ 0 Conner. Miss nnie Lou BI'<)wnlnJ; .\ mond Brown of WorthlnstOii 1 'Prayer Meeting Wednesday. Piayer Service, We !In s. ( )
7:30: :
I : P. -Rev.. Luther McGee -
n>'ej Hi'lc1. :! !!''h) of sstnltt We px''"rid congratulation} Springs. pastor. I II '.uv. 7'30. Choir rvu-'tii1-' i I 1313 N.W. 41h PI. Canes! > llle/ Fla. Phone FR2-4353

Friday: nlsht and Sat-I Inti I best wishes to ,nil the I__ p. m, -Rev. Jim Rlgd m. sup' ,

Let Us Prepare Your Beef and ur:'iv: a*, guest, of Dennis it-nlois of our county' I I

I ":' '. ;n.rd. 1 and lamllv Dm'1
ronjet: Vacation Bible
Pork For Your Deep Freezer.We <;i I'" 'iv',, "Ut.t of Mrs LIz. Jtoh'Julom\ begin on Jam .CHURCH

There will lw a /le StuiUng;! weie Mrs Edna 13th: at 0:30: In the evening. An investment in Your Future
will Pick-up and Untcher.: :' ,i:n': and clilIUio:i iiiulMi 1 Preuaialion day will be Sut-
Small Fe for Pick-up-1Iutl'herintr rows! $::1.110 per : TIK! :Mis. Bill NultP. all NEWS
uiduy flight June 11 ,
at 6:30: Ii.i7Ieiciii It i:
Head and Hide. HOles :3c per Ib.-Cleaned Weigt.!,
For Chill-cut and wruppiiv; ii"ic' per Ih. with p"p..r. I..: t t..! A' Hold! PIi.ILtt I so'ii !' I h'l.v mi 1 Kill between th1OKC.S L L'I1' IJLLI1J LLiULL'( [m

oJ i! \11, :fwd Mis .1"I.y PilJitt o' 3 through 16 enrolledfor SINCi AT LON BltUHJK _fs

\\'.. Sell Heef i find Pork for Home Free/en-: l' id) ,c' tan,; Sat,ndiv: af-! the school. If they need a There will be a singing at twiN heAD. I MM kuak *._

IIJ 111".11( 1''It' split 'nil head, ride please 218 Washington St. Long Bridge Baptist
981-8281(;
Phone
8 p.m. Friday, May 27, "...'"'.:.. ". ''...,.' '.' "Z
und :Mis Chai'es' Crew that The :r'. "...-.. .. ,. .. : .. : .,
niter '.
each Friday ,
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r' -= County 100 at line.the Bradford-Union 1 tl"L. ..AiH1n.hOVER THE SEAS


AREA BUSlf1ESS DIRECTORY( BAVLESS IIIWAY I I UIU/'f '1" j,


_. __ un. BAPTIST CHURCH "What K man .Thou maJeit' him I ti,> hove ihminivn/. olin lIlt works of/ (fly! ha/ld- I

.. : _'---- -' : -.= ;'- -- _. =. --:. n'--: :; -. ., ': .__-;: -.. ; _ _-... Sunday:: School 10 a. m I
====- -- --------- ---- Mo.nlnl( Worship, 11 a. m. ; Cod) has blessed,] man and given him tliw light and] }power to rule over hU I';

creation. As man hun needs, Coil has given him the ] and
Training Union. 6:30 p. m. knowledge ability 't
Air CondiUoninrlleatin'Heititv( At-iulirnv' LMHKSU'KAK) : __ __ _(Office Equipment
- Evening( Worship, '7:30.: Prayer to meet these needs 1'ictuivd lucre is only one of many such triumphs. .:..

RUSS PIKER POWELL'S Meeting, Wednesday, '7:30.: Our nation has paiticularly! teen birred Let us each Sunday attend :>
Cherry'sGainesville Hancock Office Rev. B. T Peuvy, pastor. i I ,:. .
Authorized Alrtejmp Beauty Academy \ ,woiship services and give thanks to oui Lord, who is so generous. ,
Heating & Air Conditioning :! Most Faohlonablt: FIRST METHODIST I
I.cixrn Profp-.sioa' IT: Your
METAL a Address For Ladles EQUIPMENTBmithCoronaAuanoed STARKE. I

lle..Mentlal SHEET- Commercial. Spare: Time Full or Part TimeI DItESSESSEITS.COAT; :< !' Sun ay.lay! 29: Church ...- '.r A

_lull list netsJ.InatltllatIonSerVICe I \\' & r.vr.MNr; / :' :' ri.v'-isr.s Dealer School. 9:43: a. m. Moinliu: :' S
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..tlM'EUNirVVER ClaryilrlorTotaUaAdding 11 ,
e Low Tuition Terms Worship a. m.

2702 N.E. 13th Dr. 219 N.W. 10th Ave. ACCBSnORIKS Machines Calculator Monday.OIay:\ 30: Girl

Galnet/llle 377 /0714 SALESSERVICE- RENTAL Scout meetings F.'llowslilo: ,
fouiiipii, III. :n .27nfJ( '
7 W t'niversltv, G.ilnusvillc SAVE TIME-dlscins jour rtqulrrmento Hall: Troop 605 3:15: p. m.

with DI flnt. Tioop 606 4:30: p. m. Troop I I6G1.
'UAI\: SAWS 328 N. Main St., Oaln svlPhnn > I
AUTO SALES&SEKVICI .\iOHII.K" ; UOMKS 5:30: D. mWc1neday I
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A. & Saw Junior Choir practice. 3:13: p.

JEEP & Mower Co. MUSTANG "AIN'T: & GLASS m. Youth Choir practice 4:30p. :

rs.giiii at 4 Wheel} Drivt Mobile Homes Inc. m. Prayer Meeting. 7 p. m.Thursday .
Joe Anderson, :Mgr. ,
Chance) Choir
p KAMilLEKFinest LIddell iyint & I : -

Homelile Chain Sawi. Nl'Wt""n: fiioemakerShvlino rehearsal 7:30: p. m. t
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. -" Finest; Economy O. Glass Co. _l
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SALES oIL :;1l'.Icl': : : .
Sale and Sertlc Riviera 1'IhiT n.n T ('lIeUCII

tcpalrs & I'arts. All Makes KYAM2E' : PAINT! STAKKKSunday:
CavalierOn'n
IlrR"'I)' Trudo I Sali-n Cipella Glass Mirror Blldln Door
Ridgway Motor Co I May 29 Sunday
Scrl.e
At c
payniei as low as $101'' Tub Enclosure, Show _
I School 9:45 a.m. Morning is

1142 r. Millil\ '22 N F: nh'" Timi.3Villp IS:,:O N W l.'ith: St 411 No.tl.fIn.'Ule 'DoomV inflows Awuliui. ,.. Worship 11 am.. aeimon .. I Tht IhuriH it Got i oppoiMri ot iKf| ill din
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'arprtVallpapci alto
Phone ;111118 i!
"What It :Means To Be Sav- ---- tu ,oild lor winding lh, b.wI,41.! tl H* Inefvi
0 lnt vlUe 372-843S: (; .: :S78-13I8 'runt Consultation.
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Jut Oft \\alJo !HondilsrKKTK ad." Training Union 0:15.: .: man ont ol Hit. tftnwtd fat mon toto p.d i
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116 N.W Sixteenth at Baccalaureate service, BUS rr I A5 Ihol k,i by I...., hit noi lib. ... W.llmrtIhit
B & G Motors Co. : : PUODUCTS) .11)10' vy'eles-Sc.asiterM: : !< .
I OAINE14VULE373- 191 auditorium, 8 p.m.MondaYYli'th I ,vg giowndmi IN Iho lovt of 604 no fovom- V

I t /IADLLI..AC4)i.IS.liitI1: .. ( Choir Practice ,r _ ;: .enhscuauiuyw.4hteeIlis.. .,
Streit's Bicycle Shcj I I : 4h tovoio and tho fioodoim whiiN es held ieI
BEKVICEPfletUon 7 Associational Sunday pi.
&V.l.JS!; 1. : INSIST THAT ALL VOUit: PKT: SERVICE p ui. -
HONDA MorORCYCLESt _ / tug d.. Clii liWO? I H'N. TkI.I... ...5
at
; : PltODtCIKAltE School mass meeting '
1 ONCKI.IK; :
...11.. of Used Carr I IIJe '4. .:? fern,..l5.l,K'I l'IIW.5*,he.Id suei i:
THE BL.'ir; FHl 1 uihinan A" iV-pd 8c4 '*" an Baptist Church 8 p.m. .
.'.ker; Un Uudilliu. Trades : IRENE'S 4' t _ A' Check I.,IS. i.k. if C. cut.,. ii hue.
Edwards Building Pin, ..all-BSA-ZunrutppVIoioii Wedn.." ay- Sunday School hvd elf s.d SN P.e.Iy kye.4 tSot. 5..w, 1'J

*UUI l N. W. 13lh Itl. 441 :yUi-s. ---Ghkfl Ac b:>rvl Poodle Salon Superintendent's cabinet meetIng ...,, H'. Meld ft k.1d 04 p.aope.! I.

rHUMh 37U-73IS Supply, Inc. BCHWINNHiCYCLDS 6 p.m. Prayer Meeting '7 ( IS. (S.d.. he.,.. 1 ala is. ,,,e .1..
POODLE GHOOU..QSPECI.LTY: .
- l.orksn.Mh. & Haf; Work. p.m. Church: Choir practice 8 I :? ffiu1 3 II,. o.N ..d d..Ile. ISs (''CS .41.5
>h!8 i 8. Main-372-4844 \
KI8 W. I'iiivcrsltAve." ,. I. hi ii S ,aid
p.m.Thursday ?
Pinna Performance Grooming and Supplies For Visitation 10 ;
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OAtNKSVILIJ' [ !:, FI..A .ni'Hdll nll7'7CI"OTOI'n'I.I'
SAAB All Breeds a.m. and 7pm, C"..,,

. (( :!>; Toy Stud ServicePuppk3 .
,':urii:( < : :AHIIOUSELECTRIC) { I I2ru.
Sale CATHOLIC
For ST. HOWARD'S
: BALLS! AND: .SKKXICK; \ / :
'I'll.I ,F STAKKE
O'O! S. Main(1uiInvil1
CLEAN USKH CARS CYCLE SHOP Sunday Mass. 9:15: a. m
., :372-0000
,1O31 S. Main Calneavill Motor Repair Co. Tuesday:! -,Novena and Benediction -, These Religious Messages Are Made Possible By The Following Spoiuori

Of li:rlncs\illi1. Inr. !':n':1'': (IN 1 1'IT.\C() ::' '! 7 p. m Inquiry Class

Phone 378-:.!lja; nI'rvrr Tclii lr.iVnNR: UCNSWILLIAMS 8 p. m.

-r Herttl'IIIn4t'rlfllng, / Thuisday and Friday Farmers Mutual Koch Drug Store PARTS SERVICE CO.
Nt-w and. Used 1 :M I o '1 .1 it r: v C: I. E i: s Mass. 7:30: a. in. ID'10! a. m I

Tropical\ Pontiac, nor.K C,MIMMIMI .> (iiipli-ti" Si'rvli'e .1 Part" Neon Signs, Inc. for Bra-,! and high scnool students -I ExchangeFecdsFertillzersSeed. 'YOlllt HIAI/HI: is nun OF STARKE

- Ni-w A' tried in.iililne.i In stock ). .. "\ fOM'KUN": () 630) N. T mple Avenue
- Inc. I OKI\ ) S. :Main lilneiville. ilIJC1I! rp'ltla Williams"Pl.ASTICN3ON Saturday Mass. 9:30: a. m
KJSJ Kinunclng Terms: Poultry t'ltll"lIIenl: | | Free 1 Delivery> Phon % I II Il Ph. 964-7721
}'hnn.72.8:1. : : \S Available. I SIGNS I'NICO TIRKH'.-\TTKK1KS: !'
TRUCK OMC CFXl'EPONTI"O I -Servlce--Maintenanci. !NOTII R or PI'I.II'\'flO'\l'\ Petroleum Prutlu.
S'H l N.\\'. Kill .\\e. FUR T\\ DEals:
.a0. N W 8th Ave. (nw".vUl.IIw22JR'1 !. I-\H'I EOITII'JJ'I'Santa ) :: n.llnp"vllI" 37S3GUOMOVE ( ErectionsAlteration I4.... ID-t.lll.. r. s.N(1TI'E .. ,I SLADE GAS Lawson Meat MarketAND
"Your Designs or Oar" : ( IS )IIKRRDV: OIVRNthai :: Bradford Abstract Co.
H. I.. Ration HID. holder
- Fe Tractor, () ItS 2720 N.E. 20th Way .)f the rullnwlnir ciirtlfli'ftl I and Appliance' Center COLD STORAGE
: hai fi.il| unlit I'lrlirii.ili-ii. for i 158 W. CALL STREET
CRANE Inc. Gainesville tax .ilftMl. tn be Ij.u.d thereon .
Distance Moving Ph. 96-1-6881 Starke. Fla. We SMM| 'lull/: In Custom Slaughtar-
Long nays 372-6006 Nltes 376-3964 Th. .'ert rllfli' t I. ntlnihcm,. am' -
LINCOLN: -:MKRCTRY Loral Drayage y..r. n' .1rn.incp.' tPi.. deecription lug, Cutting &: H rappingPrrpartHl -
FOftl) DeV/ITT
C. JONES
Authorized Sales & Service of the proparty. and th
ti>ruge Packing CrutlnK TILES & PAINT
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For' Freeze
nina."'. In whlrli it WAfl a..dan Edwards Grocery & Deep
:COO; K. University Gainesville Farm Tractor! & ImplementsFord I .. follows1. FUNEUAL HOMES
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. Phone 372-4251 Industrial :Machinery Shipping FLINTKOTE TILE <',.rt ItI'te, No. 74. Mkt. PHONE 044-8381

Crane's Mnyllnjl Aiitx-itoH. Yi-iir or In...imno. 11114. Starke Ph. 001-2000
:< Imports> I.ANf\nn\'JR\ :: 4 Wheel< Drive> FREE ESTIMATES CALL Floor Finishing Products I; I)....i.rltlim| of Pro\>i-itv. Ni> .
Volvo (Merredca-Bimz. ) SALKS' PARTS SERVICE HILL'S MOVING Dt'RALITK: PAINT 32DD-A" li! .K nil; 41 a of NW (CorI G Groceries Meats t -Feed* Keystone!' Heiirhts! -
FIAT-H1LLMAN I'ot I :NK'< ut SW"', H 1ST. 8 4? Gas & Oil r..1l tp.. JI
4)88) N W. Sixth Gainesville, GYM; FINISH: I df or. JO1 1 K ulnnif "SI Hi). 239 Ph. 4 73-3: ITS \\ i i Y & ;
",_01 N. Main Oilncsvllle & Storage, Inc. Tenney Tile & Paint 37;', N U71. N\Vly i-( ti> F01OR I'h. 964-2182 Stnrke Fla.
31 !01! R-if-i:
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. Phone 372-4373\ Ph"r7f12: ." IS 3310; SY.tI./ .. H<1. 2222 NW. 6th St. I :NUIIIA I lii whlih t>nfle
OAln".wl11e24211:\ Gainesville 373-1302 I..n'.. Loudon's Merle Norman Hurst Shell Service
. ,C: \ 1/1"/ -' \ 'tTI'I'I.lE': .. ,I All of .*lil J Pipilv belnic It. U.S. 301 NORTH
thiC. .*..iinty 1 ol ntlfurcl., !bitd ( ,\Tn, IIlTRST
7VUTOSALVAOE 1 :\1l''HC: TRAVEL Dr Floi'lda.'.. Cosmetic Studio & Beauty Shoo Hwy. :tOt{ & 100 Ph. 961-6111 Ph. 909-3801 Starke, Fla.
'John & Paris Inc. I'nlen BUI'h oertlflcata or 'er.uirI'to. 117 S. Thompson Ph. 0(11-3081
on LIPHAM MUSICCo. House of Travel .' .h..l. .., r.u.l.nned, .. at-- If Your Hair Iin't Becoming( To

Paul's Auto Salvage I'or'Vnit.tg...... law I Ih'' property You-You Should Be Coming To l''".
Line of
Complete
Inc. INC.= riti-d 'In urh certlflc> LACY CONWAY Charley E. Johns
:We Buy WrerkM (CRT At flEF.JrlSTS, AIRLINES''! will h.. e.IJ to til. /Mifliot bid
.ilei .,- the rnart Imuw1 door on,
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TOP> PRICES rERTll.IZIItSfn'wctlcl'Iesb'et : VAL !LIPHAM STEAMSHlPt the fll,.t ilontluy. In Month of Starke 66" ServiceBILL American Service Station Agency

-:'All Make & Model Used R. ".r! Ju".. 1'H*, which I I. <11... 61h day.
ParU SUPPOONWe PI\NOS:' OItG.\liS-nRI'\I: : llotrH! Car R.ntiri!'!, ut Jun., l 1544.< EDWARDSBrake and Bus Station 131 S. Walnut Ph. ""' -0:01OESF.R.L
Rent Pertlllzer Spreaders' tinted thin 2nd -lay. of Mjy.
Guitars And Amplifier nVSlTKANCE
.. 6:00
Teletype 8 rvlc We Will Weekdays 8:30 to : Service're4 Balances
*' SHEET MUSICiulnrtillle ISIS. lacy Conway living", !Service Nobody But Nobody' Undcnellii
224:! NW 8th AvePhoNE
rind Any Part For You.aaloetvlUe 'n 01 6 "'S ChARLES: A. P.\HllY I \heel AII&nlll..nten
IiiHtrurtlun Ph.) OOI-4U31 R. John
I Charley Agencyp.
i 376-451S : 373-0474 Clark. of Circuit Court of | N. Temple Ph. 96..IIKHI(
( Shopping (Voter 3415 W. University Ave. Bradford County, Floridatl

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EN I ITHURSDAY.
THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH .



KEYSTONE HEIGHTS --- MELROSE LAKE GENEVA ;


MAY. 26. 1988 STAUKK.: FIXIMD.\
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KEYSTONE Keystone LionsProminent I Joyce David Powell Sunderland, I KHHS Graduation( Set:


Wed May 21st

HIGHLIGHTS i At State Meet !Mlsi Joyce Aiig-u.st.i Powell,, I For Wednesday June 1 :.4

grnndilniiKhtcr of Mr. and, :Afrs! ,. I ,

On Saturday evening h: John T. Phillips, became tha
I5y Mary( Schacfcr bride( of David Mark Sunderland.
31. Chmllo McGlave's
vear asDlstr'rt
I The annual nacv.ilmirpnlr
son of Mr. and Mrs. .
'
I
Hume I7.'M127MONS : Cloves: nov of Florldii :
Richard T Sunderlaml, Jr. Sermon for the I IS memhi' ..
: : ( on .
i Ions, 35-L. end in a blaze of lIel'ltJIIIII1'
Saturday' afternoon, May 21,, Koy.stone ;
of slorv the.
at Oovernor'
at 2 o'clock. I School IU'11duatlnlol'Ia\ -. ,n',
; HSII FRY \ spec+l.-ely. Banquet held In Jacksonville : ]Dr. Albert C. Holt officiated 1 06 will be held Sunda i

At a meeting: of the Key- I All female relatives of the Coliseum! This alsomark.id at the ceremony In the Com night at 8 o'clock >M si An ,
Btone Heights Lions Club on local Lions arc cordially Invited fie end of the 1968 munity Church of Keystone ne's Episcopal Chuvrii T.

May 23, plans were made tot, to attend the Uonel'at Florida Lions! Stat! Convention HI'IA'h tH, sermon will be d'I1'pc1, m

a fl."h frv to be held at Key- meetlniz, and become members since the Convention The bride, g\ven\ In marriage Rev William WorsUil.; recto:
tone Beach June vns held! In Jacksonville. of Anne'sCommencement
Saturday, by her Rrandfather, wore n St.
4. starting: at 5 p. m. Pro- KINDKROARTENGRAnr.vno.v Charlie was the host Oovernor. 'Impel length gown of Chant exe' "I*

creels will go to the American which was both an honoi lace over bridal taffetn. The will be held Wednesdav nl-iii:

Cancer Society an a Memorial Mrs. Louise Heskett Is taking and a responslbllit" aueitspeaker ba qlle\\ bodice, featured a Sabrlna June 1. nt B o'rlork! 'in r -
to Mrs. Ronnie Hartfenbsrgli vepilstratlons now for the for the( evenlnwa 1DI' neckline anil long tapered new hluh! school 'jymnasium

and :Mrs. Lu Nelson fall term" of her Kindergar Walter H. Campbell, sleeves. The front of the Jesse P. Tynes, Clay Count-
TEE1NO: ; OFF ten You may see her anv president" of Lions International full skirt was enhanced with Superintendent of Publl

On May 19, eight member- morning! at St. William's from Miami Beach.Ke.stone lealloped t tiers and nn overlay Instruction, will deliver th

of tlrs Keystone Women's Recreation Hall, until!] June HeiKhtsas well' >'{ lace, formed! cascade:: olbni commencement address
1 Oolflnfr Association went to 10. After June 10. cail her at. represented at the Convention. Finalists Named In Essay Contest k tiers terminating in a Mils Jane McMurtry. CiA

the Ocila Country Club] for a her home. 473-4974. Ilon and Llonellas who : full rliapel length train A Salutatorlnn: will speak or

" Golf-Around for nine hole"r Or ?uation Exercises! fo" attended! all or part of th" scalloped crown of bridal "The American Illnnway,' .

r Those who attended included I Mrs. .He.-kett's; current class convention Included Governor Sponsored By Clay Electric pearls' secured her bniiffant white Miss. Patricia Shnimhnessy. '

: Mrs Gay Livingston, Mrs will take place at the Keyston Charlie and Kitty MeOlnve. veil of illusion, nnd she carried( Valedictorian, will ,J line ;McMurtrySain :
James Chesslngton, Mrs. F!! School] on the evening; of r Georze and IuelllMaisn a cascade bouquet of Fugilchrysanthemums. speak' on, "Happiness Out\ !\ tutorlanlilrln
I F. Alken. Mrs Ed Dwyer June S, at 7:30: I p. m. Joe, anr:! Helen Wl'dk.John Llmln Sue Jones 17, of ality. nnd apponrnni-e. GoaL" I

i Mrs Marshall Gallap. Mr FIRE: DFPT. NOTES!I and Gertrude! Beilder.Georre : Sunta Fc High School, and Martin\ announced that the :Misa Kay Sunderland/ sister Award will bo given to tlv I, \ f'lu-ndi1" I.inrla An- Laura Buff Danny By1.

Lon Rushton, Mrs Whitney The regular monthly meeting I nnd Mary K. Schi- Kdward! Clark Jr., 15, of Orange two winners would leave from of the groom, was! maid of Valedictorian' the S-iIutator' Ihuiu'. .iiui "N'ni' ni'.i Viilltii'-", Klth'lrOlavp: De! >: 'is Muriliee. -

\V 'miln. aiii. Mrs. Gordon of the Keystone Heights i pffer, Huntley. Jr.. "lWarren. l

Ie. Among the winners were Volunt" r Fire Department' : Martin and He'en ,t us winners of Clay Electric airline will for thn nation's capital. !town of mint green: silk chiffron have made highest\ achievements Of.' i, ,, ""mll"!., lit tlt,,. Kill Don Nnrit., JamcThios -

Mis. :Marshall Gallop airl' was! :held on May 11, havln-. I Ramos, Dick and Dee Fpencc-(, Cooperative's essay held contest lastThursday They other join winners approximately, and will: over taffeta.' The empire In Math, SoU-iire. Jmi'nallsm ( '-- ,i! in i I .1, i : ](,;Mil' i B.iiuT., : ( and Jackie FoxSincere
in final Judging ,900 hnclii-e embroidered!
with
Thomas Hubert and Np.I 1 was ,
Mrs. Whitney Wyman. Tyhv been postponed! from May 3 Athletl'-s \
and The'-'
In I spend an exciting four d.iys
night Keystone :
yellow nnd' gold flowers! and I
Laurel
White and ThclmaBunco
for low because of the elections
putts were Mrs
will '
also
be
"our in action. an Actlvlti"-
Heights. They are pictured! :seeing government hc
wore a niutrlimur
open I I
Insston: and Mrs Lee.Sunday's Llv-I' A film on Fire Protection Tommy t111ran.De'y \ ." will be chaperoned I Award II
Henderson. Marshall above with E. T. Martini They erown pill box heniJplece: with 1 1Ot'1E'r I THUMBSWell
Shot-nun was hown by Dick Sunder- manaaei of Clay Electric.Doth by A. .K. (Bud") Anthony, circular: veil. Her colonialbouquet I honor !graduates' Iii I
hole TIest'! Ball Tournament land, and! Chief Roy T.Vre reported Donaldson.! Frank Nonnev.
of an,1public t
Jr. director use
addition\
power : to Misses Shau.hnt
!
students had reachedtin WHS of mint green
"t f. the Keystone Heights I a total I of 10 fires extinguished and part-time Kevstoners.Fiank relations for Clay Klectrlc. : .> I
with matching ssy and McMurtry. tire Pi-
!; t\nnls\ on the b.tais of ex- chrysanthemums!
and Louise H.idley. I
Country Club saw 40 playerparticipating. 1 during April and .
Thete. was a three ambulance] calls mad9.Huntley who spend:! their summeis!! B1; says concerning' rural electric ribbon
I in I Contest runners-up receiving : Bl'ldpllmlllds'rr9\ RllzabcthncTJosn lemon :
(eunppiiitlvrs, nnl : theli- place on White Sands
.
thrre-waj- for 30 low net Redfearn Jr. reported .
Lak", an oral quiz with four other U.S. Savings: IJomH were: of I.nke City, and lIrlslIlarA'lu'rt matching: ribbon.
Involving three couples: Mr,1.1 he had secured per
finalists Judging was! based Prjrgy Jayne Vincent Sylvia :\ Pater. They wore Larry Lln.sln host
Bill Smith and Clarenc1Porh mission from Councilman HUhlljzht of the( Convention and Bill Martin of was mim I
on knowledge, !: of) subject: Kirbcy, floor lejigth sheath gowns of and ushers wore Onrv Hliinnd .<.
:Mrs. Herb Lonth and Ocorze laRue to use the was the Saturday nlternoonparade. Santa Fe I 11/1 hrhool!'\ And lemon silk
I speaking ability, poise, person- /; yellow chiffon over: Bruee Sundcrland. hrnthei
Ed Dwer. and Mrs Ed Dwyer City Park for fire department I, The Kevstone Lions David Brnntley of ;\11'11'0141.1 summer peau. A pastel: ] multicolored of the ,
and Herb Louth. activities on May 3n. Attention entered' a float this year, nni"nouH Molrose; High. embroidered cumm<>r- groom

The playing was followed was called to the Fir* hove! won some sort OES inrlii sue Is the daughter i bund circled\ the midriff of After a wedding!, / trip toDaytonn

by a social hour and a cov- College! for May 16 throusi: of recognition, had it nof Chapter of Mr. ami :Sirs. Alton Jones, I the bodice, forming a Inng I will Beach, ; Ihn rnnplc',
ered-di. dinner.MEETINO 20. All Second: Class! Firemen been for n sudclPn shower Honors Mothers Al.-ichuii; PMwnrd is the son of bark, panel./ They wore matching re.Hkle nc.ir! Fort Ituckcr.Ala. .

SWITCHED I will be expected to attend. which lasted 5 minutes luvas Mr.\ ami, Mrs! Rdwari'< Clark, open crown: pill' box headpieces

Prcsilrnt Helen Wildt! an- I Secretary Jack Haberstroh th<; parade was llnln? uploni Mothe-s of the chapterwcie Sr., Orange Park. with circular veils, and
,. reported that I. D. ra--ds hal enough to poil th- honol'edIt/ the regular curried crescent: bouquets of
nouiiues! :a change In the Juno
been prepared and distributed. ]looks of the float nnd HT meetingof the DES Chapter I NEWS NOTES
meeting ate of the Lionellas
post'imp* of the paitlcipants on Mny 17. Upon arrival, all I
They/ will meet on Thursday
) IIFHK: : 'N THEREAfter The flout featurpd the KpvI members were presented a By HelenCOMMfNITY .:ltlm
evenlnn.! June 2. rather: than graduating; fiom. Additional I st.one.: Kops and! tht-lr tall flower, while or red, at the NICEBelote Doxie! '
June the reason oeing the Well :
Intellinence TrainIng linnie Kop IncludeI! lonWlldf. door.
lack of chairs in the Clay Best
nt Fort Knox Ky. Pvt. Beldler. Srhfcffer.Uedfenrn. Worthy Matron Dorothy ; Clll'KCIl .
Electric conference! room, I done
Alfred D. Huff has recently! ( :Mllliean. Donaldson. Koons annoiinre.il that one Class The closing luncheon ant Wishes to the
their recular] meetin-r Pla'e'l( enterd Officers Candidate! Sppare-Thomas., Rnmo' mother would be chosen to meeting of the church Women class ol '661

It sems that Clay School In Fort Knox for 13 A nr1tA'SR! who WTP constantly represent nil mothers of the of wag held on May in vlierIContlnued Continue 1966 Grads...
hat lent their chairs to th2:
weeks He will then be transferred I liavtn th'lr enrdBBm chapter' nnd the name drawn I I On Pa-si-: 1BIKEYSTONE I
Keystone School for thn' to Aberdeen Provinsr <5 Interrupted bv the PS- for this honor waMrs.. Sara 1966 your winning
dedication! of the new Oymn-
Ground* In Maryland for ten I "Rne of their prisoner convli* I McDonald She was escorted ways.
'.', ..ailum-.and for thaGxadu*.j! East, and presented,t
weeks! for completion of 01'4nancf' Hubert White, nnd:! hli to the
lion exercises, next Monday I Course and willgraduate Liirll! Massa. The 1"101'1 with a gift from the chapter, Drivc-In Theatre
and Wednesday evenings: re-
{ from the Worthy
In October Pvt I were" assisted In < after !greeting's

I Huff, the son of Mr. and Mrs. their! prisoner! bv DPWBV Henderson Matron and four Past Matrons. )" 1'1., Sal.-:May 27, 2H
Goezman Bros.
Alfred Huff of stnrke. 1 U on hortebnrls.: Dewpy .

married to the former Sandra I mid! an attrncttv younThorse'voman. I All members were given an /'
What Garage
This man Fay Forth, daughter of Mr,. I Barbara Bryant amusing gift! in the form of Happened
Florence Forth of Keystone1: rode In front of thr! 1 a tiny mitten to he used as it Water
I To 1'. o. i:<"\ : i71'iu.nc Keystone
Jane?
book murk. They were the Baby
Heights! Keystone unit, and! cnnle-!
can help Mr. and Mrs. Dick 8'1111'1'-' the Keystone stnndardi I handiwork of the Worthy ;Matron. 'm'JiolKoyslnne : :: Works Co., Inc.

land have had a number of Llone'lm rode In a rnnvertlWe Hette )D.-ivis Joan
you/ house euests who came: for and B beach-buirsy I.IkI/ I Refreshments were served Crawford/ rights; J-'Jsi. Phunt> 17:1.1 fj;)I

the wedding of their son, David the other units, the Kevston" downstairs by thf hostesses.! K .VHlonc IIt.iQ II o Jovce Powell on Saturday. lion and! Jonplla.! toss"1eanrtv ; The next itwtinj? will beheld ,
tor eempUt protection, you ___ __ _
I 21. Arriving! on nnd to the June 7. u
need Inturanc that !I. adaptable VTay eum youner :(-
to changing protection I Thursday were Mrs. Sunder-' -tp vtators.Llo.i .

need.. That't what you oel 1 land's mother M"!!. Thomas Massa, who owns a
In .very Gulf life policy with H. Dunn: Mr. mof'amerlt! vns sent
Adapt-A-Plan., For example.a sundprland"1
mortgage policy can be moth PI'. Mrs. R. phead:! t'> get' the !parade! on I
adopted to provide retirement land Sr ; and two of his sis I film N tllrally. TV cameramen !
Income Atk this friendly Gulf ters. Mlsi Ruth Sun-'erlan-l. i! were' on hand! nmin-, I Luck to you.

life Repreientative about itl and !Mlsi\ Mildred underland the ether (''amprR-hll'T's!, an-1

find his!! aunt. Mri., Frank'' on !Ritnrdnv! evenlnat nftpr
I
Lattomus. all of Wilmington.Del. : the banquet the Lions, an1 Saf-Gas
Keystone
On RatuHnv eventm. the!' wives" gathered! In th"MeOlnve' What a busy time of year'Aloivs

Edwin Kehr. a former Kevtoner. "- hotel iltp\ to w with nil of the 1 irwuUily l- t Co.

< arrived! from lakp-I them eives' on TV ftpem: scheduled: activities: at the Drugs

land. All of the g-iests rtenarted that "v the time I.hl' Keystone rnd of the school y ar. many I
for their( icspcctlve unit zot to the reviewIn1 grotiijt' and classes. have been l 1'. o. Hox :)jjsKryslonv :) i 1'. o. iiox <'i:1104;:

homes Mondav. ? '(anj. the TV mnn ha'' rnaklnjj field trips The members
Ili-iuhls "'Ia.W .
STAMPS; ANYONE:? I closed ihop. So who :rot. o" of the PAD das'. ''* aivlVIr. Keystone. lloiuhls l-'l.i.

Hav- you ever bou :ht posttage Television': Lion GeorzeMa Jickhon made. two trip.' ,

: stamps from a vending i : 'sa. nnd his mr-ve| ram to G'ncsville' trj observe

machine in a drug: store or era! Everyone was amuse1wlTn ourt' p''o'edllres. On Mondav I
I'I'I
'epartment store? Then you he sninpert! at h'', wlf"'' I they visited! circuit court IIn''
HIJMIJJYPhone\ 'U.Ht'toAILS ,Jr_ know that you always lo-s'' "So .<.11!! TTTAT to GrezorPeck1' : on W"rtnpsday..rafflc\ rr>url. '

473-4310 two or tlii-ee cents In the deal Lucille Mai\ : a an'* A sreat deal was learned liv

Ru. KMKivyitDne After all, vendors have lo Klttv Mr-Olave had! had thel' (.he. real experience of vl Itln- j

Heights, Hl: 'I' make a living But row yoj photo taken for the ne, snapers i cmirt In session.!

can get your stamps from a at a Cnn 'er-Drlv On May 19. the 7th nrajTiade "-
klek-off break rut som a Uip to Slx-Oun Terrltory AD1Jf!

,,-eks before, with none oth"' with their sponsor:!

than Oreeorv pp>-k. I lorOeorae virs. Walker, and chaperones: (

had been a little! tire' Mr. Klrtlc.v. Mr. SharoJones. '

Tellers of heurlng about It. bppirently ; Mrs. Guernsey, Mr1Vcwnian :*
Our
: and Mrs. Hci.tln

Governor Charlie cum tall The grndila sky iHeeemsrt ; t I IM IN In
home with a fine portabl to be the moft excltn I

Can Be television set. the aift of D's< i:art of the trip, but all
trlct :35-L lions HPas alo' 'njov"'d !seeing' a repllra ofhe

mRrehonorarv! eltl/en o'Jaeksoi orl! west The rli,s made

Ille. All In all It wa- quirk' stop nt Silver Sprint

As Close a flnp convention. ind th 'or a picnic lunch and severa'

Llon are looking:; :ahead t' nolc the !glass. bottom boat

1967 in Miami.U rip.; The freshman class; 1ilannln 1-

-? a similar trip for

As Your "ridav.. May 27.
Office :Machln
S Post The S'.ienee Club nd! blo-

., and wort'i"et- rlTht your nt.full Key money ton' 'ogy cla'ses: took their annual 23. We join family and friends in
rip Wednesday, :May
Heights Post. Office an-
Mailbox They Journeyed to fiilvcprliis '
time, whether the ladl"s ron 14
in the late mornlnir wishing the class of 66
d'lty' at the window :or -< "turned that evenlnir. our

not Both the fifth and eighth
For one nickel you net .> zradri recently went to fit
5-cent stamp. For a quarter Augustine They were particularly Congrouarontfo / / / You'v* ttnti It. .,' sincerest congratulations on

Itank by mail and a trip to the mailbox vou aet five 5-cent: stamps Interested In seelm: each ol Good Luck dais
takes the place of trip to the bank ? for our
a Fair epounh And a dlim the old Spanish street* anhons -) of '66Triest
Makes hanking easier for you! you ret two 4-cent stamps but managed<< to do graduating seniors your major achievement.
AND 2 cents chanzet: I Try much more sightseeing' than

jl'ettlncJange! from a drug this.. Of special interest to

store machine! some was Rlpley's Muwum.Th Murrhee Ins.Agency'. Construction
KEYSTONE STATE BANK CLAY ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE Inc.KKYSTONK
AJs'). something else new ? sixth! !graders also wen' Company .
has been added-namely th"Snorkel' to St. Augustine pr.d were! "
Member F.D.I.C. Keystone Heights, Fla. on the outside mall more Informative about their I' O. Drawer 707 .: ; :: : IIKKiHTS)( FLOHIDA '

"Your Friendly Bank In Your Friendly box Now you may mill a let trip Among the sight visited! *
Community." ter wlthcout, getting! out of r were the Old Fort Old Jail 1 Keystone Heights! Fla. Keystone Height! Fla. I'hone !7.'MM1: !

your car: A, Bette S- 'owlfonl.iupl and the Oldest: Houne Among
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- FOUKTEKN' IUtAPFOBI> COUNTY TELKGUAPH.: STARKP,. FLORIDA THURSDAY. MAY1AWTEY 20, ", '
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.A..A.... ...A.AA.A. ing Wednesday 7:30: { p. m. i thorns visited Mr. and Mr. Pr.AN' AND HFKOIVICATIONPRO shall be .iiku. <-ITREMKNTA. : the office of r the ArcliIt.-'i of land I T B A 0", ... cystS IInl, .:

Choir practice Saturday 7:30: R. E. Lee and family durln.T fSrnrritl tn..r."t4ir., Upttn : Kax.li:" bid chat be acrompan-

\ p. m. the week. r"riu<*nt end receipt IU bv a ia, >"hter'a., check i>r bid. 877--At 8W (Or, of 1U78 --I '11' 100'' itiIn 1

Mr. and Mrs. driest Wells or too.nu) il("i)')Nlt "r E.
Visiting Mr. and Mrs. : aliinv H> <. 1.111\9
Contractor., two to theHoard H U II U 1 E.lmon,1 J"h"'n
e of the bid payable .
Ala. sly i" ,
and of Huntsvllle :
sons/ (
535 Ft for POB
By Ens flncbsrl&AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJ J. Raulerson this week are ((2)) ".!. nt lnnn and of Public Instruction, or> thenN

are visiting Mrs Mae Wells Mrs. Raulerson's brotherinlaw hl>"tiflca'tlnnH' will l b.. forwarded Bradford Oounty, Florida a. 420 .'t., R SIC 1897. 174 A In :Nit> '

this week. : and' sister, Mr. and Mr:*. Ocneral. express t.'ontrupturB: collect.arereIuestt'i evidence. of good the fnllrt iiccenMful anilffuartinteelnir ,- 210 210 Ft Ft, 8 to 420 POB Ft W 12 1 21 %i. E. MoGlll 8.25! ('or '' oror :""h. ofNE1 ii r

The WSCS met at the Paul Crawford Jr. had a Edward Thomnson v.ho have' that 864- tI% of HI3H" Of NE'4 210' I.J 4 W
to return the. and furtil -
I bidder will execute 28 II 13 1 Garn..e .
NWH NKH Ui'SW'4 by 815' N .t 8 niiitrui
home of Mrs. Mae Wells Tues- pleasant surprise Fridaievening : been stationed in the Azores plana Mini. ".'uoIIIlMlon.by .h to th. Hoard of Publli- Instruction Garcia Jr. 129.01:
10 7 21 60 Bunny ,
I or SWlibl
day evening of last week : when his parents. until recently when he was fish an anon M" p< nMlliln \ of HrnflRord ('m"ly.lo'lorldll. ,, 1701--I:1W': :'fr ...r Nit'4 I 28 5 22 11 .. T. Paul

Crawfordof after receipt of a bond Unuod by a 880-B-Coin at SK Cor
with nine piesent. After me Mr. and Mrs. Paul 11 (if 838of "
Antonio
his transferred to San bldK to Aruhltect'a office Surety fnmpany, HrenHfil, to dubuslnoaa of Xl1lit i HW'4 N Rt15,,f NE ''t 28 5 23 15 Prank B..1I .
devotional, officers for the Starke. arrived on Texas where he will reportfor fur full rvfund.U. In Florida nnd listed\ 1122' to M R/W of 1110-N I A of Wig' "

coming year were elected and birthday with supper Including duty. 'ih.efltrsu'tru. \>..- by th- United. stateS Treasury.. Hwy 227. "'WI"01". of :-IE"- of tlWIi.or .

some plans made. The hostess the traditional decorated! ..... .t..., For, plane ..nd.I.dfl..RII..n" ebartment a* acceplabln, for K/W 755.H' for POH SI\'\ 20 5 22 1 :Yraiic.s Jenkuis, ;'.
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M 14 01 is
Miss Marsha Mosley and err "
to nib-con- iuntrnctprice
the
H > of
| tot cent 14WCor '
per I'Din a.t
cake to help him celebrate 210' 1119 -
served salad' at SWly Par IIw
a course
trncttirH' VHiidiifji, etc., the days after ,
Wayne Mosley of Orlando within ten ((10)) 210' N 14 degrei-H. W 01 ))Inle Lot 7
the close of the meeting. the day. Besides his own wl're'lsIUnlf their grand deposit will lie I Thirty being awarded the I contract.Nu 210' H" R/W, NKly In I."wtty A Iton

The Ltkwtey Homemakers family about 13 enjoyed the Ix.lliim (tin 00)) pius, 3 I(I bond wuarnntvolnv. the PITormanoe 210' to POB 12 7 21 1 LouUe K, Newman 88.01 N or $oi.. line tn
mother. Mrs. R. W. Mosley. milon bond 200, 1'1' 401)' ) Ft.lv .
per cent tux. If the ( payment of said 1181-A-That port cf Hwy
Club' mot at the home of occasion with him.
( and Bpeclflcatloni" "'W' to I'OU Its 'he
and aunt and uncle Mr. and' plan I by tile Contractor of SWHV
Mrs. R. E. Lee on Thursday Carl Moore of Jacksonville: are returned. III good, No bidder may wlthilraw his & W of st Rd 227 12: 7 21 Herman Hartley 67.OS 21: 100 Ft1743AIA 211 5 21 a DorIa ::1.1.. Dan.,0 \

MissElizabeth Mrs. Leo Dyal. Saturday i-ondlllon. within rive liD: ) lots-Lot 4. of Blk It Si,;' In In:
morningS May 19. This was visited his cousins (5) bid for a peiiod( 'of thirty ( '
overnight. dnvn .after roretpt of for & I lot an deco ,in Co, of NW'. of
the last meeting until Sep- Terry and Mrs. dny .after hip (Into net openlrir ]>eed UK 04 1'f 105 '' 28 5 23 I E.llw Bright Jr hor
the
MdH rcfun.1 will be thereof.. 6.7J 17r;; N\1'I-
lOW
In OraJiam Louie Dempsey of I.
tember and the usu.il:: cookout Joyce Futch. over the week- Fifteen IXillar (f1 .00) !The'oontractor; will\ be required 1022-Lot 4 of nib 3 8Pt''. 4: I it lOut

was the order of the day ...n..I I Cet plim i I tux. llepueit rheckf to complete. mild. project In Qraham Louie Dempcey 2.193 Ft ot SW '4 nf "'W%

end.Mr.. and Mrs. Bill Harrell nliitlt. be. made payable to within the time eat forth In hi. I of 1:11'1': I 28 5 2Z 18 Ethel. M.11IIDI' .
ciirncii ACTIVITIES Nntlrc" In liHfiby" irlven thiitmnlfil the Architect.C. bid. 111!!)- Lot 40 W of Strong lUg.b'.u
and Miss!! Arthurlne Blanch. ,, hid.. will lie. rooclvfil' by C'Jlt' at
Grace Methodist Sun- Hepnrnte MheFtas Separate The *uc< School 11 ard of Jacksonville culled on I the! /Itniird. of I'nlillc. I hiptrurtlonof KheptH for drawings will be notified within five (5)) B of SR 21)0 Ell I of Niof NI'1\\V.. 21 5 23 a Eva Orlttl. E.ti ".
day 9:45. Worship
: '
llriiilfnrd 4'oulnt. Y. PliirMa, at Lot on N belnain' 17H5.IJ-I 1.01 In "Sit
a. m. and 8 p. m., MYP.Wednesday Miss Enza Blanchard Satur. the. ..ffl,'". f.f HuporlnK'nclent, t or paKOB of tfpeclfrationsmny ( day after the bid IH .acropted.Th .. N on EA 28.5' i Cor or W10\ ur !siIl :.
bo purchaseS from .. Bream, of I'ubllc InHtriu-. &WH Harbour 61.2!' "
nf I'ubllilimtriirtlon' of Ilranforil on side 13 S 21 I Claude B. or SW'4 of 1'\\ .
8 p. m.. Prayer day.Mr. the .Arnhltert aa follow. tl rvumty I' o. Hot, M!>. 1161-Lot :I7 In 210' It A W by a21'
Circle Monday 9 a. m. and Mrs. Sanohes Est- (no refundn. ) : Ida. reierve the right to reject lawn 1.1 S 22 10 i1.rI'V. N SM1807Lot: 28 5 2Z 1', Housing S.n' c.
PMKSTi I. up t:
,,, 7 :35: :
"smrk.t ', Flfirhl.i, up to : 17.Da
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tratia have returned from a rawinirn '1.00 p..rJlh..t soy. and all l I.hle, and tnwrnlve
During the morning servIce : the 31 t rtiiv of Mnv.IMCit .
( on > 9 1208-Lota 85 thru 88 59 In Wood-
plus per ct.nr tax any Informalltlne.
on May 15 the new offi- visit with her brothers and I l for the iM(nitrui'tIIMI I. of: Specification!__ $.10 TIlE BOARD OH1 J'L'nllrTN- In Woodluwn 14 5 21 40 Mr. F. W. Webb Act 62 60 lawn Nx lot I41U'

cers of MYF were Installed their families. Mr. and Mrs .\nI'r..on l .1 r. I Illarh I Si-ln..olLnwtey pane., plus 3 per cent P".I' STHrC-TION; BRADFORD 1241-Lota 0, 24. 25 In SW Being 60' W or
Florida. Wuodln.wn Kx K/W 17 5 22 21.3 Sit 'or 23 5 II 10 Floyd King "
I Charles P.
30 Sapp
by the Chester Griner. Oclllu Oa \uiei All rffiucBt. for plan COUNTY Ft/)llir>-\ '
pastor. nt which"' time hldx will l>" oponeil 1257 Lot 18 In 18117.A11.11' 60'V
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Orlner. and 8.'lfl""tlone.. separate ) Thomas I.. Casey' ,Jr, Ex 18 S 22 14.13 of lIP' 1',1' of Lot
First Baptist Sunday nnrl, ,roinl, ...In..1ny. bidi Woodluwn R/W 10 CharU P. 3app
Mr. and Mrs.! Clark Oilner of received, after tin ppeelfltMl. \ time sheets of drawing.or ijpei Intondent I 12B2-Lot 46 In Wood- 69. N 104)V) IOu'.

School 10 a. m. Worship. 11a nr: and ilnte will not. !h.> i mmlilerert1'lnnn. pages of npeclflcatloni 5/19 it 5/26 I I lawn Ex U/W 18 5 22 10 Cecil B. McLfcln 13.13 S! 100', 1.1 100 10 Helen

m. end 8 p. m., Training Nashville. Ot. 'l|1'lrl'nlln"8, I nnd contract ]27'l-HH\ of Lot 41, Poll 29 5 U Baron 6
Mrs. Horace Cox of Waldo .. 44 A all that portion 1840- I-A I't.p' In
Union 7pm. Mldwpek !I. examined -
serv I tlnruiin'ntu\ ninv II T.llt bt
Ai NW ( 0.
of LOtS' M: .
ice Wedresday: 8 p. m. !spent' Monday with her parents I In I lh. ..rn,',. of l I..n. It. f NO'r..1. OF T.'X AAI.": I 55. 60 N of ltd! In WOQlllnwn 81 5 21 I Security :\11.: .

Church' of God Sunday Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Din- Miiritiin.I 17, (iiiihKi-" Anlilli'ii.IMl-k.).. Fln..I.J2l; .... hwy anil,, Notice I. hereby given that the let, day or June neB h..arlnat j orV Woodlawn 4DV( Ex of S'a E' 12 of:;' R H2' ofit'j Ind. Co. it1982A
11 noon, a.t Slark. County or Bradford, 8lal. or Flord.. lax
School 10 11 I ': of SV'.. or
a. Worship
m 43 A Hx E 125'
fnllnWH Lot
kins.Mrs an sum iertlfioatee will I be sold to <
land ,
the \
on following described of Nit'4:' 34 5 22 II I n t. For Essentigl
a. m. and 7'30: p. m.. YPE Noah Taylor of Jacksonville 1 1. H'V.. I Ixiilwif'mpiiratlon.. pay the Rmuunt, due for taxeS herein set oppoSite lh" .lIm.., to.guther of W 4001:\ lj.t. NW74! HousIng I...

Wednesday 7-30 p. m. Praye was visiting her son- I I 1..1 I ::1 i ;[l iin,,< "' Hi':' I r mi i"i' "m.II ofNW'4
in-law and daughter! and 19 5 22 27 Mr' J. a. Njrman:> or Xt'4
sel vice Friday 7:30: p. m. lll.l :\ U..lptlon A..1 ot Tee.. R/W
Li I i III"' '' lii. 762' It or Hit E'"
Highland Baptist-- SunthtSchool : -.. Mrs J. D Prevatt and lam- I 1. P : vt..fl: i ;It. ii'II'"I, llllllller"" .f iced S T R A 0...... SCSI l'v.l.67.A1I"1I' E.t. Lot In SW Cor 60'

I I. 1 '.ina. 1911-All that portionof 85 II 22 2 Gary H..mplQQ
9:45: Worship 11 a. m ly last week 1. \ t ti"i 177.0' S or SW' of SEH S'i.. S'
] ..I I h,. 1.1.> NI': 'or or New 1913-A- 1.01 60' "
and 7-30 p. m. Prayer meet- Mr1C E Titus of Haw 4of of SV'I:- of lid
S tI hy 6U' it: S W
NW' iii 210' W & NW'i of SE'iof
=-"= .-- 210' N ::410', 16. 210' NWH 21 5 U It C. B. Barber 85.91 In SW Cor of of SW119T9 "'.
--- -- --- or NW'
to D"if-Ex RJW 1 8 20 1 tflxie Aeciptalice 13131 Lot In NW of 85 5 U Lacy Odin
Cur of SF.'. of IAR ;
Corp 7427 { ; ('or
NE
In
177--SW'4 of MW4! 21 8 20 to F. I. Tomlinson bIbS NKM, of NEH 'being 5 22 1 C B Barbour 83.28 ot-NE7of 8W %
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I JACKSONVILLE BUSINESS DIRECTORY 187N1''.., lOr t'lN\4' \ Gcsy. 208 88Ft 3/4 Ft of S Lot'i| 01OWl.. 35 5 22 1 Mid 8tal.Horn. .

"r' hiu! lOr sat.' 28 8 20 1211 li'1.. Tt.mllne 118.22 UB3 4: -of\y Blk 4 I Et W .. ,j
:i,7 "'W'. of IIIW !.aof
W
30 Ft In Lnwtey C. B. B..rbour. 1853 : sw
8W''. & 2A In Sal: 1P5 ..B-'omlll at
of fly1355Lute
orwV
ANTIQUES hEARING AID I C4)R of sW' ,fetv'4 1. 2. 2, 4 ( 0. of NE'4
N am M "if
I PET SHOP! 11 x 11/W 8 7 20 J2 Southern Oil Rib 12 In Lawtey. W Wayne E. I..y. 81.87 ;, K'W of Ril

For Best In Hearing :See- a Chemical Co 755.92329Lots of Rt'ltSlIfStR 200. Nlv on \V Hdry
ANTIQUES TilE 6, 8. 7 A 11' S'tuit ('.inI Nly
11. 12 flLK 8 of Hlk 12 In Law Wayne E. Ma..y 7.34 W Hilrv 2110' to
on
4 Bought-Sold--Appraised SONOTONEOF Kongo Pet Shop 21 Wllrll ,:Ily I 7 20 nyrtle Stok.. 29,34nd1v tey W of Rv ('0 Or fid l, Wlv along -
of >lW'i ofJsv'4 14JAW; 100' of sly' Bilry of
Pootilpliflllt.: .... Liana* .9 N7 ofs"4 of Blk 22 InLawtey .
Furniture-China-Glass <- Lot 5 Noosing' S"lc. Or 200'. thY Far.

Silver -Braaa-Oil Paintings JACKSONVILLE POODLE GROOMING II' 7 20 .0 H. H. :.IoU 7800of W of Ily Corp. 728 with \Vly B
", "Tha Strongest and Smallest al! 1 SFJ'. Ex 142 -8H of Rib 24 R 200' to TOR 4 3 8 83 Henry LII. Martin ::
Sweaters Coll.irs, Tags, III"en... of Nll74 of In Lawtey W of :Ry Mattt. Carter' 34 11 I 2915.1)-itog( HW Cor
One Piece or a House Full Hearing Aid in the World"Only \ Pet Supplies HR'I. 8 sI-l'4 otNo4 1410- 8>*t of Blk 17tLawtey : of Nit '. of J
Co. Hearing' Aid :Made Binl, _Fish-ILmiAteraDaily :) & 1'1' a/4 of SW- W of Ity Herbert Psdgett 7.14l.NtAo Kun K: 850' to H/\V


Ina Ward Antiques 22 Went, Monroe is of N .:'i &: NW- of Hlk 25 llwy 301, NKIv on
10-8 P.M. In
W of
& Sun. Lawtey Hy Matlle Carter 7.14 W R/W 318', W
Jacksonville 353-1463 1. of In: 'I Lying; 14.17-Hailf 11 lit 4 In
3572 St. Johns Ave.
7311 S 318' to
Closed Tuesday: ,
)0)) of Cn 0. H'I 8I -.\. W of
Lawtey Ry Mr. John D. Dye 14.13 3 6 22 1 11. Qrov, Inc :.r
8939 Herlong Rd. Normandlc & I lIx H/W 18 7 20 7f 1 FI. H. MQIt loa H4B2AT.OIB I 4401.N 88.6d' of. POll
Jacksonville 387-1379 nonnv SHOP HalT Shock 6 In 11:\9-N'4 of !' 1t. of
I Section I, 2, 3 ofiti
NK'i: I K: of Ilil" *< W
Call ColliftAuto LawMv W of Ry
3.65
I', 7 0.11011... Unit Clifton Pr."aU
FIELDSHOBBY 'v. Jacksonville 781-2800 1 1'ed D 811fha.m :tit 31 1411$ lia Lot 7 ExK of Itlt H'-j' (ofsitt.
I 2ni'? Kt In Law of NK 4 .V
Sales & Service 40R-NW'i or NW'A, TV lit! Ry of ICR19i47NW7 3 6 22 27 Winifred Oretn
SHOP Inc.A PIANOS-ORGANS Ex I A N of 2W. 11 7 10 88 nulh..n Oil 1471 tey-WH or Lot 10- Doris M. Dlln"on 81.U of SK'4:'
.. ChCntical en 83.20 .
A In Lawtey E of of SK'. 5 6 22 10 J. L. Brantly

WESTSIDEVolkswagen Complete Line of Mason & Hamlln Pianos 412. :N': or Lot 1 Eshi Ry Joyce B. Spell 31.52 2014-NK'i or NK'iK '
Oil 4Chemical
Boat & Airplane Builders Sup- Hammond Organs .\ W of Ry 18 7 20 J8 Southern Co. 11.32 141 -Lot* 8. 9. ll", nt St Ril. 18 Kx:
Inc. 11. 11. of BIb 11 R/W 7 6 22 2 Leo. T. SulM\n i
plies--Specializing in Radio Magnavox Organs 1''w ;lit'f"H.. ut Lawtey K ot fly Mlnnl. MaeJohnson OJ.| -WH' of :NWi:

AUTHORIZED DEALER Controlled Models "You Get A Good Ileiil. At- 25 5 21 7 O.ene P. Co..nrt 5.15 Relll a4 G2 of NW'. Jof Mt

224514 of I'I'I': of 1T.53 1484-Lot 7 of nik 13 Rd 16 8 S 22 8 Leo T. Sulllvja B4J
arid Equipment HEM: 31) 5 2t 20 C. H. It John Rents Johnnie Fowler 8.5i1
Lawtey K nf KyI486 S050-com at SW Cor
Sales |C: 7X Partn 4.cf50 526---Nfo1ti of NF1 .. of Lot 1 S, P of of KH\ of W'.. ofHKVi
lSeMlI". Body Shop Open Evening till 9 P.M. F. O. MILLER' -< : ot NE1,4 81 5 21 10 C. H. Rents 14.73 Lot 1.1 In Town of : ot "RK' >4, H

8Ia-D"w. At RW Cor Lawtey E of Ky w J. Barber U4 105' for POH, N

... 8 a.m.-8 602 So. Edgewood CM OCMMJ7 1410-Com at SW coo I 420' K 10:;' H 420'
Open p.m. (. H...., IM rum Slaw iwa"Iurh of SH'i orIW ; N
of Lot 18. run Nlv to S Hrtry of i4.ev J
6 p.m. Sat.-Closed Sunday JacKsonville 388-8662 1112' E: 3112', H 1113', W cf ;1/ ,
\
along Bdry IDS' to FOB 9 8 22 Lulu, Belie Ttir.il\
U.12
,.on\Hie TV ap2' roil 1 6 21 10 Charlet C. Haulron
1150: LANK AVE. SOUTII I to Lot 15. aou Kt '0POR. 20d2W of NC'i lu 6 2J20SO ; 40 Kay IMlit un
C22-NE'i of NW'. Nly onV Cum at HW

.,. Phone Jacksonville 384-3141 Men's & Boy's Wear ;:* 471' of NW',. of Bdry 82.7.1. Ft Cor of I E'ti of SW '..
NEH TV of Or ltd Ely 18* Ft. Sly onE of NW'4' RunI''\

Parrish MotorsSALES "Quality Clothes. for Men an SAWSPEARSON'S Ex Lot 310' SU 1 8 21 61 Or.ni P. Cowart U.62 Brtry. of Lot 15-A 400' for POD, :B I
82-4 -SW'i of N"'' 1 8 21 40 Mr.. J. E] .ThDI"U 44.50 2.T3 Ft. Wly 183 2"0', N I 100') V

Boys Since 11)19" 6S -D2-A Com nt NE Ft. to POll In Law- 200'. S 100' to TORA

Saw & KnifeSI.:8 Cor of Ent of NE'4 t.y K of Ry Strip IV N .S
Van Heusen Stetson Hats of NE'i(; of RV'V 14A) K 50', of Lot Joyce Lee Walker 16.34 for uccem to t.l"l 10 t 22 Jobn E. li.K u I
: & !SERVICE i : It Elk 16 Lrftvttry
188 4S' for .S
SERVICE L" McGregor Gold Cup Sox POn. E of RR Samuel Crockett 55.CO 2104- Cam 50' E nf
:PARTS ALL TYPES OF SAWS 100') E 16V N 100''to Cr of st' Hd 4 2,;'
Complete Formal Wear Rental 5027 Broadway Ave. pon J 8 11 I Loon Sweat 11.93 1S05--Lot Com at SR Cooof S" of Cr of Co HI

641-All TV i of Nfi'.iK 17 runV Run E 1000 on H
32 Years As A Dealer .Ja.k onvlUp EV 4-3181 of SK 225 a 8 11 70 :Edna W..dln 182.15 Par with I.ok.VOl.. K/W ('0 Kcl to APt
110: ) Ft, N- I 1(10()
Ft to
ffic S Shop 100'Y) of ""14
Vounq|
Good Used Cars
Always POrt w 125 Ft, N RR. 8 Par to Hit
SEWING MACHINES 014---\ W of NE'i'
/4
021 Laura St. Jwkonvlll: ] 104 Ft. I K 123 Ft. 04128' for FOB
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W of BR 223 A HV: S 104 Ft In Lwtey
340 !Main Corner DuvtU. I'ont S 21671. ,
3C6-5634:; : :
Phona 101
4 of :--IW', A N'i\ Hy Mabel Jenktn. '.15 N 68 dV
W
Jacksonville 70 J. L. Alvar 92,65 1510 .Pom 8VV ( 310',
SINGER AUT. ZIGZAGLike of SE'i: or NW'i' 3. 21 at 'orof N; Par to RR 218.74'

Automatic Transmission New In 4 Dr. Cabinet 850-SV4 of BW'-i nf N 304 Lot 17 A Hun M 611 den. a 210' to
Ft K 180 Ft
MO1'OIWYCLESHONDA HE'4 Ex 2A In NWCor to beg 10 8 22 1 8 mul A. Br .wo !Ii
for POD then
Sold New over $300 Also, 3 \ In SK a run 2142-2 A In SW Cor
N 346 Ft H 1
100 FtH
Automatic Bal. S72 or $5.00 Per Mwntl ('or of 8W'4' of SEV. ; 348 Ft W 100 Ft of EH\ of SW''* of

\. a 8 21 JO R. D. Reddish 73.47 to f'CIK( I In I...iwtry NE'i lielna420' Ft.
Transmissions & Ideal Sewing CenterALL 874--x av of 7I 4 of K of Hy E A TV by 210 Ft
MOTORCYCLES Mid Stilt N & S 15 i 22 1(41.
NW'i of NI'. 4Wi.4 L. Q. Cooper
MAKESNew Home* luo. 63 99
Motor Exchange All Models-Nothing Down of NWli of 15la.ACorn at NW 2141-S'4 of NWl or
and Used Machinal NE'4: & N B A of
: Cur of that
Por SWH of
Merchants Green NEW A: !S'4!
Stamps
... BIO D.tDDT WALT 848 Cassat Ave. "" '4 of SW 4 of \. of Lot 18 K: of nr of NEH of SI'I4: of

Remanufactured Transmissions Open 8 A.M. to 7 P.M.MondayFriday .Tacksomllle 381-5071 E'i N 5 A of K'i:' St In Twin.lev 1.1: of NW'. Ex Par on

of SK'i of NTVV, 10 8 11 II R. D. JI..t'I.1t 0309 KB. t 8 274'. I K 240', W Side 15 8 22 8t!i W. M. Harris Ii'
MotorsBy N> 274'V Of)', S 2148-.-* H of. '
884 RW'. of "S13'i' 10811n 6 21 to ltlek L.ho".ky 82.72 SW'i of
Quality Craftsman 8 A.M. to 6 P.M. TRACK SERVICE 2'12 Un DIY 84', W 60'. N 94', Swig of NR''. a
Saturday and Wednesday \\' 120' to POB :Ii, D. Baxley 17.73 SVt of SE'i of SE': I.
3097 W. Beaver: St. Int In SW'. of NE'i O:
CLOSED SUNDAY:' i RA Y'STRACK !OFot SW'.4 1525-1 Lot loa Ft X of NW' 15 6 22 10 Wly M. Luk ".

Jacksonville 353-4771 S\'%" '. of SEVi Ex & a by 200 Kt 10 2141-E 139..' of TV
a *< W In NW- f't,. of 409 &' of '
1'1'
R/TV 12 8 11 18.71709SI' of
MOTORS & CYCLES SERVICEPortable Odom Crawford Lot 20
in T..wl.y
"""" SWH

CAMPERS 4949 Blandlnat Blvd..I.ieksonvliie Track Press Servlc:* 1 A Cemetery.of NBHEx 13 8 II 89 Fresher Kelly. E..t 61.0571h7Vbj 15:12Lot K:< of Ry 23-A Kx Mr W. J. Chandler. 26.32 of Co oar' Rd NW'i\ 8 15 oo 2 John D. Ducar ;iv

of SE otIFI. 2174-i A In .NW Cor
771-R2II: -
N 100 Ft In Townof
Welding :- 22 8 at 20 C1Ia..I. W. Stone 15.27 of 8TV, or NTV'4
Cribbs Campers I I'sed 1 Bulldozers. & Crawlers 7)0! -Tot 4. of Hlk 15 LIt wt..y R ol Hv of XF.'. Ex Lot' In
:: : 1547- Wi, of R'" of Joyce Lee Walker S6.31 SE Cor
Crosby. Lake Shore 50.1I being; 200'
Jo( F C Corp.
:MUSIC "We'll Keep 'em Boiling" : 791-Lot 5 of Blk 15 N sail Ft of Lot 31 N A S by 100 E t

Del-Rey Campers Lake Shorn. 451. Kx N 100 Ft In \%- A Ex Lot base
7387: 'V, Beaver Crosby VII'S Lee. :-Iu..ot- Town of Lawtey H J

Shasta Trailers Paulus Music Co. Jacksonville 388-4621 817-2H A In SE Cor of Ry Louie* Brown 7.94 2174-A OR BK 21-101 15 8 22 2 Hence B. rhornmn' jI I

of t SKU of Sli'4: N 1551-8 161 Ft of Lot Hew at SE

Band & String Instruments of Ry 82 S II II 11/8 1... J. KII. 5.4 S3 In Town of Law Cor of' A 2.\ trat-t
Skamper Convertible I TKOPICAI FISH 119-M'i K of C C C icy K of fly I... Lee Barber 7.74 In NW Cor of SW'' .
Gibson Guitars & Amplifiers RJ. 33 8 II 149 L. J. Kite 191.55 of N\V'4 of XI':'.*
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School aU-A-I 1/.1 A In MW 1501-A Beg ar NW> l>eln|. II1U..q II I 11 L', 6 S
a Trade*-Bunk 'uuuIl'Inc Supplies, --Instruction Tbuxaaa Do..ot
: MERMAIDAQUARIUMS Cor of feo' N of Rv 'or of N 110' of 2174-B-Re*; 100' N of
6408 San Juan Ave. Roberts Recorders A: 2 A In NW ror Lot 35 In I.awtfy Knt SE. Cor of A 2\

Music LibraryExpertRepair i S of Ry Ex U/W 4. 7 II L. J. Kit 1.15 RR. 8 50' to 'I'.aM In SW'i' of

Jackaonvllte' 388-9348 8.17-All the Fr...'. of POB, F. 50''I' 50', NWH of NE': N
Department Complete Aquarium Supplle SE'i of NE'.. ft W 50', N 50' to 100'V 100' S 100'.

All Specie that port of SWli PUB Mid state E 100' to POB If | j]
Fish
CHAIN SAWSMidclleburg 41 \V. :Monroe St. Imported Home. Inc. i4 44 Thomae ,
COME BY of NE'i lying a orE 1568--W 150' of WI$, 2174CB Diecount Co. II I
OR
CALL
100'
Jacksonville 353-8447 of Cornelia St. W
of Blk 44 B of Ry
Chain Mon.-Sat. 10 a.m. to 6 pm Frad Rlk, 40 A 41 In Law ley ExV of SE Cor of A 2A
A All NW' of "HEU Jamee 5.75l57lELt Tract In 1 S\vi. of
3310: Beach lilvd. 2 to 6
Sunday NWH
pm. N of SAL Ry S orE of 44 In of NEH: then
Saw Sales We Order Any Fish Available of Cornelia t St. & Lawtey: R rt" Ot..n Demp 4 55 N'\ 100', W 100'. S

IIOML1TEMoney : Jacksonville 398-3091 943 S. EdKTewood/ Ave. all NE'i of 1iI 1'iiwt 1514-1.01 5.1 In Town 218Heg 100', E 100'20'to N Beg 18 6 22 T oma. Discount' Co S

SAL Hy Ex of Lawtey K of Ry Pearl Blount 14.13 of
: Makln' Chain Saws :MUSICInstrumentsMARVIN Jacksonville, 38R-1404 4 7 11 4)4) TV H. mlth II 84 16UHJIt S'O of Int of S line of
; HEH of NEH A
S\LES & SERVICE: I SW'4 of 1'1F.' ExHA A W R/W of Hwy
Parts and Repairs All Makes WESTERN;: STORE 838- Block 14, 15 A In sw' Cor 34 > 22 .H Randolph Box' 138.1 801 for FOB Run
KAY'S All Blk 14 ex. 1..... 445-A 1 Lot 135 Nly along W
Toro & Yazoo Power Mowers' K A F 8iof LotS 9\\ In NK Cor of 2845' W R/W f
Par to H"
LITTLE DUDE & Lots B, a A r> Lot In NW Cor
Rt. 21 MiJilleburpr 282-5050( Music Center : Line of 8F.', of
MID oft.ots2 4LotS of SR' of HWM NEH- U51\.ly2811'
Western Store I. S, 8 of fib of NWH- being :tSi O') Ely 281.7' to POU,
17 A Blk 13 20, 26tampiion R A W By 431' N
Fender Cretsch & Vox, Guitars Ex RW
1 ELECTRIC !MOTORS Where' You'll Find Everything { Kx, R/W 4. 7 II I1T' 1-. S. Kit 41010 AS 25 ( 12 Mid Btl 2197 '. If I 33 2 Hilton D. Carter '- I
King, Hatten, and Selmer 881-He*; at tHCo.. Homo IDC. 7117 -NWH of SWH 18 S 24 40 Harry Zlt..n et .1! ;
For the Horse
Brothers Band Instruments of NF. '. ...rI''\ 1'. A 1854-1 Lot 100' N Aa 2202-A- Peg 398' TVA
Peavy Enthusiast" 210' N of SB Cor
RnI 540( Ft., R 110' E
by TV In
Ludwig Sllrrgerland Rogers situ Ft. BOH. of SE'. of SWH
Leather- N 5 Ft. SW Cor of
Western Clothlnot Vi4 of
Electric Co. E 210' N 210', TV
Drums to S R/XV TJn otl'1..mp..n
Trailers NE4 of NWt, :sjmipwii II U L. J. PadgettI 4.15 210' S 210' to .
Saddles ,
goods. and Or ltd of aw i Beg ]$ 6 22 Plrirt Ml*. Corp

W.ECTRIC MOTORS KentoU & flepivilon ALL Charles & Sharon Petty then iDly AlnnaM/ of NWH Kx U/W 2220-TV 210' cf SFJ', of Stuart I. 7
W .
tn In of 1'1) TVIry
Ex Par In NW Coo
91)2 So. E(I if:e wood Ave..Iarksnnville > of NWH of SEH
Cold: -.Serviced: -Repaired of NK'i: of N 1'. S r>me In OR UK 14-
KT S
*. Generators-Starters 400 MAIN ST. : 3R.t-l'10 H14 Ft to !SK Cor 3R5. 891 l, 11-33IS IS 22 1 Claude Myr 14 33 2227-fl J/4 105' of NWH II Oil. U. Wtctell I
of : of XN"V
Jacksonville 333-0935 NKt4 liUU-Lot ax lei: In of NEH A All NW'.
Alterations 1820 Ft ton 1'011 Es-: OR Bk 14-H83 J5 8 22 .
Uld
WELL nRn.LlSGPARTRIDGE Stat E of R.I 16 Ex, N
Armature Rralndlng \ in sw Cur IIx Home.., Inc.I 7547 310' A All gl.'
ofNEH
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R/W 10 7 II 1* 7 Loul K. N.w&.n.CL. 461 Beg at NW
4044 Lenox Ave OPTICIAN \JLU. 1SB3K E: of R.I IS
of SS'74> of SWU A All of
N4 SE'i.
... ...,. Jacksonville! 387-2528 863 -3.A In BW Cor of NWH Run. R 10
of :
FLOOR COVERING Well Drilling Co. A Heir at NTV Cor 100', TV 75'. N 100' NW. of SE'i'
Bennett-Daly of :oo.1-\.i< of NE'SRun <. to POB 15 21 :Mid State beingJH9' N" <
ROCK ARTESIVX! : WELLS Home., loo.I 72.27
.. Opticians Inc. S 70' E 1160' 1 64-1 Lot *e D..ec by 1120' E A TV 17 < 22 180 Harry Zltreen .t d 2 "
IIf.S.S' S "V
Water N "
Ltokinp for Complete Electric to 2240-Raat 8TV Cor
... In OR Bk 14-331 25 22 Mid "State'
or St Rd 22S tlien of SE' of NTT'H
Lenses Duplicated Accurately Systems Horn.., Inc. 431 *
N fal10\ 1'08I''\
belter earpettt SEIv on 1M to lot
.. ... and, IRRIO.\TIOS
Promptly
with E Bndrr of 14 6-NW'4 of NKUof 174'. E 16V to WRV
,
vielt :)/j '?"'1 Only the Finest In Quality FlIt F1NANCINOB8 NB'i; of NF:'". N; 4Jil' 8W >4 ..xR/Wly- Rd R/W Or Rd.174'S on TV

.. Service to NE Cur TV' 132t' B of KlnoleyRd ,
and Prescription 0 Hyde Grove Ave. lug
H/e'::: 165' to POB 17. 21 Jamee Mad I ion
to PWB Ex Par. IS I 22 4. TVU1I Strong 7.34 I
Ja-UZt'1 21$ West Iu\al) St. Jacksonville Bweeney, Jr.
H71-NWH ot NWH
210' 223'on
Si' on Rd 2266
.14 Jacksonville 353-183 Call (Collect S8 -IUS Ely n<1ry of NE' of 8W< IS I 21 10 A. T. Paul 14.13 NH of 8WK\ Brule Ty.onCContltu 2
of EElS 11 t 21 10
of NE f"NEts> ; R/W, .. of 8WH K] of Rd PgS'SlI ]
---= Eaa.n.aI 1 SI 101 LesLie\ K. Ntwaaaa 141.01 Ex: R/W 2S I 12 I Loruic Berry 134 [ d On NextPAO.J





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... .. Dr.erleHen Me..f ..'....rt few 4lreer/.11e. IMIJlyd. of ..*.
::10.. brerrlpllxn 'no"UR' of Tan N \i>. lleniTlpllonof %in .n* .f 'I M I N 110.
If9Yf.flffffffff'FIf111 at lama. 9 T R A 0..._ ... ('eel S of Iced B T R Aw.er sad J..C.
.>r Iniiil '!' It A Owavr. and < "-.N )limit !B T R A Ovtae-r tied. Com e .

4212- Lot50' KAt : 6000( -it H 100' of
271 H I Terin/ Shi I
HAMPTONBy (From Proceeding Page) I ('''r of I 10*t, of NK'-4' W liv JIO N AS that Pint of KVi of
of HWVi bflnn In NW I ,'or..f Kn of Nf34! of

2nll.! (> .. 2In NR .'orof 100) N A a hy .!)' N W '. W of ltd S NK: S that II.* vil W

l i I'1(5: 4 nf"f RAW 21 8 21 Mid fW..tHontM 100-\ II 113\ 12 Mr*. A. U row. 1.7 4 .Id* of Mt Kil) T,. J,..Allermaw2'7s. :
:Mrs.' :Sliiry \\'lIRlunsaAAAAAAA11A1AAAIAAAAAI' .SB\(& 210 Kt K: A : Inc. 8.11 f :5 4.211.1--HK J'4 of NK'i

V\ b>' 410 Ft' .N' A 2720-B 8A ffI'f Of of SW'ls\ It/W .A GildS Coin, 331:;: Ft I'J'

S 18 8 13! | riHlvIn\ Honnr 812 I SK>4 of 8W',4! uf8WW K* ill-no In OKBK Of NW Cor of NEt4: '
22 1I.W 220 Ft of 2117HI 6 11I 3 C. A. Crum 81-1 : 1If2':1 .13 II S3 10 Victoria MoFafthlonMcFaohlnn 1.1 I 5 of NK'4 A run M

XI.:'' of B\\! ''4 IOx.: Con) at NE 42THWI. of NW', 2J1 fr't for POE th1

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Harden I'ml l>fn. In OR UK: Cor of 8 iii of HW '4 of NhP4: Ex: ",I,' run W 101 .'t. S

of Jacksonville spent Saturday -M-HH: / A I Kit: Par In of ;JSKVi; : of 8\\ >4. cold 33 a 23 I Victoria> : !IP,4 6S I"t. M 10* 10'1. N

with Mi. and Mrs K. B. oil 40-213 18 6 n 8 Porthr A Jenil: run W 547', M 72.4' 437-!)-N\V '. of NW< <4of to POB 80 7 12 Vernon J. fotfftttB1IS ....
1071CD''", >t loW
Hall. 113! for J-tlH, Cont S HI-4: ix> Par Fold '
Watterson.The ..r of /111<: '. of .
7:1,4': W 1111.6', N A Kx Lot DemOK
2800.A-Brit 354..' Ri.f NK' N 795 W 7tlVfor
HK 20 PO 649 A.
5th and 6th grades 71: .75 I 10 179.6'!) tuPOM
NW (for. tvf NR'i' POe 8 130 IS
,
22 13! Beatrice Coleman 825! ':'C R/W A: 1pllr: .
went on a field, trip to St. "f. I KW'i H 167' Dem'. OK HK 31:\ 2HI 32 22 75, N 1511'. W J5
8 42 dew 30' H III: 21132- Cor of NW'4 of to POB 30 7 21
Augustine Monday with their 4 7A -1 Lot Dene 4 Victoria McPavhlon 185 1 Certain/ TendProduct
'long Ht' Ril 2211 J77' HU'i and run N Corp 57.'

teacher Mrs. Atkinson and N 1 :>7. ;N\Vly S771 108.8 Ft for Apon OR 21: Pl :J8I! I 32 8U: I.1.! Mitchell, 9.1 1 4 -/N'4 of lot 2 of

Mr. Jockel. tu PUB Oil 2.1-1)11) 19 6 23 th..uV 271: Ft N 2511 4212!' Com at I S13! Hlk I _Wrlahta ADD> S-) 7 23 Richard D. May ......
5l62 A .
n )1/4 ar
black Lan ".n Ft E 2807 Ft S ,'nr fitIW'4; of
JJDl-C:! \ _'nm at NH NK'4: and NW I. of
Mr. und Mrs Wesley Griffin
t'in'. of 367.2 Ft to POU KX' H1C'4' A run N :111.8'Ft : / '
NISI of K'iN'j; of ;NE'Sof .
I and Phyllis: were shopping In SW I4\. W '"1:1.2: Sly I'ar 85-11: li 6 22 Brent'ard Akrlila 60,882931.26W for a I-OH then 8E'.. 33 7 22 120 Emory L. Brown 117."

Jacksnnvllle last Saturday. un to 1'011Vly runV nFt\ N 5164-14 undivided In-
ft Pur i \ Line III).81 : I4 of SR'4 234 Ft K: 280.7 trrent a'i' at NK'i I; I S

Mr and Mrs Floyd Smith toV line I nil. of of SK'4. ofNUit I Ft' n' 367.3 Ft' tn of 14&:1.: HK'., of '

left Thuisday night for Stewart \\. 440 of V11V ..fof Lrr: : 29 6 u 4 Party Sullivan 451C pun Kx Par 8'i-H 33 a 3342t4 of SK'4' 33 7 22 30 Hard In *
211' ,! 19 Ex 2 Cap Chandler 8 6
xw'i-s15 ParV 11 -I 14.1| A In HW .11 1 1Samoaon A.aeraiaa .....
Miss to vlblt with relatives : W 200' Lola 12 II) .
l.inn to Pt" I lid H 22'). ('".. of 1'1t1;'j of ;N W'4'
14 o.f Illk ( InHlanillnw
for a few days. SIClv to a 1't Huf of ICx panel. ) mold i 32 6 22 6183 -KV4 of I'IW'' '.
1: White
S/n > x 8471
Mr and Mrs J.V.. Home POB. My; to 1'OH 18 a 23 John A. Cummlug. \\' 160 of I.ot 11 & 4298-;NK''", of NW 4 of X1fx Dralnu-tm! .: R/W Ka': *.AKx .
of !
Jr. 18 9G ai3"4 Kx: Par
14 A Port of Hlk U
Sunday In New Port ment A all th.itpart
spent "old i lit lt/\V A I'xI'M :
22II1-K N F of ('rookV: of of of
150' of 9 K'j NW-
r Des. Olt BK li
with and
Richey Mr Mrs Hill)' iif. K 220' of Ditch email Bu./ln... P> 1H6 32 '4 of MB'i/ \ lying N

Richard Williams and family. 1 \\' NO of M I:<" ofNW' "))70-Com 416 Ft N Adm *t al 42.41 4-9'l-Hi4. ..f-lW":- ,< ( 23 4 Bertha titian ..t. J5.*1 of K/W of Ht H.I .

J. ]n Frallok was able to ', 18 !i Jim Cununlna81) from Nfl 'or of of IO| F:I 4 Kx: par Cold 'or H-18 of A 30In HK' SW ..

3JII-0-V! 160 of H ('ullI Vtvtler St. .1'* ''J 71 31 6 U of '
: 4 Bertha
a
Or..n Eat 147!
be moved from the Veterans 4l.f NKU A that part
:100 of l B 220' of \\ A run n 220 Fl N 4,127-A--Lot Bilk
440 of 6 Llmoln. ) NJOor SE'4 II.. w
Hospital in Lake City to the Nl1'4! of Clly
75 Ft W 230 Ft :S John J.
N KynonCont W of Rd 1 100 N paved
ctmva.esrent home in Staike 22111-H'-s 150' of n 188 22 Harold Cumming. 8,94 75 Ft to fOH 28 8 32 H H Houaton 13.36 Co '.11 Pub' Rd* 18, W ,

2471-Com on K Slilaof 4134 of R/W tl HI A FRK \
last week. 2.0' of W 410'' of Church StI Int Lot 8 of Bin

Mr and,:! Mrs!. Jerry Wads- 22H-\NR'4! : -.of 4.V Hi In "t"iJ" 'or 18 8 23 Jack Cummlnu 8.34 of of Hi/i N :line&of Run NW'j: H 4H1-A 7 In Llnroln Lot 8 City of Rlk Rula: Ma. Robln.on 3,79 I o>Kx f SW par('Beg''I' '141'K U'I

j worth moved Saturday from nr I I.! 410 of M3W\ 1 1:1: In LJmoln City A W by 90' N '
50 H 210 Ft. N
Ft Emma" Wllllama 1.14 B Si 7 82 21 rry Y. ... .
, of HW'i 18 8 33 4HI-'V &
:too '
4 John ofU
their home on 30! to the A. Cummlnw. 60 FtV 210 Ft to
.
ulllvaa '4.It
Jr. 21.72 POD n BK 03-41 23 8 83 ot SK'4 of NBH _
Jam.. L.wla U5 6194 Com on W
Moose house east of town.
K\
-29N 1! 3/4 of NW'4' 29') -F/"t, 10 of Hlki K/\v A lix: l'ar aide of Ky H/\\ on

j Mr. and Mis P. H. Lott "f. I"f'll.: 18 8 11 30 Dan Hnnkerion. 67.ti of Dowllntr Park, 4
spent last week in Stewart. :2284..E! % of NF'of 8/D 0, D Kereey Bit 6.74 at' VK on R/W 70 yd.. W
I, 1'. Kx :2In MJCor 3000-Lot 8 A 7 of CS" MVV'. "* 35 yd.. a 70 )114|
Miss and their daughters Hlk 2 In owllnir NK4 A run \V 15 Ft
18 8 33 is Ernmt Dell 25,12 H to Sec lln* then K
7Uj Ft for
I Mrs Ted Curtis and family :2IT7!: -Com 420 Ft" N Park S/U Kx, Sly then W Apob to Beg. ->jA In riK-:
3071,
: and Mrs. Richard Castle returned from"' Hi,': Cor of 64 Katie M. Stok. I.84'' 281:' Ft R' 407'j', Ft Ft N S '. of 8W'4' 33 7 13 A, H. ..1_. 1!.?|
41\4 nt "'W'1, A
Hun W 3135: --F B Ft of Lot to POD 33 a gg a Jam** W Patray, 1213- .All that Port
home with them for lift Ft .N '
: Jr. 84 of W'4 of NW'4between
W of
io 8 & 21; Ft Lot 104
:10
Ft K 115
Ft H
.
4414 .
Com KK '
at
NW
awhile
Ft to I'OH 21 8 21in Josephine lleron 8 93 7 of Illk 28 In 0.111 Cor of NK'4 of llwy A N of Ur Rd 36 7 12 14 William H Hall Jr. S..4R >

The 4th grade went on a 2417Com. nt NH Cor Town of Starke John Htnlncwy 51.49 N\V% run K UO' H 6280-Lota 70 A 72 on
that
3101-1 Lot bPlntr
field trip to Gainesville! Mon- of 'HIM. H :II | 'ff Wno Port 1)'ln.N of JSV:; to H Hlilo of I'll- Pine on CryetalLake
!I tn IV of Kit a
Honilt Atterkury SM8 ..M
Elk) :II In orltr Town nal for POt. Cont D. '
with their
day teacher Mrs. 6115) -Lot Hi Oak
on
of Staike Fx': N 20VRod 14 115'. W 350' to
12
Ditw on Cr Ht14flll
Wand John. and! Mrs. llavi. of CryitaJ lakeHomodtee
RAW bv KK Cunu.1. Ely: Alon
4' H 18 D'V/ I Lyn Can.BkMMI ..94)
and Mrs Gertrude Slade in for ion.' Cont HIN W bv Ihornpnnn Nt.a Canal. 18o)) to POB 33 82 JLeeta M. UcQue.n 12.94 '

They'I..ItI'd the Nuclear Engineering ) 1 I.iv V 211)) ) :N 72 Dow In OK HK 4470 Com nt NE 6147I.t 46 on Cypries
DieV 100. N 18 10-180 J. L. Andrew 11 34 Cor of M4 of

Facilities! at the University ]1'K I210'! V 72 I D* 3227Ctlm Bt VWor I NE'4 1 A run S *84 toll Lake Ave Homealt In' Cry- Arnold Q, Srattn I*.It

of FloiUH and were i I': mo to, POI 21 8 32 Marvin E. Noel 1394 ('. of dill. \ &" Buy Ft fur Apob "run W 5I': Lota 49 A It
St., run N 21A.65 ,Ft, 2'I9 Ft H 107 Ft M .

guided by Carl Napolitano 2111--1 Lot '"0' HAW W l2l"t\ for J'll! Ft N 128 Ft to on tal CyprniM lake H..lte.of, Cry* James W. Lte .94))

Mr. and Miss Frank Brown 1 h\' 210'' N&Sin. POn Hun N 94.11 Ft POE 34 8 22 1 Alma Orlffle 32 9J 5146-Lot 77 A. 79 on
>; W Cor of ,:4.< of Wly 16577 Ft Sly 1471AHeg 444 WIt of Cryatal
and daughters of Winter Ha- HIS if Ul\\: llnI. 6T>!1' N of IN|J 'or Cypre
7H I Ft Kly 155 Ft lake Ilumeeltea. John D. Patt-..a. S.tRiohard ). .
ven were visiting Mrs T. on N bv ('..n.r Ht POH 23 8 S3a 2rll.N N B18i-A:; Lot 81 of
or 144 06 -
W. J. Studtlll re211Y. 2JO'.h
In H ,1 I Trplex' ) l RII 21 8 22 Marvin E Noegel 86.9J ) I ) .
Brown last<; Saturday. : i ; 2210'urn( at NK CryMiU Lake Ho", .
F'I 241:1NW: of HlkJ Cor of Broailwav to Beg- 34 8 Si 1 R O Robert 17.53H Blt*. D. Carter uM
Mr and lies Bill 'Vel<; S ,,f 11.2 \V aNI : HOT Bugat
A ('r. HtH run N lOG Ml BJ7i>- Lot I on Palm
and son of SummPiftcld liit-i'::1>. :1 t of W Illk..f 2 TernHI Sot" I rt. i I': iJ'j .'1. s 101Ft ('ir of NW '14 ,..fSW' of Cryatal Lak.Hon..It. .

W &2t' Ft 4 A inn ** let MIL Corp
the weekend with Mr and ..* Mill $/0 21 8 23 Gateway laduvtrli. POH to 28 33 :311,6'V: itit.r,'' N at. Ituart tla
.
11.. 1051: .79 Roman M Alvara, 21.10
Mrs. Jel'l'YVad!>worth. S214-I lot 210 Ft R I 161.5', K 381.5*' toSB 5378-A Ber at NWCnr .

A \\ l hv I 101 Kt N HHntl POt 3$2 IH Jacouella A Moorer 75.99 ot> NWi nf
Oil
Mrs. D. E. Hill left Mondayfor :2417-Pan+ i>1 llntf
10. Itv Nnwor 4522'onl at /NK'4 run K 460'for
UK 17-17:1: A D'M
Fallen Nev. tol.lt her Olt HK 27 I'll 4H1 21 8 22 Pioneer Flnanr Co 49 11 lh>' N hv.J>un4.iui & 'or of N":'. of POD M. 105. W
\\ l.\ Walnut. Ht. 106' N 10:;' K: 10V 9
mother Mrs. Ruth Mills and 2)) 17-A -- Him HI: N HK' A rill W 14') ,
of HW C.r of. NHVl' \ .i..,' OK HK 8 PU on N Ililrv of ltd 1 to POB eel per Prop IfOorHoua.onwronlJ '

other relatives. While there of, "W''.. I Ii! 100'."" 673 28 8 22 Jo..h E. H 10(1(, N 100')))) W GO', t't'. A.. .. e. 4

she will attend n reunion of j, 100'V 100', a Hlld.rbranMark 137.81\ H ion' to Rd K on land t 8 IS --..... _..,. Ureet. 114)

her iournallsm class and sh 100 to. Hi K 21 8 22 Johnnie Cuvlnnton 65,OB 3102-Lot* 1 2 of Rd I 50' to POB S4. *3 P opl*'. National 5179: -O>m at a Pt on -

0ACom> at PHor !ilk 7 In /. T A Coa Fund 101 W tide of K/W on I
plans to stop in Galveston lln. !!..... 2 A
N of
( ofW'4 of HII'x: K/W' Lan 9 94 4528-N'<(, of SRS/: ( of I IIIW'
Texas to visit hei brother M1'' W :IT:; for. 5120-Lot I t I.1 4 of Hlk ; of Si:>4 Kx: run H on R/W !96 'f'

Gordon Mills VOII W 1011'. N 31 I 11 In I. T. A" dm "'II!( M tta Harmon 16.71 R/W Fx I>rulnawA ) yd. W IB yd*. N 95yd

1)>'a I I': 141. M 4 lOt)', 1121: ---l/"t 2 of Hlk eiiNAiiieat, 84. U I R 111. Joae X 18 91I' to Nee lln. then '

Mr and Mis' Frank Thomas H Ji Dear' w ill to I 11:; In I. Tilt Con H/I Malta Harmon 6,14 4557ill: 900) Ft of IS djn Hec Una to 74fBarl
1'OH 21 8 21 Jtaalno C Gardner 23: .62 33211-.I'J'At i: <.r L.otH 1 NWH' of M'it) N of I I II ./1 A, K. Keleey .

spent Sunday in Graham with '131 I ('om at SI1i I A 2 of nlk 17 IIIlj ('0 (Ur ltd Kx: 1 Lot OUII-I..t 21 of Lak. .

her mother who wits able to '"r ofl11'i:- : ot T ft Cox H/Il Jo Coleman 8,14 In KM Cor bvlnr Bedford 0'h'.7'L.t: I W. Caiu eat 4111,
11\\''i run \V 8042'to 255.61 A Kx 5471-H
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return from thehasoltal< c inGainesville pun >\, 41,41', iii7-i.."tM 3 & w erof ? Lot In HW beIn of Blk H In th. Ha .
lob 4 of Hll I ror Raymond M Calcak. 'J..t
von H/D
: 411.1'I ,
on Saturday. Mv 110'. Fly 15 In L. T .&: ('OMRPExN,311'oflot .* JOHir K'I| Kx 5 of Elk
-Lot
sly I 101.8' to POB .. Lot 104.J5' -20 .1I' 95 8 II Edgar OllMon 1113 5499
Int In
In "" of Hlk 8 H 'caloman II 31 D A 1/20th
4
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3 )ilk 15
2973 Tract E of BedfordOak
THE RIGHT POINT for the of K2W romp S/D 21 8 11 Mr.. Emma Murrb 31J7-A: -11 IS' of i"tit NVV' 35 I 13 10 Dorothy tr..tr 13.324U"W' S/D 8ta.ldr *

wrlw'orne In ajidMwlect 4H Com S Linn :1 I ,..rlIk 11In Ij T Wlndhana. 14.SI
way .
you t 'nti I st of .mll"a' A (O'14 I SIT> Annie Tyon 3,66 i of SWUK

:your iiivo.Ue E 'rER- H, ]D at Int with I I111W U :11J9 I -II 11 Kt of Lot uf Bt Kd I IUOAFx 6501-Lot 7, I, Blk
of RK run HIV Illk 15 AE58 Hy lit Kx: R/W
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1110 Ft POH font Kx> 3V4A\!, an demo
Ft of Lot 3 A 4 of Tract B In Bedford .
GRAPH.HOUSEHOLD. !NIy 210 pt. Isly10 J-T A Cox PH 90-J14:! A Kx> Par
Hlk 18 III Oak T. W. Potts 1....4
Ft Sly 210 Ft Wly 22 A T. Paul 3211 RID Mark,Colvman .Ir **t 81.18 In OR 1-PO :1 I aa. 22 1* Z Z L.* i.. 1061418414.'K / I 5501: -Lot 3 of Blk D .
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2Gnxl.ot,$ 2 A 8 of 4 of Hlk 18 In L of KR Tract K. In Bedford .

Hlk II: fx H 19Hi\ U Barnes I.P4 T & Con H/ll T. J. Alderman 31.ti W N 14902.K/W N 20H 71', Oak. .'....i* 11:. akr, M.I$ ,

In N; Kno H/D Charles nr>4- ix>tH ::1 i I. 4 of K: u.a'' to W R/W/ 5508-Be* at lat of
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Franc Lilly
R/W 175 8 14
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r ..,t 3 of Blk 80in ) I iI deg 19 min B 144.5 .
DIMo.. Sally' F. WUIIuni 3901 {Ortffl et al) II.53 H 49 dog 60 minE
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3-n, Lot I of ilk 1 41 In L. T. A I 125.to Lak,
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iiKim 82.30 In I. (
: Aaron HolUy -Com 6296' E
; 8 to POB 13. II hlrUy Fraak'Jak..o.
It W 'I of Hlk 45 of NW Cor of NJo:''. II14Kdward
Frances
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..at: Lot' 10 of H1Uin Queen Ether Green 13.alDlile 1401-Lot 1 of Blk 480 John H. Illrk 31.32f 107.8'. K I 11152. N HID M Crvl II.It

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!Ih'(, V .of MW Cor ofNW' In L T A CJH( S/D liamooe 815 Mt. PInt SID 4 David M. Martla 117*

= of 8W'4V 3484-Lot 11 of Blk Bill Klonda it,4frnmt <> 5540-Lot. II, II of
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I 100. H 60 to PUU 13 I Itt Acceptance 2 Oft Hl<><'k 24 lot- NK'i>: A run N f Bl fI S19- Traot 10- a..1VoUkopol'
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I In :Nat' I WIlllaml' !S/D Levy Innon 42.91 Ft for n 1'OH, run,: m Lakl !8/D! iyga M W. ......... III.lII .

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nerd l BK 70 1'1361 I to POH Kx K/W : Leo Troy Geiger 43.51 NKH A run F. 800Ft 1737 Cam at Sill

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W lllla.ni. ,1I.u W". of NK>4 "fHK'4 7 t 22 ( Asal** n..tauraat til.SI ly 188 5' for POD,

;: of NH:%. N 4801_WV4 Oft SW',4 Chen Nly 1186' to N
2177-"'<>."m at HW fnr 78 W 100 F'. of NK'/i'\ 10 7 22 1* Tom D.asl. line of SVj of /NKIU! \
or SW''. of HWUAi Hardy 111 09 Ely 55' 8 120.1'Illy .
STARKEBUSINESS lion K: on ',. Menline S 78'. B 100 to 10.1 10 I' to FOB 141 | 18 .
29 I 12 Aaron Vumoer 4$05-W'/' SW'i ofNW' / OiUfc. 'War*)** It.41C
700 Kt for fOJ( b.e ,' Kx 1-A ai In 6729 Crwn, at *S1
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2."o-14'-e; nt HW for! SK' % of NE".. 4810-A -Cwm at NM Wly on N tin. 51',

of V\\ '. of SWI4 run N T*' W Cur of SW'4 of Sly 1100fc.ly: t

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line (80 Ft for H /88' K 114.: S IV W ti> /NW Cor of G1Hlot 1 of Bit

f"I ,,11 V 200 Ft J K: 2001 to POH Ex> Ely>: 2.76 A for PH 1 In K>: Et. l*ta*.

K 50 Ft S 20O "'t OR BK 3I'U\ 611 W ISO., M 1DO'. 13: 3D', I Corp. I.ffl
to Nor Itn.V A Kx: "R :Ti-587< N 100 to POB II 7 22 11\I. .t.... USKaynMm 5789- Lot 7 of Blk 4
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REPAIRS nliinir. *4 Sw' line 60 2In Flnrhavwi S/U eonard Orlffla 1474 II...... la C. In Kyton Bat Kayet.ao XetateCor

Ft to "nn 22 6 23 levy LenDon"'. 11.94 K\ OK HK 41-171 29 t aa Bill) I E. Coatellu" 51.70 48111 Lot In' "TIn ', *. |.M

2B8-A- W 60' of N 1909) -.I...t r> "f Hlk 2 HW Cor of SWU 011' (790-Lot I of Blk 4
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of W'i'{ of 'WI, ofSW' :3911) /1-1 I Lot h..lnlf 84' 4990AHPs. w.t riR I Corp. 1.11ICeyeteaa
Earl's Garage ', ix: Hl\\ lie"*. N A I S hy 110' JoJ! Cor of of III7-A Beg 780' B of

OK DIC 17 I'O 6115 22 < 22 Baa.Jr W Hml" N hy Lot I I.M I. BI5': W 1) N 100', NK our of NWV ->fNW'4 ".

AIX Kixns:: OFAI..TO .t al 7686 hy lot 2.V lir K: 75', a 100' to S 814 W
2S1B--r-om at NW 'or Lot 4 In Hlk 1 lira; 20 7 II Mid !! taf. 1311' to Ely R/W OrKd
REPAIR: WORKAll of I
Work Guaranteed A Run I I':! 520 Ft for (HI 99'. K 941.411' to .

n fort then run H 3920-SW'4<| of Lot 1I 4984 LoU 648 POB A. Par D4MM :
Phone 069-2061 100 Ft B RO Ft N I IIIk li OuHklnn AAA' I Ur*. N. B. Boiler 4.55Ancll H/D of SW' ofSW' It..III I. Oft BK it r II* II ( IS alatattrCvrp .
1249H5 I Jllltoa TM h- ..lI
So. Walnut, Star'.e ton FtV 50 Ft to 3971-1 wi .\ In HK ,. 30 f .
222B17 I 23 ofSWI All Lot 9 K 3950-Lot 9 of Blk 11
POB Hudm.B.tlna. of .NU"
49.11 C.r 1311 1 of KCB alUp. N.;
21/1'/ 29 II II 1 W. Orirri of of Unit
helntc "I Wt4idof13SW'4 111'0....... 184.M
of $
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AUTO SERVICE of S\V. of WH t'nlt In Haratoica.1 a N. L. Woodburn 1531 4im Com at NW 1* in KCB Unit 1 X..I_. Estates

run M 100 Ft for a """' r-om VE Cor Cur of Lot 9D Corp 11861181tot
then run KHO SW'4 o* SW'i
FOR of
of tract a Wutplne
t 1* of Elk .
Ft" t 10 FtV A X SO Ft for "
to run
S. Brown HIP "Sly 82.84"
Gilbert 1 llatate
16n/ KCK) Unit aTeyMona
Jftfl Ft X 60 Ft topfn POB Cont HEIV 1 POB then Jo': to M
42'1V
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Standard OH Service StationATUAS x \ 90' N 82. K ) Vernoulade 8013- 1 Lot In llfl
James Swt
251,1( (om lit NW to FOB 396 Ft Wly to cor of SJ4 of Nh:'.
IIW' of ,- jr. 5510 of iU: of NK'4: ot
of i4
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TIRES & BATTERIES Ft. I K: 100) Ft for a SW Ci/r of ,.p;', '"fHK'4 1020-I-A Sit! !II.! .. W ofUr by 110 Ft B ft WEs

Road Service poll run "8 100)) "'t. : run H on K Rd l "NK 41 61tilial E 59' II 1 11 *> .
Budget Terma I'.t": orU 'II t JAroy "*"''en ,7ok.a1. L. "I..... II.,*
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Phone 934-7071 W 2VI(. Ft to POU 22 4 22 : 114 01'. N 11414 6034Lot 2 la Mt.Vernnn )* Sullivan' 11.74t NW Cor e nt K 1.0'i .

407 N. Temple StarkeHURST'S 27,10,) foiil' at NW I"V lln" nt Hf.U: 8/D U 7" g 290' to Lak, W-

(',,r of IW'! ', ,,fSW of SB', W on lln) 5):14\ -w 488' of NE'i T. AJdvrtnau I.34t along Lak. 110' N
Arthur L Broeky 537 of Rd IN 39gg1 7 2i
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I 0214' to POM .
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Ft K: IS1) Ft for .a 23.04' K A -|xvt* 4 A 13 8/D
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of R. Qoff 111.14
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Rd II.7 ,8161-
110 Ft S NWH Kx>
100/ Ft' F: of SB'4K .
of ""; .
T. D. Wklaaoa k. 114.44
__ SHELL, |100, H W 110 Ft" to Marie Jon. Z 13.74 97 21', 'H' 75, W ISOIIO-J.U Jl I thru 21 Beach .
d U AUa-rei Jr. 17,81Waitar 1 Lot 3 8116- Lot 141 A 11
FOR H 93 08': V 75' to Oflt 21 6 2J Owea R of Blk
Indian Ba...h _
Station
Service NW t 4 of Blk 5 /n59Go In .
Corn at
2704( 4202-A-Hrtc atntor 'L. .
Park talng N Oak I 1C. _...u ITStTIItIUSHU'
I ('?r of. HW'4 nr of Co Or I Ril with I ,
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Lubrication XBU.TTAX '
Gas Oils "HW'4 R''"> B F. line "fW'; of of H 250' of B'4
for ofNBH COLL.I3CTOKBfaar4la
Batter!** It 110 Ft of Eta of Nfl,
Goodyear' Tire Ft SBV4! N 157. W 1&.
SERVICE prill. r InV 60 Ft. Sly 867'. BEly IS1 W of IIR an' IQ I U ; .. ,Jkl*>cma IIII 141 lIae Cu i. U, ..rl.a

ROAD 100 Ft. E 60' Ft, 7.U to POB 10 t 32 Q. Lena; I Si
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SIXTEEN BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA THfRSnAY!' MAY. 28. 1988
I PAGE TELEGRAPH. STARKF
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ted and appointed officers the other men prepared the on May 30. 31. mid June 1. room manager at Melrose the Misses Voyles, Connie each Sunday. JEYC 83:; P. M I NOTJCK OF! I'ltriHATR/ .1 ii.n.. .. I 1'111.I.d .
'ro11 I'HI-HCTIH Ind'I'iKtcil. iSle Jnd 'lay ut Slay.I .
KEYSTONE will he held on May 30 at chicken barbecue. PTA was held Monday High> School. I King Ginny Simmons Linda each Sunday. The "KnlutH: 9:30 a, 111 to formulate plans MK.XON.\I.S: night May 30. in the school The Training Union Classat Price. Diane Addison Becky You are. Iwi'eliy, nuLl fi..uii cHARr.is':. A OAnnvCl
HILITES for the fall bai.mr. Mrs Enjign Ruth Ann McDou- cafet l'la. The Beta Club the Ellnm Baptist Church Jenkins, and Linda Hubner. Dally offices of Morningand : .n written I Instrument IIlJ"f> ," < i'k of flu .nil Omul, n(
t.. .hu the net will ant) 13,1 ii ford Count' .3, Flivrhla' ,
Evening 8.00 A
Prayer
Chnrlcs Wallenlus Is general gall, USN Nurse Corps. Great opened their bahy-stitlnB! had 4t r, ju
chairman assisted by Mrs Lakes Naval Station was a service in the first grade evening at 4 p. m. other teacher of this group, M.: and 9:00: P. 1'01Pr"lIbvterlan KtlmlttcMl to prnhHte In

I Continued From Page 13J] I Roy Bridges. Members and'' recent weekend guest of her room as they have in the past. Next, !: Sunday is Pentecost was Instrumental in getting loiirt, You are hi roli.v .'." ,
iiileiuliti. ...
fi I lends traveling to othoi-:! cousin. Mrs. Kenneth Reed, This has been a service protect Sunday: the birthday of the Mis. Arlzzl to the party so I Faith Presbyterian Church ed I I'rnhi,! within I tluilulc Hlx ,of I Ihe I Ural "

ays. "We're getting real citi parts of the country: this and Mr Reed of the Lady |I for the club this year. Universal Christian Church. the ilrls could present her lll'tltlllM, .,, llT tlllH ,III.til, ( ,I10 '
fled'!" summer are asked try briiv: Susan Restaurant Durln: the meeting- the hon01' marking the outpouring of with a pink Peace Rose and I -Rev. J. R Neiile JI. minister In I HUH. 1'1'1 I .anil .ho,,' ... .

An-t n ht here we would l1 i back ideas and articles for Mis. William Firth is still I students In each grad? the Holy Spirit. There will enjoy a. hamburger cook-out' ; Mr W. A Wallace organist ,if nnv"' you tan, why ''t.'! .. ,..
: Mrs. Carl Swisher of I ihls curt" In nilniltmiK!
like '0 SOY that we wish the |II the Travel, Table. rei-uijeiptiii slowly from re- were recognized. They were be Membership Roll Call In with all the trimmings. Thess Mill I I I I lo probitlu. sh.il Id ',ot

Keystone Library would come Dr. Albert Holt. Col! an iMI'S rent She Is at Lisa Benson and Steve Rho- the rooming Worshl;> Spiviic same girls were guest singersat summer organist. ,iiurevoltt,

up with a plan whereby pa- David Nelson nnd Mis the home eye surgery.of her son and ien: :rade 1 : Harry Wagner at the Melrose( Methodist the Kiwanis Club meeting Sunday Schoul, 9.-U ... m /a/ Tlioroii,, V. VnwnI'OL'NTY, .ll'llOB'

tions could return their William Walsh attended th' dauhter-ln-lixw:; In Starke. grade 2. Darrell White. Teri Church. In Palatka on T'hul'sdayand Morning Worship 11 a m l.llist>t IMlhllrllllun. .. on I IJtll

books( when the librarian 20th annual: mpetlnit of the I i esa Baker and Hairy Mor- The MYF\ of the Melrose quite '\ talented ensemble they Sunday, (Nursery open both ..r .tuo'''' ,\, l II, I)UIIII) ).

if n't% on duty Some kind of a United Chnvch Women of i gao, !grade 3. Carolyn Jorda.i Methodist: \ Church Instable are! hours.J 'V hi,uii,, C At. l'li'-.t-, ,

"Snorkel." like the Post Office Florida In Vero Beach, May PEACE PIPEPATTER and Patricia Naples crade 4; their new officers last Sun- The James Robbins family .altss I I' 0 LMa At 'lj''i."r W HMO:) (

( 17-19. I Stephnnie: Bannister :and Don- day night There was a short had us their guests for lunchon THE RIGHT POINT for the Starkf, 1.10"1

MI',.. John Hlmble is reco r rerlnsr 'I aId Melarum. grade 5: Bill business! meeting in the Ed- Sunday. Margaret's broth- war you wrIte. fr'ome in nnd :; It I; E.

from suruerv pt Bradford Mldium: grade 6: Donna ucation Building. The MYP ers. Bill and Bob Strickland, elect your favorite KMTRK-: :
NEWS NOTES Ccunty Hospital! Mrs i I Continued From Pise 131 I II ,, Sparkman and Mike Vallde- proceeded! over to the churchfor and their families all of BROOK fountain pi-n. TELE- :\tll'it i i.: iii.>!' 'l'I'III' \' '
rim 'i" \\ i>r.ri: JohnsChadey
Julian King/ l is still patlen' 1 the relics and anlfarts on i I lull I'a'e: 7: Roxanne Ketch sinking songs and the Jacksonville. GRAPH. I fvi.. I IIII.HI I I'. H.
I Continued From pjge 131 at St. Vincent's Hospital! In discovered that.Ploi'icla 1 And Tine Dickie grade 8; candMlsht service. Rev. MI"! Jo Strandberg calledIn NOTICIis: ) iiKitKriy(: : \ :
: ellsplnv they II0111'1'
tip 'Illi-: < 01 Vl'lJLIK.H
moth- Gina'assa: and Pat Cox. Watts was guest speaker.Mrs. her "tidbit" as she refersto I Inn, Air.( /R. b, Hiiltitn the, .'i.'f(. i ii.f
Jacksonville and her :, nil
the fnllowlng new officers was the site of im- \lII'ultn I (01 Niv. u tillfiilluwlllft: ri'rilfi" ,, .
suffered grade 9. Sharon Brown grade Ronald Arrowsmlth. her items- son Paul. Lee r\Ti: fl.!' FI.OIIIII
er-in-law who
an ,
were introduced: President. poitant' e\>ents before and has flh il Hiild ,' 'ri Ifli'iUi-n
Mrs Walter Orolick: 1st VIc accident some months ago \Is I after the Spanish icttlement 10: Nincy Klnssburv. grade MYF counselor conaratu- and Greg and Lee's sister, In Etta rlt C the. II..over KHtatn: il,nf t. I tax ,1ie.I. be Inhiit/il. ., th .
( 'I'I t 'itTo ) .
grad lated the membpr8.The'e Virginia were visiting them 'l'h"I i ei tiricillo ...,m""hrs this
still in convalescent homthen' 11 Pat Shaughnessy new .... question:
President Mrs. Albert Bachman \ a They'oul:1: like to express" All "h. II iinr i-oiicrrii- .
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vfiim of I iMHuuiii'i* tin* i1" Hi \
from Atlanta Ga. so they
12. was Joint prayer, then NotU la hctfby" KI,.'" till I IJ
2nd Vice President, Mrs .
to : '
their mill I
appreciation .. I tlon of I hiiirmiiT'' v '
drove down from Jacksonvilleto ..m N. F:. Chile (MUM ru a horrible feeling to
Other features of the lastPTA back to the Education Building c il his ....
I In \vlilch I It !
was
Mrs William Walz; Secretary lIomIJiF.US: : C.IXHThe Lelno Mrs. J. I). Pay Ion.1TI'S iiiiiiM'H'
finali- ort 1'x"'ul: ,
> n N nf ri-
: follows: for refreshments nnl! show her the lake and the | n ,rolloWH, in the burn door
:
meeting'!! were as are' an
Mrs William Beam Jr. final meeting and'! M Wrinkle, Mrs.1nx: natal l t I" ( f hllla: i. f. llnnxi'i-. iliceimed .
Tieasurer. Mrs. Bernard Slo- I' cookout of the local Homemakers Moonevhr.m.: Mrs T. W W.ir- science\ fair in Mrs. Jone record playing.\ The new officers surrounding area. .; that un .1 ii ri., :0 i, I limit). he "Yi-iir"1'11(1"1'" ((of &Isi..uun'I No.. I I'? I I'tit' I t. see the hail heat
I fourth: Rrade class, installation are: president Linda Mis. Connie Barnhill had will apply l | tn I tlir). llon.ii/.. ,':ihli.Th to shreds It's
comb. Club at the home ofMI' rrn. Mrs W. A. Scales Mrs R 1''eeriptI!on of I I..o'y' | I crop
,
I j of officers for J 1968-67: Price: vice president Tommy company from Green Cove ron A Vn a n, "//llIly '.Itnluc'1of I 111Ia( Ucgr ut. N\\' Cur: of /s: lot
The president named the an'Mrs.! Gene Buffington / C. Jar'son' and others!! fort Krudforrl C...unt I>'. Pi 0 nil... ( worse when you don't
: Bill Baker. Everson and Carol Cham- Sprincs on Sunday. Mr. and i.f a"i, of N\V ion S
following committee chair- on May 18 was enjoyed t heir splendid corporitlonMrs. i I by Prts'dent for ni>)>i'ovil( of tuili. ,! filial I return for lOll t K 7f.', M 1 11)0V) ) Crop-Hail Insurance.
I Junior-Senior Prom blee. Roth- Mrs. Charles Agin and family .nil for
The secretary: Pegarv' u HI"H'fOViI| | of cllutrtbiulon '
men' Spiritual Life. Mrs A by about 25 members ani Relta Walker. Home, i N I KM'( t to PUll( Si'i25: T-B-H: percentage of the
was held last Saturday in, the hammer; and Treasurer spent the day here and they a nil for final I illHiluiiK"UH ( 2J-K:,
C Holt: Membership Mr3 several guests.At Economics' tenrhpr! would I 1, They followedI Teen Rothhammer. all! enjoyed a cook-out plus exe,'"tor of (he IIIHI will .ViLine", 111 whlih .iMnc'iHod. of the crop does hail
Bridges and Mis. David the meeting ptecedln." all 'ho hav" Rymnasium .en.) tfBlamonl of Ktln: C I llooxAr ,.
Roy like to thank 101m I.' IloineH.' IIH
welcome "harassment" cost?
the -
I an oilental theme and the PERSONALSMr. constant ctuceuMefj.. Miiv, II, I i1(111.' .. .. ,
Nelson Finance. Mrs Fran the luncheon. All of said property "
: demonstrations
: 1I1'a.Ianmret made talks and given -
of folks beginningto JAMKH: ::,j I':. f'llAfi':
decor- '
I I gym! was beautifully: and Mrs. Bunyon Kelly the (..1111 Iy of Uradiford. I
Ilsen. Sunshine Mrs. Cecil Nelson Extension Home : to her clalls"8 this drive In and inquire about I xeuutor or tlic, rTHtuli: ofUtta E. John!
I ntpJ The oriental touch wasaddfd spent the weekend with theh'daughter. of Flunlila.t'nless
O'Brien! ; Hospitality Mrs. Economics Agent: demonstrates year, Recently. Mr. Wllllnm i getting cottage for summer C Hoover, .l.eeea.l.( ,, '.....h eertlflfHte or\
to refreshments also Mr. and Mrs. Pat a
5/12 U
Nettle Stitchberry' and Mrs. ;!, several new leclpes. I Rpjnr.lds! spoke to the classon vacation. 6/2 tlflc.iten I ,t nliall I l lni ri'd'-omeil, Agency
the musls furnlsh- rick Ollsson and daughter.
not to
but '
('ordlnif I to I I.t W I thw ('
Ruth Gieeson; Kitchen. Mrs. including barbecued chlcke.i ( policies concerning automobiles -I pd by the "Teddv: Bears." Melanie of Miami.Mr. Mrs. Eunice Miller of Gain- In lit*. Ciiuiitv .1"...I....*'" 4'.....1 I In ,I"'rlhed" I In ,...u'l, li "ertif l 131 S. Walnut St.
R A. Gaunt; Visitation Mrs livers.\ I and home owners in- their! esville and Mr. and Mrs. Waiter IS lid. for lli-ii.lf.iril. 1'iiiinM.hliirliln. i' ill tie. ",,1,1, ,to 'the. IllKllcit, <
with and
The mniors. along Mrs. Glynn Roth-
C H. Donahoe: Plaalst. Ml-. Guest the cook- suran.-p. :Mrs Sandra McCoy | '.1.i. ,. .1' th,. ,,,Ill-i i hi'llMe. ,il I.."1 PHONE 9610201community )
Senlnx. enjoying I 1 sponsors. Mr Jackson and hammer, and Mr. and Mrs. Crown of Plant City had Tn le: I KKtHli, "r V'ltut, 'I' the, fn., Mi.iuI'M ,I n, M<.,,' '
C H Haberstroh: ( out included Rev. and :MrsBjwen I of Clav Electric: CoOlJel'allwAV" Mrs Valldejull. are to be Albert Schoenaman attendedthe fish dinner with all the trimmings Ufft, Mrs Arzle Williams: Wel I 01 the 1st Baptist\ a talk (on "PHnnln: : congratulated: for their! efforts District Annual Leaders with this family on
fare. Mrs\ Bert Chnstoffers.Sr Electllcal KltchP'.is" Also 1.L..L..L..L..L..J..J.
Church Rev. A, E. Rather. : which made- the annual eventSO Appreciation Dinner at the Thursday night. ,j .&. _j. .1. .1. .5. ..L .5. .J..J.' a. .a. .L .a. ..L ..L .a.. .s.. ,i_
: Publicity Mrs. 1". P. Mrs RObert Montgomery of from the CooP.11': Charlei; I A w # ft ft ?% ? iS 5
I'u"cpssful. Holiday Inn. in Gainesville I We consider: ourselves lucky .- .. .
Eaan. I Jacksonville and Spring; Hutfhlnsnn gAV".1 riomon- 'I I .- ,...
We have lust been notifle1thnt May 17. for having rotten: a few of
Each circle met In reparalcBioups Lake. and Mrs P111113)gomet'y :Mont- end organized: for the of Chicago a guest colds And each member mad' .1 :..-
sessions for Memorial in let
I have summer a ? Hospital berries this week. so me
In, of !Mis Esther; of one Mrs\ Melba Il'jen aol *
new year starting September Knwr
limited number of elemen- Dayton. Ohio. We hope him a give you the recipe for these ,.
1 I Mis Dick! Lovorn "open
White Fpather Court Rave tnrv students. The subfects fast reco\ery. and a safe trio extra pounds I will) have"leftover" *
A mealing of all circle 1 Mr 'M'Call. Clay County hOlls,'" to the ndvnnoelhnmcm'iklnir taushf will be reading. English home here to his family from all these good P? -<,
I
chairmen co-chalimcn. elec- Axent! 'th the assistance of :, rlass v'ho re' and:! arithmetic Time for Ralph Cason visited his cakes I have been fixing: one :
(centlv hpsian a unit In housiii" MoreiopIiirithiS
each will be announced later parents. Mr. And Mrs R M. white cake mix; one small p1q
!. Thiotishont the school
TR.VEL AGENCY: iiunvrous others have but all three sublects will b? Cason this Sunday. Two of package! of strawberry Jell-o: (

yenr. taught' at Keystone School. their daughters visited them one half cup of salad oil ,

For Full Information and Reservations on S. S. Hanseatlc assisted I's' In ni'Mns In'erestinx' thcpl'OI'1m ; The Spring Concert to beheld recently also Mrs Cecil four eggs and a generous one' I read this ;

CIU'ISESlUI.I'J.S: : !smrs\ -IIOIKT.S: more Thursday.: Mav 26. at 3 Harris and> Mrs. George Thl half cup of mashed strawberries. -'
Our :pprPrlntlon to sll who ---J: ..... \
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BILL. AND LARETTA. BURNS HARRIMAN: p m promises to be very en- ] pen of Pnlatka.: Dump and blend then
havp isifsted In any wavsriloi ,
I tertiinlng! The theme 1'1oWlc Mr and Mrs. Henry Wll- bake in a tube pan In a 350 than other
$ n\im 1 ''ta"teVeI. : the World." liens the weekend is : Newspaper any
:\ Around spent degree oven. The icing *
'W3fdt ,IM ,iiH will be "om :>l'te'! Vllllt-I
u1 : ;
by th" ing with their onet4pound
u1 It I is belnat presented daughter. most simple also:
FIIlaTill' ret of the st'i- foiuth. fifth. sixth. nnd seventh and Mrs. Charles Perry of stick of oleo: one "

flot Laura St. 830-6374: 'rrn..I. Inc. dcii.t"tIi take their exam; aiaders under the direc- Atlanta Ga. pound package of confectioner *: publication in the irId..a..

tion of Mrs. Gwendolyn Her- Ellen, Rothhammer had a sugar and two tablespoonsof ,

nandez Admission Is $1 Birthday Family Party last meshed strawberries. De- '. ,.

adult' cull: 50 cents for fOI'1 Thursday at her parent's e-licl-.us'! \ A" *

KEYSTONE HEIGHTS.MELROSE$ dents The public l Is home She was six years old ; In closing remember i I

to attend and we hope to I II Two of her aunts from Gain- mule can not pull when he's "lIi '.\ .. ---- '

have a bii< turnout for the esville attended the affair. kicking! See .
ya-
I first attempt at a programof I Mrs. Sam Be.-ltham of I

BUSINESS DIRECTORY this type. Campvllle visited her sister

I Dedication:\ of the new gym- Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Wesleyfor 1
several days last week, Ii
naslum will be held Monday [l I

May '0. nt 8 p m. The publicIs I Sympathy for the famllv 1 1
APPLIANCES MELROSE IIOMK KKPAIK' I )tnvi'ed to attend. Mr.TVIVM of John S. Orlner. who pass- 1 -Baptist I

,, lll be guest speaker ed away last week. I
I J. D
FEDDER'S Auto Service Carpentry Serb ice for this occasion. The Junior and Senior .. First Baptist Rev

Masonry: Service High: School classes had: n Bowen. pastor; Ralph Cojyvlarud * * * * * * *

HEAT PUMPS Richard( Jones. Prop. 'abinets A Specialty .................................................. swimming party and! i e fresh- organist.!

Former Owner J. L. Motors CALL: ments at the home of the Worship. services : Sunday _
FOR YEAR 'ROUND Macclenny Holm.in's It a. m.. 7:30: p. m. [tnursery:

COMFORT KEYSTONE MELROSE Mig Nancy Wsely of openj.} Wednesday. 7:30: p. m I Ii r.Pi-r.rr -" ---.------- --.-- .-- -.--- .
-
General Repairs Home Repair I Gainesville!' visited her parents I Sunday School 9:45: a, m 1 i I II I., 4- .
New & Used Parts Ii .
CONTACT i Bv Sally Rothhammer and friends last weekend C nursery open}. Training Union I I t.
Standard Oil Products & Improvement Service 6:30 m. [ I Portable electric?
: p nursery open or getboth
REDFEARN'S Kt. 21-South of "' ''''''..'''''''''''''''.....''''''........ A''''''''' I I tT$

I\IIIROSK: lie," f one llei'hts.: Fla Dunllrate Winners last I '.vvvvv..vvy.vv-vvyyy. . . . -Catholic St Williams-Fr. Edward A. i in one with a Smith-Corona. J

I'hone .1;;)-2111 week were: 1st place -Mrs
APPLIANCESFor USED CARS Klrb priest in charge.! Mrs.
A (!<1ni-riil C'ontriu'tiir. Spi"- B A Allen and Mr,. J, W. INDIAN BEACHLake E.: A. Lamm organist. I -, the portable tIat'ionthe5ove. !
\ 'IaIllnlt In the !'IIr.L Foster 2nd place-Mrs, Pale:,' :
Free Estimates t i Sunday-Mass, 7:30: a. m.
Hanks Used Cars .liihH' fur. I lie C.nn..nl..nl'e Boyd and :Mrs. John Strawn. \
Monday, Inquiry Class 7
Heights! i ( Santa Fe
Keystone of (the UmniMmnor.Serinu :3rd! I'lareTied, Mrs Marl ) I I
Clay and Cook. Miss Iva Htllver! and Mr* Jack F. Milter. Sr. p. m. Novena and Benediction.

4731252T :> BIG CASH DISCOUNT lira, l ford Counties :Mrs W J. Oroliclc, Mrs. Hen- ..........................................................................I, 7:30: p m.

T E It1:\ S ry Miikle. _.InterdemoninationglCommunity
\Verk]
[Held From Last
JI'IJSEKY' : Phyllis Odom. Pat: Harris. Church Dr

V Service Center BUY HELL: TRADE) Dell Matchott and Jerry Well!, news will be short and A. C. Holt minister: Mrs

O.C.Games Nursery Tasks: old officers of Junior sweet this mOI'nlng-we got George Ca.nOorll'an15t
.1. R. TIIIKS.: Proprietor Rt. 1 I3ox, 0(7lluv. (
Anthorized Motorola Phllcc I l-fIw.v jilt, FloruViortie" --,23 Beta Club initiated new officers carrlod away with house Sunday School 9:30: a, m

sales and Service 101) 14111.: .'.. S. SlJirUe Miles RE of Stark and members at Mrs. building this week aivl' did not Morning: Worship. 11 a. mNurst'fr"I'

Sr\lr On All :Make Nursery 'Stock Thou-" 'Harry Ormsbee's home on take time for much news. I f open both hours].
ands'! of Ilint k Fruit Lake Santa Fe. Sat. May 14 am afraid. Our good lends.

TV R.\JJO( STEREO WE HAVE GOOD Trees to choose from. Nice at 2:30: 7:30.: There was I the Harvey Finn family from -Epi conal

COLOR TV Shade'! Tre'.s. Rvergreansg. : swimming: skIIng. and a barbeque Melro-e spent Tuesday withus
St. Anne's Rev. ff W
Work! fl'jarsnteedTV Rentnl'' U.sed: Cars and Trucks Land;>ape Plants All in with Mrs Toothaker as '
'I helping Jack build and Worstall. vicar; R. O. Copeland -
Keystone Height. 4734651Auto contitnor-i: plant anytime
and
Toothaker :
I'rirraWe'll sponsor Mr just ''low grateful can this organist.Morning .
I At Sating C.meliap, : azaleas.Let .
:Mrs Oimsbee as ch 1pprone I bunch get?
Prayer Scr
and
'I u.s (do voti landscaping.I'ACKAfJE ( /
Got It J'or"ou: New officers: Jerry Teske Mi called in 2nd and
I'Janw, 614.4-:100: ( Peggy Voyles mono 4th Sundays
Sales & Service
I If We Don't have It president!! Judy Oimsbee. vice
to tell me that she had been 9:30: a. m. [nursery opnn
'I ( ; : STORE pi-evident: Betsey Huff. see- hostess" to a school group on Holy Eucharist and sermon

Authorized Dealer For Vernon Buff Garage ivtarv. : Curtis West treasurer Thursday of last week. The 1st and 3rd Sundays' 9:30: A

Chrysler Plymouth Vallent THE BLUE PINES New members: Steve very talented music teacher. M.: [nursery open], Churjl:

Simca International Harvester Huy. 100 Keystone Jlgts.I Dentermiun. Karen Hill. Mrs. Lynn Ailzzl of :Melrose l< School. 9:30: A. M. "Holy Eu-

Trucks Scout 4-Wheel I 473- 4370 Package Store & 1 Wendy Oodaey Judy Ms-: High School was feted with i I ohailst 8 a. m. each Sunday.
DilveClayton COCKTAIL 1.01'NUE: i Ornth Linda Perrv. Teens I 1 I
a surprise birthday party by Evening Prayer. 7:30: P. M
RevelsChrysler.Plymouth Rothhan.mer. Debra S. Short- I Itt -
HEAUTY SHOP Open 9 AM -12 P. :M ExceptS ridge. lynn, Sturdlvant Martha I aCoromej

on day Weaver and IladalynWeuhorst
Dance Everv !Saturday' '! Night e -

IXC.: Music of Connie and Serving Florida !( R% by SMITH-CORONA ) .
KEYSTONEBEAUTY A musical comedy "Swing- ,
Since 1950 '
The Fireballs Hinh" by Mary Lacy. .\ := : all the and wonder of f .
"NOBODY UNDCRSFI.LS: : SHOPEdith 4 :MII.KS: F.\ .r OP Inn __ L The Coronet gives you speed, ease

CLAYTON: REVELS" KEYSTONE: IIt:1CUT\!\ Paul Welrlck and Al Polham- .- :,.E.e4g &.w gIN electric typing .. at only a little more than the cost,of, am
presented Thursday .
us was ordinary portable. < -- -* -

1030 N, Orange .IiihiiHon. Osier LAKE LOTS And Frldy night! at 8 p, m. -... ...,..........,. --.-- _w,_._____4________._.,_int.a!: "--4-
Personal at ?M"lro High School. Mr .... '
Green Cove Springs 281-9811& I Lake Geneva' $:SWrt: ( (Terms) -'a. ----<- -d.5" '
& Creative Turn'oull furnished a band Mrs. Lucile ..
I/like Brooklyn *3.riOO( i Terms) Cordially .4''c
HairStyling from, Palatka Senior High FULL 88 CHARACTER KEYBOARD the same
Trailer Ixits $500 ,Terms\ GodwinRepresentative L4 S -
:SPRING:; MOTORSComplete :\IOI'I'O.\et() <; : numKKAint up : Schno' Much thanks to Ed WelcomesPh. = as on office electrics plus full-length, up-front tabu.

Individual Reality Care .\IS\L SI-KMCK: : Cltili'<"noiit for his! assistance: -=;: lation. Set clear, tabulate from the keyboard.

Service & Parts For Every Form of Beauty. Culture, AHH.
VOLKSWAGEN"It Open Tuea,-Sat. 9-5; Mrs, :M. Ilffpn. ITJ-ISlft: for the use of their spotlight 1013 E. Call St. Family to Your I at your fingertip command; spaces, dots, dashes, 'X's and
It's For A VolkswagenWe Closed Monday Copt R Ixworn. (I7U-4152: : Mr and Mr Odom. underlines. Type faster electricallyl!
Starke New Home
Have It." :Miss. Anne Slkes for helplni EARN TO TOUCH-TYPE
(
Ki-ystonB Height47348(13 S.E.McKay Realtor PERSONAL: TOUCH SELECTOR set the touch
,
of Good Used! Bill IN ONLY TEN DAYS!
Always Plenty with makeup. Dumpier
KEYSTOXK TtETGIIT3 that pleases you, and electricity does the work "pnnt
Get 5 LP records and instruc-
Volkswagens In Stock for h's' assistance with scenery -
Phone 4734816ttSI The State of Florida time!
C.rrrn ('0"" j Soring; 281-030"! I Electrical Sales & Sergio* : : Edna! Williams florist: tion pages in a handsome case perfect every
for only $3.95 when you pur- ALL TillS AND MORE -Page GageTM, Copy-Set
Mr Arnold and Mr. Brantle/ ,
} I'.U'U.N'fSBeidler's| !| = It Is To Make You Feel Welcome and
Our Desire
AUTO SERVICE for !'tthjl1D the programs. chase this handsome, new Adjustment, Forward-Glide top deck, Quick Set11 Mar.

Yeoman's Electrical Holiday 'local talent was. SenIor'! Hln\! To Acquaint You With Your City. Smith-Corona portable! gins and a deluxe Trimline carrying case.

KING'S Restaurant Chorus KEEP IN FASHION WITH TODAY'S NEW KIND OF ELECTRICAL LIVING
i I Mrs Maude Komer was installed If you are new In the area a phone ,
Sales & Service I
Service Station radar New Ownership :J as president for 19H61 II

OIL I'.\ EUE\!' 1 1067 Flo.-ida, Food service" Association I call will bring: you a prompt visit I
Frigidaire Appliances Only $159.36
USED CARS AT ,
FIne "rlew
Fond Moderately
of Putnam County
BARGAIN'PRICES .. May Zenith tag and Washers! Motorola TV OPEN: 7 DAYS WF.KKl-Y I nt Palatka Senior High I from your I local hostess. Please give Plus Tax

ELECTRIC Ziegler Heaters Full Ilnnvr)liItitlliin, T.ninnomAlii 1"tnii41'I ::School Frldav nlnht The t her a call! She has maps and many ,
lunch Room !Sotviol Man- I

, AND ACETYLENE: P. O. Knv. ; *166 MelroHP Z/.t I'IES: ;'liters and their workers and free and wonderful gifts for you
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH
WELDIVO I HKKK:
families en toyed a family
rhone I7.V4.Y71: 7 I 1 Illo.-k. Nii 'It of led LJght from I local businesses.! !
IEI.ROF: .7. -ISI ll'i't'-1TtNl': ( ? (i1i.'rrirn's I : mvlit .Hftci Instnlliii" the nf-
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