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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 2, 1966
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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1 $81,446 At AndersonCOllstrllctioll I Murder Charge Through CUBB Group





Set 1 Against Migrant $4l1i, 160 Head Start



AAiIITm4 At Fifth School 'Is Dismissed

: Grant Is ApprovedA

Mauler, : charges against" a

1 An SKI.446 contract was let PI ogress on two pioieit.salready mlitinntt: worker Bryant I

to Triest Construction Co. of under const! iictton VVhltfloM acre dismissed by $.t-l.l tliO( () federal want) for an 8-week Head Start'

t Keystone! Heights for an adition Lawtey Junior Iliuli<: tin:! "oimtv\ Judge; T A. Yawn Iwo I'all1lhi.+ :summer hn; been l approved by the Office

ant to Anderson:: Junior SouthMde Elementary. I following! n preliminary hear- of Economic Opportunity it wits announced Tuesday Sunday Closing

High School:: near Lawtey by good the architect s.ild IIK The Tuesday. II night at It meeting of the I Bradford: (County Economic
the B.adford County School "The steel work Is up on ninn had ben chargel Agency,

Board in a special; meeting both these Jobs( ," h" slid with lust degree( murder in
i.j Tuesday night. "and Hit: contractors hay the death of Ifnbsrt, Lee Ross, Tha jo-ahead for nil Inestl.lutn -: Rule Due Public
\ \ Into the feasibility homemaking services In
ilso ,
n Cr staite.l on the misniny.. ri inlnrant workelast\ 1
x Motion to award the bid to
vnv 17 at labor of two other projects) a.ypairound training they would work 20
n nearUellbiom
camp
also work
Trie it was made by H. A. Morgan reported hour
/ Hea.l Start )p o- per week and be paid I
; Springs\ !
lawson and seconded by was started Monday by Ti'leson glum :and a Neltihbnihood\ $1.25 per hour This project'
ke Elementary The court: also ordeied! that Review
the $93.0U2 Sill : TuesdayA
Arthur Holliday. Trlest was Youth Cusps, was also given has not yet been approved.The I
1 addition, and that) a 1 mn'-iUl. witness. John
$1,.098 under the next highestbid I
I CUBH Executive Dln-ctoi( P. group also approved
Open House Set Sunday submitted:! by A. J. Todd working plans are In Tallahassee Frazier who had been kept T. Nollii, by the Bradford Thames in their by-laws andorkec'
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'n Jnil fur. 13
for the physical education days be reimbursed -
Count Co of Jacksonville. : County urou.;) Dr, A. Y Cov- \\ on selecting! a 15member public hearing to sample
facility bt Bradford 1J1 h. at I the rule of $3
per I
The project, will add two Iniiton.: county health officer, board of directors opinion on Sunday closing

.' rlassron.n: a library, and Other projects set by HIPBoard day. also gave a report" on tin- auspices Since all appointments were 'hours is set next Tuesday
"'In. .'. ImmlHonip HPW ('hll"4'r..t' Commerce office at the corner. of full storage space to the existing In a $1.2 million building : Demi'v Sheriff Dal:: I -h Reddish of the !groups !pioiectcd not fl'ipl Tuesday night, '.h21 iBrad'm I June 6, at '71| p. m. by the

mid Uitliuit Slieett I has, given ii lift lit rue entire 4'l1t.1 I I>IIHIIPHM. iI ..trial, and. .1I. facilities All the new facilities program are! a $:Joo not) ( said his investigation, Home Health Aid Tiiilniim! 'd group will hold a'' Starke City Council.

i Is an ptumple of what <-ii<>|>erutl\p cnniiiiiiiilty effort run -cuiiiillsli. .\I..t..r, will be aIr-conditioned school nt Hampton and i I leve.ue'l. that Russ had at- proM.um: spec'a: election meeting' A decision must be made

the balsa. fiirnisliinKH."' uml,I msli. e\ii-nilitnrf| lit rruovulr. .. ", and I.T..nile. Ihr| nil called for In the specifications. $155000 one at Brooker 'I'ninted( to cuter the ,room 1 II j Hpad Start this summer :Monday June 13. at 7:30: In the rear future whether or
The building program I' I ore( ( ipli-d bv WhILflt>ld. and
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'building' ". "' ( ..trllniteil. !"> hiisliieMH, Industry, unil I ImUM.Iiials In Hie .-iiinf.j.. Three alternates to the being financed with I leicnui'" that tin latter struck Ross will be held at Starke, Elementary not to retain a present city

'I Il h.. otfl. "1'''. <.directors. and l stuff uf the. Slurke-ltritilforil' ('''''"ly Imml.er, .. .r \, basic bid for a spray glaze certificates supported bv lire with n metal adapter bur\ horn June l:!'a<> to Au- ordinance requiring places of

of, I .ouiiurn. hails the |public. I I.,, Uii open| |,,,.me In. HIP urw ,,|"h..... from. th"4'e on the walls, laminated plastic School Board's share of tin I fron: the bunk LJej.A'NIHl.olIl I gust 12 Approximately) 200 Suicide Verdict amusement dance f halls
tii. kit nVlofk. Siiinlay afternoonune. ro. shelving, and vinyl carpeting children are thought to be pool halls billiard rooms,
I v.ere all\ rejected by (Continued From Page* 01 I Hub'lc Defender ) the Cu'' 'eit( t age to paitlrlpnte" skating rinks and bowling
the Board as too expensive.At ;! PUP Shaw' Mild the state | this summer but .so tar only Given alleys ) to remain closed on
\hud idled! to show i By Jury
--- premeditation -
------------- one time the Board 1 110 names have been obtained Sunday. The council must
consld.'rt'd; abandoning:! thy or any evidence that Nolln haul:\ This summer's either enforce the present!

Assault Slick Break MadeEscape Anderson school and consolidating 'I"' murder had be'ii committed program Is for .child! en born I A verdict of suicide ban or take it from the

It! with the Lawtey Vote Recount I .. He ai-Kue.l, : that n l' in 1 WHO! < !) If a year-iound pro by a coroner's was Jury returned books.

Chargedl Junior High but it was decided ino'jiiblc( cause' had been ,' grams stalled this fall Itwill 'here TiiuHilny, In the death of The matter came to \light

i that present facilities U.I',1. and \uski-d& that the'I \ be for, thus> youngstersborn un Oklahoma woman on May several weeks ago when PeeWee

In Puzzles were too valuable to give up, Nets No ChangeThe I Continued On Page .'..'tl( :i I / in 1U81M. I. 17 at Silver Lake Dumpier requested a definition

"I'm very pleased with the .'. 'real and dental aid up: Tin- verdict, mild that :Mrs. of the difference between -

bids. We are now getting! !Damage Suit to $50 per child is part of the e\inil Anne Rlchardxon died ot pool rooms and:! amusement -

Chin id with) lusault with them down where they ought vote count of :MrJosslp I tyrant for' this summe- Nolln n< self-infllctetl pistol wound centers. City Attorney

IlIte'I'o! ,commit murder Prison OfficialsRaiford to be" commented Architect I' Chastain and Maurice Hits sill.I' In explaining tint Head in the 'heap.Mcntbera George Pierce said the sale

Kamim Lei.' White Reno Ne- I Don Morgan./ A low bid ol Edwards Jr. lemaltv.d the' HospitalA Start has some physl') aspect :. of the Jury wereJ of beer or the playing of

fi'o.( w." bound over to Cir- $100000 on the Anderson ad same--2,014. to 2.001after ) that no klnJe.garten\ : 1 K.: Hardy L. B. Alvarez. pool or billiards makes a

cult: Caw! I in a hearing Tuesday prison officials were have been placed dltlon was rejected by the a recount of absentee ballots! so;; 000 damage suit can ofier. Davis Ua.sMett. T. L. Sapp place a pool hall.

; betoie County Judge T still in doubt as to how The automobile/ the convicts< I Board several months ago as and recheck\ of precinct against the Bradfoid( Conn-1 In lhe talking stage! alone (Coolie; Simpson, and A. G But he pointed out that an
A You\ n three Inmates too high. tabulations by the canvassing ty Hospital! has been filed In'' Loudon Jr.County amusement center
engineered theirescape !; abandoned was repotted' stolenat ,, with the year-round Head cannot legally -
Tom (H lney Jr. also a I lust Thursday night, I'ensacola. Kl.i.. where a At Morgan's suggestion the board last Friday. Circuit Court here for Ruth Stait' pioKram I Is a Neighborhood Judge T. A. Yawn remain open on Sunday

Jtcnci N."-10. was shot in the i but they were all back In custody | couple said they were lobbed., bids were called\ the second:! Edwards had asked for the 1\1111'1\11; by her attorney Jack-|j' Youth Corps, program! I who conducted the inquest, because Of the long forgotten

neck but ,lecovcred and testl- Tuesday after a manhunt i The trio was believed spotted I time minus specifications for recheck in view of the narro I' Thomas A. Larkin of to help youths stay in school 1 I lend, a ntatment by Arthur ordinance requiring the Sunday -

lied hi court Tuesday. In Atluula. Georgia Saturdaynight. / in the air-conditioning ex'stlng' facilities. 13-vote .., margin by which::: sOl1vll1e.I I i E.nd:! to start them toward, I Joel Martin who was wit closing hours. The old

Ouiiiej sid that last Thurs- The three Inmates were not I I area, of I'ensncola where, a Morgan said prices for Mrs. Chastatn won le-electlon I The ,,ilalnt.Jf alleges that coinfuctlve careers by pro Mrs. Richardson at the time ordinance( his not been en

day n >ht May 28. he went : missed until last Friday morning I Florida Highway Patrol troop. putting air In the present to the County Commission she suffered: injuries when ai vldln sank experience Soma, of the shooting:, and who had forced

outsldi, his home ta 1nvestlI I when a guard coming to I I er reported n loud' of buckshot building were way out of line. from District 4. patient In the hospital on 200 school) drop outs and potential iiccompanlpd! her here from
work ; tired, l Ballot boxes were not:: May 15. 1903. as the result i'Kiiinom.1 several weeks ,.
I Contlnued spotted the hole In the i was through his car ( drop! outs are thought ago
on Page Four! prison, fence. An Investigation I:I,i I windshield. He WIIH not In opened for a recount of the of a fall:! while Retting off all'i to !ba available for the program :Martin. Hiti.1 !hilt while th,It Guardsmen Go
wan still under '' I entire vote by the canvas inn examination table. i I ,
way Tuesday' JUI'ed.ESI'l1mbla / In the four-county two were conversing: in I It l
Control Lost to determine how the prisoners .. '': County authoilt- Sen. Gibson board, as this would require H.-eclfi'-ally.: the crmplalntl I CUBB area. t trailer/ belonging/ his bro,

I, made their slick get-u-wuy '' les said l they bellev'ell the (.on.1' a court order. Hates tlmt: the pliil.'itlTf Is aIn I ''he,', Mrs." Richardson picked For TrainingTour

Car Ray UdwardH: 28, was Hint, victs stole a boat Sunday I Plan Visits The canvassing! board I i. 'ngo woman mind' that t the( As Covington explained up n pistol lying{: nearby and

Flips i to be recaptinect' Monday1' night and traveled to Pensa- composed of County Judge T examlMillon table was '>tproi the Home Health Aid Tmln- -hot herself.

iI I morning when ho gave himself !: cola Beach. where a Mr and Sen. L. P. (Pete.) Gibson of A.. X wn. County CjmmlslT.i ; "i'ly llIlitl'1m'nn\ that Ing project It will .encompass I Deputy" Sheriffs Dolph Reddish Sunday
Truntid, ,, mina t IlIo.e'j I tilted l when sin'nx .. 25 over 43 in the,
ind' encased after I Ili I up to obtain treatment for Mrs. Brown Pumpkin of Bessemer Perry, nominated for the 6th Chairman Jerome Johns or ppiwins arid Robert" Green testl-
,.. "n, .shiddi-"4 4 1 I fill( feet off two bullet wounds inflicted''' Ala., reported they' District Senate seat on May Siipejvlsor of Elections Nevaf4ynn. "< 'Pt.lnn, off (riiusliiK/ /' her foiir-cjimtv Oren and Klve bed| that their/ Investigation

'..l H i no, ) ""., !Hipped' onto its when officers tired Into the were robbed. : 24, has announced. plan for to fall them n yenta" training InJIIJCPP failed to indicate anything Co. D. f.VIalnt.l), 53rd Spt.

11" r i w'I' ,ii "ike postinat l Ilnn- convicts' stolen cur Chester The Lumpkins were hound, an early visit to each of the I ,, IIher l than suicide< ,. Judge Bn.. the local National Guard

.tii /n i 'i-t: ,-,Ile, 1". 'us h<> wius1' Cole 28, was captured Tuesday and lobbed of their 1966 automobile 24 counties In the district to [ 1 I Yawn observed that there was unit will leave Saturday at

1 > II"" A home to row Itivi morning near the Atlanta, i iGa about UflU 1< In cash meet with supporters and local no evidence that a crime had
I 7 a. it,. for summer encamp-
i Hi I'port.hpn IIP attempted and some credit rards, I''Hcambla ': officials for a discussion been. committed.
f I."I '',. nil/ lined "cuts to his to buy some che und Sheriff's' | '3 p.a4 ment at Fort Stewart Oa.
,sp Investigator, of local problems and Issues. During the Investigation", It
II' ,ICI,' I, 'Id l r',u"'(' nnd/ )hrulspsmil crackers. at n small store. I lie Don Powell reported In the second primary Gibson UHS revealed! that :\11'''. Richardson Six officers five warrant officers

II, I 01> >I" HU idfii che- was persuaded! to assist, officers Edwards: from Fort Myers, '' gained a majority In 19 and :Maim came to and 130 enlisted menwill

u "i.i, total loss with, In recapturing Robert Fla. Is. serving$! 20 years for''', of the 24 counties to 'lend his Florida about two weeks be. make the trip.

"I 'u.'" "' iMimati' nt $IUIO byi Roy 2S, by )leadi.ig them to | armed robbery; Cole, of Pen- '' run-off opponent, Sen. B. C fun' the tragedy, nnd relatives An advance detachment,

I ., .i i 111' Curler" who in- '''I where the third, convict hid In sacola Is In the eighth year Pearce of I'ulatka by a margin here assumed they were mar detailed to arrange for housing -

,d.' the nrt.ident.'. No a brush .laden field. of a life term, for armed lobherv. -I of almost 14,000 votes. 'led. supplies and storage facilities -

'. "'' IMP, filed. against I Kl)hI >- Roy also and of Lynn, Mass., Gibson expressed his left
was wounded In ; Roy I II appreciation Subsequent/ |' mvcHL.gation; by Thursday morn-
.
I h \\ is sing apprnxla the left. knee, when the officers" I Is serving", tin 11yeaterm/ for to the voters of the .4 Reddish, disclosed however Ing.
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', mph when< he! lust" ( shot into the stolen car, utll.ipeville. breaking" and filtering andinto district and asked for their ''lint :Mrs Hichard.son had a The unit will spend the
I .f t I the vphiile
., theft continued suppoi! t. u.siiind living In Oklahoma fhit week of training In barracks -
." i a MI. I on Slt-lOD) () 4 7 .
The three were foal" Hmlted| tI i and that Mile had{ a (ecnl and four days of the
I" 1 "I' Slaikp.: / Klieilnu : ,
.., at :ft ".nl. Monday meaning' intlnppvlllu I nt previous, attempts at second week will be spent on
d i 'in ale u curve! when
lilt .ii, Budded,
,, I, ,,,ni",! the north. shoulder" The car win .slopped" ', Most of the time will be

"ra'', \ ''ii' !I" "tuini-'l around and but as officers/ attempted, to Handed Reckless Driving CaseA 4' .1"." "' devote J to "on the Job"
the '. MakersGo
place: men under 111.1'.1 ar
K 'M. "! 'hiikwiirds until It '. training IP such areas as
1 the floor to the cur was si.mi .I Iglflit' ''' \
I 1,1/, /I., I i 'innctetp, t ciilvprt,, onch' r radio repair automotive repair -
,, med shut and the vehicle sped 'rvi: v found' I'ullty' of was passed she inquired:! e I (j Safe
-.11 linun e Way welding/ wrecker operations -
/I! (fipo1) [) onto its tut| sway reckless: dilvlii'' wa flnej "How much do I pay?' d ( aircraft repairs; and
d II. The policemen opened' the| $100 ar-'l, spiititicd" to live I Fired Donald RavrnonJ
r iiivi-lmK" IOS feet after | ; # Pr"'ll{ .lllOnlo that are being I maintenance supply work.
h' the. and the car wan liter found days In jail Thmsduy byBradfo # L'E. .
t" utg pavement. abandoned with seven bullets J County Judge! I Huff $25:) for allowing an unauthorised ? : take"i !b automobile manu- administrative and other

I & person to drive his Insure maximum tie Ids.
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in It and, the front suut Hjmt-" I Theion A. Yawn 10
eyed' with bloou.Iwl..III The n-an, ci'iien-p: Fulton'' car. and on companion char- -afetv in the operation of I The unit has 50 enlistedmen

:< liiiilxe'f' 'ii' Strong Jr. had been ar e"LI, BBS flnpj Lester Wayne Kuls rhi'h.ir' were described by on active duty for train-
Open I louse gave 'i| .
,Clvdc, Teiwlllegar at the Ito.r I Ing or attending army service
.'oluntailly to otituln tieut, 1 ed by Iliulford. Cnunty Di-p- i| U$ for having no driver'sIIcen'e
r iaiCluj Wednesday schools at this time, makinga
At l The New cent for two bullet wounds uly 43 PI.Iff Dolph Redd s'v find $35 for falluie to
total "f about 200 personnel -
n his back. who teUiliej. in court vester- have his vehicle under con- Tiepinker said that pubIII I will
I In the unit that betaking
Chamber of Commerce Of tin escape, riimiii Supt day that, Strong' had! been trol.As itv arUslng from recent full time training durIng -

UcWitt Sinclair amid Washington had I weeks.
the
ass mud! wln.ii-rs are i "Mine
IIcadgnariern: There at the '
I erratically ,
was; a baseball Kami'Ihursduy driving ants WP"P accompanied:! bytheir
his arrestMost : ;\11'l '', Anne imlwin' ) 1J1..lllllt"I..I..el. Serslies' l< gild.. ( liurles' I'runppH, OutotiinilliigVniing Impiesslon: that most auto- A number of other Guardsmen -
night and all In- time of patents and the judge
SI'D.V( JUNK 5 niites RUiicutor. mobi'u accidents are due to | who live In Starke but
were accounted! fur ol the defenlants on warned them that It wasth..lr
in-I defects: In The belong to other Guard units
Mill iv cars.
::1 i to f c.; P.M.Book : ordlng to the check-up, ttafllc cha-ges plea-led ulI-1 responsibility to know I
ti, uth t i. that most accidents will attend summer field
jefore and after the ,. i
game ty or" forfeited bond, where their children are. Given I
"We" used dogs and, tracked''he 1966 Jaycee Awards aie still caused by careless training at the same time.
Jack William
Lresbun man i iBulwan. -Fin"d Robert Roland In intoxicateddrivers '
lIe III.eJll.: or Estimated field training
the
escapees from!
f..n..1 '
pleaded Innocent to1 gram $50 for speeding at 85
to a place near the cu,1U, / t.. and the Tel wlllelar said.! payroll for the unit Is $20.-
speeding ease wash mph. Judge Yawn then com :
Sale ''o< the prison ground, but lout 'an- ferrel' to the trial docket '] mented that when the speed j I Recipients: : or the annual :Mi.Godwin Is v ry) activeIn has tau-'ht history at Brad- "At !least 12.000 lives could I i 000, according to the person-

'hem there. We assume thev | limit win 65 .the drivers ex- j' Joyce: awards are Circuit civic affairs taking putt: fold Ruth ,couched. and risen be .a..e,1 l annually If people nel officer CWO A. L. Crosby -
were picked up by cur at that j 'I I, I I1um would just use the seat belt Jr
Will ContinueThrough In accepting B'Jlwan's; plea, ceed It end drove 70. "Now I Judno George L Patten '. in drive for theMa' ch of i iI to the position! of principal uti

point.It was not known what the Jud-jp Yawn noted that the that the limit Is 70 they are I Good Government: Mrs. Anne 'I: Dimes. Cancer Crusa e, and ( ;rt'rn and now StarkeElemcnlurY that ment are In now most standard cars" Terwiil-equii- unit Capt.commander James F. Bloodworth.dvscrletxl
Saturday defendant Is char'ed with driving/ at 80, and! all the
: Godwin Distinguished
I He cited foi
inmates was
used to cut their WilY Heart Fund plus. being the !Guar[ said. He declared tha'' the summer encampment as>
Lots through the double fence Sin- speeding at 95 miles per hour time the! death rate on the Service: and Charles Frances ,, mothPY. ,i-f nil operating' "be, IrIKplrl111 moO to his
uf New Hooks! I i two | .in the au'omotlve Industry t tconitaiirly the mo.. Important part of
'lair snid. and that In convictions for highways continues toi Outstanding Young Educator.The .
Tower guards failed | climb." a business six days per week ;> students ; striving to make the annual training r cllt.
Come In And ltroxv.seThi to report the breakout heI I, extreme? violations of this ..'A'ardsere pres nted During her tenure as presI- OfMctis, InstallPd: were cars more safe but tha: "For this reason all personnel -

said becau.se It was foggy kind l. tI.! P court usually imposes Suspended sentence In Wednculay nfght by Frank dent of the Junior Womenreceived Randv Johns president:! : these'' efforts are In vain un- 1 must attend tl<> become

that night and .because the I a tall sentnce. The, the cas of Lacy Odlj Cor- | Williams\ at the annual Jaycee ,' the award for being' James Williams and Norman legs, drivers themselves are' : qualified and to fulfill their
point from which It took place ), fudge! then advised the de- bett who pleaded guilty t:, and Installation '
Awards Banquet ,,, the Moet Outstanding: JuniorWomen's Ketciile. vice-presi'ents: ; cautious" | military obligation. Capt
11 Space Contributed was nearly 450 feet from a dendant to seek the advice having no driver's :lcen"e.1 of officers at th
? Club In the State of Frank Williams cecietary; President Larry Gibson announced Bloodworth[ saId."Empuyers .
tower. and helo of legal counsel.In The defendant I
an elderly
Garden Restaurant Mrs Florida with membershipunder Irvin Coilngton. treasurer.
Weekly to Publicize I that an Interclub ; are asked to
Sinclair said he la considering other rapes, the court: man told the court he was I office of
Godwin Is manager :! /f\0. and lUrold. Oolulu and fnstnll-.rlon and Ladles Night' comply with the spirit: and
Community Events by the use of dogs At the -FlneJ Mary E. Hendrleth netting lid of hla car and' ;
1 Conner Insurance Agency JudxPattpn., who was ap Ran1Oowen, directors will be helj Friday July 1.at 1. i letter of the law In granting-
old< prison between the twofences. $150 on .charges of driving thus vould have no f'irther and president of the J", nhrWoman' point" I to the 8th circuit In Installing/ officer was Jimlebrpc. the Starke Golf Se Coun- military leave and their co-
The CommunityState Dogs are used now At i while. intoxicated and nee ) for a driver's license.
suspended :
Club Judge: Patten 1053. was cited for being fair vice-picsldent. In i try Club with dinner at 7:30: 1 operation In this regard Is
the I .
Bank maximum security section I her drl"Pr's llc".ns- i Ordered that warrants be I Is presiding magistrate of the and olnll the second mile" charlie of District 3 j, p m other clubs joining In appreciated not only by the
of the
successful prison and not has a single for a period of 90 days. ,' Issued lor the arrest of four I Elghtti Circuit and FrancesIs with i-trv defers" ''ant Speaker; for the affair was ': this cv, nt.. will be Lake Butler I Guardsmen, but by all good
escape been When i I. " -- made there appear principal Fiaiir--n came to Bradford James Jnanos of Tallahassee and Kr.'stone eights( Americans.' Capt Bloodi -
since the dugs thlnv to iuy before judgment mentary school. Count: from Tennessee" and \'lce"JI'-I'lenl, of District 2. i I i worth raid





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Seaman Stephen Prevail! 1It PTA Entertains

I and Michael Hunter of ,Vhit-

I Ing Field nt Milton spent H Ht' Seniors AfterBaccalaureate

the weekend with Mrs Kd, Prevail -
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Mr. and 1 :Mrs J. G. Holton L I II
I I Tlib'ah' '! school PTA u inteitainec -
and Mrs. Freeman Register ,
at a delightful reception -
GLADYS MOOTY Sr. visited! Mrs. Clara Holton In the school ra'"
and family In Tampa on Sunday -
Phone 964-0651 n'uht' fol'owln'
teria SuiK'av
Mrs Clam Holton returned i
ate seivl"Ps t1j
to Stui'ke with them for DaCCAI"llI '
I class col rsliBht b
The senior
extended visit.
Local admittances to Bradford Mrs. Kffte Johns has had as I an Ii "HUP and dark bIle. .,. 44 Cray
L. Peek Sr.
Mrs S. spent ff
County Hospital this! visitors Edward Gross of Tuesday and Wednesday with were carried out In the flower .

week include: Mrs. Mary Jane I, Jacksonville on Saturday and Mr. and Mrs Roy Ward in. arrangement: of hydrangea : -
Reddish Leo Dyal Mrs lomenloa ) G. W. Unladen and Mrs' Mar- Lake City and attended Jane and stokesi\ lace1' at

Ann Gladleux and tha Holloway of Jacksonville Ward's graduation from Columbia intervals: on th- U.shll"ert! refreshment irayd
Thomas Corbett of Lawtey; on Sunday.Mr. High School. tablet and at othe' ray N 1, ;

James Schwartzwalder and and Mrs. Sanford Ritchof Holly County and Shelly Young- s ,rye Wt points of interest in the cafeteria t&
Mrs Eula Walker of Keystone: Gainesville were visitingMr.
blood of Jacksonville are visitIng Also at interval' rn th-
Heights; Mrs. Margaret Hoff- and Mrs. J. W. Ritch at their grandparents. Mr long tables; were, cinjles. in
man of Raiford: Z. O. Lynnof Santa Fe Lake on Saturday. l in
and Mrs. Charles Welmer at i iIa the two shades of blue 1.1t& _
Atelrefie; Wilbur Mark Mrs. Gilford Weeks of Canal t, Th" tableswere
the State. Farm. crystal holders.
Moody and John H. Powell of Point has spent the past three
Little Darren Akrldge, son ov-red with blue and Outstanding Business Student
Starke: Mrs Annie Johnson weeks here on business She
and Mrs E. L white papnr On the
c-t-pp)
Rachel Green be Mr. Weekson of Mi '
and Mis olBrooker will\ joined by .
Akrtdge. underwent 8l11'ge..ylast renter able were favors of Karen HUIIM-II, IJHx sl c nliir wail ontHliiiiiliiig business ,in
:Mm. Luanna Gaincj Friday and they will return
of Lake Butler; and William home on Sunday. week in the Alacnua tiny diplomas! tier with b're' drat, rrcelvrd( \tile M.irl:,' (;n..lncss and rritlctsliiiul. Uium-n s

Beckham of Hawthorne.Rick Mr. and Mrs. L. I It. Vining Medical Center. bows with th" n"f tb'I anneal uuurd. List Tlmrhil.ij. lit a Ulniwi' I" the Oolilcn, hot. Iii

Hood of North Caro- were in Dublin Ga, to attend Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Dansby seniors on each diploma \{' :She; war imiinled !I'\< : t.ii! Saving1 Bond. 1'ri'mMitlni.

lina State College. is home for the funeral of Miss Louise visited Mi. and Mrs Roy J. rf 7 ig igkT Assisting' ; Mrs P. Inc( l- (the award IM (state \\\V\\ I'ri'H'ilent!! Uclln KunrnbrrK/ ; of Mark' ,,
in Jacksonville on Jr. president! in serving
Aniiewa er 1 I
the. summer vacation. Ludwig on :Monday. : ,, ( i'ccliit:: of the |I..
sandwiches! and !Murgan-t; ; IJriinn, l lninii'iliat putt | 0"< ,d|
Larry Norgel'of the University Sunday p I a cake' squares !
Mr. and Mrs. James Ryder
of Alabama la home for Mrs R L. Fox of Leesbure punch were Mrs C'iaM ,club N ut Iclt

two weeks before returning to end daughters of Miami and and Jeff Davis of l<'I'uIUandPark DarbY. Mrs Bufo"d Mitcbe'l' ,.
Mra J. K. Wilson of Starke
Hummer s'hoo1.Admitted wcre last Thursday end:! Mrs. EVierrod ITsm'ltnn. Mr
weekend at
to the Starko 'he pent Dell the cottnge long on Kingsley Friday visitors of Mrs.. L. A. Im.-itr. hiss I'rcHldcutVa. >nI' ;\I..I..d l gives( the Helconiln. ( address. and George; Flynn Jr., Mrs. Elmer W

Nursing Home this week are Lake. DavIs. duees| tin Hiipliomon servers ut the aniiiial I'linlor-Spnlor. Prom Friday.Tlio Thomas and Mrs. Hairy

Isaac Henley. of .Staike, Julian Re". J. R. Brabham U. attending : liriumirk. Uurcn I'at.. (' I Mooty.
Mrs. .Jchn W, Griffin of I servers ure (l-r) Itutli .Vclnnn.\ Joyce Kay t'olson"
iruests
the annual Florida! APi2-oxlmately! 500
and Albert :
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Franck of Hampton Ochlochnee. Ga. spent Sundayto Sandra. Register! Beverly .\I<<.n..... and llrcnd JOIII-H. boys In the hark row 'an" Paul I Il l 8:30: an
Baumg-artner of Lake Methodist: Conference. in attend I lelwern :
Wednesday with her mother > <>I.fi>il, (uir.v ;Mi.Km*, \\'llliurulrrs, ....hll Warren, .1. Roy Chuttren, Lfhlle Tliomu..
to m
Butler Lakeland from Tuesday 19:30: p
Mis. F. F. Stump and Bobby Dodd
Mrs. Beatrice .Lindsev of Se- Mrs. W. A. Stein and. bliss Satirciay.
bring: was visiting; :\11'. and! Louise Stern tended the Mr. rnd Mrs. Beryl Casey Miss WliicersonHoltored
I
Mrs. Eldon Ktmmbns from. and family left last week for
"Pops"oncert
Tacksonvllle Symphony
Friday to Wednesday. in J.Kkosnville. las: Quito Ecuador; South America Junior-Senior Pram GivenIn At ShowerMiss .,

Pvt. Douglas 1 Seymour ol also for 18 months. Mr. Casey!

Fort Knox Ky. was vlsltlnp: attended,iVeilnesrtay a evening piano They recital at was transferred; ;; with Bendix Setting 01''The Old South' bride-elect Mary was honored Wilkei>last<>n

his parents Mr. and :lira J,' liuksorivllle University on CorpoiHtlon.Mis. .
O. L. Beasley was vis- Saturday night with a shower -
D. Seymour, on Sunday.Pvt. MissStein '
Saturday night!: where Ulna Vii and M/s C. C. "The Old Houtli was th- A. Mil.eo-1. Mi and ;Mis J. I Cha\'It. Haidv. Mrs. A. LCrost given by Mrs. Fisher Gas-

Bud Spears left Saturday ... :'; had; three students participating Hoppp In Tampa last vvfek theme ot the Juntoi'-Senior E. Hardy Mr. and Mrs. W. B ,./ J.and: Mrs. Edwin kins, Mrs Marcus GiiffisMis t
Va. [ .
after
for Fort Eustls I Mrs. Milton Hait/ell of Or- ream held last FII 'av night Thompson Jr., ;Mi and Mss Williams! Cl) Norman :Mrs Joe ea4' w'1 J

two week leave of absence. I MU [Ulli'tn Stump flew up lando spent the weekend !in th_> main I 'II' !-I1'lun: Vernon Sllcox.: Mi. RncJ11's: Mrs J E Hirdv headed l Bailey, and:! Mis H len Giskins -

Mrs. Lavon Andrews. Mrs, Washington, D C. Sunday with her ; parents. Dr anJ;! buildinx.: spln: ol e.t by tile Charli'-' Cowen, and Mr anj I the Invitation and memory at the home of :Mrs

R. G. Pak.rson, Mrs. T. CHuzen. ,. t.) Tuesday, to visit an aunt Mrs. F. E. Bollinser.Mr. ,: Parent-\outh As'o llItlon. I Mrs Charles Darby, whO book committee and had assisting Uaskliu Seasonal flOvve.-:

and Mrs. Guy Andrews :Mrs L. E. Harris, who is in Mrs. J. T. Lewis Magnolia: !: boughs banked l served pv chopprones. I ( her: Javne: Hardy! v-e used In decorating for r3
visited Mrs. H. C. Thomas the hospital. and han lns from The ''il were Gerri Dowl- ... _
and Mr and Mrs. John.: he walls and '; prom-servers Muoty.: MaiRle tM occofion.
and family in Daytona Beachon Mrs. Agnes Heath of Fort ..lnll'to'1 and families of At'-I the ceiling were olden chan- attired In pastel! dotted swiss I 'Ins. Harriet London: and Games were played during New BPW Officers

Tuesday Lauderdale Is visiting her par- latka Sunday, -Jelipis lo carry out the ante- \ costumes with bonnets, gloves Gale Cronkhite. the evening and price
Mrs Fred. Bennett was in of Rev. and Mrs. J. R. Brab- :\11'''. I'.ea Kimonos, front.. .outer war Installed, us presiilint -
Madison over the weekend :Mr. und Mrs. L. N Ptcker"g :Music far dancing was provided out: the O'd South i as decorating commkta- honoree received many lovely
Starke' Iti'W (liib ut chillier last
of the u Thursdayeight
visiting11': and :Mrs. Billy spent the weekend with ham.Mr.. I Mis: R. V. TUIIIPI b The Maun-lv Qiln- theme. The bov pi om-"r, erawere chairmen were: Bobby White gifts.
qa I
tin-. milieu. Kettle.Mrs. .
Moore. Dr. and Mrs. M. J. Pickering and of State FArm' let of Oainesvll'e!: The mulelan i dieted in pastel sh'iti' I assistant! ; rhaltman; Wayne Refreshments were ser'e"by In
Dawn Lamb of Staike and I 'n Sanford and attended the fa-nlly seated the vpsts and t ', atop i i iI : 'l us Olson leit I front irnd Ice-preslilent ail,
the weekend at Cocoa( \ :s ere on black 'o ISet'a : :McLooJ. Harry Hatchet, San- the hostesses to the: 37
Fred and Diirell Browning ol ft\ lance! recital of their grand,\ spent Beach where. Mr Tinner 1. porch) of an oil: Southern I hats They, presented' the dy SaI drrson. Jim Godwin. friends and relatives who en- I li) >ll.i l.osenlienr:.. right' It 1st \, ;....-I'rl.| hlt.llt. lick, row <11-1'')

Gainesville spent Sunday a t !tlaiiifhter/ Prlsi-UU Satuidaj;\ .: newly elected Lt Oov. of mansion,. constructed with. irupsts with memory! books' as doe Kauffman Bryan Erwin I Joyed tills occasion with the IH :Airs II..rltlhliIh'rgo'r.. : district 1 ml llirc1i. mind lust/all lug

Six Gun Territory and Sllve r: night. District One of the Civltani tall white columns and broad they arrived ant! earn.. ted David Silcox.! Greg; Reddish honoree,. nffiier, : ;MIHH\ :; !.ague. ;.Mldtlleleii, reeordint secretary. : ;Mrs.M'lilreil .

Springs. i Club. attended a district pps In the Old South tiatli- I them: to their tables Bill Mans:! : Frank Hardy --- '' Doyle; .CIl.r..I"llldIng. | Keiit'tarj', mill. .\11'''. Etta: 1.7e'ye

lllmmlmlmlmlmlml, l. meetins;. tion. PI' m- el'vt'I'S wore K"PII Randy Joyncr. Ronald Tom Plastic Notebook $! o'j at th. I (nil, treasurer..
seated at Pat. clialimnn: for the girls IIn '
Lt and! Mrs. Jack a :Miller Guestsere! 'on. Roger Chllson Lester t'FLFGR4P11

and linn. Jimmy, of Dow tables nn both side of the I Sandra R"4istei.' Beverly: V-- Morgan. Janelle Pollart' I

GRADUATESOF AFB. Bangor! Maine a-e visiting porch In mi area tae-emblingthe Rnp., BrendA Jan. Ruth' I Sharon Noe el. Beverl-!

,: M-i parents' Mr and front !lawn I of the mansion; Nelson. and Kay Colson Paul I Craw foi ::1. Dittie Sue Kell

Mrs. George Miller for two I Th" Mnli: : were coveted with i McLPOd. chairman for boys Maig'e' Dowlinn. Jane liar SIADE'SG1GANTIC ., '-
weeks I whl'i', d )ths and centered Johnny Warren J Roy dy. Harriet Loudon Gerr I

Miss Sue Dens of Lake City with. C'lri fashione-i lass; I I Chn'tppn. Leslie Tlir'mas Moody Beth ScoK'-iins. Lot\

1966 and Mi's: Myrtle n ndv of chimneys with a pastel) can- I naiv Hamilton Bobby Dodd. alne Alvarez Lpe Darby
I .
Jack..:onvllle spent the week, din '11 e ifn( Al t!'e' have of and "" 11"11'' Waters."v Gale Cionlchlto. Jackie nines

f'nd'lIh Mr. and Mrs E. W the chi.rnivs worn nrrnnu0nrnK : Mrs, HntrhFi served at Slelanic! Bradley. mil Line!
of innt-nolia! leaves In costume board chairman Lee
( Hay!!". !
{ Mrs L A. Weekly of OCH'.I'; one coiner of the room was I MM 'Ihompson and Mrs. Duiln-i the cvrnma\ 110

rlc and c'au' htel'. Mrs. Richa-d 'I garden' setting ,,'Ith'hlte Dnihv were assisted on their show was piescnti'd bv S'IZ
e Y Chamberlain of Lansin'j 'ion furniture where pictures; I I ,refreshment committee by Bioadw.\: School] of Dance

:Mich. were Tuesday luncheon 'ould "he taken. Ramona Harre1!. Dott'p: Snr ind :Sir. Randal:! chitty wh ,

BueMs of Mr. and Mrs Guests were n'rctp.1;) at the Kellv. Sharon No-Ral; HeveilvCrawfivcl. sans tie!> senior theme sons\; _

E. W. Hayes. tooi bv I the lecel'iiifj Imp \ Janp'le' Pol'nrd' "Climb Si cry :Mountain'

Mr end Mrs. L. O. Hahn "()mlJ:>l'rI of the members of and Lee Darby. In charge of Approximately! :T50 KUC: t-

Bench las'Thursdiv the t'.i-nit-Youth' Aisocin- sandwiches were Mrs Bill enjo/t-d this delightful occasion -
were In Daytona
lion : ("01. and! ;M"s II. M Soto :Mrs :Alene Edwards: between the hour 110:ME
and Friday on
business Hatcher Jr. Mr and Mrs H Mrs. D R. Devrick Mrs eight and twelve o'clock.' OFdl'AUTV)I A0 PP U CE

Mr and Mrs Kenneth .i

Oridev, and daughter wee I I '..II.'.- iif ''
the 1'en- \iiiilli.iiiloii .
lor
Mr and Mrs George F. Society meetingand > tII t\\\
visiting Mr and Mrs R WDouvl'le Floyd of Tallahassee visited 1 saeolii Hemiocnllli show They .. .....I Trade Less!
Where You For
In Orange Park on aI'! III" '''. I'. r. Can Buy
Mrs P. D Fanchel'' Si. on were accompanied by Mrs W. Ni'llii,. 'IN lifi.\| Mllon thiit'
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Sunday.Mr Satur.wy.Mr. I A. Hogan, who visited. with Mill'" 'In,-'Inn I'hiiniliii' '' iu) h..II-|(|
CAP AND GOWN end Mrs Charles H.irJv llf th.. .
and Mrs Charles her son-in-lnw and( daughter, 'I'I r".wlil"' "rtlllu.I I .
Carol and IlllH rl sal tnlil ,'rulb, I ,
and dBUffhtpr. "n I.- rn iI
I Mr and :Mrs,. Thomas Ray In CHOOSE FROM OVER
Fields and! family of Jack-: .1 I lux ,,1.\\ to >?. 1".1, I i h. r rl r.
Mr, and Mrs Charles: FinnMs ppn ''lcola. "'h ,,.... ...,, .
somil'e \i!.>lte<1 their mothers I nil l 1 .tlllo"'I. I M "I.I
and daughter visited M's' :bur trod Mrs .i. R. Ch.istecn and.,I MIII" ..I' lK-inin., ,. t n, ..1.I.I
PORTRAIT SPECIAL O. E. MpOaulpy in Pilatka Mrs. 0V.. White Sr and I o I I'ipl'' 'll 1.,,", i..I i 'ih- ,i.n,. i.. i i\ u,
mind fimilv.:: and l :Mrs" ,. H I.Brownlee I. .
:M's J. H Fields on Sunday tin nnnii In \\hlth l ) ,It. \\ .,i. _
on her .birthday. last Satur :\11'. find! Mis: L. C. Rnilv) have moved l In< 1111' M,'"". <.I l .i"" !nx, rim.ll.!! -.

day.Mr find, son, Ron, of Anna 111. Parker Sheet, the former B iVrtln., .,'' mi. Nn. I ill I I L ,"i iIHMUHII 1DD DpplianiesNOTHING
and Mrs. J. P. EldiHae I were Friday. to TII"" ll.IY VIRItnl'f' f'. Mi7cll: home, which they to- I'iiIIh.srrlullnn; .
.If
'' l'l|" Ili \
2 8x10 and ai
3 tg95Hinck Sunday vlsitois of Mi dn tighter. Mr and Mis. J:icicKiivea. have purchased, and. are now I nf !SUS: .Vi i run N. ,.His. "n 1'i. .i r ,
& White "occupying the former Frank I'lill' 'h'n ,inn \\ .'7 I I' s .
and Mrs R. H GliderMrs I I I ,
'"f .
K: Jill 7 ff !oI J I"f"i,
6 WalletsBullington's Keith Reeves' and !sin Mr. and :Mrs\ Orlr Wigginswere [ Ilgun home on Brooklyn Lake.Mr 1 roil I.-K i'M s-.i: i'.I| :, .:
of Winter Park are spen:!lnt' visitingMr.. : and, :Mrs" CP : and. Mra Robert Green T-a-!s,. IJ.Jg: "t:. 2 .b. ,nN'IIIMI .

Wednesday to Sunday with l Williams. in JjcksonvillcSiiiift.iv ( I I and. Mrs. "Kollne: Smith were In'h''<'I, IIHM, HN .il i '.1,],' DOWN

her Mr. arc! Mis N. 1 I VI"ltln1! : I'. and Sirs Jlmmv 'hluullrr.all ,i 19" PORTABLE
parents I nl MHid ,in, t.pi"rr'" I I' ,,n, u ,
L Woodbuin and will attend John Ad.uns' IIllrl'I Iim't. Uni- Rowe and family in Sanford I tin. .. iintv' ..r! until, rod, -i t .,i .
the graduation of Candy dy nf the University of 01'01'-1 over the weekend.1.Ir' ..r. Kl.irhl.i, $10 A M8KTH
t I'll! HtKtl ,
MH iirtitiiali
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:\ and Mrs Dave Paulkweie i n
Woodb'JT. Friday nl_ht I jrlu: will arrive home this' I > -rllrlo..t.-II, .irhiill I li.. i i.'l.| ,,?.,'.,1miurillnir TV
weekend Tuesday overnight !guests: tn la\\ Ih,' ,
Mr and Mrs. Gene 1 in"r'.n'' '
Rav- Mr: and :Mr<. ("111'1 White, I of :Mr.\ and :Mrs,. l.uth"'I'Vhlte item. .i.11..1 l) l In dm'h ,.,.nal, in.. ..11,,. ,.,iI
burn of Saratoga! Heights nrp and of Mlnml in Chiofland. And attended! thegraduation I 'I I url.,UU'H, U'Ml t I... H"lll... t t., 'III,
renting the J, family: were ,. .
n. Chasteen hlnlimt hiilil.-r ill I I th .mi'
STUDIOStarke I house on N. Cherry Street. Saturday Monday: guests or of Miss Nancy h..,,",- dour, on 'the 'Iliad 1 11nd.,1| ,,, |
:Mr and Mrs. Ftobbii Shu Her. I Jane White. In month .nf .'lulv I'MiK)!I wily nIH '
Miry\ Lynn CronUhile isI I II Miss Patricia! Loudon of MI- tht' its ility, ..I' .1 lily, I'Miili : \ 11 !At
Florida A Classified Ad In The Telegraph I spending a month with her, ami was visiting. her parents Inns' i>\.tt..llhIM I I Itth guy, ..r 'let. III ?

brings result I grnnclparents, :Mr anti Mrs :Mr and Mrs: A. G. London, isKvr.iCIllllllH! :

Clifford licks. In Woslvillo.Mik. over" the weekend.'! ( A ('.",'h,
i ',1."il 4" i.i .iir.',nit'' i 'nnl> i uI,
t. o I York of Hlvel'sl'e11: [ :Mr and :\11':''. Keith nillinR-

1 t IO I ttiirv Academy Gainesville.Gn. him and dilighter spent tits H".Jf.d" Cniinty. Klorula II J II.. i, 1.. t

"l+ n, m I I..< spending' two weeks I weekend with her parents, Mr.
a
I with his. uncle .mind mint, :\11'.1 and :Mrs. GUy Sule. 'K |' I J

and Mrs. F ,... Ktrkkl.iml. I Miss Joan :\1t1 (ly. "Miss i THE RIGHT POINT for he -

:Mr. And :Mrs. Phillip Crrmlt- Fiances Cannon and Mrs Put war you write. Come In and "

I lute and. family were visiting :McLendon of Tallahassee! will swlcct your favorite ESTER-

relative In Tampa over they i spend the I fountain
weekend at Mun- BROOK pen TELE II
3n weekend. dv cottage on Klnjrsley\ Lake, ATTACHE
u ita t ion. I f Wilbnrt Wenlling of Palmyr :Marc Jackson left for Fort Telegraph
II 1'it I the weekj. ) .
spent past Donning, Oa:/ on :Monday( for Smart looking portable features

I, with his brothi-r-ln-lnv, ands six months basic training/ : with A Classified: Ad In the Tt..I Memory-Fine Tuning, AllChannelTuning
I I sister, Mr. and Mis.: Fred ,I IGrnUtlun. the National Cu.ird: Telescoping Antenna 5-

All Postal .Savers are cordially invited to trans : i i Mr[ and :Mrs Gene- Shaw '. GRAPH brings results" State Inch Oval Power FM Supply Speaker., Polarized Solid

Postal Accounts Mae| >r and VI's. V. .1. Spongier !: visited Mr. and :Mis. Lamar Power Plug, Carrying Handle.
fer their Savings to
and daughter Hobble, Mrs Shaw In :Miami and points of I I.

.I Km ma nidmiin: and ;Mrs .1. C. Interest In South Florid' over TilE Big 15 Pound Heavy

Dukes visited. Pvt. Pukes at the weekend. BRADFORD .50
SAVINGS AND LOAN
FIRST FEDERAL
Fort Jackson S. P. 'n-ii friendsIn COUNTY TELEGRAPH Duty $
Attending' / District Four
ASSOCIATION OF STARKEon Macon\ G.i. from Friday to FF\\C workshop and. lunrh-
I Monday: Published every Thursdayat S129
eon at the Woman's Club of 138 W. Call St. WASHER
Hevr.r. L Smith of Tren- .Ja..k"onvtlle..on. ,
and after April 27 1966 No NEW Postal Saving Accounts Wodncsd.iy Starke Fla. 32091
fun. S. C, p.iator: of the First
were: Mrs. C. J. Houpt president "lets Deep Ground Dirt Clean
will be opened or no NEW deposits accepted. We invite you :Methorlint Church In 1021-22. ; lIll'''. Len.Ciieen, Mrs I.. E. L. Matthews, editor and As Can He. \V.T.

Se to join our Savings Family and EARN MORE ; vt ltt'(11's.( : W R. :Middleton\ F. Dinklns, Mrs.: F. W. Strlck- publisher! !

I :Sass Kite Stiuth. ?'II'!'. R K..1 and, :Mrs. :Maurice Wingate

R.S.V.P. 218 N. Temple Axe I Poirvmnn and f'I"lIl1stel'e", \ and Mrs. A. J. Thomas Jr of Second class postage paidat
:Monday while pnroute to the the Starke Woman's Club. Also Starke, Fla.

Florid Conference In Lukeland. .- :Miss! Betty Jana< Morgan

{I I Iltr. president> : Mrs. L, H. Outlaw Subscription Rates: Slade Gas and \
In trade
area: $3.50
+1 Norman: .: and were:\11.... In A. Russell' ,Mrs:1 Charles' HajolU Sawyer. XJodwin Mrs. Walt Mrs: year; $2.00 six months.per 1 l\IldiilIlCes)

I II last Saturday/ and pensacola// ]lulk-k, and Mrs. Xita Thomas Outside trade area! : $400
/ I Lending the 13th 1)f the Junior Woman's' Club. per year' : )3.23 six months 332: W. Madison St. Phone 961.701PAGE

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I I II I Annual Awards a1 I Mrs E.: M. Davis Rriital For Pupils) : I I6 I't '. on' 1 ti; i I| |u'Ins| I,, .Inn,, >l Hi: u'''.c :1 1'I .

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Banquet Given Presents PupilsMIS IOi Miss Stern I" I, III UuIIu'' 1,11 1 I A'l'!I hu'nrrl' I in I nupli''i '''' .>,! ills'

By Junior Club i iTliP I .1\ I'i !', ,'iitl icltitlvc.s ale 111II hum" DII/ N. L.tk,' all (.II. on
1'1: : D.IVI-I. w'lI prPscol Tli.pi.ma( students oi vii\
i May lh
9 rd ,,I In.'" {pi'ltn\' ) 1'111.1.. InI/ ""C"- Ioul-e :Stein will be p. i 'i 1',,:
Club '
Junior Woman's i Mrs Cm tor Is sla\iiu wills
i,11.I" fur gill ( Thintil, +vI i at | ('d in their cjrln; u' i ii '
GLADYS MOOTY held its annual awards banquet I (. \rte-r-Rowcll her parents: tt'lnP""itIIV" alt 1 1will
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th.' irltoVnmiri\ ( liihI i TitPiciav ('\erring. Jun i I >I \
Phone 964-0651 and;! installation: of offi- :! toil: her liu ban I at hi-.
", Ihc 7:3U: o''k' :' c at the :t< ,
"p"oIllng nil ''i't"lint' "
cers '!I1M. Saturday night at Y liI \1 id :Mis, R I T. 1'1"0'1 i II.IP I Ii tense! nl I ('1\\ I n'v P hit N C
1I,, .\iui! ', 1iu'I WOIlIt.Club.: .
I'vaa
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the club house. I' i in enI 1 1 1'' i ii in 1,,' 1.1 1111.1,i e
11 I, lilt,t Ch| ."i 'is c lbc'a.; I lii.mo" flare iiipe.irlii") ) : \ un I 01"i : .:
at etinjr: guests as they : I d.I i, IIICM( C.Il'I.( I ) pro[C' -
w 'J'1'yr 1 Y' n J"III1I1'" i lilt i Is i. .1 nu,' nm are: Tcr i tum I
t aniveJ was the club's senior 11"0'1" I I (C'II'' tr', ,(c'a i ill :Ml IM.isin' '...I.-".,<," ':"-ii at rue
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H Adams.
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ponsoMis ,, I 1'> Ru I'll full, I .il n I.bIt,11'll.: .
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I II i m i \r.lreis\ f'nlav Ca ii- lucky E: winds Ani .1 c.Ucbblf :
dinner pun-h was
B lo:e
r 'ervedn\ the Litt'e: Women's llnn i Hi..ul..' fatty' IlililiI '\" I Sruford.! : l R t'ks i ,/11son. (\ e

l I Sli I nil-! 1<' pliiii: Ian. In- Sally To.jdc: ( ;.i\,.iWincilriin <
4. ,,, ;+watI Club incoming president I :
lM'C' ( ,''inn'II. Cili-iL', Siilli"KathPimi" -). : Dick TJO.C: | Bi, First Federal Savings and Lean
.\<1Iss J ')'n" HardvA 'I
highlight of the eveningwas I PcttValter: Pio-, ely; Strunk. Paula ('hIntp- t, P.tV
I a \ ''r i)! 1I.'ltH.I' tVmkleir'ody, : "' !
the presentation of \ic:ir, Becky Jackson\ Pl'lb."I i i iDorirt. ,.
Tanner ( 'lItt Inll. anti :Miiy :UtuItiul- Patti Whitelv, ad JlmI Association of Starke
awards by Mrs Eugene -
first vice president i I.i i lull I my Alvarez Marilyn' Bo.Inu- is the
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illcersoll1'ylor 1
Silver discs for serving a,, Parrnenler-La"V'son er. Judy\ Whitehead and:

1 v INr"bS members of the Honor ('O'I.twprc Altar Society I ;Martha DollliiRer Ml: ''. auah: liners I W;1- FRIENDLY PLACE TO SAVE
lvcn to M"'s. Harold Mi rid' Mrs. Henry Par- Compositions by Beethoven -
Edwards. mentei' D'' all 1>,". Cho Jill. PI':>ko- kerson of Lawtev, nun.>u'nthe ('
announce the
Godwn. Mrs. J M. engage- St.. lwaid's: A I n Sn let swill
Whitehead, ment sad: approaching tip! I. and! Si-ilibin" me Includi e-iuucnu'nl,: III| tin n' andEARN
Jr. Mis:" Glen mar- I neat TiiPsrl ,1 I I'i c 7 .1'i' .
Mrs Gene Shaw. Mrs. Bobby I riage ol their daughter. in Ih, P"-I, 11.1 I i 'J i "''i, IJlo-rolm dau'ht1ill: '\' \ln 'nlrni I ,
17:30: p .n I : !i i ,
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f'I ccmllullv in- '' ) MOREU
1.11)1"
is
r Sapp. Mrs" Charles Sawyer I Janet 'o William E. LawsonJr. i AIl< n F'',"i rnr" I'I (i\ 1 i' i 0' D r-(
L \ Jane Morgan ., son ot Mr and Mrs.V ::1.t i .
:Miss Betty 1111't Ii.:ii, Tin in"i I"I t i I' ., .11
ii Mrs Elsie Sanders:! and Mrs. : E. LawoOii Si.. all of Starke

Tannpr 'i Th wedding will be an .. -- _....._-

the Hono1 I, event of June 17 8
., First ladv of at p. m
I, Court award was presentedto in the Bethel Baptist Church

Miss president Morgan for the having Incoming the- with the church.All a reception. following at e l'o'S The> Big i One! STARTS


Mrs. William Michael Baucom most points toward Honor lends and relatives B

I!, Couit The Stamp; Champ are invited to attend. THURSDAY

Miss Shirley Ann Dye ot 4(.000Vomen i m Boston I!I award went to Mrs. Shaw I

Fort Lauderdale da.n'ntm ol Masnd, is now employedas and Mrs Edwards was des- : Marcia HaynesComplimented

Mr aivl Mrs Jolin Bryan a letary, ignated its Club Woman of LASTS NINE

Dye Jr of Plantation, and | M' Baucom graduated the Year for her services as J r/

William Michael BaucJin from the University of Georgia second vice president In At Two ShowersI d BIG DAYS!

son ol Mr and M.S.: O. W in Athens. and is assistant charge of finances. A disc i

Baucom of Fort Laudeulaleweie manasei' and pharmacist was also presented to the I : M"ire-la Haynes whose Shop and

Ui.
moiiiing May 28. at 10 Fort Lauderdale. The president Mrs. Godwin I lir nn event of August 2H. was Save!

o'clock. The ceremony was told of the club's accomplishments honored with two lovely parties

performed In the Plantation.: Farewell Party I during the this week

Community Church with Rev. year showing the awards and I IIrl's.11.1'1'11I, : Struth, MisI Extra Low

Charles Fix officiating For L. E. Duggers I the trophy for being the out- 1.1 I W Ritih. and Mrs. George EVERYTHING

GWen In marriage by her At State Farm stand'iM club in the state i Miller gave a luncheon and' Prices! '"

father. the bride voita gownof with membership under 50 lingerie shower for Mian HavI : FIRST QUALITY

unite peau de <>oleIth Mi and Mrs. L. E. Dugqel' I Mrs. Ellis Fernandez. Jun- I ,lies. on Monday at the Garden

bodice embroldeie-1 with of the State Faim were honored ior District Director of District : (KesUiitnnt(" The long
pearls! 1.: a floral de lstn. Her nl farewell party last Four' installel the following table, was centered with an
a
I ;iieadplru(' was a pearl-en- Friday night at the Co ".- \ officers: Mss Betty arrangement of white and ANNIVERSARY SALE FEATURE!
GORGEOUS
which fell pink carnations mmm. glad- LADIES
crusted tiara from munttv Club House given byf'mJlo'res Jane Morgan president: MisFllP
I an elbow length veil of bridal of the State Prison Sanders. let vice PreslI lull and button (ihrysanthemunis -

illusion :She; carried two dozen ; Punk bildnl glare: intcKnun AREA RUGS Genuine V Straw
:: :Mr Duiciter left Tuesday I (ipnt11's.: Glen Whitehead.2nd II: 'ked! the seating Sandals
arrangerent -
lo\q-: temmcd red roses. '-nelt where he will be vice piesldent: Mrs.
Bu
and her only ornament was for Bobby .sapp. secretary: Mrs.J. for the! 18 guests IncludIng S VALUE I
of the new $
0.1' supeil-itendent | Mrs O L. Haynes ..Irmother V Mohair i !
diamond necklace a gift prison I there and his family I M. Edwards Jr. treasuier ) of the honoree hoi, 24>140.ln. Oblonj 366 REG. 2.99
the bildc'Kioom After the instillation, a
15
will ;join him on June I Bister.' Ann Mis: Haynes Si 34-In. Round $2
Th biides only attendant : nted to thesponsor 5rw
gift SAVE 99e
was pies Sweaters ;
Stuivli'ig+ In the receiving mid/ aunt, :Mix A. N.. Hollldav.
was Mrs. Charles C. VVilhelm. :' line were Mr. and Mrs De- I Mrs. Adams and the The hostesses presented the luih worm tout, soft ., '
matron of honor. Miss Moiganpiesented neutral. and coal '
new president BEG. 8.99
Witt Sl.ic.lair. Mr and MisDiwsei honoree with a pink! carnation Large assortment ol htylesl r
.h..d.
William Oarlock bel''ed11': Godwin with Heavy
'! and L., L. Wainwright 1 Mrs. !roiHiige" and a personal gift asa F 100'/. viscose I 59
Baucom as best man. and I i of Tallahassee Mrs. Sinclair. I a gift on behalf of the club. memento of the occasion 'r' p, .4 K washable, kid- r ," .'?, Natural, while,

ushers were Fred Dye Jr and Dimmer wore white ... ._ i, black, checks
and Mrs :
Biomlev Cook I Shower Given 'i The Geotge lliiggtns hoar P ,
orchid corsages / ., .-S.e.M. ill ; Sices
I
Follow. the ceremony. a I vt '
UK was the setting for a delightful '
2 For $9,00
fireplace mantel l0
The hope For Miss Geiger 4 to
leceptlnn wa.s held! in th'? kitchen shower VWdnesdnv '

church annex wneie ar- was I"nkedIth magnolia Bride-elect evening for :Miss. IIa>'ncs. given ,cr(4: .j Yid f Lovely cardigan s \ ee .
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?
'I boughs< 1.11Cblossoms.\ At one I I In papularnw ,
1
ianemi..ts; of white gladioli : I by :Mis Hugglns. Miss: Lindt y ti r
end of the room the gift 1 trolled loner
were used! in decoiatlrm i MilS Elsie Gelgel''hos' ( I lluggins, and Mix: .. Robet I Iiieen ., 5, ;r ,,;ry wa- r _
J
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coverej with e Pop earn Hitching!
table: was r ty b't-'
( .
After a wedding\ trip; to Ormond rf
f white cmwoik cloth over pink: | marriage: to Lynn embroidery 1 1 1 m. /
Nassau. Mr. and !Mis Bau- of June 14 .rangomrntH, of pink nor I e a.Iaph's
be event .
I centered with i'I will an ir 5, ta, s. '
com :win be at liom at 4280 I linen and was silver bowl II was honored: at a dellghtfu:i I white snapcli, 'agonH/ and lose, 1 MEN'S' e.'' ,
N. W. 81.'.t Avenue No. 2 in pink gludloll in a I toile used ndwintiitfe nhlglilightlnji 1
,
bridal. 1 shower: last Thursda]y Prints
the arrangement; t ,, t
Fort Lauderdale Flanking '' Mis. Jac k : points I candelabra hold. evening !liven by Ultra LADIES'
'
aver I
nl- were ) In the party loom" fir the
The bride is the !tl'a : and) Mrs. David Mont- >i rn c
At end'of I Eaves ''
white one
dauahtei of Mr. and :Mrs Ins tapeis .: 'r'n"lon. The dining room tiibli SHIRTS
at the home of thelatter Ic "
I I gomery "
beautifulelvf'r s Permanent Press
the table a
John B. Dye of Fort Laudel'dale was wins coveted l with nn iniporticlino ,I t" REG. .
and Klngsley Lake. She tea service presented to I cloth and conteicd" / uitr h I / 59c "5.- OUR REC. 2.99 '
used tc
flowers were
the Duagers! by Mi Sinclaii Sprin; pink I'oseslnd sue.-thi. ill SUMMERDRESSES
I is a graduate of Chandler advantage in decoratlna Mend .1 S YAvill
as a Rift from the employees roars'' In a silver bowl K.ilan A lumnrlou /o 2FOR5

I | Mi Dujiei' was also presented I points of Interest in the party I (ring the arrangement wc-n. 1y6 S0% cation.hal>la, Dramatto d i

Mrs. Will Edwards with a calendar watch. rooms for the occa-lon. Th- I pink candles In alive,, holrlecsAround. .. Y completely wa 1. ,

Centering! !; another table was i refreshment table was cover- |I the punch bowl alone L celorhil prink Y 7eealur.

Presents PupilsMrs I' large thlee-tieied cake ed with: a pale green damaskI end of the table
Anniversary
'a < I uiu. .1 i GINGHAMS woron Seld(
olsr,,
i cloth and centeiej with an' WOVEN
topped by a horse-shoe and I : garland of Ivy uitempeiHod, I
Will Edward picsent- 1 the voiding "O:>od Luck eper-jnttte: holding an ar- I wllh sweetheart roses. II AND" SEER SUCR R ih SaleSAC $3 .nt..rid lanry / i

el her piano pupils in an Informal written on It. This was bal-. ranKemc-nt of roses and! Severn! games were plivtilriming I Special!

recital :Monday nl ht anced \\jv silver candle ho'dets : spring flowers. Punch. cak', I the party/ houis hthi. .' REG. soya
the home of Mis Drew I / NEVER NEEDS IRONING Now
at with: pink tapers squares and sandwiches were 25 guests and prizes were n. 69e folA.r'a for }

Reddish. ,, served. A pastel umbrella. winded to the winners t / 15'. Demon 35% corfen! D oyi
Taking: part were Sonia In another room of the'. I centeip-l the gift table and I I The hostesses prenenti' the< pal ilia nenlly p......... Button. .,
buffet \ .
club house a su= pei Iron shift lylo wear wllha
B-ls. Becky. Paul and Karen .e-ved from table covered small .pi.btel umbrella favor'i honoree, with u innseioli dish without Mil bell. Boll-up .
a
Hutchins. Debby and Cindy was held nuts and mints. Theue3t i ir I u remembrance of the On< k .1...."... Sites 8 ta 18. Beautiful -
,
linen cloth -
Mltciipll Michael and Ken with a yellow pailel color NO.IRON c
book table held a silver t.islon
Oissy landa Thornton Carla and centered with an arrangement compote filled with sweetheart FIRST QUAUTYl Short Sleeve s
of yellow anc I

Reddish Faulk< Cindy.Tomm Noeael.and El.enBloodwirth Stan: white !!:adlOlt, f'anked b,, roses.Oraclnt: the. coffee table f In Slumber Party \ WOMEN'S PMTIEShanitixed DRESS

sllve- candle holders with, !: For Seamless
Janel'e Thompson the Ilvl-.i' room was a kltzhenbrld Peggy Dugger

Brad Cartel+.,. Pam Perry. yellow {candles doll! which was given i j GUARANTEED I YEAR SIIInrs

Stan ScAi-ll. Donna Bryant: Dirt I-:: the evening the prix ta the oonoree along with a, Miss FPittiv DiUKet' wi) 1 / t
act-tola tricot': runproolfWhil 3 $1
and Jiique Gtskl.is! on l bind presented a proziarr' set of Ye'lon sauce pins an,, with her i patent Is moving tll i 1 Hylons' and col<>r.. Size S. I. 7; FOR IIFIi.; 'dIM/ /R\l

M'J' E wards ar.111'5: and Mi: Sinclair superin-j J arrant;->m.nt of aitlflclal l I 1! Bushnell was honors ,II a : ettlra sites .. 9. 10.GIRLS'. 2 for $5 e
tendent of the prison an:I I slumber party Pudain ,! i ,
ReddISh ,'selves:! tef: e limpn's' flowers and the truest' book : >
to the p.ipils an; their mothers :Mi' VVH.nwiteht.: : Director ol f r as a memento of the occasion,: given bv lends at the homeI 1 spec1a35C 1 lu uu laus blrud '

afti.* the rPCttat the Division of Collections 1''. from the hostesses I of Linda Jo Oay on Klnxslet \ PANTIES aPfir/ Ibu rvm, i

.- nave :!ioit talksLuncheon During( the party hOu"s one,, Lake. \ 3b'' rullun nrDiPenl \

r gam0 was plavej: and a prize, The 15 ,Kills enjoyed ...n i GUARANTEED I YEAR $ rr urnls, lrouulg' ,i{

Given was awarded to the winner weiner roast Friday inche 1 \ \ i i wlulrI' )

1 Amo'.\ the guests ,. ,, and svl.nminK on Satiu-l | ; r
i For Miss Haynes g wall m' 1/ and color Sites. Z la 14. Sav.
gumd 10
Mrs J. L. Faliclot1 mother.1 They gave Peggy a pearl 1111- ( ds 1ft si / Now For C
sM
,1 Iolh.rg ,
bride. of the! honoree and Mis May as a farewell gift. 0 Doy ,
nela 1\llg :.farcla Havn s 11. C

elect WMS complimented with, Phillips moth"r of thebl'ld rv1Ell'5VALU! jG SHOUTS (-

( a luncheon last Thursdij. gioom-electi I Janine Gay

given Iw :\11'11. O L HaynesSr. 'Has Slumber Party AORATAONI NO-IRON ""
i ., TSSBS0"Diess
.. "MiA. N. Hol'lday' ani MichaelVhiffen ... Shorts REG J
like..fy I 33"
Dacron and cotton never \
:Miss Hope;:: HolhdavTh" Has Birthday party .I nlne Gay entertained, several lrall s ljamaica needs lionln?! Smart solid colon. 3.99 '

16 guests were :;t'li ted( friends at a slumber pmI STRETCH DEfIiM 51... H la 4J.MEN'S. Slacks I

noother at four card tables which' Michael: Whiffen celebrated I ty Friday night at the W I IKplierson $ REG,

WPIP Centered bv blue hvdranwn his third birthday Sunday home. 6,19

and white malnollablo ', afternoon! when his parents', The girl enjoyed a hamburger '- REC. 2 FOA IIJ SPORT SOCKS I

I -,(1rns. topped by weddln ;: I Dr and Mrs D. W Whiffen fry Friday! night( ind 1.99 Ttln cut l
wHh
CAPTURE IT AU! bells Iliad and white place 1, gave a party for him and;! went swimming Saturdnv Lvp.dly tailoredl In11 Cut., d REG 39e need IronJn Ivy sryles ffiat never I
) morning. tnjo>lng the end-'.J- el v.. Sire ? Blue, 4ray ar i l
the seating ar- r 10. I
From the first raid naiked: seven friends. side el5P NaJS. le Fine 109": combed cotton. Me*. 28C 21 l Is 4t,
school celebration Sb-I- I
ray of "Iht.Tns ntcmfnt! The honoiee'i si 1; The! \ua'ty< was held on thepOI'ch Mete: > i btu..r oily pattern and design. Wah
I'' A } lit- lit Jane Costello Donna Nelson 'A' lad color Sirs 10 to I).
one day ;r lace was' : marked with a ot the Whiffen home BOYS'
NIkki Crosby Nan '. 5AyIyER(
is alivtThu tle bil-e-dall ''on Kiu-i.ey: Lake where N'S'N
C9IILDR
ont day I Yaun. Diana Read. I'earVol) WOMEN'S.
Th dlnlnv\ loom tab'e' was games and refreshments were TERRY TRAINING PlUl'fSBEG. Sport Shfr5
It ss lull, I fled Becky Jackson and Oxfords
't foil should: covi-ied with (jrpen"ry and I enjoyC'! Dr. Whiffen also Carol Richards Tennis

capture It all. rtntned" by an arrangement! took th' children for a boat Pylcel 29e' RCG.

t,. of blue h\'drunR"a. and magnolia ride around the lake duilnj + Special $ Nationally/ I I. m a u s brand! 1.991'Nowsn

i blossoms to resemble an the party hours. Norton-Macheda s ., b1aeN.I Is Double thlckne. rrolch.knit Lny.Lth: FOR$1, FOR .
i l aborbent callon
For (tie photographic, record of your the Whlffen QQ IOi w b st W..n I
Assiolinu
altar wllh a bride and groom blw d.nfw Site 0 'la 4. P aide* solid colam :
wadding. the services' of a qualified and,'r T rue arch. were Mrs\ Whlf fen's mother. i Mr end Mrs E. M 'lorioui tLnemN b I a. and lanais- Ittgutar, Ivy '"
are assesbCh HarnJvr .
professional photographer presented I'Mrs A. Joellenbeck of Berlin i announce the mania I')1/ Childt.ns dus to II, lylJntf. Slue tl.
T.IClionoiee was
flU> will with a piece of her crystal | Germany j their daughter! ; Sylvia TI, ud) ''ti I.whit.L rid.. nail PANTiES% sunlllrea .
i
I'hoto raph > to RichHid \Macheda. son of

treasure a lifetime, in mpnto from fie of thp hosle ocraslon'p* all u me- 1! Karen Patz HostessTo I''i Mrs, Anthony Macheda an !' \ll-tillc. Ipugnr"'t A for

beautiful natural color.! j the late Mr :Macheda ol \\ hlli* and (ulnr $1 BOYS
/ I Bedspreads :; ;;
Call U+ toda)'. Ask for Prom Servers Jacksonville. Chenille\ tiie. H, II. III KORATRON

free \ecldint brochure. Seniors In Nassau I The couple wale ma'rl'' rt REG. 3-" N 0-I
Miss Karen Pat was hostess Ion SlacllSi
ted April 6i\! Klnxsland Ga r1
album :
Complete pr TW II'y-lp.ven members of ', to the prom XT! vein' at a and are residing at 2781 Foi- 333 3.9) VALUE

to lit ever}' budget.!( thp Bi a:'ford Jlllih School midnight snack party at her bra stl' et. Jal'k.)1111.\ ?i };: 1-rf: I TRA1 ING PARTS .never 85% ;,n' IV. Isn. $ '

t-nior class are taking a pii-, home In Oieen Ac es last ., ','o.. xwry v It eeiian 'linenla n.'.hjelroaln9' I Con 3 I hLry
BULLIKGTONSTUDIO to Nin- the 'X1.O. on Null 1".rIN.1I1. i'nl IoIhiulilc for $ .. ....,. o'iv.01 .
rarely/ "oonsorcd trip: Frldav) night, following THE nfOUT POINT for the r..- :.>.f.. Inftlnq C'h-w I..s I 10 Igw .
I ; ,1" ,. ,y' -\ III'','k < rutIt.
from Mondayto : = n'u. ..1.' 7
-au thus week | Junlor-.rlor: prom way you write. Come In anil :. : ". ...::. d
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.j M/c I 0 I II{
00.: hw.hn.. In
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j enjoyed -1;
!I Friday I RpI': -shmpnt" were select your fn'orlll: KHTFU-:i .... :: : :r. v .

CMl I, .Mfi..iII IIY tilP:, 'lu()lIP 111. .k '] bv the .oiip: after which the IUJUh; t.HH. lam' .IM-II.. 'fI'-I."- yrr
Mi- nlt-it.. Biikiflale! and bays left and the "Ix utrls!! rein OK\I'II.I 5 t", a ir. .. :r -

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(1' THt'RSnAY. JUNE 2. 191111g
FOI'R mtADFOim CXJUNTV TELEGRAPH. 8TARKR. FLORIDA


r '''...n..n..m.' ''III spent until Monday morning .'sister' Gotta have a night : Gainesville Cafeteria Worker '
I'I'I
i just lazying around and enJoying out every once In a while you

some of "Mama's" know-all this work and no NURSING HOME
ParkPhilip STARKE
INDIAN BEACH Dies On Outing At State 'i
II good home cooking and hos- play makes all of us dull I

pitality. On Sunday Wayne boys-not just the Jacks. .
\\Lake Santa Fe) Pat and Roland Klnchen So until next week-do you Davis 28-year-o'd he dived. "'"V-I' 80S S. COLLEY ROAD

YOUR DAY'S RECEIPTS Mr* jBbt F. Miller, Sr. drove down from Jacksonville know of anything harder Negro employee of the Park Justice of the Peac" J. R Phone 969-.4271 Starke, Fla.
I and visited with Edna and than milking! : a fleaIt is Lane. cafeteria In Ga'nesvllle Chasteen of Keystone
rya.vv..n.a.m.Whew Mark. that trying to get the bucket died Wednesday afternoon Heights, said he would talk
I Is sho' before :determining I. \\'? hare. complete nursing. service. for ailultn of
witneses
Summer to other
Mr. and Mrs. "Lucky" Lut- between his hind legs) while on an outing at Magnolia -
'nuff h'yar this week-ain't gens Doris and Danny; Mr. Lake State Park near whether to ask fo" all ages.
it? We can really tell by the and Keystone Heights an autopsy or a coroner's Inquest -
and Mrs. Doug Lutgens School Audit
number of neighbors and children, all of Jacksonvillewere Clay County Deputy W. R. 2. \\f hate ll.N.'s mill I.VH on duly 21 hours

weekenders we are having down to their cottagefor Good Harvey bald friends of Davis Davis was one ot a partyof n day.
let alone the weather. some fun. They tell us Report ; stated that he dived Into throe couples that had

Mr. !and Mrs. David Lowry that their son, Bill Is now in about 15 feet of water and come to the park for a swim
I Minutes HitA 3. We hove our own X-ruy' and I.rhorat..ry.Ir.. (: .
of Jacksonville came and service has been stationed In failed to come to the surface. I' and a cookout.
I spent the weekend recentlyin I Texas and Is In transit The body was recove1'ed' James. :Monrrirf Is our full time licensed l teoh-

Mrs Jewel Roes's cottars hoping to get stationed In state audit report released minutes later from the lake Recent Births nlHan).

::194s so that they would have a I I I Mississippi which will be last week gave a gen- bottom by L. L. Mlncey. a

s chance to look farther for a I II much closer home. Bill has erally rood overall score to friend of Davis'; Devon Bradford County Hospital I. "'" are llcciistnl for 00 beds by the State mud

I lake place to vacation on many friends In Keystone the Bradford County Schoo" Wright who was being hi-ed announces the following? births: 01 health License No. 2.
> aw' with their son ani his family Heights and Melrose as he Board, but was mildly criti- as assistant lifeguard at the Mr. and Mrs, Lawrence

i of West Palm Beach. Sure lived out here and commutedto cal In some areas. park today [Thursday]; and Thomas Crlbbs, Starke a
I enough we can look forward St. Johns River Junior Covering the fiscal year the llfcauard on duty. William daughter Diane Lynn May 3. \\'e have a modern fireproof building with central -

I to having these nice folks I College in Palatka for nearlya I ending June 30 1965 the Phllmore. Mlncey and 31. ulr-conilitlonpr and brat

I right r.ext door In the year. audit noted that the minutesof Wright assisted Phllmore. :Mr.\ and Mrs. Lawrence Nor
I Schmitt for two weeks since the latter was attackedby ton O'Neal Starke
place a
School Board meetingsdid son Ilriulfonl
Mr. and Mrs. Doyle James 6.Ve are within tun block of the Coun-
long about the middle of have now returned from the not pppear to show all cramps in the cold water. Lawrence Norton O'Neal Jr..

Why run the risk of keeping your late summer. Ocala National Forest where official actions taken by the The Clay County Rescue May 29. ty Hospital.
Keith of Tam- of Unit called to the scene. :Mr. and Mrs. Brad Locke.
Mrs Homer they spent the past two board end acceptance was
cash receipts in store or home over- pa has pent a week visiting weeks helping a friend buildan some bids was not recordedIn and resuscitator equipmentwas Jacksonville announce the 7.Ve have a fine stuff' of Doctor nerving tile

night or over the weekend? I with her family, the Roy addition to a cottage the minutes used on Davis at the born birth of In. a St.son.Vincent's Dean! Jenness. home
arlfflns. Mrs. Keith is Roy's I State Auditor Ernest Elli park and also on the way to Hospl
cash l there. tel on May If*. :Mrs. Shellie H
Safeguard this by using our night
I daughter, the former Maida Mrs. Jo Strandberg let us son sala that tangible per- Bradford County Hospital. Gerle of Starke is the mater- H. \\e are V.A. approvril.

depository service. Be Safe, Not Sorry! Griffin. Many of Maida's know that her son Paul. Lee sonal property records were Dr. A. J. Barry pronouncedDavis nal grandmother.
friends were able to see her down from incomplete but that other- dead on arrival at the
I while she visited them. Maida and Jacksorvlile Dreg came on Saturday wise, records were generallywell hospital and sali::: that he ap- 9. \\e are upj>ro\wl! by the State Welfare Agency

HOME: OWNED-HOME: OPERATED 1 came bv bus and a weekend kept. parently succumbed to a
all mowed .
.
morning and' they % tli'" i fIE %i i,11 "Inn For Tn%
later. Homer drove up to pick and cleaned yards "until Ell'son also noted that an "freak" heart attack, when 1-red 10. "e"III be certified under :Medicare

The State BankOF I her up. visit and fish some. their tongues hung out!I" audit or internal accounts he hit the water. He said *'..... 1111.III. F. X.Voflio .
Community : I IH hnrplpv .
that'
He says tell all that he regrets made under the direction of that only an autopsy could icK'ti'
the
This family spent night MHII'ol'iiuin:' the holcln, of 11. \\e urn large enough to give all nursing !Her
that Mr. Griffin did:!, not here and on Sunday morning, the board::! Indicated that definitely determine the cause the fnll.iwlnic ....rtlrh..ill.-. Im-
STARKE do too well with him here- filed mild ,nrtlflt. for 'tidP4 lies that an mlult limy need but small enough
j Mr. and Mrs. Sam Butler Jr. soma improvements were of death. It was not! considered utt'H 11 \
0. tit, 'lie iRMiied thereon Thi, to provide u ulmimphere.I'i. .
family
( uh-m-m Roy, Homer and needed from the standpoint likely that Davis had bro-
and Charles Henry of ,.
son '
MEMBER:\ F. D. I. C. I i 'rtlrl"/lt numbers nndfiirn
Allan fished several times Ormond Beach brought their of control and accountability. ken Ma! neck since the water of lH.iiam f, the. ,lien'rlnt Inn; .1 l

during the weekend andcaught boat and picnic lunch In. The The auditor said that purchasing was 14 or 15 feet deep where the pnipi-i. IV. find taw. nnni'H In. :Mr. .!. If. :.MoiKTlef In In charge of l'omllt.Inb-
: their limit of bass procedures "wen will lrh It UIIH HXMHKHi'il an.i and xru.fuC'illtl,...
Butler's/ oldest son Lt. Sam- : I folloUH oratory < Laboratory No. 324.
each time. The fish ranged my Butler III Mrs. Butler fair and bids were usually '','rtlth'nlp0": n". Vmr "I1Ixitilanip
from e,7ht! pounds and ten and guests drove down from obtained as required by law." 1MI4!
I CHAMBER OF COMMERCE I Us. rid",'li n tif ""r".rl"| V"
ounces down to some bream. CALL WHITE OR COME BY
Naval Air Station In a general statement ,
Jacksonville SERVICE MENAND 1121: i ii': "r I.itn I A 2 of lll.K:
Homer caught hit first large and they all enjoyed a Ellison said the financial l 10 'In I. '.' *" "I'ox! .S/IJ! !Nor J,-'I'
EXPRESSES THANKSThe bass and the hole has not of condition of the board was II-S'. IJ-J2 I II AM VISIT WITH! US.
day skiing, boating plc- WOMENPfc.
..
.
I :Nit: ur, III \\hkh HHHfHHi" il I-
closed In the lake of
up as fair and that business
I nlclng and last but not enjoyable good:! ('t'ltnu
Officers, Directors and Staff of the Starke- yet. -digging the car "un- practices were generally fol- AH i"f sold prnprtiH'lnK I IiI,i Lawton( 15. Thomas, Owner-Administrator
Bradford County Chamber of Commerce express I Mrs. Fdna Kinchen has returned stuck" from some sand I lowed. Internal control over the l'.nnl\ "r llrnilfoi, I tint, :

sincere appreciation to the following firms, per- I from Norfolk: Va. l Z. o. Lynn Is in Bradford cash transactions was' good 1 of Flnrl'liI'lltfHH' snob' .rtlr"/ll"" 01i ,. .Mrs. (Gertrude; Kauffman\: -Asst. Administrator

I where she visited:! her son-in- County Hospital at Starke.Tonlgt.t'I the auditor said. .prtifH, 'iitt fi shell t lit* I'd" ,h..1,
sons and organizations for their cooperation which Cleveland Davis whose ciritlnK, { ,to lau I the "'." "tn lllHHI
law and grandsons George, from his ; pi IM
I report Members of the Bradford
has made possible the "new look." This is repre- / wife Shirley lives in Starke ..'1-llM'il '" Hill' '1) OPIIIfl.lll., 'I.,. Let Us Care for Your Loved Ones
Ron and Jerry Peebles. Geor daughter, Mrs. Coburn t Peggy School Board during the I...rtlfh./I.,, < Will lie Mr.Ill, n't '111'''
sentative of a community with a progressive spirit. ge's mother: Mrs. Suzy Peeb- Rein In Gainesville Is not audit period were D. W. was recently awarded the hlKhixl Milili, ut tin' ."".nithnuHi .
les lives with them and sends Purple Heart medal for .lour i i.n the flr.t1 t i ,
for.
the beat we had hoped Starling chairman; H. A.
Open house will be held Sunday, June 5, from 3 wounds in action while servIng ,day In month nf Jul\. |1''''i';,.
her regards to all her fishing I
In his
Mr. found vice chairman
Lynn was :! Lawson : W. whbh ,Is the nth ..hl.r I il'-
to 5 p.m. The public is invited to look over the new friends. While Edna was I yard on Wednesday of last R Lawson Arthur N. Holli- In Viet Nam with the 1st I IPIIII. .

facilities. there the family. went up on week. He had gone out after day, Rodney P. Hall and Cavalry Division. He received 1'iffH lut.-'l. tlilH :.11 MI .da\' ...1 i MM, I AS ADVERTISED.. IN ((iJfJJ. 1
Mother's Day to Arlington her basic training at Fort Gordon.
Peggy returned to homeon Ethan A. Sapp.H. tNISALI4'harlr' )
available Mrs. L. A. "Mona"Canova.
Building made by is graduate of Bradford
Cemetery to place flowers on Tuesday afternoon his P. Morgan was superin- '. .1. Iarby
the of her daughter High School. t'lprl: of (hull, i'".Ir t tllriiilfuril It cost $725 to add
only
grave and he
legs gave way was unable tendent until Jan. 4. 1963. ., ,'''"I1IY. h'lmnli' .
the late Cleon K. Peebles. to get himself up. Due ; I IMl
REMODELING and::! was succeeded by Thomas 1I I! J It >
I Edna did enjoy being with to evidence found he seemsto L. Caley.Assault! .
Pvt. Elzle A Shadd. son of BRYANT QUIETLINE COOLINGin
Longchamp Construction Company the boys a little while and have spent the night there "'IK I'! OK IN'I"i\: "IHIMl
Mr. and:! Mrs James E. Shaddof nK:<.i-rm "'11'1111"' > tar
and Robert Painters drove home and
L. Sapp George her
A. Sapp endured one of those vicious
,
I Charged Ralford. recently pal.tlclpated :Notli lx '1."rehy, Kl\ 11, "tt
Tom Gainey, Masonry Work spent the weekend:! recently. rainstorms plus" mosquitoesand in a four-week exercise the underHlKni. "d. .and. this 6-room Jacksonville home
Wells Electric I Her son. Mark got in last was quite Incoherent In Shooting pri vi 4lMiii" ..r ChaptiibtiuH "
with the 3rd Armored Divi- of Flurliliic\ .tx l l'I
I Thursday from Miami and I about details. He was takento ,
Independent Telephone CorporationW. 'I sion at Hohenfels GermAny.The ulll rcKlxlir. ulllt thi el! I.t1. i I.
T. Jackson the hospital by ambulance fContlnued From Page One) .* i'I.h..'.,nil 'oiirt I In uwi i iHradfoiil I
21-\ear-ol3 soldier a radiotelephone -
I .'. .
I end remains In poor condi .1111'101.' I'I"rldu\ "Iv
Starke Builder's Supply I I t tion. gate f. noise and was shot I ,: operator In Co. \\Ir".r..r. piildli-ntton, I yl '
Starke Hardware I with d pistol by White. |I C of the battalion enteredthe I 'nutli i t hi, fli,'tltli'UM, 'n III nKlIV'riiM I".
I Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Carpenter I Armv 'In :,: '' .. I I'! Al.f.MISI: I M' v
Florida Hydrocarbons Company d I had members of their Testimony disclosed:! the September 1965 H\.N, S\l.i' :>4, I' n II x i
Coleman's Cabinet Shop I two had been fighting over awoman. completed basic training at' ICevst"m: 1Illh'1.' \ .,
I I I. family group at home this Fort Gordon. Oa.. and arrl.ed Itut ,1 I .\,1/1, 111., P. l > II x 1 1I 1K.ii
II weekend too and report It last I I .n.' llelichtH, ,. 1'Isown'
AIR CONDITIONING AND HEATJ. I I Deputy Sheriff Dolph; Reddish overseas February. "I Irntoil
like old times. Mrs. Carpenter's
I was testified he first learnedof ., tl.ii :lint ilio ",i :Mn,
R. Bullington sister Mrs. Helen 1I ,. Hi. .ill, l
the assault when he \ 11 1'nlu i ''' in !oItll rl'
received -
George Brown Walker their daughters and 1\ "iotintKlorliln, I \ .
a call from the Brad- THE RIGHT POINT for the '
<" 4t "
Slade Gas I their families: Mr and Mrs. y t .:xflr
ford County Hospital that a I \
David Reed and children all way you write.. Come In and
man had been admitted for
FURNISHINGSMrs. of Jacksonville and Mr. and

Loyree Cbcomise I Mrs. Dolph Reddish and:! chil- wound.treatment of a gunshot I eelrct your lavo.lte ESTER- : Watch -'-- k r,

Bradford FurnitureDahmer's dren of Starke enjoyed some White was represented at BltCOK fountain, pen. TELE "LIVINGWORDS" E m.
II' i
lake activities with them. I
Discount House the hearing by Assistant
JUST BOWL theCarpenter's GRAPH. r
A Young Mark Reddish I
Badcock Associate Store I' Public Defender Gene Shaw.
"fishing buddy"Is

Denmark Furniture Of CHERRIES spending a couple of days I Surprised?

Nasworthy's Furniture Maybe. But some things In longer with his grandparents.In <' June 5, 1966thru _

Canova Pharmacy life must be taken seriously. Breaking. of our vicious This Is A Dividend Month Most home owners are when they learn boas reasonably We
Koch's Drug Store Like rainstorms with plenty of .
providing a secure can air condition their whole house with Bryant.

Andrews Drug Store future for your family, even lightning/ downpours, and SAVE NOW AND EARN A DIVI- June 10, 1966 This home has 1288 feet of floor Quletlina
Mrs. L. A. Davis 1'if something should happento even some hall. Mrs. Mike square space.
State Farm's Adams can vouch for how DEND AT THE END OF THE ut cooling was added right onto the warm air system quickly:
Mr. and Mrs. Peter J. Novak you. Familyi
Eagle's i Protector policy provides alumpsum close they can come. The MONTHat 6:55: A.M.Sundays and economically.The built-in features of Quietline simplify

payment as well home of Mr. and Mrs. Tom- installation.
Carp's
as a monthly income while my Cox of Jacksonville was \Ve are adding Quietline to adequate forced warm alt
Concrete ,
Empire and
'' fortunate last week. On
quite
your children are growing' systems for $000 and The cost to air condition home
up. your
Woman's Club
Junior and Loan
of First Federal
hearing the nearness a Savings 6:25 A.M.Weekdays
Jane Allen up-both rate. Ask at about a low the package streak of lightning: strike : will depend upon the size, design, insulation shading and the

Sandy Rhodes Sullivan Protector today. It's Family just Kenny looked:!' out Just in Association of Starke need for additional wiring and duct work.

Louie L. Wainwright one of the many time to see the electrical wire i \\IIh Let us survey your home and tell you how reasonably you
I "An 'UII leading into the Cox house can enjoy cool comfort this
Freddy Petersen up-to-date life insurance Rev. John K. Itrabham. summer and the summers: to COBO.
turn the
sky orange with fire.
policies & We guarantee our work. Call us today.
CASH GIFTS available from Quickly Kenny called the Pastor First

Community Bank of Starke your friend forlife.MERRITT. ''UUNC\ Melrose! Volunteer Fire Department Words can never express my sincere :Methodist Church mmB
and
they were on
First Federal Savings & Loan I Starke, Floridaon
the scene In less than ten
Florida Bank at Starke I HtWILLIAMS minutes. However, the enor- ; appreciation for this opportunity QUIETLINE All CONDITIOIUNQSLADE

Holiday Inn mous downpour that accom- POWERFULCHANNEL
|
Starke Lions' Club panied the burst of lightning i of service you have given me.I .
I
Starke Retail Merchants Association 117 N. Walnut St. doused the fire and the Cox GAS ANDAPPLIANCES
Hercules Powder Company home escaped with only a shall strive to merit your confi-- 12

Phone 964-5391 scorched roof. Quite lucky I

FLOWERS would say-If you have been ; dence. WFGATVJacksonville

Florida Pest Control I eu12P1' through one of these recent
= snti mi till iiuiueiMM sal//Nf "frog stranglers" we have had 332: : W. Madison: St. Phone 964-7701

_I imCMUIIIIITII: IUIIIIC so many of recently. Thank you,

Mr. and Mrs. Bill Griner ,

[ta Melrose boy you know] HAL DAVISPd.

: and their children and Mr. I

: and Mrs. Bill Smith and their
ASSEMBLY OPERATORS children all of Jacksonville ( Pol. Adv.) MY SINCERE THANKSWords

"rented I the Schmitt cottage

over the Memorial DaY' week-

end and settled 'in for plentyof I '
IMMEDIATE OPENINGS FOR HIGH SCHOOL fishing. swimming and
New and Different!
GRADUATES WITH FUNDAMENTALS IN just some plain old relaxing.: I alone are not adequate to expressthe

ELECTRICITY OR ELECTRONICS. RELATED They did not catch the most I t deep appreciation I have for the many
fish In the world but they WOODMEN OF THE WORLD : friends
. TRAINING OR EXPERIENCE IN THE took some mighty clean -k whose support and confidence made
t my election to the (House of
ARMED FORCES IS APPLICABLE young'uns home surely they Educational Film Strip Representatives
were everyone water logged! x'r'r'a success: : I.I


Excellent Benefits and Working ConditionsDaily ing We this all past had Saturday a pleasant night out-: ,]I "The Woodman Storv"For } I hall be forever grateful and shall strive

Jack and I were invited as '. with all my power to represent each and

Interviews 8 A.M. To 5 P.M. vUle.of the VFW in .I Free Showing In Your HomeClip every person with loyalty, dedication, anddignity

', '. ; : required of this office
was Installed as the new I This Coupon and Mail ToP (

SPERRY ELECTRONICS TUBE DIVISION Commander banquet Bill's and) we Installation enjoyeda O. Drawer A, Starke, Fla. r :Slay (;od.s richest blessings be yours.Y .

and dancing afterwards. The (Film Available To Members and Non-Members: )
SPERRY RAND CORPORATION I Respectfully yours,
children enjoyed their evenIng - - - 5

; Gainesville Fla. quite as much too: Jeff I Name _______________________________________ w EUGENE F. SHAW
and T. C. visited with Jeff

"other parents." Aunt Marge II i Address _____________________________________
, AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER and. ,, Uncle Pres Richardson''' , I '' Phone _____________________
and Join spent the night
. - - -
. with Suzy Rain -her only j .
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Summer SchoolActivitics / lot' ;, I' .' I '. 11' >. .: I IIn I 1 i'I" 1 'I.I I. .11111( 'Ill !I. IM.. I3--t! ,it' Hi [IfI';: pal for rlclaJis.lC1' .

: Bishop Wins ,'j-t. I I 10 an, 'iul ol I ill" 11"(I'M' '..im i I-, onii'tV' Huh: fen!; 01 f. om I II <
1 } \ : ,\MIfcI.Ervll.NT.UtY U Clt U"f ol
i RECREATION HEWS\ Set i nun..1! 1.1.. .ilmo.t., any 1.J1I 1.1'( lor Individual: lin- p, m. to 4 :30 p m dal'y: Stuc'Lnts ( ; ; | :

I I I: -I 1 I L.i I .l1 IJI I ,i ml. it or "leaditiK( / R!;111 tY. ,, lUll yearn half a credit

lt.-i i .:' i I', ;. i i.: t,1 I i i .n i ii u' >' .. i 1 be iu set icaJliiKiii by CDUtiUn,' f'-r 60 clock:: In,1., .Itl.lln! in the ski I N ffskctcli'.i

Paid] Tour I Stx'v-'l Ix t tn-t ; ', "''. ,. ,' i I. r"I i ,,'tl I I j. 11'1 I I ( i It .,,11 I a.npd by the hour (or f Instruction ) !: :, mo-lel'n' '. palliaInn.

11 cy I I f'l'ln'O: : :;,' n" i :(> ""I i .. c'l'amlc3. knitting anti

i r: .; ,i. :r. '' i h. i (C- .1 \\:1:I b'" l j. j !I'' i i iVn I IL '111'.1111 i Is iron t 1 :\\TIIEMAT: ('i-4 many olhoi.s will be offeicu

( II ., I h. ,Ui I ,ii t..1.i! tin'1 : ': i L': i : 11'. u I ,1fl i: be in 4 .irlt's) 7 I SECOND. : ; .UIV ] to s'urlpnts of /K.ades 1-".
Harold Uishop, 111 I I of S"ukpfliod win, Hut I I the :220-piinncl!: () h In-'t'ucllon I : will bl'(' ofrei! 'dIn I planned
G" 'l'V i l: l 'T'J\ .J i : in..al} ill .lie) U -i i j :' ",1 I .01' ''I"I'. ell I E.PS! \\1 1 1 b Feild-h ii'x are
.1, nvp-uM'i-p) i ii7ft j Sunday hut .4 behind Hi: long ,dilvttalao I Mn'.' ,
\ Miithematlcx
t I.I': % I"o, I l 111'! i iI fI"m'R l 1 n* m. to "p in l Ul u 2 ,, : .i. Uiis: library fom: ai: Schools offeilnu ats anciafti
to \\ .n the A. G. Paul Invitation no tied liii:i ,1 pn,1'oJ1, 'IL 1 v.r'l Fli'ilp Arlthmrt'c!
ns '
'- 1 : ; 1 "I 'ill 12 and Include Andpison JunJ
I I"i a 'iJI'J"'I. I fc' toiulu 'led by : a) t n. I to n ion from
/g.t! touiniimenl 'in: bh' lCH S>u'(1:(],is'. Oiiii "i H f'inrinl, and' Buslnc. .s. Ma he-
'" \'I'i I I I II' 1 l i W who v 'I 1 i 11 i i i o 1.'I' l I p m I to 4 I p. in HtartliiK tor Illuh Lawtey Junior Hlgla
Lake C.v. (;,'.pIte n sizzling tram II.Wf\ () t putt all the, .
Miti- .
';) A'lle'1I'
71 thot < :i t'I i .,, '..,. a jl! 't 1,1.\01'; \ i iI i ItL'4 1: s. .lttli': i rp, v l.i and inl'nii: '\ July 25 i a 'omery: Schjol IUE Iliuh! SchooJ
by four-time champion 18-1-yd. filli hole and UIP lillie' .
I 111 11 I I' Thi, .. un"i:: Tm-Ionurnetry. 'ThustU.. Souiha-da E'em nlRI'\; and
-i I
'i 1 hin I Is bcln
| J,ipk Koundtree. on I t.ii: :377.j l, niir.ibo.1 1 in i i ; d 'n (I' i ir i i I'l'nl1l'am i con-
Nipping rtoundtieo by a where, he sink' II lour fuoln \ ('r'I"r : ,s \\ i::1 i n "' !'" inI 'I i :..fFrli! us :1 l bv I i.IP; <'C! I i "cnrlcli} the rpaditiK: PIII I ni-iv" 1 USP this! I lust i u i 'II-n S'tarsTp! Elemeiita Checflth

.. I I I! lI-ti' M\<" I I' 'I I .i 1L V ol, Iho,,' )pa): tlcipitlnu Tor "make-up or enrlplitni'ii! : th! school piimtpali Cot
|Ingle stioko Bishop had nn on a par foul hole. lli "
l-, '' '' '- '' -I 1 1T' ,1'i ', ti'f' ''nti I i in-oiled fpr credit! I.che-'ulelt. J
rJ(0 :
: i I n l ImVEI.OI'j.I"J'J'ALIf !: :::el'm' tli "r oj01'kb IOIS I lor
even on the 3Vo3: 70 Kciimltii-e had birdIe 01:
par a
[nlne.hole imnsc Saturday pur at the Nn.il hole tn overtake VVilliims S's, ., l 1''' : '' lit', t & rl' "I' .\')| -o I :\ ( ''< f. oin oth 'r banks I will mil) l account for 80 clock UTIIUliV.'I.nU I : : :

( the lake C' ty Coiirly Club. at the last minute. Williams : r. ",, l'l"rli"'l P I I"' nen r; \id i. in ntal Ret: : In't ns'-d The e may be a of hoii-s. Cl.i'ueh' will be In C-i Upon the d"miiul "il t IBtud

| Opening t'"IIY lender by one hud a 78 Sunday to add :,0' I ., ii I '' I'll" I I ., IIP. i r itt' ed at all' r1m4n' : / fpn for materlils us"d:: n..utIOJ'd) High/ S"I1'olII'om
(;Iuil'.. lia.N Iniriii :St.irUi. illmi I dlr I ,'," I third I tisils' I 1 |Irn. to 4:30:: p, m. ntH who can take t th*
atiokc over DiHhop' was Hi) to hla med.il winning 09 flora n i 1 oi ( n' "- ,11 IL11t1'l I I't.\ ,r- ;
,." Williams of Otali n former Suluiduv' I "'fO) .....I..r'. II' i I"' ii ;, i |I", in .t t it- ., MiTullahasspp 1111111/0/: :a-v :''''oje-ts: in t MI: I ull cit I: id: 'jdtM 1-6 w'lo I I Emnliisls. wl'l I'nrtiplpants' .'h 'ill'l) rr 'I tr[! seine sublect.': : couri"! nmv beol'ganlzel

: ( left) anil ind, .l : ; .11 .,I',,-. V'" 'I) 'rtt'l. ))1'I'i, .' p'ncM' rtadtnu wlt.h. Mi Adkins oi Mr. to provide: instiuctlon --
Paul Tourney winner \viiu Thli" wpptrp' 'irt Bl.unn... vli i si" < ,iln:I I I' siilllnrd 1 ((1'11111)) I K I ; : dliriculll's on an-: Heath[ : In U'tually any area.
ahot a 69.f.1Rollndllee. p"on ri--': ,n'M' I -llt.'rt': nil. I IrI'lvll1" pIn:' will b pla-ed: to -llIdy.l '
Naval Air Sinful
also won the .
Contact L. II Gbson.: SumJ-
., '
.
z.l'smts t IlL -Milt'iiill t 'liiurniN : > i i \ I' ? .iit.t0i'Il
was grouped : Tiuiiniiniont' : Ills: .. for | tmtnlM\ : K.I l .in"-I skills. CIa'-s enl': l SPKFC'II l1IER.rII.:1IEooIl'lt \' : "'LF ("11U'ITI \'
yenr i Cooidinatoi
TinI! I Anini I >SI.n k. In : I < : ..lI'.I.'l ?,. 10 till mp'' Piomam
back with tlnce. othcia 'at 75'I the .second. time will compete I'I I Tn t"jRinta! n") ,is|1' "II!' (' 111<'111. will not ex Cfd 1 : \ : } I ISJJPPOII | SEC'O'\U; \1| '.
Mt:itional Slou-1'itih Sulthill! I .,nn1,,. I "Ii ,ilpd\ 1"OI'l usa bti'ldlax
I I' i 1' 'ic! Wai1ti i ,
oTfrrprl! ut both th' n.JE 'I'1'
:'Salurday.VIIIIIII11S had putting Oilncsvillo. In a touinuniont -I 1 tud) :! nt making: It ', l Theuipwill bp '
linuhlp Sundny and I I IRcundtiec for Junior college studonH. :!, Tournament: held heic I I..t. ,'i ,Mill'in: ::H to gain tin' | adforri Hi"i!! Sr't''M, p ,. loi) I IP.K(;, ,ieis to KVP! bpttt-r I | !:( In the mot,'nlna at A bis'p! couisi htununs- SI'\I: \JUt I'KOGKXM: '
weekend] and despite; Ole M in im :, '. ii'ist T.'llnhas, The iMh.Oi1'' ) eoi'y an-1:! Pi' ictlje
0'' ouUl not match The Stnikc flash I Ii entolleilin : I1i'.1I11"1I | 'rf"tlvp stlf'cnts" Mini'd! \ t n tJi\n.lm'"ud i t'!: unit; i Itch Ion. IENRl'lIltENT | \Vcnthcr went I ij" "f'el'rd 1'sllmme"\
ft .f the 19-vuar-old 1 lilshop'a pace i i'n I St. .lohnti River Junior Col- evaiything off tu.iui won e.veiyono'aailnin : contact either Mr. Mutliewsor :\'( and Thursdays l and L Casey Ji CounTty -
I well. Buddy's: Sport Shop of.| I':it I 'nn/ and reaped n.slthcv I for bovs. and ulrls In wiades
even though hi hot Sru! .i-1 Mr. Mont IP. <
was
lege in I'alutki. ,IftEVIKN'TARVI' : .Iiinl ,
HUli SC'h .
ir 'ol
Tnllnhnsieu emerged IIH the !1t.,1, from thc 7 throl1' It I la ThU will' .Jprl'lntendent. states:
c ; : i to ('om!) | roii'se
J day when most moirs soiiieil CI'- rift coin'"ns in i in- IIPIrommunlfm. I All F.iiiijhment I ', .
111'I" anj Fil'ay I Chil- andelour !
We hIve greatly
II III i xi)
: Champion. beating out a game I I I' u" ;s In' u K.cl to earn 2nd )I" I luu-'it, In the' FIl'cll"nl''s
hail '
Bishop ,
i t tolal si HIP of nf f'I"h: AmPI'I'lIl1'1n
I [ ) ) I I liui"tiai'p Alts '
an oi : will bp sdMduVl" ( :! for 30 Stu-
and to'mined Sanford team I f.II' ] I summer ;prouram\
'!' 143 to HO for, n..lInlUI'e". and \mti i. 1'" Iii'I': \ II ( I'l Iii i'NOPRPIN i s loratr-d) In t'BulldlnM )1' UO'
,. i .' wicn\ "P-., \nmhcmatlws. : lam) has been s,'h' .ultd '. 'c-sions,%, i wire wpcklv level! flnfl
a 147 for Willnms. i\ I ni4 i 1' i oi II I' nn \i>- The TallahasHoe team was the I Auto Sales wn 01.1 1 thc mornings: 8 am dents it t any may
I-IIIM I III "'S I 1'1"1.111111' V business pd'ination( I "' "Ipinenln1: s-'i'1"01 each school
'v-'t't I'n numb"1" ] of Intpips'ina, activities
t only one not to Buffer a Ions I hllll1.I1 I I I I bv dropping games tn 11 a. 111.. Monday
I Bishopill .itatii i ,ntpi, on l\ 011\11:11\: I' American! Histoiy. end olli"courses Will be I lo all
1'iiiltiin L I I I l.iiitnir i V'aint'H. ..TarkHimvllle St. Auguatinu.NocRcl'a 10) t c: ,ilnpMvlIlp and the YMCA I OP"11 I students A t peech improvement I tliioifh I : ni-')ay. Janp 13 I! at all of outschool! centers -

the 1961 Brndfoid! HlRh !C1'hltlquad. I'Iii lii.lIr. of Staike, and Or- uf I. nit, Walton) both by 6 to ( will be available ntDrndfo.d I Kiadrs! 1-6 who wish will be 1'inHi'C'ti'd' ( I li ,I t lliiiiii'-h) July 25Tlv I have appointed Mi.s.
boReverlix of thi tin:il I HlhAccirrtlni broadpn {.nelr readlnii ,
A. moiul' Befell were the 1st :8! I01P4.Si en Wi dncsdnv aftet- : c-l.iss. will wink with I Lucille Payne elementary
.
.>nine holes bill hunt on to u I IIin I .In<-, i.ut., ? IHBVUTICK 1 loams.. to bo eliminated. Perry I :, .u')Up On i'dim KustmiratV. to C M CH'k' j Iviifus.) In 111 jst (ases. '(): This IniiHiwaf d \'el-! HIP now, equipment and ma- super*. Isci!'. to arniiixe the
I ifIiIIILfl
: ,AI-I'ISAK I. \ md Ft Wilton YMCA fnllr>w-I I dii. ''Uii I lisnnvlllii,)) ) 17 to 2. upervlslntr! ) utiiu'l'ml' J. Btu-i ('lacheslll! be helrl: in II class will be in cm1 1 tpilnls 1 ipcontlv obtnlnpd activities fnstudpnts: !! in

Tl I U,lllnii' lo, > i .. .11'11'"* fd. !Si'; :' ,ChIt V'i s.1 iiiu-s bejrun! with inil V \IC.S tl-2 before losing (lent s renultitvt', ) n '-Idl) "lip|1'1' school !library. makhm with Mix. I-Infl 'I! ', MIP F'PI tionlcs( )irotram( fnl'/ Brakes 1 through 6. and L If

Ion in* .In.'11; 'ti\' :iii.lltleil, ': : III.11)':' I I"I. '. x (Ii"I- nn Ii,It nl iniipi( :Ml" 'IM 1 I to) 'r ,'Jaha',1) i () 7 to 5 and San- ('rpdltc may earn HiPin In malPitals: I bock.. ''' I' ', develupmetital ipa.t-: Prndford l High School / dibs:in to roiidlnati'. tin- entire -

FLORiDA I HLt)| Till IHVItri. IlllH I I.I 'II I Il .md: LI i U:! '.II I lulu, ,d ..u uird, i Jn il !'I I I II. 1.1-0. two-thliHs:! ot 'b" i"-i" "iir, : nlllll'; 1Ih mawtuln, '! clnsSl'idenls- l lx-weiks:' pingram with,
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thp ,
l it I itiruinsl \' '" In (In* nln' Mti.imiil : cnnrsc. .s'udents may I
v'miit' 1 ,unil lailHi* unit, 1 "i ,nni 'I 1'1. i 'it\' right home run' time! dll"-'"''' I the mtr"'pi, ) ;, ,tiii7-l. I u\ailnble lo time arc ex"ccled lo be n'lni'! In I I their radios:! I itrans- emphasis\ : on secondaiv) activities !-

ii'iiulriil, to HI'\I| .u <*n\| nlniir '\I" > bit i i HIP tourney, 20 oft nmnrnm. ;, / Htnd"n's pnnl'e'. iiun / the iirxt\ ?,, tuid; scond m-ade\ l I.uries. 7 7 thiouxh 121
I lots\ \I tuhp t'iifp
THEATRES '\'"'01,1, .iiiH\\'Ilil "mi'i"' nr I"111',|1'ililitiK PI..I..llrr'H1.. I I.. I tin t BHS Junior Hi t ''', i )bv Tit"[ '!iJuiiHou) and San- for academic cre'lt, mii't Rc-j Al sump' i hool: tenters II.... I 1 tin mid' I l.st vacuum"ntlntneiil I fi I We extr! 'ct to has ,p something

I ''''11'3' Hun. Thulium, "' & 1'l.tn" I I"n" .\ll Tourney .Team potink for CO c'lpk' !hn'ra' n" i'I.;: .1111 I \\ Ill I'I.-'11110 "'i'Cft Class will be conducted! bt rhpi-k, t'be" iadl" for pi i ope1 for every student who is InrteiestPd

JII.:0.' :% 1'iiipli.' '..x.'iin.siuki. ? '". \\ II\ i"i-ulei-tod l and announced' \Instruction\ Ji any one' tub-I.] <* ''i'.i'1 oiai i ': Clnl'. Shurnlpss !S< p"-h I C-----i .ttlcin\( 01' I le-le-lun : pnouuh! to >ultencf
., I"I"I"dll. unil flit I tlii I. it I I I. I 1"1'' dule. Beautify' tro- 'lent. ; \
7 I 'I i i ; 'iiJiiiifV-XHUiii\ : and I> .' -"- totist' 1 for Buidlord: Unfniti'iiately we are unable
VVvekdays ..
Th- 'f1'ollI i- Cnirse, Isi
IKi rit'
< i rLMII1 il 'in 110 urn.l,0't I III. i
jhi't', LI 1 (' presented, to Hit Tin," ""I11mel'J"n." / -" I I' Ijn' r 1"l):> "-i' imiiiovpttpiit.rviMEit lio-jls
Sunday 3:00: Saturday 1 1FRIDAY. i I. "11 1, nt ilu ,fin" nil. ,i'in "," I 'I' .si' i eln 1 ot fpl'ed1"; "' to l'I'lUe.t I to fuinSh tinn.sportatijn for
I I.1. I jil.u) et! T )ill iluissco'nl puuntv'lcli'! nii'l' stu.ip'itsmnv I I I -. : II
.1 in..ro tin I.nil fi"\ "t .iiinI nr: Divn : (' N('(:S I ISnrONJVlOfer'ti's !! I "f'r."t.I"1 I | fruin rn'tiv sturl-III': i 11l1C'tlvltv other than
I 1.>"10. .1111 1 i iv ,i-. I ii. il' ...ii II ( t,01. Koit Walton Met-- etteiTl, )nnv 1 in !mnm. of iiiiofin/vat rsFcoxn\ )' Hwimmiiu This too must be
SATl'KDAY{ ..,.I'I Mil.I I'i'inl'l lint' u III I I.i. 1 .iK < ceJ i'I!li, I ml I '. unil I Inlnosvllla_' 'Pipd bv I""h..,..., pi 111 I I I Iin I Tie, activities! of thp in! s 101111'S: pio Hen 1'.1' CJteene will conduct! ,'f ivsti'pttdADI' "
II' "I'1' "H'" June a.) I 'l, Tin' 1011I, nUnlent Is un: un l( )thnip 1 Is room No on i | inei, prom'inn in' ludp I ;
'I hiI 4 niitli'(' liii, II b I" tuil'l' "I .i'> I the iih.in-e; : :! siur' Double Feature I'rigramTheStoryoP "''I b''i" I III' 11 W i.I-IL" I ill' (I..1,1.1. .. tlI ,. :mil' I .I. | Iail': nnd already plun'c rpsttlpte-1 1 to ,:any PIt 1'1 ttilti'-( vi(hn! menial c-n -tUe, -; w'l'k I'll :.viiiirMiirs\ "( 'IE:\('I'i iI ::! \ 'I.T DL'CATIOV: ;
lltlM. .l III '111' ,I.Itl'l. .. I I 1:1: I In. ,in,* in) nip to nniUe n.nxtttihli'flC1' asM: a- '
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school. iPtiirl .' I icntf--Hal) J ii' i-'l'iir' \' I V.H'H' an oven be.ttciTlip : ; -iVNINGLn1'c1'rnt I, adults will) be offered from
fnn'J.1'H )m-n'il Iii '
live 'n 'h '
I I'll'-'-J (IlllH. 17th siisy! "f M i ISt9IO. i ) dps jvpi'iatii I I The sc'puce Ciitiis.) "i in the n-w m.uhe-I,'
1 "'nt. ; I :ibii'Mrv I' d'velo'l"el1l., < I June 1 1:1:l throuih July 25. In.tin .
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'I'll \ pi.is: I I : \ I I' \1:1: I : S I'.uKi) I llcurciition: Del ( '
In rtrl"P ellled should
/ ( ns ppjn'l"f) ) I ii'i-llnu I participants
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pie'iintion. ) In-, ',n' I II! bt olfpi, 'd In mos''
.Wi7pne I i });)( n 'inv) s:-ii)'ni ill.tit'.iittl ( ) \\ (
I'M IIl i It 'II 1'1 l I lo
ni wishci
v-i. "ik 'I tn" I> : t expreathanks "
-I -i. nlivt tntisl.I rum1 ]11 "t I iiidiii cont Mis' Brrrilcp Hopkins -
i 5 1'1'-1'1',11111' ic
I:% I Hi <1 11 I I ih M i \1.-. I I lo the aII'I l I :Hi IK'< its wlm) tI ill I bp" -,('III n' I ipnii'is) tin iifhoul HIP
| |. n I I ) following fo.i 'irnll'i t l'I"i 1 (jtlf i'f';iH1' ''.. "J Jwiirr"prm'l : '"Iptivn1) : i'I' i I" id1: ('.,. "' the Adult Education.
ROBCRT \I.dll'd if
|I"I" > Kepi' t ( nrils Tu He : I i tll"n ')''pe.lInn! I 111 i makm, 'i .1. : -.1''iulf( 7 'ii'id' ,"ibd, )P ni )vtilidI I i IIMH) 'JILl'C Mill, be \K'oup-

TAYLOR .iMl: : I JII'I'' ,' Ilu: ii Students ale I tin- tounipv, n iniccesH: iijt,) nc"ri'i'iIh' 'to he i 1'1'' i i 1"' i t-- h- -. -I I lOp '! (',,II"I.It') t I MI 1 VV i ii"''I'tPn' .i (' I' .' ") I !Im.n! V '""l'n"I"l '( l-.i: I I.II'r Office( In the USO building
'SI 1.1) 4t 69 lorlf hoins\ o f ;rln's inshii, 'he me, Its fii for) de'utU' about these class*
GCPALDINC 5i I la st'ho ,iiI i "slI'l' -- t 11 1 'I 11 i d! 1''ell1l'cl1"I', "IL"I'' 4- !
a kPd( l 1. i bllll' : | !l"1I: i Ilin'i"'\ .il HI.I.lice.] Com) I i I" i'I \n' ( 'n ( i k i it "

BROOKS i I u I. LI 4'k 'Ihe nicklu will be iininllv) Ktilp tinl. lat Fpdfinl 'Inn! nnrt six hmi's' of Iji'-, 'I "f '1' oI'la'I ', ,I'.l' )I" 5 ,' 11'/I ," i.u'' r.t"! i -, MI I i b i "in- I i.; I fin' n't' HH I i ml' p Inol- eafSTABLISHEO .
hifl1- th-hi''j nr'r; : 1'1''IrJ1'n' '
CHAD 'e -
i ed to rmrchisp: alt envelop ) :t'i\ii"s' : ft 1.0,111 Terwll _,_ Ir-. -. ----a.r--- ..
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EVERETT \ ."'lOt'ill cnnl-d' :'\11'n"1v ---- -------- -
NNY 111 u'lii-'i'; !" rppoit rails will bp I legalMotor*, Nougel'H'' Auti.
301 '\ or !\rl. aa.ti"I'! fo
U. mai'f lo their home address:: Mil "1(14, anil tl.irdon t \ Rest UuI'LLUI
2"IGER ''! \
tails
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:NTH lYugr.imsTh for (InniiUns Ihu trophies; Tin 1904 S

..,..."".-. in COLOR IS"ITJrC fT1"NAI.t'I11ar .
of :KliilUo': Utilllica DPpurtmcnt Badcock
8RINDA SCOTT DRIVEINOpen > year has b: (ell an execlenl I City ,,\ !: ,
P.Ifor the Junio: H'M' i ) and Di-partrnPiii I I
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mllanv' : nw )pitiKiams ,Df Public! Wnrks.. for I Ilioir hell l| ; '' ,': ]) hi. lQptill; '. FURNITURE and APPLIANCES
.
7:00: >nlv in I lh"HMMfflW; In o'Bt
ill :: tlic- ftu'I( IIth'4 iciu'.Vlo ) '
KcUl 'K .
have been inaugurated: :
PlusCOLUM8IACOLOR- Show Time 7:15 I HI'uli"rc: I Hip Itiillmlio, li.mdli'd tin, I lo nvn (rt t..lllll.I""iIl111" iifiri-' ) NO I'S-\O( ; : ) t -

ADMISSIONAcIuIN :\ : incursions: and I to all I I olhpii-- "in-in liii in ll'I-! -linv'PIS t'ui'n))I i t'wii:
\VI' .' '' rx'-Ppti'Mia'ly) pioiid \() 1m:;i>
;
hr -uwiliPiiiBtiiulryiln) aIr"'fri' T\J"E; ,
U S !l 75 or U-'adln" Classes Abo ifino
om! .
I lie t :iinnanientWe ,1 1) hv HPhool 'htifusro '"
Children Under 12ree I s'i' ,,rirnts have wi; TIN: .\ ;Nfio; : n
been '
COLUMBIA PCTURESPUIII i inidlpl !Lolkvp\ I Ihp bull I I ptnypfh! "-, t1>" |111'IIII'es? | ti> be '11'1 I Ii ,

FKIDAYSATl'UDAYJune I I in fit\) much iwlpiIi :!" I ,[ I mil) I I their I! fiiniilliH/ who spent i I "'I'I'""'- r.l.tIItl"n, b"" )",'h't) ,. (OWl') .\( '( '01'NTS'

::1!, t (', '" rim, 'hi '! I th- school yen :,,1110'I weekend' ( In HI'u'kl'fill'. etui ull'' tmt) be nt r iiilt'vl, / '-


Double .Feature I'roaramMARLON : .VV iItt,, .,HIP, ,.ii'.l itltled:i :look fniwaid with, the t t.) I'e-I 'II liiKhly"lilt: WPIC!Inips'c"t..u'ii, ) t told. l h.v>| by ni'iny this tluillluv city)I I, lid Tii tntc(Airut.rtrp'i Inn f',.lli"-i n m(' iiWii 1I II-\ N .lLErrgur

'j i nl.ii: ..'d 1 ptiinm; nixt ycaiPIoIF I me i )lixililrij' $ ) toMMird lo "1' "Pf"tv Ph'' shIll"' 'I]it', !HUie. ii 1)) 1)) 1 1 i1 JT P V VI'lli

I i.ns bPfii inrde Inncli pjuffc&
tC'-" HOLIltloT i next year's loiununient.ItlllltlllU I ,ill' ;'jilt PIOW'i'f'l' nt I lit
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(III until] atcis! as I'ell"- ll'IMPllllll' I. ,' 'CUM .
; PIIKHP own (\1.1I. 'oli I w91 h" (

'. \ \ O"J'n t>> < S SSOij 11 r I in,'; c-'mlreIwIlsIon.( rpad'iv I PIle lo till im<'!lumc'iit we.i) I In'!? onppi of skills til I n et't'-: 1 Wilh T'It"' > :, ,, I :Mosl'TSTW9TH !' jJ [ J J I I I I I ) 1i

"< t I. Mid vocabulary lin- _
thiiihill "
i K:"mien) \\ (!I'I' i postporiid fair :.sliit'nn'/' nn I I I' n I

I'I ("II, mnnt 1 lusl. ",.',,,.Ie l I lluwpvir.I I HIP vBW'nt'' Kiv' piccii'ilion, ( t! Is ,
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It Spcil.il, I Fdui'atiim I Itanium \Boys will play this taken for safety, P.iri'iits meip ytp4

An aually iewaidln pl'I I wealt I .au..fi'ri to l''nlll''l) I tit ,

: ,' 1" i II i 1'111' his been dec! e'O"f'i, In I :Srlii-dnlc; : ,,"h"<" iitliiPlpnl I f')1)" dptii's' '$ '; -' 'i ___,S 4r&
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I :oa & eAr.. : )'i This )pioisram has HUP-j I \'H LIberty .Nntionul U p s. in I I, will h" TM',..'..'*.I"V. JUMP 14
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K"sS .: ('cssfiilh, inpt the variety ofi i Friday June Mike Sexton Is In BPnrrilrlwijp '

SUN.. :MOX.. Tl'ES. I ,!J h! ... M' ,i'fK for, that part of ouistndp'it vs.. Lnwtpv) I n pin Trleijt/ yni[I of) J HIP j h' ..' I Johns" Oil, 7 ::30 pin HI\I.-. ..: ...
June :5. W, 7 !/f. bortv In neel of ) Cli liii l'f'fl mii'.t' 1 1mbi i
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L.J: June 4 II C. Wall v Ii.
n"'n'' I'I I assistance In school I Pit In srlinnl fT .nt loitst
I'rECHNICO..O/tolJ Di-toiint' (II t i pin' LiuUv, vs.
92d; ,...11 I It W- 0"" year, to pal'U'lpate.11f"rt''U'"O .
j : Libi'tly" Nnliiitiil) ) I 7:10:: ( )pin,
IY! F : A SapSAL" I'GIURI \Vl.rI4'tSIhlyflL / : I OIP.1111.'JAll
"HO
H''I1I''u'"rthulJ' : ; l I LPIIKIKTho -
n' 0111' lentest proi"fii : "h ,I'i nI'(, reaulu-, ,, I toliiv p
crABI ( Women. 'i4 .Softball I I I I.PI-I It
.
I "I'Ul ii tcims of mentIn'Imm(1'litc' '- nl! ""1141 onn ''' 1J'I"r)
.. PIti. all t <' got I Ilililel I') WilY') Til''s i.)ivnl
DSVP financ'al' and e '111- Ihm" F-onomlcs' In orclrr/ ,:; to
I r..1J) : : ) lll. M.iv, :II. Hill, '.si. :Sin.. II :
I j'O" i''HIM)1.1, nrprts' In bPB'i I the plnved] l Jnmlttiim: ", i illlf.; 211t(1( t (trnflitnie,) from, lili'h ntT-nl I-

: ...... ..A "', .u'" -; Woik-study PraICl'I1.mVI fee! !game. HOhIdy! Inn VH Nnncy'H( A- .11|i Is almqut lnrinsih''I.. I t"

...., ) l' tiit) I tilt's' pi04ram" hi"si liPli- ,ilow('1'H. Act", nntitplv, !;; rover nil! ii- ports!

... PH tofm thp -lion-onl' seliPilnlifi'' ..r :Ni-xl 1 \\1'1 k : of Mil I.4 sub hc.cII! I In ntiP) IPM J' CHEST F8EEZERI 1 UPRIGHT FREEZER

87 lid,. and: at the same tltnIT :' Tlieidny. June 7 Kum:v'a ,( 'IUHTO i orlentnUin! <"1 11-- '" $

BRANDO ,,\1 I I''.' am1'!IP 'In'ot' hiI'tItV /rioucn vs I ITiiMt, Hi.oil.M. : ) !!grIt. o I'filer, ] I to 1111'1.l'ho. uillhp

'n I 'mi I \'''In'I,<'''r,< to II "'i"''Iii' ,pin). I li'Hidin;' /) ',in I lml; v-. \Uoii-, I ,IM, .i 'P 7 m"'d! H'VI' ,p AH I) .-' I Hotpoint Hotpoint! 10 Cu. Ft. 352 Lb. Capacity

&gE&ctcOLORPANAVSS10Nl{ .Dr" -'I ''i''., i-lttlls for futu'e PUIi )d.iInn) II IJjIl.Registration, I i'I t'id'i,lItti'- t 1
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i,n '..i ,l. vion ,I.tnKnn; Homo r1nomli" '''> II. -
COLUMBIA 'F I On .lipollor. e.iShilf .,-.>
nn,>.in<'4-< lucatlnii [ Set 111'"' in:"Pi to pn"oil!!.

PICTURES p..Snt$ L Tid, inn the coin, e of this T.IP roiuvtp) will poin-'st of d"IIIUII .

rHy1ey rJ1$6 I tvpln" has hi'i"n "PX'PII 1 -1rd 1- For First Graders f" od r ttl: ,
Rosalind r \pi' I two 1 ,i't'q'; : one .In i>m g1 ;:) nri'.i l ." S I i'ii' > (trades 7 BiH B with pniatlon I 111' m 8 30( .' ft. m. t > ,..'O'L I
IHtffiI, ,
Kindergarten ...kt'tinil u
it Door < ;i.i
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RusseI1MiI1s n I In-ltirt i I I numb-r pa't'Mpat-' 10 u. m '! ail the (,it' :hc'i' <.'.>'li lagl1l" I
will be of- 19.9 I sides' 1 .1ot.i!. --- '
T.ifse; plassp IOn
inc Rpjflstrntion.. has bppn )wt. lug/ eontiltcMonfMom\ .

I j fptp', fir one semester and for next Tuemliv( : .Jnni7, lotkindpffnitnerft "- m to I It I :30T a. m 1 Stiuii'tit" ( 1'\\ : '

I I \\ ,> Imk lot thpm to contInue ind npxt Wfdnesiliy. ) may ciiioll In pth.py| or bnthcin

Sun.. :Mon.. Tues.. \\ 'ed to be li"hly) ) successfulrt Juno 8, (for first HI" .ul- -..,". A rcV( *> hmf>rtt hi-Pttc' ; 54cr .95 'C: iTI I ,

TroubleCOLUMBIACCMOR June 5. 6. 7. KDoulde .\ ers between 8 n.m. 'lOll :3 p.innt \vlll be hud! dally at !9:50 I : u. ;) :'

Feature I'rour.un/ I :MIFelvn, H'nev has i ifinne I' I the school they plan to attend ,ITh' 480 Lb. ;;o ,

1.1 i outstan-JIni' Job with Totii"S, lo hn covpre-I In "t'tf; I Capacity. 189 11i )J Jluminlll11

.
fo., All,,, mwly Instituted Junior All! Staikp klmlorKiu! 'foods &|).i--s in:'Indinlannl, <,i'" .\ ? I.iner I "i ..i-l. I I''rco/intf. .\
H"I" )ii A't Program" S l">cted children will rpjristpr/ Ht Had' piepailiiw) family ml'f'\ t 'leniperalure ( (untiid.I I < ',oiuiler I I l.il.ini! t l ,

'nni.f't" pavtlclpat"d ''n SouthHU'p) ) xinic till the! Stnrke pnitii"-\ |',i'iil< s. tab]"-" ") Lid. ......41

,_ ... ', 1 DIP. oik of two special area units will ha lit Soul h. raatnie"'.. HIP usiof el1ulo-

,i'"Ii. f ourtne thp vpar and i ip ,sIde this pomlilK\ tprm All men' T''''' tlotnlni' unitI'r'\ $10 DELIVERS $10.00 DELIVERS

I ". looking toward an ex- honls. Sin rke .
"P county It( except lnrl ,ldl' (,, _.!,-: _r.q.ilmr. pattern,
Wedne-.da>'-Thu r.-da)' pi ''I 1 Art Print-am' np.xt' Pll'm..lury.11: \ hnvp klnrt!rgnrlcn ', intp-rr I. l\on..JUll\ ) 1 ope.'a'ljrtof : '

June 8, !9f ) I' (')lIe In which most of unitst) ,, TIP't fill rloili.'i'"' 'eouimcnt 1 !UPRIGHT FREEZER SPECIALHotpomt
ShiPDJ rhtMipnmn INlofRlGIEl
: .'I" vomusters, will be Involi All klnIel'g" t'n ,
Cl-i < ',,.tlt fro( 't In :I'oom-i
____ -I i Iii( a limited time. t he lit IP"i'l ll"p \PII' "fnate

I In.I',,'.trl.tl1'1'1 before" .Tnmi):irv I and. HrMKrHrtor.s C-fi/ an-J C-7wt SJn. TJ-my.
Fools miiat h,' six \ ..nsorajfp .. I \<'ill I he tauriif- t"y tI.Ipx: 2-Door 1 ll.G Cu. Ft. Never FrostREFRIQERATORFREEZER
n. f prodn WI' hq\'p spen ; >
I IIIP Olb'-on .J"'ri-f' rts. HoTavlot -,* 12 Cu. Ft.
J 1.
--I 'I.ht.V$ i-psiilti! from an before Janiniiv
DUCK! A'v, 'n-p) stii' :ipnt
"V'lI',: """'1 PI'1aram This! kindpfjirti) ( n. J prnnrimI" I may ,p-t:, n -piedt in Horn '- nut( (j i. n.J ( \ rn(
.',nptlrIlPnhl I I not to ,be uonfusiKt With the. :
)
Plus. mnI'ti| t bv fr60/ ;:: : :: tI
The! l"ul'lnll'! tho..h.'I In'oimii'aMi.ar Head Start program: which wr'lltn'> ) On wheels for -v G t1
Icelementai'y clock! -." 01 t"tlf'tI 1:1, () dJo95 M"!) LI I), rtev/er. 16 I l.b.CrKper. .
be ut Stiti
Hlh ulll in operation "
Here Comet Lord Lev A 1<1 ..O\f. a .J"n'o" this Htimmpi'. 8tur1''nfwill' ,, b" s"s--pd ,n 'Jeani"':, ( Svp.iralv; Fret1/-: $ ,

udj..q -hooi: Proirram are centered: fee rif J 'n-'h for" the fod'ol.i. "- Muill-in. Dour!, ,, 'l.oiKaunelic coldlontroN. 239
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loolt Bradford County in latuuhnpits ) IT compartment.
-ii", wine variety of ex- : :
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I... ''Ahio.. n, i I' "cei for on- Itu"ent Itrit public Hchnol klnileititen -- ManMik bv th' :\ !Dmn' < -ltI l Cold lixk ni.iu-
... "fuflT" in thp f'ot'i'n'' cli'4i ) .
I. fu. '
GEORGE WEIRDO'SAN f ") all I i.k-
,, W,. do not however.!! nl'1le"t ; | program, which )I.- : nftic ditiirs.) 4 dlide-iiut; I $10.00
i I must b" twryilr-l bv the tu-'
fll" basic 1'01l1''e., ,,""h PSF' all children In the count,; I Uoor.hl.'h: &--. sheNos.utom.itii' In
.... dciit \ small c'lai' ) wIll' be
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p. t ,.ji Socla'' Ptti"le" Child' p'") "01' tog opliool (>I"I '' DELIVERS
mil-1', foi"' Uie. ..unnflt.. iv-nk 1t'I'iul'I liuhl.:
DELIVERS
\ Mi Science, aid thIs 1l1fflhl' I rcl"I'g'( i i i I.' "ic fii .t time\ $10.00
,. PFHSOMAI; TV PINOUnship'
flith
:" of ,adini! wrinn" \ IH I {il' ] i .
I i nnd a |"h\' h'nl evmimi-) ('ntir'., rlol"pnnhrv1 I II
''P'lnPtThn.| p ain
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I, ,' MITIO Import; I'icp: I nn .mil i'ei I ''in i .''fllI..11.. \\ i it .- -''i, V 11)1 v III! I h') ''n W. S OAOOOCK! FURNITURE & APPLIANCE

,>ns: hi,'f.HI.. i''nti-i' in'''; -i' I Im) il I IIII 'I'" 'i''. 7 "I, I .xb >1'(' in iv' "u' 'ill ,
ACT OF PURE AGGRESSION lilts, Off

._.... .UP..nD AASTS I ciulrt like tI511', t .,ni'ri I I n fi'l'1 ASSOCIATE STOREI'

i d'i tile u ,,1I1I'rul I ',' '. k :V ,' l. I 1"I'1 I ] >I I :," ; t...... I -\1.1...'. I t .,.

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TELKGKAPH. ST.AHKB. FLORIDA THURSDAY. JUNE 2. 1IMKI .
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I station at Plant City and released encouragement or advice is until I-. I)ii'Ii rltilm, nr i ill. ,in.mil 1 I I i In ieKHlntu: of Adrla. T. In thlH "- .nrt M ml 1 IIh.'" IIIIMO.If .
I fit f!" I os a new variety In needed concerning the new intiMt l h. III \\rltliiM I : Mini,' IIIIIHI. I (Irnilv i ..,i ', 1}ui'ttiiH,*d I.I I. Hny you, IHII whv ,' m-tiiui
rI : L tate th. place nr residence afllpaNt I I of thin court In admltniiK, .siiII.
I 1032 has' replaced the earlierMissionary variety-just see Ben Loperat offk'e addrvH. of' thf rlalm- I To NOTICB All Persons OF PMUUA1E lnt0Hunt In will 10 proboli- Hhl>ul,1 -ml, xtaiiilunrevoked. '

I It strain which went his place on SR 100 south. tknt or hi* attorney, i>t It will I ICHtntB or HllUI. rxi'-nilent : .

Into decline! after being the i j:I HeSs been growing strawberries bm'onvj void' HnMtrrllnri''. : ,i ,, law.l.yli
L. leading Florida berry for! all his life and ghou'dknow I'\ TOWNE." ( TowiuI.VI.K KxiM-utnr- in,' //1'h" I'll Instriimert purporting. COl'NTV .1 1'I)Ill t 1CKIl'Ht .
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frit !h. the IHDI will) an-l teBtH- pulilU'Ktlon" mi I l-th I .l.iyf
-I many years. Just as the 001: a winner when he s.es 'his J ICatatr! nl AilrlH "'. trail. ;. of Hiilil dvrtdcnt hits been '. ;:\11)i '. A. I 11 1 191111.!>
"c-fr outvleldetl the older Missionary. It. itt'.d&wd.. Imllti-d. to iirolmtv, In thlvMirt Tllonirm" ,,. it 'fieri" i ,
KIl'KI' pulilli'tltloll, .. oil tltM 1 12llli I
it now seems "'" You nre I lureby, fommand. Attys At Lrfiw
irw I Apparent | i I'll I S .lhln Mix "i-Hlendur monthvfrom III .11
1Ai that Dabreaks. wl'.l: cutylelJ In rh. (.<...,.ntr ..,,,1..,*'* < oiirl In ; .* I'lKP.CIi ,' I the date. of' I the firm pub- "Starke" Kin.
I the 90. i | AnsI For llrinlforil, < ..iinf>, try leiirUH I II I I'li'p' uStarke I II....: Ion ..1'' thlH untile. to ni 1'1'| ''ui -, 1'2! II 'il
II :16:1-11011: N. ""'111.11'M.
I HUKMIS' reports keen ln- < KlorhlH.

It1kw 4P4 :\ 4 J.iII tei est on the part of growershere I In re: Eittttte "f Adiln TNOTICE I KlorldHThoinaa & Plerri' *

(;:. J a.irt Is receiving (Iti,".I Iy. O..d.. Atiyn Ai. I..iw
TO CHI:1'ITOIIS
lea aboil the Inqulr-I : P O Draw.-r I III '" -'-
- 4 / All creditor of the eHtal" "( Shill Flu' ,
... Dabrea'': plants for the com- Adria T. Urad)', Ui-cenMi'd. arilnreliy ,IJ -It? '!
InK season. If the p'ants can I notified and, required In'
Many
.. ,-. claim or. ,itemand* .
file any In 'I'he roil.n..17 JililKf'H. ( ,. be obtained there will ,
.. hay HK""III hit I .
whIch they may A nil Ki.r u.rd, I i im I1'IrSiI >
itely be an increase of dellI-1 aid ,',tute. In the offlu-i fIr Hi'roiinty | IS.I1i1I.
Jud I".. i"f' Hruilford. fmin
bieak :curing:
acreage
4-H Girls Entertain Members ty, Klorlilii, In Ih. .i-mirth"U' ..iat.
coming! \ I.csson. Hugging Starke. FIir Ida.. mlliin,I I I I HI lxcalendar Many

Of Extension Homemakers Clubs liever, montlm friuii, tin dmof I
Den Loper Says Dabreak Berries In the meanwhile. If any 1 the flrnt. iiulillcHtlon. "( thl

- A hlnnliBht! of Floiida Extension '] and the Extension Home I

Home Economics| Agent Miss Martha Sue Mc: Out yield Florida 90's I ACT NOW-LIMITED QUANTITYJust Thanks .
Week was- the tea given la' it 1 Cain.
Thursday afternoon by the 10 buildings! left
| The tea table was covered*
Starke Senior 4-H Club in with a Belgium lace cloih, Ben Loper[ of Thcresaa( is I'variety that has bn: tried! To the fine people of Bradford County for the nice

honor o; members of the Extension -I centered with an arrangement or.e of & growing number of here successfully on an ex- FOR SALE Ftu $1795

Homemakers Clubs I I of pink rosebuds In a Bradford. County strawbe-ry perlmer.ial basis, for the past |>irif V vote of confidence they gave me on May 21. I will
growers who are enthusIa- | two veils. 2 HEDKOOMS
Pictured at the tea table I j silver( container fanked: by always work hard for the best interest of the
I tic ovar? the new Dabreak I In Lcner's!' opinion! the new AND HATH No hidden Extra very !
from left Madonna Carrying out the
are i I pink tapers : !
!' eng, Patricia Edwards Lin- color siheme. the girls served variety has many advantages COMPLETE: IIOMK8PERFECT ': County and for you good people.
I I j over the Florida i)0.) which! FOR LAKE, BEACH. FOREST
da Colson. Karen Gissy. San- pink fruit punch with pared. i
1 has dominated the in
dVa\ HU lIlns. Phyllis :Men, party treats they hai pre- Around 60 guests called! between ; Bradford County for picture the past Open seven days weekly 8:00 to 5:00: THANKSJESSIE
AI..... DELIVERY TO YOUR IXT
FREE
:3 and 5 o'click at the ten yeii :'

SAVE WHEREIT home .1 Miss McCain. where j I II" It convinced that Da- SPECIALIZISnIthln MASONRY: MID-STATE SO :MIles ENGINEERS of Ciulnenvllle Inc. R. CHASTAIN
the tea was held.
breaks outyleld] the 1'J's.: ) have IIL'ILDINO,
P. o. Box! 14491 Uiilv. StationMOVING .
I better co'or' are more resist- : Sale, Office ISth !St. &: 1 S. "'. 8th ,%ve. S S
PAYS TO SAVE Murder ChargeIs i i ant to bruising, and have ::178-2151 S. S HI IS I iPd. Pol.[ Adv )IJ'nAY

Dismissed |! better carrying 'Iuall ties. II I Ij

I j i from! farm to market. Da ,
brl'avm!! also stay on the !
First Federal Savings and Loan (Continued from Page Onel J < bush! longer without getting i "

incident be termed;! justifiable soft finn over-ripeness Mr .

Association of Starke homicide Jude; Yawn ruled that the I|II i Loper n const;:[ rays K-ntly and higher tney price brought at | '


218 N. Temple Ave. defendant had ben justified the auction.All
", In reprllinx what he thought* of these qualities add I T.

was uii intruder and ordereJ' 1 up to convince: Mr. Loper that

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the :c.elendai discharged.Construction I this fall-If the plants are
uvnllable. -

Set I Figures: tell a convincing 20 word. or leu"*, one Insertion. Memorials, Kenolutl"Os eWe UlH|>luy Ad.* In
Now you can buy'Investors tory as to the bet'er yle'd (minimum charge) ____-.__-___- 1.00 Per" word ______________________ .05 $U50 per bich-first bwertlon.

I At School i and Mr Loper's records show If not paId In .advance____ __- 1.25
that 1m flatsI Cards of Thanks: I'p to 30 word I
1,000
Stock Fund I[ |; picked Keyed, coded. or blind ad. $1.25 per Inch after Mmt Insertion. ,
.Continued from Page One I II |I I from J ir,' oou Dabreak plants. (Illinium charge) .. .. 2.SO j
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(minimum charge) _______..-_.__ 1.25
for20amonth !* I county race truck( taxes.! I i I I and FIn':! Ida only: 520 flats from 7.000 Each additional word over 20__ __ .05 0t19 words. : IKT word________ .05 ;
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In other Jevclopmcnts.I .
I Schoul Supt. Tom Cas-y aiJ: Putt In'; It another way I r rI
each thousand Dabreaks MATTRESS I I IN8UKANCKAT !!I S.VI.UX MONTHLY PAY BE SURE TO SEE WORLD
HASTINGS
a State Department\ of Education (Insurance Problems? I
Now you ran accumulate mutual fund shares on a regu I yielded lOll flats while each { & UPHOLSTERY WORKS REl>t'EU' RITES MENTS will buy your own BOOK before utiylng any f
team wL! 1 beht'I'e I
lar monthly payment plan to fit your family budget. survey thousand 90's produced only I Call The Man Prom PaI&tAsFurniture AUTO. FIRR. BOAT home garden and chicken other encyclopedia. M. A.
710 Lemon St.
With payments of $20 a month-'after an initial next Wednesday. Jun 74. "Keystone"George DOYLE K.: CONNER space. Also furnished and un- I Payne. your local representa-
I
$40 payment-you can acquire shares of Investors 8. to make, recommendatl-ns' The! Dibreak is a heavier Repaired, INSURANCE ; I furnished apartments;'! for rent. I I tlve since 1952. Box 626.
Stock '' E. LaRue AOBNCYUchg I'
faclllUe1'
Fund. on need"d for th" Upholstered i&: Refinished! I
more: soul) berry Mr. Loper I W. H Nollman. tf&hgFOH Phone 964-6792.: tfchu/
This is a mutual fund designed to provide long- proposp.l' Bradford -Union' I Keystone Heights MATTRESSES REBUILT)
H" split few of I I
term capital appreciation possibilities as well as a Area VocationalTechnical[ j says a each Consultant For All Your !ALE-BI'lck home. oak
New Innersprings Myers Power Tools
variety with
reasonable income. I a pocket knife I '
Tiainlnc Center. I I1 bath
Insurance Needs.Representing floors 3 bedrooms[ a
For full details (prospectuses) of Investors Stock The former Conway .i rporf[ I I Ipropirlv I to show that every 90 had 'a ,I ,i and Box Springs MARY QARTERPAflNTS family!!:\. room or dining area. Area. Headquarters Fur

Fund and the new Investors Accumulation lan- has been purchased ,j smal l hollow in the mldd'e.! Great American Inn. Co. 1 I Drop V. A Card or Call Enclosed: garage. Double lot Lawnmower Power Toi.ltI 4I

as a .,.te for the center and:! 'j while tie! < newer vl\rl..ty was Tbe Traveler In... Co. PALATKA KA 1S-8rmJ 1028 Palm St. Tim Warr n. I MrC'ulIorh Chain Saws
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sol! I all the: ''QV throu1 URS. PEGGY 8HALLEB .
Pumps St Water Syot.t iinBrlKKi .
CALLYOUR BUS Inuiistrlnl arts Instructor I 11 1 473-4692 Da) 969-2451. 2tchg 69 I
( Ted Oulfsby has bei n'!' County Agent O T. Hnft-' 473-4325 Mites 209 E. Adklns St. > &: Stratton Engine:

piee'a1e'oiJ MAN TODAY! named -.irector of the new gIns nuree.s! generally with Auto Fire Home BuiineHMonthlT'"Fnrnient St..rk.. "tat WANTED-Man to work on KentulH Mules. :Mervl.e ..

unit the (OI1\'lu"lons reached!\ b" salary. house. 230 N.K.: 16th Ave. ,
( llao farm. Steady
I 1 ELECTRIC BOAT HOISTS Complete Line 1
JOE (Ski) VALINSKI j Mr. I, ..- GaUiesvlll S76-S41I
:nper. Ex. rimenta'j I built to order. Machine work. ofPAINTS Hunts! water and gas fu n- '

r I'hone 961-4075' -......- Library Books j planUnas of the Dabreak Boat. Motor and Pump repairs. Ished. Bradford Engineering i tfchg. *

t 532 South StreetmXOUtoU'K'ojUJi.u l 1 Florida variety r.t the 'University station of ONE STOP3IASONRY Brown's Repair Shop. Rt. 1, ANDSUPPLIES Co. Phone 9B4-25'! !J. t'chu I WANTED WAITRESS. Cook. *4
exper'm"nt
Return Asked/ I for the past four years have SERVICE Box 363. Starke [Kingsley tfchg WILL do ironing in my and filling station attendant. ''.

Lake. home Murlar Norman. i Apply in evenings at B & 0 .
nroverl It. to be Mrs. ,
a hUh yielding I
iuju .. ,:,L1::,...,. .! Ready !Mix all lze. Concrete For All Purposes W. of Law- Truck tfchgTIRE.FOR
-'f'w' ?rTmaiMm':!!'ima'J'''''P i 21t.fqL = berry well suited for Rd.! 121. 3 miles Stop.
Bi'tdlorii Hijh School stu- Air
I Block; sill type Sand; FOR RENT Funlshed i I'
dents and their planting! in this area, Hug- WE MEET ALL tev Phone 782-3568 :Iltchi fi2!
are
parents Precaat Untel Everything cond. 2 bedroom cottage on $5.00;) () WHENYOU .;
urged Sup rvslnll' Principal gins says.Othot for concrete ADVERTISEDJACKSONVILLE '
.iv iim-eNvary ma- Crystal Lake. For reservationscall Assistant Manager Needed TIRE
BUY 1st
Now We Give Connie M. Clark to Bradford growers Honry conntructlon.U'e L. K. Whitehead. 989- : Must be high school graduate. -

I C I "make a special effort' to look vvh.-. v/" ,re pleased with ex- will meet any price on 3675. tfohg PRICES Faim background bene- ,. 750-14 At Itf'g.670-13 I'rlce. .1'ltlas'kall
or Nylons
aroun'l homes nndplaN's rerlme.ilal: plantings of Da- I all material within Bradford -
your
Phone 961-8201' flclal. Opportunity for ad- Tube Type orTuheletH
GREEN r.f bu lnesi" for books breaks this year Includt'dHllrold County AND STfUMAINTAIN VACATION IN TilE vancemrr.t If desired. Con- I llautardGuarantee --.
BACKSOur hood
QUALITY. 353; N. Temple I <-
mlssim tvom\ the school 11- and Bud Norman. MOUNTAINS ? tact :Mr. Gene Sumrer. Far- No IJinlt on


brarv. Ned Coleman grew them successfully -I BRADFORDENGINEERING New cottage In Blue Ridge mersK.tual Exchange. Thl I Mile or Months. VKKK: I

Entire Store Is Your Sevei al hun1r: tlMes are during the 1085en CO. Mountains. 10 ml. fro.n Ridge- PUKE OH. COMPANY Is an Equal Employment Op- :MOt'NTINi.FIRESTONE. iI

Premum: Department ''ost ID the library rach yeir 'on hnd provided! Mr Ph. 961-2521 Starke crest, on paved niway. Sleeps Has two bay service station r'or iinl'v. tfchg I :.;
I by stiii'nts,'( who fall to return i loper wllh plants this year. 5 comfortably. Complete'y Mad-
Walnut and
for lease; at
i
Green b->uks: they che-kecl out The Florida 90. which was !I I furnished: with utilities. $40 avail HAVE YOU TRIED the finestIn i i FOR RENT-3 bedroom unfurnished -
Hacks redeemable ison Sta. Paid training
are right here in
our Desplti' strenuous e'forts by rfevetjM'nt! the strawberry : per week. June thru Sept cosmetics and *':ln care? home Call64- '

!store! No sending off or waiting/ -(;ireen Hacks! the stiff of Libra'lm Rfba' ''nb-ia.i.i) :>\. at the University i- WANTED Cars To I weeks available. Write P. O. able. Call 356-1331 Travis :Mathls. Jack-tfchg For free home demonstrationrhone 25B1 1 trl'hfl'.

are redeemable for groceries, meats.eatables- Starnr.s nearly 100 books ')f Flor "ran-h experiment Check Front End Drawer A. Starke. Fla. tfchg sonvllla : Loiter! Consultant lie

Your choice of anything in our !'itore-Start !saying '- were' toimrt missing! In thl'nnnlln Proctor, 964-6681 or 964- 137! BLending Street
trade 3 opd'oom
-==--= Alignment-FREE FOR SALE or *
them FOR RENTKlnlJslp.y Lake 5311 4tp 6'16 Three bed room CB Duelling!
And
today remember- (cnd-of-schojl Im'entory
*
No Drive In Today CB hou.se. Large family room.
Obligation
with oak! floois tile bath.
3 bedroom furnished t house
,112 Alignment It closed garage( > double! lot Most FOR RENT-3 bedroom fur- screened porch, carpirt. utll- i
"You Get 150 ft.
It Back With private dock with 2
Green Backs"U. The books{ average :$1 to $5 Wides. I II N...'
In COM to the school anj' (I 11I3.33 for Mont. Cum AtFIRESTONE- tions call Delano Thomas Payne. 204 S. Glenn St. Phorr:? I'mlta' Phone B64-7964 tfchg condition Price 1025000. 1

S. GOOD theie 'i--e never, sIIfftciontfunds 964-2701:! until 4'30: p. m. 964- I with'' tl.30000 down anJ;! J
Custom Made after S
I m. 964-6563 tfchg
tn I p. Do you need a baby sitter?
provide an adequate 6792 utter 5 and on \\ $60 07 on balance monthly .}
ju/pv; D! textbooks or libra) y For Florida, Living tfchKJOMS Will sit by day or week. Call cl
Immedite possession! -s-
on
NO. 420 I UNUSUAL OPPORTUNITY 9B4." fl54 :3tr 6 16 j
to'
books u.tn( without having r.et More Inlf. A. J. Thomas, Realtor {
trailer. on this f
Park
BEEF SALE lust Build or a Large United States and .
replace or destroyed! YOU
Tel. R/!4-1"701.
With 400' lake! ( OI'EN) : : WANTED Instructions In ;
book .':'lncl;>1\1 Clark states For Your $ $ f 6 acres. approx. I Canadian Company in agricultural -
frontage.! 5 Minutes drive toI Held liniimllale ,i'iilns for Buitur. Write P. O. Drawer
One .l.'I'l' ( AHo SINOFK: III.IL O5C TW!
THIS htv'' to remedy! to remain No Salaried or (Commissioned I Starke. Just $79 S. $1500 I iepresentatlve In this (" ..rk 'rHI..t.|, \\'IliI ress. irStatliui Stark I i: CONSOLE MODEL. 3EWINO '

CHUCK STEAK OR on the approved[ list of ,' Employee ,;;own. I county !or Crop Service De. >!h'" .\I I CIISIlLlItlL' .. FOR PENT-4 ronm furnished MACHINE. Must place in -'

ROAST Lb. schools was to: pui-ha'-e' several DAD & nil AD) LARSEN NO. 407 partment. Applicant must ltiil. y !Sitters; nail ('lIrl"'lIl-| aoartment. Conven'ently vour area A-I shape. ZigZags *

59c thousand llb-nrv books Special3! Bedroom, Modern have recent agricultural ers.No. located. 224 W. Lafayette St buttonholes. f f.'ncy designs ,

du-liiH the present term LIKE TO WORK :Masoniy Constructed home. background and be well regarded l-'ce ChariCiMl. I iili'ssi. Ztchg 6'Q' et' Sold ne* for over $

RIB STEAK Lb. 79c Clarkaid.. YOU I Tile floors and bath, Clr. OH <:f In area. Find.. You .\ .1"I.. 300. :MUST SACRIFICE J

Benefit! I heat City Water; Attach gar Postt'ioii Is full time. or can HELP WANTED-on chicken' Just pay balance $62 or a.i- '

RIB STEW Lb. 43c age. Large landsc ped lot. be handled at first alone CentralEmplovment farm. couple prefe're:!. A. J. sume $8 monthly payments j

t yr.* '1 AllSi/eaon Display I Handy to all. Only $7750. with your present farming FauikneRt.; 1. Box 96. Will tek older machine( In I

BRISKET STEW 3 Lbs. $1.00 8-10-12) Wide* Small Down payment. operation.: Successful applicant ; !- Starke. or call 468124Wal- trade. Call credit Manager
I
!SKKVICRS.V1A :
1 '/i Baths STROUT REALTY can expect earnings between
SMOKED (Whole) OR FRESh and Expandable 2117 N. Temple Ave. HOO-1150 weekly with : N. Tenipli- !li-37ll) !) 'Ii t WILL KEEP Children In mv ll46! anvtlme. \Vfll deliver N> j J

PICNICS ; [rt. S. 3011 excellent opportunity lor early 0"11011"!| : ;,)trhg <12 I II
Lb. 43c 1 home from 8 a. m. to 5 p. m.
Phone 964-3491. Starke ; advancement ]
FOR PALE Cable piano. For further lnformitl' I FOR SALE-House and some .j.jI i
Write and tell me about I I
SMOKED OR New and Used8Yr.
-by the piece not sliced truinpe tap? record 3 ten phone 9641962. Mrs. Betty furniture. Cull 473-3113 after ;
yourself. Reply at once to
WHITE BACON Lb. 49c : gallon aquariums' complete | Ann A'vBres' lip I I' Som 2to fJ:1:
Ia! financing availableUse OLD TRADING POST-Bargains Vice President, Box 1105 }
Moving Rev. John it. Brab-
: DRUMMER: BOY ALL MEAT I : In boats tracers! fishing Winter Oarden. Fla. 3tchg 69 I ham. !9S4-7101. :rtchm( 62 WANTEDCooks.. curb girls i FOR SALE -9'-a' acre poulI j 4

; Our Rental-Pur- tackle: tools. washing and w"ttres'es. A"oly In per-I i try farm 3 houses 10.000 sq. ,
FRANKS
r -3-12 oz. Pkgs. $1.00 chase Plan-Payments machine .-id parts. Refrlg-j I FOR RENT-2 bedroom furnished | LAND CLEARING, b'.ade son Leos Drive Inn R'stsurI I I ft., all automatic. 'U'oss income '

,': Under $30; Per Month erators. d"'nk' boxes sinks. : house on Oklawaha work. $12.50 per hour. Purchase ant. 3tchsr 61" fcS.noo plus 6 room '
SEE ALL LON(; (RAIN
gas tov electric stoves River near Orange Spr'ngs.' LJghtwooi Sfmps.; M home. 12 000) ft. frontage/ on 'j'

RICE 8 Lbs. 99c bed"00" furniture. Electric 125 Week, $60 Month. :M. R. L. Turner. Call 782-3615. If FOR SALE Upr'ght;: plant main )1-iuhwav. scnnol bus .

motorr J each. New sandals u
l PURE mmMobile IBc ft. .lub capo clothing at 964-5951. t feb g I'_orlced. 367 N. tike St. Ito two deep wells shade tre"s. t,

LARD 3 Lb. your o''JL price. Phonograph !I PI'I-e. $29.500. Phone 473- -i
Jar .59c 1 I'
records[ "l5c each Remember FOR SALU OR RENT 2bedroom FOR SALE Ba-ton: Terrier I IrUnO'I' I '"00 7tn 62 .
BE GENTLE be! kind to that .
SEE ALL D1CIEIlIx 'em up i Home SitesAVAILABLE I folks we sell. trade buy. I expensive' carpet. Clean it house on State Road: : I Box 'James Kennels. Rt
125. 2 ml. west of LawtevFunene 71'1. Kevstone FOR SALE '
Open 8 a. m. till f 9 p. m. OR RENT-1 anl ;
BEANS PEAS with Blue Lustre. Rent electric ,"n"" a1-4Q4* .,
4 IMy
or Pkgs. $1.00 Come out and browse around. I ihampooer. $1. StarkI'Hardware. ; Starling. Ph. 782- Helght"l I 2 bedroom trailers. W"l move

KANSAS : thanks to t the wonderful Full Lake Privileges We have hundreds of items I Itchg.. 3412 2tp 62 MARHIEH COUPLES:! WANTED to your own lot. Will sell / -
qUEEN
Leonard '. with' no money down Al-
Rub.OrUtl8..2 o. -,
Homestead Exempt- KINGSLEY LAKE HOUSE for Cottage Parent work
FLOUR 5 Lbs. woikers and voters for miles North: l Motor Scooter 2 years old. '
45c Financing Starke ?OIh for sale. Write or call V. QMcCoy. Minimum' education 10th ?
FOR. RENT: House on K'nus- In top shape Call before 8 '
2tp 62 ( Jr., P. O. Drawer 1148or vraHe. Age 21 to 53. Stite. a. ,
PLANTATION the fine support. I will ley Lake: 3 bedrooms. private m. or tltfr 7 p. m. (664-1651. ,t.J t.
Lake Geneva dock. Available June 1 phone 376-7290. Oalnt>a- Retirement. Social Security R White. a' "t "
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MEAL GRITS 4 Lbs. vllle. Fla. 2 wpek- paid vacatlnn. sick .
or 23c never forget )'ou1)! : con THROW AWAY YOUR through August. Call 084- tfchg -

6461 964-54S4. Itchg ,I leave benefits. Shifts run FOR PALE Restau-ant 9 '
gratulations to Robert Trailer SalesOn PAINTBRUSIIIllalnt..ance or FOR SALE' Westinghouse from 6:30: a m. tn 2:30: p. m.: Proven monev-maker.! cl!-ar .

free REYNOLDS 1 refrigerator good condition., 2:30: ,. m. to 10:30: ) D. m. and yourself $8.000 to in.roo) ,
fish&MeatMarkeI King High. ALinilNtnvi SIDING will FOUND" : Male Daoh-hund onUs I 3000. Ruth Reynolds( p'len'! < 10:30: II> m. to 6:30: a. m. In veer Next! to 40 unit Malibir a
Route 10O One :Mile SB: years of
Yy beauty add\\ 301 about 12 ml'es southof '
964-30J1. ltchg aeneral!! married /'Ounl-s
Haydon Burns Kevatone Ilolpht' to your h..m-. Cr....- .. Starke. Owner may claim : work Motel on U a. 301. N. Jicitsonvllle -
on same shift. PVme rnn'ac
I WE STOCK A COMPUTE LINE OF GROCERIES I Open Sun. & Evenings Insulated.! : 'FREK 'e,Uniatc(.|I by contacting Albert Pardue.: FOR RENT- 2 bedroom unfurnished Per> "nncl Office. Sun'and' I t ground: horn.will. take cash
or
us down
'Hd. Pol. Adv I II I I GAINESMLLE AWNING CO.i Rt. 1, Box 1635, Port Richey house 523 W PrattSt Training Center, Oaln-s'.l'le men Phone 765-1683. Jacksonville oav- I
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t.G Emmett I.roward Akridgv' Carol Darlene Oriffis-' t I 'rA,
IgI Dwayne, Alday Donald) Neal Griflis i iI I ,
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Robert Michael Autry John Edwin GriffH

I' :Stove; 'JJakerBarbara )Paul )Duane) Griffis: Jeffrey Lynn Novak ll
JoJin Du\id-Oilom, IIIMarjorie 1 1K !
.. : ; Sue HarKsdale J'earliu Mae Griffis Anne Packham I M -
"'t Lawrence V' i Anne I'ackham
Linda Sue Batten l Robert Griffla :Marjorie
...t. ,. I Sarah Janet Parmenter
:Marian Ruth Ecasley ;Mary\( Ruth Gunter
i I Renee: Ilelotej Karen I Hansen[ Myra: Parrish .,.......'......,...._ >, or.- '.. to,
if Melanie Rose Koby' Robert. Earl Powell I .
j James' Grey I.latkshear: Wayne Cecil Harden 1._. A
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Linda Diane Ranch II r
101 .... John Leslie: Bradley, .Jr. :Mary( Regina: Harrel I r +
\I-.. .'t.. .\.Jl\ Mary Catherine Bright; Virgil Frederick (Ileiken( Norman Lyle Rerl Ling John Leslie" Bradley, Jr. I r )r
William Redding
Dale Edward Brown Larry Thurston) Henry( Henry
Ton! Murlene; : Reeves:
Shirley Ann Brown; Cathy Jo Hitchcock I ,
las I! i Annie Lue l Drowning Thomas Joseph Ifolling'worth Betty Ann Register :i a '+, rt ., ,
Donna Marie Rhqdeniiunicc
I II I (I Sharon Yvonne Bryan I
lIlt Theodore Alan Bryan Michael Th"inas' Howard. Merle Rhodes 1

I Charles Edward HowellA. Charles Kenneth Roberta
10 Limla Ruth Carter t." f
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j Michael Leon Castlon Darlene Huff z
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Jeffrey (lake; Jackson
'I (banes; >l Stephen (Chambers
, I John. Franklin Sanford.
I Thomas Edwin Thomas! ;
.1 Michael: J leu.-)ton ChittyJoel
David Wayne Jones :Susan: Carol) SappEthel
Wayne Chitty I
Linda :Marie Jones! Anne Savage
t';!Mute! Coleman
o; '. Barbara Jean KeuMer r Evelyn: Sellers: Norman Lyle Redding!
:Sandra: / Diane ( .lema n
Karen Jean Leei
in I Sarah Frances ShealyIartha'
j Rome Estella Kitfht :
',.It>, Thomas: Lynwood Colaon
:\ )Ellen; Sifimer
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Lucian Conneri I
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in I Joseph Marie Willard Crawford Crawfol'dJoyce Melanie Rose 1 Koby Dorothy Lorraine Spark-|I Academic Award Winners! Honor
cr I Jimmy David Lavnndar! man
.3- !'Charles Richard Crews David Anthony Lawson Lucia Ann I :
Spears Social Studios-! -James E. Douglas:
4i Jane Elizabeth' Crew, Faye Leach John Micheal Graduates J. !
'12 i j Helen Carol Cribbs James Otis Leach Robert Glen Starling Spengler English; -James! E.: J Douglas) ", Renee Uelote. : I. ..... I

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I I Tonflalah Dixon) David Anthony Loper Josephine! Ruby Stricklanc I

sa.n- j Sylvia Ann Dodd> William C. Loper IBYTarie: Sunderland) SENIOR CLASS PROPHECY I II! ... .....

>m Il. Carl Edward: DotiKla) ;Margaret\ Ann Lovell William James Sutton Susan Carol Sup
on Marilyn: Jean McCrary j Barbara: InnTcGollum: Kathleen Leeks! Thomas
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IU1ty. ;Marilyn\ Jean :MciC'rary Minnie Joann Thomas Lot's take a look Into the mathematics teacher at goo;, Carl Edward Douglas) \ .
. ,: Vernon Duck Carolyn Jean McKinney\ Sally Diann Thomas I future. The year Is 107(5( an1 I ole PH3 I .:
' S. Jewell Eaves I Laurie Gail :McKinney Gary Lee Thompson! this Li the prophecy) of the STEVE COWART hlUll/ t
73- Clua i or I960: Bradford H.fih! ttyln-< to pass Mr. Roberfu M
62 Melvin Warren Eberlc: Ronald Lee :Magyar\ Stephen Edgar Tilley w /fiv
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Dwight Clark Elder :Martha\ .Jane Mann John C. Tye of It.

nl'ive Julius Dwight Eunice James! ClydeIanninlt: John Marinus: VanKoolbrrgert The fH11\ now In hlah: rhoo( )..EDWAHD written CRAWFORD a book on how hayrtyt
Kenneth Dale :Marshall I Is the namPbrnn1"Allrliy I I
ell J Delores Ann Falcon to comtuirt pnpr nil plalesfor
Barbara Jane :Masters\ : Calvin .Junior VarrwH Ai-night shirts." which' ar- teacher
!,"O Id, I I Donald Doward Falcon Judy Ray :Miller Julia Elizabeth Walker louder than ever. Mrs.hU B.EDDIE. favorite Linda Sue flatten .ear
'Jeffery Wayne I.amarIiller: BAKER Is still v I
la '. Floyd Paul Sharon Paulette Waller STEVE DOUGLAS Is now ,
.51B2 :\ Robert Wayne Foster Dorothy Jean :Mixon Gary Wayne Whitehead playlnac; basketball with the conrhlriK at Oenrstla Trch. Class!!! colors/ : dark blue I .
Paul Timothy Fullwood Georgia Irene :Moore Cathy Lynn Whitehead Globetrotters. VERNON DUCK It on Lons and light blue '

, Linda Elizabeth Gainey Carolyn Claudia :Morgan Ronald Earl Whitehead TEDDY BRYAN Is now Island laUlnw cluck.s. Class! Flower: carnation.! ,. I a.", .J
ntar Lawrence Ralph Gladieux Janice ElaineIott: Larry Eugene Williams head man for Bryan Motor I JULIUS EUNICE has Class Song: Climb Every -.t -, .,
to Mary Louise Gnann Charles Moye Newcomb Mary Joan Williams cycle Oang hauling .straw-' rently received a 1'1.-1 Mountain( ". :iI.
berries on the side I ..
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!01 r Earl Franklin Goolsby Rebecca Jean Newman Ray Elliott Williams Class Motto: "Do 1> your
MIKE CASTT.EN producer j.munlty State Bank
1 Phillip Alvarez Graham I Dorothy Grace Newsom!! Sherriel Elaine Wilson hU Panchol best and you will learn us
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IV- Dorothy Jean Mixon :Marian Rose Green Harold: Dean: Norman: Larry Wayne: Younp-hlond CO! F.MAN: i now\ fContlnll..1 On Next ParPI1 I I )you fl""(>r\'p." I David Anthonv Loper nnyIarie: Sunderl.andi
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ager of the Strawberry PackIng PAUL MILLER Is Still seems to be sending HIM on an. Icy-new mind now. I turbo-jet special aspeedwith pound: t.o our surprise, a aeanwtre ,
I Co. working nt The Telegraph. to other girls Tally Tally The Dateless Three Club 7 forward gears, DOUG CONNER is runnlru for Big Dud It's tlll here. '
SENIOR CLASS PROPHECY CALVIN VARNES & LORRAINE DEAN NORMAN In still JO\N WILLIAMS Is sill now have their mansion at FAYE LEACH is married around in his interplanatai LINDA HAUCH Is: ,jalslnf,''I!

SPARKMAN are now grubbing worms. stumbling/ over the cios Theressa. They have put in a and settled down for a loan ultra sports model cluiHln Ittle soldier boys.
happily man-led. Calvin Is JOHN ODOM owns his roads of love Coke machine at the Community winter's nap.SHERHI ; those female martlann.W1LL1ARD TON RlCltVES!: ; Jus,'
(From Preceding Page find out keeping! in shape running own pool hall.BBBBUrCII. CATHY HITCHCOCK no Center aa a public LEWIS trade CRAWFORD c couldn't conquer the pollc
Maintenance. Man at BH3. I, VERNON KNIGHT Is now around the maternity ward. REDDING I:' owns her own factory, canning service. I her mass for a triple baby SANDRA COLEMAN ai nice so she de.l lued "If
CHUCK NEWCOMB: now I Chief of Police of Brooker. RAY WILLIAMS is now director of the Starke drispy cr1 tel's. The on SARA SHEALY Is prlnclal carriage. marled and he 1 la playing: li Better to switch than fight:
hat a business selling Ills j JIMMY LAVENDER. ROB- now taking Mr. Marlow's] Recreatlcn Department :and only cereal that cone of BUSGLORIA MICKEY AQNER & harmonica while Baiivia SANDY RHODES is par
golden locks for wigs. ERT POWELL, and W. C, place as Agriculture teacherat GERALD SILCOX.: well:l In the shape of anlma's.' STARLING has DWIGHT ELDER have their tending kids.KtoHAMD, wner of Sladcs] : Gas
All the ORimS' have Invaded I LOPER are still skipping BHS he's tr>lnK.GILSON LINDA JONES U still ('0 1'j acres of strawberries on own fishery on the south ( CnEW3! PI LINDA RAE ROSIER is
Edwards' Loop. work to visit Kingsley Beach RONNIE WHITEHEAD Is SILVA has com' ng nothing from 8:30 tc he moLn; shore of Kingsley Lake. KAREN LEE have Finally still the same????
FRANK OOOLSSY la workIng | JAMES LEACH & TOMMY I a Casanova bachelor. back to teach his! fellovi: 9:13.: JOHN VAN KOOL En- EMMETT: AKRIDOE L made! itJIMMY. We see SUSAN SAPP ha,).
In an apple 01'chard- HOLLIN OS WORTH are still LARRY YOUNGBLOOD & alumnI. ALICE KNIGHT U llorer hEN!: hiss' made It through: X .)w 11C l' of the Akildse-Dallj1' DOUGLAS Is rui pily married, settled down
without a ladder. In the shocking business GARY WHITEHEAD now No'Ve see CORKY running ian at the U, S. Congress! ay technician school and t I- Taxi Service Inc. ling for State Senator and and going about her work in
LARRY OLADIEUX Is look- Electricity. own their own radio station running, running tram JANE MANN Is CO-CPJI taking pictures of pcoJ)'e'8 BOBBY AUTRY & JEFFERY mean "running. a quiet, sweet way,
4ns in a, Chess Rule] Book WAYNE UZENBEE la WHAS. the "principal" sta- the concession stand to the itor with' Alice.MELANIE .isldts.!:: JACK3OX are stil BONNIE!: GREEN Ii nfOBBlb MARTHA SIEMER U Still
tion of the wOI'ld.KENNETH spectators. KOBY has hI< TOMMY JOHNSON is de- EBERLE's assista.it sending graduation Invlti.
after years of concentration, playing the lead In the "Lit- going together. !!;
trying to figure out how Mr tle Women" on Broadway MARSHALL 1" JOHN SPENOLER charms wn Tastee Freeze!, run t. l hrnlns hou..es In Beverly JIMMY: BLACK3HEAR / Food Fair.JFFFEIIY dons from 1966.
now making hU Batman 'he State Senate wl.h his! Skelton. Hills FLOYD is no ANNE SPEARS has
Jacobsen trapped him DAVID LOPER is stilt: Mr B.'uxvn have spteJed ur spear
WAYNE HARDEE has fin I i traveling the road from Ther- Commeiclals. bong,;)!!. CANDY WOODBURN and KATHY WHITEHEAD If 'he boat service from: one cashier at the Telegraph.ROBERT :d her a feller.
MINNIE JOANN THOMAS JIM SUTTOV; has: beauty REENEY MOORE are still in She', is lookIng DTANK SALtY
ally figured\: out how to break Bsa to Kingsley Lake till robbing the cradle year to six. months FOSTER THOMAS:
comocosle: hold so he Joined RONALD MAGYARI has now resides on Wilson! led the USO with his Cow! he d\1: Ie room del eloplni, eeptns up her high school JOHN BRADLEY Is stil for scuba diving! pen pa -we c?n't find her. Thee
UP With BATMAN.. taken Hutch's place at BHS Road raising little fcheep era. pictures for the 1938 annual ecord. laying< far the damages on CHILLI GRAHAM hjipened he 1.1 l Made It todsyl!
would you believe little no Us? GARY THOMPSON Is manager CAROLYN' MORGAN 1 i.i work- B adloklpner's SYLVIA DODD his
SHERRI WILSON the : '
VIROIL EIKEN & GERTRUDE : JEFF NOVAK & DAR- the Bahama Star that. the up her
MARY LOU QN'ANN is now Slnde Gas Co. working in her aunt's beauty 'eslre and li In'
CRUCE now have a LENE HUFF are still phtlosohylngr ng at Buzzard's Department Seniors took in 1968. Beach on Klngs'iBeach. : : Africa in her
t slnglrm model( 1 and holds Pretty boy TILLEY still]]
fine family of 15. life, willie Darlen shop sweeping floors after ;tore In Lu I.u. little white clinicKATHLEEN
the title of "Prissiest" has his sweet smile to graUtthe Clours.ANNE. DALE BROWN run
BOBBIE SUE BARKS-
LARRY HENRY runs his ives ail his money to mi- 3rown's Chunky Babble Gum CHARLES HOWELL THOMAS: hasbecome : '
RODNEY KING is trying customers at Register 011 :- SAVAGE Still picks ALE opened boatdilve( in
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own hop in the Dixon Barber rant workers. Station, paying back Joan iitchln for pennies? < WAVE.
Shop Chain. CAROLYN McKINNEY i *o pass a law for all males Company. aro'yn:: up after work. n Twin Lakes The eonccs- the debt in 1966 JOAN LIBBY: MAP RENEE BELOTE finally
iver 10 to wear pants two inches LARRY WILLIAMS is buying We see JANICE MOTT Ion Is boat by 1
MARIAN GREEN still has 1ILLY REDDING' are a hap'y a paddle run I GARET LOVELL are: naech made her first million sing
below the shoulders. fashions for Jerry's Thrift "oi'kin? as a clerk in the CHARLES CHAMBERS: &
n't Tames. ing with the
recovered from her trip couple with Carolyn run- AULETTE have Jml'v .@tI anics at Joan's Car OaragOA1L Souls and selling
to Nassau. ling track whl'e he herdhell' ." WAYNE KIRKLAND Is I Shop. Brooker courthouse. MARTHA BOLLINOER J her hair. She dropwd out of
I tled down In Miami after :McKINN'JIY: h ma'
TIM: FULLWOOD has his
GLORIA NEWSOME and<: I
of Badcock Furniture 3OUO CONNER are mar'tnlle '
JANE owner college and Is
CREWS is now edit- kid in with a tractor on her
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Store. own chicken Indus'rv. but I ler husband have a hours counselors specializing roaming for a new scarlet led !end living a life tha up.
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New YOlk Times. CHARLES ROBERTS Stll JULIE WALKEtt
I thinking of selllni out and oat New River. hair dresser. "eally;: pays.BARBAKA. Is playing'
on
'n how to quarrels
MIKE list don't know. TONY LAWSON:! Is running overcome In her uncle's
HOWARD
now I bind "Jjlie
going Into the jewelry business DOROTHY NEWSOME 1 KAY SUNDERLAND is WAYNE CHITTY now ha MASTERS is
owns the modern starke JOHN SANFORD'S paper track but In the National and the AllStare"And
new
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I I wonder why. In Broadway' lecithin short nctiing second are' : at i tob In IBM derailment II low World's 1 lint well I
Ice Plant route has been Inci eased and Ouard last
now. of alt, The
We sea LINDA BATTENand stories written by Mrs. B' 'tarln F.1l"mpnt..rv II Washington.' "restllp: champion for worn
DAVID JONES still makes ier 1 U IDS not enough timeto JAMES: MANNING now we Mighty JIMMY:
KAREN HAN3EN DOUGLAS
arc class.
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LINDA CARTER thought COLSON has beer ,
his weekly: to deliver those papers.JOHNNY see him and now we don't en.W has flopped.
trip Jackson
trying out for the potion of BECKY NEWMAN after 1C would sate gas so he ha taking: Vitamin C pills for 10 DOROTHY' MIX
ville. Rule his wife TYE is now man the turned to one side.J I
doesn't the President's secretary.We years la still drawing sketche nade her residence In Key- years and STILL wei/.o! in IN college drop-out much
now seeMARY 'or the!! new adford: lug tone wonder If there Is any '
i is BRIGHT SHIRI.EV: BROWN!' Scho'>l. her re'l: on.lLORAINE 1 I L ,. ,
OFTIIEIIOUR BARBARA MrCOLLUM stir ANNE J:: PACKHAM Is th DAVIS:! has her I
hitting the books. teller of F. State Dank I liar wn sbon on how to teas
MARIAN\ BEASLEY & tune teller.1 'air. MARILYN MoCRARYxpanrled i :I A CHEATER
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DONALD FALCON a-e livtu--- JANET'PARMENTFR: too the fl'm by putting 1 .
In TallBhusipe" and Donald: 1 le her sister's Job at Ko-h's bit 'p B shot for Noon Maids.! Lr-HETh
still throwing those nerla' nave It bark because of l.i TONUA DIXON Is In thlospltal l;
: I gasses Mill' trvlnn to get I 'Uffiront funds from a strawherr

Vtailon through FSU. MYRA PARRISH h st" ash Hr faml'v his g'-owi
r < 7 ANNIE BROWNING *' styling hats in her lltt o 12 Cheaper bv the OojsnnDKLORFS i,, T FIDE

SHARON! STFARN'\ ale Stllittenl'nc ] I green Broolcer bug. FALCON is now ..
Mrs. Bt class. OLENDA PREVATT Roe\ Tlsln' \? buzzards at a chicken 1 I
I L SHARON1 :HRYAV fe JUDY I to th..Police Booth at I'D: TIT)

stILLER have gone to work to sad hello to Marvin. It' PAT HARDEE ,Is paying 1I
'or Ka. Hi, Oh! Never Mini about to'woik.DONNA oftball! for N'oegel's with the s
I JOYCE CRAWFORD & RHODEX owns he other Hardy's. I
3ONITA GREEN are riding uncle's chicken farm ir Our wish
BARBARA
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'wm WAE' Hampton. nar' let I! end runs a Brownie is thathappiness
'Yrrr JEWEL. EAVES carries a
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REGINA HARRELL still attend you THE WORLD IS
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;111f' Congratulations Class of 1966.. sutras for continuing and achievement. Best of luck in the future and

.1111' THOMAS L. CASEY Superintendent
'.Mil of Public: Instruction

,Mill''"I'" Winkler Electric Congratulations on a job well done... DAN W. STARLING Chairman Board


Mile! Community State Bank Of Starke II. A. LAWSON RODNEY HALL
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Jr. and
I and Mm. McU.ie ana and I
' Lynn family vlaltcd! hiM parents .
I worth hold ,
jsia .1 I little son David of Gainesville. Mr. and. Mrs. Karl;' Dobbs Sun Mr and Mrs S 11,. TAylor in in Kilil.iy night: UhH"IHwnrth r Butter. from "!"'lIcll.'l, book, and teacher's (
I guests their children, Mr. and Mr and Mrs' W. B. Bloods'worth I
Iet' Mary Freeman had "
RAIFORDBy Ode and I Kail lh bbs visited",' day afternoon. Adel, Gar Iud Siituiduv Mrs. 11.1 at fifty! looks. The camp I,
Edgar Bensley nnd olilliirei had
t I.L' I :Mr. and Mrs Wayne Jones Miss Barbara Register and ,Mr. and :Mrs{ >Dobbs\ and ai a guest Tuesday guests Mm Josephine la a conservation, workshop designed
Mr anti Mrs. Johnle Mrs Mattie Ellis of Brooker
L'u) I and, family and :Mrs. Edna Miss", Dlan Register of Luke visited relatives hem. SUOlIIIYmorning and children of Jack- to teach the value of
Mrs. Earl Dobbs Goodman and Karen of Lake Mr. and Mrs Marjell Dobbs sonvllle and Mm.
Cason In Jacksonville Wednesday I City visited Miss Beth Dobbs ; on their way to visit Butler. Harold Crawford natural resource: conservation
U'h Phone 496-2601 and children Sara Dean and Starke
of
night. Sunday night. relatives In Jacksonville, Miss Charlene r through, participation In out-
Taylor has Odie, Miss Cersldean Reddish, Mr. and
AAAAAAAAAAAAAIAAAAAAAA Mrs. Ruffln Orlffla\
Mrs Mary Freeman and Mrs. Earl Dobbs visited her Mrs. Warren Bloodnw-orth, door activities
, I Mr: and :Mrs. Pierce Crews Mrs. Karl Dobbs) accompanied sister-in-law In a Macclenny spent Sunday at Bradford week returned visit home with after her a two and Mr. and Mrs. Gerald had as Sunday guests their The Youth Conservation

//n of State Farm visited their I Mr and Mrs. A M Jones of hospital Saturday, afternoon. County hospital with her sis I I parents. Mr. end Mrs. grand S. B. Grlffls attended and the daughter piano recital Debbie at, children, Mr. and :Mrs Clifford Camp corns! June 12, and con-

In children, Mr and Mrs Spencer Starke to Gainesville to visit Mr. and Mrs Bart Register ter. Mrs Lvana Gainey, who Taylor, In Adel, Ga. the home of Mrs. .Joe Hill Cerney of JacksonvilleVACATION tinues through August 13, fo<-
IIIIILK
John F Freeman In Alathua of Glen St. visited Mr. is 111 RCIIOOLVacation
Crews and family in Mary seriously seven sessions of bummer
I Mr. and Mm Qulnten Williams afternoon.Mrs. .
Sunday
' Jacksonville Sunday. I General Hospital.,! and Mrs Volley Grlffls", Sun- Mr. and Mis W B Bloods- Bloodsworth of Lake Butler .. Pauline Fredricks Bible School will training In nature study,
Inl9 : of
Friends Mr and Mrs. Marshall day. worth visited, lier sister .and begin at Ralford First Bip-1 I ,
of :Mrs Calvin \
Orlffls visited Mr and :Mm. W. B. Lake camping tubing hunting, archery -
lun-
1. I City was a Sunday list Church
Sr will be glad to learn Dobbs had as Saturday morn- Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Odom family Mr. and :Mra.( Drew Bloodsworth at 8:30: a.m.lon.: firearms safety and
: Monday after cheon of her slater and
that she returned home Wed Ing guests Mrs Edna Cason visited relatives In Macclenny) Beosley in Lake Butler Sunday guest day June 8. Classes will be, marksmanship, swimming and
r | and Mr and Mis\ family. Rev. and Mrs. Joe Me- from 8:30: to 11:30: a.m.
j neadny" after several dayaI Wayne Jon- Sunday afteinoon. alternoonMr. noon.Mrs. every boating.
1.. of Jacksonville. II Thelma Brannon and Cullough.Mr. morning: for a week. All child. I
I stay In St. Vincent's Hospital.! es Mr. and Mrs. Bob Taylor! and Mrs. W B rtoodi- I Complete information
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\ Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Rosier Mr. and, Mrs. Carl Dobbsof r Bertha Brannon of Lake City and Mr Keith C riffle ren ages three through 16 on
the Youth Conservation
'.e had l ", luncheon Lake City and Arch Dobbsof were Saturday overnight and family of Macclenny and are urged to attend Preparation Camp
as guest, Lake Butler visited Mr. I guests", of her sister and fam Mr and Mrs. Lane Gasklns day for vacation. Bible and applications! for reserva-
erer ,I I Sunday their children Mr and&QN Well Done!I ily. Mr. and Mrs. Warren were Saturday night guestsof school will be held Saturday tions may be obtained by
I I Mr. and Mrs. M. M Gilflls. afternoon from 2 to 4. o'clock. writing the Youth Conservation -
Sunday guests of Mr. and Camp. Dame and FreshWater
Classof Mrs. Mallla: Grlffls\", were Mr Fish Commission, Ocala
'Kl.t1ik l lt 1t Conservation
3fly and :Mrs. Joe Fair and son of Florida

LOOK FORWARD \ .r I Gainesville", and Mr. anti :Mia Camp Is Open
I > 0d Hulls Ellington and children sroitv HOUR
4r9 GRADS 1 1 ; s uclCeedy 1966t of Lake Butler. To Boys and Girls I TllUf'KUAY AFTERNOON

' t pr.l I Mr. and :Mrs Julian Dobbs. [ Stoiy! Hour will be held at
,of 1You've \ \\ I.. I I 9 19 and children of Gainesville i, FIshermen would woulj make I the Public Library this after
I fishing companions of their
po visited jelatlvei here Monday[, noon I Thursday]I at 3:30: o'-
lgle. I night. I children will be Interested In clock with Mrs Carl Minx an
I the tiulniiH! program at ih!
atol'ytellt.r11 children between -
earned It. ..- I Mrs. Ruby Yarborough visit Florida Youth, Conservation
the of 6 and 9 are
'+ ed relatives in several ages
Good Luck I Tampa Camp; operated by the Game
totS class 111 I 'days last week, Invited. Refreshments. will be
and Fresh Water Fl.h Commission -
i i served.
\ of '6BVolley
Airman Daniel L. Crews of In the Ocala National .
1" Your Orlando It home of leave. He I Forest.
la the son of Mi. and :Mrs.
horizonis A Irr r Lawtey Crews of State Fa I'm. Open for boys and elrls between THE RIGHT fOINT for U>.
slilli the ages of 10 and, 14,1 war you write. Come In and
L. Starling b Mr. and :Mis Earl Dobbs I
:a the Florida Youth Conse-va- Mwlrrl :ynur itvoilU fs'rEliUitl -
unlimited.Success. r r I had! us luncheon" guests Satur ',
tton Cam;> li more than a OK rounuUu |*n. TELK-
Slarke Fla. day Mr. end 'Mrs Wayne Jones
summer vacation or on wrap!! i GRAPH.
t I and chlldieji and Mrs. Edna:
to you./ You hove Cason of Jacksonville, Mrs.
----- preparedyourself.! Warren Downing and childienof .

I Sincere Best Live Oak Arch Dobbs ofgetting ,
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well... the class .... Wishes to the

I Strive for Luck to 1988 Grids...
success and 'of 1966. you. i

happin.ss.CARPS. Jr cv:>

1966 Walt Hulick

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North Sturke. Fla. J. R. KELLY
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Starke, Fla. Sturke, Fla.Good I I I Tax Collector

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Well Done! '

ALL- \ARL 1B I ,:iiI'i{'{Al11i11,4'i? { { ,;: l? :., ii''i

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ci i66 We wish you continuing success. / ..



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++ vI):YMYMYM.hh 6MY.: :WM- 'MM'.rv/' / class of'661Continue Whether They Be College, Career, or Military Service.
:,",,,.-.-,, Graduation Is only
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:" i. be measured by he all of yov. the beginning ...
; J ways. Future As You and Your Parents Have So GenerouslyDone
I : .j Initiative and effort. We wish our 1966 grads the Best of Luck. ,
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FOLGERS Regular, Drip, Fine

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Catsup ;. 51.REGULAR / .
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Green Beans . ;. 51.REGULAR /: Ca ndy 41./ I
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REG. 39rf CRACK .,Coconut Graham. 50 FREE STAMPS with purchase I TWIN PAKChips CRACKIN'GOOD
W. K. Golden Corn k 51./ DixieGOOD PiesBan. 3/1./ Pot. 59-
REGULAR 2/49* 303' .STOKELY
28oz. CRACKIN' GOOD BIG 60 SANDWICH 25 FREE STAMPS with one 6\" .oz, pkg. CRACKIN' GOOD

Honey REGULAR 2/49* *303 STOKELY Pod:!OR ALASKA Peas 5/1./ Cookies 49 Cheese Curls 49?

Z-IB. PKn. pko., tl-oi., CRACKIN' GOOD

REGULAR Green 29* *303 STOKELY Peas. . 5/1./ Fig Bars 49/( Corn Chips 39, r

Fruit Cocktail 51./ 21! FREE STAMPS with one 16-oi. pkg. DIXIE DARLING SOUR 4-PC PKG. DIXIE DARLING PLUS 25 FREE STAMPS
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REGULAR 3/J1. 2Yi CAN STOKELY SLICED OR Dough Bread 29 Apple Strudel J5?

Halves Peaches 41./ 9CT DIXIE DARLING HARD PLUS 25 FREE STAMPS 12-oz. DIXIE DARLING BAR. )REGULAR 39*

REGULAR 3/J1. .46-ot. STOKELY. French Rolls 25; Angel' Cake 2.9,

Pineapple Juice 41.C / .

35* *300 STOKELY '

AG Asparagus 4/1./ ARROWDETERGENT WHITE OR BLUE -4.11.&... '

REGULAR! 2/2* *303 STOKELY LAND 0'

Cut Beets . . 8/1./ SUNSHINE20GALLON .
REGULAR 2/39* *303 STOKELYSliced I "

Carrots . 6/1./ Butter
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REGULAR 2/39* .*301 STOKELYSpinach SIZE

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REGULAR 2/39* *303 STOKELY SMALL WHOLE .
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Beef Stew 2/89x/ : i .
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REGULAR 3/49* *300 VAN CAMP'S .
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8-ox. CANS VAN CAMP REGULAR 2/39 200-COUNT

Weenees 5/1./ $1 Facial: !'' Tissue 2/29/


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CABBAGE 2 HEADS 29 'I'/i-LB. PKG. TASTE 0' SEA THRIFTY MAID ALL FLAVORS
U. S. NO. 1 IDAHO BAKING Fish Sticks 99 Ice Milk GAL 39

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I ;) WMU of BavlPHS Hi- i Cnd IP Sunday. Itt\\: 1 Ind Uti N. '" of; It@of: \ lit IN.Ey 58'4:\: .. 32--.010;; 4 ft 7 orBlk '

SCHEDULES nay served as ho&tes'es! at 5hC'I\1.111: i Crosby and children Ity rnirt'' HI 1 Itl 8I 6x'0'97: ." 21 I :3 4 'lulllTan 2 I Ex! K M Ft
Klnwley Lake Baptist .I 1'1,1.' If, I.J U":3 Martin 1:; Noe..1 ".1" 1554-Lot. '10.' II IlxV' Percy ::3.88 In Tempi Aim kmma'Bore.. 18 80
the housewarming of Mr of Gainesville were vUiting 21:1-.\.- ;- 'v'4 or IJlk 34 IS--W 5 II .Kt of Lot.
'' \ 300' 1btiit '
U.rt..uf .
Church. Sunday School 9:45: | and Mrs. Eldon Sapp Sunday i / Ltc parents. .Mr. and 2 d nr IIIr 2 W J But ti In 8Ia... ft W 54 Fl ofNtj I P 1

a. m.. Morning Worship( 111 afternoon at their new homo: Mrs: O E. Crosby and his NIO'4ofHllt2iiof I dlmir "/1) Ea: W ISO' ; of Lot 9 nf Elk .
6:45 itA" ::1 I 'V nt Tilts- I .. 19 In 1..m\llr". | ADD J. A. fl.ll 27.60
a': 'm. T.'alnlnlJ Union : of..wt 11 ,
on Uaifcrd Road. Mr and It A .
srnndm: .ther. Mrs. J. L. .
i plea Mill SID II S 33 Oate"? 1"u.t..l. .1HS8- Lot 8 and 9 .
of 'Blle ..
p. m : Fvcnlns Worship. 8 p. Mrs. fjpp:' received many. : Johns Saturday, lac. GIl.t" PPrt C'"W.f of Itlk I' In Temple \ ..:.."
Service. : :; ; ..1'' Silk. 8 t. .' th,4ek'V'dfDltch,!. :. Small BUlneaeAt ADD A. .
m.: Mllwcefc Prayer lovely rifts and everyone ,enJoyed ::4i-1l4: 3 I- E. .Mi-Klnncj Jr. 81 37
of II 4 W 'l'I>IIIIlul, '" J Atlm.et al' :U.1i7 3704 Lot 4 ft W'i' ss.t., L- .
Wodur&day. 7:30: p. m.: the a Ctel'l1oo1:11: ; .. :8h-Lol. /I. 8.' 1 R :
&A&A&AA1a1&a1&&I 5 It 21 8. 2J: 11 John CnlD.ton 6,88:47s : of Lot :3 of Illk 1
Choir Practice. 8:30: p. m. thrm. I 1 III SN: e',' 16. tlf 81k B..ln. ,In Iioullliff 8/1 Jam, t:). Akrld"* 19.';;

supply pastor Rev. Jim Rlson The Young Married C'IA! "I' W'. of 1-1110. 3 ''tl I ," I 2810--ftlA\."n. .11/. '>.1"",' A. $ McKinney. : Jr 1:11.$3: 31112-.ot. 2, 4. 8, 8
<'om .411
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/ "Come let' worship LA\VTEY\ 131 II 3:\ SV U 8 :3 1 I.a" r.ne. 10\'ln.to" 8.36 N ft Krail I.ot. A H.
us of Baylp.vs Newsy .SJ:1d": : glom NE!: C.r 0' Call
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7117 I arepl" Ura" OR or Bik 35 in J. M.
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together School I enjoyed a (,.1tup.m Ill: 17-11:1: oIr: t..me" 1'\.11..1'. "B''. .3 'r\ll\ .. "' .InhnsADU Ann"tt*' U .Tu h r 44..43

]Beulah Baptist\ Church: I I Friday night on Kiics! :>>' BT Rnz.t B'nrharaa&&a&aaaaa&AA&AAA&&a. lilt Ilk: :1 f'g ,155 :1 8:1: Pioneer Flnanee Co. U.i r PI 2:0 336 rt JI"t'S!N Tb'FE,111. Jl't 3801-Blk I Kx FVW ..

Sunday School. 10 a. m.; Lake. Among thane ..ho en- 111"I( P.I' N ofNLV J POll 'to In city Park H/O A. 1 K! MuKlnney: Jr 41 47
I ror. of' NEiof 25 8 II H.. H. Houston 8.24. .,
Mornin! Worship. 11 a. m.: toyed fishing, swimming and
Trtilnlnar Union. 6:30: p. m.: ,, cAmpln'WE're\ Mr and Mrs N I IIIII'( I'OU'' K / ,2wlLt, ( 2ft 01 Rlk I ft. ,
Methadlstt( : !Sunday, W 1iq, or. '
I'Jt
1:1: 8 23 Johnnl. (' :' Rd Lose 3 thru in of
: 1" 0,10..101. .111
7:30 ; to 11..14'
E\'f'l1lnt\ : Worship. : p. m. Jerry Dval and children. M-: :School <>-1\! Worship 11 a ,m. :00 run NIy Along' Milt\ t Lot I, 2. :a I

MI<\'erk Prayer Servi;e. and Mr;. Kenneth E 1 ixjan i and 8pm. Pnvcr Circle 2i':;I-Cn"" lit S1-: Car 1d: 841:61: 11'1' 't9' '... 4 .ft 7 thru II! of .. I

Wediv<:sd.y. 7:30: p. m. Rev. I j and son. Mr. an; :Mrs. Don :Monday; /n.m. :MYF[ Wcdnca3V "I'.o: : '. lO' SWIot' .'. Pon 'Wly. au. 1I't' .I... Rlk 11'11' : Lola. I/-14 <.t. "
Everyone ( run, iv 311,.!' lu Nty :35.75 )o't. Jl:11': .. & Sly, of. ....41. 18 *. .;
L. -
R.: laaam't pAstor .
Newman and family. :Mrs 8 I .
<< : pm Pun" 1S' II.H'. Nly I t 64u43' Jl't. Jlly: aladl 14 r.f Elk 7 City : '
welcome,:
TRAINING: UNION SOCIAL Gerald Norman and Mr.\ anJ 10 l1.m.VorHhl1l: 11 am. and, IIII 2' In 1'011 lit 9..1/10/ Fe I'> Bt 21"1.-M.' : .k i iS0r City Park S/r A. 'K. 11hlnney',' 3r. 44 :Si;
The Beulah Church '\io..r! IIlk 6'4 uf : Alone n. 3804 ...'''>m a' [MB Cur ., r. 8>>
Trilnj j Mrs. Leo Richardson 8 p.m,. TralnlnTTnlnn!\ 7 p.m., I ItJ'\' 'temp :-4/11 :1 8 33 Mrs. I'Imma' "lIrrh. 18.11 Est 10 .,.on )1:&. Itl.at. I 113 AanMtd 4 Tu'k..r 111.17 of HK'4, of NI'': '.. 4 : J .

Inn Un'on met at the homeof Mrs. Louie Vondett and I Midweek service Wednesday: 8 ;'IINLnl... 3 R: :I ut '. uie-i"'l run SIlO Ft for a' 1 r

their pn-stor. R"V R. L. i Mrs. P'lscilla Thompson of ilk. 1:1: 1 Ex:. I I': "',.' .10'DC; "illti \ w0a7 .5 PUB!, Run W 100Ft. -' _

Tail srt of( Mlddleburst Saturday I.nt, 1 uf.Jtlk II ti. IlereeY. '-.t. Kt'lo
73"I 1 r I Uy t.t2 N 50 POB -* ; 1 .
: afternoon for a barbecue j t and Mrs. Pitt Newsome Sat 10 am.. Worship 1 11 I u. III N .Heuo: III', Merle Jon... :3.75r : 3OJQ.-L) l I 'j "of. Ira R'W ; LCol U".r' :3..' a

sunprr.PERSONALS. urday. m. and 7ao:: p.m.. VPK Wr.lncsdiv Leta. .1.I 4 0' 151k 81k 2 lie f/4Ilat. jlltrIIMI HI SN] Corof .4 .

Mrs. Katherine Prunrjle of 7:30: p m. 1'rnver MeetIng 19.:. In "-Hen" III", Frxafei J.fhie 435 Phk. SIP .ElL. .'sly NK'. "f SE'j, ofNK'i .1
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1- 14. : '
21.7: 1.:1' : uf Blk ao ; 1 YelIi M: Slok. G.U ', run -N 1 irFt. ,
"Miss Donna Lee POI of |1 I Friday 7 30 p.m. fn \ It..n' I
Lawll'Y ,K'-cnt the weekend as t fewsonio' and hU daughter! Highland, Baptist Sunday" :,pl" ,i.ot, :5; or Rik :23n .. .e'' I'll. '' 1 .hl. O r 1V3tl.. .' port run' N- 115 lets ,. .

gUst\ ol Miss Ruby Fuquay i j i Joy. E'aLur' 8y She was accompanird | School 9:65: a.m., Worship ita.m. I NII"onL' Saul I .nlur."n Ih "AOeedA<1 0', ilk: .2 .: '..... .8.r'J W 100 Kt. S .MS: Kt. r, )' f.,. a,. ...?
A. UlKlnfe3't Jr, 54.40 E 100 Kt to mil 4)) .SI' A.
and brother Eddie. \ and 7:30: p.m. Prayer service ,2A i 1C.: Me wlnn-y' Jr. IS.ffi
I i ( home Saturday :311---I."t; I 0' Rlk. 1In 64)4I&t .97r Cdr: '
Mr. and< Mrs. A. R. Seibert I i'afternoon, by Mr. Newsome 'ednp.Hrl.v, 7:30: p.m. UxhxRnn HIh I Flnt'I. ..I'IQIo0,1..1 ; .... 't.ot 11B1k. 4 V14, '"i I ,1812 C"mm' lit Pf I.V : .

of Choir 7:30 6 ur 8.10.. I 'rosily, iii 11 deg' 49
Jacksonville sppnt last practice Saturday : :/;'; ; W f lit' of IOI'J
They tinted Mr. and Mrs.! A. ,
i In Uahaaa$1) I 1'1.1'1 Ely ft7'e w. (Cor nf W'Xj' of NH'infHK'i : :
50.11; i
Thurcd: v afternoon with Me.and I, (C. Newsome! of Oak Hill Sunday p.m. Lx. It/W Aaron Hanay. nllt R,(; 704.,1'' a',2: J Of NKH: : run' '

Mrs.. E. M, Norton and A. C. will leave for overseas Mrs. John Wright of Tampa 3Rf-l.nl":; I. 3. 3, I, del U' II: ill'S 'H / N' 71''" W 1 10', F. 7 '. '

children I in June. visited her parents Mr. 33 & 28 nf BIk.ll d.- W 15273' to( I'J 1.10". W 220'. 1 I tar,

'Mrs. Marie Bnrsaner and I duty early and Mrs Charles Shuford. last U"hlllr14n foil// JohRat'. '' Ku Cuflw It.II1 Cot Lot I BU<' 4N K 1 114', H I !U' B 200' .' .I
,I Mr. !end Mrs. Pitt New- 2011,5' "I'' link t : U 4.g w :14. 3tp to HOB Ex,: Oft BK S

three children of South Carolina sonvi. Mrs. Louie Vondett I week K H' It 2 E IiV 'tfo b8g: I.. 4 E:. McKinney. Jr :80,81; 0PR./ .r. 1117'ft K*. i.

visited! Mrs. Thomas Mrs. Priscllla Thompson Visiting theV .F Moores ,or 1.11.. I K or It 3 BA : 30t1=Loot. 4. 1 0' BIk Oil 3S-557 Hi Ktli.ll .. I

Starting; ; and Walter Starling durlncr the weekend were Mr si''r: 0' Alk I N .. 111./. U\. 01'T/ ()... BK 11-479 ,21: S 23 Lepnprd. GI'IrfI1. 10 44 ,
Mrs. Katherine Pranzer. Vlr- and Mrs. Jlrnmic ;Moore and "I' n 2 tI: Ii sw'i u pf-Sta'tkft; t 0. !. Sh'Grlff. 33.81 3901.-L..l, ;5; of Blk S 8 '
last TiiP'dav., Bll Newsome and Miss Joy ..r Ilk. I K ot It :2 I 8093-' Lot :In'tf: hi null!' VI' SIP I4mr' Tlr"m*" 21.07'

Mr.\ and Mrs. Donnle Knlsht Newsomi were all guests:: of daughter of Leesburt\; Mr. find I': III T"nl..a! Y/U 5'1.F' ItJ"4 h' '1':4': SillI I Sol h"lna4, *', : .

and three children And Bill Mrs P. C. Todor and son of I':,( I'ur Olt, B1C In .Z ('or 0' Let t Nftrt: ;, ,' liy I lin' KW: I
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Chl'son Aliea Mlle lud2.17 / t
1. L. Jr .
Gainesville, Chuck of Wild- 3'-638 -J 8 113 I. 0' But 14 III Orlg Bnd N liy Lot I I. RLY '
Mehtton of Jacksonville! at their lake home Saturday ,; \ .- ,Cunt' AU'. }.1 Town II' St.rke' ,Lot 2, U b" Lot'' .

Jirk Wnlnwrluht Sr. and son afternoon for a swimming! wood. and Mr. and Mrs. &a"'N"r"W'ur'" ., t I'll 10' N&S!!! by 664 : 4 'In Blk 1 Butler. "

Jurk! Jr of Wavcross. Oa. party and! fish fry. die Moore; and Jo'J't'd-j ...I'II\' I.. 0' 1<'" U .;, :.. 'In 'NI!: ,' ot' ,. fit S/H Nonn.d K. Thou'( .Z.:

Homestead who were on N 235', for rOR, tIi : .Lot 6 'tlk U' .. A. Z. McKinney, Jr 4.34 r
,and Frank Stiles of Vermont .
Mr. and: Mrs Gordon" Jones 'tun; / roR' W 10n', A 937I.Lull. 7 ..f Blk'B .
wrre' nil! Sunday guests, of Mr and faiitiiter.( Darlene were\ way to Hcndersonville II OjU' Iv I'OR 33 8 3. Disl.. .. AeeytiarsCarp I1U-: :.LI.'t"' bf. .I.o't. t. )i4 4' e r r i. 'In J'III.h"ra.tl'. : A. E.' M,1.rJr,2/81.

and Mrs.! Edward WalnwrUhtanrfi Friends ore pleased to knowthat ot Stuart ::1.:1: :: 64; $r UPI] '.f' : .1940-FI -B." tV W i i I
visiting !in Gnincsvllle: Saturday Mrs. V. R. Reddish appears ,. '. 1..t.. 7.0' Alk 31 .I.. '. I IV N i.f UK f'nr A 5 1

1 t'o daughters. '' afternoon. to be Improving in Bradford 20JM-.m at S\\ Cur .. mgt: Tbwa ot Stare John H.rnIAC" U." nt MV: of NKVJ: J

Mr ani Mrs" Wilson Kn1ht Mr. pnd Mrs!! Fnulder of' :NW; %. of HiVtr., 'y aUI -("m on a. t14. .. .. .. N liO', W 70', R 88', "
and M' and Mrs. Jack Pu- County Hospital. nut E 104'. N O'r"r A' rot Call' 1<<: oth.r" tIM. R: 70" In HOT'i* 2S3H7I 8 33 Luui J. ,Bennett 4.09
Howell fcf Starke wel'p.tllpst/ !! Sunday visitors of Mr. and! 1'011. 17 1-::: nn N ,1.I JI aide ,,0' "o".t .. -1 I N.1,| A In UKC"r
qUAY of Monttcel'o. and Mr. of Mr. and Mrs. Pitt Ps'ew- Mrs. O. J. Anders were his ItW Or 1 ltd.: :N 20'; '. rW' ', I. iIIt.... run r. lit Fl. iif MIVi:, ofHi I INW

and! Mr J"hn and I 125' H 2'0' to ,. .
: Fuquay tome Thursday niece and Mr and for .- "OR than' R %. bShtg: 2/1)/ .
nephew. ,'f.1I' ::2:: 6:3 W. H.' No'C..1 .t al '..062t1i 1 Anrll "'. Orlffl
family United Mr Aines'' Fu- 04 591. .p: .9 Ft ;; 1 |1. 23" 22' 17.44
Mr. and Mrs O E Crasbv: I
qiiiv of I,9wtpv Sundiy."Mr I Mrs. Junior Green' of Jack : -0," U8' ,L: a IIff ""''JI't. W"O rt torOH 31)17) -Lot. ;S; ut nik 3 .: t

and Mrs J. L. Johns! wee sonville.. / : or y'.l of .; .21 8 33 Shirley. wlloitum Im( Vamtoira' .Jlgt. ;
end Mrs. I,. W. Mary tran'.aet'na' :;! blJ'lnt'ss inGalneadlle I Mrs. Ferried" Ro've anti N4.o N (' ic 11.00'ha ; .t al 10a.1e :/ : : :t N. L. Wou,1 urn 18.40 !
of WI ivtK n arc spcndinq '' rut. L: 100'. N ) -. 1t8'--1 let b"lne that 4015-.re' at SM: 'Corr '
: Saturday afternoon children' of .Iir-ksonvllle, spent .i, W 100'. II 50I' "blk .. !
[ port lying 8 0' Nt:'. or sw .' ,
I their vsipnttnn with their .
Mond.iy with her parents! ;Mr. fall In on 1IK 81 Ir, prig Tn..n .of run )N 810 Kl tf RHIhin ..

son< and family: the Lloyd Jon D"" 'erV1S dinner! and ;Mrs" H. Wilklmm.. 2G.1'G 2: I :3:: Pioneer Finance Co). 81.33 ....,ar\.. E1I N 876dn. : '' W I ISO Kt :a .

Macvs nivl four rhlld'Tn. \\lUt'5t nf Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Bryant !lucks and1". aY'nit 8o:; rt, K: Ibo) Ktto 1
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Mrs Olniln, Pnrt-rPtt anl:! Dyal Sunday. Mrs. Pc-ail Ruls of Plant City. Hall 41::", I"' Nat 5iIlxuls ., 'r .by. TIJ'''''p. .. ';: ,. POH I* 4' 22Il3 3 w'. E. T,fod.. -J.. 40.37Siadi
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1011''un\ 011 : .. nnn !oil. At 'lIM" In
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t-vn children: of Mid !lchuvd( Mr. ani Mrs. Chides and Mr. and, Mrs l1oRI"I., t'aopel\ ,' IIr :0'')'. K oat DK. ,11'111. ,}I7 J. L.' AII.h'"s. 1.11 ..\-im; !VB' I: .,...r 1 f': .tr '

and Mr Lllllin Futrh and Cilbb1 and son of Gainesville I dish sport the weekend with I" I.r\.r..n\ Ht 1001 4''o/-' 4 .' of tract A Wenlplu. h. V '
th'"11 on I'.4er. ..n St 3t2rLnt.1: 3. !S'D 4 Sh- 81.6W.* o
two ehlldien of Maxvtll ,
wereSunday were dinner sues s of he" I Mr. and Mrs. Brynnt HciUlinh. lv lulu'. /Ii 1110' (0 "'Ik', I ,f:, It" : fin .J -l t. S'' Ir PlllJ. runt, Kly' ':'. ,. :

) afternoon visitors of !)Arents, Mr. am:! :Mrs. Gorj j They came esporlnllv\ to Bee ran I Tom 14zai I"" Hill '.U J"4.4. -m, '_ R. 'A. Green. Jr. et .1 48.5 W s!>'.. N 'J 2'. J K 90' ,
aLL .
Mr arid Mrs Ce-tI White- don JOISlInrllV.> : I. Mrs.. V. R. Hetlrtlsh! who hot 3031\--1."t In ..I' Hlle ,:".f",. .. :"Nxp, '..p.. r. 9.';tk14l C)1.I ', r. ,o' tu r OB Al ., .1!Ln,.,A.\1'''''''
heAd ,and, daught"rll. been 111 for several I In Nat. WIIIIRm. >> n J TJtiJun44. ,' : ,. Jit 53.53
days.Mr. :
111'Iud\ Mrs. HershPl Johnson / 1
Siinrinvl'ltors; ; of M"8 and children of and Mrs.' H. C. Hnl'lpv' 3'1-,1'' ; ; '. III' t.o'' JI: l-o"f: .t(. "P7' *. e'er 0 5.. Of PH'. of, SKW; '.

Thomas Starlln and b"othrr. vII Ie wire vlslflntt and his mother ;Mrs. A. II. or Ilk I 111' /lia' of' _Can,. Bay 911. II i run N I 18' 'V l II0'' tu r J

WdH"i." were M's. E'l' "- JAl'kqOn-// flsH'leSr.. 7t'rlliania. HI\\ L.. Jdnkln4 1I.0 ;run //II :14.U Ft d't tu POH. N ft PAr lo 4 .
and Mrs. '
ents. Mr. : weie" Siturd.iydinner ..
Silk ', 'F1.. fur f'QIi I W l \ '1 '
beth 2631Lut!' II or 'Ha't !. Hdry inn 48 ;
BNhop and three chllrpn Crosby fi" ndav. guests' < of Mr. nn"11'9.. ;\ 2 Nat Williams. !'lIT' EoLtle-Mae; Reyro4lda' 4.35 'run ','N. "06.13 rt 'V''Jy .J' '. 100' H 390.14' W ,

of South Carolina Rev. Mr. end Mrs! J-rry Dval Richard" Clhps.ser and childrenin .. r j16b,77.Ft, lillII' .1,8,; n I 100'" to I';)" :A a 83: 4.-!';.A. M<:K n".)'. Jr. 6.05

And Mrs. L. A. McGee of and fl\''nfly. ]Mr and Mrs Gainesville! ,rT2'; ram at I'V\!' Cur RIP: ISIS II't to t10s! U 1:2:: 91"'.; J. ''Ilu".1I11 11,41' 4104-Ufa- 25."I' to I I of .I I '

,Jqrk'nl11'llIp. an1 Mrs. FdstnrTormt ...r.oW': '. nf 0\\1; UH-Com tit Np Cqr (M'VCor( rot SKU .".f 'ty'; : t(t'.
Don !Newman: and children Richard. ]iMirb.m. who Is I nl
>n AnrlII/ )>> and Miss and Mrs Kurlmav lit Kort Dovons ;M.IHS. Sti 'N; l I"b' 71AV of 149' '
Carolyn 1'.1' I'I'H. N 2130 Ft. '" run, 'F7 St .1'I\ I
Darlene Wtlkcrson of Lawtey. and Joe Sapp attendedchurc'i spent' the weekend with his I: r.II II. H "OO F'1. r' t. 76 a3L. 8 ,7n0 I .,1 ; 91.0.1'' N 134 84' ,InW '

" "Mr. and Mrs. One MurphY mother Mrs Kd Durban W GO lo't to POU 2F J. :27: LOttie Rynail' H.ID Ct. .w.t\ ; ':Jt "t .to lino of SKI: '. WKKV -
FAith '
at BTptlsti i Car YOB' 24 t :3 r-onan M. Ah'arta 1.U : W line.
i inight. 31377--4 sum Rt HW ; < on
,and dauzhter: \ of Hellbronn Church IK' Macclenny Sunday: :I Mrs. Durban and ;Mr. and ot =NW'4 ot MWk I t' ? ... !M.44 I" I'OB 21 8 32: Arthur L. Bioiky 2334Oi

.$/;>1'.1111wel'e. \ Tuesday supper Mrs W. L. Durban attended & run ,l'3 on '4 5,0 ', t $:11'C..mt' -.t'. "Inter S r 1170-\ -Bo,.. 2-..nt' I K:: "&,

r'teets of Mr. and Mrs. E M. Mrs Myra Fauknpr! of kindergarten graduation! in line UA 1.1 for POD, .'. of !lly: tp4yof!< .Ct" : fI O' H of NW C04- "' 1' '
i I Ihd'Ii' HIIO, .I't MIno : 't"1IIoj Bn4ry of of KlCVi of Ht: \ K ". :r
]Q'ortlnInri .
/ family. .
Gainesville attended church Jacksonville and saw Lisa tlh: n. Ifl dint. Nit' 'w
Ft H 3UII 1'1. W '. 97,21', s 711'. t ..
Mr and- Mrs, M C. Dimnr! Sunday and was dinner guest Durban graduate.\ I IOu 1'to P"J 53 I :: Mary':; L.lloon 7,81 HI" tor'POR.. 11tOn' -I 9103:; :x. 7V 'to. Itff 21 44 2J: en/ f*.. 4h'tro., Jv., 34 21
of Jack1 (onvill i \\S 7'. .w 100', .
spent Sunday "
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..t.ht IIn.1 Un"lqy as 2uoatsn \ of her son and damhter-ln-' |i II 2085 -N DI.n'; "t A ... ... '.. u J n' ;to "" 6"r:1 8:3 rah4r,. 1'ralkn'I 4J28--Com, at "5W >'i>r ,' 8 :, 11 ,
: lam Miand Mrs Harry .t5125': of ", Q; Iof Sanders 1i3.t! of NKIi: ,"f Hli'l' .I r. .'tt
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thrl' '"auahtrr: and family Faulkner.Ivfr. I st1" t4. 01'' $W' ', 9t: 5y ;:!' N4w1.gy' .1 I r fto.' r. ro'. run N l','.' i to PUH" '. .

'bit.: and Mis. Lloyd Macy andchllrend. H. W 1'x W 50' JI" -;s .'rI .: .t53, P't '1:7y: 81V I. "t 131))' \ .. "
and Mrs. Billy Shinerof Thompson Sheet .
8'Bnd 'By NAhbrlhy N < _
of
I 8'.3' :3 :: Padmir trlltiama 3,83 t fi.o UK,
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Interlachen! attended 24It-S- \V All' ot N .I + N.. bJ" Dua. k4 I ,. N :n'.G' to0: W Hay.I' 4 I'dary7! ', r .
Mr Mid) Mrs. Gary Fda.r church, Sunday and were"Inner Metal Works D.7\ :; of s U8.a. '. ?oan AV: .by-R,IAPI8t ei. M! r, WKIv' 417' .. ,
_Desc" Olt:J 4r 6 ,In 14 1 f;.,- |IIn"| II I- \ .
Anti| children, end J. L. Christmas inpsts of Mr. and Mrs or 1l Iy' ...rV'"' '. or . y'
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' of Jacksonville: were "'., Sprri'rlire HW'. Ix: Itreu I'..., PO11 :2 J"aaph r.. Hlld..rhran I..n 13.4 POB. Kx: "'W 113 4 23 Cla-id 'TV. (.'(.all'lI 5:6
A. B. Wnltehead, Jr. I IIH rK 27 ra13: :3 1:1: Cornelia.lav a, 3891=!tat IJ 4 ...e "Ik .2 i." -NW <4 of !SB '4 a I.,.

Memorlai day visitors! of Mr Mr. nnd Mrs Lloyd Pad- Jr. 4t d' 8188 t6'. In J"T"" CO" or r.;'. Kij ofSM' I
Denting & Air (CondilioninK . 1
:and Mrs- W. / NW SIP: EK Itm I '. of W .1
\ II. Agner and gett were guests ofler J880".1! :Saul Hanker. sun '.1: NK'4 .
supper a aO-8Ik I. In L T of
on.plJlmmv. 'I Systems I'or of $ii'I of Hwy 101 P1I!
mothrr. Mrs. Leslie Waters :811'4', run. Po 6:0t a. CXIIJ'0! 1h > /W1IIx R/W *1 t'n\ .

> Bradley and three III Lake Butler Sunday Installation & ServiceAll for II F')33 Ih..n rout g!: 16' .r T.oI t Ed, Hunter ,601, !I'.rd Book 17 P"; 1'I. .;1.

-daUTh'crji of Jackson' tile night. i 1'1 100 F1 13 :50; F'L N '830-LoI.II 1 2 ofBlk r.OJ. .x hew In ORBK J

were: Sun-'av: visitors of Mrs. 'Inn Jo't W a0 lo't to 715 L T 17 PCI 603 VT. ff "''ota.l.l.Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Sal MongonIvl I Types Metal: \ Work pon 33 8 22:: Msdr5t.s r lKoMIA loo. :1.:0.:: CO" 'I'D/' Ea 1t/W hark. Lane 8,8113830.Lot .i/l/.l SO oro

.L M. Bradley.Mr and Mr. and Mrs. le I 611-.n! Rt NW cur < a, 4 .f 51k 4"3tlcr 339..1' N ,

.} pnd Mrs. I.. A. Canova.Jr. Flake and son of Jackson- i 9KI-I021) \ \ !96)(it-S6Il 1 uf 8W'',. nf R\\' '4 JI In'. L T ,. ..CO'lD' 4'I1: II;' W of SK: Co A

. and twochildren of Jacksonville k Inn' 8 180 Ft for / 1.lIa Harmon 1.73;; of NK 4.< run S 41elif I .f .
ville.\ Mr and Mrs. Bobby II mln I F. 3:>o'.
R POI t h..n run JI: J '
were Sunday gueit Crosby and son. Mrs. Marie I :100: Ft II 30 J"t W' .', : ,1 I :324-'= Lot ,2 of 11'I1 a5 dir. 19 min W .

,.l. Mrs.\ L A. Canova. Sr. and 300 I't N lill Ft to 1$ .ID i. T it 'Co:8:!! 341::,r. N ti) 5114. f

'son David "OB 1 Ex. R/\\ 3 8 :: .I.t..1\ Cox '7:42699'ant :: :t'D If.tla Harmon, n.n II Otis,\.. W 3.o' to St
N 8336E:>z ot Loll I .' Rot R/W S' 41 .4'. ,
: O 'r I v KNi.tlrc I :' .t NW ('oror ,' '. .
Mrs MAxie Carter Rr. is ,
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.11'ln'' I. "
1'11\ ', or S'V' k 3 or Slit /11 mln K 311.10') lo' I. J "
:home. from the hosnifal\ and Ie'lt-rehy Klvi'ti. lliHt thi- (..llmtiiiu,. iloHi. .i.ll.ivt hinds. run K 210 FA" H lOll .: 'A dos IiI/D 3 Ju' Coleman : '.4 49 POI1 Ex': R/'"' 33 4 33.1 T Ja Lu'. Mot.l'' 13S :*

J 45.. feeling !somewhat better ",1111." sold l.t .."hlh' surtlnn, .. I tl' 'in o Im. .I l< u..","" nn l the null FI for a 1'011. run' 83 1-Lo' 8 W'62' .. I
day of June, A U. 1911, nt the City (Hull "city ofiiiirko.' Coun 101 'inn Ft I: 356 FL. .. ..t Lot 1 of 11'10.' ,18 4243-SKU: ofNKU' of r
.Mr a-id Mrs. Richarl !Ma- r
ty of Hrmlforil, "aixto" of t"I"rIcL. to pay'' 'tiniiin' "iint due for I N 100 FL W 239;; P't . In' L T & COlt liD of fWH. .Kx nl'""
c1pdlv'rre} Sunday afternoon" tHxr hoi-rln pet ,oppoHlto tho ,steno toffi-tlii'i with nil cunt to 1'01 ::: 1 :3 Llnnl. si I.U to:ix F: 81' of Lot'S ft Kx: Pur HUT In
visitors of Mr. and Mrs E. of Such pile. and ailvcrtldng- ,Tf."ft .1 Blk U : Mary Colaman' :11.1111 OR RK 23-281. 82 4 :::1! Id) .Vietvrla' ro"a."I"n i 10
a7110-Com .t NW .
Cur 7 4271-NW 101 NWJ\ '
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M.. Norton and famllv. ::100. ........Ip.lo. \1 lOr .r..... of "bW'1, of IIW'. 8327-A-R:! : ''' ;.. of Lot of HK:<4 K.* Pat" v-;{'I

Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Crawtotd' ..( 'lend' H'1"' rt 1 a.. .u.r, mill CiinlaK. & run R:J 310 .Ft K ;. I 0' ttlk U In.L .T !Sold; ft Kx:: Lot !denOn el I

and Bans visited Mr. and 3,3 I..t fur" 8 PUB ('Q'. e'p! Acme' Tyson :3.37:32LE' : ;; BIC :20! pn Hq .1'I. ,
2317 'L..I 1 D nr Mlk then. N n,
ton 100 Ft '
'
rt'ef lot .
M/s. DeWItt Crews and:! family. 2 I's: N IV" llre.ilArrpa I: 110 FL II 100 Ft ;' .li i.:tt ; 3 A" !: ; .. ft Par Kx 1t iv"ii-<- rtn ft BK Ki: : .: ,. : .,

of Raiford Saturday 'leo"\l1t Knoll 7,.US w 110 n to PUB s2 6 :: usNs'Jen.e. tit Ftf tllai4 3 A 4 21 PO 341 53 4 23 4 1'tetori.! ; I'UhIO" I" t8
3331-'Com' at NW .
( .
.1' t.
: NW'i
.al RlkFIis 6.T& 4I4* NB'4 nf ,
evening. -
of PI'j of NJI: ;, runS 2701-C"nm at NW Crt .' .. ..
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COl./D. : Mtek C..I.man. Jr. of :' Kx. Par
Mr. .and Mr. Claude Bell I 1347.2 Kl. K: 74.1.:3 or ICW"1: of SS1 ,. eat 3.38 SR' '
old 1 Ex: Itv ft < ;
KXP.ir
1"to\ \V It, \S' Llllo run F.: 410 I Fl. S 4'It .. \
of Bluffton. S. C.. Mr. and 3315--1.b1.3.;" / ; : dew Oil BK: I

'1\Irs. C. ti Hlrkey and eon. or ft n.1R./ ., then 110 ,Ft for PUB. I' ..' ... ._. H.1t. ,,40'40 .... T. .. 23 I'd 345 3 J 4 S3 I Bertha,4Jr90o, ..t. F.14Hr4nbrojk
N'JIy ItlonC W H/W run W U 1.'t.. M 'Io9 .. COltD'' Lt1I d Lennie. .31'1.A-1 I Lot Innv:-
Fimenc. ot Belmore. M T line of Hay. 793 .Kt "'t 17 riO Ft N 100 Jacle."n HI"ke' 6.15.
Cor of I ot 1 of Blk "
.JTlckey of JaeksonvlUe' enMel d for POB then Mvnn lu 1'(18 :23: I :' IL I.. Hartley 6.13 au -. LoU '. I' of 3 tn-lnr, < 7V N 8. sbvIll'
W It/W line. 150 I ::7118-t'om .1 NI': roe .,It II fnhL'OS : T. .
and Mrs. Ray Miller and 4or .... Frames :; I E&! W I In JaI
Kt. Wly at right 14W'1 of SW4 SID J.nktllA 89..6 .
Johns MIl>
tf(}' mlly were. all Sunday, a nilIn IM.' 200' Kl ,rust. iv 11' for. POHH ? 831; --Lot.II of3k, Temty.f.

net. guests of 1I.frll. Marv then SKIy par with 333,4':: Wly 80' N U' I.Lo.T t' C09BD 4351-\\' 300' of N'A St '1

Phtprnan: and Mrs. Elma ltd I un Kt I Ih..MKiy 2Jn.28, N; lu' 110 .r1's : .' L. Z. B..r I 8.U of SB': '. of NB4Kx : :

.Rligs. : aoo Ft t tit p in II 23 1:1::: i ltbur Basal fY.00 IU-N 0' D'IJ' all R'W A l*. rat

r.: ', or 1.0" 3718 -I 'Lm In 911: -, 'I" L T'" 1'0fI 1/0 Vie Fran'. J"le1n. ;0..4; In NW Cor l;:;t 9' I33 1 11:3 H. L. r *rtlr 119 I IIt

_ .Mls.! cj Connie' and Brenda Blk 3 Green Acre to "MI J.inifi.. w. Pdtray, Jr, 33.7JJuncpliln Cur 0' 1:14. of NK'/': 1 Ulti-Lol 1 tit lI'Iefn 41 'i 4434-Com It NK Cor

liawliln-f of Jacksonville were 2377 Com 430 N of IIW'; being. leo'J ( LT. COSD John H. Hleki: 11.8:; of SWVi; of NK'/i ft .
Kt "
weekend II'Up"ts of Mr. and train N k" 1'1 by 50';; E! 3408-tat. i 0' Ilk run W 15 Kt S 7< I 813!!' Cur "tSW
'V 23 8.' 45 ID L.1'' .CO for .a POB than J
Mw. Maxie Carter. Sr. and of SW'i', NH slati Nausea" In<:. 'tSS '
; 31U-E a'il' A Of N% aiD 5,1Ha 1I1I.au :2.:1 W307V4.. Kt SI' 241 FtR .
W 50
115 N
run Kt
Kml'y.' or 9E'4: of ItW" ot 307 Vi Kl N to
Kt U 113 Kt d 60 IW'A hx: 1.40 A 0' Hilt POB 33IIJ4 :3 S Jame. 1\. Patray, Jr. 52.4)Ltot
U&I-Lot. t. 5
Mr. ann Mrs Ch- '-r Wood
Kt to 1'IJB 21 8 :33 "':11.riin. 11.1111388I.ot
]Da.o Olt 34.264 U. 21 I ".lIar" Loulea I I'' 1..., T COJ -Com al NW Cor
1. 3 of nik
and family attended Btrca-
Graham. (.82 ADD 'I A. E. McKIA"' ', Jr ".11 of NEI of NW'lrun a
laureate! In Green 2 In Sunny AeroKD .. K: 840' S 2 !acrr cei Huinuul' Welch' H.73Curri 37:0. .- ::1ot ss;. ofx14 aUW"0'\ LM d of
Cove Pprlnis Sunday' night 238 of tW'. of5w,4 Rlk It III U' of !' plde of Canal for
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-Lot lOot Blk
a c. A. Crum. Bit rOB cont U Ml'. .
's
U 13 .1: Wt4 ot Lot I .
farthe graduating( <-l" o' 3 Sunny Acre '
ss W 354' to Canal "
/Uln wok'h, :9-"om at NF Cor It L T COSo ADD "arm..r'. Supply :9.1
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which Mona Kay Wood U a of of of Ely Alone. Canal I
Sa 8W'4 ... 11 Hilt
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2397-Lot* 7. 8. 0. & .U-. 0'
340' to FOB :3 4 -i
> NN'4 of IIW' m McQj-.n 3,664507Hog i
'x run
n1I'm r. IV ot Blk Sunny .. .n L.o T. & OVSADD' Cor
:Ibn Alfred l Muriif 'V 8f1'. 9 12.1' for E. Jr at NE ..
A. 24.518564tot
Mr and Mrs. E.!: ldf.\ Norton Acre "U 7.94 McKinney of NW'4 of NW',
POD, coni 8 73.. W
2417-Com at NE Cor U .0' Slit I
"nd children were Saturday 171.3'. N 13.n' E ft run d 341.S' W
of MM. of Sue 8 31 dog W 173.5' tn POB 23 / 21 ;l'r.n 3. T.&C( 341.3' N 341.J';; K: t
uoper guests Trudy 930' to Cr of Ult B..trl.e Cetemaa.. U.II Bdl Klond. :1.13
:8f1-W 13of -IEI4- 311.S' to POB 34 4 S3 3t;, Jaetuoline| A. Hoorer 32.74 j
Lota i.
Norton in Jacksonville. Cr of Center. ft. 8401-W1u: 0' 'SL
N ( I U 13 J. r. Yellir Att. 11:4 of Block :4 1I.'J'I' k }
1ff w on 'r 2 o6f-NTwtIti 1Si MERRILL EDWARDS
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of Silk
56 .. W .. 10'Ft.
St 1400.4', S 18 dot! In ; Ft. E TAX COLLKCTOB
A W IV for POll .-ont Bradford Htta. N.&: II 1o. L.T CITY OK TABKfs.! r
f'IUW Ad In the TELE- FLORIDA
tllD Ex 8 110' A. H. 1IoKID....'. J.. 13.71 .. COB ADD En..t W AIleD at al S/13 It //' '\ "
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TIIURSD tY. JUNE 2. l 19x0 STARKK.: FLORID

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I I 'f Woman's ClubInstalJaton
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KEYSTONE +

At Lagasse HomeThe


HIGHLIGHTS installation ot new of-

rI fli-eis+ of the Keystone Height

Schaeffer Womiin Club was. held
By Mary
Tam'"dnv May 24. nt th' ,

Phone 473-4127 home of Mrs A, H LaKasseon t
l
I Lnkexlew Delve .
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II A garden party has been

ONELLA9; MEET and the Junior Woman's I plnnncc1. but duo to the Inrlenvnt n l

ONIGIIT I Club will play a Softball name weather. the porn, 1 y

Keystone Heights Llonellas In city park Saturday night of the Ingasse home vci

pill! men tonight [Thursday June ll at 8 o'clock. Get I looking! Lake CJeneta. uns th)
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.t 8 o'clock in the Clay Eleo I your tickets from a member setting foi this occns'on' .ti

tlc) conference room. AU of either club; KHHS GRADUATES OF 1966 Th club's! rntl'lnu offl,''''''

Wives o.' Lions are tffged to I Itbe MRS. OWNBEY HONOREDMrs. I, eicortel, the newly elected of-

on hand.< Mothers, slaters, W L. [IBudl I Ownbey M
I"'" daughters) of Lions are also was complimented on Monday I pictured.. .ut revepHon following Baccalaureate .Nvrvlrv last Sunday .night. Front.. f I installing: : officer." Mrs; W M Keystone Lions Win Citations
welcome night 23. with I Barh'lder of EuttU i III \
May a lefts Dttlort. :Murrhe Norma. ...
Shawn Lamulle, Edith Baker Vullilfiill' | Juni' 3I; li>-
8pFTB\LL GAME Stork Shower at the home of Those Installed: at this I i And Awards At State Convention
;\ II
Putrldit Ciieiulet.. Patricia ShaughneHMy. Jackie Fox, Ijnini. Huff. Kathy
time wereMrs: David Nelson :,
(Jl'he Keystone Llonellaa Mrs. R L. Ennis on Brooklyn : -
;Mi-Glu\e.( Jim Thl..... Don Norris Carol Warren Linda Anthony, .and .......n.lIyrti.. I
Mis Earl
president!
Lak" The hostess was assisted : Keystone!! Heights Lions re- sum er.ual to $30 for each of

by Mrs. Ted Oglesby and Vo 'll's.'I'e president: Mrs tuned Horn the state con- Its 39 members

\ Mrs. C. W. Owens Sara McDonald, second vice \entloi In Jacksonville with Next to Oov. McQlave Is

This Pink and blue hydrangeas Funeral Services i Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Brainerd I Garden Club president: Mrs J. O Hanson an +impies.she" ; collection of District Cabinet Secretary
man
{; were placed In the living For W. G. Wall Observe 50th Wedding Anniversary I III Of The Lakes recording! secretaryMrs nip., plaques, and certificates I Joe Wlldt, who also has a
room and the dining: room. Lagns.se, corresponding sec !! plaque for meritorious service -

con/ help The service table holding: the At Paran Church The home of Mr. and Mrs! | where they signed the guest: Installs OfficersThe rl'tarvIrs.: : Fremont Tillestiensiiei Pi1; *!arm! ( d above I left to "' AS far right is Lion

,4 :punch bowl was covered with II Roy L Bridges on Lake book In gold Ink. !: and Mrs Edward! !right I me; Secietaiy-Treas-. George Schaeffer, Sight) Conservation -
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.: it white linen cloth and a William George Wall 60 dtnevM Yellow (rm'den Club of the Ravno'-! director ''iier :Martin Ramos. who won I Chairman who was
the delightful 11111'l're.
was day use'tin
:,;j yOUi2k 'ovely arrangement of the of Melrnse, died upon; arrivalat settlns for the 50th Weddlnrf:: carrying out the /Kohl: 1 n Lakes Installed. the following Folloivlnu die Instal'atlon a plague' lor 100 per cent sec- also chairman for the annual

chosen flowers. Mrs Tommy a Gainesville: hospital; Sat. Annlvlr ,lry celebration of theme In flower 111'1 a 11'< new officeis at n luncheon CI'1'eI110nMrM.: John: Bin 1'1'1111'one of the best. In drive and membership' enrollment

... compUta, I protection' you Mllllcan and .Mrs. Nick Chab urday afternoon following a Mr. and! Mrs. Arthur Brain. menU and other deionUni.- meeting; In the Hotel Thomas retiring president presented I Olstilct; 39-L. President Mar-

!\\fed Irwuronco. that li adapt- were winners of two contests sudden fitness aid or Keystone Heights last The ref hment table WH (lah'eaville. on May 28-; Mrs. Nelson with the Ravel "halt DniiildHon, who rrteiv The club, also. came home

.111.) to changing protection. Mrs. Ownbey received gift Mr. Wall was born In Chicago Saturday afternoon from 3 centerej, with a beuutlfu Mrs 1. Stripling(, piesldent symbolic of her office I'd a pUique for I 100 per ,cent with the Hugh V. Griffin Jr
d. Thafi what lIn
n *....ry Gulf life policy YOU with g In a lovely bassinette, coveted Ill on April 15, 1906 intll' 5 o'clock. three-tier weddlnv cnk' :Mrs AHii'it Bachman 1st Mrs. Hanson plnnel :Mm niesld'iu.: Distil! Oo\eino cup for the club having the

Adopt-A-Mon.. For oxompU, !n pink and b'ue nylon-a and had' resided In Melrose Besides their many friends, which was sliced and sl'rve.i vice pleI Ident< : Mrs, Ed Dwy- Bird with the past pres'detir' if 351.: Charlie, McOlnvi-; largest percentage of members -

q! mortgag policy can b. gift of the hostess. foi; the past ten yean. He was their son, henry A. F1I'ahle'd with punch er. Ji 2nd vice pie
aWoptvd Alk to provldo this. frl.ndly rollromont Gulf Cake and punch \were served a carpenter by trade and a of Independence, Kan. was Mr and Mrs. Dralnerd, :Mrs R N. HundPTl'ind." secretary tlon from club members mint awarded to the Key tend from AUK. 1. 19(55.( to
Incemo. after the gifts had been member of the Baptist Mis Emily Isontiensmi'i .tone' Club for placing seconIn April 1, 1966 Also the Malnes
well theligrandchildren.
I Io Ir' as
Ufa (Uprowntatlvo about III present a) were muirted In Alliance. A special finest on this occasion -
opened. Church. the district In the annua F Finley for the Iou Pst
cup )(
: Linda an Ohio on May 21, 191(1.( ( an>> was Mrs St"vefllore:
Mrs. D. A. Judd, mother of Surviving! are three sisters Stephen Bralnerd. also o. have ,resided In Keystone fo' Mrs r J. Williams secre- president! of the Junior Wom drive ain:; membership enroll- percentage of net gain In

s1i the honoree, was one of the Mrs. Dorothy McDonald ofOalnesvll'e. Independence, and Betsy Ann several Yf'an.Appro"lmately. tiny of Dl.strlct 4 of the an's Club. Following\ the Introduction 1'I1f'1I1! nf the Floilta Fjimdn membership development in

( 30 guests. '' and Mrs. Eleanor Klutz of Canton Ohio. Mrs 85 Kiit'sU; Florida Federation, of Garden of new members lion for the Blind Inc Th October
SCOUTS ENTERTAINED Clubs, :erred Installing officer "tubu cited for raising a
Johnston and Mrs Marlon Elizabeth Klntz. the Sialnerd's as >" (
called during the iifternoo.ito refreshments were served" fr
Oil Friday evening, May Tomlinson. both of Melrose. daughter, and two of congratulate Mr und Mrs ) the 35 members and othe

20, the local Masonic LodJleentel.talned Funeral services were held her younger children were Bralnerd on their half century The tables were beautifully guests attending

o the local Boy at 3 p. m. Monday:! at the unable to attend because of of man-lej life. derornt'with. ; lavender stoke Save \With Safety
i Scouts at their camp on graveside In Paran Cemeterynear Illness The reception was cateredby ln add hydrangeas ar-

e' Crystal Lake at the Keystone Orandln with Rev Cecil Mrs. Alma Frost welcomed the Woman's Club of i-Biiwed" hv the hostesses Mrs.
r Airport, Nearly all of the I I I.. Still-Hi.K. Mrs Sam Oirdn ored At a special bimiict; | per"
Underwood \ Your Is InsuredFirst
Where
.. I Ii officiating Interment guests at the entrance patio. Keystone Heights and Mrs. Rented by the parents nt the' Money
\i tlIIIUNTLe. boys were present and a great of the Masons Favors!; rf tiny rlnklln{
many plot under direction of De- day, May 20 A buffet .dinner
Federal and Loan
hand to rnloy the onus filled with dainty wildflowers Savings
were on Witt
C Jonei Funeral I ,
Home NEWS NOTES
nerved'
!:Y Rpub e.Ali.N Jr.r was under the mipervlslon -
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stunts and for were at each' place
song, games of Keystone .
r Phone 4734340Box Heights. of !Mrs Georgia :Murr-
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about three happy hours. Twentv-flve Association of Starke
: 889 By Helen Egan members and hee. Senior class. xpimson,
;. Keystone Height. Fla. JANIE SCORES AGAINOn four guests attended Mr Hubert White/ 111'111f1'II.! .
'.., Friday May 27 Miss I JanIe McMurtry Sa'u'ator- I llI (Continued On Next Pagel] 218 N. Temple Ave.
lan of tile KHS class of 1966. COMMUNITY' CHURCH I

.1 was special guest at the week- About 75 members and I a'I I dress' by Jesse Tvnes, Superintendent

I ly luncheon of the local Ro- II friend of the Community of CIIlY County I

1 (Continued on next pup. ) Church enjoyed the newly I Student council room representatives SchoolH( Organ mimic was provided KEYSTONE HE1GHTS-MELROSE

.' I,I combined Men's Club Family I for the 66-67 by Mrs GwendolynHernamle \
Nlifht covered dish supper on ;I school year were elected hint. /, mii-slr teacher ,
KEYSTONEDriveIn May 23 Following the dinner I week as follows: 7th grade, The Hchnol banner WAil ofrlclHlIy .

,, Theatre the president Harry I I Paul Leino and Johnny VallI presented by oiitRolnR BUSINESS DIRECTORY
t Qoojwla: explained the pro- I dejulir: 8th trade. Limy" MinI Student Council officers and!
Fri. posed plans for next Season.An I gledorf and Donna Spnrkmun; "pieahlent-elert.' Jerry lowers,
Sat.-June 3, 4cauaeu I -
extended l
> nn appreclatlnn
Intel estlng program was 9th grade, Leon Tilest! and on
behnlf. of 1 the student bod/ APPLIANCES MELROSE HOME KKPAIU
'f. 1
presented by the young folk Roxanne Ketch: 10th gnidu. _
: Including several numbers by Put Cox and Mimi Flout; 11th HonoiPd guests' Included KdWlffRrlns t Service
i % i .1, The Youi in Americana, a'' grade Jackie Godwin and 1. Miss. Gertrude" Houser. FEDDER'S Auto Service I Carpentry
V and,' School' Board members. Masonry Service
Debbie I ITerl'y
of eight Junior misses, Knight; 12th griidi, PUMPS
t
group HEAT
:::!! Richard Jixnes. Prop.
J. I The first nnniuil I Cabinets A Specialty
1 led by Roxanne Ketch. Heidi Icing nnd Chester Jlenn' / spring conceit
DEAN 1 Hendry and Patty McOlave Club reprem-ntalives. will bo << on May 'in/ wan well ntlemliul Former Owner J. L. Motors CALL

t presented two vocal duets elected.. rt the flint club meet- and well, re"plverl Mrn, FOR YEAR 'ROUNDCOMFORT Macclenny KEYSTONE
I MARTIN nie next fall.Dedication 'I"r""n"? Is to be rnmmenri! :
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with Mrs. Robert Hendry: as Oencial Repairs
tJ.yOUR OWN ..MATT HELMJ'I.INCINRB of the new jrvmnnsiiim ed for the outstanding proKM'HH Home Repair.itandar'd
MAK accompanist Miss MargaretLaMee New & Used: PiuU
; wa.i held :Mondnv.' Miy dlHplived: by nil the CONTACT
: sans playing her own I Oil Product & Improvement Service
30, at 8 p.m. The invocntlnn (groups and' grades, 4th
: guitar I'.ccompanlment. 1 wits given by Father l Klrbyif : through/ 7th They presented REDFEARN'S MKLROSE; : Rt. 21--South of
[WITH DAMN AUTO LOANThe Goodwin exhibited Fla.
President St Willl.im'8 Catholic.Chuxh music nroimil the world; much Keystone Height,
the new vacuum cleaner I of of It was done In two-pnit Phone 175.2111
t' AMllDW'YClJU)(lOCkt.IJOn pledge allegiances i APPLIANCES
COLUMBIACOLOM I: a protect of the Men's Club led by Joseph ]Hcnson, HI..hoolpilnclpul hnrmony. USED CARS A Oeneral Contractor Sp.-

economy of bank auto financing may (for the new sanctuary. I and l the, main (id- The Senior Class. was hon- I liill/.lnic'' In the SMALL.:
The U:lea of the Board of For Free Estimates:
ConvenienceKeystone
Sun. Mon. Tues. i I Hanks Used Cars John fur the
make the over-all cost of buying a car less than Stewards Mrs Roy Bridges ;i i-- Heights17.JJ252 I '" of the IloiiKHiuner.Serving. .

1 fit June 5. 6, 7 I Mrs. Robert F ne'l. Mrs Learn To Swim-Or Swim Better! and
think. Terms Arranged to budget Clay
you your im{; CASH DISCOUNTT )
Mrs.
Thomas; Norwo:>d and : ;)
-with insurance includedin The HallelujahTrail J, Aiszle Williams, entertained : Bradford Counties
necessary premium : rA In beautiful modern E it .M I s
Fellowship \
I' the Youth '
the loan. Come in and get full information! i Group! on Sund lY evening, I : '' M. I,;, 20x10 ft. Pool, in T V Service Center BUY SELL: TKADFRt (tJRSERYACKAfJE

Hurt Lancaster, Lee May 22, ut the Bridges' home. 'fir? I *).C.Carnes Nursery
Lovely SellingALT
Itenick The Men of the Church .J. It. TIIIKS. Proprietor 1 Box HIT
23
Hiw. 100 Flornhome--
STATE BANK ,v
KEYSTONE j each Saturday are busily remodeling .thorl/etl Motorola Phllonl HE of Stark.
Wed. Thurn. June K, 9 I and repairing the Classes Start and Service llwy. 100 8 :Mlles H. !StjirUi Nor.. Stuck Thousands
i
, Member F.D.I.C. Keystone Heights, Fla. i small cottage to be used for Hervlie! On All MakN' of Plan&I: : Fruit

1 I "Your Friendly Bank In Your Friendly HELP! ''Youth Group meetings and '' Wed., June 8thCIIILUUKN'S TV JC.\lIJO STEREO WE HAVE GOOD Traei to chooM from. Nice
activities.
Church Women's
other ItOI"CUt: TV Shade Tress lItverarreens
Community." THE( BEATLES VorK O'larnnteedTV Rental Used Cars!! and Trucks!'! Sr. Landscape PInt! All In

+ I Finishing touches are being ( ,; ; CLASSES (age i and up) Keystone. ....."ht..., 473-4031 1 containers plant any.At .
I in Ileginner.s, !9:3::{W() a.m. Advanced 10:10::!() a.m. Saving, 1'rlres' time. Camellia! azaleas.
sanctuary
put on the new
I ''JIfI time for the dedication ceremony ADULT CLASSES; ",..'11 Get; It .For. You Let! us do you Jft"'aplJlg.

I t ....t at 2 p. m. Sunday, Beginners, 2 p.m.-Advanced, :'I t p.m. tuba Sales!! & Service If We Don't Have It Phone 084-5063/

June 12. 'Three lessons: n week : Tues., \Vcd., Thurs. -" STORE.;
Th Board: of Trustees will Authuil/ed! 'ix-iiler For Vernon Buff Garage -
Call :Mrs.
Fred
Dudd. Qualified Instructor
meet at 7:30: p.> m. Friday, 'Chrysler Plymouth Vallenidlnicu THE BLUE PINES
. .173-4200. for rates, etc. llwy. 100 Keystone. Hilt)U.
HETI June 3 The Board of Slew- ::! _. Intel'nullonal liar Store &
ards will meet at 7:30: p, m j,_ ester Trucks, Scout 4-Whte! 173- 470) Package

on June 13.VacaLlon I Drive COCKTAIL LOUNnEClayton
Bible School wir!
RevelsChryslerPlymouth Open 9 A.M.-12 P. M. Except
he: held June 13-17 15KAUTY; SIIOI'SPRING
I deeply humble Sunday
. CLL'HThe am
FELLOWSHIP Dance Every Saturday Night
1E11 programentertain. r Musin| of Connie and

ment committee Club arranged of the ;!Fellowship an I Y and grateful to you, INC. KEYSTONE The Fireballs

r r "NOHOUY 1TNIIEKSFI.I.SCLAITON : BEAUTY SHOP 4 MILES EAST OK
a
fun-game programon ,
enjoyable
.,J,. Miv 28 In St. Anne's parIsh the citizens of Clay : KfcVKI.S"KCiO ,; : KKVHTOVK H"WU'f't: !'
edith"hnwn.': OwnerPersonal
house, : I) N. Orange LAKE LOTS
The! gular< covered d.sh I Green Cove Springs 281-9811. Lake Geneva JS500 ''Terms)
luncheon will be held at I County & CreutlVBHair Luke Brooklyn $3500 (Terms)
1 Styling
12:30: p. m. on June 9 In the Trailer Lots S30O() up (Terms)
Community Church educational MOTORS MOKTOAdE: BKOKKKAPPKAISAL '
I .
InilUltliml Cure
( Beauty
\ 1 building. The arrangement SKKVICK.:
) Form of Beauty Culture
Every
committee requests that Complete Service & Parts FoiVOLKSWAGEN ASM'M'htM:
for splendid vote nnd in electing",
support
your
their 473-4310
all members provide : Open Tuea.-Sat. 9.5; Mrs. M. Ilgen.
of own tobtti service which Includes me as! your School Hoard Member from I District :'i. "If It's For A Volkswagen Closed Monday Capt R. Lovorn, 473-4 l.J
Many Thanks Voters Clay County and The confidence have placed in me will always
a dessert plate you We Have It" Keystone Height 473-4843 S.E.McKay, RealtorAlways
the utenll for your covered:! serve as an inspiration in fullillintf the duties! of of Good Used KEYSTONE HEIGHTS

S I want to take this means of thanking the voters of Clay County ?lsh. this office and working for the best interests of all VolkswagensP In Stock Phone 473-481A
to report r.rrrn Cnvr Snrlnn ZHI-Sin"! Electrical: Sales & Servic '
We ave! happy Clay County schools.I .
victorious bid for
County
in
for the wonderful support given me my Mrs. John Hlmble Is
that .-,.I'II'AlJHAN1'SKING'S .
Commissioner District No. 2. For those who gave their time and effort, recup"n>tlrm nicely and returned I will be available at all times to discuss with you AUTO SKRVICK:

I am deeply grateful. I to her home on Lake any problems connected with the betterment of Yeoman's Electrical Beidler's HolidayS

\ Geneva last Friday. our schools and I hope= will feel free to call
It is my desire to see each and everyone in the near future and you Restaurant
.4 Mr. end Mrs.! Louis Kyle .
thank them personally. I pledge to work for continued progress in all enjoyed a short visit from i on me at any time I can be of service. ervlce StationUSED Sales I & Service Under New OwnershipFrigldnire

I county government and to cooperate with the people and other public former Syracuse N. Y OIL PAREDES:
SI="JCEHEI.Y.R. Appliances
officials in accomplishing this goal. I friend a short time before C \HT!,; Mavtagr Washers Pine Food Moderately Priced

,4 f they toured Florida with 1.IrI \ BARGAIN PRICES and Motorola TV OPEN 7 DAYS WEEKLY

f Again my thanks. I| Kyle's niece. Mrs. Kyle I II' T. DICK LOVORH Zenith Heaters Full Dinners T-unchc. -
( ) ELECTRIC Slrgler Ala r,,rto-Italian Vnmtt
with "
now able to walk cane.I
f \ ELBERT D. SAUNDERS AND ACKTYLKNEVFI.DINO: ;:' PIZZA PIES
after her long convalesenre P. O. Dot 186 Melro
I I: \ :' BEER:
I from a hip fracture.Mr (Pol.. Adv. paid for by R. T Lovorn I MEUtOHR: 475-2131 I Phone 473-2371 1 Block North of Red Light
end Mrs WillIam* Iff
} (Pd Pol. Adv.) J(1I'Vq'T'O RJI'TnR't'qTHE
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butter. coffee napkins, su- from 'his engineer's Job In and Norma Valldejull. IN rotiiT: <>!" TIIM. corvn Tlivrnn A Yawn, (fmm, ,(,,, ,
'E.yTSj I and Mrs. E. R. Simmons and Community Church Dr IIH 'lI'OIlI' t'OI-O-: or HriulfiiicI( ('ouiil\' \ I I' 1
get and! etc. :
: cream. East lie arrived In JIIM1K.
ONE This Pnklftan. PEACE PIPE V Jane MeMurtry wan honored the M hose School Chorus A. C. Ho t. minister: Mrs V.*. ?"!'Vl>: Uf t'I.O'-' 5.I for Hpimival, I "r Mtilit& I.,,. VI
sounds like a break East Pakistan; in May 1963 by the Rotary Club at I class I Him, unil f..r ,III>DI, "V.iitrllMitiun I
1TE 5 spent Saturday at :Tinslei George Canova. organist I in nHit' "IMI: ,,",,i" "( .
for ,
'kLL Mother. because all she on a two-year contract. their luncheon.She nixl r.irirwl 'ilan .
.
PATTERFrom regular Friday Beach for a day or fun. Sunday School. 9:30: a. m IJltll: < I H"I "' '' ''I"1'1'T I .' exuiititur. ol Ih,. I Iilind '
has to -
do la furnish
one Another letter """ '"
Interesting bank ., M")
was presented a Athlet'o' students of Mel- Worship 11 m T "hulII tmtaniont, (of, Kttu ,i'i
Morning' > I
i tern of food -whatever : .. .. 1 h".by, Blv.ii thiii,
she which our husband George savings book with a depositof ))1:".t l I" .
iluei'ttsed. May i' 1 I"in.l
.
.
rose High School attended aswlmml1" INuraerr both hOU3J.Epi ,. rti.l' i>r
Prom, ... Preceding. Page! enjoys making-for, after all received was written in South about $300. This money '& outing Friday open .111", "?"?'?". .i K.,n I<'hll'!II' Kxe""h"l1'" ,.1'' "' I'.'". JAMBS: E: I'll 5'.

tary" Clab., Tield at Beldler's I that is what she probably America by a fellow Lion. [ Preceding PalfcJ will\ be used by Jane to pay evening at the home of thoOllrle's co..al I.llnnl'stilt. ,.V 'I l"I I!::,II I II( f''V Ii'."'""'I'.. ,Ii''S (-. ELLa Exerulor" 5'. Hurnri'i or, I Hie. il.Thank j K,:"I ,
makes best. Anyone who has : Walter Wilson of Mclrose. expenses of going to school St. Anne's Rev. V. W 'iiM..I (110"VII, '""' .111", IIOII!
Restaurant. Other ofnqtaiwere ,,l.I 0 I 12 H 6/2
guests Virginia Jordan 11,11.1 (
were "
ever attended one of the supers Lion Wilson also sent George rel'ognl7.I"1 at Troy College. Troy Ala. The Senior Beta Club held Worstall, vicar; R. O. Copeland Ill "'III', ,,,1'h.' '
Janle's for their
; parents, outstanding
)> In the hall will testify a tray with butterfly wing She will enter June 13. organist./!
Mr. and ''Mrs. Kyle McMur- guidance of tho class!! and I a swimming party, Sun'ayevening
8S to the quality and quanlty under glass and a Lions em- Summer school for both I Morning Prayer and Set
with beautiful 'I at the name of the
try, and new school board were presented a :
of the food. Bei sure to cornel I blem superimposed on the marble elementary end Junior-senior'I Toml1ns't's.' mon. 2nd and 4th Sunday '
member; Richard Lovorn. I trophy with the
Highlight of the afternoon BIRTHDAY PARTY design. It was made by South: appreciation from the class. high students will begin June I I Rev. and Mrs. J. R. Fink 9:30: a. m. (nursery open I : -i
.. Mrs. Frank Nooney enter- American craftsmen and Is 13. Elementary students< will Holy Eucharist and sermon '
Mr. the In- I
Benson through Friday
was the presentation of a principal spent Monday '
scholarship to Janle. worth tamed at her Brooklyn Lake : an intcrestlnff conversation rodiiced the parents and Htu-. attended the 8 to 0:13: : class at on a business and p'ea.UI' .- 1st and 3rd Sundays' 9:30: A V r You

approximately $290. home on Saturday afternoon. piece. which we dare not use. dents to one another and afterwards Charles E. Bennett school In trip;,;> Rev. Fink attendedthe M. [nursery open]. Churd

TEEING OFF I May. 21 with a birthday Miss; Emma Kate Mansfieldand : Linda Lee Anthony Green Cove Springs. The parents Southern Baptist Convention School 9:30: A. M. "Holy Eu. I

Sixteen: members of the party for her daughter. Nlra. Mrs. Martha Cc'utch'ile'spent reasurer of the class rend a.. will provide transportation in Detroit and Mrs.\ charist. 8 a. m. each Sunday.
I
who was nine years old that Saturday at Daytona letter of thanks to all par. for this group. Junior Evening Prayer. 7:30: P. M
vJ en'8 Oolf Association Fink stopped off in Tenn. for JAMESJOANOS
"' day. The guests enjoyed Beach. ents for their guldllnC'ethrouh Senior high students will catch I a visit with friends. each Sunday. EYe 60:: P. M
met'! at 8:30: Thursday morn- .
swlmmirg: and Prizes the bus at the school at 6:45:
games. 12 of education each Sunday.\
miff for their regular weekly Recently. Mr. and Mrs. Bill /! years < Vacation Bible School at
were won by Margie Young 'and arrive at Clay High In
Baccalaureate services for Daily oft ices of Mornin8and !
; Slmeral! spent the weekend In the Ellam\ Baptist Church Is
pIa,.lIn the 18holecompe-
and Olenda Other guests Green Cove Spring. in time
Rose. '
the Senior Class were held Evening Prayer. 8:00: A
with cousin of scheduled for June 13
Tampa Mrs.
tition. Mrs. Arthur Ketch was a will
Included Cindy and Michael Slmeral' Sunday night. May 29, at the for 7:43: : class. Classes M. and S:00: P. M S S"IF
She and her with Wedne'diynlghs
cousin through 22.
84 low '
winner with an gross Jell. met until 12 noon. The bus I
Joey and Johnny Trlest. Eplsconnl Chur-h The '.cll"""'-' 'i
Louis Franze had not :; Commencement t Service I
Mlfc.'' ton Bushton won low Casey and Danl Chapmanand was given by Father VVorstall will return to the school. The Presbyterian
seen one another for ten on June 22.Recognition .
net .with 77.be Nlru's sisters, Mimi and pastor of the KpmcopaChurch. final day for summer school I Faith Presbyterian! Churcl

$4I .: )9-hoie group Mrs Katherine. and her brothers, years. Louis' father Victor Music was!! providedby classes Is July 22. of oldest members -Rev. J. R Neule Jl, mln
WXep: IVaynes won low net Prang" was visiting hIm at In years of continuous; I SHOULD! LOSE. LET MB STAND) ISY TIIK:
Billy.\ Jim. and Ken. the church choir with Mr. Keystone Junior-senior high I ister; MM. W. A. Wallace. or .
wftIa :39ftOje ;: the time and the two menretul'l1P.d membership in Melrose AS THE WINNERS:' (CO:( HY.To '
"Dol .
HERE X1 THERE Copeland at the organ The Is participating in the ganlst; Mrs. Carl SwIsher ROAD ANI CHEER .
iRihger Tournament, Four Keystone Misses are to Keystone Heights Episcopal Church honored, the lars for.Scholars' program at Methodl Church this Sun- summer organist.

hteh >as'i played from Feb V enjoying! Nassau with their with tIe Slmerali for a vMt graduates after services. A St. Johns River Junior College. :Jny! wens: to J. L. Price Sr. Sunday School 9 W. to n my voters and supporters I am very pr.uid:,

i\tgrough;: May, .ended with graduating class of Bradford During their sty Eeano-! "special reception was held in ,The student council I and Mri John S. Qrlner. Morning WorshIp. Ham of the confidence you placed in me in the i event!

UIt''follo\vlng'-vre&ults: For 18 KII(11 School this wpek. Renee Johnstcn of Swan Lake wa' the parrlsh house where pic started the fund with $10 The I The Florida Annual Con- Sunday [Nursery. open ooU Pemocratic Primary. It was! a real honor to have

hdSt'winners: v Mrs. Arthur Belote, Julie Walker Marian a dinner guest of the Slm- lures' were taken of the 15 other clubs anti claxsos/ contributed feience! !.f, being hell In the hours.I been first in llr.idford County.

Jt t.tP1re.t! Low .Orpas. 70' Beasley and Kay Sunderlan erals. graduates. Refreshments were $2 ':to$5' making a John Branscomb Memoria' Lou and I will always remember the dedicated
un.' ,A Broitas, Second are all members of the 1966 On May 23. MI'. and M'aVistor !served by members of the total of $23''contributed. The I Auditoi him at Florida Southern Betty

: j*:Dross. 78:: Mrs. E. F. Class of BHS. Two other H"l.sano of Gainesville church Including a henutlfu! government matches each dol- College. LnkPland Tuesday ,- rnx KJUI1I fi/tfH lot M* supporters who worked so hard.

*(hkt :f'Irs'Low\ K et, B8: Keystone girls will also nrad- spent their 21st Wedding An two-layer cake decorated with 'ar with nine dollars, so In I through Saturday.: Congratulation" to Sam and ;Alvra Teague. on a

i nivesniy .' words contribute The WSCS Executive Committee ", ay 700 write.' C.,oic In an. honorable campaign and victory.
,l JaJRe* Che8lIn ton. Scc- "ate n 1th the class of '66 this as dinner guests o of congratulations. Refreshments reality, We helped most
lq414lwXet) .-as.' the Simerals.We and decorationswere $250. met at the home of .
,, WhraIn V the 9-hole play Friday take the'evening Nassau' but.tAunt.did The"not ire ,glad to hear tha' carried out In a blue and Groups have t been "on theoad" Mrs. A. Schom-mn' Wed. elect 7001 favorite ESTER Best of luck to you and yours( in the years to come..

rC:1! First Low Grows. 44 "re Joann Thomas and Sylvia Mrs. .Tanic Harrington whr white theme.I The lien 101'''' again. Tho fouith grade nefdav. The MVF went! to s-e JROOK Fountain Pen. TF.LF. JAMES: E. JOANOS.i : .

Mrs.: Harold Sutton; Second Dodd.M. was injured In an auto collision would lIke to convey to the, "njoyed a trip' to Gainesville I I the movie. "The Ten Comma I I'nid h Poiitica. JOrl'el'II"lmo, )

totf.'.01'011II; 45. ''Mrs. Llnds-aj L. Beasley has been In la t week Is doing/ well in members of the Kplscopa'; last Friday. The day began/ n 1m nts" at the P'n7'a In I, GRAPH i 0

.'fI Talker:' First Low Net. 27 Tallflhass-e", and Washington' the Bra: ford County lIos hurch their appreciation for\: with a tour of the fire station I GaineLvll! !( !hot Tne da' I ,

Mrs.:':Joe Wallace; Second D. C. on buMne-s! this week. pltnl. She! hopn.s to be abe: tr he Baccalaureate Service and where the 'fire chief did every, night. The !Sacrament 0' -

L Sw'P 4et:' 28. Mrs. White] Harold Snellen. son of Mr come home soon. the lovely reception. thing to make It a good, lesion Baptism for Adu'ts. was received I

Jfcrtne% and Mrs. Thomas: Crutch- Mrs. Dun Pa tor flew t' There have been many'firsts' and entertainment, too. bv Mr. Mil nil'!; and!

Tn the final match for the field. returned home from Summit. N. J. last Tuesda- at Keystone School 'le. showed, us how the snorklennfoMwT Confirmation: an1 reception I @ONVIL BUSINESS DIRECTORY I

CRrlBtoffers: Trophy. Mr Carson Newman: College\ In to attend the wedding: of he thin yeir. Another Is the "Last anrl would reach to to Kddl" Rothhamnvt. PP' B' I iJ.! !

4Qwir Ketch defeated Mrs Tennessee last Tuesday. After niece. Kathleen Whelan. who Will and Testament" of the great heights to rescue (people l 1=Rothhpnimer Tommy Ever-"

''Rir.Martin, 3 and 2. a wpekenj In Daytona was married to Ray Ful ium Clans of 66. We are IncludIng >r carry vvoBkers\ to put out I on. and Mr. and :Mrs. DaviUanBh -* { ( AID '
&.s it here since it was not fires. The next stop was thFlorlda."State i nr> and Mrs. Pheobe ,, FT
$ 4IMEndy:
'each. he went to work! as a from TPXSS. on Situ-day: I I
:.<'l 'morning Mass Urn written in time to make the Mureum. Kvery- Whet!"el bpe on Pentecos' I For Best In Hearing SeeSONOTONE-
hemist in the laboratory at May 28. Kathleen's mothe-
ANTIQUES THE
annual
at Atr Church InICejstone' publication. one enjoyed the displays orTnttfan r Sunday:; nt the Me'rose' Meth- I
yJtlliaxn's ;t. Regis Paper Co. in Jack- :Mrs. John: Whelan Is Mrs
IST"II.L art Eskimo life bird dist Church. Kongo Pet Shop
V3 Is 7:30. We
hope Sold I
sonville. Harold who will be Pater', sister. Bought -- Appraised
Mrs. Pater returned I
I, Norma Valldejull, do anti, many more thing We ate Rov. and MI's. Piul Wutt1' I _
1)Y) Information
this
now Junicr next fall\ will be a home Monday.We Furniture- -China- Glass Poodle* :\l11ltf''I'-I.I'I'' '
hereby bequeath my position of a picnic1 lunch dt the recrea "uests for several dave OF JACKSONVILLE
tiat .got around to everyone assistant in thehemistry "11''fl's. Silver-Brass-Oil Paintings POODLE ((5ROOKINGSweaters
.
V otI :,med. 'abor.itoi.v were glad to see Mrs. ienlor class president to any tion center. The last stop was Watts' p:1f: -ntRev/ "The Strongest and Smalles Collars, Tags

\ttattqhUon: Book-Worms lab at CarsonNewnan. Bill t'e'v out of the ho. pita lumb fool who thinks he can the T' -r>!(..collL bottling company md Mr?. John F. WlcnkelNech One I'lcce or a House Full Hearing Aid in the World" Pet Supplies

'1 i'AnJ, '(t aaure.Jlunters: and rl'rlil1el'.V\ Wf'Jthe\ oth mndle the Job. I, Carol War- where the children learned of Palm Bay. I Only ('a. Hearing Aid RI.mli Birds- II-II"Mtl'n

iii Qn V OIKiay. afternoon. Ma Anotn Carson Newnantudent. er day She was in and out o' cn, do hereby bequeath 30:. how Pepsi was- made. Mrs !Mr. nnd Mrs. Arlro, flown"arents (na Ward Antique 22 Uet :Monroe Dally & Sun. 10-H P.M.
\ C Jimmy Fox returned the hT-pital/ ; bffore we knev oimds of ugly fat to March'Iaherstroh Charles Newman and Mrs Jacksonville 3S3-1463
3572 St, Johns Ave.
and Ml's
JjMr?. Helen Lawrence atkftl1 Mr. Clyi' Closed Tuesday
V home Saturday. having
!: anytiilnu: about it. Mural who I feel can Ernest Jonnn were rhaperonex
a. Herlong |
remained at school to witnev woik .., hard: dolntj ni- Ind Borne line for it. I. Patty Saturday, May 14, Miss Atieen Jacksonville 387-1379 IOKIIV SHOP!
\ vlsitln In the'iRepent
\
"t't ie Orange Park Ll- : : Section
the graduation exercises 'hlnus! for everyone that what Shaughnessy leave my excellent Baker Mi's. Claire Lutz Call Collect
'frar.V 10mp. W. Jacksonville 78l2mI'IANOSORGA
: Jimmy has three more semesters .ihe needed was a rest. grades to Gary Cooper, Sharon Brown Sharon Bran FIELDSHOBBY
s; Pin for the\ children guests (otTt.s.: E'"- Auto Sales & Service
before graduation.Mrs. Sun:) i > guest of Mrs. : Betty; '
Summer pvn) T'i her IncA
Reading Program IthCssilougtI t was son an- SHOP .
.
Edward P Wright! Chapman: and family of Lak so hard. I t. Linda Anthony betuenth went to the M
his :
ifdre dUcussed> and it Is hop family
l (Joan) anticipating get. Brooklyn was the mother of r n utilrt warning/ to all Kdtiratlon Association Contest WESTSIDEVolkswagen Compete Line of "Mason & H.imlin PIanos
oh\\%\\ be of Interest tc : Mr. inrl Mrs. elstoii, Wynnif
erf.It:\ : '.ing the cast off her foot this I me of her best friends Mrs the remaining girls at Kilt' at Nlravillo. They left schoo' Inc. 3oat & Airplane Builders Sup Hammond Organs.

chljtlten); \, of all ages. veek having endured it foi Incoln Marine of Bradenton: o leave my boy alone! I.. a'bout 1 p.m. on: Friday, am" Hampton wete visitors of olies-..Speclallzlnn:; in Radio Magnavox! Organs
... Summer, the children ri Mr. and Mrs. R M Cns-'n
vtjjis six weeks this Shr Jane ( I leave
Tuesday. r MuMurtry nblUty
Mrs. MOline my !arrived in Nicevllle about 8 Controlled Models "You Get A Good! IJcol At-
was on her AUTHORIZED DEALER
..of,the first. second, third and, broke a bone in her ankl' to Jacksonville- for ;'vMtTliomiis way. : ...>." i55)5.the) .7.'l.yarit,4nsl' : )'p They stayed, .at..tho..Coronado 'ast Wfdnes'ay. Their daugh arid Equipment
a
!;. trades ,will be organ letting out of the car -the ; o Glenn Few. I, Shawn La Motel overlooking the Gulf of tfr. MM.' George Thill pan of !Sole. It.fl X Part,

", J! intoV'Bookworms: ," whi; mme ankle she had broketjefore. I E. CrutchffMd! )ho ii.-ilie.. leave my effervescentleigy Mexico on beautiful Santa Hosu Fast! Pal' tka visited with "Service vM/ Body' i SIt.1' Open F.v..nlntill/ I 9) P.M. F. O. MILLER ?!i-'
( sixth. and seventh lust I leturnrd from Knoxvlllr! them Iildav. Ami.her. rtall h. .
;
( find it was probably /! to !JoUle Hardenbprgh.i ,.. Island In Ft. Walton Bench, ""' ,."
jjradjtrs1, will be *In the Treas-, still! weak. We hope that she Tenn. where he went on Jackie Fox relive my black Tha,; contest 'wm held! at. then : tar Mrs. Ce'-ll\ ll-rrl s.ien Open 8 a.'n. 8 p.m. 602 So. EdRewood "1"/1". / '-
I 1-1iters Reading Club. "lusiness and had the opportunity boots Saturday with them. 5 p.m. Sat. Closed Sunday Jacksonville 388-R6B2
will take better care of heralf to anybody who will 'w alr-conditloned school InNicevllle. ,J'U'k)' HIl>XlllP'
n teriedules. will no doubt be this time. to visit members of claim! them.! I, \Delores Jfurr- Sharon Brown and Mr end Mrs. Joiin' Ci'irk-' 1150 LANK A VIC. SO LI'II -

'Announced In the nest Issui The Tom Dobson family of r his family. He flew up and bee bequeath| my attraction Sharon Brannon participated toured to dastonli N C t t. Phone Jacksonville 381-3411 Men's! & Hov's \Vcn: .

fbIs) paper..HlENErtT drove n new car home. Mr for boys 'to Suzanne Nelson furry their grandson' hark -
Gainesville are now spending/ In the content" for Type I students WSPEARSON'S
; FISH' FRY 'heir summer! weekends at, ind Mrs. J. H. Snellen ofLouisville. t, Hilith: : Dither, would like to I while Jane McCulloiigh homa aol for a visit II It", Parrish Motors Quality Clothe* for Men an

3: Saturday evening. June I. theIr place on Silver Lake. It Ky. were visitors leave my long. long/ hair to was a contestant in the Bookkeeping their dauuhter. Mr. and Mrs Boys Since 1919"

,(tn.r6, wilhbe a benefit Fish\ vould be safe to say that our: at the Crutchfleld home last Terry King I, Jim Thies I area. The group re John Harper. SALES! Saw & Knife

*' ,. aLcity Park at 5 p. m area population doubles on wrek. en! route to Daytona leave/ my basketball ability\ to turned to Keystone Saturday The Eighth OrAcle Class! ; al SKHVICE :"fO. Van He.uson s> Stetson Hat. SALES 4 SERVICEALL

xr Proceed will fa to the Cla,<: summer weekends-not with Beach. Sandy Grayson who may night. No high placements In Melrose High School had a PARTS a McGregor Gold Cup So, TYPES OF SAWS
'
'ol1n&j'Cancer& Crusade Th' JUt reason-and we welcome Mrs. Oene Bishop has re Momedny be as tall ns I am. the context were reported although party ana cookout last Sat Complete Formal Uvur KentaUounq 5027 BroadWay Ave.Jal'k'tOr'lvill. .

,*.1tta\r| | \ I is, sponsored by th, these people who appreciate; turned from Bath. Ohio aft"r T, Laura Buff letve my 'quietways much experience wns urday 'It the horse pasture at 32 Tears As A Dealer .. EV: 4-3181$

',<.Jtejretane. Lions! Club with % nice resort town and mak" attending: the funeral of her to Debbie Dey who really gained. Bill HohPMon's home... Ca"l Always Good Used Cars | men's Shop

J iy J GSSintanct of varlou' 't the bustling place that 1 I' brother., Joe Marsha'l.' Last needs them. I I. Kathy McOlave Herring and Mr.. Jifkson 921 Laura St. Jackson' ill SEWINO; :MACHINES I

ii'' .rr3 organizations. Contrl- ls, \week, Mrs. Marshall] her'' leave' my ability to ore Home-Poom teachers, of'' Phone 358-5654:; : :uofaln: Corner. Duval _

\ h Will be tl a plate. Mrs. Jim Oaboardl and her three sons and her mother. cheat to Jerry .Jnwer. future the two Eluhth O1e rlnssI'! Jacksonville SINGER AUT. ZIGZAG

V.. ] "" RED: DISH SUPPER small daughter! Merle. flew I, Mrs. HPlen Thompson of St: President of our !Student'! Coun. NEWS NOTESFrom es. Games: Included were. I] Automatic Transmission Like New In 4 Dr Cabinet I

>,?<>n 8uHday evening memo 10 Connecticut on Saturday: Pet<"-hurg Beach, were guestsof cil. I. Don Norris leavn my footba1ba\ eba'l, dancing :i IOTOUCVCI.KS Sold New over $300
I
:t, F; dt.'St. William's parish. afternoon( to attend a Golden MI's. Bishop for a few football ability to Kent. Rpone. I and eV 'lwl'e.tlln Thirty Automatic Bal. $72 or $5.00 Per :Mont.

..'wMl .s summer visitors Anniversary of one of Mr*I. days. Mrs. Bishop's niece. I.Bible Pat riiemM Imive" my [ Preceding Page students! end'' eleven charer- Transmissions & HONDA Ideal Sewing Cente

;f Invited to attend a coy Ctaboardi's aunts who has: Mis. Barbara Davis of Wads who to Brendi: Wll1lln on. of Sal' sola. who still cal ones renorted having a won- M () T O R C V C L E 8

t)4.td-d1lt supper In the Hall 1 been a nun for 50 years. worth Ohio: who had:! driven' Senior really Class needs It! We. the Keystone Heights their home Herful time ani! a'l' the BBI--" Motor Exchange All l.lodeL'l-Nothlnll Down ALL MAKESNew
Macliinei
welcome. the new pastor,, 'Mrs. Everett!; Fox and Mrs I from Ohio to Keystone! with ound mind, and of 'fifl, bring/ of were here last weekend. Mrs B-Oue ch'rken.) po nti salad! BIO DADDY WALT Merchants Oreen Stamps and Used :
t, Edward KJrb '. to the Mrs. Bishop after the funeral I body, do hereby and koolald they could I' 848 Cassat Ave.
il' } Oeor'{e Schaeffer were lunch bequeath Ronnie Homeland Lee attended the family dinner P>U. Remanufactured Transmls Open 8 A.M to 7 P.M. 38<>-507*
r'J! tlon. This will be an retu-ned home with the Marshall Sara Baldwin of Stetson Jacksonville
Z eon /guests of Mrs. Ed White- Ernie Williams! to the and was quite excited I i iUnlvers'fv I: slona MotorsBy MondaY-FrIday
for
the entire family head in Gainesville on Thurs and Mrs. Thompson. whole ichool for another nbout the fine vacation trl" of Detnnl I Is home < Quality Craftsman 8 A.M. to 6 P.M "'u irc SERVICE '

uiLihoner* are asked tc day of last week. -GOOD LUCK! year thev recently enjoyed !sailing! \ I for about three ansi a hi"; 2097 W. Beaver: St. Saturday and Wednesday\
>jp! THE RIGHT POINT for th. CO.MMKNCKMKNTAnother ; ;: Palm Beach to the Bahamas Jacksonville 35.VI771Cribbs :;; SfND\Y RAY'S
,{ .,: at home. St. WilA \. to his family and to our tam. way you writ. f>*ome In and "tlrnt" for 'or ten days, return- Mr. and Mi-s./ L. 0. Baldwin: I
4112'f. tar Society; will br thp doss "n-:i bothers: Lloyd and MOTORS & CYCLES TRACK SERVICE
ily indicate that h?! is count- "l'll"I"t favorite. F. TEII. of '(\\6 inn by pl.ine. I'I'arent.
your wan having
gradii.itionon
..sL;, far the J I C/\\IPF.q: 4949 Blandinn
.
supper andurnjsh. I in? the days until May 19H7. Blvd. Srvln< C
RROOK fountain pen. "ILbGRpn. !: campiiM, CommencpmenlWHS Mr. and Mrs.! Cleore! Yonnf Portable Track Press
:.1tl1 I /' { .- the table set when he will be able to come( of Mr. and Mrs. Jk JlnkliTjrun.st j'I Jufknonvllln 771-8241 WeidiiiffI'wd I
held'ednesciiv. Ora-u
June ; City attended the
1 II
((1i ts,.silver/ eUps.bread and I; back tu Height< .. I. (1':>1' the Campers 'r..1n. .
Keystone weekend
I In the .,.'.l..t..V,.,. funeral of the lute Mrs. Jen wa.J Bulldoirrs &
J.l I. 1I'yllln""mm. their SOil :Mi. nrM.... 1\0...". ,., ..J.p ... MUSIC! 'em Rolling"
Organ prelude wan provided me Kersey and were overnight -" Del-Rey C. "We'll Keep

i; c MY SINCERE GRATITUDE by Mrs. Gwen<1olyn Hernnndcz Ruesta' of the Ro'er! Edward JInkins of Jackson ropers 7287 W. Beaver
with the Shasta Trailers Paulus Music Co. '* '
devotional Ferrells. 388-4B21
by Linda ville.Mrs. _- JaPksonvlllP:
:; jiTo The Voters of Clay, Bradford and Union Counties Anthony and 1 Patricia Curn- EiHe Wlclcaren( of Wllmlngtoi. Nancy Hudson' ol Skamper Convertibles Band & string Instruments ..

let Patty OalnesvU'e spent Friday visIttng TROPICAL FISH
ffa Iay Terrell expressed : Del. is expected: Gibson Guitars &: Amplifiers
_
.n; _-. the sentiments of the here nextj'niDek to take hi Mlth her .sister. Mr. and Trade*-Bank 'Inandn"" S School Supplies-Instruction

s, ', P-; : t I',1',.'" graduates with the vocal solo son Derry home by plan Mrs.! C. H, Wesley and nieces 5403 San Juan Ave. b Roberts. Recorders, MERMAIDAQUARIUMS

arT.Vt" 'JiA" "Climb Every Mountain from 'Ul : Medical Cenfr in Teena.! Clyde Linda and > Music Library-Expert .

: ; The rlna prpuldent. Normn OalnO'vltll'! o' Bruce spent! Friday and Sat- Jacksonville 388-9318 Repair Department
I Gerry was one :!
lJ Words can never the do.VI Valldejull, Complete Aquarium SUPPICV
express gave a short
4' meanage. four'Oebrula Tech u day nUht in Gainesville
gree'of! my sincere appreciation for j.: and 1 wns: fohlowed'hv the |iad. a serious I acclden Ltl'tent'who with (thflr aunt and unc'e CHAIN SAWSMiddleburg 41V.. :Mnnrno !St. Imported Fish All SprMoCAIJj I

.. itht vote the wonderful people of Salutato'rlnn, Jane MeMurtry while: returning to schoo'from They attended a softball Chain Jacksonville 355-8417 OR COME PV
"
who chose "The Mon.-Sat. 10 a.m to 8 po!
.., these three counties gave me last t -,,, AmprlcAnHI'hwIlY" the' auto rac?s In Se. same tr. which Aunt Nancy 3310 Reach Bl>'d.
: /! for her title and olay j in: Roan's Dairy I Saw Sales Sunday 2 to 6 p.m.
Tuesday in the Second 'Primary. : Patricia brlnn: l.Ht month. The Wide- won AvailaW''
Fish
We Order
Stnnghno Vulprtlctorlan. Any
,
dreijis nri former residents o. 12.10 c.ver Jones Johnson 110 : f"LITI: Jacksonville 3983091'hITSl'Jnstruments
who talked 043 S. Edxewood Ave.
on Keystone: and Mrs. Widegren Nancy Wesley! plays fortoan's r Money Makin' Chain Sawn
While congratulating my "Happlneaa Our Goal" The Jacksonville 38 -)404!)
oppon-
I V has been n guest of Mr. and Dairy al'o a local slrl. SAIJC.S & "SKKVK'K: :
.j ent upon his victory, at the same I graduation address was /given Mrs. M. J. Haynes :c'urlng: this Mrs. I.averne! Thompson.:: Parts and Repairs All Makei. WESTERN !STORE' 1
by !Mr. Jesse P. .
V time I want to that I Tj'nes, Superintendent MARVIN
nay am most period. Gerry suffered a con- Toro & Yazoo Power Mower KAY'SMusic 1

t grateful to have had the opportunity 1 Schools.! Mr. Ronion of Clay the County Principal cu.'sloi' that. eau'"d double Rt. 21 Mlddleburir 282-S050 Center LITTLE DUDE J

of t-ervlnp in the State Leffixla- V then presented the a- vision itc 1li'i recovering well Western
Store ;
I ture to which my county sent me wards. but will 'Jiavc, to wear an eve" I EU CTIHC :MOTORS wender Cratech t & Vox Guitar

two years ago. My only regret is Awards( and their recipients! patch hnd a back brace for I King. Hatten. and Selmer "Where You'll Find Evei: r

S that the remainder of our new dis- were: Science Pat ShaiighneBsv -I some 1 tI time.? Peavy Brothers Band Instruments thing For the Horse J

trict did not see fit to help them ; Math Norma Valledeliili1. ; .. Baptist Electric Ludwig Sllngerland. Roger Enthusiast"Western I
Social .......-.--.., Co.IftECTRIC Drums Clothing Leathe'' _
Studies.< Jim ,,
send me back in this election. ThleslEnglish. First Baptist Rev. J. D goods. Saddles
Trailer-
/! Linda Anthony; I 3owen. pastor; Ralph Cor"- : MOTORSCo3d.Serv1cedRepaired Rental. & Repirin* on ALL Charles & Sharon and PettySO'
JournallHm.
Norma
Valldclull' ; MELROSEB 'and. organist.! '
: : \ So. Ed wood Ave.
;, Athletics, Jim Thles; Activit. 400 MAIN ST. le
Worship services : Sunday uenera tors-Starters Jacksonville
les J.ine MeMurtry.\ : Junior Jacksonville 353-0935 : 384-1210___
Wom<"n'* Club Scholarship Sally Rothhammer: tl a. m.. 7:30: p. m. fnurserj Alterations
'>uenl. Wednesday 7:30 p. m Armature Rewinding WELL DRILLING

.V My only interest in public office has been and always be to Hen'e.J.1' Shawn. Including Lflmalle; Readers Digest. 6..&... .A4A.&..., Sunday School! } 9:49:. .. m 4044 Lenox Ave. OPTICIAN! ,

/ my.: people and to offer fair and equal representation in an effort to subscription. Pat/ a Shaiighnes-one.year Duplicate Bridge Winners 'nursery open]. Training Un .TscMonvlllo 3R7-252S PARTRIDGE !

.;. provide a better place; in which to- live for you and your children. Perhaps '.v: "I Dare You". book and last we'k were: tied for 1st ion. 6:30: p. m. [nursery open] FLOOR COVERING Well Drilling Co. ;

Home day, again] will be given an opportunity to be of service. certificate Jim Thies and Nor- place-tlrk. Mary Cook. Miss Catholic Bennett-Daly :

I rna Valldejull; Betty Crocker Iva Hillyer! an! Mrs. Jay Opticians Inc. ROCK &: ARTESIAN WELL"
-t' St. Williams-Fr. Edward\ A Looking for ,

( ;;\ '- LOUIS L. HUNTLEY Shau Homemaking hne.sv./! Following award this Pat Livingston.nes. 2HC1' place Mrs.- Ray:Mrs.Star-Phi' Kirby.E. A. Lamm priest organist.In charge. Mrs. I better carpet I Lenses Duplicated and Promptly Accurately Complete Systems Electric Water

A. R Anthony local school Kromex'and Mrs. John: iRRin.vnnv
:. Sunday-Mass, 7:30: a. m. Iiait Only the Finest In Quality
r .
FH%
F board member presented! diplomas Strawn. <.4thi-pl -- Mrs. D. FINANCING
,4IV; : :MEMBER\ HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES> :' to the graduates. Hon A. Allen: and Mrs. J. W. Fos Monday Inquiry Class. 7 ",'- ez-d and Prescription' SvrMce 5860 Hyde Grove Ave.

; ...... ..-. V .... or graduates. were Linda An- ter. p. m. Novena'; and ,Benediction, 34 West Dual St. JacksonvilleCall .
I 7:30: 374: MOGAH. d....,.,.. Jacksonville. 353-1835
A." '< (Pol. Adv. Pn! ] for bv txmls f.. Hnntlcvl'A I thony. Patricia Cuendet Jane: Mr. aul: ;: Mrs. Arlzil. Mr p m. Collect S89-14M ]

JIcMurtry\ \ Pat Stutughnaaay. and! Mrs. Tooth ker. and! Mr InterdcmonlnaUonal: J -
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH


ST.VKKK' FMKII TIU'KMV, ; JUNK 2, !IlIflR


;. '. ..:.... I "' .r: ber. I .setting out in the yard. Har ing !lartrr:: than those of yen- -
.' : ,,.... ,,"r'7F'il'j,, ,.:,." In subsequent years schedule den-off the plants bv Actting: 1 tercay. And so Is the cost of
ce ..... : the mixed fertilizer, for the newly rooted cuttings la tearing them, Bringing/ up ai
\ ; : about a month before the berry cans or in a nursery tow and i child cost three times as.
I MONtf\ LOOK> ) x ) harvest! season. By follow- gradunllv manage them into I| much today: for the average
Bradford Needs Historical Markers ? ing this! fertlllzier schedulJ.you'll Yard s'ii, Ivai condition |, family H.' It did 20 years aK >.
flr-l that the quick vine For .:rt-iltloiml: inlormatloiiiask : i according to ham: onomlst.s'
I WHPT You've )) < growth will furnish :ou with ,, your county nxcnf far: Cir with the Florida'> materI I Extension Service Today.
additional propagation cular 29,1> "Ble-iy: Pro- P
The Florida Historical Society and purposes of erecting a historical m:1I'I: I DONE : : ial. duction in Florl'la 'aveave' family, with an income .
I ie Florida Park Hoard have joinedi ker. 'Ihere are persons still I living, For I le.iiv<< stem cuttings, snip ol about $6,000 annually -
i a new, cooperative program to erect can point out just where it stood, in )) ,:. the canes Into slx-incn pieces (iniimKN:: c< .,'n.v I may spend $24,('00 over :'
t the 18-\eai period! while the
toques at historic sites within the the area between the south shore of and place them uprlMH: In o "
I ." '... T.j'lav child{ )'en ,t' ,i : I ow) child is, gowlll.l:
''I :ate. Hampton Lake and the north bank rooting' medium under:: mist I',

This i is good news for our young of the Santa Fe Uiver. To be the near- of You water.may like to imp: eve TKAVKI, AGENCY. :: (
radford County Historical Society, est to this location the marker shouldbe looting luck by clipping _
on your Nor Full liifnrmitlii' ,n ,,irnl, srrvations S.' S. lian.watlc
:1(1 efforts should be started at once placed on U.S. 301 in the vicinityof : the base of the cuttingin on
) obtain our share of available funds the Santa Fe tire tower and road- a solution of indolebutilc ('IU'I.tSlIU.IS.i'I; : : SHU'S-IIOTFI.H
nder this cooperative program. side park. acid For best results Insert miI AND LARKTTA BURNS HARRIMAN

It will be the responsibility of the Although the Bradford County Historical the cuttings: only about i'j' 'W
lorida Historical Society to determine Society has just been organized Inches 1.1 the rooting me' lum -'Ul ."
ie location and wording of the markS and is limited in funds, we believe thatit and 'not to the bottom of the
bench, tray or flat.
and the Park Board will pay half should proceed at once with the f RacKv After the cuttings;\ have not 1 Laura. St. S'if1-f1:111: : Travel" Inc.
ic cost of furnishing and erecting necessary steps for obtaining a marker rooted condition them before
ie plaques. at least for Fort Harllee. We haveno
Local historical societies and county doubt that funds will be readily

K istorical commissions will be asked forthcoming, if necessary! by public I

>)> recommend suitable sites to the subscription, for such a worthwhile i ,

nl ,ate Society, and will also pay ((01- purpose j WHEREVER YOU TRAVEL .
>>>licit donors) for the other half of Dr. Proctor, who spoke at a meet- uN n I ,
ale ie marker cost. ing of the Historical Society here last

Markers will be erected at the chos- week, pointed out a legislative net that | HOWEVER YOU TRAVEL. .

i- l sites by Park Hoard personnel at permits County Commissions in Flot'I|
o expense to the county. ida to budget up to $1,500 annually i
a In a letter to The Telegraph this for the use of local historical commissions ON VACATION OR BUSINESS .

'eek. Dr. Samuel Proctor, editor of lie urged that this:\ law be taken

'ie Florida Historical I Quarterly, and advantage' of here, pointing out the _
member of the committee charged invaluable service that a historical so- "
''ith the responsibility of approving ciety and/or a historical commissioncan yBOOKMOBILE e USE TRAVELERS CHECKS !

(jtes for historical markers, said "I be in preserving the rich historyof

uggest that you proceed immediately Bradford County.
'ith your plans for the Fort Harllee There is a constant demand by students .t
larker." as well as newcomers, and other ; ...

He also added that : "In the com- persons interested in historical matters Starke Library 180 i ,
stipulated plus days <
pe-
Y Mation, Florida Forts Established for written history of this area I -Edith C. Bloomer ,

'nor to 1860, that was made by H. -its origin, development, and natural Summer Schedule Bookmobile Librarian ilodThe t e\v law also \benefits! "'. '
Chaffer of the Florida State :Mu- attractions. But very little informa. those servicemen who remainon i ffi ffivF'-, \tf<* -' I
mum, there was I also a fort on the tion along this line i is availableandeven schedule Following' for Is the.the Santa.summer Fe Services Held active duty after, completIng >4/r
orth bank of the Santa Fe (liver that is scattered and unorganized. I Regional 1 Library Bookmobile: at least two-years of serI I t
ear Brooker. It was known as Fort There are still plenty of "old-tim- For Mrs. Kruse vice. They may obtain VA ,
2nd end 4th Mondays-
p ..nta Fe Tolosa( and was noted on ers" with vast stores of knowledge Lawtev: Minnie Hampton's, i Elsie Marie JCiuse. foimerly In guaranteed tile Aimed loans Forces.while still For i',

a. he Arredonda :Map." about the county, gleaned from their II :30 to 12:05; Strawberry of Starke died on )May :23 further information on this, =
This is our first knowledge of Fort personal experiences, but few have Wharf, 12:10: to 12:40.: June after H prolonged ,Illness. She It is suggested that potentially (-
I, imta Fe Tolosa. but we have noted, taken the trouble to record that infor- 13. :27 July 11, 25; and Au was born on July 28. 1901 in ell.lbveterans. \ >r In-scr- .. 'Y..'.., ..
n other early maps, two other Indian mation for posterity. That is a job gust 8, 22.:. Newport, Ky and she and:! vice personnel see th local ,
f; Var forts in this immediate area that\ can best be done by an active 2nd and 4th Fridays her husband operated the Veteran County Service Of-
Ii sort ,Crabhe on the east bank of Newtlr historical society. But to do the job, Brooker: Across from Green's \ Clover Farm Stole In Starke ficer, or write M T Dlxon: at
Stole. 9:15: to 10:11a: m from I lJ6:) to 1938.Suivhlnii P. O. Box 1437, St Peters-
will need the of due
r. and Fort Van Cortlandt, justGuth :\ we backing >l-pay-
dleet I Graham: Mrs Lefevers, 10:30: ,nre her' 1iu band, burg, Fin Whenever you travel protect-your funds:
II of King-Oey Lake. ing members, and also supportby the
I to ll:15r: a, m Hampton: George Clifford; Kruse. and: I II safe always-welcome
n Fort Harllee I is the' best known of County Commission with funds allo- School, 11:30: to 12 noon, three daughters Mrs. Brtty I IZlmmPI'mA.n. I I and yourself by using ,
I f fI hese early forts l, however, and its lo- cated to a historical commission. StarkeOilffls Loop (Rev \ Mrs Doris Travelers Checks..available hereat
ation can be easily established for Lee's Roadl), 12:45: to .1:15'1: |I Rlchar.d, "n, and Mrs Helen Let's 'Go''; our bank at minimum cost!
[i StArke Library 1 :30., June 10, Chase, end one son, Albert .
I. 241; JUlv 8. 2%; Auuust 12. 26. ''OeovRe Krusp. /. ,
I I.I "A Forgotten Word The Bookmobile wl'l be off I Services were hold at St. I', I II.
r r i the road from August 29 Thomas Catholic Church in ,, Gardening : FLORIDABAHK
i 'through''I .Sept 9 for regular] \ Miami, with late' ment In the'I l
This i is the season for commence- built on unrestrained: individualism, cleaning! : sad s"I'vlclnVe Miami -Plomorlal' Oometely By Hervpy'Sharpe, Editor I .
nent addresses, and educators, minis- repulsive dress and speech, outright regret! tlrtt we wee' nimble to Florida. Afrlmltiiral Ex- I '
era, and business leaders all over the obscenity, disdain, for moral und spiritual t- make our. runs the last weekIn High School | tennlon Service I AT_STARKE
and are laying stress on putting values, and disrespect for law and Mav because of motortroubia Diploma Testing I
I'lease turn In i
nnv !
horal, spiritual, and ethical values order." I bon'tS'! At. the Book Drop in : Starts June 13 BLACKBERRIESBlackberiles One of 30 Banks of the Florida National Group
Into the hearts of students, as well as: This is not true of the majority of your community or to the i are, 'like ,bableboth"grow ,

'book learning" into their heads. students, :Mr. Hoover says, but the Stat:? IIlRh School) Equl- better with proper Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
One of these !speakers Dr.) E, T. minority he describes i is extremely vo- vale-iv Diploma testing andre training1 and caie.
fork of the University of Florida de- cal and has a gift for making head- once again In evidence! at our I' -testirg Is scheduled for tM Without attention both are .
llored what he called "the philosophyif lines. This presents to other people and I j place, zooming about from week of June 13, accordingto subject: to growing wild. -
individual unrestraint" found on nations a distorted view of the Amer- bloom to bloom like a giant I Adult Education Director Keeping little 'ones from
"darning needle" We think It running; wild Is a domestic ForthatWONDERFUL
L H. Gibson All applicationsmust
"The and the American attitude
some college : today. ican character -
campuses Is the same one which we reI I < be submltt on or before problem{ but keeping benles
levelopment of high ideals, adherence Our Communist' enemies are susltated a few years ago 4 <}. m. June 6 at the domesticated is a gardener's
.o strong codes or morality honesty, making the most of this-and intendto when !It Rot knocked out Adult Education Office, problem. FEELING
nd fair play, respect for one's fellow make even more. asalnit our picture window, Applicants must be At least It's okay; to tie bny vinesto
nan along with strict adherence to The failure for the moat part lies and we wish we had banded: 20 yarn of age reVdents' of staked to keep them In

;he Golden Rule""in my opinion, these in the home, where old virtues are It at 'thUt .time.. I Florida, and shall have a satisfactory line; but you'll be In trouble year 'round...
ire some of the qualities of character !sometimes disregarded and discipline knowledge of Amer- if you flY the same method
And ..peaking of birds: we ican HI tory and Oovernment with the small fry.
word It. lies : -
often
n an individual which transcend all i i.s too a forgotten and
trouble
where Ohio farmers and So, stay: out of
nte ther factors l," Dr. York told a grad- ton, in the colleges where, in many Instances others see in that section, are I I Ice CtvirslThe! complete! I test battery out of wild, briar patches by

i jating class at St. Johns l Rifer Junior there has l been a declining asking the federal government requires! a total of 10 hours growing/ a few trplllscs of w: -
:college; :stress on those principles which are for 5t t million to deplete the I Tests may bu taken In the blackberries developed by the f
K The !same thing was:' :said' recently, the rocks on which American freedom, icd-wln bird population. The I aftei noons! : from 1:30: to 3:30: University of Florida Agricultural -
;in another way, by .1. Edgar. Hoover, strength'( and responsibility tire built. farmers claim that the bird I 1 I p m. and from 7:15: to 9:15: Experiment; Stations
!: iirector of the FBI who declared : This country and all its citizens love corn on the cob and that ,I p, m in the evenings. Monday They are Floidagrand and
,1 "The American college$ !student 1 is be- need to remember that liberty and they eat $15 ml'llon' of the I i'I. thmush Ft'lrtl.v11 tnit- ''Oklawaha.1 Planting: stocks t .a
crop each" year. The birds are Inn musr be completed by are ,avnliable from local nurserymen. -
ing subjected to a bewildering and justice,; are not possible' without lawan(1 I
protected by law but can be .
Friday of the testing
frvenliigf{
dangerous conspiracy perhaps unlike order. If commencement speakers' killed legally'! if caught t in the | weal!:. : Their \terries which are oblong ,
any social challenge ever before enCountered can get this message across! they will act of c'rbtroylng a crop. 1 ,Passina the OED test tI and shiny, contain a ."
IrC by our youth. On many college have served our graduates well I i automatic-ally lnsu"es the RPI tart red,, juice and are softer 44k:
i campuses he faces a turbulence I Bird li\ers claim the redwings I pllcar.t admission! to mos!, inI than sfiawberrles' The fruit
( cat snout beetles and II I I tltution of higher' learning cooks up into mouth-watering
I leafhooui! but farmers say 'such a. colleges and unl-'er- jellies, preserves and l pies, but % > *
Farmer's In talking to Johns, and on they eat more corn than Insects i l attics throughout the nation, may txj too tart for the timid / /
Diary I lemarkina on the fine new ad- I The farmers In this' 'Gibson 'Bid palate U ,eaten fresh without. ''SfwSeferfJI4liti1i'- -
By Sam :McGarveyAnd mlnisfation build Inn.\ he said area ran testify to the damage : All state fees mint be paid; sti ar. However, the acid 1 J.;
,
1 he was quite proud of the I done by birds as It hap- In acvance.: he added tharpnraj Isn't a serious drawback -/
a tooacco farmer reports new ei'f.t-e; but said he wished pens e"ei y season We will "
r that flooding wiped out a that oaks Instead of palm remember: the times when Vets Eligible The Flordagrand fruit ripens. KMSlto4
patch; of "the prettiest" tobacco ; trees hlJd< been planted there. the croVvs dug up cur corn, about a month before local ..
I, you ever saw." "I've r.l-vays disliked palm the larks: got the garden pees For Home Loans wild 'blackberries, and ahead: .
I. ,,1, trees," h<: said. "They look and then the robins raidedour Under New Bill of other domestic varieties
The usual! order U that inmates i like nothing In the world but berry patch for dessert, I : such-5T Regal New, Advance
broomsticks with mops at the or 'Brazos."
from the tban
I tiv to escape Veterans with more ,
Qbl state prison but laat week we I tops." At the present time: we like I, 180 days of active military At the Central Florida Experiment -
heard about a varmint that I I observe and study the birds, I duty, charged from lh9$ Station 11 tino-year-\ 'I
I was tiy'im' to dig: his way into Alice has waited impatiently and.:! encourage them to stay : service since Jan.. 31. '1955, old Flordanrand plants produced -
I II the compound. S, K Johns, for her mimosa to bloom, around our place, but now, we have at least until Match 3, I 69 pints of benles
5 The heavy rains wo've been the offii-sr: at the main gate, and fln \::y this spring she has are no longer farming, But I' 1973 tc get a OI home or i-urlng the picking season.! 1 1I W.t.. ::'
having have resulted in the said thr.t when he leportei: been rewarded. It is locatedin as we said; we still remember farm loan under the New OI I Summer Is a good time tat! .
loss of ct least two plantings. to work one morning. he saw a shady spot, next to a big when they drove us rear cra- I Initiate a blackberry project. Flntnelcss t.lvflric Hcn.'sc.tJ'lc: air conditioning
Doug Jones of the Lawtey a mound of freshly-'.ulI earthat clump of myrtles, and we'd:! zy, and we'd say it's hard to Bill.The r.ew law, bringing! to If the local nurseryman can't I
,I. of I' the gate When tha critter just about decld"d It would: be a nature lover when your I of the Korean furnish you with a start of
said he lost veteran
rea a crop ( post A million FloriJiaiw aw pnjn>ing) year'round Famelewelectricity! ( eliminates fumed, smoke' .
duout., it proved to bean never bloom for that reason' pocketbook is being pecked full Flordagrand or Oklawaha: I
) OI loan
Hay strawberries when heavy was ; period privileges
I' He comfort because it is the safest, cleanest, Boot and odor!
of holes aKent t
rains and fog combined to armadllla, and it later heretofi ) available only to contact your county
tot all the fruit on hU! plants, wound up in a cooking kettle. 1 We car also report that I : veterans of Vfotll War II and will be able to locate a sourceof cheapest way to cool and heat their homes. It costs !tio little that the heating feature i In .
!nclu.11ry, the green benles :I I Hebe, our hummingbird, Is The political battles are | the Korean Conflict, carriesits the thorny vine. Gives you constantly freshened, filtered] air practically a free bonuu. Yes, it's cheaper to
i over with, for the time being, own' minJtiuinv; deadline often For best berries, avoid sites go ALL-electric
I ...in a quieter, more healthful I home t!
but weJGn't forget in a hur- years after the actual I where water collects or where than to use "SIItCII96-COSTOfUWG 111 I m I
!, THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH ry the< close county commission I signing o{ tbe bill, which, was the hardpan keeps; water near One compact unit naves space and the extra combination with -awn Eucinu .

ESTABLISHED 1879 I rac- In which Mrs. Jessie i I March 3 1966 the surface.To cost of separate cooling and heating systems, flame-type fuel ......<.<..*w....wwn.aww.tw' t
r 'Chaitaln edged out Maurice A maximum eligibility date Insure, rapid growth apply .
C. L. MATTHIW EDITOR AND PUCLKHKI i, Edwards! Jr. by the slim mar- of 20rpars after discharge a quarter of a pound:! of See your electric air-conditioning contractor or appliance dealer today: :
i ji, gin of only 13 votes out of a I from the qualifying/ active I 8-8-8 f INPKl I fertilizer: around
CON- I II I total of more than 4,000. BerUee'JVKlstr rrthe law Vet- each plant two' weeks after
I FLORIDA' OLDEST WIIKLY NIW*AP IE" PUBLISHED >
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TINUOUU.V UNDER TMI SAME MACTHCAOPUBLICMCD I I erans discharged 1 because of 'I planting.. !
It showed the Importanceof service connected I disabilitieswill Be .Uip to keep the fertilizer -
EACH THURSDAY AND ENTMCO Ai SeCOND CLASS MATTER AT TM. I every vote, for while the have the maximum 20 12 Inches from the: plant to
4 POST Orricc. AT STAMKK. "FLA UNDC A at Or. MARCH I. .7a. margin was 13 actually if I years entitlement The vet- prevent burning of the tender t
""" seven who had voted for Mrs l eran. m.iut hold a c'lscharge' root If leaching rains fall i
IN THE TRADE AREA ONE) YEAR 13.5O SIX( MONTHS f2.00 I Chastain had votes for Ed- i I I other than dishonoiable, If re feed each plant with a coupe :
OUTSIDE TRADE AJIEA ONB YEAR }4.0O . SIX :MONTHS 13.29 warli. Hi latter would have leased bdriiuse of It serviceconnected of ounces t of nitrogen! FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY
I won by .-t single ballot i', disability, the service er at elcht-week! fertlllZ-1 HI! pINa BUILD FLORIDA :.
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I Ted Curtis of Stewart. MIM.I" flail 11 ii .rV.I, I" IOn I hii, '"k.' run t 'IM''IK sum' I in, I 11\I ,iHiipl.iiiilTin .. I'll I I,' "'i 11111.I i .mi. .IIII"Io"M,,, miVIIIH I ,. I Hi,u st M l".I.."l.i\ i M.""HiIlllll. ,. I "t'' l 1'/1/ ,\ IIf'.I'oI' :! A DAItHY
visiting: the P. H. Lott'a It I lav'IM.I I h.- i liii I':n.I' "I.I IIII r.\\. l> :iiiilh: I:' I vlih;, Hi-, \S ; '0), )11of :\ I ,' nil I., .. shiill) I I.-. plilillMhi V "I'T IHMIIIIIIII., Ill.,. ,!!... Ill' ) .. 1 I'MII. ;.,, Mill, I ll, u I' th.it h> 'Iii' ,-\\,1., l ..r (''In nil j "'''"r'' ..f131iilI.Ii
and |I'IM| <"Ir\ ,,"I'.i I Iie. I" \\ MI, 1,01,1), )- ,. .
HAMPTON I""n'lllr' .r) th' 'IMIII .r II Wllt'k II II"r .
\\'II ltll II till fllll.1' tlon ni' CIMIIIU I Flurlilusi
IK 4IIIIIHI I I llii> |"irui'il\| iiiul I III I 1,1 l''' I !'MillIitiiid ) "
I and he will be accompaniedhome May.mi'. W. DavlH, ilary if hi.' rll&"hl "I' WIlY ....rtatp Mtiiic'itimtl .
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:Jftn ltHianitflof ,
I'lutlvii u-m'ltn ,
u I 111 I tinBradford" In
tiiLiiii'tf' which I It wat lIINL'NsUlare I'M/I 'lI.y l, "t :'oIIlY. &/i r. ii : /2U
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PlHlnllffn, $ \n1\4 2.11 tIli-ul.-
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by hIs wife and children. tim! faft I to a I" 11111": \ County' TvlHitraph.', IIH. ,'follow:
By 1\r8. Mary '''ani.' ......* Mrs. June Haddock was a -VBllutir.- ....MprtaI ... \ I.nst.'rly, .ulnnjr' HKhlWt of I thcnr.. l Sitat<,,'ly iiii ll I ci tiinrt, of I HONK,: AM) OKIM'illKl'. 1J HIKmrkf CurtlIIvaL.' N... 42. -I.
.r..cl..r. OlsUim'i'
lit iHtuiidni'y A ,
21111) ) fi'i'tt "nmii'' "r |"IMH, in the Kriidford" ,tiiiy. ', Vlorlilu -
host to a covered dish lunch- I I ." I I.IU> Marl In I Hit UM 1 i I" )tmlnl ">f livfflnnlntf point, '. l.pel lnnlnNTi. "IU' uf I"...u..II.'", |'MI4.1
thin L'll) |'i'
) day of May\ : 80.I
...................&. eon In honor of Mrs. Margaret and 'll* wire .Kriiin... thv point. oflivirlnnlnir _. .
lies 1 been' filed itwuil/ list you anti 1 IIARI.JoJI4.III'IUIY.:: 'os'rlpt" ion of I 1'iopfitv" I Nol
The home demonstration Jones who will be leaving after -!rtihel'- Dixon Mtvi'tln." .. I Oiim;\/. clpwrlbmlon'n.nt He tin-1) I I Dixnn Martin UM tlclViicl- I I I I'lvrk of the Pin. uII. )1,1'onrtr l l 1883 Tier nt N\\' ('IIr. of H\V4' DeWitt C. Jones. Funeral 1 Home
school Is out to join her n..t..n.Io'"I"' .,* In H Norilii'itHtorlydlr'Mi lint l hy John' It I II\IH Ic unit meeting will be held at the \onK nf "I| IT '!1'01 |I. n Hlonir thf WMHItiniiitiliiry \\ lftM: living \\I. luivln IIH 1 pliilntlffH. I Ida > for Poll." I H 75', H 'toilV) 7.: '.
!961-2600)
husband in PHONE
City Hall on June 8 at 9:3'0all : Zephyrhilla. Those "'OIU"10".1lUIt'I'I.. \ ...: of tinrltfhi, .I of WilY I and ynti u-rt 1' "lIlr'd toMHIP llv ItfiilHti M. '.Mft.iclyHoimty N IO.T to, POll "N"... SB T-S-M;; It- STAKKE ,.
uf ituul Stnt.UiHUl I .00: it ii liHiHiict -
ladles are invited to attend present were Mrs. Jones. Mrs. To. ll...IIr). I 1.11.|) MArlln.i hoH.. i.C 200 r...'t niori'' <>r I IOHHId \ H "*h1113V| nf yniir. itnswt'r. irl I I'l'flc 22-M.
and please bring-a Ralph Younger of Jacksonville roslilfiitM'. ..' I IH iinknnMrn.You. I tl I', lntTHO4-tlc' tlr the* l lIt.ail I thu .tn'lllltllll' I on (I$ 'HAI oi' TIIIO) ': Name In which, .iwcc'iHvd Mldatntc 1- KEYSTONE 1IEIGflTS-I1IONE: ( 473-3176
pin, In tiff it* lilt.. heron" AYawn "I'liU't'iT( ,roniT' ) "
rnty. .
sand-I Lila Edith Ken- Hcmii'M, I lm>
and Dyal Henry lllv' :Murtln. ur.li Hitiithilv' tioiiiKlatv" *>f I the '
wich there will be .
a 49 4t 11:1:
Jr. I 12 Hmitli Walnut I _
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nan. Florence Ollverla Dot ",rfliv I.,,''lfl..tI that), .1 rn iiinptiilulto "' % Hull. t "f \\ a\' of i i. tmnly All of' MIIId. property liolnit' In
ing on the hall afterward. I Bates and Janita Jo Anne Tot.uV|><.I Iiirti. ,. II i.i.,Haiti. ill'UIUIKfm ,' ," '"! Jt l 1.1 I i '.i ml,I. utiil Still i I' Hi,mil )Htrnot.. "I'lhtin'III'k- in,IV'I/fIl",1'./ I'I'Mnriila,, I LI ihItV, .1 121)111Ilnhl if)!III, '0"1f'I M: "I1l'r,...//\l'10V thf {',"nly of nrnd/ord, StIlt Rental I Services i
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Smith < th. follnMlnK ili H, lo,id i '111> _II'i I tin. t In )in) Hicks and Laurie Mrs. Jones .. .,, ,, tinffi'"V.- nf \th.\ c'li-rk, of t tfit II. roil 'rIMI'I: : > ,,
pr"I"r" ultnat' I I..". I :i ...II I i .1! I I. V in tith' 'rlli'iiindrtry' I'II"'M"" MII..h. rtltl.t< nf, "iHhull i-
,, BEDS WHEEL
and girls were visiting in ,,, 'cult < < U'I' t mi nt Itftiirt" I h.' ... I HOSPITAL CHAIRS
I was presented a gift. .'..lInl) I 1"-%. TIl'IIflh.n <.1 i I tin V ii I iiMiiid' "<>%iiiilKi'iid KVII ii I w. r. '" 'tItIV.ill.n, I hi,.. ,rtMl, i "IIllhl I in -
Croon City and Perry last Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Wat- ,,, ,,, Vt'"' II" \\ tIl.I ,', (1 "i I '" lItll".t, I 2 III flr.'It'\ uf July, IlHKi'; If, ynrl ... :virrii'i: 1,: 1 is IIKIIIIIIY I r :, ORNtliut : :, ,.,",..lit lIlt: tn law I tin- ""r"'rllp".1 | \
,, "I'" Jo "". Jiiildrint' '' t l 11>\ <1In CRUTCHES
week. I of t I. NK", i ', -'V\" i i> mt' "Hi 11 I >4 Smith I ,, .Mr It I. IIHI: -i 'he I"hl..r| !! In, HIII,'h ,'rllfl! nli, K
terson joined Mrs. Dorothy nit 1\ III IM 'iitHi'n .or, 01..1) I "uhI ,
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14.\\t'l.n '. T ,, ,ii, VII, -i >r ''h i..ii.uinM iitiriiiiifHImu '' will I I", ",,1,1, ,to I thf IllUllfl. '. I 10101 l l
The 6th grade visited the Falling on a visit to Davtonn rili.,1. .(,.101 l ) ,V, ,r. 'it.u for ii .
Starke School last Wednesday. I I Beach with Mr. and Mrs. Don -
They will be attending the 7th I McMahone. Marty returnedfor
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grade there' next year. I a weeks visit with hit. i
Saxon. Mike ; <:,,-.... '" ;' .,. < .,. I
Billy grahdparents. r < V'i- ,
Peoples y.
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and Eddie Hawkins returned Mr and Mr.., Gerald Adkins V
Sautrday night from a visitIn were. visiting in Ocala on a* !
Sunflower ,\la. with the Thursday and Jacksonville on
Carl Beck's. 'I Friday of last week. f Play Ever J
Winniogesf Game
Audrey Turner of Gainesville I Mra. John Parkers daughter. 1 : !
visited the M. L.. Wat- Mrs. Jeanette Phillips of
I Alden N. Y. and Mrs. Phillips 7
I sister-in-law. Mrs. Helen Newman A
qf Darien Center N. Y.
STARKEBUSINESS I visited Mr. and Mrs. John
Parker last week. While here
the Parkers carried them sight
seeing 'to Daytona Bench St.
_ I Augu&tlne and, Silver Springs. t ja
They also visited :Mr. and :Mrs(

DIRECTORYAUTO Albert Morris and Tina in >

Gainesville. On return trip
they were going to Pensncola SUPERMARKETS
and Ft. Campbell. Ky. to visit J S V.
REPAIRS Mrs. Parker's grandsons. _

Those from Hampton that :

EaiTa will be graduating on Friday :
Garage night are Miss Donna Rhoilen,
ALL KINDS OK Miss Lorraine Sparkman. Miss

AUTO REPAIR WORK Melanie Koby. Larry Young- .lit.... tl:
All Work Guaranteed blood and Tommy Johnson. !

Phone 969-296-1 Mr. and Mrs. George Williams -

So. Walnut. Stark Howell Williams and
Charley Baker were visitingthe
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L, A. Wiggins in Jacksonville -
AUTO SERVICE on Sunday. PLAY IT LIKE BINGO "


Gilbert S.: Brown Rt'MMAGE: SALE I, t

A Rummage Sale is set
Standard OU Service! Station Saturday June 4, at 8 a.m.i .
ATLAS i nthe Old Fish :Market on

TIRE* ft BATTERIES Brownlee St. by the Senior, UP
udgot Termi Road Service Girl Scout Troop of Starke. : i
Phone IW4-7071 Proceeds will be .ised to : 1

.OT N. Temple Stark for help the finance girls., n camping trip U

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HURST'S I TIlE RIGHT POINT for the! ,
way you write. Come In and
SHELL! -r select your favorite F.STElt- '...

Service Station BROOK fountain pen. TELE-:

Gas Oils\ Lubrjoation OKAPII.t .

Goodyear Tires & Batteries I S t
ROAD SERVICE TIIK: ('IIU'II'r (ViI Hr oriiK. *' I 3
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We're having a party and everybody's invited! Just! pick up your free SURPRIZE


The State of floridaIt of 0 PARTY game book and start winning todayl! it's as simple as Bingo the ';

la Our Desire To Make You Feel Welcome and :; Q 00 rules on the back of your book show you how easily you can win so many ,):

To Acquaint You With Your City. / \ different ways I

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If you are new In the area a phone ( :: Each time ti
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caD ,will brine you A prompt .visit % U \154 patch to reveal the picture of a Food Fair brand product. Locate these products ft,

from..your local hostess.. Please give _ in your SURPRIZE PARTY game book where you mark them, with an "X." .


,her a call! She has maps and many v,, You win a cash surprize up to $1,000 when you fill a straight line of 5 products ;;...

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,t '5 START YOU ON YOUR WINNING WAY! CUT OUT mE.= !;

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CAKE MIXES, LIQ. DETERGENT--?!! ..........29 c: ''ff "

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kD!!} JUICE DRINK 4/l \ I c: :
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gD4Hly WAND .m REG 33C FYNE-SOFT ASST COLORS :


COOKINGiur PAPER NAPKINS......-. .=!.....29c ,. j

SAVE UP IIIIIIK' .I l .) SAVE UP TO 62C FYNE-SOFT 2-PIY ASS'? COLORS lUSCIOUS'' RED IIPEWATERMELONS

OIL 20C COFFEE CREAMER FACIAL I TISSUE I 6/l

dos JAR : Hoc, JAR ...u.......-... ..COUNT. ......... .' ,
360z 29t \ 59C SAVE UP TO 16C FYNE-SOFT ASS1 COLORSBATH j- "
59TO COMP. 49C ; COMPo 79C EACH.. jBft .
.YIE c: TISSUE I 4Sl39e ( ;, .
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COMPARULE NATIONAL
BlAND .m ,"IfIr! SAVE UP TO 6C FOOD FAIR PEACH, APRICOT OR PINEAPPLE FRESH FIRM RIPE fRESH GREEN / '

: III;:,"+, :t PRESERVES 25 TOMATOES.....231 CA..AGE.U, /'

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MAYONSAVE UP TO 20e.< FOOD FAIR CREAMY SMOOTHBUTTER CARROTS 2 Pkgs. 29a'Dias :
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; NAISE PEAfifUT ...........180........JAR........45 ._______.____-- -- ,.3' :
I' SAVE UP. TO 20C I=6II -....... I;" :&EI 1 :.
BEAUTY AIDS i .....".'-.L -
I I 1 HEALTH & : .-I : : .IIIN : 1
raI IxrN4 '--. y" R rRll IxTNA E22ot
"... : 4 wr g n-L/). '..n ,. foods ,: MERCHANTS..... CJRIEN STAMPS..... : : MERCHANTS.Ll.x.r., GREEN STAMPS xlar. ; ;: .'
4ft ,t.DO JAR C "4VII C,t ..............*....i x 9***cV t;.**......f.*.......#............. : X:*& LADY.-FAIR :?: JtSjif "'. POLIOIKT I :
To IZO:! u. KINO/ size 22E1 :
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ARRID I ELSEWHERE :!.:: .d (jl.llly RING TABLETS .
.-._ _..'ANGEL". FOOO' ,._ : ...__.._>...I ."V,.4W.N r *>_-'.u-_: **!:.
:::OAUBL9ENATIONAl -- i' tt'ti:;: :1:; JJ :: I 4t :
SPRAY FYNE-TEX white I or blueDETERGENT ORANGE l JUICE ______u_.__ ,.-------.-.-- .
59 ; ........ I
DEODORANT. C : .. : .I": : : :
; : FROM THE REAL FLORIDA"THING 6oz! j ...... IxrR.. "ooi-i_""_" j j ...... ....... j '
FOOD FAIR REGUlAR OR RITZ 13:' CALORIE <. SAVE UP TO 37< 6 $1 : MERCHANTS GREEN!!.STAMPS MmHANTJCMEI!STAMrS
SAVE UP TO 34t ""-
CANS
CANNED DRINKS....120E......CANS........15 FOR $J ,t ,. NATIONAL COMPARABLE.. IRAN.. '': $B" ANr EINDRROPWEESTR'f DICTIONARY iccriaw 47.:. :" $B" ASIOSOLIOACN ANT 80MI." I: '
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SAVE UP TO 164 FOOD FAIR(In hiavy syrup) PKC C DRENCH. FRIES, BRUSSELS SPROUTS, ; ;
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FRUIT COCKTAIL[ .....]160, !.CANS. ...4 fOR $1 .CAULIFLOWER_ or BROCCOLI SPEARS : ..... ....... G.... ;..... : : ..... ....... .. : :

SAVE UP TO 40t FOOD FAIR WHOLE 1 BUND.n SAVE UP TO Oft PKGS : MERCHANTS. GREEN'STAMPS......... .: : MERCHANTS l. GREEN.MHM .STAMPS MIMMMM : :.
!I J ON COMPARABLE 5 $1 1;: : L :
: ctO:: i L rust : : ctO:: .L FLAVOMfttrf'l
SWEET POTATOES.CANS.......4 FOR $1 .. .. AYE'IM NATIONAL., UPI BRANDS. FOR ':, 1.10 PLIIiCHMAMrtOLEO :. .: *.." CA BREAKFAST MAtlOM 'IMITANf_ ;: :
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V(11EIGIlTEIN UK.\mOKII COUNTY la-KUKAPH.': ; !HTAKKK.' FLORIDA THURSDAY. JUNE 1,. 1966.I .


I dents also occurred lurln the
I share I the cmlihmint( activities Saturday Most weekend. I AHSKMIILY:: OK liODIllU'AY BROOKER BAPTIST ply pastor. Jion. paator. .V _
I (1I.PICLWeldon : Sunday School 10 a. m BOATDKAJN BAPTiST V

I NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED | oliered.tIII1IlCul" tws.: I Dangerous Day The the most dangerous accordingto hourson I St. and Ralford Morning Worship, 11 a. m Sunday Schcol 10 a. m TINE LEVEL BAPTIST .

highways I Road Sunday School, 10 a.m.I Training Union 6:30: p. m Sunday School 10 a. m.
11
AME Church Morning Worship a. m
CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY Mt. PlMiah" : For Motorists Travolais\ ale those between Morning Worship 11 a. m,
11
m. 7:30.
Morning Worship a. Evening Worship. : Prayer -
Rev Killings: IastrV: i Sun nv 5 and 8 pm DurIng! that I Training Union 7.00: p. m Prc-Servlces I Booster Band ,
Evening Service 7:30: p. m. Meeting. Wednesday 7:30:
-I School I nt 10 a. m with oiipl. Mm t Aunt; \'n I liMn In ch.itKC. 11 1 am .nil Iiliilt'Miv deaths In 1903ocuned occiured This Thursday Prayer Meeting. : RA. OA and Sunbeams every Meeting. Wednesdu. ). 7:3Cp. :
nctlxlll-s i !
RECREATION: NEWS will be imercfcted In fatal a-cldents:: : : Service] 6 p. m. Evening
Liu-'i: ast At t):.>0ccmmi I p.m Young People'sIeetlng, i other Thursday afternoon. m. -Rev. R. E. Bergstrom
siivr(
urlnn the wee'tend the numb
fun : also true of
The Reno Rccication Junior that xvili pI'o.l'e fci' vajulloi i \\ holrl Saturday 7:30: p.m. -- Leroy Rev. James Temple, pastor. Worship. 7 p.. n. MlJweeKService.
Jackon Is nnklni \.nion *e vi. e will be f.om f \ia&v thnuuli" Sunlav.: of Injurcd. Last mor.- I j wtor.
Mi
year
BiMbaU' team will lour-:: : I Llghtaey, pnator.I Wednesday, ,::30 p.
ney to Jacksonville to: engage plans for supervised\ recie- )hrll I I '1'.1' ('ci ii.i Ion C lib wll'vtorslih' according to: The TiaveleisInsurant I tnan 19 i-er cent of all highway I I DLDAN BAPTIST [IBrooker] BEULAII BAPTIST nRv, D. L. Ramsey psiV -
the with inombris' anlfilcndn Companle j! injury NEW COXCHCt.t: iON/IL ... ,
causing
In game June II. All bovsInteiestecl ati.m ::11'i summei mishaps tcIi"sCALVARY. :
; % 51 In participating Parents ale mv.it <\ to ca-:: 'rhi-, president is a k- The most dangerous day occur: >1 duitn this same ;METhODIST UE\'I\,ALI I Sunday School 10 0m Sunday School. 10 a. m ',1; V
n.embeis to plea.se belSf'.iV I j Morning[ Worship 11 a. m. Morning Worship, 11 a. m BAPTISTS
oil .
,ate asked to met at the recreation -, ope.all' us they htvi1: lit the Ins Sa 'wdajBase1 thi ee-hour period. Revival services will be held I Even-
Union. 7
at past to help make thp c"n'el' ii nl on llmt. :! on Trave'er reo"t II Training p. m. Training Union 0:30: p. nri '
.
diamond! MsnJay: : at me New Congregational day School 10" m
a worthwhile place of fun. Ol-Mt-i Allen Chi ('I A\iE 21 9 per cent of all fatal, high- READ TilE LABEL 1 ing Service 8 p. m Rev Evening: Worship. 7:30.: :MI1veek 11 m!
: Methodist Church May Morning Worship, a.
i
4:30.The Hev L A. Simpson: I Lacy Ccnway, pastor. '. Piayor:! Service Wedn! -
Poppy Hop was an t'n-I SCHOOL NEWS I "hlll'j: way ncc'.r'ents! orn.rred on The flint rule of sfe y In through May 8. Rev. F. A. Training Union 8:30: p. nv\: '
M pastor Sunday School nt 10 of all f title deaths occuriel usln? any pesticide! Is ta: read day 7:30: p. m.- Rev n I. *
OF
joyable event for the teen- Sl.llentulll he a. in Lri'. cfeait ST l I-I' nt I 11 on Filrta' and I 18 7 pel cent and fol'ow the directions and laggart p1btor.NORTIISIDE *
ant :
at the school June 3. each
ageis Saturday night from on will bring the message 422 N. St. Clair St.. Starke. Wednesday. 7:30: p
recreatl center. Everyone will return: Monday .June *. Communion/'. service nt 6 p. mAll on S.IP lav piecautions, on th? rcntaine. ; night at 7:30.IIEILBRONN: Sunday School, 10 a. m BAPTIST m.Rev.. R- H. Butler, pastor. :

present enjoyed the event A to pick up repoit cards: Tli I m IIIIH'I'R nnl frl"11 !hili'" T.ie: : 'o'al: num1er: of persons label Read them each Urn Worship Services 11 a. m. and '
n.k.1. to pleine bo p e out tent > the don'tdepend BAPTIST Located on ajC3s Hit!' AIRPARK BAPTIST
door prize was given to Master busos will transpoit SSlIrnm..I' : killfi In 1063 stood at you use pesticl.e. 7:30: p. m. YPE. Wednesday: i
CIacnceVIItams'! and school hi, LiIn \ )v "Ins: insplintloniil sciv- 48.500 t.-. year's end! More on your memory cautions Sunday School 10 a. rn'' way. (SR 2251]at Ralford Ro>v 'T.5
\\ 7:30: p. m. Prayer Meeting! Sunday8chQoL' ,::4:1.: m':;
for the best dancing lciiiriir.ir.i's' than tow' ml'.lion! men women 1' Jnhn: : Strayer. cl1tomolI -I Morning Worship. 11 a. m SR 161] Services: Bundi. "v
MUs Rljby June 1 J. Patents aie ns'tcd to 1 \Pilday, 7:30: p. m.-Rev. L. S Morning' -''Wbrghlp. 11 a. i m:?
1
: :MOVIK; end ogist. Florida Ex- School 10 a. m. Suna
rnlltlien Agilcultuial :
were Inliued Union 6:30 ni
plea1 roope at V with the I II i raining : p. Williams pastor.PEMTACOSTAL. Evening Berylce, 7:30: p. m;
Summer time is h. e astaln I prol'In: In oidei t.> ::1 i i I hrsturten A rr1, ':l(.us movie wl'l br I The bluest/ percentage/ of i I tena'in Set'vice. Do not save i Evening Service. 7"30. Midweek Morning Worship. 11 a. rr Prayer Meet1 II'. Wednewday,

school is out and teenagers *-. the oppoitunih' t ) ho\\n I'. Idnv ill1 ht nt Orcwt-, those inJured In auto acclIn -|I' or reuse empty containers 1, Prayer Service 7:30: p : HOLINESS Training Union, 6:30: p. m 7:30 m. Union
: p }
lnd'l1n.
er A'le Chapel Church. TliPCipntim } Rinse PalSo) or metal contaln- I m. WeneKdayTroy:: John- Sunday School 10 a. m Evening Service 7:30.: MIdWeek

: of Man The pub i iU 'I..IIM I Iri'lilt I <.OHM. I Itr Florlilll.., '|i ers with water and dispose of I son. pastor. Morning Worship 11 a. m Prayer Service Wednes pjdaV7i3Om" ; B. L

MARKET I invited to ntt-nl A donation I.:lull. ill .,"..II"'n''U'' '. i them )pioperly.IIOMIX'OMINO. Evangelistic Service, 7 p. m day. 7:30.Rev: Olenn La? GriZZle pastor.
I'nr llriiiiruril < .. ,In '!
i mim i him*I I
Storage'S ) wMl! be taken : SMYRNA; MISSIONARY Midweek Service. Tuesday.

Cold] Grocery Store Th>" Junior Church members nnii.., i u wt* \... BAPTIST CHURCH 7:30: p. m. -Jack Mesuita, GLASS That's OurBusiness"
I.nrrv
llnhT. Pluln-
are> nsked to pica] e ine t pastor.
'tiff 'u Vlritlnlii, Ann llnliv. J HeMlTK'K LiEn U33 W. Pratt St. Sunday ." .
:Mondnv evening at 5 )fl. m ,,
;: r.n.I ii I services: Sunday School. 10 a. FIRST PRESB1TERIAN "If It's! Glass W Havt It"
Z \ ,
Par( 111' are nsketi! p'pni : OK' 1 SI ITTo .z ,
L ('nope'allInri! M'nd! the hil- I: \Hvlnlii, Ann, It tin' '. m Preaching 11 a. m TrainIng Sunday School 9:45: a. m CALL WRITE 'or 'VISIT
dren I'll-. .' ( "rh' Hex 1'!92.' gL NEWS Union. 8:15: P. m. Evening Morning Worship 11 a. m.
to mpptlnit '
riikiiiniNp: FOR ANY GLASS NEEDWe
_
'l.t t VlrirlniuY" '
Worship. 7 p. m Everyone Youth Fellowship. ((3 p. m
Play meeting will' I'e held i IIM I hnrehv! nutlflfil. that
u iiimplnlnl,. m t for illvnni I IllS .hcnn'lltd I welcome. Elder T. C. Wlllinnj. Choir Practice'l'hul'Sday. 7:30: Des'gn Modern Store Front
each 'I liii. '
clay night at 7:10:: i .
",,"I net you. ,ana you ar. pastor P. m.
All membeis mil, itt! I'estl'd riMiuri-| -cl l I t.i serve u caws. of vmiriiii'uir ; : f Just !Mail Us A Pattern 'Fo-.
Ch Mi I Hi'!, me in Hid to tike. ] nr pleaillnic tn ,lh,. '.tnplulnf '" AT E\KKiKFEN: ('llt'HCIIEveitfieen KINGSLEY LAKE BAPTIST Top

part I t..in.\ ItalDh mi ihi-I I. "riiilniiriH Tli-UNIX, ',,, 1911'al I:'l lI Baptist Church LAURA BAPTIST School' Sunday School 9:45: a. m
I I. S 'lllHhwnv N. 17. oruiiKi-, will have its annual Homecoming Sunday 9:45: a m Morning Worship 11 a. m I j A SHEA'i: 'CO.

I',"'.< I.'lot'lila.;. :(207:1.: lit,14| nip I |hililflluil Services on Sunday. Morning Worship. HumEvtnlng Training! Union 6:15: p In I GLASS
I
,. illiKuei 1 nr ,Hi' .'nlliiK' InHit June 5, with dinner servid at'' WorshIp 7-30 p. m Evening Worship 7:30.: Midweek -
I I I ifi.t c INC
'o IDK ''I..rk..r ihpi Grayer ( ,)
Meeting
I Iafte Wednesday
i IK lilt < "uirt H Hilfonl! i'i.iinly. 1 p m und si'igln' : ; in the! Piayer Service Wedn'!s-!
ARE TERMITES 1'1..1., ,. on tir bvfun' IhiI2ih I 'iv'jit Eer>on", Is III- I 7i0:: P. m -Rev. Luther Medee. .Jav 7:30.: Choir Practice, 80: 1313 N.W.4lh PI. Gainesville, Fla. Phone FU2-4303
.li\m f .J,II',ii-. l 1II11r. It tun fan to pastor.
I DESTROYING .1 l V-... Jii'lKiiienl by iler.iull. will vltej to bilnii their MngersI p m -Rev. Jim Rl.'don. sup-

Let Us Prepare Your Beef and l t- i I'vii' ,,'.r. ..'ml. yoii for the I I co-ne enjoy tilLs' lIf'rVICe -
YOUR HOME? I i'l I.. r titniiinileil III Iii., 10111lu I with i.s;
Pork For Your Deep Freezer.We ,"i"l lI'"M' !

FREE ASI IJ OIU. >r'KI'I: : litV'I..l MADISON! STH"ETUA"'fI : An investment in Your FutureeEBReo :. ee1-
M'. Plurlilu I llllH 111\ iliy oflll .1
will Pick-up and Itatcher. There will he a \ \ I'!>':.. 'r CHURCHSunday ..

Small Fee for Pick-up-Butchering cows $3.00() per INSPECTION >!.: XI.I Worship nervLes! : 'U "

Head and Hide. Hogs 3c per Ib.-Cleaned We IK St. c'l elks, A. Dnrbv.i Sunday: School 9:45; a. in 711 I I : i]
'I if ,1. I of
The Cliiul'
i I'ourt

For Chill-cut and wrapping 5'/c'! per Ib. with paper. 1L&$( tCtt In. to 11.put,' .u I v,till('lti:M../KI :Muuily. Mal Training nlr.iC! Union Worship 6:15: 11 u p.. III.in L l' 17 I I2 i\: fj1! : l. : (J! t l1 [ j

We Sell fleet and Pork for Home Free/era: It.I:, i I h .I. Thuinaiiu Evening Worship. 7:30: p. m
''I"" \ for )I'lulnllff
539 E. Can 964-3965! I I", I I' M 11 ivy. ;No I 17 Wednesday: Piayer ttnJPrui.se .
Phone 964-8281 218 Washington St. if .UK' ? Hurk Klurlil ::12073) heivlce. 7:30: p m

'.'19 It 8/1 I Church Choir p" ..ctlce. 8:30Nmstiv ', '

-- ""--==--= : open for all SPIV-

Ices. A place for all ages.- LEARNING


AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY : I Rev. Folder Rowan pastoiIIKST ;


I II SfARKi Sunday BAPTIST: Brotherhood CHURCH I'' GOOD HABITS 1 i '


I meeting and breakfast, 7:30: I

I a. m. Sunday School. 9:4S: a.'m. _

Air Conditioning-Heating Beauty .Academy LADIES WEAR Office Equipment 1: Moi.ilng Woishlp. 11 a.. '

1: m, seimon "The True Rlch- EARLY"Train
RUSS PIKER POWELL'S 615 _
I es. Training(, Union. :

Authorized Air temp Beauty AcademyLearn \ Cherry'sGainesville's Hancock Office Evening Worship 7:30: p m vp a child ;in (lie way 'lie, tltoM, go: ancttihen

Heating & Air Conditioning Most Fa hlonabl. \ sermon, "Eveiy Day Ueli-

SHEET METAL, a Profession Tn Your Address For Ladles EQUIPMENT8m1thCoronaAutnor1ed: felon" h. is old, lit Hill: &ot depart Jiotn/ it."
KtMlilentlul Commercial Spare Time. Full or Part Time VacatIon Bible School -

_Indujetrial5esInstal1atlonSer'Ice DAY & iVKNIVO: : : (,L.\'iSES DREsSES-suIrs---C0ATM! Deals. Monday through Fiiday 8:30to This statement (made by Solomon thousands
AIATF:KNIT Y WEAHACCESSORIES Clary V 1"1or-Totalla 11 a. m.Monday of'i''i
Low Tuition Terms
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2702 N.E. lath: Dr. 219 N.W. 10th Ave. \ddlng Machines. Calculator WMU executive Cholipiactlce ,' rears ago I Is j jut as true and! vital today as .
Galnei sllle 37?0714 SALES -SERVICE- REWAL. Loan' meeting; Youth "'
(lnln<*H\ile! S78-27ifl( SAVE TIME: discus .
7 W University. Gainesville your re 7pmTuc It was\ then. V
qulrementa with n* flnt. day WMU general
CHAIN SAWS 528 N. Main Oalnesvll I covered dl-h
St.. and
AUTO SALES&SERVICE meeting:
MOBILE HOMESMUSTANG Phnn. !l711-1\1\1I1 luncheon. 12 noon. Deacons Teach your children the good practice of saving V V
I
A. & J. Saw -- -- I Meeting! 7pmWednesday Sunday for the future. Teach them to attend V '
JEEP \ -

r aaU7 of 4 Wheel l Drav & Mower Co. AINT & CLASS_ I School Woikeis meeting. 6 pin worship services In God's home by taking
Mobile Homes Inc.
Joe Anderson. Mgr.Ilonielite r Chu.ch Choir piactl.e 8Ip.
V
a AMBLER Liddell aint & .9
I mTnuiartny. V them each Sunday.
Chain Saws Newtoonl'acemaker: 7
-Visitation. p
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Afb rloo B Finest Economy Oa Glass Co. / -
SERVICE
SALES &
gmloa snit Servlc SkylineRiviera m.

Repairs & Parts All Makes I KYAMZE PAINTS!!* Friday Vacation Bible IK

Ridgway Motor Co liravoly Trwtor Sales". Capella.Cavalier Glass Mirror OUtlln Door School commencement exercises \ !! I l.--
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Service 7:30 p. m.
I at Down payment.. low 03 $100 V Tub Enclosure.: Show / :'
Doors Window* Awning "
1132 Main .
9 Blvd. GaineeviflePhone :
023: N E. 4820 N.W. 13th St.--441 North Jarpet Wallpaper 8lor> I ..It.L.IE'rIlOUIS'f: ; .
372-3M8 CHLItl: II. SIARKK: t.! "OII\: f.f "1.'J'' -
OablMlvl1Je In-8431 Gainesville. 378-1346 runt Consultation. ,
Just Off Waldo Roadir.4'lKTE Sui\-a Church :..ltool.I flit' OiurA,, Is God i appomftd, eiinc I. thl| t '. "

B & G Motors Co. 'IolorcyelesScooterlt3treit's 116 N W. Sixteenth St. !I 9:4j a. I... Motmnu* Worship. lui, wwld (f.. ip.to4.nfl' "'.....,.... .1< Hit, .love /!. \ I, t i-
.: PUOntTCTS OAINESVI1.LE 37a191I'ET Snack Supper 101'MYF. It for mon ond 0f Hit dtmend(Ioi mon. >ii riiptnd I I"J.: .- ,,}
11
a in .
MOBILE ... ... .. ;
CAIIIL1JCOI.IJH) meetings.I t that tavt ty t. hit |.b.f. VfutMutIhii "" 'Ii'
MYF
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Bicycle ShofHOiDA I 0 r- m. .. .. .....
tiALE8 6t SERVICE ) 7SU.; fioundmf' to th tot of Cod *
1
YOURrO'R.'rE SERVICE.; :
INSIST THAT ALL b-30 E'emugVorshlp\
MOTORCYCLES : :: mint. er wclify, .r vay ol, Mt .'11..Meg ft: I 'I'
'fi... Selection of Used Can : : PRODUCTSARE Monday Commission ouEdULttUJli { ""....*and 'Itti (".......,. nhiih, WI h,M Mdmr I .... V V J
.ker. On Cedilla. Trade THE BEHT FKtyM Cunhinan & \'fPa. ScoIer'JucatlIISAZu114.pp 7 P. m OI11C.B1 .
IRENE'S 'li in vitably (p.ush. Thtrtfort I
Edwards Building I Boaid n.tetlng. in hanttaaiy. m from::,totflih:p mt tl e...wt ilwwltf..:: JrI .

901 N. W. 13th. Rt. 441 -&Joa & Poodle Salon (h1 ft" Church, (f., lh'. ( l ,. ... .'
> I.f OLorcycll'8- l'srV" 8pm 'ti "* '''' los.1 HM voifir' *.1 him* It4 I 1; .

PHONE 378-7313 Supply, Inc. tIC: H WINt: niCYCLES POODlE;
.M-ksm'th &: Sate W.rk SPEIILTYGrooming : I iufltiidItt'meetS\ In LaJies ;,j tvtiy ptnofl ihtwld.. .. .vpHald,,. end, partM.... In t., \ _," ': V .j .:ifo

r.-6 \f"ln-372-4844: 818 W. "nlvenU.e. !Bible: c itt>siuum. 9:30: ) u. mWbCd tho Churih ....... tl ,folk .Hi.. IrvMi. sImS ,,0 ... .t,Ftt ,
Pinna Performance flmini".IIIp. fI.IU' und! Supplies For : business: and piogiaiumeetlivt I.t man. i Hit. death'" wid tftilMy, ; the .trutti vhnhr .. .S .", .... 06 ...
OMNF.SVIIJ.E: !FLA -
M SAAB I All BiercNToy !, : In ianctuaiy. 10 a 8ij lSw5liIlSIliflIhi5ptw5Sil4I4S5 r . ', ., .:.: ... __.:t', I Ii'.d.

EI.E'THICtoTOHS: { MOTORCYCLES( Puppies Stud Fer Service-Sale m 'V ...,;; .'"'\ I ... I V t c... Ad,;So ..

.f 8AI.ES AND SKIIV: K .KC1JOAN : THECYCLE I Weh.ebdayFamily Fellow-Night .. >:i-: =>:: :::; :::i-: :=- :r.::: .J .,._t ;_;v.'i'..-.; ;. ;. .."'io1 .u..aI..
ELECTRIC 620 S. Main covered dish. buupei. I ,10> ; .
USED CARS
SHOP Gainesville 372-0000 bhlP Hall 6:30: p. mThuisUy .

1031 8. Main GainesvillePhone Motor Repair Co. Clunu.el Clioli These Religious Messages Are Made Possible My The Following Sponsors

Of OirliiPHVille, Inc. NORTON BUI.TACO : l'dlelu'M7,! 7::30 p m.
378-21(10( DUCATI BKIUGE3TONE( : mNSWILLIAMS

.r i Repairing RewindingNew 1ST CHRISTIAN . Farmers Mutual Koch Drug Store PARTS SERVICE CO.
and Used M O 1. J li C Y p t K S

Tropical Pontiac, UOUK Ca'\IC.\XTI'F.1): Complete Srr\l"'e & I'urt. Neon Signs, Inc. Members Church of the entertained First Exchange "YOUR HEALTH IS OUR OF STARKE
Christian
New Si Used machines In stork MAIN l I CONCE RN" 630 N. ToropU Avenue
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at a Feede-Fertlllz..rq..5p,14: .
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Inc. Gainesville SIgn! 1"p'lth Wliiiauis'PLAST1C I their gr.iduatlng Seniors:
\ 1030 S. Main
Kasy: Financing Terms wattle breakfast Monday. Poultry KqulimivnlVNiro : Free Delivery Phono 9GII1S1SLADE Ph. 964-7721

Phone 372- TRUCK OMC C72iTBIi May Petroleum
Sales Service -Maintenance HrtxliMUBradford
i 1 PONTIAO SH N.W 8th Ave. The seniors are Barbara
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2110 N W ttui Ave. Os.nev111CRANE r (ilnesvlllB: 373-30UO Master.., Lynn Colson. Jimmy GAS Lawson Meat Market
!I".I.It\A! "Your Designs\\ or Our Douslas, Dorothy Mlxon Lar- Abstract Co.

Fe Tractor, MOVERS; 2720 N.E. 20th Way ''IY Williams. Ray Willlanw.: and Appliance Center AND COLD STORAGE

Inc. Gainesville Josle Sulckland. Jimmy Lav- 158 W. CALL STREET _ _
Long Distance Moving flays 372-60O6 Niles 376-590:! 4 endei tnd Ann Savage. They Ph. 964-6881 Starke. Fla. We I SieuIalizehug. In Custom Slaughter
white ;. Cutting ft Wrapping
V LINCOLN-:MRRCVRT FORD Local Drayage : were presented with
DeWITT C. JONES
V Authorized Sales & Service storage Pocking Crating TILES & PAINT Bibles .it the Sunday mornIng Prepared For Deep Fre.M
Edwards
V fi06 E. University Calnesvlll,i Farm Tractors & ImplementsFord 1 sect' Ice Grocery & FUNERAL HOMES
Shipping FLIVTKOTK TILE': PHONE B44-8MI
Phone 372-4231 Industrial\\ :Machinery Mkt.
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-, Crane's Imports FREE ESTIMATES: CALL ) ) BA1LESS HIV\AY Starke Ph. 964-2600 _ _ _ _
LANDP.OVKR Wheel Drive! Floor Finishing/:: Products BAPTIST CIIVRCIISUOIUY :

C C"" Volvo (MercedeH-Benz) SALES: PARTS, SKRVICE HILL'S MOVING DIUVMTH: PAINT School. 10 a. m Grocerie\It'atFeed: t Keystone Heiirhts (\ r.. .

FIAT-HILLMAN UVM; HMSII Has & Oil Ph. 473-3176 ", !.!.rr.1'' f'
Worship 11 anv 'to \
Gainesville MoVning(
4183 NW Sixth '
.01 N. Main Gainesvlll,e & Storage, Inc. Tenney Tile & Pain!t Training Union. 6:30: p m Ph. 964-2182 t Starke. Fla. _ _ _ \,'" V

Phone 37B-2148:\ 3MO( N.E111.1... K l. OK STAKKE INC. V
Phone 372-4373: :2222: N.W. 6th St. i, Evening: Woiship. 7.30 7: Praye.Meetliu. : ,
Galne-ivllle 372-4271 nalneville 378-1302: : Wednesday. 7:30: Loudon's Merle Norman Hurst: Shell Service
U f: iIlflK' 0..:1'.1.'. IF\: US.301 NORTH
Rev B. T Peavy. pastor. CARL HURST

UITTO SALVAGE :MUSIC TRAVEL Cosmetic Studio Iteautv Shop Hwy. 301 & 100. Ph. 961-6111 Ph. 969-3801 V Starke Fla. "

Johnson & Paris Inc. "I I KIJUARD'S CATHOLIC 117 !S. Thompson Ph. 904-3081 _ _ _ _
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If LIPHAM MUSICCo. House of Travel I ST.UtKK If Your Hair Isn't Itecomlngr To

Paul's Auto Salvage Complete Line. of Inc., INC. ,I Sunday Tuesday-Novena- Mass. 9:15 and: BeneI a. m.- You-You Should Be Coming' To ..... LACY CONWAY Charley E. Johns

; Wa.Dui Wrecked Car At 8EEDSPIA..TSFERTILlZiKS- AIRLINES!
STEAMSHIP! diction.; 7 p. m. Inquiry Class. Starke American Service Sta- Agency
/TOP PRICES : VAt. LIPHAM I 66M Service
..;, R. R I I I I 8 p. mi -.

'All- Make Mqde"' V.e4Psa Insecticides-Pet Supptce* PIANOS!l ORO.\N -nRr\IS: J Hotel*! Car Rentals. Thuisday and Friday BILL EDWARDS tion and Bus Station 131 S. Walnut' Ph.. M4-4M1

... We Rent Fertilizer Spreader' Guitars .and Amplifier 6:00 Mass. 7:30: a. in ((9'10() a. m GENERAL.. IN8CRANCB V
WittFind Weekdays 8:30 to : Brake 8 rIce
.rwtaVff : -' Wheel Balance
Xeletyp* m 234: NW 8th Ave SHEET MUSIC for sra'ie' and high scnool; stu- Wheel Lacy Conway flying r Service Nobody But>Mbo4y VadwveO
p Any rart-For YoQalaeeriJlcll7.UIJ -. ZI 01 6 'J.S 1 dental Alignment Infraction Ph. 864-4051 Charley E.John A(.BC;
617 N.
V PHONE 372-0471 Gainesville; ) Shopping Center 3415 W. University Avt ,; Temple Ph. 964-8881 .
Saturday Mass 9.30: a. m
M1 N. ra t atock- Yard OlW1f1e\1l e. PL& 372-3333:! Gainesville 378-1601 I "



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