) Scholinship : were tovlthllt needed to be
bitch at $oJJ: 45 per
affect It," Pierce a Ided.! "H'.s le-evalu- tlon I lost, Friday night; dining A'rn'\. \ 8.000
collect-il taxes, which to pay under the area. Drugs Trial ('Oh 'eeted and those slime to build manholes and
1 189th Observance! of very agency in the county. all In tv) family: ntlcm hut year and thp tim Rubel ts said he favors H nation/ exerclMi'ii, lit thhigh! forces lire! present today." culvert).
but Cnnlrman: Jerome Johns The U.t.t'I'e file-1 last ber cnrr.panles' share of that pub'1'! hewing! before proceeding : Set This Week/ school uu'litorlum.. Rev Ilounn continued."A .
NJmi-d! Oscar Crosby as
FLAK DAY told h'm' a special meeting Octou.ei: by four timber companl incrpnre: was $4 !500' ,000. with the canal pio- I Tummy Is the nun of Mis.W. pool hall attracts an un- building& Inspector from among

would be called to search for end> one timber o\\ner.1 Gene I whetheryou
s County Attorney !"'. Johnson of. Stnike, andDorothy wholosoiiie! element I on the recommend -
Ject.A tour applicants
the !unds.A They on 71.130! acre 37.47 ,, Shaw was urged to proceed bu'ltfet; request from the I I Til.il otI TllmJ'lwnman'l/ like it or not We would Don
JUNK 12 lives with her grandmother 'itlon of Engineer
resolution from the per cent' of the area of Bradford !- I with ill haste In bringing Library Board for $2G.OOO as i :Mrs Kvolvn: ) like to see the ordinance stayns I

School Board stating that it I County They have paidto the tax Milts to a conclusion Bradfoids share of the Santa j ,iharmed, with, Introilui, ing( drugs( IrH. K.: M. Davis of it l.s and we would like to Ruckm.in.
2 P.M. Is short, about $35 000 in Us date !S21.431 of a total asi I I He warned however even If F" Regional Library Budget Into the state jmson: at Ital- ; St.irke. see It enforced" Decided! to Investigate the

1965 bud.lletas: also presented i 1-e.ssmep.t of 884 89fi. leavlna :' | the hearing ends favorablyfor I ( for the l Hi6-17!J fiscal I font, was set for tdav'Thurs-' I The rivltnn ScholiirHhip When Mrs!! Santo argued possibility of purchasing the
At Lodge. Home on to the Commission School diflci In uncollpcted, taxes the county the companies year was accepted: for conI ( il.iv, I In Clienlt, Coiiit.; me nni'le' pomihle through the that !pool(l l can be played In former bowling SR-100.alley -

Board Attorney George Pierce. of $1\3\ 41:15.: according to Tax can: appeal!! the -Jerlslin: id !ratlon The haute! represents I Repeated, Heiinhes' <>f the nnniiiil! sale' of f Claxton fruit ,' a wholesome: environment property on

who presented the resolution, Assessor Gene long I Shaw also said a hearing", I I a near 100 per 1 cent woman at the, rniun gnte, InHt rushes by club members. I Rev! Hoan; stated : Promised action on a complaint -

North Temple Ave. said the School Board will I Of the complalntants,, Container i would not be wise until thp 1 Increase, over the 1985-66 appropriation November 2.i failed, to IHcloHO These HcholnrshlpH, lire awarded I, "Yotir bulsness' was con- by Warren Winkler

have tc borrow against lii Corp; owns 36.187/) coun'v has: Its case well pre- of $17000 Th" ; anything despite the fait that on the basis of need and I cel.nl! and opened outside I about conditions on Pratt

1987 budget to make up the i acres with an average assessment pared. Library: Board in seekina the buzzer on a machine to merit and In making the nn- the law The ordinance says Street when it Is blocked for

deficit with a chance of los or $714 80 per acre. ,, Other, county ad valorem funds: to employ a fulltimequalified I detect metal kept Koundlnj/ nouncement. Club I'reHUIent no pet son under 18 shall beI I i the playground. Mrs. Johns

ing the money for good if the Rayd'iier Inc owns 23.276 taxes see almost I 100 per 1 librarian to replace !-'InLlly, a capsule! containing a Jim Temple Indicated, 1 that allow' -d in where pool is publicly j, was appointed to Investigate.

county loses the suit acres pt $79 04 per acre, | cent collected. Long said. :Mrs Bens I Burns who will te- hvnotlr drug iimvl. nitrite was Tummy and l Dorothy hail l n I I p'a: yed, but you cater to 1 Authorized Councilman Me-
'I discovered under a wig the Rae to find out how of
This Space Contributed "Schools are the county'1!i Owen -llllnols Glass Com- In other action the commission tile' August 1 record of outstanding( performance the teenagers I many
teache, of fee from :Mrs. Rubv woman was waring Clips HK- during their high school those assisting with the recreation -
biggest business and : pens owns 678 acres agreed to proceed! An appeal
to Publicize to the wig awltniin then made his I
Weekly the though not
ctirlni -apsule
salaries are affected" Pierce! ]lands Resps'Pd at $84 67 per with :acquisition of right-of- Johns. Starke city ('lllI1cllmpmloJer. careers 1 program
Community Events by said. acre and Olllman Paper Co ,: way for a proposed canal to for assistance in were metal. He also "''II
I "Vff'if right on the rec I I owns 7.543 acres assessed at t I conner: Crosby and Sampson paving city streets was met Mrn. Odom's. attorney I U! B. who purchased the Cl.ixton ordinance! and enforce It. In taking liabilityinsurance

I red line now" he added. The I i $79 I 1 Lakes The county Is to be given favorab'v Anderson of Tampa. 1 fruit rakes from the Clvltanmembers Kemp then asked agair against Injury
The CommunityState during the fund ruining while engaged In that activity. -
attorney said the Schoo I I The companies, in their the ht-of-way by Ho- "We live In the county too Witnesses for, the state were whetJ-r the theatre Is no
Sunshine' irnp.iign. wish the vonng- It was agreed that the
Bank Board wanted it brought' tc<)i suits, claim their acrf'a t"Raul' van Emith in exchange for Mrs Johns told the commissioners R H \ ,considered amunemencenter
subdivision She said the clH \Vili.ini-i! Sfc't, .1 I K DOI'ko _t 1.-iMTV "u'w. < lit theybegin an city cannot provide the coy.
light h" ns'Pssp'l nt $70 per gradlrroads! to a "
c' < ; .-.MKkl.in'l. 1> heIr college\ work. Councilman Wlxgln: eraJt'e.Julian .
mil I.t
County! Attorney Gene Shall I acie aid hit"i emtrt'' -d t IIIXI Sniitli!'! :, Ls developing on shoul'i, not have to bear t hentll
said In his opinion the suit;I i es atcordliiMly They paid Samt ,011 Lake burden for pa'r.s! I I


Tllt"R n.-. JUNE n. ions
TWO \nronn (''OtTNT'TF.UARArn, STXRKF;. nonm.\
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Mr and Mrs D Ritch I 1111C .T. lloupt president !' Mis .T. M Vlckori of Alike. Smith with his. ;" 1 L. Taufjait/ : pnstorMi ior Collc'pe.( !and Mi. and Mrs :

Green nnd family of St Lotuw. of tho Sturko, Wntn.in's. Club I IIH BitliiMWlrU. (i.i.. WHS viHitinK paients. ;Air. and ;Airs. i .\ MaxirCarter.. Jr. and chlldien Th"( First! Baptist Cliuuli
Mo will arrive Sunday for a attending tho (Ji'neral Fud- Mr. mid MIH S O. rvnmiiiUSiiturd.iy CoUli-n of Miami will I '. ar.d Mrs. I.amnr Brooks of StarkeMr. of Hnlfoi'd will ob.siixcIlom 1 '
two week visit with Mrs. Nelson eratlon Woman's Club annual to Wednesday. She I touring the United States. son of Penxacola and and Mrs D O. Connet conung' Day on Sunday

Green and family. meeting In Chicago 111, from wna accompanied by her next three months. I '. and Mrs. II. J. Miller ot and Mrs Johnny Lee and June 12. Lunch will be
Mrs. J. B. Sapp celebrated :Monday\ to Saturday.U (\daughters Jeim, who ia visit Mrs. Mabel Strlngfcllow spent Wednesday:: to children all of Milliard were I pel'vPatter! the moininseivices >

her 80th birthday Iitst (JK> Hank Graham returned I ing Joyre Denmark, and Janice daughter. MI'". Homer as guests of the Tue-dft.7: visitors of the P. OConner" Everyone is> cordia.ly .-
GLADYS MOOTY d.iy with neighborhood Tues-I Sunday nftor two I who Is the KiieHl: of J.inc and two daughters of Mhler family. I I IMIT invited

Phone 964-0651 dropping In during the years overseas. service with I Aftonia. Jean nnd Janice romulneil Cove Springs as Saturday Mr. and Mrs. E J. Hickey t,. II. Ci'BlK! nnj:! Mlsv\ ,
I Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy he Navy.. I for tho week. ternoon guests. Palatka; werp Sunday din Julia Mae\ Rose. of Waurhu'a: .\ fUssifled;I AJ in the TlTl-!
and family of Sanford, wore Dr and :Mrs'. V. W. Htrlckin I, Mrs K. t. Crawford, hiul niStinduy :Airs. Ruth Reynolds. will Riiests of Mrs.\ Mary were Kuosts of the Chestei rjfp "PH hfin.r rp...lts.
David Cottle of Woodbine Mr. and Mrs. W. G. HalleJr. visiting: their parent' Mr. and from
visiting In North Caiolinn i Wood family
Cfti and Miss! Terry Sue Seymour of Miami were visiting Mrs. Robert. Green nnd Mrs.Eolino will move to O'Imdo', ford, JIUs. Helen Crow Mr. Virginia during the. next Sun las1Mr ....-
: of Galncsvlle aro Mrs. Halle Sr. over the weak- Smith over the week hiH weekend.' l 1)1'. .Stricklands and Mrs.. James K. Ritchie r
Visit-I and will Ihcn go on to 2nS. Cla.ss and Mrs' .md :Mis Ray Ml'ler
trig Mr. and Mrs end end. associated with the Azalea and :Mian:\ Beverly Ciuwtoiil 01 1 r. :
Moore this week. Richard P. Jackson of Par- Mr.\ andIrs.: U. A. Dewberry Clinic: thoioMrs. Jacksonville.Mrs. John Hopkins Hospital in Ilartl'v and son o! and :..011'l"l'e Tu-sday evenlin' -
Mr and 1>lrs. Jerome Ed- sippany. N. J. Is visiting his hnd ns guests List week, .. C B Tcnvlllegar returned I ; P. l R. Stone anil :MissMnmlc : limnt'p.fl.. ; ., for : me arc visiting Mr. unJ i quoits of the I''. J Saun j 4Ine

\Viud3 and sons of Naples mother, :Mrs.: Margaret B ),11'. and Mrs. Ernest Dohring/ Satin'day from Allantn ] Anderson cif Ardl..li observation.Airs. R L Smith. Airman: dots ''amily of Penney Farms
spent, Thursday. to Sunday Jackson for several days of Shannock R. I. and,I Mr. Ga. where she took an I were visiting their sl.nlcr, : Nora AI\ Tholl1i>lOn \' will be leavlns 111\\ Mr. :nnd Mrs. John M. Dv
with Mr. and Mrs. :Merrill: Ed Mr. an
wards. Pannma City and Mr. and I Kingston, N Y. Mrs. Vera Management; Course" ., sponsored .ui extended, visit with \ and son will lemain where they! attended -
Mrs. Vergle Flynn attended Mrs. J. A. Jordon of Lake I Htlbohm and son Charles of by Ford :Motor\ Co. Miss Barbara LimHrv. of and :Airs. Clureme Rhodun. ,I her parents the weddlna\(; of thettRrnnrdniKhter \d i

if farewell dinner In. Gaines City and their children spent Jacksonville Joined tho family :MM 1 K. W Wynn and ;MIH. FllLhntnnd, Vu. was visillnsMr. Mr and Mrs. Reece Brad-:! ; :; Miss Shlrlej
... .....
ville last Friday night, given the weekend with Mr. and on Wednesday and Mr and R.1.: Jackson of; H[iwthorne ; and ;Mrs Harold Oodwin .Y? of 'icksonvllle! were Sun Ann Dye to Michael BaucomMls ; ..
by :Mr. and Mrs Jefferson Mrs. H. A. LiawBon. Mrs. 1\lal'Un Meath of Ponte were Friday visitors of :Mrs.Kfflo \ last week. flliinrr eueits: of Mis.! J ." :Mona Kay Wcod on- of noother
bavls> for Mr and Mrs. H J. Miss Sue Johnson of Bristol VertnZ joined them Friday nnd, 1 Johns.. I Onvlcl :McQualg\ of Way Kingsley Lake; : Bradley i of th-s graltiatlT; : class oll

Waters and family of Gainesville R. I. is visiting her cousIns took the visitors to Gainesville Mrs O. ti. Thomas' Sr. of (cross G i. spent last wool"" Mlsst s C-wn'e and B:'enda l IOIlI! In Green Cove Sp'ln-w: .
who are moving: to Tallahassee. the Julian McRaes, for for lunch. Gainesville was visiting :MIH. 'I with his urandparc-nts. Mi .Mrs. K. !M. NnrtUM and Marian Paul's' I was 'elect!>'" by thE Ladle

Twenty guests enJoyed three weeks. Miss Mimi Harrison of Eve Godwin over the weekend. and, :Mrs. :Mack Williams.. Mi I'h,,,... (,3:12081.A..A. : Jl of Jackssnv.ll0.: : were I Aiixll'-ny': Post 198! of the
the aWl 11'. Mrs. Kathleen: Goethe and Monday Williams carl led him home 01 I .Re"R. ; .' CAPTURE IT ALLIr
Jacksonville was a :Air\ nnd :Mis O S Dixon II KUfsts of the Maxle VFXV to lecclve a $'5 Savinss r '
. Mr and :Mrs.\ Tom Parncllof Fred Leeks of East Palntka. visitor of Miss\ J.ine Adam IIn.d11'11.:\ J. P West. of Nashville Sunday. ....................................... .!' Mr. family Bond! because of her out- From the first
Deland wore weekend and Jim Trunnell of Mayport Miss Janice Vickers of Brunt- Te'nn wore, visiting :Mrami James A. ('nlllil) Lawnon. mediate. Choir 01! .vll1 ntlin: ( achlevments r' ray of light
guests of Mr. and Mrs N. L. of of :Ml. anil, :Mrs.: It A Cllt; :IK I! StllKDlI.KSKlngsky ; The Intai: Thii
j were Friday night guests of wick GIIs also a guest :Mrs Donald Bagwell last son Street B 'ptht t The hluh school( graduate. ....' one day
\\'oodburn. | Mr. and Mrs Herbert Thomas. Miss Adams for two wecki. week. I.awHon wa. awnided a Bich[ Lake is alive.
Mike Hallo and William I They attended the ,graduation Mrs George Flynn Sr, and :Air.: and, ;Mrs Robert Dl'Obha elor of Arts degree In hl tor\, Chui'h : Sunday School:: : -ch riiloyej Iii'ich anJ a of tiie! Klnptsley Lake BapUs'Chlll'ch -. This ona day '

.Jackson of :Miami aie visit ot Kathleen Thomas from B- I Mrs. O. J. Phillips Jr. and m of Gainesville spent the at the spring comment ('111(0111!)! a. m Moinlnu> Woishi.j: \ 11 \ ) /( paity. at the home each received a Blhlafiom Ii .. A.'J:"\. You i Isso should full. :
Cecil Whi' e- tl'p' church Special :;- .
M'nnd Atrs
Jng Mrs W O. HuleMrs. 113.I daughter, Cheryl Anne will weekend with Rev. and :Mrs.\ exercises at Mars III'.I: ( Moith t m Tiaining Union 6:45: p. capture all.
them j\ .
dauxhte last Sat iecaur.lt; Ion was given .
. Tommy McKelvev ant I :Mrs.: Vernon Smuckcr and visit Mr. and Mrs J. Huston J. R Brabham. Carolina) College thin wculc. Evenlrm Worship, 8 p. and 8
Mrs. Lois Glover of JicksonJvllle -. grandson Bo Mathcws arc McClane In Atlinta Ga. next Terry, ami Philip Stith of James Edwin Denialis!; For Midweek Prayer !' !ulternoon. nt the Sunday moinipg warhl.i : .a J6tt9

were Sunday visitors olMr. i leaving Friday for a month's week and attend the graduation Val<1olltn. Ga are spending of Mrs. K. R. HomivonJ ol \Vcdnes.lay 7-30: p. m Mr '. W. E. Oil'.'er an1aughtl.l' ; stnlre: They. were John For the photographic record of your
and Mrs. H. B. Hamilton. \I visit with their granddaugh- of Glenn McClane from this week with their grandparents Starke has been acroptod foi PracUcf, 8:30: p. m.- Stephanie.' and! L. Biadley J1 .. Michael wedding the services of a qualified

Edward Brown Is home foi r I i ter and sister, Mrs. Ronald Emory University Dental :Mr. and Mrs. t,. F. admission" to Florida< Piosbyterlan Jim Rm'lon/; supply pastor Conner, of ..Jl1c'llIon'l11e. Asnpt.! Richard C Crews professional photographer are- issen-
'the summer from Muira'./ 'Parson. and Mr. Parson liCUiiksvllle School on Mond.iy. J Dinkins.Mr. College in St. Petersburg wi-rp eek"ivl uuests of Knutc Coleman and Dwi ht baL

State University. Tenn. Col. and Mrs. T. T. Long nnd :Mrs.: Donald Bag this fall.James Vacation! Bib'e P O Conncrs.Ml : Eldei. 1 Photographs( you will
------ At Uluksheiir: olKinghloy ,aarts Monday Jtinn 13, '. ar.rI11": E:. M Norton in
spent the weekend in Bacon- well nnd ;Miss Shirley :Aloitl-: I treasure a lifetime
Lake is attending, 1:30:; tn & p. in nluht'y. vlslfd Mis. Cecil Criv-foid 1)1::MO MEETING:
ton and Albany Ga und attended son spent the long Memoiial beautiful natural color
Many Thanks the wedding. of a niete weekend with Pvt. DonnldBagwell the Defense Advanced! I>ispo \\ 111 have an li-ciny :;:' ) I '. or l wtev Inst Mmilavnl'ht The Bia-ifoH Co'tntvnpmaciatlc Call us (today, Ask for
Miss Catharine Dean. to B I-.. / at Foil Jackson S. C. sal Management Course of thlU.S. with Commencement i !In Rive sids Hospital : Exrcutlyp Com-
Hicks in Atlanta, on Sunday Mrs. Phillip Cronkhite underwent Army, LoRlHtica :Jlinnse: 'I \Vrdnesdiiy! June 22 i Jackxom Ille mittre will hoi-1 an organizational ;' free \\eddinv; brochure
I-'oit Lee Va 7:30: p. m. :Mrs- Iliyj' : \ nni Complete albums priced
afternoon. SUI'g'N'yVeclneslay, ment Center at j Sund" (jiiests of11': mEeUnthl9\ affei-
\ To The Many Friends and :Mrs. David :Montgomer\' In the University Medical Mr. Blichsheur Is snpeivisorj will be the VB3 principal | Airs M.ixiP Carter Rr wer"ATr I 1 noon 'IThuis-'avl' I at S o'clock; to fit every bud et.

Voters Who Supported and and children were visiting her Center.Mr property disposal I assistint nt D"I1II'l): : nipt 1st t : a.l:1:I Mrs" C'Inton Huff at in thn courtroom '
parents. Mr. IIn,1Irs.: H L- and ;Mrs'. Kldrldge; Par- the Naval Air Station in Jnksonvllle =5nndiy School. lOa JlC'k."m"nt': ATr nn-1 Mis BUIUHGTONSTUDIO
Voted For Me On May 24My Tolbert in Lake City from Fil- tin of Fermndma Beach wcieSund.iy :Mornlii1: Woishlp; 11 a. Hem'yf Cmtei of :MHX'I'lrMr\ run': nioriT POINT for tho
, day to Tuesday visitors. of :Mrs.\ L.. A. n. L. :McCiin of Wild.vood 1 Train.'iT Union 6'10 p nnd :\ Congratulations ToMrs. Mrs R A Kellogg of St Davis. Mrs J. R. Hardee of father of :Miss Maith.i Sue Evenin"!: ( XVoi ship.] 7.:.JO p Heillvn.m Spl'lngq.II"e: 'select your fa\orlt KSTFUUUOOK .
, Augustine/ a former Starkp Fornnnrlm.i Beach, who spenttho :McCain liradford: Counl\ :\I1d\\Il'lt' Pia\'("' :';("'' 'fn"11 John' and Joy FTman ( four-tain pen. TELRr.K -
Chastain. resident died, Sunday mom past two weeks with Airs. home economics extension a- Wecjiirsdav 7 30 p m -. of[ St Johns:. River Jun- .VPII. PHONE 961-7271
. Ing. Funeral services were Davis returned home with ",..nL lii-fl- Snndav' niirht. nnifuneral <:
. held Wednesday afternoon In :\\fr. and :Mrs.: Part In. ; ; ;services" I wore set foi iiiJK *'
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THANKS AGAIN, Cocoa, with buiial in BicvaicMemorl Miss Gile. Cronkhite Is. 10 a.m. Tuesd ly in I.'eHblll'g- *ffl&v >
; U Cemetery spending/ two months with i Interment was in BI'mlngham,
; Byron Terwillogar of The relatives in Tampa' and iswniking Ala. at 1pm. Wedncsdiy Ends Saturday! LAST

Maurice Edwards Holies School returned 1 home there.T :Mrs\ A. K" Sauls visited ;Ml,
Satniday nnd will leave ncxl W Ritih nnd, J. R. Cha ant! Mis" K:. P. Rennet' liJ '
XX'edncHil.iy, for Camp dominion teen Jr. arc In Oklahoma City, ('ksonvilk* over the vvi,.ckendMl [
( Pd Pol. Adv,) !, Ala, whoic ho. will be nI Okla. from Sunday to Thursday '. and Mrs', Kwell: I-iuvsm 3

01 I counselor for two months.. on business.. 'I rave a bnthday piuty Sund, ,i\

. I afternoon' for their gran''Kim' I

:Mike Lawson. on his tenllhlrthdnv i DAYS !
The ten gui'sl.s i>n- Terrific
joyed games nnd[ refreshments '
. and an Indian themeVIIH i' nried I : Summer
out in I the decorntlonsMr. .
and, Mrs. C W XVa.lift. \ Savings In

of Dublin, C3a wete wt'ekunil
visitors offr.:\ nnd :Mrs: S I All Deals.! EVERYTHING

Are You The ? I L. Peek Jr. FIRST QUALITY

Fussy Type nnd Mis, win Kit,; Stephen Previlt Pievntt of Stalk n ', .. -, '

Whiting I Field, were vlsitinfMr
: IInlfl'lI.; Paul Shields. i
St Petersburg" over the week

end.Mr IIntl1I's.: Dnvc Pall Basketball

were in Atlanta, Ua; la" .
: .
.t.ffi' ...
,, < '! :J, and
weekendi "' ,:It 2.99 Youth.Bov" s.... 166
games between the St L>oiil nl.6,
"" .. Value1.
Cardinals and, Atlanta Brave ....w.4J.o'V- 80 .
.. ) ....
;Mr. and ::Mrs George Rob '..r. "" .n'. s. ,
-.\ ;;.7IP ,
: 3.PIECE ..:..: 61/1 '0 \\ .
arts ami children of Indianapolis.
.. Ind. are visiting :Mt: .. ," t.'.::
Lola Johnson. and ;-Mr, am' Lunnan (\ Se''':: -, .r. al n cup d.gn.
ell ,...
: ;J a ,0
Airs Hemy( Godwin this week .ubb.

Leo Chimplon. retiirne'We -
12.88 :
Reg ""';;:::"
obseivatlon at the UnivoisitvMedical f-

Center the post week t. \6.ln. Voni..., '.1
:Aliss\ Sue Morris will U-nvi' -21.'n' O..rn.... .. p n." PIECE/
26.'n.' Pullman '
Sunday for Nashville Tenn -

where she will attend SCIII'I't'1Collegl' looking Durabla tatin vinyl, lining covarlnq' lightweight with; rich :. Jamaica Sets BATH TOWELS

thiough July yet Hurdy. Ideal gifll.
:Air\ and :Mrs Donald Shulei OUR OUR REG. 794
and, childien of Ballimnte AM\ ,r.- 69 664
are visiting his parents. :Mi JUNI::>R BOYS' "EG. J 1.99 J Large 22x24Watching Size

and :\II'H.Vlliter Richardson! ...'( Sport Shirts Hand Tow.li, Rig. 49.364
for n week.Airs .--i
: )'. F Stump Is visiting Matching Wa.h Clolhi, hg. 25'-174
2 FOR $3plaidi
Mr. anti11's.; John XV .'" Thick, thinly cotton' terry. Colorful
(Griffin O in Oehlocknou' G'l. fot.Hl''E"ral ''I -,.. floral and attractive ..rop... Buy
EG. 1 .79 now' and .anl l

After A Hot Day's Work Ever Bite Your Head Oft? | weeks \ ,, lwo..n or I "
Family's .
Local admittances to Hi'ad- -.J solidi .in Ivy orrsgular ,;..-. ...,.,; ''r.f-
ford, County Hospital! this, ; I ilylinq.Silos I .
week include.Mrs: :: '. Olboit L 3 to 7. :f','. ... :: "I
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END YOUR EVENING DRAG HI'nwn.1I's.: Gladys S. XVilIliims. { J] Walk Shorts LADIES'SLEEVE -. .I.-.., -.1':: ,I ::
t ,Iii!
Atrs. Jessie Young, :MriAlyrtlce '
....... ., : '.' ;'';;' 'G'
In The Cool Comfort of West ; ( n'Lwl"1I's.' : Ethel 129 \" """ .:t. ,. .!...'.' .'."..", .
inghouse Air Conditioning lJ I 88 .t'f....? ,..'. 'r'.'. \
XX'hite. Alan Johns Airs Value I V SHIRTS .:'" ;. ". .:.:' '''. ., ..' <'it: !/ H
Idiima ',.11. .... ,. '!> 'I' "
Parham. :Airs .4 .
Ruby .
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Solid color woihabl twill, upper : .J. ,.... ;,,(':...
l1i'kl'nll.11':\ ", Emmett: Norton rA .. ..
front, "tandad want, band. .' ": 't:; '. ""I.,,;
and Airs.\ Purvis K OrlfUs. SIZ.t 4 to 12.: REG. ,," :'" #;. W ....-!
5,000, BTUMobilairc 9,500 BTU 15,000 BTU all of Stnrke.; Wallace H.Mann. I ""' '"" Approc.
1.99 9 bv 12 ft.
:: Glenn Williams, nn.l.
Cools 2 or ::1! Rooms In ;Alls. Rsaie J Nettles of Laki, JUNIOR BOYS'
The Cool One Room Size
Comfort Butler; \Villlam B Beckhamof Cabana Sets Rugs
Install Yourself In Minute'( Hawthorne, Phil Revets! and '

;Alro' AI'nefollley: of :Allddleburg. \ -
$.119.95 $166.00 $199,00 ': ;Atrs, Helen C Stalling 1,49 VALUE $1 REG. 14.SS 1288

of Lnwtey.; Levi) Rhmlen ot ..
Color coordinated shirt and
JI.lmplon11': ; ''. Rarhel, Giern
shorts Heavyweight vixate
; completely wathable loop pile rug

of Brooker. and ::Airs Kla.i XVStirko Sues 3 to 7. with. nan-slild foam" baching. Attractive

of 1 Keystone Heights alt and pepper tweed. patternt..
::Airs Chal'loltE''lIIlam8 of ENTIRE STOCK

EustlH Is visiting her son and LADIES'

18,500 BTU 22,500 BTU"Mighty diughter-in-lnw.; nnd, :Airs Summer Handbags
;\(el'l'ltt'lIlIolnts for seveialdava Girls' Panties Mohair Sweaters

The Quiet One $249-50 Moc' $288-50 :Air.\ and :Airs. N P. Rlccardiml REG, 258 : 388 REG.

son of Aliami and Air\ and 2,99 GUARANTEED 1 YEAR) $ 8.99 -Cfl
:Mrs. H AI. StrlikMnd and Runproof acetate' tricot. 4 FOR ) Cardigan style* tn new fras. 1J *
Stunning. straws and gleaming, ; patents' White, and colors.Sues led ton... Popcorn stitching; 4:I .
laughter! of Key Biacavne are in a variety. of new shapes and stylet. 2 ta 14. embroidery Inm. tm, SMU cjij
guests of :Air. B'nd :\11'''. F XVStrickland

Cool/ Down, Old Boy, With The Best Buys In Town ------ XX' H Nollman for two attended weeks. his : Seamless Nylons Ladies'Straw Sandals Xo Iron Short Sleeve

class reunion at the U S. :AlilItary : DRESS SHIRTS

EASY TERMS at the House of Bargains N. Y. Academy the past. In week.West Point, I," All firtt quality! Macf ofDuPont ;' REG,2.99 for
fiber*-knit to fit, ) Re
The Junior G.AII of the Run guard welt and to*. 35 '" large aisartment of style* $2 g. 2 $5
:AIndison Street Baptist' Church I N.w..t ihad.. BVi-l I. in natural. Sues, white 4 to, 10omen's black. orchecks. 2,99
had a cookout last Thursday'

Slade Gas & afternoon nt the home of :Mrs. I j WOMEN'S, CHILDREN'S

Appliances eight Tony girls.Grlffts.assisted:Mrs In. .serving Ruth Reynolds the j I \/ Panties Tennis Oxfords Men's Sport Socks

. :Airs\ XX*. F, Swlnyer of Keystone : GUARANTIED 1 YEAR'' $ REG. 39*:
322 W. MADISON ST. PHONE !)(> 1-7701 50nitl..d acetate tricot; 3 ) SPECIAL IOW r ICII Solid *
Heights wasfonday fOR
Novelty -
runproof Whit and color* and whlM. patterns eIgni. 28
Ctlildrcn'tum $1 :
overnight guest! of her slater colon. Sii.t 3 to JO. Wathfoil colSiiei ..
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Mrs. XV H Nollman. They

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1t'r. Lingerie Shower Miss' M.irna: I lavnrs Miss: Pin III n.uhv I W. C. T. U. IIISTOKH" ;. SOCIETY .

For Miss I luggins, !Is ComplimentedAt 1 Is Engag'd l "1 flU :M\NV; ; H'Sr.S TH lJi"adfnl'd l County Hlitr !-

I Bride Elect Linen Shower To Robert Nobles 1'1:11; :: 'I n HUNK T'lAP leal Society will meet
I'UK: Hl.sTVV: ; TO OPEN:: Moiiudv; night June 20. at 8

-- :Ml I.lr.'li: llu' thus: whos".mr Miss :Mnreln Hivnes' bride-1 Mr. and Mrs Clniles} A .\ ( ONVI.KStTION:.; : ( (IS o'clocic Jn the Quigley Museum -
GLADYS MOOTY rJ L .}J i.i) ... to DeaIvn.1.'R/ I'ho.t.11"' compllmenteil" with Darby elf Stnrke announce, \\ 11'\' ('ORKS'ItER( : ::' en S. Cherry Street. :
;) \\'lll br i") oxpnl of July l 15 a i loxe-lv' linen shower unit dpssertbrliliio ] the cimat'emont and approachln" I !Smisliii.r :Maga/lne |p.
Phone 964-0651 I "iis; c.impllmpnte:I with a '' )piirtv lust Thursday mniiinKe of tlioli '
(lelle'it'Il]! : lln-piip shown" night given by Mrs J. R. daughter Ph\lis I Ann I >
t I / I'll" I i" right: .clvn bv :Mrs, WalnwrlRht, Mrs. Randy Seaman Ap"irentice\! Ro' or1W
)C Membersct First Baptists Vrf I r R W.ilmvrleht, Mis O L. .lohns. mill Mrs,. ,. Cienr: Shaw Noblrs. ,.s.-i'i of jl,1" ,"i. ;R
f" d IT n'IICM ,'h': furl I Mrs Gene .II 1 the home of I ho ltd t".I' on Mrs P.V.. "Nobles of Lake (
: Officers Honor Graduates "'lta';.' at the" hon1nr\ the Hessenl Road City. The w'ddhl'111' Hikeplace : \

Luncheon With Dinner :l.ittro'l: I3i'.s>.i'nt Road Colorful iirrnnKiMTienlH of I 85itui::' : I :'nv' evcnlii1: JUMP

Tic,, icli.! .shm1 nt tnh'p' 1"11' pink and while snapdragons: !' 2S. At 7 o'c'l irk in t the, Plisi TT
ie W. T. Weeks Chapter The first n.iptist Chun li t lYro rrniv'Ol' ( with a'l nrr'mn '',,''- and roses' were" iwed, to hlA'h-I' Baptist; Church( of Stnrke in tfr" .
th- United! Diusshters of hon-ve-l 1 Its 14 .s-Mlns! 0:1): n: or \\hilp( tins yltow' light Paints of Interest ) the presence of fie' Immecl-

Confederacy, met Wed- Sunday. !May 29. at the Sunday -IalI'1| ,,: 'I lavender: pom- Shaw home for the ol'caHI0I1'1) hate fairitlirsMl .
I Ins of last week at the: mci'nlim service ,nmM': Orniisp! UilKuins! A dessert course ; s Darby I n uinduue( I
IP rf Mr. and Mrs F. B I The :anions Mit in leservi' tl mother ol! the hinoree presided nl the seven tables beforethey of Bra rd for a covered: dish : pew.. mtrked off with IP \(!" it I the rivstn) punch\ played bridge. Cen.torlntfeneii Is cunvntlv/ employed at
iheonrs and white ribbons and each Presidents Meet At CC Open I louse how, Iv C'nriii" the\ huffet In table wns an arrangement. llolid.,' Inn in StarkI'1'; \
of and roses.
: E. K. Peiryman. presit. was presented with a book clip" rlii i'vj I'oom011 a fan- RiinIMiln( Nobles :graduated: frail Col-
pieslded over the final "At a :Man Thinketh." by I'ri'slili'iit. of StarUr's Junior. (''h milr t<.r (iimnirrriN' .hnnr-1( 1 nriain'cmcnt of After .several progressions amble County high School"

ness session of the year. James Allen from tinpas- |""'111.\ .liilins. lli'ft( )I. '|11'.. .liihns." and Prrsldenl. .. | <>.r the senior. 'avPtT-'pf( pomnoms and white of bridge prizes were awarded in Lnk":: City and nttend-d .

treasurer reported the tor. Hev. W. A, llonan ('ha ullItrhell Iu' Ituforil. :llill'lll'lI.a I arc" 1.11'1111'1',1 l hl'h'Je 'nerved' h:111'. : l ''. I I and yrlli.w; daises. Lake City Junior CnllPKe! lie

unit of $975.88 in the Lef.vman At fl' e o'clock that after- :\ ut till open|' house. )g1en:| last !si .xlay: iirterniiiiii. In Anion-j the 38 guests' wni Tho honoree was presentedwith Is now scrviniwith' tlv

Davis Loan Scho- noon the seniors were honored (In"H new suite. nf. nlllri'H. (Ii;.ui-sln' ui-. .,. Kreeleil, lietwccll Mrs: nt MrHne./ motherof : n lovely white bedspreadfiom United! States N'nvv at OieitLnke 7
hl.'v; fund:! and enough was I with! o dinner at the Garden tin' liuurs ...f1: mill 3 ui, ,.1"1.I mill Imlteil, to. \ 10'\\ Ih. iillnn-, i the bildctrroom-elect.! her" hostesses us a memento .< Tra'nlnu' Centei.' I
I Restaurant The table'' I at the occasion. Lakes. Ill
fund Great
.* I from the general tlncu lira.quartern':( ut tlie corner of Call amt \\'ulnil Thr honoree wns pre scholar- was centered with white hy- We han several drafts in
ni kp 1000. This with ppisonal gift! from prepared rough/
will made avail- I drnnnen-1 in n silver bowl!. Strut.. a Leaston A. Wynn Recent Births
i ;lean I 1: her hoslrsaes RS a memento alli'mpting to express!: our gratitude to the
to! Home deserving stu- nrrnivs'd(l for the seniors by !, of the occasion. Observes 90th tluiusuruls. iif you who voted and worked for
t of Confederate lineage Mis I. O Powell Ofadliateplat' ;Miriam Brannen Miss Reba Starnes'Is I I Mr an.1 Sirs n K lilt[ I' ofGelness'1Ia !
in the hut
I me I recent campaign/ our attempts!
n eh" (bola of officers was I (' cnrds and nankinsmakerf 1i'Mrs. Fitzpatrick Birthday Sunday : '! niinotuiie< the1 hale been feeble and thin fixture we're
Weds R. L. Brown i even
i and the following were 1 t the" seating aITalleI $ Engaged birth of A son, Rlchaid\( Kelly
sen for the year be inV -I mentEniovlns. To James M. Dill Is ComplimentedAt 1 Leaston A. Wynn celebrated JUte Ji on June 5 Mrs afraid will not express our deep and sincereappreciation. I
In October: president.I the dlnn'r'Ith' i Mirlim\ Lucille\ Drannrn I hi- DOth birthday Sunday Hite. the former\ Barbara t .

.. Lester T. Crews; first I the seniors were! Rev W A and Robert\,. I.r-e Drown of Mr an I Mrs II. C. Stnrnes Bridal Shower with. a family ualherlnnnt Davis of Staike. is the In world time and '
1-preMdent. Miss Mad. e Hogan pastor: William\! Jaek,01IIlle werp unlle.1: In his home on Hampton\ eraniidmiptitor: ; of :Mis Gerlt our t'M'rjd.iyorkaday ,
: I George minister of music i of SpiliiK City Tenn an- ;Mrs.: Ronald L. Fil/p.ttrlek t Van Diepen of Stnrke circumstances limit u-, in Retting/ know as! I
Idleton: secon-i vlce-pres- m.uriaru! In KiiiRsland.\ 0.1.on
\l. Mrs George W. Rob- and! education: Mr. and Mrs noiiuc? the engagement! of the tOl'lnerIIK" Kathy Mv- i Lake.With him and Mrs Wynn many people as we would like ti>. So you \t

ij I: secretary Mrs O. L. J V Crosby Mr. and Mrs May :24 \ thcl- daughter Reba Cleo, rick a recent bride was complimented 1 cm IhU. occasion were their Brad foi<1 Comity Hospital might reali/e what a wonderful opportunityit (
brlinlshower !I
is I the djiUKhter with a :
ms. treasurer' Mrs. H. L. Charles! A Darby. Col! and 11Hl'own to Janis Milton Dill of Jack- children and grandchildren. nnnouiices the following has been for us to meet and talk with so
er. registrar Mrs. L. A Mrs Harry Hatcher and Mr off's.. Lucille Ilornshy : sons\ 'ill'on ofIm. and ;Mrs\ Mrs Tuesday L. A. Cas ni'tlit.'Iva. Mr Mr. IIl1il1I's.;\ Ted Duncan ofGainesUlle. births! : many people in the 21 county district.Having )
4,*: historian Mrs. W. H and :Mr_ Allen McLeod I of :SMirK1:;' and the late Russell J. P. Dill, lormcilv of Starke and ;Mis Ruth Mr and MIS." E. :Mr end Mis James A
limit; chaplain. Mrs.! Tho H'nlol''ere: Barbara, E. Ilornsbv. She is employer I now i eliding in Way cross,. P. T Noun, nt the home of tin- M Slhrrnnll" and daufthters.( Wlllitmis Jr. Palatkn. n : des'oled my adult years to business!

lla< IJpsey. The installa- Sue Birksdale. Reeney ) at rood Fir : Ou.I Reynolds latter Center! StreetAnnii'Jtmeuts I Wynn and JennyMr' andMrs daughter! Angela Marie, endealors. I was greatly i impressed duringthe / I,
i service was read by the I Moor. Linda Rae] Rosier.I Mr. Brown( Is employed by Miss SI times is librailan on \ .. ,r. P. Hnzen and dnu hter. Juno 4. campaign with the multitude of opportunities -
ring president. Mrs. Per- Rhem Wilson Toi-Ha Dixon Fruit" flowers Expn-ss InJacksonville. I at Drar't.nd: County IlinhSihoxl of pink I Juv., : and Mr. and Mrs Mr. and! Mrs chniles' Ed- I this area offers. I hope to he able to
Ann Spears Delorps Falpon. :l roseere! used In the partvrooms ) Ocala wareVilklol1.! !stnike' a
tan male- from Leon Shoal! all of : ;
Thrv are Riio! waduated The living\ loom continue, working/ with you on some of these
Pharos DM an. Rodney King. Unl- I Mr\ end Mrs Ted Duncan Jr dnu-rhtcr. Dorothy Mario
'he bistoilan Mrs L. O inn their: home in Stal'ke.PYF East Tennessee State with thin .
banked "
Chile N'ewconib. Donald! mantel'a June 7. :;'
veil pave a brief program I xcisiiy, in Johnson City, nnd sin of Jncksonvllle: Mrand
Jefferson Davis! the first Falcr-n! T nrrv Williams: John Members Tenn :UI'.I i lereived her mas mnaiiolltx leaves nrrannemont and c"ntered ofhvdrai."eas Mr.: ; Joe Wise and chil- I Pauline and I wish you our best. "'e hope
Odom. .:'iid Gllson Silva with an Also at- THE RIGHT POINT for r
dl cif Gnlnesvllle
Sldenr of the Confeder-" ter'degree' from, Ororne en.
that the ahead bring school
A un'lnnd of : years / improved
write Come In and
an1 :Mrs Nollmnn read lave Swim Party I Pcn''>'Jilv Colli'ue! for Teachers tl'n'ilnl1"1'1'; Mr and Mrs 1 way you
increased industrial.
with pink -
Mrs. Drew Reddish fern infeisper-ed' of Theressn weelert your favorite ESTFR-: systems, development, safer
Willis henry
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Father Tenn. I
mem by Ryan l.i Nashville.
Mdiilvns" of the Presbyterian 1 cores I mrroin'1rd\ the )puin\ 'hI and J. T. Quiuley! of Slarko BROOK fountain prn. TELE- and better highways: a fairer portion of
fine ten members and two', Presents PupilsI 1\1' Hill ,iradualpd: from, I bowl. ind extended! down the I
J fishermen
: Youth Fellowship enjoyed Telegraph the retail dollar to our farm families and -
ists WEre present on this Stitsivj' 11111\/, /sit V in Deland,' the table
| length of
a hnmbur.ver fry and I and that something" / done to top this
aslon.!! I I Mrs ,' Reddish,! present- and j l.s i.n nerounlnnt tenth dinlni- Harris-Starling
'I Games were\ played
III II l ed her, plnno pupil. In 11'1.- swim party Sunday afternoon SmoK., I 11.1\'j" & Nixon of f THE BRADFORD ever (IIIicJ.enlninflation./ .

ipp-Hickman tal lust'homo Thursday on Searing evening street lither 1 ; in the Lake Guv summer Anlrt'ws'Klnaley home. 1 Jacket ii\'l11e.' the awe,dld exi'tilnu to( nnd the prl/e.s winners were I Mr of and Staike': Mrs. announce Ileiman liarris the COUNTY TELEGKAPII ,Again we thank you for letting us participate !

igagement Told the I As-Klii.j I j:, Mi. and Mix Gifts wile' presented to the" I apprcviel.lnn) $ inarilaKe' of Published: every Thursday in the democratic process. We hopeto
| Appearing on pl'Og"1I111wet.p W. I-I. Grahams tea cait whl'h
Debra Prpvatt." Donna, Andrews, serving the 16 honoi'e.'ml a their daughter Kitty to at 138 %V, Call St., !see you all again/ real soon.' (
;,P of Law ley nnnounc:' Payne\ Randy Chitty. Barbara -1 and Mrs Malcolm dccoiatcd! with and Mrs: Flem Starling$ of Thank you most of all my fellow Floridiansfor
i approaching marriage ol f I Vnlin I
fir daughter. Olorla Dine Judy Brabham, and June HarI will honor their son Lt hostesses presented place Saturday. June 18. at publisherSecond HO that democracy may live.
to Edward O. Hickman,I dy. At the conclusion of the Dance Revue I IjgI! I Bank Graham with an the brio with a silver bud R p. m. In Grace Methodist class postage; paid
Hopewell Junction. N. Y. program/ June and liobrn' open house on Sunday June vase as a memento of the occasion Chimh. Lawtey. with a reception at Starke Fla. SINCEHEI.Y.Cecil ,
the veddinflt will take' ;:.played a duet "Olowworm." I Barbara Popprll Thompson 12 from 3 to 4 o'clock at St. .. They also nave! her \ following in the Sunday -
ce Saturday afternoon ', After the program Mrs : will present The Uaibara Mark's parish house and her mother. Mis noheitMvrlck School looms of the Subscription "'-ate.:
ne 11. at 2 o'clock in E.er- Reddish, served refreshments S11'I"1: l of Dance. in a ievu All lends\ end te'ative'-' '. white pompom cor- churi'li In trail. nrea: $3.30 per A. & Pauline Kennedy R

,ten Baptist Church. Law-. to the pupils and their! FI'ld.1I't R p m In the are ln\.ted; to attend. !, especially ael.Flft! All trlends! .. and relatives of year: $2.00 nix months.
". All friends and relatives parents with the ns..HI'm'I'of Uiiiil'jif! !, Hluh Scliool. audltoiium th.' Hi' idfouScliool \ 111111, \ .fh'e Kiiests' were' Invited the couple are invited; to attend Outside trade area: $1.00
i invited to attend. I her" mother. 11'g.V. H. Kilwards. : 1. i )graduates: of 19t0.i (; \. to attend. ,. per year; $2.25 six months (Pol. AJv Paid for by Cecil A. Kennedy)

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----. Big Flag DayCeremony Timothy. avld. Andrew Stephen Attend New Methodist II I Train I minut'. as the limit a train
I 1,200 I EngineerIs
r1i11S Junior Ht and Mark Dixon all of II can take passing tin ougii>

Set Starke; three brothers. Na- Minister Is NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED Starke and Chief Rosaei

than and Alvin] Dixon both of BHS Graduation CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY ArrestedBy says IIP intends to enforce it
Elk's ClubPlans
,, Blackshear; Joseph Dixon of I Assigned Here until something, Is done about

under to Okeechobee; seven sisters Mrs. Twelve] hundred parents. and City Police the bug and:! needless] delays
are < way Rev. V. J. Rassiale] was -
Evel] Altmun Mrs. Sadie Os- I that is causingthe
the Bradford thing
relatives overflowed One !
make this year's Flag Day I scheduled to arrive here SCHOOL NEWS ''al'e I asked to please cooperate
teen, and Mrs. Jane Walker slowness] is 5
High School auditorium I present: a
observance a "Demon tratlon Thursday from Matacombe.near Summer, school will begin L with these activities. I Continued from Page Onel)
all of Blackshear] Ga., Mrs. I to limit on the
last Friday night see grad mph speed
for America. Charles Hutch- the development I The Choir Union will be
Key West. to begin his Monday June 13, for -
Exalted Dorothy McGowan, Mrs. Linni /- 'uation exercises for the huge 'then told: Rosser he would trains because of repair work
eson Ruler of Starke slgnnH-nt of the and enrichment; held June 19 at Greater Allen ]-
as pastor
Bollard Mrs. Ida. Jordan chief
174-member Class of 1966. not mothe cars The t.estle.
Elks] Lodge No. 1802. announ- First Methodist Church. He' of all students atten: lng,.H ] Chapel] Church at 3 p. m on a
I and Mrs. Odesel] Gill all of
It was the largest graduat- he may also Issue a "The chief susBtsted that
ced yesterday." < I asked to please I The public is Invited to at-
Jacksonville. and Mrs. Ragsdale] will ocCUpy Parents are
Hutche-son said( the local] I ing class the school] has ever complaint' against the conductor the number of cars any engine -
Funeral] services were held the parsonage on Rai- cooperate with the childen! I tend.
I than the 168- heard
hadeight more since he has pull be limited to
] car.
la in
lodge nationwide
Joining a -
them to the Greater Bethlehem] FreeWill
at 2:30: Wednesday In the 1064. Accord- ford Road. They have one In transporting
p.m. member Class of have been Incharll
program. led by Elks that he may 100 or the number that can
Church with mairled son and one son in school they will be attend- Baptist: Church will
I ]lodges, to .show support for Airpark Baptist Ing to BHS Supervising Principal of the train while It safely] puss; by in five min-
Guidance I'rogrllm democratic Institutions and< to I Rev. E. L. Griffis officiating: Connie Clark, however, college. ing. close revival: services Friday was stopped to switch cars. utes.
assisted by Rev. Leroy Olive, the honor will be short lived; Rev. and Mrs. John R. AOULT EDUCATION night. June 10. The pastor at
David Hurse. BUS the The ir.oblem] came up relief
athletic protest antl-democralc ]
"Unlass; we Ret some
I Rev. Walter Lee, and Rev. the 1967 class is expected to Brabham and: children The Adult Education class] : and officers wish to thank: '
director, has also been serving I tactics\ employed 'by fanatical] the council meeting Tuesday from these trains there will
Raymond Hall.Interment exceed 200. Johnnj. Judy, Jimmy Joe. will continue for the monthof those who helped make this
as guidance director for the extremists In the name of night when Merrill McMillansaid : be warrant issued every
i a
was in Crosby The welcoming address was and Jefl, left Thursday! for Juno at Pleasant Grove I evl val a success.
Junior High School during the pence. the ]long:; stops mae:! by time a crossing is blockedover
Lake Cemetery under the direction given by James Edward Douglas Mr. Brahham's new assign- Church in Pleasant Grove Daily Vacation Bible]
1965-66 school "We Intend to invite all constitute afire "
year. pa- the trans now five minutes. the chief
of DeWitt C. Jones I ] a high honors graduate, ment to Davie Community community. All students are School will also] be In pro- I
While in the process of triotic people of our commun-I I Funeral Home. I and the 1965-66 student 'body Church in Fort Lauderdale.] asked to continue to cooperate cess. The director asks all'] hazard He suggested an- warnt'' i.
molding] the Tornadoes into ity to join In 'a great demon- other station on the east side: I
president. Senior Class Presi- Mr. Brabham has been I In this activity. Classesare parents to please /Ret their
the Championship Team which stration for America. Hutch- I of the:! tracks and the council CARD OF TIUNKS
Boat Registration dent John Leslie Bradley] Jr., pastor here for five yeats I held each Monday and children out at 9 a. m. Friday -
eson said. "It is time that
captured the State Class A we agreed to Investigate We sincerely! mateful
honors the had nlshts. Adults are for registration.-Dea. L. are
who an graduate, gave and! been eleted] presi- Tuesdiy
football crown he also served are opposed to destructive -I cost of construction. for
and neighbors
Stickers On Sale to friends
violence] that threatensthe farewell address. dent of the Starke Rotary invited to attend.BECRE.tTON C. McCutcheon, reporter:
the need of some 650( students and Rev. R. B. AIcBlaln] pastor i iI Club for the coming year NEWS Rev. L McKay. pastor.Jelovah's Several] council members. their many kind acts of sympathy -

'as guidance director. Nation safety stood security of such our I Tax Collector J. R. Kelly I of the St. Mark's Episcopal] before his transfer was Th Reno Recreation Softball : Witnesses of the as well as McMillan and i during our sAd bereavement. -
The problems of our youngsters tactics by either up the ]left or announces that new boat registration Church, delivered the invocation i known. He has also been boys: will journey to Starke North Unit congregation Chief Rosser cited cases! These thoughtfulacts

-- academic behavior attendance the right. By remaining: silentwe stickers are now on I and Charles Reese of active in Scout work and Jacksonville Saturday: ::! to !lave returned from athreeday when they had timed trains have been a treat

scheduling] or personal encourage these extremistson sale] and reminds! boat owners| the First Christian Church I II other civic activities duringhis play a game of softball. : convention at that o'ocked crossings! for\ source of comfort in our sorrow -

], received the personal] a course that can only lead that their present registration I the benediction. I stay in Starke. DEATH Balnoridse.: Ga. ]last week- over 20 minutes .- Mis[ Emma Mott and

attention of Mr. Hurse. ; to the destruction of Americaif expires June 30. Ceremonies also included a The Brabhams were hon- Corporal\' ] Arthur Broxton end. Clifford Coley presiding! A cilv ordinance sets five I familv .

The system of refereal used it is not halted." Boats up to 12 feet requirea 12 1: short talk ,by Superintendentof ored with a farewell covered Jr. was killed in action on minister of the unit said:!,

in the Junior High brought, Planning: for the Flag] Day minimum $1.50 license; Public Instruction Thomas I dish supper in FellowshipHall June 2 at 2:30: p. m. in Viet "1 am sure our friends andneighbors TRAVEL AGENCYFor
16 16 to 26 feet,
to feet $5.50;
these problems to his attention L. Casey Jr. The traditional], I
event i la In charge of a committee Wednesday night sponsored Nam. He is the husband of will benefit from
each day and they received with J. D. Doyle as: $10.50; 26 to 40 feet, $30.50.( ; roll call of the class for each' by members of the !Mrs. Louise Broxton of 822 I the Information we brought Full Information and Reservations on S. S. Hanseatlc
his best eflort at all times.It and 40 to 65 feet, $50.50.C. I member to stand and be I
chairman, and the observancewill recognized Women's Society. In ]leaving North Street. Starke. Corporal back with us. CKflSKS] :; AmUSES SHIPS! -HOTELS

takes a different tech- be held 'at 2 p.m. Sundayat I was the high point of'I Stark'-!, they carry the best ] Broxton will be burled GIRL SCOUT MEKTIXOTh I BILL AND LARETTA BURNS HARRIMAN\

nique adequately to cope with the Elks] lodge on N. Temple I T. Whittle the exercises. wishes of their many frlenjs.::! in Arlington National Ceme- Girl Scouts will meet

all the problems Junior High Ave. The public Is invited. Senior academic award win- tery. Mrs\ Broxton will be Saturday: June 18 in Room I

youngsters face and at the Hutche.son pointed out that Services Held ners are: QB Club Drive present for the ceremony. 22 at RJE All Scouts are 'W1fI &zm2

same time produce the State'stop Flag Day. June 14, Is the 189th Knglish Renee Belote] and Date for the rites has not asked to; be pivsent, and on

high school] football team. anniversary of the birth of Jimmy Douglas.] For Members Set .
of Bessent been set.CIU'RCIf time at ]10 a. m. 601 Laura St. 330-6371 Travel Inc.
David Hurse J C. T. Whittle MathematicsKaren Lee.
proved capableIn the U. S. Flag. It was on that NEWS

both areas. This helps to date In 1777 that the Continental i Road. died May 5. after an Social] Studies Jimmy Quarterback Club Membership Greater: Allen Chapel AME, __n -
dispel] the thought that foot I extended! Illness. Burial was Douglas]
Congress adopted a resolution I Chairman Ralph] Church Rev. L. A. Sampson ,
ball coaches are interested ] in Rochelle( Ga. on May 7. Business EducationKaren I
on- authorizing the design Bryan his announced July] 1 pastor: Sunday School] at 10
Jy in one phase of the school of the Stars Survivors are his widow Hansen I
and Stripes as as the< date for the 1966-67 with Supt: F. B. Delestre in
program.For the national] ensign. I Mrs. Eva Lou Whittle two Art Bobble Sue Barksdale] membership drive to get un JACKSONVILLEBUSIWESSDIFIECTORYParrish
charge:: Morning\ service at
Whittle Jr. and and Karen Lee.Muslc".Jeflry.
sons, Cordy
a Job well done I would .
::. derway.He 11 with the Junior Church In'I IchRrpe. ,'
like to commend I Joseph and three daughters Jackson.
Hurse Newnan C. Molt also said that preliminary There will be a panel] ,
Mar- Science Jeff Novak.
Lou Nell Susan and
for his contribution to the indications are that the discussion led by Miss Au-| ANTIQUES 'HEARING:: :' AID PET SHOP
tal school during Services Held I garet. Lendel ship Medal tradition-
program I I new $10 membership fee with
to-I drey Gilffln. Evening serv-i
ally presented to the student
year. ___ ', all its extras! will give new i I THE
At Brooker il'e11I be held at 6 m.
I INe Jax Youth body president-Jimmy DoUg- I p. \ ANTIQUES I For Best In Hearing SeeSONOTONE-
members for their
]las. more The message. [ will be delivered Kongo Pet Shop

Jeff O. Sellers nan C. Mott 79. of Escapes From Clvitan Scholarships] .Tom-, money than in previous by Rev L A. Sampson. Bought-Sold- Appraised I| I Pond I Ins Miltese: -Lla-sns

Funeral Services Brooker.) died Tuesday. May my Johnson and Dorothy Mix- years.It Weekly services are as follows FurnitureChina Glass] POODLE GROOXIXO

31, after an extended Illness. Near Drowning on, $250 each.Governor's was decided at the last : Silver -Brass-Oil PaintingsOne OF" .JACKSONVILLE Sweaters Collars Tags,

Held TuesdayJeff Mr. :Mutt was born near Scholarships] Quarterback Club meeting to Senior Choir rehearsal I'lece house I Pet Supplies

Providence::! In 1887 and later Pullel! from the water Unconscious Johnny Tye and Tommy John include] ''n the price of mem- each flist and third Tues or u Full "The Strongest and Smallest III rds-Fish-I limisteraDairy .

Owen Sellers 54. a lived In the a Jacksonville bership the following items: ,i Hearing Aid in the World"Only
Hellbronn 8n. $100 each. day nl ht. Prayer meeting Ina Ward Antiques I & Sun 10-8 P.M.
lifelong] resident of Starke. Sprlrm! section before movIng youth. Drwavnp Adams, was Santa Fe Junior Scholar Two tickets to each of the I Thursday night! ; Junior: ('f). Hearing" Aid :Male Closed Tuesday

died Saturday afternoon at : to Brooker In 1940. revived at Strickland's Landing shipLarry Gladieux. It was following: church meeting each Mon- 3572 St. Johns Ave. :22: West :MonroeJacksonville 939 Herlong] Rd. Normandl<<

his home following an extended Surviving' are his widow. Ti'psday,! afternoon by the first grant awarded by the 1. Annual] Football Ban- dnv nt "> n m All] memhP-s Jacksonville 387-1379 r 333-1163 Section
illness Mrs. Emma Mott of Hollister. friends ns a near drowning, new college and covers books, quet. I full Collect, 'v. Jacksonville] 781-2800/

Mr Sellers, was born in two sons, J. R. Mott of was! averted tuition, and fees. 2. Spring; Sports Banquet. Mrs. Tate Alvarez] Thursday' .

Duval County on Sept. 15. Brooker. and Marshall Mott The 17-year-old high I Southern Scholarship] and A blaring: red Tornado Tie I Little Mary Louise' Walter- I' Auto Sales & Service IIOKIIY SHOP PI A\OS-ORGAXS:'

1911. H? was a retired farmer I of Cleat water: three dau h- school senior. on a class] par- Research Foundation Scholar- for the' men.A son. daughter of :Mr And Mrs. I

and attended the Starke ters. Mrs. E. W. Wilkinson ty at Kingsley Lake was shipJimmy Douglas. lapel] pin for the ladies. I Freddie Watterson Is a patient WESTSIDEVolkswagen I FIELDSHOBBY Mason & Hamlin Pianos

Church of God. of Hollister: Mrs. Jack Sim- pronounced In good condition Three more scholarships] Bryan also said:! that he in Bradford County Hammond Organs

mons and Mrs. C. H. LaYfield though a little sick when presented by the Daughters was encouraged by preliminary Hospital. We wish her a Inc. SHOP Inc. :Magnavox Organs

Surviving are his 'widow. of Gainesville 15 he was! brought to the Brad- of the American Revolution sales] prior to the regular ,speedy recovery. I "You Get A Good Deal" At-
Carrie Bell Sellers three ; grandchildren AUTHORIZED DEALER
daughters Evelyn] Linda., and and one greatgrandchild. ford County Hospital by am- for $250 each are to be announced openlnj' of the membership A Complete Line of

Anna Marie Sellers; four bulance.] It was not determined I later. drive. LOANSTO I SalfOfX] / Parts. Boat & Airplane Builders Sup- F. O. MILLER flf4:9.
] how Adams became In last week's commencement -
Service WW : ,
Body Shop olles Specializing in Radio
James Funeral services ...
sons 0.. Marvin A., were heldat I I <00 .
unconscious but he was on issue, Jeff Novak was I ,., ,, _.
AND Controlled Models "11" II 0' r r"" "
] 2:30: '" "
Glen I.). and Clayton Sellers p. m. Thursday In the bottom when two boys listed as graduating with ternoon at the home otfr.: I Open 8 a.-8 p.m.

all of Starke; and three the Brooker Baptist Church I This and Mrs. J. R. Kelly on Bed :5 s p.m. Sat.- -Closed Sunday arid Equipment .Jt.'k..n. lIIe
found him while diving! and ors. was an error / I I
brothers. Columbus] CliftonE. with Rev. James Temple officiating ford Lake Saturday afternoon. ANY ALLHomeowners I II
brousht the youth to the should have been included] 11.50 LANK AVE. SOUTH Open Evening/ till 9 P.M.:
., and Robert N. Sellers all assisted by Rev. surface. those graduating with hon-I Abuot 30 guests enjoyed the i Phone Jacksonville 381.3141 I .
of Lawtey. I LonnIe Parker. Interment honors afternoon. The young people 602 So. Edizewood SAWSPEARSON'S
Funeral services was in Dyal] Cemetery with Bv HIP time an ambulance enjoYed- swimmim- __nn dnrlnor____-0 fha_.._ I MotorsSALES Jacksonville 388-8662
were held]
I from DeWltt C. Jones Funeral afternoon.Mr. I .
Wilson Funeral] Home of I UP TO
at 2 p. m. Tue-day at the ] Home reached the scene Saw & KnifeS
and Mrs. Lavon
Lake City in charge. at Keystone. Crosby
graveside In the Lawtey
Adams had been revived. It and children of Brunswick S,\ & SERVICE
Cemetery with Rev. The Lake City Senior Citi- ,j 5000.00 :Men's & Hov'sVeai:
Williams and Rev Laurie L. S. Rites Held For Is thouttht. he was not under zens Club whose membershipis Ga. are spending a week with I SERVICE (Sjtvct) ALL TYPES OF SAWS
verv long.The relatives] here. r.\UTS 5027()::! Broadway Ave
over 100 gave a rousing 1st and 2nd .'i1ORThGESAnywhere
RlcKlnney officiating Interment "Quality Clothes] for :Men an
youth Is! the son of H. Mr. and I .
Mrs. Vernon Tay .Yark onvllle EV 4-3181
welcome to the large delegation ] -
was in the family Mr. Dixon 58 G. A1am 137 E. 18th St. I ]lor of Jacksonville were sup- in FloridaBalance 32 Years As A Dealer Hojs !Since 1919"
plot under! from Bradford County Your Budget '
:: direction of De- Jacksonville. her Always Good Used Cars SEWING: ;MACHINES
per guest of :
Witt C. Jones Funeral Home. at a covered dish supper and and I Mri. Lois parents ('on..ollelllte0111' BUN I 921 Laura St. Jacksi>n\IIle Van Heusen' Stetson Hats

Owen G. Dixon, 88, died entertainment on May 26, Newman \r'1 I have' One I'n 'ment Only Phone 356-5654 :MrGregor[, Gold Cup Sox

Monday morning at his home\ SENIOR CITIZENThe held at the Teen Town recreation day night. U..ltll''our I'n 'IH..nt", 50% I Complete Formalcar lifiitalXounqfllcn'sShop] SINGER ACT. ZIGZAG

in Starke after a sudden ill hall in Lake City. Harvey Edwards and Rich-j I I 'Automatic Transmission( Like New In 4 Dr. Cabinet

ARE TERMITES ness.! A native of Blackshear, Senior Cltziens' first Happy birthday greetingsto ard Dennlson were visitingMr. I Sold New over $300

Ga. Mr. Dixon had operated i! picnic of the season will beheld H. R. Barnes. 76 of Key- and Mrs. T. N. Norman Borrow I Pay Low As AutomaticTransmissions | ILl I. S72 or $3.00 Per Morntl)

DESTROYING a barber shop in Starke several at the home of Mr. anJ: stone Monday.
Heights: Mrs. lisa Ideal Sewing Center
$1.000 $22.61!
Mrs. Rubye Dickens is a !
Mrs. Joe &
Werner Lake
YOUR HOME? years. He was a memberof on Hansen 78 Melrose; and -- 3 fI) :Main' Corner Iu\u]
patient In Bradford County I : ALL MAKESNew
the Airpark Baptist Church, Geneva. Mrs. Elva] Scott 68. of Key- $2,000 $ .l7.iO Motor ExchangeBIG J.,,'kson\'ll1e
and had lived here for the All members participating stone.A Hospital.] We wish her a speedy' and Used Machine
TREE $3,000( $71.70()
'I I I 848 Cassat Ave.TKACK .
past 11 years.Surviving will meet at the Keystone recovery. --- BIG WALT
candlelight ceremony was Mr. and Mrs. Frank Norman () $!IO.W: ( .Iark..nnIlle 311'1-5071
INSPECTIOdw is his widow Heights Beach at 11 a. m. on $.1.000 Remanufactured Transmissions :MOTORCYCLESHONDA()
performed in honor of Mr.
Thelma G. Dixon, of Starke I II June 14. It is understood that were visiting relatives] In I ---
; $ jO) : Motors
and Mrs. Joe Werner and Mr. Jacksonville :) ( () I $117.05 t t SERVICE
I I'three daughters, Mrs. Lynn I each will bring his own Saturday night. : By Quality Craftsman
and Mrs. Tom Hansen. who :Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Norman
Fulton of Arlington, Texas; lunch.It I'aynwnt'. Im-liidr Credit Life" 2097 W. Beaver: St.
_.. Mary and Dixon I have been married::! 55 and 52 spent part of last week visit- RA Y'STRACK
Ginger both was reported that Mrs anti Disability Insurance
Jacksonville, 3dJ- 771
years respectively. Color Ing relatives In Lakeland and :MOTORCYCLES:
of Starke; eight sons. Mose Isobel Firth is progressingwell :Mortgage Loan Dept. SERVICEPoi
539 E. Cafl 961-3963 G. of Arlington Texas; Phil after her eye operationand photographs were taken of Lady Lake. All
I :Madols:
MURSON. INC. Nothing Down Track Press ServiceI
R. of couples to be placed In Mrs. Pearl] Norman of Wal] CASU'EKS
lip Fairbanks Alaska] ; is now in her own home '
A\i :Mei[ chants .
ISO Cory nm Green Stamps \
1; William O. of Md. our Remembrance Book. do wall visiting Mr. and Mrs. I i lug!
Aberdeen ; | ,, Visitors at the last meeting Tiillle Norman, Tuesday. Wesley St. Petersburg; Bench, Florid Cribbs Campers Open 8 A.to: 7 1'1.MondayFriday : r>cel Bulldozers! & Crawlers!

included] Mrs. Ruby Cappock, :McRae was visiting them Call Collect Diry or Night ""'e'll Keep 'em Rolling"

I [TO'U: : ( $ NG H'G' 1 Mrs. Ruth Johnson. and Mrs. Wednesday. St. I't't..r"burc l Del-Rey Campers 8 AM: to 6 I' :\1. 7287::! \\". Beaver

1 LouUa come again Cain! We Welcome are always and man Joe are Sapp spending and Gerald two] weeksIn Nor- Ask for Mr. Murasso I II II Shasta TraitorsSkamper Saturday CLOSED< and Sl'MJXY Wednesday JA"k.nnvll1p" 38B-4B21

delighted to have visitors at Fort Stewart.Mr. 894-0116 Convertibles] :MOTORS &: CYCLES TROPICAL FISH_
I all of : and Mrs. Tate Alvarezand I
l ; our meetings. _' 4949' Blandinn Bl.dJjrksoni MERMAIDAQUARIUMS
'GOCHEVRON1. : grandchildren wer3 visiting wily" Trades-Blink Financing
Mail A
I I I I ille 771-8311::!
-_..- : ,YYY? T TTTTBavless ., their son-in-law] anddaughtt'r. Name _____ I II 0408 San; Juan Ave.
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Mr. and Mrs. :\ur-I Jacksonville 388-9348
ray In. Jacksonville Sunday. II| City_____-_---_-.-.-- '----------I| :.MUSIC Complete Aquarium Supplies
I HiwayBy Walter Alvarez of Macclen- - -I CHAIN SAWSMiddleburg Imported Fish All Specie.

ny visited his parents Mr. and II I CftLL OR COME BY

]Mrs. O. E. Crosby ------- .....,Ii F_.....,... I Chain I Paulus Music Co. Mon -Sat 10( am. to 6 pm.
: Sunday: 2 to 6 pm.
Saw Sales
ry V T T T TT T TYDon.t We O"ll'rny Fish Available
II 0 :M H' LIT E I Dand & String Instruments
911 S. Edsrewood" Ave.
forget PreparationDay Now can Money :Makin' Chain Saws Gibson Guitars & Amplifiers .1".k.nm'11t"! 1I1I.)4n4)
for Dally Vacation buy School
Bible] you SALES & SERVICE: SuppliesInstruction,
I I"i School] will be held at Bayless Roberts Recorders '
Parts and Repairs All :Makes i WESTEHSTOnE:
Hiway Church Saturday after :Music .
Stock Fund
Investors Toro & Yazoo Power :MowersRt.
noon at 5:30: Every child be-I 21 Middleburg 282-5050 Repair Department LITTLE DUDE
the ages of 3 through
18 is invited to attend. The I for2parnonth !* 41 "'. :Monroe St. Western Store

school will begin :Monday at 'ELECTRIC :MOTORS' ( Jacksonville 335-8447 "Where You'll Find
6.30: pm. and will run for
3310: Bench& IS I vd. For the Horse
eight nights. If you need trans- Now you can aecomalate mutual fund shares on a regular Peavy Brothers Enthusiast"

portation call 061-0033. We monthly payment plan! to fit your family budget. Electric Co. Jacksonville 393-3091 Western Clothln:; Leather-

would like to have 100 child With payments) of $20 a month-'after an initial goods. Saddles] and Trailers
I ren in the school Is $tO shares of Investors
possible. payment-yo* caa acquire IW.ECTIUC :Morons8oldScrvicedRepalred Charles! & Sharon Petty

:Mr and Mrs. Don Newman Stock Fund 3l1S1CInsrumentsMARVIN: :( 902 So. FrtsewooJ
/ Ave.
hosts This i> a mutual fund designed to provide long.
were at a fish fry at Oenerators-Starters JarltsomlMp 38I-I21Q
term capital well
their home last appreciation possibilities aa as a
Friday< night. reasonable income. Alterations "

Those enjoying the evening For full details (proopectusea' ) of Investors\! Stock Armature Rewinding" I KAY'SMusic WELL DRILLING
with Mr. and :Mrs
Newmanwere Fund aid the new Investors Accumulation Plan- 4044 Lenox Ave
Mr. and :Mrs. Jerry Dyal] Jacksonville 387-2528 Center PARTRIDGEWell

and family. Mr. and :Mrs. :
Chevron-ga.oline.!! put that Young-Ho spirit 'In your carl Fender Cr..tsch 4 Vox Guitars
Kenneth Ellxlaon and son, Mr. CALL YOUR FLOOR COVERING Drilling Co.
B.cau .,any tint. you want to tak. off,Chevron' with you STANDARD and Mrs. Leo Richardson and King! flatten and Selmer

-all the way I Get t Chevron the Standard Oil sign. OIL family :Mrs. Carolyn Kurlmay \:::: / ; MAN TODAY! '< \, Looking for Band Instruments ROCK Complete* .\RTE Electric] I.\X Water WELLS

and children.1': and Mrs. Ludwig Slingerland! Rogers\!
JOE (Ski) VALINSKIPhone I better carpets} Systems:\
,. .mirkl' CHEVRON .nd CHEVRON OC3IQN* Harold] Crews and family Joe I Iat' Drums IRRin.\TIOV

Sapp and Rev. B. T. Peavy. 964-4075 visit Rental. & Repairs on ALL FlI.FL.iCJNO:'\

Mrs. O. E. Crosby and Mrs. 532 South Street J. it 8S60 Hyde Grove Ave.

K. G. DUNCAN AGENT Jule Crosby entertained the I I 400 :MAIN ST. Jacksonville
314 HOGAN, d.wowi, Jacksonville '
Young People and Intermediate H 353-0935 Call Collect 3891438P.II

STARKE FLA. Sunday School classes] with -.
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a hamburger try Saturday aX.I - :: J Ja 0_____



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rorvr'V TF1.F nAPn. T"nRv. FTORin .. ..... -
'" '-. -'.
THURSDAY, .ItTNB B. 19(58RECREATION( I IGadufn h'III11.) \M.nv llPli" 'n\ !-> '.; s.. r "...",(?< .. ",:;
and hope this si urine GraduatedAt : !
4 for 5. Carolyn t tDyal. J1I banned 33 UpttJi :.ID 1111 v', VP\/ "in
the Std out was i rctliedtiounced bi'stel 1. ; r
will be tile Wttirobert SIl; :
the at- i r Ann'
i Belly
4 pacing Tyson.
04rdeu Lawtey I: 4 lor H1 1 1 teglstrntbn: will be on ;Mon- Wuilr.. h; n : ;
I Inn had( RJE HighTh lie '
I Rt",.".. lCin 24-u wuh the 4tu tacit. lloliiny b/:! Ginger llivis! <.lay Junr. 13. Home: of thu James; Whltl"v. Sit. 11 I lisiiWilliam I "nlfEIGU33! 1 'gft: ..",'..ji:>.':'''''; '' .:. ...
their big> hits piuPrt \ ,
NEWSI anj 5th being 3 for I, and Coiky Al.cn. 3'r nany events will be Archc.v -1111'1'0 mduntes 10coUrd \ .;. Lorenz:: WIH..IMIS! l, ,;
I innings by scoring 7 runs I 4, I j tic Rifle, Arts and Crafts. diplinn.i' ..it UNan- thin two from i.riull: p.tuna.< i ...
each frame for Schedule forJun.3 Tursdnv. 3hull!t ( boar-t Tethl'I'I),'11 nual oinmomi'ni nl pxriri( \ I lion uii'lMon\ : Ann.c Itn,liLini' t. :

Bantam Baseball LeagueSouthern McCU-ilan: a single. ]\ in a wattle to determinethe :7 nd lloi.sc''iops;\ These It I'l'IlIb I ut HJE UlMh\ School< uymnn.slum ; :. and Jai'cii".lit* OU I i !
of the : ,
Discount chalkedup 2nd place finish N JIIIY'I' FlsvievB, vs IlurslShell a liw of the! many Item / Well1w"dlt.1,1 ht I Marshall. .I
anoth'ICtOl'y, beat''n Southern Discount won an 1st half Noegcl'a knocked oft m.. In sun!! for the kids Wi''" June ITh'I. Tho iinniiul Hi: (il.ui. ,'rat:>1 \\.1"
| \ pxcltlm game over If C'I Pest Control 6-1. Naesel'sM'uiPd ; 7:30: p special events on'd I. eme'it ..idrliT ", t II'I i( Charley ,
Johns Oil by a slight margin::! Clotclman Gulf vs lava omtnpii ( 1 Hcitiiou Ini HIP .1 I ..Inn.its4in 1:
In the .
Wall 10 to 0. Southern scnr-I 1 In the 2nd. Mini I will liuUdo 1.0tshowt' bv Rev 'iiInf. ,. .
IdYl< Sinirliiv m 7:
was abattl ( ,, C\c'1.vl'I''rl\ ( delivered \
Fof 12-11:.! This game 9!) m.Srherhtle s 'Vii" was:
: while Pcu Inn p E.Johns i/.L
Lend In the 4th films .
.' to the end when! Mc- ed 10 tuns t on 7 hits 3icl and : for Tue day,1 ; ', doll allows a A. Cl'irk\ of Aniioch! J aptlst I May all. ill III) n( e( ,nek INHov Nnil On .
icfe homer in the bot- Ing hitters were aictlovornwith Control! scored its only run 11 I1't'i'NI' 1, and! even n.itu Itikes. i' Church Port WliltoMoiltu C. C Ruins! ,,.t i I'r I ci "
hit a :
: u. ;i doubles and in the final inninuMNL Holiday We gUill'IU'tl'the vale-I H.uHlsl/ Cull (c i. ,,1 I JUNE 14
tom 01' the eighth lanlnj; STANDINGS: Huist Shell vs IIrcl ; : Jenkins, rliss Zion ;
: I 1'! they
2 singles 1'alLel'bOnl\ kciin-.teih, that :
with Nanny'sflowers (
\ m. '' on "I'll Aimi'-tiiic. i'
: p 1'0'0'1'
win. I Iwon-lostl I : Inn I.,11'kel'urh cllctoilnn
First Half tlic 1$ I
was Wall Jot: II I) run Gulf onk,tu toi fun and COy '
The losing pitcher 140Noege1's \ vs Goodman ChallPvu]\ : for AH.
Restaurant Ua-! : creation -
\ R Special
hltteis were iird! hear
anti Leading used ,
Brook' '. toi Johns: all double and JoHns 10-5: Pest Contril, I u p. inSchedule, arlmn.l Summon PI'OotI'UI11w1l1 / Jackgon, salutatorian a" Infant Akridge .1..a
[ winning, pitcher was Mci with u for Tuesday June "- "The Limp) T.' Hi
the his
Level, 7-7: Lawtty" thin.Vt'! topic
i Oee for\ Southern Discount with n :;Inlll('. 8-7:; Pine 21 : be Just the : tc ,, ;Mii'.l'-al, numb'sI', \'(- pi"- Uu 'I n l.eI' A'rid"I"I III'a:' i i 'I,I GEORGE T. ii bout this: question!!! :
had 9 hits And 11 814Last Na.iry F.oweis: vs Holiday t>n".u.nm: : the n.ll': nmlChoms of :Mr. 1\111\ I 11 1, I': I.Akild"0 I. '
J>.ins completed to' the on:
had nr() troub'ebeatlm neck's play ', ineh children, down : rented "Hair beautifying) $; at home
Lav ley Goodman 0 FiHr> in iaalnp i
Southern Discount 7:30 in. Fnspin filed la: t \
curl! schedule, Inn : p and the Girls
runs hbe
National bya the fii t half of the and tlch>atc IUJGGU burned hair.
.. had 8 hits on 12 runs. Dls- liberty( for the second Gulf v..< Hurst hcll.:'; ( 9pmSL'MMFR rrKistoc pa arUdLle: ble D.plomas wee present'ct l 'I . result in
7 inns league play day
hlu ns ""1'(' scorn of 7-0, getting: and PROOU\M ] oiicnli-u Snpt'rimtendeat I ol several I WI'IkH! \ loss of hair. or sculp in-
leidin' illness :
count I underway Baleen T. L. Casey Jr I !
dou- will get Oas by
sot a halt wl.l: Include
Thomas, S with 2 singles on 6 hitc Brown 20.OIES'S The Parks nnd Recreation uhli-h\ All of Public Instruction ; was bent in Slnikc on\ ,M.iuh I Muulfoul mintun!- .juiU-s. If itshould occurin
21 June !
Dennett other surpilscs>
single, Monday.: : and
Kl ble ana a th it
with a homer an l Department will begin: low .\t.t'nt6l15 professional salon
cullural ;
McOre SOFTILiLLLEiOI'E!" 1-6 art of the KraauaUnH : a l
; !
double.Liberty \\ In grades Mrmbcis! 13.
fand itoio
Johns'Ra:7ns singles! a at Pratt St ;-oiini.;" Iv< i isiirvlvpd
herd with. 2 singles ; summer!' piosi'am Lonnie Bm'berMelvin Be-ldev; his vents: would likely result in alawsuit
National had 1 hit class! were:
: hitters were Brooksilth Center! \ on June 13 by Ills> ninii' nil A.KS.'; Do
) : Bennett The wlnnlnnpitrhei Aclifii in the women's \ t.ieme for the Sumner Bovntin. : and damage.}:
will Our
BartoniP1th by Re'lstratlon MIWlllard : '
v:. singes! and Small: Fry ginndpnientt. Mi] tin
| Tuesd James
for Law- underway ly "Cull' Inn Charade Mac Bi'.tt, Wll'iP! usually carry
Drown loop Rot' : hviiuluians;
was n:
I outal"" I bo held Monday. June Wynn. and! i)'.I'C'\:11Krnndp \ t lilt
> a tey, and the loser was Den nigh: May 31. with a doubleheader Pratt, from( 2 to 6 p. m: All 7. Sand rhr.v,!h RCPJ en\linn"1 and 1 1is II Blown, Ulvsscs Byrd. BettyCarol Jinv II ,.''ents. Mi andI: li.ibilitv. insurance to cover

nett. played at the :j 9 yea old boy! interest our \hope that not only th ri.iikp.' M II'V Bro'vur.l, ( Aktli'up' all POVIBIFOLCHANHEL niedicnl. l pa> nu>nl4, legal
II C Wall hanclPfl Lnwteys Ir"ltlll' :Standings' Street\ ball park.In tun but high values in spoitsnanshii Commums, Peaille\ Mae\ Dan damage a-
attendG1.U / and
', tlisl\ defeat of the sea on I.nwtcy, 4-1: the opera r. Goodman'Oulf 'd plan: to ) friendships and at- iris! Arne Hattie Dean, Jo,;' StiikeOmvrslup costs: :
IWoi.-loi.tl, :
; leflstrnlion ;
"cWPIP .
l Suftball I fmip'til Ser i
10 to 2, Grtudnn! was the Southern! Discount 3-2: t-Immed t, Hurst Shell 1 Minrtiv., J'no' tltudo! can be developed li\ Louis F1ton, C-rl\ll'\ Unison,. '. \ 12 ward
and the ot\ >'111 no hrld Be1'na'd held in Piet' IL t 'm"
winning; pitcher Truest 3-2; Wall: 2-2: Johns to 5. Goodman's! started at Prat'9t. each younsster< who perilhates Miitthcw HmlolCoy 2 inPundav \ E. John ,
3, from 2 to 6 i p m Staikp nl p Charey
Angela terv
j losing; pitcher was Wise National scoria! 5 inns in the .Irrkson., Mnilan :
Oil. 1-4; Liberty by P'avsrounrt'! All attei : in p'ollram. June :r>. wlih: rimlRrps' WFQATV.la \!
Wall's IrA dill': hltteis/ were 1-4. innlns>: off 7 base hits, plckeup YnunKiters" negotiation for the Suminer Jenklm.! Jimmle Lorenz FiChrist .', i Agency
All t'
"Attention : '. rn'nlstPi! (if[ t p :
with two singles! anda hnlf-: 1 in the 4th, 3 In the 5th children 4 l Ji-nklns Zephanlnh Ll1l1rTllI'ma ,
Cowen Schedule for St.I'IIONE .
Pif-siam lit nDoW.tt : Walnut
toteof The lime has arrlvrd fo: AUrMorrl. 1!I i"ni Chmrh of a'n < Ksi n\ illi- 131: S
BerRsh'am with a Lawtey 1 the 6th for n held :vIor.o11111'\
tilplc Thursday. June !8 and in old will be '
th he Paik', and KrcreatlonDepaitmrnt's lo 6 years Pet i C Jinii-''' ruin' 9fi 1-0201)
in 1\1,11'
double. Geiger 4 HUl'stlcol'ed/ 1 Cniuthn\
single. Johns a southern Discount 10.] June 13. at 9 a mat .
Pro- Monday in elwt" C ol d.i'
2 sini'les, and Whitehead Johns v.s I thirty Na- 1st 1 in the 3id and 3 In th Summer Pratt Street reeeI'Rth.H'centt ', I knns.'rtralnit, L'c Perdtu'Robert Hornv. m i (
m. th;
i p
ftram We have many eXl'ltling M.. J nn 'cmit"" .
Oocdmarout Powell
with a double. Wall vs Tiest 5th for: its 5 runs Carlton --
"tpv's lending: hitters tlom: :, 6 p m hit Hurst 22 to 18 Gwei and fun-filled event' : >r, ..---- ))U,.. ......... -- ,
La' 7:30: -- -
were Brown with a singe, MPII'M !Soft,; lull, MoxU-v with 4 for 4, Cari ,

Crn''t'>i'tl a single;! ana:! Wise Pest Control rdaed Lawtev Koubn 3 for 4, am: Sus i
3 Tor 4, ;'a"eOoodinn '
2:I singles 10-8 in a mmhidi wen Broadway
Tiii slipufl bJihiis by 10 innhmft Liwtev played i's' Wni d\ Wllllatr

tjpntliv them 7o, 6 In 6 Inn- finest came of thp year t was the \\lnniiv pl'.chnjohnnlt MOTORS

Inxs! Ti nest's lendin*, hitterswere send the name into pstrnlnnlpft Smith 4 for 4, anttone' ( TERWILLEGAR
EilanrtI'h\ a single ['. Pest Control led 7- o Oilffls, ?:! fr..' 2 once

Hazen a single Outlaw a 0 until the bottom of the 4th the IOSPIS'\ hittiiiB Lnnei'tGriftl

single, Prescott a double and when Lawtey cimo up with} < was the losing pitcher

4 nulls. Pest Control led 8-5 .
when Laptev came to bat in In the: : 2nd name of the I

the 7tn innlnit and came up I evening Nancy's Flowei Sly-3 tt
\ with 3 bii runs to tie the nave tiotlce to the othr, ,y nil rt.
301 team thev p'ai FORD IA
score 8 nil Neither leaauj: teams! thAt '
coulJ:! score in the 8th or 9th to be toiiRh! as! they trounce'

Innini' but In" the 10th Pt>s' Holiday Inn 25, to 11. Nancy' .. a, x.
DRIVE-IN. Control pushed: over 2 run stalled I slow but, opend Hi BREAKING( I ALL x11 F

to take the game 108. Boone", in the laIr Innings, "scoin

Open 7:00: and 1'al1ock: had 4 hits each 3: In the 4th 9 In the 5th
Show Time 7:15: I for the winners while fo th and 6 in the 6t'i' H-illda RECORDS INBRADFORD I

ADA1SSIONAdults losers] Eunice an-1 O. SfTrllii" Tnn scorn i 1 in the 2n1, 4
hits each and Water' In the 3i"i( and 4th an
75r Students!' (?0r I had 3 each
chipped: in with a 4 b\usei '? In the Mh for th'\\1' 11 run AND
Free I
Under 12
Children ..
Notgel'sVAl0! pt'rI PinLevii totnl Nancv's( showed r "" .1 3 --- -
a Double Feature Program :) 22-10 in a earn" full o tion hlttlni streak/ lap- x
Thurs.. Fri.. Sat. hits and eirois" Pine Tp'r''' plnu out 31 base hits will' UNION COUNTIESTHERE'S -
couldn't find the formula Ir Ariell Mitchell 3 for 4. RAn
June !9 I. 10 11 r
the ls- innln-i: as[ NO".Iel'( dnv Norman 4 for >, Am

cnme up with 1C bin runs herfore

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..7Ir'i ) Florida Theatre

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\\\Xt4Z{\ ( Showtime-Weekdays. !> 7:00: Sunday 5:00: : -

Saturday 1:00 1 .. '' r'ws ...
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\\\Ut11\ \ f I ROYAL CROWN FUN SHOW I k vre."ip'14

,, Starts!> Friday At 10:00 1 ( ) :

l'lu \1 lie Sure To Me There For Fun. (Came; and I'ri/e! I + ;r

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('IC USI': ON MAKS"Admission

RICHARD BOONEIfechnicolor = : f fi) Royal Crown Rattle Caps


) 1 / rart DOt Friday'BI.E, Hat FEATl'Ki UI: da-' :June PIWfI.UI 10.: 11 : HAS TWO REASONS: This I 15 FORD [ouolrv

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*Univtr il Piftui' CHALLENGE t;)'
.. teri I>irtml ii

. Sun., Mon.) 'fue .. ,,'ed.oO THE MOST WORLD'S 4 / / BETTER DEALS! TERWILLEGRR mOTORS

.June 12. M.: II.I I I 15; MODERN I

)Double Feature 1'ronrs WEAPONS: !

SIDNEY urn; WeE MN1'f -'.



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MGM c r .AAMK$ .nMANRroouc116N' Er 1'I J I The More We Sell The More Calariitgrustnestriw/t$20,000cars' With The ''

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'S S'fGJ1sr: YOURSElf A And The
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!1. 1111Ie L COLLEGE 1 More You Save The More We HISTORY

Keep Selling v an't be wongl
13: 11 A million MasliKje's
Sundi.Monday, Tuesday!' -June 12, ,

-- THREADPlus from spinout to crackup! Bank Financing GOING TO TOWN
They live and love JSJ. FORD IS REALLY[ y

',- u'OaL'hsalitA / 'V5llllmouurn.r.nor" :. !/ N HOW

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Thur4daJune 15: Ifi WHILE SALES
; MilKt<< Wednesda, !
.s .O .,
_ ,Love who takes you.
This Is secret agent Ford Dealer

14 -c;!'! "!" : ,4 .a. MUM4J' ..c'OUN. Your Authorized

II .k..rare 1h/ DAMOMVEVnUXCOISEDORLEAC\ MOTORS In Bradford and Union CountiesIIR"FOR"
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I' \Ia. / Hitl l OICU. COI NTV TrXI'XJKAril..: : HI1\KKK1..'. FI.ORln.V ....Illl{ u.'ONE 9, 190I )

i I MI-M. Mnttlr McPherson "VII It- I'lll'I t lI'M, ,..tl.! Mill', :, :l--, I l t.<, l,,, ..I"H.j ,it, i" i i .ii. ,lii ini', ''i ,miic'on ''' H' ,rs., "i''i'' t sits'" .IiInss'' '',' "I _
Drivers; Must Park School Buses Annual Thomas Parrish Resigns jason of Mnxvlllc, two dniih- T, I ii 's l: : I K: 1 L' \. ,11 t II"". 1':1,:I< u i MM. .HI. '0 i I L, <"i i" ,inprop s' |isi.f'u, t I.,., t tt litI ,,.", |,!, i, .'I",
I Xai'KIn. \vlil, h aHMeHHcil I Caj| "". "It".,",. iiitoIiis' !I'.i.nllnnl:" I |1I1..la"t'tK': Mltiirney, Th"I"| 5'55 \ .
Reunion: Set At tars six eons anti l four brcith- i 'handlerAlt ,, v. t-\v it I Yes >i, .lr. \U Z South. \\ "I", ),, ,",
At County Barn Board Decrees From MarketC !!I'S. including Jack Wilkinsonof of milil pi '-.,,'rIY 1-lnhr\ III i'sitsenI's', at I lie45\' t'nriitfiof Mil-eel. ,, :Sti/ke, Florida' '< I UHIIuiul .-
Oeulah Church Mnxvlllc. .Ii.... ii"iitit.v of liraclforcl. stuteof I llnNBi:i i ,,f i HitHW 5 i.l, I I He Ihe orlKliiul, .. tlien-,1. M
Klxrlil.i.. H'tnn! :II "'u\\' Mnuth.Hanifi' < ,,..
l. '' hll'I II the i>tfIaifir the Clerk .r I
school foit I would\ ; be inn do l.> employ IJ : P"tl'I 1 Ptm-ish has I Interment was In the Long I I'H I Iit... Mtu-h, i-ertlfli-ate\ ur. 22 Knm, .a nil i tan Nurlh I'h-euli ('1.51'''ci on or l isi-rir-< 5 th"
Binrtloid County
..ii% (r 'sii'il I us; m *n.ter\ of the Branch Cemetery I eertlfli-iltei,I alt,II .hi reili. >eiueil Sill lost 1 t'l III! In II 51,1k.I ,.. .' first .I.|M> of .lul I> KHI'; M \
win ie iu'uIhe : II
bus (c1 I II.) ers must leave their .I.VITS' ) II I a, i ,oi I"illtiir' to. law I"lie, )ttroiiirtyileneiloc,1 I th",|i-o "run "KIIH: Till I feet\, fllll In .il'i Hl, jllllKllt III' I ltllltlt I"\ <.s t
bustparked a t the bus t l 'rinuuiioif I heir route.-- fla-.1 I : :fetntc: Fal'lnel'1al'kel: I \ I 'III MiH-ll eerlirie.iti., ur,' inoi'" or. U'HH, in \\'"HI| ,IIIMIIIilnrv u It, lie Illkeii si'r, ,,'ii'', .t s

cum during the day so th.v miU-ase: tiavellrd' and has rrturned( to his A tl.lsNlfii'd. .lit. the TlCLEIN : ,-"','II'II'n"H I I will I he H.illl In. I thehlfihi ,.r (110.. right' "f wily. ie i ''lu-i'.. ilellllllliU ,1 1 in s 'IM' '
vm> homo :iiid itrove operation at nt hlildt-r 111 I Ihe ,'''''''1 llimil, i","'. ti"ii: > "run "'"11I1.101". _ _
lindi i a new policy appi o.c-d dally would bo reduce!" I .1 GRAPh" brl"rc f1''ull' I houfce, door, on I the I 11 I rut Monila.v I NcrttiffiHtprly" iilfmir' Hii.dVml .. I "'hlll 11 'ii-' 1 ". Khali I lie |,ulhVime ,, \
much: possible.: Pal 1'1'.0. Fla.Paiilsli'r I 1100, wlilehIn I or ..
TueB;!..;.' by the School .1. III ninntli( of .Inly I \ linuncliiry" H illHlancii < \*" 'h \\ .k TIMfur >,n-
: Ics WI-I-P: dficrlbel reslKiiationas : I the Ml. lay of July' 111IB.l JIll teei, I in ixilnl' "I, bi'iflnnlnic. | elltlveeelH, III Ihe 'llr.nll, .1.. ..1.1t I,
The I rji-w" poll. .
Board l .it-il. thin' mth U.y ur May I From the point' rliHrrlnnlnif !
rcce.vcrl( at a calle.i meetins I I 'I'llt-- <'''!! \T I % .11 S .DI.II',Moiur otitity .JtTlt'r"ph.
Pi i"Unnl.v. the drivers had ,fls econon1ml'a..ul e (. IN .VM> i-i>.. .iioitu I"Ii 811.( i tlniH (1.*"','III..d i I DONIAND= : :: l>1t"I" i.iStark ''tI'I': .
been! permitted to dilve the by School Supt. T L Cases of the market's advisorycommutes I roiNTt ".- 1111I'I| iKKAt.l vonilnue! In u NcrthiHHivrlyillr'ciliin ,-, lUred, ( ant < F, )1.. i iUln
( last week. In sub- I In r.' I INI: .a!I-i,' 1'hHi-len A. Parity .nliriK i I th>- Wenthoiuulury I I ililw ill ilay i>r %i I",\', i I...,,

busse- buck to their homes 'I FISHING MCKNSES: !i niti.i4: )hi." lgnatlon. hai Arthur i I lull I *. I ,... I'liHeil | ,i-U-rlt' oi i "t'lreult, Court ufrriilfo'l ::, : of the: rlKhl: I of wiiy: i I CIIAHl.l-s A. I II.VKI' _ _
after d llverlng children towho itecl 1 \fl lllii': 'i 1'ii III I'lI: 1'01\ ': : : i i.'"iMil.v. Florida. lit Mlllll HtHle I Illlllll, JIHI H ills-|| t'tei-U of t Infit, '' nit < i ililii I
I r'eslrc to give
II l in the morning. They New licenses will a ( mor ,\\II\ .f. i'Horn:1 I oT I the eHlale' I of '.i,2It 12\ :. 'taut,-" (.if 2110) feet hiiiri, or, 1'HHHi ,. I II "'I 1 "11011'1.,1" I'''sin.' .011.I "I' ,,,, ___ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ _
fishing goon I 11mI'Ll his Interests atPm tht IniiTHKi'tlnn, "r I lliHMitherly .
have to ue, thehp.'rsonal I Arthur" I liale. ilci eanel., ( R"" hetel.y I ;i. .
\Will\ now sale nt the County Judge'sofnoe \ lioiiniliujof I llnrltfht it" iieuiiih' M .MC..HSIOAI. I
r.-'i' I ,
tiiu'i 1.,1| anil retilrwl I to file
| | Ml,'I'III I! <411" i INrilN'IKIN; TOlll. .. ,,, .
1 cars or other mentis' Wednesday. June 15. fl.ilniM iletiuinclH. ,. Iii" hthey of. WilY nf n iinl.\ I h 11'11.' "' 'l's, I C) a a
.inv .
wishto A replnrrmpiit! for Parrish or I a -.<.f .I'l l.ll -'II"111111" M \ IMKNollee : Kril'leil 'ronil. nnil 1 Htili: I 'Umiil, ( UK.. Till-: .
If they Hull)
hit I .
of transportation '111)! I I may v' 111111'hut :: 'IB I..r'hl'lv'n. I that \\',i's.turiy S S I C ii t
not( h" mide* until later .,. Kill( : i-un thence H- i Ci 111< : IT i 'IIJ.It'l'1 I i i
-ti'-n home piior to 1 PHO\I: rii'TntKs' I entatf' 'In (lllH .rll. of tile "-""11- I the ,t.nilei-BlKned., under' I thepruvivl'iuH hot,tf tin Southerly I luiiiniliiry\. 112 .i, '; 2.1'
In t'io ..
jnmmer.Temple ty jutlMre, Itrnciroril/ I I'ntintyKloni'a. ,, of .ll.iin:!,
ttarf.u their afternoonrout' I'liapler* of I Hie ufiiri'iutld, euiiiiiy uniillll -
II In the euurthoiiHi," .atstnrKe \. of 111, II. .. I Ir'I
Pictures'' taken at the iu.nior.Senlor I 'I.-IHX of Klrlilil' AetH rntlll" It llHIIUIrV si' 2 III
I r'nrlilwithin' fix\ nlndar "
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available Re-elected will' 'r.*ilHti'r. \\lih I the ihi-k, ofthe t to H p"illt >IOn tho' HtMlllterly -
Prom are ..
it.onili from 'the ilatiof
The board also liHIra'-1'' I I I'll-ult (*onrt III anil! forHrailfonl Io'inilary" IIIHI uli.n.Bulcl.run .
'at the home of :Mrs. Harry I the fIrst |'lleatlon. of I thlHnoil .
I ,
Florida anilIlililillel
that when oosslble. an ef- County Children'sCommittee li, ,., .Kaeh:. eliilm'' .or i iteinnllilniiiKt ,, County III"nI".r..r thin I theni-e Soulhirlv NOTICEThe
Hatcher. piihlleatlon Mlth ll h'' W.HlcrlJliniinil.iry
I he 'In wrltlnif iinil. IIUIHIHtnte untie)* I h.. flrtllloiiH,, Maine ofKKVrirtiMS ., of tin "rlirln t ..f w.i>
HeadJame I the I I. ,iiltii't,. or i "reHldi'tice nnillioBtofriee ,, I
I : =, .VI.f.MINf.M;; i iIbSNA i'A- of Slit. KM.II! IfI'i,,' .. .IIM""" 5'
Tie, William and:! Louisa mlilrem of Hierliilnuint / \: H.M.KS.: P. "I. Kox 12. ,,r 'Jin, fi'i-t ,K., II i" Iii i mi
Wilson Thomas Family Reunion Temple was mill "nitiHt I he H\vorn Keystone llelKhm. KluItuy then I KiiBlerly: a ,illHimn" e I
re-elet't.i\ lo I ly the I "'la' I illillit, bin' ii Kent.or / 12.KeyKfme Bradford County Hoard of Public
.1 f. fII"K i ,
.vili hold It.nnnual erl prcMiilert of the Bradford .1.dn""inn, 2011 f, *-t I. niorior\ \li-rf-4 t to til*
1 It will' lie-
hl" HltoriH'.v. ur
... J IlelichtM I ,, Kla.' Hole'" "|lcIII' "< h'KllllllllK., ,j Instruction i is interested in obtaining site
meetin" tt Beulah BaptlsLChunh County Childrpn'a Committee .11I.,1 I uiMMtrrltiiff to law., a
HOME p Tlh; i 11HNI.ULAHA. i.n.iflti..iI lists I 10.....t1 I lileil' (iualiiF.t,: \ <>ii anilHethfl
4 State Road 21 on I the final June t or Mav. for elementary school in the .
bedroom on as mel'lInA'fonday.: ,, i DAL.K.AiltnlnlHtrutrlx ":. this 3M| | iluy I I.i.sis. ;Marlni, t < ,il I l.'1'',I IantH a new Hampton
June 19 Father's I before ndlournment for the .\. D. I liin!I at StarUe' HrailfordCotiniy .,, ,
Sunday, i $ of the "cmnl, 10.I..h" It | i.i\u: tisi I hM Area. Site should contain h\ eh e ((12)! )

Day I IThe .summer. Other officers\ elertert i of ArtnuDale I 1 lieeeimeil.rirnt I, Klorldu. fl'll 41 ''I. 1'a wit'I ,'. Mm I inc W I I'axlH' 11' I iiliiln-,I acres or more.
I June V, I Ifs. al..l' VIMI. ,ir- "i'.I'' 1110"5 "'I !I'
meeting will begin at at this time were, : Jesse ,ijiihllentliin< on I
I Mini! !
with mornlm worship :Moore chairman: .
I 11 !m. program .
11'11; it II0: .
iriii.: II 111111'1' CIII n r >! Persons sites
having consideration
and! : are
,services followed by Ruby ]McAllister secre miKK.n: : "I in .11 1)11 i II., i in.I ,. .. ..
dinni'-! nn the rounds at 1 p. tary. '..'I.* .* ..Apiilletillon" ) I.ai ,*'*.r 'lii! < 'IT "I"!' I'l.llKIII I t IN .\SI) [ HOMEOWNERS. requested to submit a\ description of I tIn.

meeting Regular monthly meetingswill lleril. l-'Olt ltd \111'CIi| lb l IIIIN'I't. land and price of ; \villi I the understanding -
business same
m. A bilef >...,.. I II.".I III. !"'. M.Nr i IN < II tC< I.H1. C ll-e '''. ,III-: [ !; SAVE $ $ :$Z $
.__ will be held In the afternoon. be ,returned in September. "llee IH he"ehy. gi vi-li. I II hut' flail: '''''' that said site proposal constitutes: only

Speaker at the mOl fling I llarelrivton I Chiuiiller... I Ihe holl. John, i Ii Davis. an offer.
Tht E t- OC RAOC a.I....... illI I I ,.I., of I h.. followingertlfli' .ateH ,and. I.I" ulfe.
.service will be Rov. P. eon
A DOLLAR and a DEED !I. alt you reed! Truck Crash haH flleil sail. ,rertlflealen: for MilMii"' \\ l li:",\111. MERRITT H.WILLIAMS .

OVER 22 OTHER MODELS TO CHOOSE FROM I Thomas. Jr.. pastor of the I j u tax' .1. nl I lo .he iHHIleil, ,Ihereon. l-lalnllflH" I The Bradford County Board: of Public Instruction -
I Hallsboro. North; Carolina "iII" "'"-eertirirule" 'ii"1110..1'i' -VH'1"1< i < i K'K
WE FINANCE Church. He Is the son Injures Man \ .1.ti.,.1! v..,"'I' of 'iHMIianee" I Is.. lieur I il, ,.. I".a.I ,, will consider all proposals: July 5,
PAYMENTS INCLUDE Mortgage Insurances : I Baptist i .. ., I Ill-Ill', 1.1.'' Milltilland '
,'|/11.| | ,, I II. i>roiertv.| mill Walnut St.
117 N. IMG! ;( j its
during I
late L. Thomasof meeting.
of the Percy the nnmeH In whlrh, II ate IIHSI'MHeil I .. 'iN wife.l.lhl .
#_ % .. th. bvAutlfu) display medal(; : ..U1iifjDERN I Jacksonville and Is now I A Lake fuller Nojjro., .Tam- I ,I :ir<* IIH /! I IliXon Mill t I I till.I I

taking post- raluate: work at t'.; Wilbi-rt Aildlson. 31. i iI in. i 'ert II "'11", ;00; i I I iK.fl.lllllllll,, \ Phone !')1-5391

I1. O. Itnx" HIHJiuksonvilli : I Southeastern Baptist Theo- I hospitalized, this week uftcr Ixmiiiii'-e I I".s.. rlillon, l liffli.I .r"I1"I I ;; I ,1)1"II'I ICii'i.I.: .; >ll Kl>''IT'1'I.I Til1'imi' .!.: Thomas L. (Casey:; Jr.Secretary .

>, l-'lit. I loulcil Seminary' at Wake I crashing his truck Into the i f'IL'! f "tiM I lit' : I '. 'IIi Ili-niv" :" I..I.-,. .Mli, 'tin., sti,li.i" <, j I packaga policy gaelic J
rear of n isa rl j.i vehii.-le on of SK'i: & run ;; ::\ ..,iIf r.'i.i.| in, Is, "ipk l n"" n State Farm Fire & Casualty Company and Superintendent!
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"'1'PIfi" Forest.'! S C. I I _
), W 71; i Kl? NJ''i' \'"," |II'S| ', 1..1"1.. "MI'", :ijs'.p
'I 1'10.
\\'c..tIIII1".n( us run
: Street n
'a-- .m . . Sunday
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After four In the AIrForce ,, ,
I yeas! H-T.. K:: 2'0 7 FT. 'S -' 'i KT I I.I I. h-i.-, i i 'till il that} '/ "
: MODERN HOMES CONSTRUCTION COM PANT : I ns an Air Policeman In I the Starke. Police, Departmentreported.

M 0 Please send Free Illustrated Catalog the Pacific( are.i Mr. Thomas!
Addison taken to the
v as
: Ds.nd representotiva. No obligation.My : earned!! a BA degree from the I Bradford" ( County I Hospital and
University of FloiHa and reeivi' -
: lot I* !located in __-____ CounfNam ?/ : of Florida! Jledical' ( Center with,

: .. _ _ : Southeastern Seminary In" possible! inli-rnal injuries according mSioiitR
May. 19514.! He I Is! ma-rled:) tothe sU1JS.
lo the
former Joyce Moore cl
: Address.cv _ _ _ _ -. Starke.All I Patrolman, Cpl.Bill] Lon)Chambers.Hull, and HLs

;. Slar_ family connections!! and I 1IJ63 Furl pick-up was a total 111 1 .: "" > 1 ....n.. ....... ..._ .. .
Interested' friends
are cordiallv wreck, officers Ha id.

.. Phone__ _ _ If rural rout attach directions. InvlU'd to attend the, I

M M a M R R .. M a N II N M 11. reunion I Addison Traveling failed west to on make Madison tI'UrVe 2U words! or leu*, one insertion !Memorials, lCeeolailiau.. "t.., HI"Vhtyd., .. hi CluxHifliMl( "Strtlon:

just before the Jack (minimum charge) ----------- .__ 1.00( 1'er' word ____________n--______ .U\: $1.50 |M>r hll'h-lIr..t Insertion.

son's Minute :Market and! I If not pall! In utlvaju'e____ ____ 1.23
I'ards. of Thanks: I'p to I SO> wordt
struck the of 19!;
rear a Keyed. sided, or blind nJ* $1.2.1 per liK-h after Hftt Innrrtlon.
Kurd 3/.. ton truck owned by I (Illinium charge) .... 2.30Over I
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(nilnliiiiuii charge,) ) _____________ 1.2.1Kuch
I Kenneth Bagwell. Impact i 00 uords word________ .03
knocked the parked truck 3.'> additional word! over' 20__. __ .05 : per j

feet before it came to rest

partially on the sidewalk in [Insurance Problems? I HASTINGS MATTRESS INSfKANCK" : : I S.AlLIONTIILY: : PAY-1 I I BE SURE TO SEE WORLIJ j

front! of the home of Lloyd UPHOLSTERY WORKS; AT REUt'CKU KATES :l.fENTS111 buy your Ovrthorns' :BOOK before uuylng/ any I I

Bryan, 'I Cau The Man F1"C'cD"Keystone" 1& ') Lemon St. PaUtX- AUTO: FIKK.: BOAT garden and chicken | other encyclopedia --- M A. f1

Charges' against Addison 1 Furniture Renalrert\, DOVLK: F.. CONNKRINSUKAN'CK : space Also furnished and un- ,I Puyne, your local repre ,enta'

% nee pending his release from i George E. LaRue & ..he4MATTRESSES : =" : AGENCY" furnished", apartments for rent live since 19S6. Box 620

the hospital, Cpl. I Hall mild. Upholstered tfchgf ; W H Nollman. tfchg! ,I Phone 964-079-J.; tlchll': ,.
I I Keystone Heights : REBUILTNew ) r, '

Consultant' For All Your Inner prlnJs i- FOR SALE-Brick home. ra!< Myers Power ToolsArea V

Services Held Insurance Needs.Rt'prp"entlnjf floors. 3 bedrooms. 1'u' bath
and Rox SpringsDrop I ,
I I i f MARY CARfERPAINTS fl'mlroom'! or dlnl'ig area Headquarters ForI.atsnitiiie'rs '.
t''I" A Card or Call Power. Tools3isCuilii'li 1
lot -
4 Today For Great. American. Ins. Co. PAL.VTKA "1.\ 5-9HW Enclosed garage. Double
Ins. Co. Tim Warren Chain SawsI'iitstp's I
The Traveler 1028 Palm St. I '
; I si I 473.4692 Daj MRS. PEGOT ShattER 9.24M: Ztchg 69 \\ at..1' SystrtiMKrggn
Mr. WilkinsonFuneral
473-4325 Nltes 209 E. Adkins.t.. \ A Stratton KllghiettKeiifcuN ,

Auto Fire Home Business Sttrk. ALtI HAVE YOU TRIED the' finesill !Sulen, S.r\iee

services' for Rev. Favtnent "laD cosmetics\ and !skin: core' 230 N.E. 16th Ave.
C. K. ( Honey l Wilkinson.\ ISIS. work. Complete For free; home demonstration 4iaineH\lll; 376-3111$ I
to order' Maoh'ne
were held at 2 p.m. ThursdayIn built repairs.Brown's ofPAINTS 'hone T.tizier: Consultant. I'.c: tfehg.WANTED .
Boat. Motor and Pump
the Long Branch Baptist ONE STOI'MASONRY Repair Shop. Rt 1. ANDSUPPLIES Pro-tor. 964-6681 or 964-
Church near) :Maxvllle. Rev. E. 5311: 4lp 616 WAITRESS. Cook.
: : SERVICE Box 363 Starke 1 IKln-slev .-.talioii aliendant.
C. Hirvey officiated assisted! and !tilling\ :

by Rev. Oeorge Chism. Lake tfchg Do YOU need a baby sitter? Apply In (c.eninus at B & O
Itl"lI"11": till 'slice| C'on-.
For All '
Will sit by day 01''E'ek.' Calli964'J0.4 Truck Stop. tfchtf
[{(Wilkinson was a native crete' Klm, >k; all t> pe !Snnd. ; FOR RENT Punished Air 3tp fi'16'

of Clay County and at PriTiiHt, UntcN... Ever: > thineiim'fHHur.v cottage on WIIEET: ALL
2 bedroom
cond. TIKK: FOI $:).00) WIlES:
the time of his death he was for concrete.* niusoiiry For reservations AllVERTISEIlJACKSONVILLE. I HELP W.\NTED-on chicken
pastor of the :Moniuc Baptist! coiiilruction.v ; YOU Bl'Y l 1st t TIRE;
cull L. K. Whltehead, 060- : farm couple prefeirel.: A ..TFnu'kmv.
Clmirh I I I In :Moniuc. (]'a. \\ will meet uny price. on 3675. tfrn, PRICESPhone Rt 1. Box 56 At Keg.! .I'rlie.! ,

WIHI I'LEASED TO Surviving are his widow. nil 111111..rlnl.lthln Unulrnl Starke. or call 4681241.Vul- 750-It or 1170-( U AilunHIiMkmill ,
C.Miiit.vM. U STILL !Hi ,.R201 Tulw 1'ps' or
do 3tp 6 16!
ANNOUNCE THAT KFFKCTIVE : -AiII. -.- T- .MAINTAIN:i' H'AI.irY. {' "St'\L OPPOUTI'MTY 333: N. Temple TiillesH Itnut Iliianliitmruiitce
and Limit onMileH
Large/ United States WANTED -Cooks, curb girls -
; ; : JULY 1 OUK INTKKEST RH.\IWOIm Canadian Company in agricultural -' and \wiitres! Apply In per- : ...Months.: ... rKKK
I 12 \\Vides I CO. )1)1'-'TI- C;
ENCJINEEHING: field ursenl'y/ requires son Lee's. Drive Inn Restaurant -
; HATION SA\- Ph. 9(51-2321( : Starke irpi-esentatlve In this ,',I Pl'RE OIL COMPANY: =" atchit 6 16 Flnl.STONEFOR ; i

Customlade! county lor Crop Service De Has two bay service stationfor
INS; ACCOUNTS WILL liE: For Florida Livlnf partment. Applicant must i I lea-e at Walnut and MadIson FOR SALE- Boston Terrier I RENT--3 bedroom unfurnished
WANTED J Cars To have recent agricultural Sta Paid training available puppies! James Kennels Rt I II home Call' 964zsr.i
I G.tIore: : 'heck Front End background and beI ell reardt I Call TravLs :M-UUs. Jacksonville 1 Box: 78.* Keystone Heights !; I "

: THIS IS TIIIlIIal.: ( YOU I Fur Your $ $ $ Aliunment I : --FKEENo K .>;S In: area. I ; 356-1331 tfchs .hol1l 4i1-4'1' R 5th6 f 9MARRTEI' 1371 Hlaniliiiir turret

OhllKiitlnn Dri\e. In To- Position i la full time or 'an I Three hrd room CB Duelling

EST HATE ANY CO.MMKK-: :\ No Salaried or Commissioned I il.iy AllKliinent IH be handled at first nlonn I FOR SALE or trade 3 ned!room : ) COUPLES WANT- with oak'!. floors: tile bath,
NC'fMlClt fs <',...t U Only with present farming family room FD for: Cottaue Parent workMln'miim util
your CB house. Lame carport
Employees screened parch:
CIAI. HANK CAN I PAY ON: 1i13.Ss! : : : for Mind (.n.... .\tFlltl'HTONE- operation Successful applicant -I closed !papage: double lot. Most :, education 10th ity. fencM) yard excellent
51. State
evade 21 to
1'ASS-HOOK SA YINSC.; I DAD & BUAD LARSENLIKE ; f can expect earnings: between desirable! location. "i1. A Retirement.Age Social Security condition. Price 1025000.

TO WORK MOO-S150; weekly with Payne.' 204 S. Glenn St. Phoirr '3 weekpaid vacAtion. slk'loave with S1.30000 down and

COUNT I I =NO." 126 excellent opportunity for early I 964-2701 until 4:30:: p. m 964- 1 benefits. Shifts run $60 07 on balance monthly.

YOU Benefit Build or Park a trailer on this advancement. 6792 after 5 and on weekends Immfdlite possession on clos
from 6:30: a. m. to 2:30:: p. m : j
6 acres With appI'oX. 400' lake Write and tell me about tfcln i ing. A. J. Thomas Realtor
3-30( r). m. to 10:30: p. m. and
frontline 5 Minutes> drive to yourself. Reply at once to I In''I TP! f J4-5701)
All Si/es on Display 10-30: p m. to 6-30 a. m _
Just $7a! !J5. $1500 Vice President. Box 1105
U-10-12 Wide:: ,!oMl.NO. Winter Oarden. Fill 3tchK r.9' JOBS OPEN; i "len ral married couples work j jon I FOR GALE -19 4 Corvuir.: !
shift Please contact
1 /l UuthH same In uotxi condition! ContactH.trokl :

and Expandablea; : 407* Modern Imnifiliate. nieiiliiH| | for .."- Personnel Office. Sun'anJ, furnished
: Speclkll3! Ei'droom : FOR RENT-2 bedroom I
Constiucted home Okluwuhn (jerleilreil blink. .keeiwr. liul, y Training; Center. Qalnes HieM between 7 dc 8:30: p. m
:Masonry : house on !' chtf /630gOR ;
Mil ti-re. CMtloriMl houst .keepr 2tp C 1nU.t.
Used8Yr. Tile floors and bath. Clr. 01 River Jtear Orange Springs
New and .* "l1r.* .. =No" I
V: ,, ** experleii
heat. City Water- A Uch g8.I"alte <25 Weak: $60 Month. M 1 R PENT 2 be-lrnom un- tKHIESI : I

Funds Deposited By July 11 financing availableUse Large landscaped: lot Judrt. 127 Lafayette' St. Ph nas'e-s'olry.. t\e final:No you fee n clisirgialiinle.o. job. l 'urnlohed house *13!5 ,V. PnttUcha I I PICK YOUR OWN. 25c IbBrlT

Handy to all. Only $7750 964-5951 ct; Phone '164.44'1 I I containers! "a ml

Small Down payment south of Earleton on SR 200.

\Will Draw Interest From July 1 1st chase Our I'lanPa'mentsUnder Rental-Pur- 2117 STROl'T X. Temple KF.ALTV Ave. "'OR. dinette SALE set.-Man.4 chairs bedroomet. boat Employment Central TTiurs"AMII.Y': .-"Tv SKATING at Fun Soot- every 7 to I I E.( D.47'M1 Lonrn cker. 4tp:\fe1rose.Ph 6 30.

$;))0 Per Month [If. S. 3011 'On m 51 !50 for the whole
oars.VestnJthou! e Elec!
Phone 964-3491. Starke Boaster broiler, top. set of re' !SERVICE ''nmllv! Summer hour: 8 t-,> I I: GOOD INCOME= : For reliable
10M pyopt Family' Nlte to service
lass :'s-hes. lue.! window fan S.%:J-\ N.=""i TempleHII(> ;! : MaMne,' Snturdav and Run- man'Watkii or customers woman In Starke.
NOIEMobile MALE HELP WANTED - Cabinet: and mlllwork men Jtud'.oouch!; andiron bras i ." .v Vlfoa',', 4rr-Vtcr n; 3f| Write C R Ruble.
Only experienced need apply voort carrier. Other' article Tin lilliHT POINT fur the ment.

Home SitesAVAILABLE Ki-ystone, Millworks. P Trs'' H E Cooper :Melrose \\iiy >iu \\ rll. i'oine In uiulMlwt Sri ALUMINUM PATTO DepJl.\ P 0 Box 2447.MrnivVi's .
I T-nn HT>2 ito\
O. Box 704.. Keystone 475-2661 Itchu"FTP >OIIP favorite KSTK.HItHOOK :! .: ""DVFTV) P-emium n'malltvnhiterias !

Heights phone 473-4285. fiiiintaln pell. 11:I.E- : anti'orkmlln.. i IF DOCTOR says ulcers] get

Full Lake Privileges Itchg WANTED Servirr
Homestead Exempt-: station; attendent. AplI"\ liquids. Only 98c: at Mitchell!

Financing FOR RENT Furnished '' '>er. on. Jimmy :Moore's Serv-' LAND CLEARING. blade: s-i -SEVILLE. AWNTNO CO.rypt.Cc1 nrn' '_3tn 8 23

FLORIDABftlfK bedroom( house. 749. N '"e Rtotfon.' U. S. 301 and S work. $12 50 per hour. Pur- "-'LO' llq
FOR RENT.:' Kinaslev Lake :
Thr>;npsnn St. Call D69-259- 100TJTTR hase Lishtwool\)\ S"'mps' "M
Lake Geneva Ur nt hoirm. oil rxirrnt 1? be-Jioorn! furnished! house.
or 961.0:?01. L. Turner. Call 782-3815. If
In-HvMiiallv .5 Mlim-* Priva'e!' rock w'th' dressing
and baf-' no answer call 064-3162.
AT STARKE ROOMS: re..t'r'Z' cards.! :Mrs! T. rooms. (Call 964-5701
Trailer SalesOn FOR SALE 1961 1 Volkwazen 'rnh\oopri' apt. for rent. rnl'' tfch P'innlnc'ham. Kevstone 2tchsi 6 16

Call 964-6601( ext 160-1183.) tfchp

One of 30 Banks of the Florida National Group Itoiite 100. One :Mile HEK 450. ltp KINOSLEY LAKE HOUSF t7.1ht.) 47--n :3ti> ft 21 CT TCANTMOFST' Carpet.

.vv"tr>iii II.ht"Opf'n tfrnrtl'-c. offer for a couoleneed.r. : for sale. Write or call V. Q -OR S\LE 1063' pvtfuiic. Pleini"ou! evev used' So

Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. Sun. & Evenings FOR RENT Unfurnished i r : T an noirtrren\ Se's McCoy Jr. P. O. Drawei 1148or I I t". ex"eiln; ] > condition easy!' tr>" Get Blue L.isti -

,I bedroom. house call 964-740;' iif onop. w H Nollman: phone 376-7290. Gaines r*..H Sammy Warren 9/111- Rent .IC'I'I'I.hampooel\, SI I

: after G. lip 510 N. Cherry St. It ville. Fla. tfchg I 2683. Up Stark, Hardware Hen:


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all fat along the. edl4clI. Stop I to medium host and pi' I iVrrlfliRto No D. ..ar ufouanuv

19b6CMEMBERSHtp eatln;< while vouie still a !Ithe. ; ryei for S minutes I 1H64IKem'rlotlon'. Nu
( of Property
little hunurv Retmmbei. un 'I five or six bath towels in Mall: lei, of Irate, I *.. t of BI.K
'. extra I 100 calories "Il.h day Add: the blanket tucking I 18 In I L, '.' <* CO.S KID "Set' JS.T
DRVEoMM% will :ark: up to 1(1() pounds! a i warm tun els into the 8-H. H-n mNUIIIU :. ,
assessed J.et'olemnn
In which <
year AII'I.'i duct nibble !between Tumb'e dry for about .
meals. I minute' ". The bath towels! All .of' ....Id property b...ln. In
A \v mi> 10 TilE1'01'; '/ .: absorb mol tull! !iron tinfniiiitv" of BradfiuJ. I5IU "i .t Floridal'ol ..
i O F Before you put voin' e'e<" i blanket,, speeding the I ...se BIK'h ivrtmiate. ,>rft
tile blanket rainy. \\'iv-h It.don.t ',I' process. I .. ,.tun' I Htm shall In* redeemed
/ aerording' li law the ptoptrrtvili
dry clean It. i I Reni.ne' the blniiKPt : .xi..i I'II,"..'I I !''ii..> mu,'h r..l'lIrl"lIl. "or
Follow carefully' HIP I lannripilnii I, it is -lli-htlv damp avid "1'111'''li sit." : will' tip wild to the
directions) that Clime,I I drying:; In the ah' Ovel< hlthct lilclili-r, at the courthouse
ili l ,..r, nn the flrnt Mon
with the
blinkpt In
1-- l'n'I' may harm' the
heating I day In month "f July' IK SB.whli .
your! Instructions, ate lont, ment i. I 'h, .In the iiili, iluul JuDit.d ....
follow these! general cllieitlon ('- Do I 1966.
not use clothes!
*: l tills stet day when line diving an i.611.(l
Prp-trent I Rolled blnci'nii'!! blanketIn I isi 1'\: l./.
| and -root-! with a paste: of del ,'Inn rl, li' ..X, LiHfhvi'l '.
l I tfTHent all water 1 ntsconnect ''.'rl: uf' c'In nit iurt atIn
:'! '1 III < /In. ';"i"goal'', county. Floridai
)I Ipnits nil/ l ,
all lemovnb'e electric!\ ourt Ikr ''' '
--.-- I I:In'lull .luillihil.. I 1 11'..n.i. In \ I IPur i i,2 41 /JI
-- dangling PAl't'10m'ly I llniiiriiril. '. In < h. ,
; In a wash cloth or .1. <.t'r>.
A Classified Ad In the TtXE-::
mall towel t'II-r' \n.. .
r>.'iiii| l.nirv' nl1h\l! ; GRAPH brines resulU.
I Wash wool blankets HC-
tiff 'H., \iiKlnltitiii Iluht: ) | ,
( cording; to son kin : method runlnn t
lerommrnclert for allwoo' :MlTll'l.': : OH'< 'I"'J'
blanket,, Be! SHIP not to To. 1'Irglnll" ,i ,Vim I It: ii t h. STARKEBUSINESS
i Pea urn' '.. H\ I'";,
stretch' 01 wiln*. Fill' the I':" kiiuin', lust Viriclnln' .
wash.'' with warm 1I'1tl'r. IN"! | Y1, l miluiohv' nilir.il" IS ,,
I n mIld detergent/: 11111 I dissolve u fiimplHlnt rm,. ,ill\nrii IIIM In ,
filed _irfin| .* :yoni. an : nm ,,"
I; it bv machine aKitatlnn St:>p 11M'I
I .
"iiiiniiHi" 11| I.t > serfs n raps of % "
agitation Put the blanket In nns'r, nI' pleading In the, .. DIRECTORY
( I the wntpr. moving It about I pliilnl. nn i Iii |i'IfInln|, .
until 'ts thoiniiahlv wet. I IMIII., k Itiilph" I I. 'I'h'nn, ... 1.I' '.. l lI
Pt a OJ I I '* ltlKli'n\ \n 17 l i n..,'in
) Allow it to soak for 7 minutes 1'-, .I!:"; I I. .u'I, I I''I., I ITTO REPAIRS_
Then turn it over and nrlrflllll. ...nM"I., i |1'll'''','lilllitt '
:: t II h,. nffi'" i> uf tJit fit I "t ri U M I 1'' t
let It sonk another minutes
a .'11', lilt .I'niirt.' M .iiilfnil, < '?"" I Earl's) GarageALL
Grin out the water and (.'(1.in." ,,11. nn or ntit.i,,, ihf i_ I(
", allow the washer to fill for ,il ti l\' if .1"''','. llin: If \ .n' rnl, I KINDS OF'
: thp -Inse. When the imitation' "'I.. .'. JIII""I, ,, I.) ....'.....1'?' 1\ AUTO REPAIR WORK
.,. ,.
j' Ile "1H| \ i l i '
) starts stop. the notion and ,u Hit' ili'iminilfil. In l M. ,''',' I All Work Guaranteed
let th! blanket soak 5 minutes plilllit' I I Phone 969-7961
turning' It once( or twice IIOMxu: :' ounri.i: ":, So. Walnut. Starke
by hand. Fjjln out the ilns" "Htm'" : ,,, "'It'lnrlilii, 'thiN l I. ids. l
: )> \lul'n'I' "'::. l lt ITTO SERVICE
water A water softonPr 1 I1recommondpl < ,1""sl'U.1I'horl:

: t IHM .\ nil rhv,
/l.f. For fabilrs, ofi"r( than. .1"1, tif Tht* / l \' HiMllah M I M I,..nthiulv .
wool use warm water" am a .)'- f'lcik, !Standard Oil Service' : SUttun
I MOM MEMeEIRewl .....,.. ..... ., ,-- .'" :. mild detergent! and aitltnt" U ,.tpli,|, I I.. ThuliumAt ATLAS .
', the blanket In the washer I- Tin'>' fur I'liilnilff,
... I'l'. .. (I'. S, ll....y Vn. 17 TIRES & BATTRKIRMBudget
i L. 4. for 2 minutes or soak It for' .' .
nl"inifi1'nrli. .rhlll/ '121171 Terms- Road a.rvlcePhone
A 10 minutes Advance the'" :.'I I'l'!' It ( i-7071
How About Little Help I ? I washer control to s')ln and .. I 407 N. Temple 8tuk.HURST'S .

| rompMe the cycle. rill for \iflii.. nf %i.i.11. ,.
the rinse and agitate for 2 it
I Sri*. Mil.III, .'. K.N'ollin !
County farmer hat minutes, Spin attain Add a ,
: IM liitilty| given
i unload an elephant, fabric rnftenei to the last :flit, .) Ciilinian I the. huller -
j NEWS And NOTES Inse Don stretch or wring In" mvinir, r.i.'.11'1.t .."I..,H h.rll..1 / Service StationGas
Hllltl. .1'f.rtlflllU.tl. fill,' II II,
heard' the story from I the blanket.
.. Olis Lubrication
ili I il I I'- IMIIII thr iiii 'J'
] Eunice. who runs th For Today's Homemakers i Unless: the, cliiectlon say to ,iittKn' .'I'| nutiiliilH" and) \'*>a I Goodyear Tlrat & U.tt rt.
Zoo up at Highland don't tumble dry If inaliuikpl "f II II I"III till ill srlpUu I |' t ttilt ROAD BB: IVICE
< : ,, .. 1
pi'| ,i'' 1 M unl' tin mini H I
.I he and another six Uy Martha Sue McCain: I {'.m be tllm'')'e ililrd. | \\ ,n1'li,, ,", vn ,,"N, ..t.tl .ur' '' 301 and 100 -SUrkaWheredoyawannago
a tough: time trying ton I the tempeiatuie! control .., .
| an elephant belonnlni! Iw County Extension

rll m. for shipment i Home Economics Agent
i Peny up to the( Cr<
: 1 Gene sold the i Ile I

, weighs about 12.000 I WI-U.UT-\\\TClflSG: and a normal' diet Is simply
I that the! men slug Are you In shape to look this, : the educing diet has

L battled to Ret th your bet in your new spring i fewer calories. ,?
loaded and that it did 'lothes II you think you A sound,! basic reducing diet

.,. a cow does so often need to/ trim down ty pre3ervena:1ce of about 1.200 to 1,400 ca.or:
plop-'p-l down: anc and will power to les should Include! each day

, to be. loaded. help control your weight, 2 cups skim milk, 4 Keneiou
f Some physi-al exeicl-e o servings/ of vegetables I Ito.
said they family sic work every daV111 help yoiirqulrp Including' corn potatoes o; Downtown to shop .

by Rrttln ; a line or a slimmer! moi. dried' beans 1. and fresh o ..

A'r{ through the youthful flume/ iniswettenej fruit,. 2 medium: |

I ; I and then culled th Unless;! you ai'e under thedirect I 'ervin,t.s of lean m"at or fhh fi down the street to the drive-In or
] : aboard, by pulling! with and iCKiilar/ Kii'dance! or cottage cheese or egg .. _
I truck. So the next )f a pbvRtdnn it Is not wise slices of bread tor( ceieal 1 Ii

I ;; have t-oub'e! load- lo attempt to lose more than i with 2 teaspoons butter.
I 1 hoe just be thankful It 1 to Ha pounds a week From Further' guidelines' to lid

weliih six tons! 50O( to 750 calottes l less' than' you with weight! control'
the amount needed to void :Eying. Instead bl'o.1 1 1bntl Take off and travelin

we were farming tain your weight' should main-I/ ot h.ike Bit salad
trouble loading a hog/ about 1 to I1'! pounds without: dressing Select food

: rammed n fail' ly lo- s. I >< IHicuf .IIHCPS Beware of
over the head of the Tho important dlfeien,I itch: desserts and gravyChoose ,

: and backed her up th In a sensible' ifdiKlnn diet : Iran meats Trim off Chevrolet !
1 a new
J lump But as we le- I,,
I U, the hog (got srnr- tlvitl'M. Including Ihe walk In rushing! forward at a dizzy .
: j j !: busted the hamper pace around the rnrlh 'Cal| I late of speed nowadays and I

then and there lost in old bark who CAn bnrelv : we remember when on a Sun-
I little ohanre he ever' navigate at t a respectable'thie ;' .IHV afternoon UI> In Jersey li
I, : : f controlling his tem- miles per hour It Is l used to be a treat to take a

nearly Incomp ehenslb'e (Sol, trolley car rUe out In the
5 'hliiK of man whl'llnzniounti v.ould be that someday we

i pest week It has bee- ( this ulo'je at 17.5001 I rood b- that someday w e .!)
I Lff
: keep; vow mind on miles pei hour may !get aboard a sia<'e tiufl
it, : I:> going/ on here on'' and visit the moon. '..
with all the space ac- Serinto: us fiat" we nr- ,

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I I # To Save This MonthWHY "w, '.

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I i 1966 Chevrolet Impala Sport Sedan with eight features now
I 1 I \ standard for your added safety- ,including, back.up lights! and
; seat belts front and<.l rear (always buckle up'').
I Because, at First Federal

1 j l I, J::.. I. This is a J Dividend Month.

I I 2, Savings: insured; hv the Federal!
;: Savings! & Loan Insurance; Corp What you get Is The meticulousoudiwork See
f--...} J. your
(' of Body by Fisher that surrounds -
II 3.{ Sittings, in b 20th from 1-t.
f! : > earn you with rich appointments, deep-
) Chevrolet I dealer I
,: 'i ft 1. It's conveniently, located. twist carpeting Full Coil suspension(
uncrmklea roads Magic-Mirror finish,

( I : 'y' ''';3"" T_ 5. Your business is: appreciated. e Gobs of room for hips legs(! and feet. for fast, fastWhat

I! add Includes Com-
you can
( (6.! Old fashioned courtesy with up-
1 to-date service. fortron automatic heating and air conditioning delivery on all

-spring weather the year round .

AM-FM multiplex stereo radio Tilt- kinds of Chevrolets

telet.'opil'! steering Power everything
and Loan
Savings AssociationOf
brakes windows seats steering. .VS'sandG's !,
See! your Chevrolet dealer now. You'llnever .

Starke find a better time to buy,
so Whatayawaitinfor

218 :North Temple Ave -:- .Phone !9/il)/ 10500'It ;; l GM 1 Big-saving summer buys on .

L Chevrolet, Chevelle, Chevyc

c,". D .. [ and Corvair.
I Does Make A Difference Where You Save" ........ .. ... ..... .- -. .............-.. .:. .-

09 8144

; : : I First Federal Reminds You To Join Your C of C WALT HULICK CHEVROLET, INC.

I U. S. 301 NORTH( STAUKE.{ "FLA. PHONE 96.gtO&' )

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_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ __ _ TIII'USDAY. JUNK 9. 1968 NTAKKK.. : F1XIKIDA

,- 'j Community Church SanctuaryTo v- '


Be Dedicated This SundayA I 1 I

HIGHLIGHTS dedicatory service will b? planned to embody com 'Pt.<

I held! at 2 p. m. Sundiv: formally of all motor pr to taut
opening the newly con- faiths arid is completely air %

By Mary:\ Schaeffer truct'-n( sanctuaiy of the>: conditioned.The :: g

Phone 473-1127 Keyston" HeUhts Community cross which soars 90

Chinch. feet Inl.o the sky. and th!
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-' -I Dr U. S. Gordon pastor three stained:: glass windows,

ORIENTAL' CARD PARTY Ketch trophy as the most of FL. "t Presbyterian Chu, c.i will be lighted at nlfhtAmoiiij ,.

The ladles of the Keystone Improved 18-hole golfer of of Oali.esville.[ wfl official" the 50 Items nf memo a r
Height Woman's Club are I the year. The Lea Stephen- .a. -. -- at the service which will' be nriam and honor donitel to _

planning to have three card I ton trophy for the most Improved New At open t.o the general public. I the church, : are a mil torlty of _

parties during the summer 9-hole golfer of the Gym Keystone HeightsDedicated I II I The building replaces the the ma.tor furnishingsThe !! !

months this year. year went' to Mrs. Harold structure which was! built i i Interior of the structure -
To A. E.
The first an Oriental card Sutton. Anthony 1924. und was the only uses walnut as the bail

party will be held Monday New officers for the 19(58-( Th" new Rymna. lUm atKeyst.me [pin: rile I tile nere siry *h'w-I' church., in: the arra for many u/iol./ and Is highlighted

June 20. at the home of Mrs. 67 season will be Mrs. E. TMartin Heights high! crs and locker and equipment years receiving persons of withhlte pane'ing and

John Bird. Magnolia Drive president: Mrs. Gay and all protestant fa'ths.Contpinporary cushions. and b'.ue cnretinRecrjtIon :
School was dedicateIn1& :! '! rooms for plr's ,
e1prn. I LIvlrmM.on, vice president; week bY the c'av County boys Deign I

: There will be tables of I Mrs. Al Sutton. treasurer: Board of Public Instructionin An entrance is provided} on The contemporary: architecture Following thi. 'Icatlt-n, a

11r Idge canasta, and scrabble, Mr' E. P. Wright, secretary. honor of A. E. Anthony each side of the! lo'by arei, of the sanctuary 'Is reception will be hell bv the I _

tylth prizes for each table. The retiring president.Mrs. Jr.. a member of the School where ticket both concession -1' the dominating Influen in Women! of the Church in tli"

The" Birds lived in the Aiken. was given a silver Board who did n't seek reelection stHuJ. and I'est' rooms the Interior ap-olntm'nt? educAtional b'll'ldng.: and

61 lent -mostly In, Okinawa I tray ani a stnn-llna Jesse P. Tvnes.! Clay lire located.A I' and stained glass window :de- will al-io be open to the pub-

fj r'a number cf years an-1 I ovation for a job well done. County Superintendent:! of portion of the bu'l' 'inn sign. The church has b-en lic.A

they have an outstanding! : Play ulll resume the first Schools!: was in charge ofceremolltr. file pi'iipeity was donated by j ja recital on the newly acQuired -J

collection of Oriental artifacts -I Thursday In September. ... E. Wiggins and the late J. i Vacation Bible organ will be p-es' nt-

which suggested the ; SUMMER: : LIBRARY The new facility contain- Fdwi.i Larson, and a plaque ed by the church organistand

theme for the occasion. ACTIVITIES TO BEGIN ing approximately 9.000 has been placed in the lobbyin I School Will choir director. Mrs. I Lions Count Up Profits

All Keystoners.. are invitedto First second third, and squar 'ieet. was built at a the honor. Start June 13 George Canova for 30 min Kc. >ittin.h.hri's (trio,. left) Hulirrt. \\'hltl'I".hull; : I nxliNiin. prpolilent. vt
coma: and: all members of fourth graders will begin/ James A. Mc- used for utes prior to the service.
cost of 94433. The new was
gym I tincliil>; und.) :Murtln ICunioi, Hcrretury-tn-uturer. smile approval| | (tier the proflt
the club will be exoectrd to their Book Worm Readingacthltles the architect. ( Dr. Albert C. Ho't. fOl'm'I'poptor !
.ome. Donations will be SI. I on June 14 at the Donald was hand- the first time Wednesday!! Vacation Bible School, under of First Presbvterlan I from. u rancor fund hpiipllt (Ish fry Mpiinsored. by the club litHt HI.t'lJ'duy' l night. InIcrcslcd -
construction was
:?1ease cull Mrs. Bird at Keystone Hrl--hts library led an.1 by Pppple's Constructljn night June 1. when 15 grad- the direction of Mrs Church in Jacksonville. tq'' "I| i-rtutor In foreground. It illnilniitlvp UaiiKlit4 of Rlam.....

4709 to make 473-1' Boys nn-l: girls who have not Co. of Jacksonville. uate of KItS received diplomas Barry Wyman. will be hell the mInister. and will PSS|lt: .

TEEING OFFNineteen signed no for the fun as yet In the annual com- June 13-17 from 9 to 11:30: I Dr. Gordon at the special
I A new addition to the hid service.Fra.ik. .truction, Co. of Keystone Florida.
Community 1
members ot the: are urzrd! to huvry down to house ',\ IlS nl"n constructed IT meno('iii"nt pxei'ciqe'*. a. nn ii the building..1' i : Ilsen served as I: Heights. contractor. The'I Of the $123.030: total cost '

Keystone Women's Golf As- the libnuy and do so. There Church educational Funeral Services I chairman of the bulging! !I I landirnplr.K: was done unde of construction and furnish- I
met 2 for the will be each week for Boy and girls from preschool I
aoclatlon June a prl/ip 1 ; \ '
moving to Tampa lhr! [ i-i t Bennett. Terry Whlsennnt. I committee! : with Don Mut- the direction of Noel Lake |ling. the sum of $83.000 hasteen
final play of the season. I the outstanding reader. month. 1 Harvey Biker Wayne f.3 to 3 yeAI's1! through; For Z. O. Lynn gao of Orange Park, the I I superintendent of plants and i : donated or pledged to
Net by Also, June 14. fifth high school are invited ta:
Low I
was won on ::
f. I Guests Included Mr. *nn Henderson. II HI HenJry.: I Held Saturday arrhltirt': and! Trlest Con- grounds at the University of date.
Mrs. Lon Rushton with 33. sixth. seventh. and eighth enroll
Mrs. Joe Tomes Mr an :Michael: 1 PasswatT Melanie
Mrs. James Cheaainzton took graders will start their treas- Th" theme this year, "Tra I \\
Rowan Thomas Mr Home: Max Mooneyham 86. of
Mrs. Zula Ormond Lynn.
ieconcl Low Net with 39. ure hunt. The member of vel with Jss'is to Bible
and Mts. Cook and chil Donald Meldrum, Deb'iloDleasdrtlc. Lake
Ray ( Sa'itaEel
Indian Beach
In the Putting ConteH. the Treasure Hunt Rending Times." will bring an exciting -'I I KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-MELROSE
dren. L. I... Ileflin. aol fromMayport Elva Baker, Ma k in
] died last F Hay n
Mrs. E. F. Aiken was winner Club who reads the secret course, "Living! with I
Naval Center! a Jordan( Paul Mart In. Gail I
Stark hospital after an extender -
with 17 putts. In a three- trenoure book of the week Christ" to the boys: an3 ;
I Butch Dnnielsnn Wolf, Mifhellc! St'wnitNnthmi ,
sailor. .
I Illness.A
way tie for second place. Mrs. will receive the treasure' for girls. Bich!: class will fin:
The Hendersons who ran Bruce. Evelyn : BUSINESS DIRECTORY
Brook. Mr
natve: of !
Ed Dwyer. Mrs. Ty Oarber that vet'k. The s'cret book adventure following Christinto
the Snf' has. Co Hague Mark HutchisonWnvni I I ,
I Keystone Lynn was a reti-ed cat-rente
and Mrs. Bill Smith dropped will be found on a different the Bible and into their
will opp-atp the P.otane Gas Oo-lwln. Robert I I and :a member of the> Seventh
18 putts. sublcc. each week.
I ll.'es. I
Following play 25 mem- The two clubs! will run Co. in Tampa. nrak.Fcott Lnmalle. Jerry incultv is as follows! : I Day Adventist Church. Before -
POST S('KHTMis : Pavtm, Stan!: Thrift Willhm i iWolfe Tlr romlnn to Snnta Fe VPPMANCKSFEDDER'S' BEAUTY SHOP! I I MOBILE; HOMESAre ;
bers attended rovered-dl.sh from J-ine 14 till August 21 .I I Beginners with Mrs. Jack ,
Liwrem-e. oin Sally n.-onmn: KathY .
: Ilrlrn \
I 1 eke t he resided in Gaines
luncheon at Alken's Acres At the end of the summer local librarian asked lit to Hin-k. Olivi Mnssa.: VI" ) Methvin! and Miss Lorraine I ville. KEYSTONEBEAUTYSHOP you planning to enlarge]
Mrs. Miller Wrinkle was welcomed there \,111 be a party Day. assisted by Misses Diana I or add to your present Mobile)
the K"vstnne Pat Cox 1I1fll"| l R1lOnlloi
mention that Bnnnlsti-r.: l1u h-
Surviving are (
Into" the association\ SOFTBALL SATURDAY: Ilpen; and Gina MDSST : HEAT PUMPS I Home? If you are. we may bo
LlbrHiy has n list of suggested \>. flynn Mooneyham ters. Mrs. Peggy Rain of
The Wrinkles are new mem-i NIGHT Primary grpdes 1 and 2. 'ROUNDCOMFORT ) Edith Johnson Owner able to serve you. Call us foil
iradlnas for st.iiclen's' nov Williams.: Tnn Jordan R. Go"t- FOIl YEAR
Galncavllle: Mrs. C.
bers of the Keystone Gol'and The foltball same between with Mrs. Roy Tuikn"tt information on Mobile Homes
starting to colleie this. fa'l Hnnny Hinck. Terry DeWltt, I :
Country Club. the Junior Woman's Clur- : Grade 3. Mrs. Arthur Ketch. nev. Tnmpa; Miss Ruby: Personal
SO von see niplihrnrv has Picky I-1nnt.> nun Sliiwn La- Lynn. Orlando: ; and :Mr- CONTACT:' -
Th", icqiular monthly business nnd the Llonellns will beginat with !Mrs. Edwin Nelson as .\.niiingsScreen
somethlnK for everyone. mall" rilliilp'l I pins werepie."n''I John Thlele. Bavarr:! Hair .. ..
meeting followed the 7:30: p. m. Saturday evenIng craft leader. REDFERN'S Styling Itu. "
luncheon. !Mrs! Al Watson at City Park. If you do I FRIENDS: OF MIMMKYOn I !! .! to Hihonor st.u- Juniors. grates 4 and 5. Funeral service were held I Individual. Beauty. Cure Culmnii. *
Filday evening. June 3 I "en''<. e.'pli group. Th" Saturr'av! at 12-30 p. m. at APPLIANCESFor Culture ... .
was awarded! the Vonclle not have your ticket yet you with Mrs. Myron Prevail Jr. Every:: Form of Beauty Other IIn.101011.: llonii
of the Friends of PT" tiurrhised these pins \
may buy one at the !rat! members and Mrs! John B'rd' as! era Itleader the graveside in An'inch Free Estimates Open Tues.-Sat 9-S; accessories. !
the Library met lit City IM1'' and iTotnl/ed: : tvii* proup a* Cemetery near LaCrosre Closed Monday
There will be door-prbes. so
R. N
Orade 6.
KEYSTONEDriveIn hold on to your stub. Refreshments to discuss; their nw Consti- the last t PTA m-etlnR. O'lr !Punderlajid.: : :: with Mr<. John with Elder C. R. C"6's officiating !-i Keystone Ileijjhts! Keystone Heights 473-4803 Keystone
>lId Bv-t-nws. Jullip congral-ilatlons to all of 173-1252
tution you .
I : / Arrangements weretn
will be on sale at
craft lendT ;
TheatreFri. Hanson pi'elided In..the nV Annthl"1"'-- featureof th" Ruffdil hs charge; of WlUHnuiThoma Aluminum Cabana "
the grounds. rkrad'csr' I :
; 1 7
!; ;
Yom People Elect rical Sales!' & Servic "
I t Coma and brlni all your ence of the presl"ntVII:: special n ,fI(>mlly'IIS nn exciting : through 121 J Mrs Albert C Funeral Home T V Service Center Sales ,

., Sat.June 10, 11 little ones. This is the sort liam VVui, /stall.FAKKUEI.I. basketball giine star- Holt with! 1\11'S. Edmund:! Gainesville.MELROSE. !. 3. n. TIIIKS. Proprietor I I Yeoman's Electrical)
of evening the whole family I'AKTYOn hug Bin Joe. Smilln1 Ilubey. Authorized Motorola Phllco Rt. 21 3 miles South of Ke.v
Dwver as!! craft lender.Mrs ............ .
may enJoy.CROI.YS. Thul',1ay'enll1ft, Fluhtm1$ Kirtley. Tuff Rho- Arthur Bralne-d' wll')'I. Sales. and Service Sales & Service atone Heights, Florida. Phon
GLaaA PiCu5... ELMOKE June 2. the Rib grade Fins- :'en. Speedy Jnckson.!! and enrhmornlni Service! On All :M.ikne.. 475-2411 An Authorized |
of worship
.. ThEHERPES ENGAGED of the Keystone Itelahts[ Sinker Oliplumt This gioup. be in rharge Miss Ol'rtl'u"eHOllieI' TV R \IHO STEREO FrigidaIre Appliances llrllulr l IH-uler"

Mr and Mrs. Thomas D. School had a farewell party of ('our,'. rpprespnts the faculty COLOR TV Maying Washers
uspasAvisios will pHv the piano I
Elmorc of Oa'npsvllle at Keystone Heights! : Bench They fought'' a lonir Work G'lnmntpedTV RontalsKeystone Zenith and Motorola TV
announce all enjoying the fellowship 'fTRF.RY!:
for mimbPis. of th"lr p'ns' with By Sally Rothhammer -lilits. 47S-4B3I HeatersI' -
the engagement" of hard battle t n {ain't the varsity of Mnglng.; Stagier

their daughter. Carolyn. t,> who !ore movlnu away Those ti'iim." and tlna'lv'nn Mrs oeorxe; Richardson .44&4.... .. &..&A I O. Rotc iSO Metros O.C.Carnes Nurser]}
cowala cotos Dennis W. Hawley. son of soon to leave" Kevstone Include The score wns B2 to 72. Thl Auto Sales & Service Tlione 473-2371
Jr. will have chare!': of re-
Bllle: Sue InklebnrierPam includes) the 30 point' han1cnp P'1nMll1ome-2J
Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Hawley Hlwfcv WO
freshments.As'lrtlnit. exerciseswere : Authorized Dealer[ For I II
nitch. Tern Hendersonand to the faculty' at
: uncn StarkeNurs..ry
; SE of
also or Gainesville. A June Mltpg
Sun., Mon. Tue*. Mrs.' Wyman
1 Tina Birdie! They i'e- the! be"innlnn! We R'e looking held at Melro.se: High I Chrysler Plymouth Valient I II (;'eneral Construction_
June 12 13 It* weddins Is planned. with th" prennrnMon of BlhV .
Har- Stock Thou -
1 celved !ome rnmi"nl present. forward: to other such\ (: School Friday night. June 3 I 3lmcInternational[ -
The Elmores are former rlno'' I is Miss Kay Sunder- For .:\IH'rt| Hiinip Ki-piUr lleiiiiHUling. Fruit
nndi of Plant Jk
from their rh.'nmll's.fo:\ t ronll''.!l. next at 8 o'clock. Dr. Walter A lester Trucks. Scout
residents of Keystone and fount ruction
Promise Her land.A Traei to chco from. Nice
: of the evpiilnii vas spent Rostnbaum.: professor; o DriveClayton .
HelghU. Carolyn attendedI dancing on the p.niHnn f-chool for a'i welf-omp' "OP out to nil' politic! I science at the University RevelsChry8lerPlymouth e.\ILKeystone Shade Tree s. IfivergreAru!! /

AnythingWarren I Keystone School. Bradfor'High :: CIVIL DLFKNSi: Itl.POItTResrur : tllrllnplIl.t.lrlpatln\ !: wil'vtiut to ..1011liS at B'hl' ( Schoo'' of Florida delivered Home fr. Landscape. PUnts. All In
; i School, and graduated Jiiiie\ I 13 and end July and bring a friend with you containers plant' anytime
from Gainesville High SchoolMr o-jprnti'; i n .s's'eclin '' 22. Elementary i.essons| will the commencement address Repair & Improve- Camellia .4.. aztleat.Let .
Realty, Leslie (;liii lila :Miv Inc'luriert Kenneth Tom'inson' w a INC.
Hawley. also a graduate "e hi Id At. the Charles K us do yoiic landscaping.
Caron I of Gainesville High. i 1' :'leblll'J1lrtho1l'* t Church Elaine Lively was Salutatjr ('L\\'TOS It. \'F.I.S" Phone 684-3665
the U. S. must b" provider)
currently) Army. lit. 21-t' :Miles South of
I :May I. Search for 3 year ol/ Ian. I0":>0 N. Orange
Juniir Senior Helen Fran
taking basic training/ Fort by pnipnts. Hy lie)HtonP. 1I'llh'
Wed., Thur. June 15, 16 Bennlns. Ga. boy at Waldo I found I IIay! 4 luau Indents will catch the Diplomas;: were presented!! : Green Cove Springs 2R4-fl8ll! !PACKAGE( ; STORE

; \ \; V t% ADIEV. KIND FRIENDS Report or posMbl" Irk nina bus! nt. school nt 6:45: find \bent by Carey E. Ferrell Jr. Piitnani .\ (t'oilili'ti| .. Home, Scr ire
\ sIttit \ I On Saturday evening. May Klngsley Lakp. MTV: 4; Report Clay Hi'ih in time for* COMMUNITY: : CIIUKCII County Supcrintcnden':! SPRING MOTORSComplete THE BLUE PINES 1

28, Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Tomes I of man with heart nt rlnsses at 7:45: <; These *.eq- oranizatinal: meetingof of Piibli.Instruct Inn. Service & Parts ForVOLKSWAGEN Roofing. Cnnr'l'te.Insonrv.! : .
.. tack np.ir Oolri 11'Rrt.11! \\' Clad* officers are: KennthTomllnion. Package Store &
I tho Church Women wa '
entertained at their homeon Rlonq111 meet until 12 noon. Painting Plumbing Electrical,
... Lake Geneva with a cook- B; auto accident sn 21 .Students! : will return In the, held un May 30 for the purpose president: Larry "If It's For A VolkswagenWe I and Drafting Services COCKTAIL LOUNGE
I North. )Mav 1 fi: loinndn.. BellalrpMpariowlnoik of !setting up committees Price, vice president: Vlrk.Gornto !. available.Our .
out farewell for
as a party fall on Auriist 21.) School I Have It"
; ;;; ( O'er" ,. f Inl' the Fall secretary : Becky: Open 9 A.M.-12 P. M. Except:
circles for
MAvuIow, JMTMNtsU(UII1 -n1Y! Mr and Mrs. Wayne Hender&on \\lbf\\ open rlurinjs: the .hum I by Always Plenty of Good Used
units ri-spondert I ;?\M.iv !n'I auto Mathew'R, treasurer; and Sunday
who I Bazatr. Circles were assigned i Plumbing
and children Department in
are,I ml" '. Newcomers are pn>*oiir- I Volkswagens In Stock I
II accident repoited Stt 21 to the various booths bu' Robert Ridenour, chaplain.Honor : operating around the clock
I : raged to come in and registerat I Green Cove Springs. 251.9200AUTO : Dance Every Saturday Night
I,I South I 11'0 car nt scene. I IIS May I that time. it wes stressed that members students were with 24 hour service availablefor Music of Connie and

I ; auto ncrirlent. Sit 21 WOI''( and make items for a I' Sara Cornelia Baldwin Jean local residents Our workis The Fireballs!
4 r21I North1.tV:\ 17. report oldrownliu Seniors of 6i( are busy booths without competitive Lively. Rebecca Mathews SERVICE. First Quality and our service -
I !Swnn: I.nke. ninkn'c ):,IRn" for the summer Robert Rldemur. Kenneth 4 MILKS\ EAST! OF
:! one action. The only purpose o Is the bent We serve Mobile < -
I year old boy resuscitation and I and fall. Ln.1n: Anthony booth lenments is to b: Tomlll1 on, and:! Joseph KING'S homes.IF KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
I hospltiil by amhu'anrfay: P Delores Murrhee. Carol Wnf- salesladies (Continued On Service Station
ren. Kathy McHve. Shawn Page 10)This ) ;
I 21: investigateflashing) r Mrs. R.' A. Gaunt, (Circle YOIIISH REAL ESTATE
( ': light on take Geneva, boat Lamalpl Don Norri.s. Jackie 2U] chairman of the Luncheon I USED CARS _AT_ I :Masonry or Carpentry repairs;

broke down. \I.iv :31!1 : ante I Fox and possibly' Jim Thl's Committee, will be assisted BARGAIN:' PRICES I Kprmxleling or Addition; a LAKE LOTS

nccldfil. SR 100 \VPst. :Miy. will enter St. Johns River by chairman of Circle II ELECTRIC i ('..ttUj{", or a (;arage' ; a Porchor

\.. 23; Report of possible drowning Junior Collece. Carol plans to man ANt ACETYLENE ratio: u Carport or Floridalioom Lake Geneva $5300 (Terms)

-ov"i turned bait: -owner continua! her put time work (Continued On Page 10)) WELDING ; a Urlvewa-y, Sldruulki Lake Brooklyn $3500 (Terms)

I located. Mny 24: hous"( cumin:: the summer: the :MEIJIOSE 475-21.11 i Stniruii.v; ('..blnl't.. or Shelving Trailer Lots $500 up (Terms)

fire. Lnk.1 Brooklyn. May 23: others anticipate a carefree can help ; !'lIn..lln"r. / other fine MORTGAGE: BROKER
burn on loot on small chl d. summer. the Troy City Schools. Mtsr: MELROSEAuto Interior' trim worklndous;

:May 28; report of auto ncpldent Jane McMnrirv: beeves Saturdnv I Baker has derided to try the ur i HIIOI-H. or a uell-bnllt New APPRAISAL SERVICE: ;

near Penney Farms. for Troy state Colle"e businer.. 'worli:! and has accept you/ ServiceRichard HomiWe. Can Serxe You.

May 29 In AMbama.: where she will e1:! a position as stenographer J
\Ve MI pest von olio this' purer the summT session for DuPont in I for complete protection, you Former Owner J. L. Motors! Complete design and drafting Mrs. R.M. Ilgen. 473-4816 473-4 1S2:
Normn Valide halt will pursii" Gainesville! Mrs. Wilkes will need Insurance that (I. adapt :Mncclenny assistance available at ru Capt. Lovorn.

I Continued on Next Panel I her hlj-hpr educntlon at. FSTJ Join her husband In Birmingham able to changing protection General P "natr charge to our customers.
In the fall. while Pat Shail- and teach there next I needf. That's what you get S.E.McKay, Realtor ]
New &:: Used Parts I
In Gulf Life policy with
Can You Swing A 'Bhnpssv' journeys" to St. P"tersbure fall. Anyone visiting Winter! Adapt-A-Plan.every For example, 3tandard Oil Product HOME: "' REPAIR KEYSTONE HEIGHTS

PERCE Junior College after Haven will find :\f"s. Oarn'Me II a mortgage policy can be MELROSE Phone 473-4316

1'00ndhil the summer at the busy i"hlng> English: there adapted to provide retirement Carpentry Service
dru' store working. Edith All other stuff member ', Incom. Aik 'this friendly Gulf
Partner? June Is the Time! I life Regresentatlve about IIIKKUfKAKN USED) CARSHanks :Masonry Service '
? Baker his mad" :plans to enter will rei<<
Pitrtein. S p< pns School next fall. Summer plans fo-
User! (Ce! .
A "partner on matrimony,'" that i is.. in TiiYifa Pit Cu, "n-'et will them include a variety of I "*" CALL: Holiday

The answer may well depend on how \hp hpajlng for Bo' Jones things from cross country I lUG CASH!' DISCOUNT:' KEYSTONE Restaurant

much ready cash you have on hand to Hy Scottlr Thom.*'* Unlwl'y 'n Orepnvllli. S l en mo trips to summer schoo' T E R M 1 S Home Repair Undpr New {
establish C. Lntirn, Burf aol Danny Institutes in other states BUY SEI1 TRADE. OWl1..nhlpGIL
for the the -
pay !'
The PII : of the 'hool yearIs Bx--rt have m rie'lnlt" nlans! A hav.py summer to all of I R t. 1 Box. tin & Improvement Servicelit. PARF.DCStna
home get the marriage off to a good
traditionally a time for We wouH nisi bike to PX- our readers' !!, and look for !Huv. 1nB I 8 :\11I.",. S. Stnrkp Food Moderately "ricedOPFN
ftart, financially. Better begin .saving farewllbut before %e bida tend n "thnnk von" and this school news column| 21-South of

here nowKEYSTONE! fond adieu to anvone we "aood 'uck'' to "ii'tv, mem- when school resumes In the WE 74VF nnon Ke'tr. >ne IloiThU.. Fla ;: 7 DAYS WEEKLY

would l.ke to complete our beis who will not<< h' with ii,"- fall.We I Used! Car' and Trucks 475-2111; Full Dinner T.unrhe -

STATE BANK list of honors to deceiving ne"t'rRI'. M'-s Blot. math' would like. to give s"e"i i 41 t "S.ivln Prlrp .\ General Contractor ,Snprlnllzlng Aln Carte-Italian Fond.
students Perfect attendince teacher. tins n'ans trnt tn"P Inl) recognition to NancyKlnn.oiiy '
> !11! re It For You
In the SM: \LL
certifi-ates, weie l-.sue.-i at a her to O'krH e T tin Tray : in !grade 11 forearning I If Vf Ttnn-1 Vsr. It PIZZA PIES
Member F.D.I.C. Keystone Heights, Job for the Convenience
FridayThey hh1'NLL.r.5 Jr.
special assembly
; Ala will he thP new lo"aHon, straight As for the BEER
"Your Friendly Bank In Your Friendly) wt'ie received by Terri for Mr I 'itz. Rnvl'nh' t 'richer last four semesters in all of Phone 473-4340 Vernon Buff Garage of the Homeowner.

Dyal. :Mark Kiefer. :Margie She will attend the Unl- her subleets This Is a record Box 6M Ilwy. Ion KevstnneI7.1 Illts. Serving Clay and Block North of Red Light

Community. Vuiiu I.1s.E'II1.t., WillluinClKne. \'pl'.illv,1, Alab.imi .uul to he i.ry nimul of ('on'r.\- Keystone llrlKlits, Fla. :!- mo Brad fonl Counties KEYSTONE: : HEIGHTSTHE
.. :. Carolyn Jordan. Tei- teach. remedial!. reading hiV tul..tl'1INancy' I -
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County 4260 tar : ; : e '. t'.r. GAR LOW THRIFTY PRICES

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I' tended trip to the Middle I turnlnr.: about five years ago! I OKiil/cd for their outstanding month here with then-. gnmdparcnts. I VVVVVVVVVV,.vVVVVVV..' Mr anil Air How ;ird I'.id- I iii ii'd Fiuliy" (for' thi'ir. report I Mrs! Lellar Lang's nephew. ,

West leaving some time this Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth contributions to the Vo-A,. Mr. and Mrs> Earl gutt and Him and \fl'''. Vinnu'I'iict.gi't *. rurrts .mil u ;<11\ pa It y. :May oiu'h Donald Mosley, Is very 111 nod

NEWS NOTES I month tor Omaha, Nrbr. by Reed! I of the lazy Susan program and the FFA at Voyles. The Voyles'" youngestdaughter CLAY HILL /: t atu-ndcd I the winning/: / anti l eV<'I'.V u child hiivt* a happy\ I confined to a Jacksonville\

car. where they will visit Restaurant will leave withina Melrose. Peggy, plans to return lit tin Cnngroft'itlomil' Hollnc.-H summer vu59 Lion. ionpiUil.
home with the Klrkmansand Church in Maxvllle\ Saturday We are sorry to learn that,\ Robin Carter spent the
their Hans, and family. week for Camp-O-Woods at Price the DeKnlb 0
son. Larry won '
(Continued frorn Page Eight I spend a portion of her Uy Mrs. Howard Padgett/ night., Mrs. Irene, Padgett Is confinedto weekend' with! her uncle and
After that they will enjoya Speculator N. Y. In the award for the outstanding
summer' with them. Mr// and :Mrs.:\ H. 1 It.[ Whito-' >bed with high blood pres aunt MV. and( MI'.. Lloyd Wll.klnson -
canpi: > trip to Yellowstone Adirondack Mountains.: Oar-; Senior FPA member( 0
tK Phone
one. Mrs. M. A. Scliroeder.& 2894132vvvvvvvvvvvvyvvvvwe! : We her of. Luwtey.
I had the pleasure of being hOI d anti family of Mnxvillevlxjted sure. wish a speedy
National Park. the don Purdy, president and director the school and received II
of these two elrcesl Howard Pad
Members and Mrs.
Invited as guest performer to / her pal'r.ntH11'::\ and recovery. Mr.
will be co-workers. Mrs. David -I Orand Tetons. an:!! other of the camp ant: un- certificate and lapel pin. Palatka Monday n.lght. The Mrs. Hardy: Padgett Sunday i Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Albs-\ gett and son and :Mrs. Vinme

Hellion Is ticket chair points. The Rcehls' are formerly til last month manager of John Allen won trig Star Navy Mothers Clubs of America I Clay Hill Baptist Church afternoon. I ley and.I
man. The hanawoik: table of Detroit. Mich and i Park -of-the-Palms! in Keystone Chapter Farmer Award. De had a new chapter Instituted will start Vacation BIble Our deepest sympathy goes, ville visited Mr. und Mrs. Henry ..t Robert Baxley Jr. and family

will be staffed by members now reside in Keystone Club Heights has engaged: Matchett won the awards for and Installed iind they In- I School, June 20 to 24. Everyone out to :Mrt: h.lhi uuri.or on the Moslpy Sunday. Tuesday night.

of Mrs. Henry Mlckle'a Cir- Eitatps, where Mr. Roehl ex- : the Reeds as membprs of his Star Oieenhand and PUblic vited me over. Well you know Is cordially invited to attend death of her niece Mrs. Juanitu -

cle. Mrs. William Beam, Sr. cells in growing rose trees, staff at Camp-O-Woods. The Speaking.!! me- I just had to go and do Kerton of Daytona Mrs

Circle '\will preside over th? and Mrs. Roehl's hobby Is Lazy Susan will be closed for Th:' puests were able to "Minnie Pearl" for them, and Homecoming will be June Carter has been on the sick I

White Elephant table. Mrs. African violets. She Is president approximately:\ six months.Mr. sec and admire the cow recentlv had lots of fun. I 19 at the church. We will lint and under the doctor's

Elmer Howe's Circle will of the Homemakers Pudry and his family donated to the Melrose have lunch and Hinging in the cnre.

_serve a* hostesses at the ei Keystone Club. have! returned to Speculator I Chapter by the Dlxl, afternoon and everyone J.,:. in- Mr. and Mrs.\ Howard Pad

table and food booth. The Mrs. Alma! Frost left Mon- and the! new owners have Lily :Milling Co. She Is a fine 'I vlted to attend.PIOKSONALS gett and son visited, Mr. and

Rebcccah, with Mrs. William day' for a month's visit with taken over operation of asset to the Chapter I' : 1 Mrs. Bud HiRckm and family
Warren and Mrs. Kenneth former friends in Aurora. 111. Park-of-the-Palrm here. Mr. and Mrs. Bill I'omlarvls an.'J :Mrs.:\ IiettyIosley::\ and

Cooper as chairman will be She will then Join her son Distinguished Rev. Gene Ruests Chance.pre- Ll of Lawtey visited Mr. and, Mrs.: children Monday afternoon.We .
Jack and family In sent weie I Buddy Wilkinson Sunday af arc sorry to learn of
In charge of the novelties, Medway who the Invocation, and
-Baptist ternoon.Mr. .
:Mrs. being in
George Moalcy
Mass. and visit brother In !
and surprise package! booth a
Melrose Professor: C. J. Rogers from First" Baptist Rev. J. D I and Mrs. William Far- Baptist Hospital in Jackson :
will be In charge of Nightingale Canton Mass before returnIng -
In the Department of Ag. En Bowen. pastor; Ralph Co- rlah and children vislterlft.s.: ville. We wish her a speedy
Circle. with Mrs. Phil- to Keystone late
I ;alnecrlm( ; of the College! of land, organist. Parrish's sister, Mr. and Mrs. recovery.
ip White and Miss Lillian September. (Continued From Page Eight) Agrlcuture at the Universityof services Sunday I Allen Crewa in Brookor Sun Mrs. Minnie\ Lee Silcox and
Ont-v as chairmen.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Worship : ,
Kyleof Florida representing: the day afternoon.We .
son of Is staying, with
U 7:30 tnurse>
a. m.. : p. m. :
Frank Ilgen and:: Miss Keystone Lqke entertainedMr. Weeks. Slut: office of Agricultural were sorry to learn of her parents Mr.\ and Mrs.
Marilyn Bridges have Instituted Kyle's brother and sls- Others, graduating were: Education.Duplliate. open]. Wednesday. 7:30: p. m.etunday little David Wilkinson cuttinghis Henry Mosley while :Mrs. Mos
School! 9:45
something newa ter-In-hw. Mr. and Mrs. J. Charlotte Addison, John AlIen Bridge Winners : a. m. foot last week und had/ to lay Is recuperating from eye ;, ,c:7,
Travel Booth and the Men's F. Kyle for several days last Ray Beckham. MarilynBuz last .vei'k: 1st place Mrs I nursery open)I. Training Union be carried to St. Vincent's surgery. eAt r,*

Club will have a real flower week. The visitors were on Donald Downs, VickI Paley Royd and Mrs. Mary 6:30: p. m. (nursery open] Hospital. for treatment. \.e. are very proud of our

/garden of plants. There may their way from their winter Gornto Joyce Johnson! Cook. 2nd place fTiedl I -CatholicSt. :air.:\ and :Mrs. Edwin Pad Clay Hill boys who. s"uiiiif\t- -

be a Youth Booth. somethingfor homo in Orlando: to Prince- Sharon Miller Mona Mullis. Mrs. Val Olvens. Mrs. Paul Williams-Fr. Edward A. gett spent the weekend in ed from Orange Park High #4d4# .

the young boys who can town W Va. for the sum- Rebecca Mullis. Mllbum Johnson and Mrs Roland 'Kirby, priest in charge. Mrs. Avon Park. School Thursday night.: Theyare

employ their carpentry skills 'mer. While they were here. Oberman, Larry Price and Bryan Mrs. R. N. Livingston E. A. Lamm organist. Edward Mosloy of )Middle- John Wilkinson, Wilbur

under John Bird's direction.For the Louis Kyles' grandson. James Simmons.A 4th place! -:Mrs. B. A. Allen SundaY-Mass, '7:30: a. m. burg visited his parents, Mr. Padgett, Joe Iligdon and Billy

the young: girls. a program Gary Hynds. of California' leceptlon was held In' and 1fO.: P. Foster. Monday Inquiry Class, '7 and :Mrs. Henry :Mosley: Sun- :Mosley. Congratulations,;

is being considered by lecently returned from Viet the school lunch room for Josiu! Mathews and Debbie p. m. Novena; and Benediction day afternoon.Mrs. boys from your Clay Hill

Mrs. J. Miller Wrinkle. Mrs. Nam, Ftouped. off with them members! of the graduating Reed attended a piano recital '7:30: p. m, Alice Mosley i la home correspondent.Clay .

Barry Wyman and Mrs. R. C. before returning to Camp class following the commencement I at J. J. Finley Schoolin now after a stay In a Jacksonville Hill] School. was ou

Sunderland are planning the LeJeune, N. C. Mrs. Kyle I is exercises. Hostesses Gainrsvllle recently. Deb- -InterdemoninationalCommunity hospital. Thursday and the children re-

room decor which will be very active now since her were Mrs. Gilbert Reed. bie won two awards.! Church Dr It's good to get home. .
something unusual. Mrs. J. long months of recovery from Mrs Jock Miller, Mrs. Harvey -' Mr Gilbert Reed's mother. A. C. Holt minister: Mrs I

Azzie Williams sewing : surgery for a fractured hip Finn. Mrs .Floyd Gllrie. Mrs. Seeber Brennon of George Canova organist after a day of hard work or hard play. And it's
I DeWitt C. Jones
chalrmin. is arranging for She celebrated her 80th Mrs. Olynn Rothhammer, Sunday School 9:30: a. m Home
: Valdosta:! Oa.88 a recent pleasant to relax with cool, refreshing beer. In
several sewing meetings, the birthday on May 22. and hluli. school students. Morning Worship 11 a. TO
guest in their home. Ii
STAUKE fact 65% of all the beer produced in this
[ -PHONE I 961-2600 countryis
both hours].
29 Peggy Vuyles. and Peggy and open
first to be on June at 10 The Keystone FellowshipClub Mr.' and Mrs. Charles Per-

a. m. In the educational made a change in regular Teena Itothhammer. ry and children of Atlanta -Epi .conal KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-PHONE 473-3176 enjoyed at home. It cheers your taste as it renews -

building. Mrs. Thomas Nor- plans and held! an out- FFA BANQUET Oa. spent the weekend visit- St. Anne's Rev.
wood and Mrs. A. H. Lagassewill door picnic luncheon on June The" Melrose Chapter of ing both of their parents In Worstall. vicar; R. O. Copeland i with beer.

assist the chairman. 9 at Keystone Beach. Future Farmers of America :Melros organist. Rental Services

PERSONALSMrs.! Th3 home of Mrs. Ida I I held its annual Father & Bishoa: James W. Henleyof Morning Prayer and Ser UNITED STATES BREWERS ASSOCIATION, INC. @

Kenneth Cooper recently Gentry has been moved back I Son Banquet last Thursday the Florida Annual Conference mon, 2nd and 4th Sundays HOSPITAL IJEDS. WHEEL CHAIRS I P.O. BOX 273. WINTER PARK FLORIDA

returned from Alachua from the highway, to make night at the school cafeteria.! appointed the Rev. 9:30: a. m. I nursery open i CRUTCHES :

General Hospital after surgery room lor the widening of Eighty members and guests; T. A Steuart to serve Holy Eucharist and sermon '

and Mrs. John Nimble Route 100, and is now nestle: enjoyed the baked chicken the Melrose' and Orange! 1st and 3rd Siindays 9:30: A
has returned from Bradford in the lovely garden she has dinner. Creek Campvllle Methodist M. [nursery open]. ChW'':!. .: -. .
County Hospital.Mr tended for many years. Mrs. LarlY Price, chapter president Churches: and Rev Paul H. School, 9:30: A. M. "Holy Eucharist

and Mrs. Herman Gentry was formerly postmaster served as master of Watts to serve the Lutz 8 a. m. each Sunday. .

Roehl are planning an ex-' at Lake Geneva, re- ceremonies, Other officers Methor'lst' Church in Lutz Evening Prayer '7:30: P. M AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY' I IAir
.: I assisting: in the program Rev. and( Mrs Steuart have each Sunday. EYC., 6:3'j: p. M
were: John Allen, vice presi I two children. Janet 5, and I each Sunday. - -- ---

dent. Junior Jordan: treas- :Mike. 3.INDIAN. Dally offices of Morning
urer: David Gaboardt secretary -
Serving Florida and Evening Prayer 8:00: A
Bill! Mntchett, reporter vvv..v.v.vvvvvvvvyy. M. Conditioning-Healing I Beauty Academy LADIES WEAR I Office
Since 1950 : Dell Matehctt. sentinel; and 5:00: P. M.Fresbvter .1 Equipment

S and DaUd, Brantley, chaplain jar. RUSS PIKER | POWELL'S
% a.dng BEACH-- Faith Presbyterian Churcn Authorized Alrtemp Cherry'sOalncsvll''s Hancock Office

............ David Gaboardt gave a -Rev. J. R. Noale Ji min HeathllAll' Conditioning Beauty AcademyLearn Most Fashionable
report of the Chapter's accomplishments fLake Santa Fe) ister; !Mrs. w. A. Wallace, organist SHEET: METAL a Profession In Your AdJress For LadleshRESS EQLTIPMEN'rSrnith.Coi'onaAuthorized)

Mrs. Ladle Cordially for the year, I Mr. Jam F. Miller. Sr. : Mrs. Carl Swisher, Resiilrntal, Commercial j Spare Time. Full or Part Time
and officers summer : ES-SUITS-'OTS
Chapter presented organist.
GodwinRepresentaUve c.vvvvvvvvvyvvvyvyvvWe Industrial Dealer
Honorary Chapter Sunday School 9.4: ,.. m I
Welcomes Indian Sale'-lnstallation-Service I I Cl.lry-\'Ictol'TotaU"
Beach folks] know' Low Tuition Terms
Farmer Decrees to the following Morning Worship, 11 a m. I
summer has really arrived I 2702 N.E. 19th Dr. | 219 N.W. 10th Ave.GaInesvIlle 1 Adding Machines, Calculator
Ph. 964-5321 ; men: J. L. Price, Jr Sunday [Nursery open both ACCESSORIES
when Nick and Virginia Sim- Gainesville 372-0714 I : -
father of the President 0 hours.JHAMPTON
1013 E. Call St. Family to Your : ons Move out to their! cottage { 378.2366CHAIN : 7 'W University Gainesville 01. SAVE; TIME; Discuss your
W. of
Parsons. Principal .
Starke New Home from Gainesville. requirements with us! first.
Melrose High and Adro They got out 'vwvvvvyyyvvyy.y1 i SAWS I
: here late last Thursday after-! : :MOBILE HOMES: 528 K :Main St. Gainesville
Brown, manager: of Ashland AUTO SAUSl: &SERVICE
noon and plan to remain until I I Phone 376-5531

The State of FloridaIt Ranch. These men were rec- July first. I I A. & J. Saw
:Mr.: and Mrs. Owen Bryant
Is Our Desire To Make Yon Feel Welcome and had their daughte- and grand Family of 4 Wheel Drive & Mower Co.
Hy :Mrs. ;
Thompson Sheet Mary William Mobile Homes Inc.
To Acquaint You With Your City.If daughter, Mrs. FranK Lagrasse IUlIiLElLAmerica's : Joe Anderson. Mgr.Homelite ,

Metal Works and Debbie, come over and ....................., r Gainesville's UI"countlobde: Liddell Paint &
spend last Saturday with Chain Sawn!
: Finest Economy Car
you are new In the area, a phone We Sperlirtl/e: them. On :Monday: Aunt Bea House. Warming i SALES AND" SERVICE : SALES & SERVICE I Hume Sales Lot. Glass Co.KYI .
and Uncle Owen went to Jacksonville :Mr.: and :Mrs.: Donald! Slade Volume!! purchase for our en-

can will bring: you a prompt visit Heating & Air Conditioning to visit Uncle Owen's I, were honored with a house- Motor Co. Repairs & Parts All :l.lakesGIt.'ELc' tirehum: guarantees savings :<1IZE PAINTSGlasMirrorsSlidinir

sister, Mrs. Rachael Roberts,I! warming at their new home onSaturday I Ridgway I TRACTOR of many hundreds of dollars Door-
from local) hostess. Please Systems
your give and their nieces. They returned night with about 50; SALES &; SERVICE _n the quality home of your Tub Enclosures-Shower Hoors

her a call! She has maps and many Installation & Service home Tuesday and report guests calling: during the 1132 S. Main 2022 N.E. Blvd. Galnesvllla noire.!( -'VlndowlI.,\wnlngCarpetallpaperStorefront -
I they are making plans for hours of 7:30: till 9. Hostesses Gainesville 373-8133 Phone 372-3543 4870 N.W. nth !St. 411 North i \\'

-:. free and wonderful sifts for you All Types Metal Work :Mrs.: Robert's 87th ,birthday In for the occasion were :Mrs.: :M.: Just Off Waldo Road Gainesville 378-1346 Consultation.

July. :Many: folks In this area L. Watterson, :Mrs. T. J. Al- -.
from local businesses. 961-4021 9fi 1-1'\611'\ will remember :Mrs Robertsas det'manIrs.: Jeff Baker, and B & G Motors Co. rONTKETK( PRODUCTS: \I orrvrle-ScolWt ere 116 N.W. Sixteenth St.

Rachael Bryant, a local :Mrs. George Williams. Cake CAIILL.COLISMDIHLESALE3 I : I GAINESVILLE 372-8191'

1 I artist who has been known along and punch were served to the I & SERVICE INSIST THAT ALL, YOUR Streit's Bicycle Shop -

as I can remember for Kiiests.iriuliiateH. Fine Selection! of Used Cars CONCRETE: ; ; PKODfCIS Hn.'lDAIOTORCYCLES: I PET SERVICE

her lovelly pictures of our ( Honored. Taken On Cadillac Trades ARE THE BEST FROMEdward's : ('U.hlnol""e.pa: SCOJtC'r8nur'lltlnS.ZundolPP
lakes and surrounding areas. The Baptist Church honoredthe
:Mr. and :Mrs. James Chitty 1968 graduate, Miss Donna 2001 N.W. 13th. Rt. Ill* Building I IRENE'S

are mighty proud parents IhJa l Rhoden Miss Lorraine PHONE 37B-7313 Supply, Inc. Miitrcv.'ie' ; ---Sales & Service Poodle Salon

.4-... week. They had not one, but Sparkman. and Larry Young- I II S.h WINN BICYCLES POODLE GROOMING:\
two sons, Wayne and :Mike: blood with a banquet after 76! 3. :Main: -3721811INESVILLF T.nrkemith' & Safe Work
graduate from Bradford High church on Sunday night. Pinna Performance Bin! iv Uni'erItA"e.. ,I A SPECIALTYGroominir
School in Starke last week. I'erxnnalH SAAB I O'\ ;:. FLA OalneHvllle 3787361'ioro and Supplies For
All Breeds
:Mike sent me word that they :Mary: Sue Young of Lake
E I.ECTJUCIOTH( : lie'u''I.ES Tov Stud Service
had a wonderful graduation City spent the weekend with S.I.ESu SERVICECLEAN !
party also. It was one of those her sister Mrs. J. E. Fralick. Puppies Fer Sale

unplanned but highly successful :Mr.: and Mrs. W. A. Saxon USED CARS ELECTRIC THECYCLE 1121 N.U. 6th !o trt'.tOalne1I1f'

gatherings. Some of his and Janet of Gainesville werevlattln.g 1031 S. :Main Gainesville Motor Repair Co. SHOPNORTO."l 372-0000'
former teachers from Jacksonville
relatives on Friday.Mr. Of niclnetvllle, Inc.
'- came for this happy occasion and :Mrs.: C. R, :Mooreof : Phone 378-2136 EULTACO ''Jr:
M1)i2SiAQW ) as did :Mr. and :Mrs. RepairingRewindingNew DUCATI BRinCESTOXEM :
Williston were visiting Mrs.T. SWILLIAMS
Sidney Fordes. The Forile.s
F. Brown on Sunday. Mr. i and Used : 0 1 .) R C vel. E S
spent the weekrul with tho,
Chitty family. We are so hap- :Moore la Mrs. Brown's nephew. Tropical Pontiac, WORK GUARANTEED Complete, !Service .1 Part Neon Signs, Inc.
yj4 Vaaaa this family have movoi Mrs. C. C. TldweJl spent
... py
Inc. New &'1 Used machines In stock
Gainesville ,
several' days in Jacksonville 1030 S..fain:: :
back among us. They left us "Slirn! t> With William,
just before the hectic last\ week with Miss Betty Phone 372-8318 Easy Financing Terms
graduation preparations be. Durling. I NEON SIGNSSalesServ1ceMalnteance

gan, lived In their home In :Melody: :May of St. George, I FARM EQUIPMENT: 321 :NAV." 8th Ave.G.ilncivllle :

.. Starke until the boys flnlaiicd. S. C. arrived. last week to 220 N.W. 8th Ave. Gainesville 37 -3660'IO'EHS ErectionsAlterations"Your
school and have moved backto upend awhile with Mr. and 372-2S83' Designs or OUT"
the lake to stay. :Mrs. James Home Jr. and her Santa Fe Tractor,
LET US SAVE YOU 1 2720 N.E. 20th Way
MONEY I It Is my sad job to tell grandfather James Home Sr. I CRANELINCOLNMERC Inc. Gainesville: :

some of you of the passing of Mr. and :Mrs. Floyd Smithattended Long Distance Moving
WITH A Dave 372-6006 Nites 376-S9,
BANK AUTO LOAN our neighbor, Z. 0. Lynn. Ha I the graduation of : FRY FORD Loral Drayage

It's routine passed away in the early morn- :Miss' Sheryle McEIroy at Authorized Sales & Service Storage Parking Crating
.. -enjoyable routine for TILES & JJXTFU"iTKOTF.
us to save 306 E. University Gainesville\
Ing hours last Friday at the Santa Fe Friday night. Farm Tractors & ImplementsFord _
car buyers money on the over-all cost of their Phone 372-4231 Shipping
hospital in Starke. Graveside I The 6th grade spent last Industrial :Machinery: : TILE

new cars, regardless of make or model! You'll services' were held at high Tuesday sightseeing in Jack Crane's ImportsVolvo LANDROVER 4 Wheel Drive FREE ESTLMATES CALLHILL'S Vinyl' -Vlnjl Avbextn*
find the whole fast transaction noon Saturday In Antioch Floor Products
full of pleasant sonville. (:Mercedes-Benz) SALES PARTS, SERVICE Finishing
Cemetery at Brooker. This was MOVING
time.. and money-saving surprises! Come see If the citizen of Hampton FIAT-HILLMAN miSAIJTK: PAINT
us. :Mr. Lynn'a home as a child
4483 N.Sixth GainesvillePhone
see the fire truck and hear
Finance your next car HERE! and young man. Besides four the siren Friday, June 10, 2201 N. Main Gainesville & Storage, Inc. Tenner Tile & Paint
daughters surviving, our
about 2 p.m., do not be alarmed I Phone 372-4373 sun: X.E.111.10 Rd.lntneun'ille .
neighbor R. Z. Lynn, was also | 2222 N.W. 6th St.
as the First' Baptist Church ( 372-4271
a nephew. \is having/ its VBS preparation I (:.\l1lEN srppuES( _Gainesville 378-1302
:Mrs.: Earl Voyles! was! host. day parade. VBS will stortMonday 4ITTO SALVAGE(: : "('SIC TRAVEL
ess last Wednesday for a
: June 13. and all are
close.-out social for the Wom I Johnson & Paris Inc.
en's Relief Society of the I I down.invited from 16 years of nge II Paul's Auto SalvageWe LIPHAM MUSICCo. House of Travel

Mormon Church In Starke. The I Cnmrapt tJn... of Inc. I INC.
FLORIDABANK 1 Levi Rhoden entered the Bay Wrecked Cars: At .
ladles gathered at Mrs. Voyles oFEfl.PLA'4TSFFRTII.IF.IRS i AIRLINES: !
Bradford County Hospital
lovely lake home for a saladluncheon 1 week for treatment. I TOP PRICES I : : VAL LIPHAM STEAMSHIP: !
and stayed on to
1 George Birt had to enter! All Makes A :Models 'n..e-tlr 1 1-p.t Snp'"_ t R. R.!
visit and wish each other a i'i.\vo orto \:NS.DRUMSGutir "! :
AT STARKE Used' Pu't Motels! Car Rental-*'
pleasant summer. I the Veterans Hospital in Lake We Rent Fertiliser Spreader $ nvl Amplifier
:Mr. and :Mrs. John Kirk. l I. City last week. T.Mtty-3 Service-We Will 224 NW 8th Ave SHEET :MUSIC Weekdays 8:30 to 6:00:

National man and sons of Greensboro !I :Mr. and :Mrs. Don Pearson Find Any Part For: You.: Sat. 9 to 12.
One of 30 Banks of the Florida Group PHONE 372-0471 Oulnl'\'III !
N. C. came In during the i: were visiting the :'.f. M. :Mat- Gainesville 376-4512 Shopping Center 3415 W. University Ave.
weekend to pick up their lit- I i chetta last week, and little., 411 N. Past Stock Yard Of\lnt'At11e, P"Ia 372-53S3: :' I Gainesville 37R1B01PAOE

Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. tle daughters, Leslie and Jody. i Kimberly remained for a I -

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CHURCH; ACTIVITIES !j ) A1 UP TO $1,00009! !

Grace Methodist: Sunday' 0 WIN EVEN FASTER !
11 Od
School. 0:45: a.m. Worship ; 0
a.m. and 8 p.m. Prayer Circle. I i PLAY TUE ASL'.A vii( I i \\ \\ I" IN; \ MI' RR \\ I 1111V' issir I I'Rixr. only; e Op CLIP THESE SLIPSI I
9 A.m. Monday. MYF 8 p. m. w R' 4 V 01 l KM( I MMMI NIP 1111111 INsISI I SI I RI'KI/I Sl'ifioI (
4VIr N1d} EST E"" 0 ...
Wednesday.! The church is I 1 I 11 OR I\\MI1' I I \KIII' I I I I I 1151515| |)()I > I IIlt IMMI Dl Ml 111'I VI I UK I -
pleased that, Rev. and :Mrs.: GAME R"y! ; Nq i'. II IIS 1111"I M I Rll II |11). MilM1 I Kl 1 1 i I 11\ I Lill>l R 'R/| | | |'I|<(II\I| |1111||!r: 0 Jacksonville i." I Ir
Bailey' have been returned': for I v y. .v' Jt SIUKISLI\IIdK.LIII'I'1111\GIUNI\tiIIIIKI'kl/I' I I I s! d J .
another. year. tw,'! r
First Baptist: Sunday
School 10 a.m. Worship 11 PLUS. .. FREE j PRODUCT PRIZES, TOO! tt A: j jGAME
a.m. and 8 p.m Training -
7 p.m. Midweek services J500 I

8 p.m. WcdneHday. .. .,. ..[ r r IM WWII I
.Church of God: Sunday
School 10 a.m. Worship 11 I
a.m. and 7:30: ( p.m. YPE. 7:301() I QUICK FROZEN GRADE A' LARGE MEATY TURKEY
pint: Wednesday. Prayer Meet. 1 I
JiUf-7:30: p.m. Friday I SAVE 9 lux*. 19M2x4
Highland Baptist: Sunday i
Sfhool9':43: .'a.ni. 'Worship 11
alp: "'aid 7J30: p.m. 'PrayerJhf'et,1nJ' Wfll
y:30'p.rn.: DAILY FRESH BAKED GOODS _I Ic --

CJwJir ,n-acttcevtfTtSO-; : I' 49 C e [ [ S ?............................t.*.** J.ckOenrilbDirleil.R
",1dtk1F'Mlss:' 1 Lorrle Higglnbotliam j' PORK JTTS..6 '
jceUbrated her first Ib
bfrthday; 'ann/Vefsary/ last 'I GOLDEN POUND CAKE ; I
1 Thursday Afternoon. About 15' FLA.GRADE'A'FRESH

Were little '''invited friends to"*and j Jdlh l' the"relatives horn + e 1100 MM( !

ore ion thls happy occasion. MID IeGGS. 2DOZ 79 SAVE UP TO CMCaICEI Ys 12o ROUND[ CUT 25 muumru

After'; a'' season of playing, the & ......... Ib 24C PER LBI! L-=Y J
cake -with the single candle, @ nl'l
wart,"presented' and Ohs! children i BAG OP 20 COUNTRY SQUIRE
*'.enjoyed cake and ice SAVE lOt LB. AZALEA BONELESS :
cream.' I :
Visiting Mr.: and Mrs. .... C. HANDY HAM 89C ,
Smith'.were their daughter,, : .HALF? .. .
Mrs. Joe Dyal. and children 14 WtU

and brother-la)9w, Mrs.. Bailey and.Baldwin Sister Mr.of RAN I K" S 9 C 711 ZJJ r UIIEIPKG....69'I"> I/ WEEKEND.PRICES: GOOD QUANTITY THRU THE I
Walterboro. S. C. I RESERVED
Air. and Mrs. Cecil Atkinson ... Y.U.9.t...FULL. .Lt 1 .PKG. ...... Ib RIGHTS
afd' .daughters( of Homestead .
SWEET FLORIDA ---- -- -- --i
visited their aunt Miss Enza : : : : I
1 -'
Blanchard Sunday' afternoon. e I .-. .--' ya1
Mrs and OVUM" TMN. ,
Betty Miner sons 4. =, CORN I I "n"XT"" J : I rutfi .XT"" IIII
visitors Mr. and<6f Mrs.Mrs Wayne Effte Miner.Massey eeIt SMOKEDLeSAUSAGE........,....}......64i 59C VALUES EACH I; ISSJ WMc'ST"1: *"""" ; : (SS::: > ViMroSr1"; -"' J
LB .

and with Terri her uncle spent and the family weekend Mr I U.S. MILD DAISY CHEESE59G!! $ 1 0 DECORATED PLASTIC ::.-:.---- GLO.COAT.; 5:"I5. ...:::=;;:2 t..------:BUG.. ..KILLER,::1,.... .;;.:;;::=:. :'

and Avon Mrs.Park.Clyde Starling of CHOICE Aflfel BREAKSTONE HPINT ALL FLAVORS YOGURT..........19t EARS 49 gj WASTEBASKETS : -i11'JIIjlY'II!:: !': : :

Mr. and :Mrs. :Marvin Rosier SAVEIC..HE'MAH'SIAUDO) j I :
... ....... .-.. PKG... ., I! .
and family' are residing COOKED HAM .... ; .._.. ...S9t PRtxrRA' .- I PRU/NA .8

their new home on the cornerof SAVE 10>. READY TO COOK ''l) irt- FIRM| | I MERCHANTS,...,GREEN.....STAMPS..... I : MERCHANTS.,...GREEK.. ...STAMPS. '
SI .
Kinsley-Lake Avenue and I ROASr..68'" LARGE SHRIMP..........La...lOX......89\> 7 3 .. aB.; ,1.. BOTTLE I w.1..... JAR w N Nw :
Visiting Mr. and :Mrs. T. V. FLOUNDER FILLETS.........?..m TOMATOES 2 fOR 29 [ !.. ... .._..s.; L i.. _..I INSTANT..... .COFFEE. r.:
Duck and family on Sunday ---- "IS.06 ------ r. ''iI 15.'. .sass-

ware ette ef Mr Jacksonville.: and Mrs Sam' Boy- BONELESS CHUCK ..' ..... ., ...., .._________.__ .... ______.___________ ._...

Mrs J. H. Eunice and sons ROAST. SA V E 20e 18 79C I' ....c...... : .........,. ':
.. .. l I I
Mr. and Mrs. Emory Euniceand ,, ........ ... li 1lx lL PURE ALL VEGETABLE SAVE UP TO 30tSHORTENING
i '[" '
,,: IM !
Mrs. SeJma Eunice were PR[[ 1.TRA 1'y'hM I '" =. 1 8

visiting Mr.;\ and;'Mrs. Phil Eunice I ROUND BONE C I i MERCHANTS.GREEN.aaa.! .STAMPS ron..:'a I I i MERCHANTS. ....GREEN. !!.STAMPS Nn .Na I: I err"ppwmn
on. Sunday. I 79 fresf It, 1I i LADY FAIR "KG' 'ICED : t 2.I a PNGS I r 11"r'\
:Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Griff)< ROAST. SAVE loe l. 1& I MRf PlLIERT' I
................. STRAWBERRY TREATS Mergerin.; QUARTERSi ;" highctt .
of with"Jacksonville her mother spent Mrs.Sunday Pearl I :, n ,..,. ; i.: .. 666 -------; tofns'c/ -- -. quakily, ,

Starling. While here they calWfl BONELESS BEEF CRISP 'ICEBURGLETTUCE ::. .
... jt
J on her grandparents.' Mr. 79 :-------------19--, JI' ............... .

and parents-Mrs.. Joe.Mr.Starlingand and Mrs Jim his STEW....SAVE......lOt....1I...... SNACKBPACK I I PRer.NrsA, ':0.N6rM--...;'' ;: Pens Sweet _.. ..".: Sh..,.;\i'' gete't4abl. 3 LB 69
Grtffls, of Lake Butler GROUND OR PIECES' : MERCHANTS.. .GREEN.STAMPS.. .. It. Oreel1c CAN
i -
i. has returned ANY I fl;>Q
; W. Prevatt LARGE HEADS = SECTION OR. <:" e. 4

itiolhar Her founts wJa;home Mrs.accompanied In Leonard'ManaMsas.Prevatt by Va.his I leer L:.._:........DICTIONARY BINDER'... {:,,5-.t'OF: : WEBSTER'S ::I cr. Beets liB Whole,.J ...., _... COMPARABLE NATIONAL BRAND.........._99t

with whom he- spent several! : 2ft _
days; ; rrrrrrrrrr .rrr. rrrrrrrrr. .r e..r.e. _
Homecoming: was observed I
!at 'EVergreen Baptist Church [ ;;:
ort' Sunday with a record 'at : "- 1 B our liiglicst quality fZO q.o411.h1Y: highest, SAVE UP TO 34C FYNE-SUDS WHITE OR PINKDiTIRGENT.
tendance including/ friends ? "

from;?'After all a neighboring.good ''menaage churches by- C CAKE MIXES, COFFEE LIQ. .."......?? .?! ..........2ft '
Is a bountiful dinner was served SAVE UP TO 35t FOOD FAIR ITALIAN.OR FRENCH
-on the ground. and singing IJI SAVE UP TO 281 .
In the afternoon climaxeda 4 $ DR E 5 5 IN G S. .. 35c

great day..Visiting PKGS I ...................... .!!!.........[.
Mr. and :Mrs. L. M. !|
McClellan on Sunday were his I 60's 9Se( ELSEWHERE All VANITIES SAVE UP TO Mt r It 5
mother, Mrs. W. H. Hall his I j /k OFFEE'' CAN.
,brother and/ slater-In-law. Mr. '
C .
Mrs. Elmer Hall and I only 58 ,"':::(. ... DRINK ...601 CAN 4IREG
and children all of Jacksonville txlr COMPARABLE NATIONAL ........ ..............................
Other visitors during the week I 11lglxtit IRAND......114
were Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Me-i quakily
Clellan and sons of Sylvania, ],
Miss Settle Gimkina! of j: COOKING. ,. .' ...... ....,.

end Jacksonville with her spent parents the Mr.week and 'i II[ O IIHI II O IJ O r S YE UP '$8 our liiglicst qil.ilil/: SAVE UP TO 62C. FYNE-SOFT 2-PLY ASS? COLORS

Mrs.. J. B. Gasklns. and attended -I OL '
homecoming. with the 1 t020 COFFEE CREAMER FACIAL TISSUE COUNT 6/$1

family. TIM WATCHES 611 JAR 1161JA R ..........;.400..................
Mrs... O. J. Phillips Mrs.
Redd of Macon Ga. spent : In COMJ 490 OMP. J9C ROLL'
Monday In Jacksonville with "' e BAT TISSUE I 4
Leslie( Phillips who underwent I e LARGE TUBECREST ......................... PIG 7C
surgery In the ,mOl nlng. Mrs. C : 5 OFF" COMPAIULE NATIONAL '

Redd few is visiting days while her her mother brother ..............!............................................... .UND..19C our SAVE UP TO 6t FOOD FAIR PEACH, APRICOT OR PINEAPPLE
fora\ is ,in the hospital. : : IZO t #I
Visitors. of Mr. andIrs.week: : ...............................................
W.p Moore during the -
I i SECRET 4.. 79t
were Mrs: Moore's\ father Rev. MAYO N -

Ely D.: Boyer and;Mr.' Mlsa and Mrs. J'I ..;...... ... ..........n. .u ...6.......u.... CATSUP uvrUPTOto..FYNI.USTIE.??,..STL_25$ SAVE UP TO 20* FOOD FAIR CREAMY SMOOTHa..6.
B. Boyer I
Friday overnight. They came I i FOOD FAIR SALTl". 910 .........................,
PRELL .. .
to see Reeney graduate from : MEDIUM". SAVE UP TO 20C ..
Bradford High School Friday I : SAVE UF TO 23. FOOD FAIR' FANCY \

evening. Mtes Rachel Boyer, ...............,6.......................................6... SLI. BEETS.....]Ua...,.....7JI. ,, r '
and Mrs. Bettle Brown of ,, 'T JJ; '
.320& \ur
Jacksonville were visiting the : LIQUID SHAMPOO GR.s6vtuPTOn6.roaDFAlRCUr BEANS ...._\!; JAR C ro:: hlghl\t' ................... ........................"........
Moores on Saturday. !l : 53Ja .....160..............7/$1/ 1 auJ: ;
Mrs.\. Clara Olson of Jack I i L ""' qll..hty
sonvllle U spending a few da7sIwith I
her brother-in-law and'I J TEA BAGS:... .. e.!;!s!!!N.69 .69C FYNE-TEX white or blue ORANGE JUICE
slater Mr. and :Mrs. Lee R. S........................................ I .
We are pleased to fee such F10RIDA" 6DZ
rapid progress being made on S ;:z = FOOD FAIR REGULAR OR RITZ LOW CALORIE SAYE UP T034t SAVE UP TO m 6 CANS $1
which is expected Q COMPARABLE>>I
the new school

to. of be the open fall for term.the begtiming 1 I I CANNED DRINKS....-. !.CAMS?...15 FOR $1 ..NATIONAL. I ,.L..BRANS. ......................................_.
Hot C. l'' c.- SOs. '

[ MEDs ....]T63f. !.cm..4 fOR $1 I / COMPAIABIENAfIONAI
way you write. Come in and ON1Y x'33' BRANS.,,,..(3 % SAVE UP 10 4n *
elect favorite ESTER: 1 will ROX X41 SAVE UP TO 40t FOOD FAIR WHOLE i ,' ON>>I COMPARABLE 5 PKGS l
BROOK fountain :: ...... P y i.

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PA4.E TWKI.VE: ItItIlflItI< > IIMNTY; 1...:I.UltIITUKE.. n.onin.v THLKSO.W. JUNE 9. 196(1( II
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..9................... spnvllle Thursday. night. ASSIvMIH.V' : OK. 4iOUHIWAY ( I HKOOKICK BAPTIST ply pastor. hon. pastor. I

&i '. .' :' A revival will hf lied at I CIIAPKL Sunday School 10 a. m. BOATDIIAIN BAPTIST fINE LEVEL BAPTIST

k. ,_ RA IFORD I New River Methodist Cli.i.ch Weldon St. and Raiford Morning Worship 11 a. m. Sunday School 10 a. m. .

June 12th through lOtn. Sec I Road. Sunday School, 10 a.m. Training Union. 6:30: p. m. Morning Worship. 11 a. m. Sunday School, la a. m.

: Vices will begin at :UtO: p m. 'I Morning Worship, 11 a. m. Evening Worship 7:30.: Prayer Training Union ':::00 p. M. Morning Worship 11 a. m.
: : H.v Mrs. Karl: Dobhs Rev. Johnnie Ynrboro>igi/ of j I Evening Service, 7:30: p. m. Meeting, Wednesday: 7:30.: Evening Worship 8 ::00. Prayer Pre-Services I Booster Band,

., Phone lflO2601AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4 Macclcnny will bo Hi? cvat.- I Thursday Prayer Meeting 7:30I : I HA OA. and Sunbeams: e.ery Meeting Wednesday 7:30p. : Young People and Prayer

gcMist.Homecoming1 t. I I p.m. Young: People's Meeting, other Thursday afternoon. m.Rev.. R. E. Bergstrom. Service], 6 p. m. Evening

,. : Kclwarrt,; Addison of Reeves, will be observed Saturday 7:30: p.m.Leroy I Rev. James Temple pastor. I A.I tor.BEULAII. Worship. 7 p. m. Midweek

La. left Wednesday: night after at Raiford First Baptist Lightsey pastor Service Wednesday, V:30: p.

.- a : several days visit with his Church Sunday June J2t'ivlth' DEDAN BAPTIST [Brooker] BAPTIST m.-Rev. D. L. Ramsey pas-

a. basket lunch served after I NEW COSOItEUATIOSALIETIIUUlST Sunday School, 13; 1m.. tor.
mother :Mis. Ine.i
Addison Sunday School 10() a. m.
the \ REVIVALRevival Worship 11 a. m.
morning services. ; Morning I
Clark Taylor of Leesburg Morning Worship 11 a. m.
Mrs. Ruby Yarbol'oui1lls: services will be heldat Training Union 7 p. m. Even- CALVARY BAPTIST
: visited11':: and Mrs. Cecil Training Union 8:30: p. m.
ited her sister Miss Peculia New Congregational Ing Service, 8 p. m. Rev.
Wilson tne
family over the Evening Worship 7:30.: MH- Sunday School 10 a. m.
Norman and Miss EuH Norman :Methodist Church May 1 Lacy Ccnway. pastor.
a weekend.Mrs week: Prayor, Service Wedn"<-- I Morning Worship 11 a. m.
I in Bradford A. I
Counfy cv- May 8. Rev. F.
: :Mandy[ Varnes and clny 7:30 Training Union, 6:30: p. m.
era days last week.fCL.rciuR. Savannah Ga. I CHURCH OF GOD : :p. m.Rev.. U. 1"1 I
dalightl'I'11': ''. Llnnle :Mooney- Stephens 1'
I I Taggart pastor.NORTIISIDE !Evening Service 7:30.: Prayer
ham will bring the message each 422! N. St. Clalr St.. Starke.
and 'hlld'l"lof Lake
( :
: I Meeting, Wednesday, : p.
Butler were :Monday guests/! of night at 7:30.HEILBKONN: Sunday School 10 a. m. BAPTIST I
I II I m.Rev.. R. H. Butler. pastor.
.. .
:Mis 11I1'ylott.: Worship Services 11 0. m
I BAPTIST i Located( on Ba>ie"s rt"-! :
7:30 YPE. Wednesday
:Mr. anti Mrs. Joe Dobbs of I : p. m. AIRPARK BAPTIST
I : I ISR 2251 at Raiford Rosa
Ft :Myers, visited. :Mr. and 1, Sunday School 10 a. m. j I II [ 7:30: p. m. Prayer Mating.Friday. way' Sunday School 9:45: a. m.

Karl: Dobbs Sun Ijy: Ml'S'j HEWS I Morning! Worship 11 a. m. 7:30: p. m.-Rov. L. S 'SR 161. Services: Sunday Morning Worship. 11 a. m.
Q"hool. in)
Williams pastor.PENTACOSTAL a. m. Sunday!
Frlerda of Ronnie ,, 'lraining/ Union. 6:30: p. m. Morning Evening Service 7:30: p. m.
Worship 11
will be glad to learn: that he'IS Service, 7:30.: Mid a. m Wedncesday
,, Evening HOLINESS Prayer
Training Union
Korea: '' 6:30: p. m.
home from! with his FIRST BAPTIST CHUItCIlSTAKKK
Service 7:30: p. Training Union
week Prayer 524 Brownlee. St. Starke 7:30: p. m.
Evtning Service, 7:30.: MidWeek -
PIHC'tllolr.: and Mrs. R. K.
m. W"nesclay.Troy", Johnson School. 10 m 'I :30 Rev. E. L
Sunday I a. Prayer Service Wednes Filday. : p. m. -
Williams at the State Farm. sun: ..ay June 12 --- Sun-
:Mr. and :\[I'S.V.. H. Blooda-,\ day School.l 9:43: a. m. MornIng I past.or.SMVltN. Momma Worship. 7:30 1 11 J a. m day. 7:30.: -Rev Glenn Law- Griffls pastor.
I Evangelistic service : p.m.
worth hail as Sunday night Worship. 11 a. m.. sermon -
.. MISSIONARY Midweek'! : Service."' T"esdav" a
; and :Mrs.
gUP.HtS11' Arnie
"I Will Draw All Man
Mart of Gainesville :Mr. and Unto Me." Training Union : BAPTIST CHURCH 7:30: p.m.--Russell Croft pas GLASS That's Our Business

:Mrs. Ktujene* Bloodrtwortn Mr. 6:15: p. n.. Evening Worship, B33: W. Pratt St. Sundays tor.

and Mrs Johnle Goodman and 7:30: p. m., sermon "Tho.n-I rvlc s: Sunday School. 10 a. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN "If It's Glass!'! We Have If

InrenIrs.: Edgar/ lleauley. as. The Missing Man."" I m. Preaching. 11 a. m. Train- Sunday School 9:45: a. m.1 j CALL WRITE or VISIT

and children of Ua.ce Butler Choir! Union. 6:15 m. Evening 11 m.
Monday Youth ing : p. Morning Worship a. .
and Mr. and Mrs. K. D. Conner I FOR ANY GLASS NEEDir4
practice.! 7 p. m. Worship, 7 7 p. m. Everyone Youth Fellowship, Op. m
and Hev. and Mrs. Joe :McCul- I welcome. Elder T. C. Wil 7:30 Modern Store Fr .
lough. Tu.Bit.'ay: : He'en Masters Choir Practice Thursday.. : .. We Des'gn mt
Circle at church Hams i iKINGSI.EY
meeting pastor.
p. m.
MI s :Mary Johns, of JacksonvIlle I I Just Mail Us A Pattern Fo-
9:30: ) a. m. Ida Dirby CII'::'I! : I.KF.PTIST .
I Is, visiting her I !
bl'Uther-1 meeting' at home ofJS; ... '
in-law und sister. :Mr. \l'ltiIIAPTIST I Sunday School. 9:43: a. m.

Charlie.. Burnett, of the State Leila Mundy. 2:30: p. m.with Sunday School 9:45: a m. Morning Worship, 11 a. m. i SHEAS"'Gi Ss

Farm.; ) 'I.I!I \ Mrs. J. B. Sapp and Morning Worship\ 11 !n. m. Training Union. 6:15: p in r. CO.
L. (
Mrs. Q. 11. Bennett as co- ,
\1 r and Mrs. Cecil Jones of' Evening: Worship 7:30: p. n:. Evening Worship, 7:30.: Mid-j' \
I l I hostesses. Lorena Eppers >nClicle I ,, (NOT INC.)
the State Farm visited In Prayer Meeting Wednesday, week Prayer! Service. Wodn"'ay -"
at of Mrs. L. 0. '
Gainesville.. Sunday afternoon. '' Hazen, home 2:30: m. Ethel ;,I 7:30: p. m Rev. Luther McGee ,.' 7:30.: Choir! Practice. HMO': ', 1313 N.W741H PI. Gainesville. Fla. Phone FK2-4353: :;
Mrs. VOI'othy'Uu v III tl n.I' p. pastor. I p. m. -Rev Jim Rl/don.; sup- ,:

In Familiar Surroundings Terry of Gainesville were visi Bigija, Brownlte and Lottie -- --

i Iting her Plll'entll11': and Mm. Moon -Circles nil meet Ilt'

Italph Taylor at State. Farm. church, 7:30: ) p. m.
90 Years Rests Lightly On Leaston \Wynn
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Wilson, Wednesday -Prayer MeetIng ,
1 had us Sunday night supper 'I/ p. m. Church:: Choir: An Your Future [fff

guest MI' and Mrs. Freddie practice 8 p. m.Tl1ul'Sday .
Leaston 'an.'l recalled hi.s life as a hou.se was built. Thi.i, too) 1.1 0M) "W"t **"%, : MuuKiSti
On the mm
day .. hog/ -ni'l I I 'I hominy farmer: viHlblifiom. I ( 1 HiKlw.uy,*: I 18. went KiHler. and family of Lake Visitation 10a. KIIin ::
Wynn" WIIK born. OO) years ago City und Mrs. Inez Addison m. and 7 7 p. m. r
last.ttul''ny:; Ins granddudtly, tli> days when he .sold. sweet of Hampton Luke. I and son Ernest. Lt If 1 f B L: :
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gave him a huilcr uulf mid poluloi-s. niul.. toinitcjc;and. hauled I ,ii, I AI a boy 111'Vynn walked :\ti'. :and Mrs. 1 Ernest Freeman MADISON WTRKKTBAPTIST : L : L \ .itn IM-.OO:

until this day "I'vc' never I ct'tits a bushel several I miles daily to a I and mm Curtis of Jacksonville CHUKCII

been without some cattle" he ...tl'U1 1 b(1IieM" to Starku: in aI "little oneroomug\ cabin vl..ltell11'11.. ; '[ooijos Aepune.: Xnpimg
I h'lIse' and buggy over a.iml school.: 1 His teach'r "(hIl 9:45 a. Morning Woisliip. '
: in
declares.This I
pioudly : I ; !
l.an'lInhllll\"I Freeman Saturday. They later ; ;
!, tru11s.I' man George Van ,! \ 1 11 a. m. TraliilnK! Union 6:15:
interest In bin" held 1.jIlt Is I visited :\011'lnd/ Mrs. Fred"
: : Wynn was born on Jir.'e: who liveil, across Santa Fe Jones in Luke City and Mr. p. m. VVMU: Prayer, Circle.: ; jwo : ; ff,1
one of the thIngs that
helps 1< kl'ep11': Wynn youngIn I'I'h'! on "the old Hampton Allen I walked Kiver I Alachiia the. six miles County to school nnd John J.'. Freeman in the VA 7:15.: Wcc'ne&day'Evening Worship Prayer, 7:30 nn:: I R D POWER .,..
GeIger place" near '-
hospital] there. ... :: ::
mind und spirit und active '
I II : : :
earn day. He could' nf-
physically at an age when I Lake on what 1 is now State I ford to rldu even horse h.irdly, nnd :Mr. and :Mrs. Ronnie :McClel- Praise Service 7:30: p. m. :::;:::;:i One of our popular' i' I'uhl' hat i inn-, .'II t''ll' I'ages! the learning" i of new words 1tj: ,

many men, murh younger I I Road 18.Sevril. buggy on 'his salary of $35: a Ian and family of fiylvania Ga. Church Choir practice: 8:30.: ;:::::; und( in eitfh e ciluiim. .prints. a few words< that we can ::::::::
I ; later, his father and Miss Sweat of Nui's: :'" open; for all serv "':
than he. are ready to cash in years month. 1'atsy : add to our vocabulary. :::;:;:;
the lute Robert It. w Jacksonville vlslte.111': and ices. A place for all ages 1jj: : :::
and call it (lay.
their chips a 'n.n'l After Mi'Vynn married,, r Words have swayed. thousands, even ,'hangerllhe course.. of
home ten k1'I a place ;, :\11'14.Iack: the --Rev. FeUer L. Rowen
( Sweat at State ,
At his.. pleaHint.. homo on mound I ( IPOS; lie left hlfath: I S hl ton'. Il is through the use of words
Hampton L..tke.Ir, : Wynn .snt'. and mile( built farther a log;down(r-ibin., the thn. vulni I.on.t'l* .er's. home and( bought "the'I I, Form: Sunday.Mr. and :Mrs.. Julian Dobbs I pastor.FIRST METHODIST I ., 'I."Fur aflff" flit,,;S ;in/ Ilif/ >ii', !istieuei' uf Hod; I tlie wOI'/rl/III/ / window', k fia/ 1:1:;::::

'on the pun( h last Sitim'ivlternooi of \\'lii' h nre tlll "sliindmi \ old( Silas Weeks. place] ," about and children! of Gainesville. 'CHURCH.. STAKKE I. I .nut God, II jjltaxetl/ Clod; / hi/ 'ftiuliKhiiens/ ;tif prtarliing; to :ii:11i:!
.. "just half .1 milfIrom :a\ half a mile down the ,road I ,. '
between two huge oak trees visited relatives] here Wednesday Sunday. June 12 Church .. ani'e llii'in, that/ believe "Because ::;::::

where I was born" planted' at the time theLAWSON'S itrul farmed] successfully' on night. School 9 ::45 a. m. Mo' nln, ,, y the futilmhnt'HH/, of ii (;",1 !is tt'inei', than "men." ::::;:;
I I 1111'}1 god soil there for many I :
years. I Danny Thrift of Maccleji- Worship. 11 a. m. Snai-k ATTKNn: c1ttNUfliRODs\OPD PREACHED j1:11: :

i At the t tim<> he bought the ny visited. friends here Monday -i Supcer: for MYF. 6 p. in

MARKET Wci-ks, t pl'iei"there, 1 was nnI I afternoon. I MYF' meetings. 8:30.: Evening I 7
Mrs. Ra"lyVI'ight and Wor-shJp.! 7:30.: I _
I i old !log lmii daughter of Jacksonville. visIted / Mcrdny Circle 2 nr-et I
h ''v.' i n) iihout a hundred.
Cold Storage Grocery Store Mr. and :Mrs.[ Walter Alt- at home of Mrs. L. J. Orecn:
V(' trs
ni('(' 1 ne\] 1>.II'n that had,, jll"tj mAn Monday. 3 p. m.
bi, en built. 'So I chose the Airman Daniel] Crews of Tu(>Ed.vy Clrc'e 4 mee'sat ,

horn" :Mr. Wynn says with n\\ Orlando visited his parents home of Mrs. Ernest Pa'z: '

('hticlc 1'. rei-nlliPij' 1 how he re-1 I Mr. nnd Mrs. nwtey Crewsat Clrcl! 5 at home of Mrs: E ,..,.,.,...,.. C .

modelled l an added. to it. con-i I the State Farm last week MatUiews.: ; both at 10 a.. mWeslen I -r ;(;.cr_

vortnC: { It into a comfortable end.While Per Ice Dull- j ,1 .r- .
dwelling: for. his family.Tin I Edward Addison of meets !ln Fellowship Hall ,. '.>--, y.4 ,,-'" ;;. >.. 'iWjf < ",." ,,$X'
Reeves La. was home he visited

place' Is unlenantedrv 7 7 ::30 p in."
Hock Addison, and Mr. and
">\\ .Hid the hind l lies Idle Wednesday< Circle 3
Mrs. Pat Williams of! Jack
(" "i'ept for' n bilge!: /jjrove of rnetn In church llb"ary; Circle -
100n'llIe11': and( :Mrs. Alfred
huife pecan" trees which still 1 at home of Mrs. Harry i
Addison and of Ahichuo \
l-i'.ir" well in spite of beingI'i'Bleitod. : family Green both: at 10 a. m. Prayer ::
and :Mr. anllIrs.: Cecil
: ) Meeting. 7
Wilson nnd. family. p. m. \
"I '"1'1, look lifter It anynn Th1llorfilY Chancel Choir \
Mrs. Inna Padgett and :Mrs.
)' ?I'.'. .ind. It I IF to hnrd: to pet' l'ehl'1r'al. 7:30: p. m. I
Alice Hakes and daughter of
In II) ""\\' Hr.V.vnn'h snys.: I
Jacksonville: ant ;Mrs S. BfttVI ESS IIUVAY
Let Us Prepare Your Beef and Tl'e 1-ist "survivor? of his 1mniedl'iti' I A. Bryan and Ode Hobbs visIted BAPTIST CHURCH |'

I, family' Jlr. Wynn: ;Mr. tend 11rs.Vnlter Alt- II'
Pork For Your Deep Freezer. Sunday' School. 10 a. m '
}Ii i nl nne brother.! I.ncy, nndiwn man Sunday.Mrs. .
) I Hiitersi. I mra ( the late : Dock Addison. nnd Hon :Mcrnlnu Worship. 11 a. m \\1

We will Pick-up" and Butcher., There will he n :Mri Krec', ,' Hi oil I. nnd, :Minnie visited :Mr. and :?.l i's. Alfred. Training Union!, 6:30: p. m ,

Small I Fee for Pkk-up-Butchering cows $::1.00() per i the.. Inti";,\ :Mrs'' .1. T. quIRI"yI) Addison and family in Alacliuu Evening C Worship, 7:30.: PrayeMeetlni. I I

Head and Hide. Hotrs :3c per II).-Cleaned Weight. I He I hut, I three' laughters I : Sunday.Friends. W-dnesday... 7:30: -

For Chill 'cut I wrapping! !Ri'jc" per II). with paper. Fre.> I iVI1-4.:: T K.: Duncan, ofnulnesvillei ofIrs.:\ :Mary :Mutt' I Rev. P T Pf >vv. twsfor.

< ; I : M-iry I.eo (Mrs: will be glad to learn t that she! I ST. HOWARD'S CATHOLICST.AKKK ;:::;::: Itit (hutch, ,It Cod appointed, oqenty, ,m (hit l world, lot ,p sad,ng Iht knowltdgi of' Hit 4 lo't A.tJ"o\: \. T1It :;::::::

We Sell fleet and Pork for Home Fr *e/eri FTil( Sllvernadi,1 I and, Kluinei came home from IinleIl'm.: : ::::::i I: for mon and at Hit. demand 'tor mon I to(tipond to that lo*C by tovin) hit. ntighbor" Without,' : ::::::1:.

i'HiliII's.) ( : Piiivm Hazen( )I. aria I 1I0spltniV'dnl'sd"y.I Sunday Mass!, 9:15: a. m II.::::::::; I thu,,, groundmp' ,m thl I lovt ol. God no qo..,amini' or eec .?y or way ol lift will, lone .::; ::;:::::

Phone !U; 1 8281 1 218 Washington! St. hoth of ("'i' i In Debbie and :Mike ftrlflis had Tuesdav-Novena and Benediction '' :ill:.::.::.:.: ptHfvi'f' and ht fi,.idomt whith wi hold to dear, .will, ,inivilably,' ptfiih, Tb. eli' ", tvin kllj: J : :.;.:..:;.:..;:.

S |' It WIIM a rugged! life In the as guests Sunday, Karen 7 p. m. Inquiry Class' I'' :::::::: dom a ttlfiih! paint, ol m*, on* should tuppoit.' Iht (Chuiih for 'thi take ol' the welts l's. .:,:.:.:

I early d,iys... :Mr. Wynn rl''alls.1( Howard and Danny Registerof )! 8 p. m. ':::;:::: ol. himtill. and hit. lamily, It,ond 'that howtw tvtry ptiton' thould uphold and pat ::::::::

hut there was still time for n'jit Lake City. Kevin Blum of Thuisdnv and Friday |II :mti: tuifiait' ? ,m Iht (SuitS btcouit ,it''I.lh 'Iht truth' oboul man i lit*, death and dtiliny., 'thtliuih -lGll; j:1j:

nf fun and frolic. the State Farm" and, Linda Sue Mas, 7'30 A. in. 19-10 a, m :: :: whuh? ale,I will, ttt him fr.. 1 to let at a thild. ol, God. :;::::::
: ;: :
ile'recullH one such Instance< Alvarez anti Paula] Dobbs for KI'a'e:' and high scnool students ::::::: .,..., I.

in his ",,"Ja,1, il.iys"' when lie :Mrs. Karl: Hobbs. :Mrs. :Mary )1Saturdav j j :; ;:: :: ::? !: 111 1 1tj1:111W:!:; : !:i;:;:::;:; :ij1j:; ;:::1ii;: ; ;}111i:11: 1 1ij1t111j1 1: 1t: 1111:1111:; 1i: i; : ;i: :;;1:1: : :::j1:1;:::::t:: :: 1j1ij; 11t11111f111:1mtiri1: 11 :m1i1iij! !

:and a cousin, Vermin. Jones Freeman' and :Mrs.' Marty) Mass 9:30: a. m

Start A were riding horseback( ( : to a demons and childre.n vIsited i

"I'- iIii'< across) (lie river In Al- Mr.: und\ :Mrs. I Howard, Register I'AKI OF THANKS These Religious Messages Are Made Possible By The Following Sponsors

achnrf County. They crossed and family In Lake City I

the K.inta Fe at t the ford! near Thursday. While there they The ,family of W. 0

Grade "A"Education .he site (of ,old). Kort Harriot visited John J.'. Freeman I i'l:' I Dock! I Forsyth want to express Farmers Mutual Koch Drug Store PARTS SERVICE CO.

and a hen, about inlilntreainMr ; the VA hospital. their appr 'clatlon for'

'\'vnu "1",1( a notion"' to Mr. und :Mrs." Gerald Griflls, the nets of I love and kindness! Exchange "YOIIK I HKAI/ril I I IS OUR OF STARKE

L' tile liv pltolhi"h I It waxru.Mtimiiirv had( as guests! Sunday. : IIft..r.noon shown In their time of SOI'- MAIN COM'KKN"Free ( ; 630 N. Temple AvenuePh.
.,, I 'PC'd'prt illu'r.e-Sppsl I :! ,
: f ir most men: to Morris Langford and row. :May God bless eu.li 0
(carry in those days) Ik* tired, mother of Lake Butler. you. Poultry tllulplllt'nt: | )Dtli I ery Phon !)(> I-4I IfI 961.7721

into the cur and l the noisefilKhtened UNICO TIRE: 4-I5.'i"l'i':RIES
Mr.[ and Mrs. Fredcfie Kilt- Petroleum Pnxlucta

For Your jJ InK him to.Tones'I le.ir' up horse and calls-toss lieI' anti family of Lake "Ity Ml" It'J.: TO IIKKIMl ; > SLADE GAS Lawson Meat Market
I vl..lte.1Ir.. : and :Mrs. Cecil 1 l\ < IIU I 11'1' fill HI'. IIHtllIOMII .
/ rider. into the
I the bitterly
Wilson Sunday They all en- 1411 I I >'l'i! h'l.OKID I Bradford Abstract Co.
cold 1 water I, to I" e'i 11 \ 'f-gtti and Appliance Center AND) COLD STORAGE
loyeii< an outing Kingsley i"urltoti, J JILmll""rllu
As soon as they reached the Lake. 158 W. CALL STREETPh. :
First Grader other side, the youngmen We Specialize In C'uitom SlaughterIng .
I VW.Wllnn 961-6881 Starke. Ft,..
:Mr. and :Mrs. Mathls of St. .V
built roaring, { tire Jones 1 Tovce Vurneft flitting Wrapplnr-
stripped off his clothes. and Augustine) were visiting their fetN1'Ti'i" .. DeWITT C. JONES
nephew and family. :Mr. and I : ( : Til APPM.Ul Prepared For n..p Freeze
tried to dry, 1 them before pro- I Mrs. VV. VV. Altman.Mr. Tl" IV11 in. .a .Iny"-' VnrncnVHII Edwards Grocery & FUNERAL HOMES:\
to the dance. PhONE: 904-8281
reeding 'u re' ,
liTeby notified I thu''
A college education for Junipr begins After arriving, at the homeof I : and :Mrs.. Kutnn Grlffls 'a ShIft fur. I lilvoroe hits |IHII, Mkt. Starke Ph. 96I-2GOO
I had ns Sunday guests their 1'fll..l Lvnln, you In Ihx alxiv. -

with your first deposit: in a savings account their that host.his ilr.: Wynn still recalls children Mr. and Mrs. ;Marvin nn-iiifil" ,',,"rl tint) pniln, *.* ntiil ynii Grocerie t'1I'1Iall' i it rf reiiulriM]
I tu mrR" I'" or
Tucker and! H. J. GrlfHs/\ of ;py Gas; & Oil T'
cold and somewhat damp. It I your annw4r? "r pN'iiillnHr: to thcnnipliilnr Ph. 4 73-3: I 176 "'f
specially set up for the purpose. didn't keep him from tl.incing. I I Jacksonville.Mr. I on tht* I IMulntlff'it i Ph. 961-2182 Starke, Fla.London's .

Every pay-day deposits do the rest Interest however and he would try to : and :Mrs. Bobble Anderson %lnrni-v,oi-i,:! >-. Mnn.,_. Thi.nmn Ti.>..ull'lo. A Avfinu 1'lcm, OF STARKE, INC.:'
and and Mr. and "
stay In front of the big.: open' family Ittil' rk.'. l-'lorlila. nnd tile tlir Hurst Shell Service
Merle Norman
paid on savings accounts here ilreplnce as much as.. he could. :Mrs.. Tony Anderson and family I .i.rlKln'il' In th<* .>rfli"f tin U.S. 301 NORTH
his 1If1l'n't the weekend' at | (rl.Tlif 1 ih" fin. nil Court OillOr CARL HURST

will l speed the growth of your funds to clothes When' overheated would start. .smoking d.inip I Klngsley Lake. II I lime.liriiri: ..ih.. the rwlne 13th the day"*1111''I\II..n.lit Juiw Cosmetic Studio & Beauty Shop hlyly. 301 & 100( Ph. 961-6111 Ph. 969.3801 Starke Fla.
Ill !S. Thompson Ph. M-S08I<
again, causing. considerable. :Mr. and :Mrs. Nelson Thorn- |I':>l Mill.I Onmiiliilnt I will bo. taken -
education size! I .IIM fiin'PHMrtl' If Your Hair Itn't Becoming To
"college alarm among the other guest, ton of High Springs': vlsi'td hy ymi.
who thought that Jones had 'j :Mr. and Mrs. :Alallie Griffls I ThU ni, >tlre. shall he published. You-Yon Should Bi Coming To Vs. LACY CONWAY Charley E. Johns
nnrv tai-h wt-ck for four conMtfriitlvw
OWl"ED-Jlo\m:\ : OPERATED .
HOME: Saturday. .
: "caught flre. w *ehii In Hi,,* IHt.\DFOHD '
Mr. Wynn still enjoys a i f Mr.. and :Mrs. M. :M. Grills/\ I COUNTY: TKT.EOIUPH. Starke "66" Service American Service Station Agency
I visited :Mr. and Mrs. I Keith i Dni, "J tliU Z',111 duy of :May
The Community State Bank good laugh. Perhaps that'sthe i I96H. and Bus Station 131 !R. Walnut Ph. 9A4-0201
reason he stays. so hate i Griffls and family in Mac- (ri}'Arti>E3 A, D \RBY', HILL EDWARDSBrake GENERAL INSt'RANCE

0 and hearty at the age of 90 clenny Saturday night. I Clerk or i the. ( I'ull, four'' Sen' Ire- \Vhwl Balance Lacy; Conway Flying !Service Nnlxxly But Nobody I'nJeroelU

OF STARKE1MEMKKR : years. :Mr. and :Mrs. :M.: M. GrltlnI By Uvulah M. :Mooily( I Wheel Alignment InstructIon Ph. 964-Km' Charley E. Juhni Agency
Deputy ClerkS
I I I visited Mrs. Redith Richardjnn 617 N. Temple Ph. 90-4-88AI
: .F. I n. I. P. I ( : \ )

j|i in Riverside Hospital JIl.k'l 5.1 a 4t a9; --I ....


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Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/03690
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 9, 1966
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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I I Special To Control Amusement Centers


I Rains Damage

?w my _+4t', : Set To Discuss Strict j Ei ior cement Set

Crops Heavily Courthouse Site -

! I + Mw f ,, p The question of )location of! 011 Sunday Closing RuleTrain I

I The wettest :May on record-bringing more than Bradford County' propjsec

14 inches; of rain during the month-has caused a new courthouse will be bach() !m

loss! of more than 50 per cent of the county's corn, ill the! agenda when tin _

und at least that much damage to tobacco, it was Count Commission holdi,i I ,,

estimated: this week. I special meeting! / Tuesda\. loivlinr. SkatingMade/ i

Other spring! crops!, including beans peas!, and! tomatoes lime 23, to reopen discussions EngineerIs I Keystone Suit

have suffered! heavily. Commission' Chairman Jeiom.1;

wu 14 ; Inches em compared:! said! The board's architect. Fran) Arrested Asking $$50,000Is

with a 50-year May average M O Hairell manager of a. OeU"H: e of PnhHka. w.ll. ,
Strict enforcement of 1 law< controlling place
ot :y! Ti: inches In Bradford the Brooker State Farmers meet wUh the board:! at thai

County May was by far the :Market: reports heavy lossesIn 3 Receive{ ( College Aid time. Johns; said and willoossj'jlv ]) By City Police amusement! :\ ordered! Tuesday! night by the Starke Under WayA

wetti. .t I month ol the year to that area on beans andtoba'cu I' !' present reports of recent ( council alter a public hearing on Sunday closing

luli. The average! by month ( and other crops. test borings made firthree hull 1's.

wuJanuary.' (037 I Inches: Most tobacco growers In George; Tierce (lo'CO..lIllrJl"U) .. nf the ISrmlfordH !proposed sites for th' Tii''i::' "n" II1l'I'IS are very: Several opinion: wereoiceil on each side of the l'In -pendlng suit Involving

1-'eb .1 u: '32: March 2 GO: the county reported.; damage ('UlJlll)' chapter./ |presents ;.Manil. of. l 1'11I1'; :Si-in>;nrshl|> hecks new courthouse.Thprc spld'uii' (ci 1'' 0'for\ attic \lolti- issue. judgments and dam-

und Api 11. 2 JOTut'ti of from 30 to 60 per cent I totaling $100 to three, local. ''ullo'.11..1t'"I/: : ;.MU'll.V.. DilllHll. was no discussion( of tloHo" .i" one was here two Exceptions were made ol' ages totaling around $50,000

: 1\ ""I'Ule! talnfall! for and about the same degiet John. \"IIIKII"IIH'rJe.'n.lllI'k. ; Ilanilton... The Hclioliirnlilp. .. sites at the board's Tuesday I \weeks'' U'CO when dual /4CJ:! with kltllIIllIks;: u i i a 11,1 bowling'I allCI, 111 mean that teen-' got under way In Circuit

the to date stands! at of loss on com.Thurf.ay lire preNciiteil uiiiiuall. In "Indents trhu nip HtmljiiiK. 1 Hiinier meeting. but Nolln L. Wjod- : blorkiii! nil lullroa:! crossingsIn allev-s. however, utter thosi'1IIIer.'i under. 18 cannot enter Court here today.

:! morning thl .. burn a StArke businessman, town for nearly 30 minutes. plac- such ns the Tornado George! D. Wood of Jacksonville -
31! OI! .ni'hes pliiisiof. iiieilleliip, .pliiirmiiej.. therapy| other riliiti-il 'arid.i IICti"U'-'J; i were tCI'I1I dlwt11I' ,
cou'tty \\os getting a touch of 'resented A \,1I1'nnl issued' lor Shop on Call Street or Bill'sIKlundesI business
architect1'drawing : i waR doing as
an ; reciiiUion"' Bui I
I "! f' lllll Hie tower at from IIurricane \\
and lain
Hi.-li'.- ',. rl i mi-inmed" 1820 In- wind : showing how the the wriest! o! T I n. .Shaw 5 J. the city ordinances forbid-! I : I Recreation Center Keystone Utilities. Is asking

che uo .UK May New River Alma which was churning On Conway Airport present courthouse would look of Oi'a'n' oil :May 20 by Police( Inn/ mmurs under 18 to enter on North Temple Avenue the court, for a declaratory

northward off the West If remodelled) and enlargl'd'iII Chief I Bill Hosscr when he where pool Is unless the pool tables are re- decree against the Keystone
tows: repotted 13.70, and of Florida. If Alma any place i
Coast -
Hunt.1: "', tower 1050. Ith an trchwav across; Court refused' to move the train to publicly: played niul! ustubllshhi" movcd. Heights Country Club the
the eaille.st hurricane on rec- Street connecting with an annex nllo1"! police! to nnswer nn : Suiuluv clo.slnn hours Alter hearing both sides!!,, Keystone Heights Improve-
On "uwer, Lonzl Nurniun' New \
i ox'd- comes! close enough to Jll11iolIIigll ertcfed on the LPX Green fmer-.eiicy call nt the Hrncllor.l will itmain on the! books and Coin-.cllmen Seeber Goodman ment Corporation, and O. E.
of the Vundeibilt section, re- considerable ruin to
any nroperty: now occupied by : County IlDspitnl (Rosser be stilrtly enforced, the moved to order strict Wl{RIIJ .
purl utmost loss ofl
a complete this area it will finish ';arp'. and several other businesses toll! tin city (council Tuesday council! unnnlmouslv l'cl'ecdI1l1el' enforcement of the ordinance The suit grew out of differences -
on li :20 acres' of corn "The the litlle tobacco and corn
,, Under this phil night! hn walled 23: minuteslefo ; I U&tenliiK to all o-s it was written in : arising from a 1958
wor. I've e he I that :
er seen Is left. Under Discussion I conductor l 11155 Councilman Orle'
Court Street would be closed i.skliu' the and agieement( whereby Wood

and turned Into an open mall) of the! IBS-car train to moe 'VIM"I.1o:1: \'e the second. was supposed\ to "reactivate"a
amendment to ordiname. -
Howling Hobo reported I Doreau assisted in between the old and new some ..if. I the cars so policy" But Councilman Jimmy nlnd hole golf course, belonging -
3-2 vole
I |.i.sscd bv a
finding; the hobo who was! Futile piospects for a new! has )1eecommitted for four building could 1 u': .iss" to till' east' side of with riuilnmin Carl HurstbipnK'm I IPutli.( Iterl I McRae termed to the Keystone
tracked as much by his loudhollertnq the railroad. : HeUr-ts Country Club. In
and bowling
skati.u -
Here projtvis: Wood burn said he spoke
Caught 24cliirocm: junior hiuh i : the tie. will allow
as by the dog Shi.v in.ist in : exchange for certain lands
npppar recreation and amendedthe
Call .
mnnv Street businessmen '
The ,.' me : Luwtey JuniorIIig11 \IOy-j katiim rinks and bowling
Do'vau is presently being school in Staike were discussed 01's Com'I when It which Wood to
/ $1110000Southside, Elemeitu'y who wanted the COIII.thouse I Unless. ti rem.iiu open on I motion to except those
'Anvwheie In the USA, housed in the county Jail. by the )Bradford Count Stake ti remain In its pl'es-1 June Ul I two ..c lvllles. and Mrs. Ruby utilize in a housing development -
: : $110.000;: I Stara: after I li:! noon '0
the 'rlz
DeputSheriff\ Robert Green Green says, since he here Tuesday. 4G4. the plan presented wouH Ill'< ini's.i\i'' i' to the ni"lnei'i and .noi'iu: ', i Burch when he was taken Into cus- has had a shave and some I I the club for the period 1958
voted against
of Supt r L. Casey Jr. told::\ Other projects which have a long way toward revltali-\:: ''Continued 1 on Pave Foul I 0. "'1011'111 "DI 1 the ordlnNocgcl Wiggins'
the railroad west
tody 0:1: clean clothes 'Ins the citv's chain. and Chairman Hurst through 1965 were: D. E.
old established
the board that nothing was: the board
been approved by
New River Sunday night break the tie Panaborn, president; W L.
centra. 1 business: districtThe was toned to
firmed:| up on the project yet. Include $200.000 school at
Olvlnn! his occupation as"hoboll1l' ReapportionmentDebate and! hi-, voted in favor of theamendment. Reynoldi Jr. treasurer; S. E
but that, he hal: discussedwith Hampton, a $155000 one at d-awlnif: was ai'(ci>ptec< ,
Johnee Vladmlr McKay, secretary (Ito 19591,
architect Din: Morganthe Biooker, end a physicaleducation bv the commission without Salk ,
Dordau, 54. told Green he Tapes and E. T. Martin [secretary
The motion for enforcemeiv
,).".."Ioility cf erecting 24 building at BUS costIng comment, w u I -
lives state except Ha 1959-6! 1.Othef 1.
n uny with that change was
Heard .
By RotaryTapu classt oomt tj be used by these about $85,000.Estimated I
waii. "I I'an't swim that far. members of the
< and grades on then a'provedlIIltnlmouslY! .
h eighth
B & E
cost of the new
The h-mo'a presence was ReportedBy board during this period
recordings of Housedebatu the Coilway. Airport property I | John Kemp operator of a
brought to the attention of I Moral-teehni.'nl.'AI training' were Al! Nelson. R. L. Walker. -
katlnv,' rink at the fair.oonndh -
the controversial being acquired.Casey
on now
"enter Is 325000. and $01,500( F. M.
the bheriff's office when PoliceThe first to speak at J. P. Fredrlcksson
J was
Dor-au! frightened New River rea.opnrtlonment! (\ bill passel said the discussionhad has been' earmarked for purchase the hearing/ He !said' "all Walrath Sr.. F. M. WalrathJr.

resident with his loud hol- at the last legislative session l.ivjlved classruom.s on-I in' the Conway Airport be ., K Walrath Sr, Dr.
first brl'aklnlIIn\ the played by Rep. A J .y, with no provision for propertyAll Reamer
lerlnr" :>- he walked down were Frank Slaughter Dan -
: In several w"l'kH' wn' wa 'lod I n Sunday I or none.
rallroal Thomas Jr. at the Starke mlnlstutive offices library ')r the prefects. Including i J. Edwin! Larson, and O.
reported! over the weekend l b' Including! theatres and places
I abilities '
other j jioi
Club's luncheon caff'if.: for architect's( fees, furnishings. -
He lived entirely from : : E. Wiggins.;
Noeg-el's Auto j Soles it 10IS vhfr'i have pin ball mach-
Wednesday a Complete school. Estimated rte( come to a total I of did
of the directors
/ Some
whatever goods he could carry class-I N. Temple Avpniii, tin at t ,irk> ines
on nl': person. in bags anda I Speakers heard in debnt'incl'ided cost of the 24 81.348500. Casey said:: Police Deportment, snlil Mon\ noted that national"orllnr not serve during the entireperiod
rooms Is mound $, 50.000, CII-I| Tin: total available for Kemp
clothes basket, as he walk- ( Rep. John Crews of day. for1low'1 I I Several of them are
I Lmmn! Is cariied on
ed alo.ig: The only food he I :Maccleiuiy; Rep Ralph Tur- sey ba lei. spen I lu:) Is $1.505,000. which : made now deceased.
Kntrv win ri> >t ,,i_ skating' / and pool
to'i.structeJ. the new Includes the proceeds of th''
of Gainesville. air If ,
Green said wasa lington
had. Deputy Iclassl'nu.l. flee
( by knocking out n pm'; ''II bdlhllcls
.q would relieve then snip of racetrack. revenue certificates I'
blackberries Thomas, all of whom I
bucket of crushed Rep. '' of plus. In H rear window, AtuniliHclnHPil '
building' the amount In :\11' Rose/( Santo operatorit !
load "C" ( plus
0-1 present
run-at-larife 24-<
he was carrying. oppo--Pd the ( amount of i a"l.van on the board when the ordinance -
Senatorial dlsetlct Ifro'ittiiH I on U.S. 3011| andpermit the ca| ital outlay fund, and ., tlv Tornado Shop told'
UIIIII\Ven: and filthy the county > taken' but nothing elsi, was passed said thata
eventually another of capital outlay ill' council: she is "strictly'or
this building um (
hobo presented:! a "scary" appearance Thomas predicted i that "all \ wan Green said and is not lost" even under the to be torn down and replaced money to be received soon. t Investigating t officers. "*pl Receives Elks Award chlldten them was an overwhelming

could have easily frightened present unfavorable reappor- with a modern stiue-i: "That leaves us a billanc I Don Hall and Piitrnlmnn Bill i Whe. are they going to majority] In favor of allowingthe

anyone healing or seeing tionmer.t formula and said tine Casey said of about $246,500," Casey said Chambers.. \\', II. HillyI( I :Nuegelr'; .. (left )) niemhi-r. of > larUi> tIII"1: 1 :,(o' .U an't the parents going theatres to remain openon

that apparently' "this is It" In discussing the present The !hoard plans to discus Police have recently( reported I Lange i :No..; II4U' buts |,in>Heiiti" 'd "I-.IU: or 'I IK* Year Auard" at ,'I ii ft ''ht so we'll have some Sunday.

himDor HU was tracked down and the small counties of bulldi'U; pi'OKinm, anj available with It.* fiscal anent( soon th' the robbery of sevens' clgnretteH I the, regular" Imshirss, meeting/ on June' 11. h\nlted: Killer i ilni, <' t I.: RO? she said severallei'iii'ticis In ether action, the coun-

with the aid of a bloodhoundfrom Florida, would have to learn (1 II lilt.-. Cusev j-aH Lila: posslljllltj; of rxtendin' theopen ill the T.i.ttee Frenzel (liiirlen. Iliitchi'siin" ni.iile, HIP prenentntlim" on. the lutsls ofIICKC'H \ had asked her.11' cil :
the state prison hand- to live with less representation ah nit' ..i'f' of the SI I million end bond Issue to provide Drive-In, rod Hhoden'8 ServiceStation \ < Shinto' said her establishment
\ | iiiilstaiiiling, ( work. .us all Elk: pxliihillng/ charity: I is openll.etOI'! RefiiTPd to Fire Chief R.
led Donald Johnson. In the Legislature than | :ITOP:.s of the racetrack ,"Bother $3."iO.OOO tt. both on Temple Avenue :
Floyd by Wiggins whose wife they have had in the past. t: ( \eiiue( <'!"! tifkates Mile $400 (100'ax" I liisllcp.. I I'rul hcrly. iii\e. ,and 'liilclllj." ;Ni.egcl' / ( Is |prrw'olly sel's- lein.uii.and, said there Is C. I Merrill Red I : Buford McMlllian a suggestionby that anauxlraty

I hug I Ihr lod:.;"e us .Iriistep.. nothitic, wrong with playing
tire station be
pool in a clean) place. She

$64,000 Uncollected Reassessment sale. : she cares nothing about placed on the east side of
Fight the business end : the railroad. Speaking in a

capacity! outside his city sur-
"I dor't take In $10 on

Timber Suits Put On Purse Sundiy At that) point Rev. W. A. I many veyor old duties.homes McMillan on the east said

Squeeze County Strings !i Hogan)Uup'lst. pastor Church,of and the severalmembers First side mittei-said could and of 110 a up was few In backed flames minutes.He up 1 ia I..

of his congregation
by several councilmen and
Squeezing purse strings sion meeting Tuesday. ran be brought to final hearing it the "rate of 30 (cents C'-miTifsioner George Roberts evrtr' ci( beet' ChiiinniiJe appe I'cd. Police Chief Bill Rosser. that

timber company suits protest- Headed for a S2.000 loss in .u tau m.inths, Tnat' will per i ac, i when their assessment :spirited out the counts ..m Jnhmt'ir'ed,,,' / i ii" ivi' "We the I churches! werr trains now block all the rail-

Ing pa-ment of $64,000 in state matching funds unles '>e t''O lute fur the ,,'ll1J.I: .ill, fin 8116| ) ; PI">f>i acre a .Ill) .u d the rl ht-nf-wn\ any i inner" pn--llilp, I bu> 2 Receive for children! long before anybody road crossings In town for

PI'Olw-t.. taxes came under $1,844 in uncollected funds IjriaMin('i' Its burlat" t s'.n' One SIM, t tirin of Owen.s-Illl- lotn hiirh-water drainage !point' ,,1 I t'Ut HIP ,I'imtnN'i'ii, '' even thought of playing nearly: half-an-hour at times.

the at the County CommU-! budgeted! to the Count lids .liens' ( :HO but the, C'>mml.:<- "OJ', (imiplalnt charges the ditch: ( t i control the watei j''I' Is sh'itt,, 'of funds at DIP moment Civitan Grants pool These other activities ) Several times In the past

Health Department are made lo'i, will' hose seveial, monthgrace. 'I1e, ,": with deliberately, level! oven If it I Is not L'a'ilble" C'liinlv' Clerk: Curie) tend t to draw children away the council has discussed! the

up. Dr A, Y Covlngton county ( I inlsiii'/ r I l.rnljei assessments to to Jj'l''i the canal Such a | OUII>,' pointer.' mil it' I low. Tnmmv, .Ji>hnii IIn and, Dor from what we consider : situation in view of the need

health officer asked the rieice said h iwm-r. that t relleother tax pavers from I cotta!, lie said would enablesm.i'l I till I I'"r tin "county t'l' pal IIClp.lle lit II v :\11","' ''". Hiacllord, ,,, C'onntyllij'h better tnlng." the preachersaid for speedy access! to the hos-

Slarke Elks. Club 'ommls lon for money from Lhe tii"bi'/ eompaiiles\ could I heat!! tilt; II' "lu.-t" tux bui- boats to Navel betweenthe ( III "fllllstl/ llcllll"' .1111. Si'liciiil Sc-nluiH, ,, leeplvpd' pital by: sums one seriouslyill.

Hher souices! He way told the delay! i Ibr, suits with appeals den. Asses.si.ir Long says to- thifp, laki'-,, CJ'f.. Iy. Howe I sir. el that tunned.in.iin! : / Stiuke, Clvltiin "The ordinance was passed .
annual/ I
:olllr.ll-&ll'n Is also In a financial tar several I years I tul iisseHSinents/ increased ] 1! ana Summon and wouldproviJu ht'iiv'.uvs! the ] oilkliullv, because there .f
To I Awards Appioved the purchase
bind because of the un- "The! t taxpayers/ are Imlll! $27.1833: !!') in BradfordCuuntv an excellent I teciua- Club' $