Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 16, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:03691
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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Official County Publication Established In 1879


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7/WOOK BUG Awarded $20,931A .! :- :

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dIrected verdict for judg- ," lie testified that the

ments totaling 20931.41 Negroes! later left, and returned f IIII
j was awarded to Keystone with Mr. Wiggins

Utilities Co. In Circuit Court who appealed to be giving
V'iw\; here last Friday In a suit them directions. II

) against the Keystone Heights I Wiggins testified that he
L4! :; Country Club. Keystone was acting in accoidance
Heights Improvement Corporation with a resolution adopted at

caI+ LiL" J.... ... > ip and O>. E. Wiggins an April 23. 1962 meeting of
Punitive damages of $25.- an executive committee composed -
Sandy& RhmleM, secretary for Team A. awards County
000 against Wiggins. and| of himself and Al
Judge T A. \'iiui tin- honor of receiving-' first :Malixik. Hug ,
or the Country Club were de-I j Nelson. representing the
niemberHhlp card.'Malook. I nled by the six-man Jury I Country Club. and Jack Hall

after deliberating 20 min representing Keystone Utili- JI
utes. ties. The resolution author-

Bug'Bites Judge John A. H. Mur- ized Wiggins and William R.

phree Instructed the Jury to Reynolds, Jr. secretary-
'JI'Ir' return a verdict for the treasurei of the Country '
plaintiff In the amount of Club "to drill a well and .
$1.043 for a delinquent water furnish water" to the golf 'I I i. ."Js..;} .
Judge : l .
bill find $19.88841 as the course, Wiggins testified. ,,,_;..... .: ': .. _...,.. ,:. _.to .
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cost) of a water system installed Members of the Jury were

During the next few days, for the B Team. by George D Wood Max!, Carter Jr. [foreman!,
don't be surprised if someone Each team held a kick-off president! of Keystone Utilities T. W. Tatum Robert Dobbs Courthouse Plan On Present Site

steps up to you and says: breakfast Tuesday morning/ part of a reactivation 'Thomas J. Mercereau Lester Sunday Beer $$2.5 Million I
"SMILE- -You're a MALOOK and memberships have already program for the Keystone C. Humphries, and Robert K...
has III 'Mean' itlmiit. the locution. of the iicw llnulf -
BUG! started roiling In, The first Heights golf course. Cannor. E4'r3hlHly' &ilpiir'fltly| | own
It's all a part of the new member to be "bitten" by the The fciiit arose from an Sales Hit ..r
look that la putting renewed Malook Bug was County JudgeT. eight-year-old agreement between Drugs Trial ; oil the iutt.. wo presented ut tin ('...."ty CmiiniKMloii.. meeting last. uwk by i

pep and Interest into the A. Yawn, and others who Wood and the Country ]N NolltiiMMll. lot.ul biiMtnpHHiiiiui.. '

Chamber of Commerce 1906- are already wearing the distinctive Club. whereby Wood was to Set June 30 Two ArrestedArrests 'IhIn. plan rails for the liming. nf H'mtrt Street converting. It Into a mull |>liuite..
67 Membership Drive. membership card are: reactivate the club's golf with ornamental.. Nlmihhrry nnd tree. Woixllmrn. said parking could. he prltleil ,
And the Malook is Bill RoRser Eaton Jordan
Bug ,
course In exchange: for certain for .iinout 5lt( earn lij tearing. down.. the preneiit Agricultural Building and otherstructures
catching. If you don't believe Lex Green Bob Hammond land which he proposedto The trial of Mrs. Evelyn j t
mode .. bl.K'k.'fh. Approval of a $2 S million \
were In ait tin north eiul "f the
it, just look around and see New Method Cleaners Strick Jeanette Odom, charged with
)how many "Malook Bug" land's Landing New Klngsley Incorporate Into a housing attempting to smuggle diugsl'I Starke police at tat. Until; gio-" ; .* ('rini'..uhuui hits. .net T"I'.I..y. ,June 28 art the .diile to reopen illseusHlon uf REA loan to the Clay Elec-
development Club
nmiketa Coop at Keystone ,
membership cards are pinned Beach, Andrews Drugs Doyle Estates into the State Prison at very Sunday for Illegal tin ,proposcil. now court house mill Its site Architect Frank llvorge will meet with
for ,
I to coat lapels or shirt pockets Conner Insurance, A. J. Part of the reactivation ford has been set for : auliof bpiM, uccoiding the board. ut that time and Is experted to unbuilt report. ..f tent borlngsi witthree Heights expansion over
to Police Chief a two-year period
Ral-I Bill ROSSIM-. was announced -
these days.In Thomas. Jr., H. H Everett, m, June 30, In Circuit . '
I sites.kt
the installation of poMHlltln
was a
case you're wonderingwhat Z. W. Hamilton Ernie Pats I here. Donald Ray Simmons :10 of I I by Cong D. R. (Billy I
watering system for the golf the Jaiknon's MlnuleIal'kl'l: I Matthew this week from I
MALOOK Is about- and lola Little Brown.
all I
I II Mrs. Odom who resides In
course. Wood ran water lines on Brownlee. Street and Jewel June 23 Meeting Washington. !
it stands for "Make A Liar Members of Jackson's A Warrants
Innocent at SignedFor
under the course and con- Tampa; pleaded M. 01 of
S. Noegel Nuegel's Construction of 278 miles
Out Of Kiplinger and It all Team are: Charles Sawyer
started when a recent issue Q. Denmark, B. F. MlzeJl Jr.. I nected them to a pump he a recent arraignment. Minute Market, on U. S. :301nOl.th In ot distiibutlon lines to serve
Prison officials said Settlement Of
a Arrest
had arllled [not Country of Starke Dispute
of Kiplinger's Florida Newsletter Dr. T. .O. Rltch. S. L. Peek on are charged/ 4,700 new customers over the
sule containing the drug
Club property I to serve his with the Hulu of beer on Sun- 12 county area Clay Electric
colored Johns George
Sr., Randy
brought a map
,II to its subscribers designating Pierce OUR Kopelousos Jim housing development. I amyl nitrate, was found hidden :!- day.Both Two ConductorsWarrants serves and improvement of
In the latter part of 1961.Keystone under a wig worn by the were arrested by city Over To Water System the existing
:. _>*nta of Florida that (Iin Klpllnger's Temple. and Don Hill. Team the Damages : system to serve
visit prla-
to woman on a to police after a state beverage
opinion) were slated secretary Is Miss Sandy Rho- Utilities began "' for the arrest of the Increased appliance load

.:pi'aw. no.wtb..Ji1Q1II. '.Jn. 4eLs.4.a.( :"* .,...? _. supply water to the golf! last They N'ov. 25.said metal clips agent Arrests had wore made mude a "buy just, after The Widely differing opinions over the extent of damage two train .conducfor "v7w. '4.- many: .vperson are adding In ,
red). Bradford and Union. Whiff en's B Team is composed course and continued until which fastened the capsuleto 10 p.m. Sunday Chief Rosser to Keystone Water Works pipe lines along Night- sued by Starke police Wednesday their homes are the major :
Counties were shown In pale of: Buford Mitchell H. I March 3962. billing the club afternoon, accordIng purposes! of the project. ,
ruffled feathers at night'smeeting
caused metal engale Street Tuesday
the a
pink reserved for areas that"won't H. Everett Dave Coats, Carl for $1.643.33. The club paid wig slIld.Buth to Chief Bill Rosser.B. Manager E. T. Martin ,saidWednesday.
I detector< at the prison main clrfpmtnntH are free on of the Keystone Heights. City Council.
Robert Barksdale, Rob- Utilities $600 of ,
grow much or may Hurst Keystone
I gate ta set off a buzzer $252,no bond and must nppoiu, / Ed WiKgirw'! president of the Water Works estimated A. Hogan, conductor on
Gene : !
even lose a bit In population. ert Firth Tom Casey this amount refusing to PAY a north-bound freight, is being Two new branch or district
This designation arousedthe Shaw. John Torode and the balance of ".043 and, alarm alerting them to the:. d.iy.Mnyoi's: June 21.Point nest" TIICH- ( damage at around !f2,000! and demanded replacement / : cited because the train offices at Lake City and Pa-

ire of the Chamber of George Huggins. Team secre- claiming that rates were not contraband. of fiOO, feet of water pipe by the city. blocked crossings! 'In excess of atka will also be constructed -

Commerce Board of Directorsand tary is Mrs. Jane Allen. In accordance with the original '.. 'I Cou ic.l;! Chairman Roy 30 minutes" RoHScr said The I' but this will be a small
gave rise to the drive to Mizell said that some "ter- agreement with Wood. '' ,, ;. WatlMr.' :; took a different Incident occurred between -lJ: part of the loan. Martin says.
"Make A Liar Out Of Kip- rible fate" awaits the captain Kev::'olle Utilities subsequently 'I '. ,'/1 viewpoint HP pPBBed! damage at less than $50 and challenged and seven p.m. Monday and.I Clay Electric already has

linger of the losing team. discontinued Its : : I VVlasiiis to sue the city If he =tosH 'r siiId the trucks. were over 4.000 miles of line and,

B. F, Mlzell Jr. overall I service and the Rolf course ,r I Step Taken I thought otherwise. blocked for about 10 minutes.A serves almost 29.000 custom-
membership drive chairman, Stage Is Set For was without water for several Calmer voices entered the warrant Is also being Issued ers.

announced that appointmentof months. Toward New controversy' however. and! for the arrest of E. (I. The new lines will be
I two team captains: W. T. ConstructionOf C. It, Hinck. an employeeof :, upshot of the lonl-ptndlnlt SWAnson of Wildwood, a con mostly: extensions off exist
( Billy) Jackson for the A
Woods testified! that in ., dispute was the appointmentof ductor on the same train that Ing trunk lines to serve new
Team and Dr. Wayne Whlffen Here
May of 1962 he noted thati, Armory Councllmen Huntley Red- blocked crossings when engineer customers.
Voc School another well had been drill I i' b _..,. fearn Sr. and George E. La- T. D. Shaw was arrested

ed-this one on country club1 I Th" Deportment of Defense Rue tc confer with Wigginsin ;! That offense took place May Guard
Boat Registration I Approval; of "educational propprtvand that a section h&. :, notified Congressof an effort to compromise. 26 when the ISrt-car freight Georgia

Stickers On Sale speclft.-ntlons": last week for of pipe In Wood's water system I Its intention" to construct and report at. a special Council blocked every crossing In town
I I the proposed new Bradford- t setting the urolf course a new National Guard! :| arm- meeting Thursday nl ht.1 for almost 30 minutes.A Officers Train

Deadline Is June 30 Union Area TechnicalVocational had been removed and the I cry In Ktarke requlilnst an June :23.Wizt'Is. city ordinance prohibits
School set the stage pipes connected to the new allocator of SlBl.000 In Federal -1 ) was promised I a train from blocking a cross- At Blanding
New boat registration stick for construction to begin as pump. I Kijnds Some State final disposition of the mat- Ing for more than live min-

ers for 1966-67 are now on soon as plans are drawn. and Hinck raid he asked two I ----- -- ev will' also be used mon-I tei at that time. I ute und Chief Rosier ha The Georgia National l
I sale In the office of Tax Collector approved by the State Department Negroes who were digging at The notice of Intent Th'Vatel' Works president served notice that arrests will Ouard Is conducting its Officer -

J. R. Kelly. of Education."We the :cite: of the new pump [ aiven lJ'..t week in a claimed that he waspf'rsO'L'ted be made UH long as crossings Candidate School at

,I Present boat registration would like to get the I who they, were' working for. from Edward J Sheridan 1 and hairassed by : continue to be blocked for Camp Blanding for the first
expires June 31), just two far and they said "Mr Wig- assistant Secretary of at least:; two members of a tinnci'1'n.snry length of time.
this rtepittv
.! weeks Owners of boats bulldtm under way 1 Cache time: this year, and Col. O L.
I' with over away. 10 horse-power with !the program to begin Shine Raid Nets Dofen'''", to Rep John W former Council and said the I Hodges, commandant. said

: kickers are required by FlorIda next summer, If not before" McCO.'mark. speaker of the water lines were movej Work BegunOn he Is well pleased with faciltles -

I law to purchase registia- Supt Tom Casey said Wednesday Check Forger This cache of 28 H gallonsof \ was released pending a hearing House of RepresentativeS. without his knowledge and there and would like to
tion stickers. of the $325000 facility moonshine was confiscatedby In county court Apnrovnl. of Federal funds consrnt while street work CommunityBank retura next year.

Boats up to 12 feet requl-e Casey Architect Don city police In a raid on | Lewis> wall..u distributor for th' new armory here had was In progress.; The school has a total of
a minimum :$100 license; ito ': Morgan. and Voc-8chool Sought Here the Rudolph Lewis home lit | accoidlns: to Chief Rosser. He been' ;held 1 up pending outcome "Thu" pipe Is In the road Parking 194 personnel Including officers -

16 feet *;}.50); 16 to 26 feet. Head___ Ted_ Oglseby_ were Inn 1419 E. Eatelle St. last Friday told the 1 1
$1030\ ; 26 to 40 feet $3050;, Clearwater the first of the night. : operation approximately two the organizational structure that the lines were bulled so enty-seven of these are officer -

I and 40 to 63 feet, 5050.\ week, attending a study courseon A search was made by the Lewis, a 62-year-old Negro months of the Armv Reserve deep in! places that he Work began Monday on candidates who are undergoing -
The article In. the June 9 vocational-technical facilities SherlJl'u Department this was charged with possession Sgt Lane Sibley. Patrolman Fore-".; In his letter to Congress couldn't reach them to make demolishing three buildingson the rigorous two-

!, Issue of the Telegraph was week for a man who has. of non tax-paid whiskey according (-' Jimmy, Bowen and Ronser however. Sheridan said service( connections.The the corner of Walnut and weeks training at Blanding.
misleading in that I*
say that owners are not required have already been allocatedto I several local businesses, always Rosser. He was booked Into raid was pulled at an Oak been Identifier::! as an essnntl cnn be corrected and "do the parking lot for the Community Is now In its sixth year and
J to register boats with the county by the State for $6420. and always the county Jail under $1.000 Street' kickers of 10 hp and under. Depaitment. Higher education signed "Robert T Simmons." bond but paid It Saturday and I was found. I under "both the pj/ie} wouU1' be for the city to pay "It will\ Improve the over- has been held' at various

I bond money from the He failed. to cash one check I And the pjoposed( force for 'lavln 600( feet of new all looks of the bunk area." camps in Georgia

state In the amount of $216.- at the Western Auto last structures" line. Tie estimated cost of says Cashier Bill Epp.s The Col Hodges described the

720 plus $108.280 In federal I Friday: June 10, when owner\ 8 Attend FFA Convention I After notification! bv the pipe at $1.76 per foot. with bank purchased the buildingsfor Blending facilities as outstanding
HEAD Boys of Defense! Cong othe- charles making; a to'all from Senator
matching funds make up the Carl Minx began to check to Department $22.790 and said they were
11 325000. Casey saId. see U the check was valid eqs has :30 div: In which to of around $2.OOO. Chancy);. Johns who Is Ideally\ suited for OCS train-
START Three major steps preparatory and the forger broke and Right Bradford County .FFA of field l corn.Edwards consider the PI'01'>01I81. after "I want the pipe moved to I also president of the Institution

to beginning construction ran. lie drove away In, a 1961or members are attending the I In a district win whIchIf no objections are within four feet of the property Ing.A review will be held at 10
Classes Start a site survey, a determination '62 Chevrolet convertible. annual convention in Daytona'this ner In the feeder steer con- rAI".dthe Department of II::!!. where It should Any plans beyond pavingthe a. m this Saturday. and
I' test and will receive a $101)! )
of courses of study according: to Deputy> Sheriff week. I Defence. automatically haq be" Wiggins declared. area for a large parkinglot another at the same time on
Monday June 20 and.! a facilities study, have Robeit Oreen. One of them for John state Oilom KFA I State Scholarship Department of from Agriculture Commissioner authority to proceed with Rpdienrn asked Wiggins; if arc Indefinite. Epps: said Saturday.: June 25. Gen. C

J 9:00: A.M.: all been successfully completed But two bad checks were III. Is running Odom Is. presidentof Doyle Conner an/I construction. It WAS really\ necessary for He added' that officials will F. Camp Georgia's Assistant
, the superintendent said. cashedat Food Fair and president.the Starke Chapter and I''a $15 cash award from the Po'ipresfimun Z O R IBlllvi I the city to spend that much wait and! see just how the Adjutant General for Army
t STARKEELEMENTARY Funds available will con- the Bottom Dollar. Descrip- hast been named a state winner Future Farmer Foundation.Edwards Matrhrns describes this money to make hU pipe usable parking lot looks before will bu on hand this Saturday -
struct only the first phase of tion of the forger is 190( to in livestock farming. I'' was. necond In the waltlna period as lust a planning: any drive-In win- and !the final review will
!the proposed program Casey 160 pounds. 5-4 to 5-6 In Local boys attending are FFA division of the livestock tnatfT. o* routine" and adds "I 1nn't blame YOU for 1 being dows or other Improvements. be cttended by Ma). den.

SCHOOL said, which Includes eight height, a rough complexion. Bradford Chapter Ray WIII -I how Ht the Tampa State that there Is hllrdlvevf'I' iOfe." he said "but them Buildings being demollsh- J. Hearn. The Adjutant Gen

tradvarea and an admin- hair cut In a flattop but long I I llama president, Tom r'II'I': Fair showed the grand t champion nil obstacle at this n VOlt refer to are no are Ihe old Dixie Grill, Jo- eral of Georgia Also. visitIng -

There I is still room for istratlvj suite The eight on the sides! wearing a green | wards. Greg Alvarez, and at the Madison Livestock point." longer on this council They Jo's and a third building the camp on June 25 will
a few more eligible chil- areas are maintenance and unbuttoned shirt, and jeans. i mar demons: Stnrke Chapter' Show, was third at the Greater : A nme" table! for construction are not! the ones who" will used" by the Bradford County be Miss Priscllla Wenzel of
repair of farm machinery: and 20 to 26 years of age. -Odom. Vernon Knight David Jacksonville. Fair and the of the new armory will have to pay this expense! Library to store books. of Monroe. Oa., who wears
dren this I
in program. secretarial, stenographic and The checks are drawn on Scott and John Lee. I Gainesville Steer Show and he nnioiincerl: At the enl:! of The taxpayers of Keystonewill the title. of Miss Georgia

clerical work: supervisedfood the Florida Bank at Starke i Williams. Knight. and Odom showed the grand champion the 10 1av waltlna. period It have to pay It." Children Military Institute for 1988
service! : distributive education and Mutual Lumber Company will receive the State Farmer I heifer at the Bradford County will h' built on a 12-acrc I At one point RPdfearn referred InvitedTo The Georgia Guardsmen
This Space Contributed laboratory class- IK typed under the Degree at the convention. Fair. ... Rite rnide: available bv the to the argument between Story HourAll will leave Blending on Sun

Weekly) to Publicize room: automobile mechanicsand signature.! However. Deputy : Besides. Odom two other As. state winner In livestock I city In the Industrial PaikI Wiggins and fomer day. June 28 Graduation
major appliance repair. Oreen plates. that lumber I Bradford boys Ronnie White- farming Odom will receive a I I on Edwards Road and will members of the Council as children ages 6 to 9 are ceremonies for the 4T members -
Community Event by and electronic! technology. |I 1 company does no business at I head and Tom Edward, will $25 check from :Mid-State i renHce the present Inadequate "wnt"r over the dam. Invited! to attend Story Hourat of the senior class will

Th( facility Is to be constructed I the Florida Bank. I be recognized as. district. win. ,, Steel and Wire Company and facility on XT S:J 301. "Not with me It Isn't." the Starke Public Libraryon not be held at Blanding. but
The CommunityState I on the Conway Air- > On witness saw the man ners at the convention White- $100 from the Southern Nitrogen -I Th 19
Bank port ilte which the School| as Board J Is in the process of Auto and got Into the car crop farming. I-is. grew 10 I and the Florida. Nitrogen I rlaterl $7"5: .000 for the !state's I that the city should have storyteller Refreshments will families of the men can attend
'! purchasing. I I i with another man. acres of tobacco and SO acres (Continued on Page Four I 1 share of the project. [Continued on Page Fourl] be served. more conveniently.

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PAGE TWO BRADFORD rotTvrv TELEGRAPH: !STARKK.': nonm\ T"'R D,1Y. JIJXF 1f1, 11u8r ';
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r Mrs. George K. Bennett of 1 I Jim' le and Larle Temple I ,: Barbara's Studio I I

Orlando is visiting Mrs. J. children of Mr. and Mrs.

Wilson for several days. E'I James L. Temple of Brooker, 1s i Presents Revue

Twelve Junior Girl Scouts are spending\ the summer

enjoyed a camping trip at with their Rrandparents; Mr. 1, lr Bail-mill's: Dance Studio j,
Gold Head Branch over the' and :Mis, Frank Lunman. Sr. presented Its annual revue u

.. weekend. They were accompanied I In Norfolk Nebr.' They left Saturday evening, June 10 'yy '
GLADYS MOOTY by Mrs. V. J. Spenti ;Moniay by car from the at 8 o'clock! in tho BHS audi 1 1V 1a I

Phone 964-0651 I' ler, Mrs. Curtis Edward, and home! of their grandparents. torlu' n.

Mrs T. L. Casey Jr. Rev. !and Mrs. 1. T. Tempi"of Appearing: on the ballet .. I (' r r R l 6i (
Nancy; Kllgo of Macclcnny: Muntlcello. After spending and: tap program were: Su- T

Mr and Mrs Howard SFC and Mrs. Donald Ilardenbrootc I is visiting her cousin, Sally most of the summer in zan Nichols Sherry Coats, \I. I,

Rockwood and son of Orange and sons, who have Torode, this week. Nebraska Jimmy and Lark Sally 'ortlde, Anne Thomas I II

Part were Sunday afternoon! spent the past 24 months Mr and Mrs. Billy Mooreof will visit with Mr. and Mrs Terri Smith, Kathleen Mc-

visitors of Mr and Mrs. Ouy in Okinawa will arrive this Madison were visitingMr. Harold Remington: in Montana Orlff. Denise Coat!' GlendA ,

Andrew weekend for month's leaveof and Mrs. FreJ Bennett and will jOlohlllyo![ on Epps. and Carl Torode. .
Mr. and Mrs. Tony Crews absence with her mother, from Wednesday to Mond-iy. to Oieson.Mr.. ; Takln-: part on the ballet, 'J1k

of Gainesville have rented Mrs. nelson Green and fam Mr. sad Mrs. Carl Sewell : and :Mrs Guy H, Sale tap and jaz program were: .. ", r
the Tiescott house at 331 N. ily. The Har-denbrooks will attended the Georgia Forestry are attending the 30th annual Patsy Hitchcock. Vicky Put- :
Myrtle Ave. report to the New Cumber- Association convention at 'duratlonal confer- man Gina Massa. Peggy ...... ; .:"

Mri. HJdabelle Hence of land Army Depot in Pennsy Jekyll Island from Sundayto end of the National A.SKOCnlion !- ,i DUI llel" Dorothy Mixon +

Jacksonville and two grandchildren lvania on July 15, Tuesday, of SitiiltarUns In Chid-j Joyce Hitchcock Denmark Tonda Dixon Kathy Mr And Mrs. Peter S. AlognaMrs
from Fort Lauder- Mrs. Henrietta Hunt was Nelson Hitch of Hlaleah Is altO Ill this week. Mr. Sale

dale and two grandchildrenfrom the honoree at a surprise visiting his grandmother Is president of the Florida as- Richards Lvnn Jordan and Lillian Gladys Weldon announces the mothers of the bride and 1

Fort Lauderdale are va- birthday coffee Wednesday Mrs. Carrie Rltch this week sorlat'on.( : I the marriage$ of her groom and' the groom's brother -

cationing this month at morning of last week given !Mrs Walter Harvey of Mr I1l'd11'1: C H. Nas- Kathleen ScanlanIs daughterfu'thl: : \ CIndy to' Fredrick, Alogna of Ne i

Klng. ley Lake. by he. sisters. Mrs. L. D. Atlanta, Oa. Is spending:! the wortl\v have returned !corn a Engaged To Cowen SelectedTo Peter S. Alognn, son of Mrs.S. Haven, Conn: ,. and Leonard.I

Mrs J, R Hardee of Fernandlm Green Mrs. C. D. Williams. summer with Mr. and Mrs. J. five-day tiip to Honolulu. ParticipateIn Marcia Haynes Alogna! of Los Angeles Alogna of HoUyvMiod, Calif.

Beach and Mrs. and MI'''. Irene Johns. A W. RItch while -nding a HawHl.. l 1)fet plane to attend Joseph P. SeveroLt. Calif. The ceremony took placeon. Mr. and '11'9. Alogna .tie I

James: Steele of Belmont, N. number of friends and rela- summer course at U. of F. a Plillco convention. Mr. i iN'asworfhy Summer ProjectCharles Wins ScholarshipMiss May 28 In Van Nuys.; Calif. | residing In Los Angeles.
C. were Monday visitors ol tives called during tha Mr. Harvey will Join the i won the Cot! Joseph A. Scanlan' Attending the wedding were I
Mrs. L A. Davis. morning.Mr. family on weekends. pense paid trip in a USA ( Ret) and Mrs. Scanlan P. Cowen, an instructor ; Marcia Lynn Havnes,

Mrs H. L. Brownlee and and; Mrs. N. D. Wainwright M: and Mrs. Fred Bennett sales contest. of Wnrrenton. Va. announce at Lake City Junior an outstanding Junior at William [ summer! bake sales! the'ear; lal. )Margie Dowling.( finance
Mrs. J. R. Chasteen and of Hollywood were attended the Bennett EK.U.VS: BEAUTY: SHOP the engagement and approachIng College, is one of two faculty Carey College Hattles- book, for next
daughter Connie will leave Sunday overnlnht guests of family reunion In Live Oak .is. open all Heck, 'including/ marriage of their daughter members selected to participate burg, :Miss., has been awarded and programs Kathy Frees: year book
Md. last SaturdayStan Monday, Kathleen. Mary, to JosephP. In Florida's Junior Col- year.The Betsy :Matthews; and publicity -
Saturday Baltimore Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Waln- a $300 scholarship on the board met .
Wednesday Han-let!
to attend the wedding/ of wrlaht. They all attendedthe rod Ken Sewell spent Miss Diane Firth of St. Severo, son of Louis A, lege Faculty On-Campus! Ar- basis of academic excellenceand Loudon and
afternoon of last week at
: Cheryl McRae.
Pa. and 20
Miss' Sandra Stith to Louis WainwriRht family reunion last week with their grandparents Petersburg! Junior College Is Severo of Mcadvllle ticulation Project June potential.:
the late Mrs. Severo., August: 3 at the University horn of the president.! Jaynehardy. The little Women held
Klleman on June 25 In Washington at Gold Head Branchon Mr. and Mrs. R. E. home this week before returning through Miss Haynes is the daughter -
take to appoint the follow-\ their first, :;
The wedding will place of Florida.< moneymaking
D. C. Mrs. Chasteenwill Sunday.Mr. Sewetl. in Lumberton N. C. for summer school of Dr. and Mrs O. L
June 18 in the poHt chapel at The project Is designed to I ng committee chairmen fort('' protect tai the new year la't
be an attendant In net :and Mrs. Orle Wiggins: The grandparents brought Barry Firth of Jacksonville Haynes Jr., of Starke, and I '
Station betweenthe the t ii'ib': ear' : liamen- Saturday
Vint Hills Farms Improve articulation pia with n bake sale in
niece's wedding. Mrs. Chasteen took their daughter Susanto I the boys homo and are visiting University will return home a 1961 graduate: of Bradford'
Warrenton, Va. public junior colleges in tartan. Martini Drnnl> sor-; ( the business district
and daughter will return in Tit ton. Oa. on Sunday tc!: Carl Sewells this Friday for the summer. theUnlvel'slty High School She Is a member -
Miss Scanlan attended the state and the University I _
a week while Mrs. Brownie' where she( will attend summer week. Mrs$ Janet Hardy and of the Thallan Social
Florida where
of of Florida.Cowen .
'will remain with Dr. and Mrs ,, Mr. and Mrs Gilbert Gold- John Adams have returnedto
school at Abac CollegeMiss Phi Society, and served as sercre-
she member of the science Instructor
a was
Stith In Falls Church, Va Elizabeth Martin wire ne visiting Mr. nn: the University! of Georgia Mu was Sorority. Her finance attended at Bradford High School tary of Bass Hall, and as H HIGH CAPACITY 20,000 BTU
and Miss Mary Brownlee Ir daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs Mike Ooldwlre In New and Steve Denmark to Gordon Pitts cheerleader at William
the University of for IB: before acceptingthe
Baltimore Md. for a month Gary S. Martin of Lawtey Orlt'sl1I.a.\ from Wednesday :Military College for burg and the University of Junior years college post 'last Carey
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Coops received a B. A. degree In tj: MondayMr. summer school. Both Miss Scanlan
\lslte l Mr. and Mrs. Mven En.tlKh( nt recent rommenre- and Mrs Delano Cadet Jack McComb of and, Mr. Severe ire with the year. Little Women : FEDDERS

Lee in Oak Hill, and Mr. and ment exercises at StetsonUnlrerlt. Thomas and family of the V. S. Air Force Academy Institute of Defense Analysisin ..
Mrs Donald Cooper and sons ;\ In Deland. She Kinwito.v Lake have purchased Colo. !L. home on a month's Washington D. C. Executive Board I '

In Cocoa on Saturday and 1 plans. to tench In the senior the. Ernest C. Moon housp leave o' ah.scnce. The couple, will reside in CUBB MeetingSet To Meet No Money Down

Sunday.Pvt. high school" at Albany, Ga. In Ornpr.: Acres subdivisionand Mrs. A E McKinney Everett Falls Church, Vn. MondayThe MondayThe
Johnny Johnson o! Mr. and Mrs. Lester Crews moved: in last week. The McKinney, and Mr. and Miss Scnnlan Is.. the granddaughter 'io* f.i As Little As $10!() Month
executive .
board of the
Fort Gordon. Ga. was home and daughter.: Carolyn, and Moots have moved to Milton. Mrs L. O Haz-( attendedthe of :\11':''. O. L,. Haynes' annual membership. Little Women's Club will ,:::, ,____._____ \\... l>o Our ()\\n "Fliiuncini l
for tha weekend. O. L. Linsln attended a Bill Torode of Camp Stew funeral of Dr. O. B. Haz- Sr. of Starke and the late Dr. meeting of CUBB Economic meet Monday at 2 .,
Robert Carter of Pascn Christmas< showing! in AUan- art Ga. spent the weekend en of Gainesville' at New Haynes.[ Agency Inc will be held at p. m. at cnfire
/ Vovvorfiil-uilI[ cool
the n or"ne of the vicepresident. < i .an... ) .
with Mr. and Mrs. W. E. apadmoii
the and
goula. Miss spent ta. Oa. Saturday Sunday. Hope: Primitive Baptist S p.m. Monday In the ,
Marilyn Bolllnier
end with Mr. and Mrs E G. :Mrs aernard Pederson and Torode. Church Tuesday:; afternoon Women 1 Elementary School cafeteria small !
Mark's office..uwn
St. Plans will be discussed for ; .shop. or large! .. a
Mr. and:! :Mrs. Lee Pontenbergand Mr. Kl/zie McWllliams of Miss Barbara Lalne has All members who served .. #

Fatz.Mrs Ed Prevatt of Starke children of Tampa will Stark and: Mrs. Mary June completed: a beautMan coursein Plan Fall EventsThe during the current yen, and I
with. air
and Mrs Eugene Crosby and be weekend\ guests of Mrs./ Reddish of Lawtev have Jacksonville: and I Is pm- those elected to serve next THE BRADFORD adequate ..

granddaughter.[ Debra of Edward Bums been rdmlttort to the Stake ploved at London's Beauty Women of !St.' :Mark's ;year are urged to attend.
Brook were vliltinit Mr Annie Godwin and Vickie Nursing:; Home. ShopM Episcopal Church met at the CUBB membership consists of COUNTY TELEGRAPH : Barrier; huslu-s! nprratiii soumU ; Ilcscnefooling

and Mrs. Edwin Prevatt in Taylor' of Taylor. FU. are Mr. and Mrs. Colin Will ''". Marguerite Corn of Parish house Monday night 1 15 members from ench of tho 'i Published : : power Operates!! on 1)01112:311: () And 208 volH.DeJi .

Orlando over the weekend.Mr visiting, their uncle and aunt. hams of Corriele. Ga. will he Lakeland Is visiting Miss with Mrs. William Carter and four counties included -.clay.I', every Thursdayat
T.Cocnmlse weekend of Mr. and Mrs. I Edward Burns as host- Baker nn.d I 138 W Call St., mn'ulifies-removes up to JK gallon'snt'watere'er
and Mrs. Edward 'l :Mr. end! Mrs. Bobby Taylor rtuests: Madge! Middleton this week. Union ,
and baby son of this week. Mvs.. E. D Tl'nly.I I MrV; J. Jordan and son. eases These 15 also serve, on the 1 Starke Fla. 32091E lay Five-year varratity on t-iilirc lieruietic system.(

FensHCola! ; are spending this Mrs. A. 0 Andreu and MI'II'I Locr.l admittances to Bradford Milton. of Shreveport La. ,t short business session Board of Directors for each L, Matthews, editor and Air Exchanger exhau!L* sm0kt'-tilled air. o. I Dual Flofr
week with Mrs Loyree Coco- L. F. Dmklni< were In Valdosta I County Hospital this' :nre vr.ltinc' ; Mr. and Mrs. ..1.'C' was held during which plans county organization. I publisher:
mise. On. Saturday to carry week include: Mrs. Miriam' Helton, and Mr. and Mr were made for the program Officers will be elected at'' Weather Wheel Two speeds:: Washable- gel

Mvs. J. T. Moore will be in Terri Stlth home after a Slopomb of Keystone Heights! Eaton Jordan for two weeks. planning for the coming year.. the Monday meeting and I Second class postage paidat i Uiicidal filter

Tallahassee. ; thl weekend week' visit.Sheriff Clifford R. Wilson Mrs. Sidney Mr. and Mrs. Franklin One of the outstanding! events copies of the by-laws! of the | Starke, Fla ,

and will be accompaniedhome and Mrs. P. D. Red Mott and Rosa Drnw.ly hitch of Tallahassee visited:; mentioned was the showing of organization will be distributed i Subscription We Do Our Own Financing

oy her daughter.; Mar- dish and son, Michael, are of Brookcr; Mrs den Dnhl- Mrs. lla el Rltch on Sunday.Mr. slides on the Washington Cathedral 'i iTIIK I In trade Rates:
area $3.50
Miss Florencc : I
llfn. -
la, a student .at. F. U, who attending the Sheriffs convention man and Mrs, Gertrude\ .And Mrs Kenneth E per
Jennings as commentator. year: $200 six month.
will spend her -summer vacation In Miami from Sun- Slada of Hampton: Mrs 'Eltn Mott have returned from \WINKLER ELECTRIC INC.
: RIGHT POINT for the trade area; $100
here. day to Thursday. Menge!:\ t Melrose; and Fred three months In Memphis. "
A covered dish supper will urlte Comp In and!I IHPh.t per year: $2.25 six
MJsj Della Rosenberg, Mrs Mrs C. Y. Mavo of TampaIs Leonhar-lt. Mrs Leona I| Tenn. where Mr. Mott attended ho held at the fall way you months i: 2.'ll: N. TEMPLE: PHONE:'; 961-0631:
opening favorite KSTKK-; :
Desta Dyal. Mrs. Bea KIm- visiting,; her sister. Mrs. W. Duke: Mrs. heater Zoltow- I Naval School. your '

mons, Mrs. Bertie Olson, H. Edwards Sr., this week. Kkl. M'-s Rosa Green, Mrs I Mrs W. E. Middleton and meeting of at the which Auxiliary time eachmember will (BROOK. fountain p -n. TJoLfat.u'li. : :-/

Mrs Dorothy Ml'.bcrser'! ; and Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Ward Irene Brooks Susan Alvarez I Miss. Madge Middleton visited ,bo asked to bring a member.A .
Mrs. Mildred Doyle will attend and Mrs. F. L. Watterson I and Mrs Willcane Nazworth. I i Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Budd

the BPW state convention took Mr. Watterson back to all of Stnrkc.Mr. I Jr. and:! family In Jackson-

at Miami Beach from Fort Stewart, Oa, on Sunday and Mrs. Gene Ooodge I vlllc Saturday afternoon, ANOTHER STARKE
Thursday to Sunday. after being home for the entertained! at a hamburgerfry :: ''I i Mr. and Mrs W. F. Glenn Gruesome TV Commercials Bring j

Evelyn Sinclair will leave weekendMr. Tur-cdav night In their were In Albany 3a.< Saturday -

Tuesday! for two months at and Mrs. W. H. Graham bncK fury! on St. Clair. Street and Sunday visiting Mr On Hair-Raising Nightmare
Camp Chattooga, Tallulah had as weekend guests for Mr. and! Mrs' James Dealer I and Mrs. W. W. Ward. BYTERWILLEGARMOTORS

* Falls Oa. Mrs. Clyde Sinclair Misses: Pat and Mary Clair and children of Toledo MlM Geraldine Day and i I
will enter the School of LI-I Rowtin of Tallahassee! and Ohio Miand Mrs Emmett Frppiran\ Register III of I'.v Kusirll. Kay male voice replied "I know

brary Science at U. of F. Mr. :and !Mrs. Ponnle Williams Prlderpn or ChnrlPsttin.' R. C I Athens Colloae. Athens Ala i Attei watching televisionfor you', '" tense but don't" take it

Monday for the summer session and daughter of La rJIo. Mrs and Mr. and Mrs.: Jimmy lire home for the summer I I1 several: hours the other' out on the children.

She has accepted a Bertha Fuller of Tallahassee, Cole of Punta Oordn. former :Mr: and !Mrs" Keith Reeves evenl'm I went to bed exhausted About I this time my son
e position a*' librarian at BHS I I Starke residents Thp Coin snit \ Jim appeared and started _
who hit} sppnt the past week !s I son Winter Pak spent :: and had a nightmare -
this fall. I with the Orahnms, returned and Driers) have heap staving ''I I lip( weekend with her par- to: end all nightmares/: I jumping up and down on the *

Mr and Mrs J. S. Adair home: with the RowtonsMr. nt the Coif summer home" pnts. Mr. and Mrs. N. L First appeared the Jolly bed ,4iout Ing. "Look Dad. no *
James )I on O'-andin: Lake the t Woodburn I cavities' and his mother said NO
_ and daughter Mrs. and Mrs. J. T. 1.1\\\lion past Green Giant who towered
Wllburn of Fort Lauderdale, visite.l relatives in Alabamaand two weeks Mrs. Chaiips: ( Fields an;* abov he thundered "Yes we are a one-tooth- NEWFINANCE
.. I me as i ONAUTO
were Monday overnight South Florida last week! Mr. and Mrs.! Comer Perry- sons of Jacksonville were "Ho, ho ho." Then a washIng paste family now

_ guests of Mrs. W. O. Halle white c., vacation, and also man of Jacksonville visited visiting Mrs O. W. White Sr. machine went berserk Again the scene changed

- Mrs. Halle also had as Wed- picked up their son, Pvt. Hal Jud'ip and Mrs. F. K. Perry- In tins Bradford County Hos- and smashed a hole In the and I seemed: to be sitting in DOV/N/[

nesday visitors Mr. and Mrs Lnwsort. at Fort Gordon, Oa. man o-'er the weekend. pital on Tuesday. celling. A wItch appearedand a. burlesque house where a

. Roy Dial of Albany Go. He had: completed' elaht Mrs George Jones mid Drayton Colley of Washington started spraying my girl was stepping along the PLAN

The Hardy families of months training with the Na- chlHrpn of Jacksonville were D. C. was visiting his hair. runway: while her skirt blew REPAIRS

_ Stark: attended a family reunion tional Guard. Wednesday overnight wests! brother Carr Colley last over her head exposing her PAYMENT
Next came a run away engine -
o held at the Tom Hardy Miss; Louise Stern of of her pa'-ent.s' Mr. and !Mrs week. zooming': around the thigh; I and; she "said' "See/ -
., Mrs. ,J H. Fields. Carr Col- nobortv 1 knows I am wearing
Hampton on !
home In FUnrke And !Mrs .1 H. Williams CIyrl Priest: : room and finally smashing
ley. and of IIU!>IX.I't stockings" nnd rli'ht
100 Drnyton Colley
Sunday Approximately of Lake Butler attended Mi* Bertha Ians of Drlrny through< the footboard of my
- Starke. !Mrs. Walter Harvey behind her came a not il/"l/
members of the family enJoyed -
the Robert Dumm piano Beach: 1'vl' of Atlanta and Mrs. chnrnitiin! abbreviated underwear -
the gettogether.Miss teucheri'p workshop at Jacksonville :'of 1'11. Paul Raymond for two cowhands whooped and yelled I

:. Becky Dinkins ofAustlr.Pcny \ University:; Mondayand week's.Miss. Johns! and son of Macclenny When the dust settled a I and uncrossing who kept her heart crossing AIR COMPLETEMOTOR : :: ;
attended the golden wedding CONDITIONING
.. Cnlleue, .
State Tuesday.Mr. Kathleen Thomas left grinnlrc tiller leaped over
... anniversary! of :Mr. and: Mrs. Bv this time I knew I had
Clarksville Tenn. is home and'. Mrs. Robert S by\ plane Sunday for Pitts my head with" a roar and "tirrri blood"
- Sam ailllspie! at Fort Meadon and I didn'tneed ASSEMBLY
.. for the summer Pearce of Arden N. C. spent burgh. Pa. where she will Sunday.Wainwright. disappared, In a rusty gas Ted Mack to tell me sot ANY: :MAKE Oil ;MODEL(
Mr*'. Joseph Ohsy underwent Saturday Wednesday with visit:; :Mr and Mrs. A. C.. tank with only his twitchingtall decided. to try the product:

dental surgery In Jack- her mother, Mrs. L. F. Smith, Erotlie'-n in Fairmont City. Clan hanging; out and! his what could I lose? It carried As Low INSTALLEDFord

sonville on Monday. and Mr. Smith. Pa. for two weeks mate came bouncing along a money back ,
guarantee and $ 50
I Has Annual Meet with paws as big as flying besides It contained more $13 Cars
"" * * * cancers' I Cunning around the As
: * Kt( Gold Head iron than a pound: of calf's Persia.INSTALLED As Low
p : ', loom like mad. liverI $
I couple of strong arm $20-00
t More than 10O deeeeniintsof < felt myself breaking out
As ;
JJewnan Cone WalnwrlRht. i miv.i Bpppircd from nowhere I In a cold !sweat and breathIng : 10.No .
nnrl Marled whamming meova'
hard. I had about all I
and Kriwnnt' .TosephVeln-I
wright met Ht Gold Head State:; the head:! with sledge could!:! stand for one night A Down Payment No Down Payment
I hammp"" I lust about
PArk on ann. : ': to take a couple of Aspirin' ear. "I know
: their annual family reunion a Secret" sodon't
I when Arlene Francis! andJoseph
The \Vnlnu-rlRht family Is let perspiration worry
This Newspaper is more among", the largest In Florida! Cotton suddenly "N'o.an- you and I can also tell vou
end screamed :
... and descendants from all p.trtsof pearrd how to avoid bad breath"
the state gathered for this no.-think of your blood I woke up screaming and BLOCK ASSEMBLY INSTALLEDAs

: interested in this'TomlmTnity : occasion. stream1"Suddenly' rushed! to the bathroom .
: the chinffed
!scene! where
I found the
After a basket lunch a brief wife waitIng -
," > ***OpW .......... f business session was held and I and I found myself perched with: a package of soda QC

than other the following officers elected, on top of a ladder: with a mints and a glass of bicarbonate oW$16t"$ I > *) No Down Payment
pack of wild doa:; ylpoin As
.. any for the coming year: President She said "You were" r MAny /*,

; ,. ... rtf *" A --" Allan Wnlnu-rtRht. Jacksonville and Jumpinot at me. A voice restless dear and I thoughtyou
from out of the midst sell
: Vice President! Wade might need these.
: publication in the world \Valnwrljfht.$ Jacksonville, ; !Sec-i' "Don't b; afraid all you addIs

:: : retnry-Trejimirpr.' .. Il-i7cl Waln-" I love"In THE Kir.HT POINT, for the

; Wright Rvnn' Green Cove the back of the room a I way you write, Com In and Major Repairs or Body \Work Can Be

Springs; His tori.in. Thomas wet! feted school teacher .telwt your fiivnritp KSTKR-

f ) D. Ryan Jr Green Cove appeared! and! saId "Constl- BROOK fountain pen. TF.I.K-

*M !Springs' / : ; Publicity Chairman, I pation! never bothers me."I r.KAPII. Installed On Low Monthly Payments.No

- f .w / Eugene!! F. !Shaw' Sturkn. While a dear old lady Informed .

v'', TheValnwrlght reunion Is I I a frustrated housewife -

held each year, on or about how' she could Ret a A rioAtlflml' Ad In the TKLK-; Down
T ? \ a &t ul the third Sunday. In June "nrw leave I on life." GR.UMI bring rrwiiltt.NutrhiMik --- Payment.

S y I IJOIth' Thrjurh the open window I
J tItdt I head the squeal of tires '
n Il.
*, .. M tHfJ ...tt'bnokO: at the! and a loitnh voice screamed. Plastic Expert Mechanics --- Modern
*... .. .. .... ,.. TJoUUR1': : ''. "floW many: time' have. T told''' ,J..V: ( ut tlirTFUtlC.KAVII. Equipment

1/l.tt./ .* *"*. *.* J': I\!!" *'. *. .*_*: * * * von of tIle'o fcppp Uilvewjy tlllll.lr'! '' arm lukp tt4 out- : .. .,. ,. -'Jt::...,, .:,:,.. .... -.t "',0; .. .. ,.

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Tlnrn'mA", .nINE tIJ, 1)6!) BRAnronn roorrv TELKonArn: STARKF.+ n-onm

ceremony A yellow and Open House Given Phyllis DarbyComplimented her' chosen china. : bowl.'
1 tM1 I Trip twelve guests Included l : In the receiving line were
white color motif was carried
out In arrangements of vel- For Lt. GrahamBy I the brldn-olect's. mother. Mrs :Mrs.. Foster Shi Smith, president l-
and her
Charles' A. Derby'
low tintrd Plnocchlo chrysanthemums [ Parents : At LuncheonMiss I aunt, Mm S. L. Peek Sr. of the WSCS and Rev.
and white gladioli and Mrs. Ragsdale.

set against a background', Lt i' ,igI Hank Oruh.im was Ph.vlllJ.II'by.\ whose Mrs. George Huggins.. local

of fern honoK-il at open. house Sunday, mairlnge to Robert Nobles. New Methodist church activities chairman
The brides table was over- afternoon given by his parents.Mr will he an event of Junp 25: I Minister And and her committee served
Phone 961-0651 laid with an Italian cutwork and :Mrs. VV. H. 100 member i,
honored with a delightful Approximately
----- ---- tiered wedding cake emboss- t 'vV Mi: I' and ::111'.. (. luncheon Monday: given by
with white and toped jJ. '0(,' Lt Graham( who recentlv( MI-H: O L. Hay' no* Si-, Mis. HPV. v. JJ. Ragsdnle.. new
1 roses ,>- .1. .
) V ....
with a wedding bell tinder } ..01'1.' turned from uprvlre. .Blond 1"1 A. N Hollid.iy. and l :Mlsx : pastor of the First Methodist, RIGHT POINT for ti's

which stood a miniature' ,. t tinicrolving lino in front, of Hope Holliiiay at their homo : Church ,and. Mrs. Rngstlnleweie / i

bridge and groom. Around ,'t''1, I the; large flieplace. where the nn S. Water stn-et I honored litI receptionSunday ( wily you write ('1,1115 In and)
the cake was a ruffle of mantel hold a fan-shaped arrangement The table. was .
) i I liming; room evening In FellowshipHall
of day: 111"11ll1d\ I .select your. fiivorllf
whit; pylon net on which / centered with u miniature I
utokesia. \ balanced. by white I following the eveningservice. /
M were placed at intervals) miniature \ bride and /groom 8urioiindo.ilbv r iintuln IM-n. TKLEI.KAI'll. -
candles. in brass, holders. agnin.st Hosts were mnmbprsof
flunked !
nosegays of white sat- blue hydrangeas and i
background of mngnolbi the WSCS and the WesleyanService .
in ribbons. The cake was t n by white tapers in i-ryntul. I: .
1 ffJ flanked by four low crystal bougliH" I holders. The three, dining tables Oiiild I
The table was coveredWith l Arrangements of div lilies
candid holders holding white I ten held malt arrangementsof ;
cutwork cloth, and. pink and blue.. hvilinngensWITH t..bookl. \ at this
n white blue and white, hydrangeas I'lastlc 4>
rr tapers and to these were tied : I
uspil In lii-oiHtlng The
bows of white nylon net to,I I ilged, In blue nnd placed over and wedding, bells. ,i-ovorprt I, ':
bliio horn The table, was (cen-I refreshment table war:
which were attached nose- I'' The hostesses presented. the '' TtU'OR'PIi.'I
i.-iiMl wllli .1 .silver bowl holilmg I with n lure ,cloth ever" b"IRe'IIlttln ''I
Rays of mums. Also on the honoree with a piece. of her '
and 1 centered by an arrangement
arid pole
t'lblivrr silver trays hold- .tL v.'IIII"y) ( <11I1<'... Presiding. at chosen crystal as a memento I ", of pink loses! gliidinll. .\ (1.111..111..1111 In the TKLKI.ICXI'H : I II
ing mints and nuts. Cuttingthe of the. oceuaion.( The hostesses Mi-s I I
\, and .inapdi.igons'
S lit
the bowls .
-aki were Mrs Olll Davis, puiii-h also gave Mrs. Donnte Thorn- Nelson Green and :Mrs H. H'I brlngt rriultw.
'1'0U..S1I:: J,1n.
Hi.' t.ible I
of \\(
and Miss Irene DeLettre. I ,I'.. Vn .-1s. lone: Adams, and, ) ton, H recent bride, a piece of Adumx. pretided, : at the punch
Presiding at the punchbowls I
1/ Caipl :Mi-U.iiOthers assisting. / -, --
/ --
\\ !re Mrs. T. F. Hutto in w i ving uere Mm II M.A .1
Ji Miss Sandra Tra-
T Ar (WinMm: : s C!. IVniuatk
wick. Miss Helen Oodbce. Mi'*. O L. Iliynoi ..11'11'11., :: ., D.
y cousin of the bride, kept the),\ K jU.ltae.. :Mis .J. W Kinc.llfl..

10 .. brldev book, I and,, :Mrs H A. Bishop! | Ji .
; After spending some time) h Approximately: \1M( guests)
with their guests. Mr and ( t
W M fled: hot ween the appointedhours 1
Mrs Kinney left for wedding pufF
ntIn 1i Including from
trip' to South Florida. Lr town. Mr and, Mrs., Olen Os- 1 1I
The bride chose for traveling teen and Richard, Olden of The

an off-white knit suit .l.ii'li.Honvllle. Mr. and Mrs arJen RESTAURANTFATHER'S
complemented with turquoise 11 -n'lh'VIIIIUInI4' of Largo? }

accessories Her corsage was iniii MiMHes: Pat and ]Mary

a while orchid take from her $' 'lull, Rowton and, :\11.... Ber-.

M yra bridal bouquet 1 .ff'. the Fuller of Tall.ihuanee..

; < .b'. \ I I I where will After reside!Mr June in Kinney Fort 18 the Eu-stls.is stationed couple Va. ..J.t l\ -l"r Robin Warren I 1\\ E DAY J) 1\\ r DIOER) ? I

S -
: with the Army National, Weds Charles WhiteheadIn Has Slumber Party
... Guard.\ 1.I Jean Tyink I

r1i .I The bride niaduatPd from Trinity Baptist Church Ceremony Rotoin Warren J gave' a slumber ,

",,",', Engle'vood High School and party Tuesday night of,

.f'' ''WAS employed with Blue Miss Jean Tylnk of Jack- Tenn and Mrs. al'Oll.\e\ last week for Bremln Myrlck. ROAST PRIME RIB OF BEEFAU

.. t.. I. I'' Cros, Blue Shield In ..TarksonvUl scmvll.'t! daughter of Mr. and Bishop of Jacksonville They who is moving to Orlando this i
K \ .- Mr Kinney graduated Mrs James T>lnk of Hol were attired alike in aqua summer. I JUS

17 :. fiom Bradford: High land. Mich, became the. floor length orl1nll1.lMowns: The, 28 young talk enjoyed, !

lent; : School and was a student at bride of Charles E Whitehead with scoop; necklines and dinolng, games' and refreshments -

the University of Florida son of Mr and Mrs. A. short Mpeves The slim skirts'' during the evening, after BAKED POTATO' SOUR (CUEAM! : 1 CHKKSK: ;

ill Miss Godbee Weds Wayne S. KinneyIn prior to entering service I B. Whitehead on Friday had un overlay of organza which( the 14 girls remained

Out -of-town guests were I evening;;:. June 3. The ceiemony and the empire waistlines :for the night. ti> o

u Englewood Baptist Church CeremonyA Mrs Hazel Ritch Mr,. and I vas performed at 8 o' were emphasized by satin I TOSSED[ SALAD)

Mrs. Bernard Jacobsen and i clock in Trinity Baptist bows In front Schlffl! cmbroidery State Farm DanceA

swisoltu beautiful marriage ceremony steph'.uotlll blossoms. He: daughter. Mr. and Mr. Church. Jacksonville with decorAted the bod- .as

.ut Sunday afternoon, only ornament was a pearl James D. Seymour. Mrs: the pastor, Dr. Robert C. Ice and sklit. Headpieces dance will bt' held at the HOT) HULLS BUTTlm
\ June a. was that of Mis:sPatrl neekhf.( a gift from th!' Olad.v Harrington Mr. and Orav officiating were matching aqua petals) Community Club house of the

''l.l Yvonne Godbee" bildeuioorn Mrs. M C. Wells and Mrs Given In marriage by Rev. with three roses and simulated Florida State Prlvon on Saturday -

cx-ry of Jacksonville and:! Wajnt. Miss Ann Ocntiv of Jack' ShelH. Oerlle. of Starke. Mr. Syd L Rees the bride wore pearls attached to 11-1 I I] June 11'\' from 9 till 1 a, Ii

slt-n. Shelton Kinney son of Mrs I "on' Ills served as maid of and Mrs. Allen Godbee andaughteri a gown of white silk organza luslo.i Each attendant carried m. with music. bv Maik\ CaHtle.

Carolyn Redgrave of Staike I honor and the bridesmaidwere of Chaileston, I S. over tnlfeta. fashioned witha on slnule: white rose Admission $3 per couple. _

Floet. which took place In the< \ Ml"-s Donna Oardne C. and Mr and Mrs. C. C. high rise waistline and with green streamers.i i =

Englewood) Baptist Churcl and Miss Annette! Outlaw Parker and children of controlled skirt. The Chan-' A. B. Whitehead Jr. of i

1 In J.uksonville Officiating 'also ol Jacksonville '111e'' Cocoa. tllly 1 lace< bodice featured a Lake Bjtler solved his brother \ EVERYTHING ALWAYS i

at the 3 o'clock ceremonj, flower Kill: I wall little Mi* scalloped, neckline and short as best( man. and the ush-

was Rev. Wilford McCormick Deborah Oodbee of Charles Mrs. A. R. Noman sleeves! The appllqued skirt ers were Earl Nichols of'' FIRST QUALITY

ton. S. C. 1cousin of thi terminated In a Watteau lace Lake Butler and Max Brownof I
I Prior to the ceremony i a bride Attendants were gowned Hostess To Board train and her two tiered veil Jacksonville. I II s

program of nuptial music alike In floor' lenuth aqu Of DKG Society of Illusion was secured to St.arlclsh'lIIllIrn"l : served I

was I'prdm'cd. by B. E. Stratton empi-.e shea thi. Mln latin-' organza/ flower petals and I I as llowsr girl and Bryce D z.

31 ol Oodboe! soloist, and sister geed their matching clrrula( I'I the executive board pearls. She carried a white A reception was held In r r.

of the bride The tradItional veils They
1 1I wedding man-he: : of ye'low' puffed mums. Delta Kappa Gamma Sorll'ty; white CatU-lva orchid with bookstore building
1i.I i. were Uif-d M C Well of Starke sejv- I with /a lunch'on.It/ her home satin streamers Following a weddiiiR trip

i.t i.I Thc chinch was docoratec pd hM: nephew BS best man on Bust Call Street last Satur/ Mi** Anne Johnson of to the central part of MlhI '*vutfv-v-V.--.'

:t' with llooi baskets of whit and ushers WPI-P Bradforrlorku day.The Jackfioit-.iile\ served as maid I I Igan. the. couple is residing ; PLEASE POPS WITH ASport'Shirt
,. ulanio'i: nod Plnocchlo chry- I I of Jacksonville, cousin luncheon( was/ ....rvell of honor. and the ) at n8"! Cassat Avenue. Jacksonville $& ; / ;

d snntlit'i.-.iinis.: nualnit! a back- ,, of the groom and ChurlniOsborne buffet style from a table t-ov, maids were Miss brlde'-i I .

: mound ol palms and ni of Starkp MiisteiMallrii ered with a white linen <'lothcentl'rt'd I derwood of Chattanooga, e'k '

i nnhu.iv. : of the same flowers : Locke of Jacksonville, I with a tall arrangement I r'>J"f

t Se CIl-1)1 am'h c.mdelabrt cousin of the !irroom. was ring of red and gold\ '1 hemero \

,I held elute cathedral tapers beater rallis In a white container Miss Linda HugginsIs r Mrs. W. F. Moore ;& TO .99
.99 $
II and I Guests were seated nt Individ f $ *|
I Ii Tli!,,' l.niillv' pea, were marked Mrs! Oortbre. sclprtej 'I ,2
i 'utlt' 'vhlti1 satin bows and hnnd-fa'-riloned for her gal tables! covered with greet Inspiration Presents Pupils
, I wedding a min 'place mats.! Mrs. W. H. Hart I
clust'T' of pompoms.!! daughter's :
For Three Parties
Mrs, w. F Moore of Lawtey!
and "Mrs.- P. T. Nolin. assistedMrR !
Tin1!\! liiirle. given In mal'-I I green Inre]:,( milt with\ match I I .
I Norman In presented her piano pupils Inn INCLUDING IRONs
i ;:.i'" b"<- her father. wore I a i Ins accessories she won serving./ MISH. Ldnd.i HuKKlni. bride- I at > k -
I rental Tiit-Bilnv' night 4$
i I Following the luncheon I ibusiness UNDERWEARTshiru J..1L
: '-M ow :.1 l "t( Vriiit, luce \\Ubl: white" ovmbldlum orchids held to I elect, hag been the Inspiration (Trace Methodist Church. Taking 'I Pamper dad with a luxury fabric
meeting was
pray d. sole skirt. The flop' Mrs Redwuve chose for all work for the for HPverul bridal partlev/ part on the program were 3 2.45 >i ) port shirt of' woven plaids, solid

len :z' ., rmplre sheath. swepl : her sons. wedding a suit of; complete biennium. Committee chairmen I in the punt. week. I, Martha ant, Merle Smith fee'
_.I.K. ( m.'iv,. into a detachable Ivory bonded lace( with pint I presented their report! Mrs.- O. I.. Haynes Sr' Mrs,' IlIn.1 Kathy Casey. On I Luiv- i Knit Brief 3 ., 2.05 t ; lar, ivy or Honloy ttyling.' Largo
(r'l.r'! ; Mnln The flnwtl! ;;> and Ivory o'cesol'll'lI, (prim and completed plans! Mrs, I A. N Holllilav. and Miss hon, Brenda Curter Sue Kirkland \N .. to C hooi* from. Sn.. t

i il 01 illusion WHS' held In plem-nt'd withI pink cymbidium I Norman, is ending/ her twoveur Hope Hullklnv /gave a lunrh- i Iii'ta, Crawford, Cindy, Athletic Shirts 3l 1a I .65 a, i S, M, L, XL.FAMOUS.

pi," r bx u cluster of fabric orchid corsage term aa president of Alpha eon ..t noon Saturday for Miss. Durk' Handy, OnskinH. Sheron ?;
I I 0)si'flip ,carried a bouquet A nreptlon was hell lr I Hugglnji at their home on S. Prpvatt. Leonard, Sapp. F.l- Broadcloth o 1C KORATRONNoIron
Nu chapter. I\
3l.. $ ,
\ and whltf I church recreation build I The three dining Faulkner Short \
or l iv -ii'plianolls" the PlanK were discussed. for thi Water Street nine Walnwrlght. Kathy : <
'I! '..I.l ':'M the back( of whlcli : Inc! following the wedcllni!! International meeting I ul / tables were centered with Ann Starling/ Susie Hll- *3B3CEMfflS Slacksa

"..TbiIrle, 's Illusion and I Cleveland In August .small arrangements of pink liard. Sandra, Dobbs, Nancy
\ }l1ow" ,, nf white satin vlb-I I hydrangeas"' ; under white wedding Lee Sheila Not man. and", Joy e den t

bon ''o ''vhil'h.rc attached Mrs. Houpt Returns Smith bells. The dining room I Hipp.Mla4: I it Sj / 99
Stephen with a'' / GIVE 599AND
table was centered Rnza RlanrhaldIVS! ) i '

. i iI _. ,--' .---- I II i From General i Host To Friends bride and /groom 'rind 1 nurroiinil-, Tom' Cnst v. and ;MI.U It<.i>ney III/

I r Federation Meeting ed by pink hydrangeas. Balancing I I Moore" assisted( Mrs. :Moore 1nscrvirg I DAD ASOCK \I ::::[ (i Tho permanent croaio t is baked ,In,

: On Birthday the! netting were white ref'eshments to her I \.o never, novor acids ironing.

'. I f MiCalvin J Houpt pres- I tapers in crystal. holders pupils and. guests. In the Smart, trim ivy styling I in black,

of the Starke Woman': Stephen Smith celebrated The honoree was presented' '' lunch annex.Crusader. I' I \ olive or be;... Siit 3? la 42.
ne1 idem ir
from his 16th birthday last Friday with a piece of her crystal! II> VV
r returned
r Vj g i Club. ha 111. where she attended I night with: a buffet suppei; a memento of the occasion Class Stretch Banlons ,_ s: "( A"A

day J JA Chicauo.the Installation ol and party In the recreatlor from her hostesses.. The hostesses Dark. IMi, ,Ib., O "I On Il..! .,........-t..... ot.r.tJ'\WJi\: ; ; \;

it Mrs Tdsar: Dixon of Miam room of the Foster Shi nlao preaen.tl'tlfrs- Don. I Has Swim Patry ...l. ,.".,.,. .C PR. I lOl
*" y Smith home on W. Madisor nie Thornton, a recent( bride
.I' / like as I president of the Women'sClu' General:, Street. with a piece of her" china pat I The Crusader. Sunday< School Stretch Crew Socks

Pedn) ation of The 20 vounz folk enloy- clasx of the Fust Christian silo and ".,"I.n.
l" 1 >'.. Mrs Pearce( Is the served at 1 tern.The Church( pnoye) no from Florida Ing the affair were twe.1veCue"l/ Included' Sunday whms.dahandA,, ., PR.iiipid No-Iron I Walk Shorts '
first president find swim p.iity ,
revered with red ancwhite motherof fry .
tables ,
Mrs r.eorpe IlugginH ItpiStretch
:) to hold this hlzh office ol afternoon after. rhurch 8."rvii- _
I : othertcA 1 1for checked cloths. centered the bride elecL Crew Socks 99 .
the woild's! largest organization I lamps at tho Edwin Williams' Kings-
f :J. 1..' ''' cf women. with Lake home.Those moa ... nl 11' 3 .?n4, ? EM Y
The dessert buffet table wa" Mrs Phillip Cronkhite and ley Ie Whit" I.d .."..., 3 2 25 \ ; r
theDiamond the 1
I CAPTURE IT ALLI :Mis Houpt said that attending Included PR. "
I : also :covered: with a red and Mrs Bobby L.. Tn'lorC"ve, / H I .I lola' >
, ,,. From the first Jubilee! Convention white cloth and centered I delightful kiti lien' shower at sponsor. and chaperoncs. Mr ONE SIZE fITS 10 to 13 J y Dacron and cotton i? s'i / ?'
r' tour-day marathon ol and 1 :Mrs Jim Faulkner, :Mr r
,, Y!: ,,,. ray of light, was a : with a birthday cake topper:! the home of the latter Saturday and -=1.' Koiolran procititJ; itS, }
and Williams,
Yr i Th.,one day early morning!\ cluss and Mrs! Kdwin: I"
with a fishing scene The' I for :MIHS HngKlnHAn Reese. ntvunitdt ironing., 1' ,
i."e. panels historical Mr.: and forum IIndI lgiien
< i attnirtlve vellnw
silver / ,
buffet counter held two i. V
li\ '!; This one d breakfasts, luncheons tamed. Ivy tlylxl' in hand. .
Issolull, paaoantiv with red rose" I color motif was -7----I 1 tJ .t
i epcrinps \
) mid dressup parties ,, solid, colors
Ali decorritionsYellow | same
; should out in the< pirlv r
!f' .} You 'and vtulegated greenery.
l lf. { Oar and Mrs. Havdon snnpdiagonH In attr c- I Tw'nt.vCllest"/ enjoyed this' SIt', 29 tot. FV
f.f.i h '" c.ptuleIUI\ Burns mere on hand to offer I Guest!! enjoyed rwoMs< I I tive nrr,'nngementa/: were used! delightful event. \ >
._ \\
i .. .J.i. coiisriilulatlons, to Mrs: billiard'' and games during\ in the living room The ,IPfieshment / \

1 OM photographs, record of joorwedding. Pearce who wall appointed the evening, I tnhlp was covered ,i Miss- HugginH. was honored -. -!-

the servICes of qaati/ "tf by pot' Burns In 1965 to a MIS. Smith was assisted In with a Ince ,cloth and centered 1 with u Coca-Colu party Monday -- SHORT SLEEVE
BTOftuwMl' photographer erU. -- Board serving by her mother. !Mr by Misses Canvas Casuals
n'neear! term on the I with yellow and white pompoms eveninK given Men's
tit. r of Rea'T.ts! for the State of Walls Llpsey and daughter.Mrs In a pottery tea pot i Martha Susan: Rltch. and 8uzl i \\t.E NOIRONSWIM
I'hooAraph-4! <>u will Shlmer. of St. hon- and Mrs. Lewis .
l > Florida: : Leon which was given to the Broadway ...
lI treasure a lifetime in Mrs Houpt said It was a Augustine I oree. At one end of the table. Chaff Ht the home of the Utter : A TIMElY/ G"ri .,. 99 Dress Shirts

heautlful natural color. nleasure to hear reports from I I 'the crystal punch bowl was at 711 1 Grand street. V \ !2

I'. ( all us today, Ask! for the 51 State Federations: (theDlst.irt :i Recent Birth .surrounded, by Ivy and yellow Cora-Colas surd ,rfnarkM.. wereMvrvoil TRUNKS ;i. .
.. from the t rffrewhrnenttubli 229 299AND
free bedding! brochure, of Columbia hn: pompoms .> Riiniorctd.' Carrvai
urounlnil. and 26 of Mi. and Mrs Edward: 1 Klti'hen KHIUPIvirp plnvt-il which wax i-t-nteied I within : { ':" AND
: uch a Uop rCuihiarwd
Complete album- priced, Starkp. and 17.'t'r... awarded to arrangement of spring O99 ,.
the 35\ pfflllatPd orianlzi-> Franklin! Hooper of JII .
I 299 : ... ".> r Irliot*
to lit budget. > "CTOn.IIOftO'C."o'
every the winner I"w'r. '
tong In countries of the Free nnno.jnre the birth of a eon f I Jhi ,
+ With AnilSuppait
IVnrld )I neneral Biaxter.' on June 13 Yellow pompom rnisnge-i; :Miss. I Muggins/ was |1"iei.>nt..d ry" CIt'n..d( I.ft
I BULLIHGTONSTUDIO County Hospital.IM'istip were prevented" to the honoree 1, with a handsome towvl set ( .v. Inn Loa, s.I.[ ... ,.!!In|ha 01 d' D
"It was a very hlih Starke honor Bedford: dud! her mother. Mr. George; )I from her himtpsHei! an a memento :n I r. .v,,1.' *Oli .j l I.n t ".f llfll,:. :alllf ii= Jut t1"i ID U ..1...,.. fir..t I.':i to 17.mg .
10 rcn'e.sent the ri I. ,i.i .. ,in n-aai1- '*riu
Hugging and. Miss Huggins.n,9 of for uniNiun, ; ..
\B'oom's. Club., and t felt". NiiMxM.k' .t..O) nt II... .. ai-.. Kivcn' :an "h''III'.' Fell"u' I,, ."-ul, or (hi.. I.L.Ut. ....-I .In.. r IgMll.'l/IdltYlrlll
N i I r. nil Ui d. II:1&1.: I
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(fl' Rft.vt roni> rot :xtv'/ TEi.nun.U'H: !qrftR FLORIDA THURSDAY. JUNE 18. 1966

-_.- ... ,, exist In several Instances I ---I r- 1 week of June. THE RIGHT POINT for the

I such as regulations on Sun- -I- : The library has a wide so- way you vtrlte. Come lit coal
I day :ijaio of beer These were I Iapparco'.ly lectlou of bouka on. such uub- select your favorite ESTKIt-

passed as I jecta as sports, adventure, romance BROOK fountain pen. TELE- I

.. tions.. Anderson said mo-I mystery. explorationof GRAI'II.NiIea I

should be adopted as apace science fiction, music ,

possible': dg ordinances. and other subjects for !
Apreed to place street i MMtioniil' 1 reading. : .r """II...lion Ecu Tin

sign on Plnegrove Street at! Thi HI.iff IH. ready to help I .*...'llrnl. 111 1.1II. F. '".

i request of Mrs. R. M. Fei pin It n "rending, schedule for Notice 'In he-ehy glr, .". that
rell. Ihi.sr. who would like to have I Ifan-lnirton. C ha mll Iei r. I th,' holU-
,,r. ..' rnlliiwllia, .crrtlfkutfHhuH I
I Failed, to I second help Come In and ''browse, filed 1 .*.uli! i-ei'tlflciitaii. f'ra
I II cilman Thomas' : coulI-j join the Florida Fun Fare tax deed to b. lamied thereon. .-

allow Mrs. Charles Reading Program and have Thnvrtlfk'uta nu 1b....
and yeiir of issuance. tha it. .-
to erect "Bellalr Point"sign fun reading during the sum-
""','I\>lIon or the property and
I ..ner.Father's! the In which It
lit residential area nnm'M HUB a.eI -
\ I I peeped are an. follows:
-Foiled\ to second Council Certificate No. 111. Ye.ir. of

man LaRue's motion to pnv DayGathering 1: I IXKII..u .,.. inm.rienrrlnf .
Stefan Brokas $1.50 an bout !Ion: nf Property No.42SI2 .
I 1 !> (rojf at SK COH or N'Vl/4\
\. _, Instend of $1.25 for fl'lImI, \ Set I of SE'< al run N. 30H.JI ft. for ufoil
for n vacationing city employ i T.IOII' run W 27H Ft. N '.;.u
"'T.. i I.: 10.KT." .at. 7.2 KT to :;
Four Outstanding 4-H Club Members I At St. EdwardsFather I I I'OH Kt HAH 5-ll.: SICC :I3 I vII .
Airce.i\ to test water ai! T-M-S K-22 K.: 2 A ITCH.
Attend State Congress At U of F Keystone Beach follow InccompJai.t 1'I All of vul. <1 i I'ioi,..>rty livlnv In
Edward Klrby. pastor the ('f uiity: ..r tJruiiroril. .., 1 sttv'of ,
received concel'nIng -
4-11 Club or I of St. Edward's parish. Kiorlil.i.' '
\ outstanding In addition to meetings ,:
cm ear infection.heard I L'n' MH fluch oertlflrute. ircertllUHte
memh, .-. represented Brnd- ; the State 4-H Council and announces that there will be ; I I t .*! Mhull l 10.. reilceuieilurcor ,
ford County at the second annual the selection of state winnersIn Councilman Don- Kindergarten Graduating Class "a ,grand gathering of all par- >llnif to luw I tlm. Mroi>irty I
) Slnte 4-H Club CongressFr'i most 4-H contests. the ohoe report that dances at I Ishionars". at the church on tl l.--i-iic'l. | .. i In site Ii certirinat I* or
the beach pavilion are .'irtIfUMII, will I he HI,101>| | lo thehtghrpt ,
at the University of Florida\ > Congmst featured educational Iul'4'r'' ..Mamu; I'l-lcnt Kindergarten/: graduating I-IIIHH. of !1111111! ( !: Fathers Day June 19. blildfr UL lit* court, ;
Monday: through Thursday. opportunities: citizenship aridleadership \ being run in an orderly Ixt "An Invitation Is extend.-) bout.. t*< fr on th, flrHt Mond.iy.: ; ."
I-f ;
row ( ) : t"I.hllnl.| ( r'n. Cindy C'unovn, Tanya.' Gowcn Su/iinne Sawyer,
manner. : of I! whichl '
Pii-tured with Assistant : development. recreation to all people young and oH, In m.m-.i July I6S.
Tentatively Stacy Lynn Cronkhitc. Crystal Thornton Donna Kay Thornton, Puula Tanner, 'I l I" the Mil day of July, 1'JBII.! .i
Countv Agent Bobby Taylor. a fellowship.\ approved; strangers and frtend.s to participate D.u..d! l ,iflln. 'Idtll llujr of I..y. i
rlgh t I. they are: Steven Rojer Those 4-H'ers will share Donohoe's suggestion that l Hr."p Hurry I'aiiln, Dee Curler.2nd in the festivities," r IN IIII.

"! I left.1.. Emory Prevail Jr.: their experiences with other the sum of $200 be put In rosy: "'",U'lnkler, lucky Johns, John :Ml'll Kevin Sp..l.llIth.: ..\"' Father Kirby said. "There t (SlL) \

front :owl Sandra Hoggins 4-H members In the countyby next year's budget for construction Jeff !Stfagald./ will >be a happy gettogetherof Clerk C'hiirl ol l. A.("IriUll Parity> : Court nf I II

i left !I. nnd Phyllis Men glvln* reports and talks. of signs to advertise 3rd row: Jerry Illulock, !Stephen Kersey, Stephenlvnre, Ronnie C'lemons, people who will\ engage In I I ltr.nl f''": (1 l ("'i,,"nty.I Dorldu.

Sandra and Emory were and providing inspiration! to the city.Discus'ed. \ Donnle Clemons. Ted Ilnllck, Ke\ln Ilntson., sports and. games of all types" I/:
voting: delegates. on State 4-H their clubs and the county 4- the proposednew he added. I

Council while Phyllis and H councIl' through their leadership budget totaling $44.912 : : Highlight of the day will I
Steven snrved as delegates at activities in the com (about $1.000 less than last !plenty of competition are | ship flit lit must "lay 36 be a baseball game between SINGER AUTOMATIC

large. ing year year'sJ] and set time for final l 90 Entries Expected For 4th Hnro'd Bishop III who this r holes h. one day to qualify. fathers und Sons, followed by CONSOLE MODEL .

adoption at the next regular year nas won the Cecil Field while, those qiialilyinij,; in all a weine.r! roust, and a programof
meeting on July 12. Annual Golf Tournament Here \ NAS Tournament and Lake 'I other llliilits play only 18 light entertainment, Sewicig niiM-hliie: Zlgilntl < Zags. '

Settlement On with 141 Rue, Redfearn. and City's annual tourney. and I holes.! Father Kirby assures. everyone Htltchex. buttunholeH, .

C. H. Donohoe voting yes. I Clyde TerwilleRar. three of a warm welcome at the decorates, etit.! Original /
Wishing\ then. raised the 8 Attend A big weekend of golf is into flights by their handicap tIme, Starke CC champion. Summer Reading open! house to be held In his prl.'e. $300. HUH M balance
slate.i at the Starke Golf but play will be from
Water Lines question of payment for a I The following weekend ,rectory, and he looks forward W08\ or reliable purty in

itand-by generator which he FFA Convention and Country Club with the scratch. I June 25 and 26. the Starke Program Enrolls to greeting many citizen of this. area can assume $2:
Set 4th annual Pro-Am Tournament D'endlnchampion' / GeneConner r Starke his and weekly puymentH.VIUL..
Dispute said the City had asked him Oolf and Country Club as guests
Friday. June 17 and ct the Timuquana 52 Children TAKE OLKKIl: MACHINE
several friends.
to pay $300 for years Tournament Is slated. Ter1 -
(continued From Page One) the 4th annual 36-hole In-r Country Club in Jacksonville\ 1 i IN TRAin Phoneviiie Jackson-
One1notlfl ] ago. He said the generatorwas ulllcuni Is defending champ Festivities will begin at 4p.m.
from Page
(Continued vltntlonnl The Summer RpadlnPro.
Tournament. Sat-
I is Is another / COLLECT .:ma-J.I00,
obtained from surplus us nnd Bishop Li a two time I ,.. anAl all persons are assured -
Company of to atten.dthe
Tampa urday cud Sunday June 18 /gram at the Staike. Public
: : .
(>Wiggins\ at the time properly through Civil Defense National FFA Convention I formiT champ.; Jack Round- wlnni--: Finals for the club Itood I of a tine time lit this link for Credit Manager.ViIi
and 19.Entc'iea. I Library /got off to /
the line were moved. adding that. It was tree of Luke City must be played by parish reunion. Mothers und % deliver no obligation.
in Kansas City :Missouri next from JacksonvilleLake tour'ipy( start with 52 boys and. girls. I
"You have a justlfable later moved to Green Cove October. I Ixjcnl entries expected to 1 Simdnv. June 19. wives of the parish will be 2lchg 6:23:

rluiin" he told the WaterWorks Spring and that. under the Odom's farming program City.('. Keystone Pulatka Heights.Galnesf1f and, I'I provide the visitors l with FlavorIn) the champion- signing up during the first I I hostesses on this occasion. I I

You counton he would like I i'I
head. can circumstances, -
this year included: 99 head of '
Green Cove Springs are expected -
me." to have: Ms money back. beef cattle 33: acres of Improved
for the Pro-Am Tour I :
LuP.je moved that the "I've always tried to cooperate :;
pasture and 35 acres
ney. It will be played on a ; ; ,
?UY 1e.c.-z.e
Council "go ahead and do with the City Wig- of forestry. His supervised in .4 .
best ball of the four each!
what Is necessary to correct gins declared. practice program has earned
whatever Injustice and dam- Watkins!! wry comment him awards Includingthe flight: on a handicap basis.
age" had been done to the that "Yes. we've seen an example Star State Greenhaml in Ninety entries are expecteel I
for the: biggest event of OQRi CL4 .sl r[ [ RJ.
water system. In restatinghis of: that: tonight 1963 and the State Beef I the venr. the annual Invlta- q ,

motion he later added: brought a heated retort from Breeding award in 1965. tloiia? Players will be placed
"up to and not exceeding $2.- Mayor Al Nelson

000. he'd seen over the years Local Democrats I ,

ThU motion was 'later many examples of Mr.Wig- Two ArrestedAt !
withdrawn. however with I plns' cooperation in civic af- Attend StateCommittee 20 wortU, or less. one Insertion :Memorial. KeHoliitlonx. etc l>N|>luy Ails In Claw lfle
the appointment of LaRue fairs. LawteyOn mlnlmum.hllrg., ..) l.Wt IVr word! .- ---------- ,j5 411.50 .
liirh-llrnt Insertion.pr .
and Redfearn to confer withWigilns. "And you know this. too.;' Meet Whiskey Charge If nut |>ulil in uilviioifH _____ -- I 1.23 I I
Curds of Thank. : I'p to So vtur he told Watklns. ,
Lex Green, State Democratic Keyed" ('(.041e11 l or blind u"N 1.2.\. Inch after first Insertion.
City Attorney Berwick Anderson In other action the Council Moss's( Place at Lawteywas (minimum charge) 't.SO
Executive Committeeman. (minimum charge) ______________ 1.3.5
said It appeared that promised Mrs. Bea. Cooper aided: last Frl' ay. Jun" I ,
and Mrs. Lea J. Temple. State Kuoh: additional word over 20______ .05 Oier 30 wonts. : per word_ .05
the city was responsible for Ubiary\! board member. 10. and a couple arrested on .r "
CommitteewomAn from Brad-
putting Wiggins' water line $400 for the Keystone Library charges!! of possessing Illegal
ford attended the
back in usable condition, but : In the new budget. She meeting County of the State Executive whiskey and resisting' arrest Insurance Problems? HASTINGS(; MATTRESS I INSURANCEAT : FOR SALE-Brick home

lidded he would not go so had requested $500. with the Committee In CleArwater accord'n' to the Bradford t'all the. Man From & UPHOLSTERY WORKS{ I REDUCED RATES floors 3 bedrooms. 1 ''a
far to this would entail extra $100 to Insurance AUTO. FIRE DOAT family room or dining
as say cover last Friday and Satimlny. Sheriffs Department. I 710 (.enon St. Palutka,
laying 600 feet of new and utility bills and was Arrested' were Jessie Lee I' "KEVSTONK"George ; I Furniture Repaired DOYLE E. CONNER Enclosed garage. Double V
Also attending were11'8.:; .
water line. told the full amount wouldbe Myers. 43 and Claude :Myers E. LaRue Hefinished L"'iStUAlIiCEGESCY: 1028 Palm St. Tim \
Lucite H. and &
He IskeWhul'fnll:! If he budgeted if possible. Green 51. both Negroes. Five gallons I ICon.ultanl Upholstered tfchg 9692451.: 2tchg
Temple, who are Keystone Heights! REIJUILTJ
wouH be satisfied It the City CoiT.pll. alsoAopl'ovpd :MATTRESSES ,
: James/ of 'home brew, over a
the Democratic / For All Your
County ; New-'; Innerspring! HAVE YOU TRIED the:
assumed the responsibilityand \ a request of gallon of moonshine whiskey I
expense of making connections LaRie: that he be allowed to tive Commltee. were found; on the premises I Insurance Needs and Box Springs |MARY CARTERPAINTS In cosmetics and sl:tn ,\

to the line In Its pre- spend up to $15 to experiment -i Pat Thomas, Quincy. In'lur.r of the establishment the I I Representing l UroO) I', A Card or 'all For free home r
nnre eent, was elected (;1'.oItmerlelln. Ins.. ('u. phone Luster Consultant, :
bent position. The reply wal "lIh a model for a couplo own and operate. i PALATKA:.\ 5-9168
man of the State Committee ThTravelers Ins. ('o. 964-6681 or
no. cement street marker that Both ChArged with 1':0(0'SII.U.IU: : Proctor
were :MRS. .
slll'ceelInjCVarren (ioolrirh.Flan ; ,
Councilman Walt Thomas rould ]>o*>,ibly be made with I were laid for an possession: of moonshine Tel 473-4692! Day 2(1'( ) K.: Adklll.s St. 5311. 4tp .

asked Wiggins: why he city labor.Henid. Intl'n-I whiskey. possession of untaxed 473-4325 Nltes !Stjrkt'gMit( Do a baby ,
sive campaign to < you need ,
Chairman .\ut. I Ire Home BusinessMonthly '
waited so long to bring; the Airport liquor. and resisting Complete Line week.
Democratic nominee, Robert I Will sit by day or :
matter he did that sale of : Payment Pl.in ELECTRIC BOAT HOISTS -
up why Redfearn report King High for Governor in' arrest. They have been re- ofPAINTS 964-3054. 3tp :
not pin rue it. while the coun- Umbel! from the property the November general election lease'! fr.jm the Bradford r built to order.I"ch'ne. : work

cil was in office at the time has amounted to around $5.- \ In fnce of strong Republican I;, county Jail under $3.000 ONE:, ); STOPMASOXKY Boat. Motor and Pump repairs. ANDSUPPLIES WANTED -Cooks. curb I,

the !pipes were chan ed.WI.tlns 000 horn a program of thinning opposition bond each.' Brown's Repair Shop. Rt. 1. ; ()(
said that he conic1not. and removing damagedtrees. Box 363. Starke I Kingsley and waitresses. Apply
: ; I ', mad'
arrests were
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Hal Y. :Maine:\ of Lake Butler l ;
n__ u_.H.t ft_ _fair__. _hefli-lnor_._n_m_ with____._ was appointed a.s a member with the cooperation of state 11'11(1)11"; : all Hi/on' C'on-. Lake. tfchg For All Purposes son Lee's Drive Inn 3tchg !

the Council as then. consti -On LaRue's su l.tesUon. rrrttIllmk. iril t Sunil,I ant.
of the State Advisory beveruHo!. agents ; type ; Air AVE.; :MEET ALL I '
tuted. "They wou'rtn't' recognize voted to rotate the City'sQasnhlna I Committee representing the .. I'recust. l.lntcl.H. Everything. I I FOR RENT Flinli'.hed .
me" he said. business If other : fur concrete 11111- condo 2 bedroom cottage on ADVERTISEDJACKSONVILLE MARRIED COUPLES
Second'; Congressional, District. ff: 1-c 1U"'I''lry' I ,
Watklns: said. In his opinion denier [besides\ the one now Null n. roust..run'll..n.. Crystal Lake For reservation, \: :<< ED for Cottage Parent t

an outside:! expert shouldbe helm patronized I are willingto HOMECOMING: : \\e will meet any prices on call L 1<:. Whitehcad.: 96-!) PRICES :Minimum' education r ; ; :

brought in to determine meet the same terms I two CELEBRATION SET: FOR 12Wides. nil materials within llrml- 3675. tfrhg Phone 96 t.R201 grade. Age 21 to 53. I I
If had ford Comity' .\:% what damage any. rents per gallon discountl.Approved 1. NEXT WEEK I FOR RENT-2 bedroom furnished I .;
been done. but this suggestion an expenditure Custom Made: Ql'AI.irY.RtUDFOKD house on Okl.iwaha 353: : N. Temple 2 week:; paid vacation,
was not acted on. of around $50 for typingup The initial Homecoming For )Florida Living/ River near Orange' Springs! I I leave benefits. Shifts
LnRue said he considered the accumulated work of I Celebration will\ start. Mon- PURE OIL COMPANY I I from 6:30: a, m. to 2:30: p. : (
$23 Week! $60 :\!onth. :M.[ R
EN m:iNKKHINJ) (; CO. ,
Wiggins an expert" and had the zoning committee so day, June 20. and continue:: Get :More r Judd. 127 Lafayette St Ph : Has two bay service station | 2:30: ( p. In. to 10:30: p. m. :

no choice but to accept his that It can be studied by the through Saturday June 25. YOU For Your $ $ Th. fl61-2)21; Starke OH4-SP5I! I for lease at Walnut and Mad- j 10:30: p. m. to 6:30: a. m.

findings.On ", counAttorney'\ Anderson Monday night guest speaker: !I Ison Sts. Paid training: availj j general married couples

the motion to appoint advNcd that restrictions on Rev. F. O. Pinkston, pastorof No Salaried or Commissioned WANTED Cars To I FOUR ROOMS: and bath' able CaU TI'avistathls.: Jack- on same shift. Please < '
LaRue end Redfearn as mediators bullJlnas: would not be legal Mount Moriah Baptist Employees Check Front End ''I furnished apt for rent call sonvlll3561331: tfchg I Perionncl Office. :

Watkins voted no without a comprehensive Church Ocala. I 9R!>-t 1115 tfrha! Training; Center. '
DAI & BRAD LARSEN:-'; ,AIiJtnment-FREF. FOR SALE or trade 3 bed'oom: 5t chg ( '
"Inasmuch as I :Ion! t believe zoninr: i>''an. Everyone is Invited to en- I II
fin Obligation I)rhe In To- CLEAN RUGS like So
new. CB house. Large family room. ,
the condition exists. -Heard advise LIKE TO WORK
Anderson Joy the week's activities. Program .
till: ) Alignment IH easy to do with Blue Lustre closed gapage double lot. Most FAMILY: SKATING ltchg"I
Thomas also voted no that no ordinances actually at 11 a. m. Saturday at I I
NeiMlml Pit ('ost l I. Only Rent "!ectric shampooer. $1 desirable location :3d. A. Thursday: at Fun Spot. i
RJE High: School. Quest YOU Benefit! $.\U: for Mont. ('...... .\tI. ,I Starki: Hardware. Itcnc Payne. 204 S. Glenn St. Phone 10 p. m $1.50 for the ; :

I speaker. Rev. Eddie Burroughs "'IR I )E; STO( N E I LAKEVIEwl I 964-2701 until 4:30: p. m. 964- family. Summer hours:

To OwnLONGCHAMP pastor of Mount Gilmore All Rile!! on Display 1 COMERS:. ,r 6792 after 5 and on weekends 11 p. m. except Family
Easy Baptist Church Bartow 8-10-12() Wide.sP2 NO.( 426 BEACH & ..COTTAGESS..end tfch Matinee Saturday and I.

Dinner served at 1 p. m. Baseball liath.s Build or Park a trailer on this the day with your I :day. 3 to 7 7 1 p.m.

game at. 2:30: Plenty of 6 acres With approx. 400' lakt family on Santa Fe Lake 4tchg
HOMES fun and enjoyment for all and Expandable; frontage Minutes: drive to Parkin$1.00 per car Swim. JOBS OPEN. :-';

-Rev. George Lee Starke. Just $7995. $1500 picnic free.! Cottages by th" : r
Immediate opening for f'X1.rl"II't',1 TYPING at home. oil I
':o\\It. week. Ph. 468-1129, Maude
Custom Built Services TuesdayFor New and Used NO. 407 Coiner Turleton: 4tch 77 | bookkeeper, Imhyxit traits. individually

Special3! Bedroom :Modern tern, MiloriNl huuwkwp- greeting cards. Mrs.

Mrs. Dunn 8-Yr. financing; available :Masoniy Constructed home TAKE UP PAYMENTS: ( t-r &: wi>ltr.*sn.. No eps-rIcn.'e. J. Cunningham.

Your Plans Or Ours -- -- Tile floors and bath. Clr. Oil I| 1964 Chev Impaln SS 4 sp neeesary. :Nw fee charged l lunletut HeUht 473-3029. 3tp

Your Lot Or Ours At Long Branch Use Our Hental-1'ur- heat. City Water-! Attach gar Ri-H. P S. Canary Yellow \\e Hint yon u job,

chase! Plan-Payments age. Large landscaped lot. 1 with black Interior. Call 533- FOR RENT-2 bedroom I

Servi.-es were held Tues Under $30; () l'erIonlh:\ Handy t Jail. Only: $7750. I 1 2072' : A pood buv. Up Central furnished: house on I : J JI I

HOME: IMPROVEMENTSREMODELINC :\ day June 14. for Mrs. Pau- Small Down payment Powei: and Light. I W

(; ALTERATIONS le>ttp Oriffls Dunn. 21 of !STKOt'T RE \fn' FOR RENT' at Kingsley EmploymentSERVICE Ham;>tLin. 469-1048 or I I J I
r i Lake-3 bedroom house with
.Tacknapvllle: \ who died last 2117 1 N. Tl'mplpve.. : 3491. '
HOWMobile / prlvats dock. Available I
Saturday June 11. II:, S. 3011]
3-BEDROOM HOMES throuili: Auu. For reservations 3:51S: Temple" ,, tMiO-3711 I I
Mrs OriffUs was a nativeof Phone nfil-3491.: !Starke> call 964-6461 or 964- HOUSE: FOR RENT-2

FOR SALE NOW Lawtey. the Paul daughter Orlffis.of Home Sites FOR! RFNT Unfurnished 2 !5454. ItchgI I THE Kir.HT( POINT for the I I'oomr.! large yard. r :
Mr. and Mrs. Bay St I .
bedrcoiii Call 064-7403 rill' ('uiu' In and I
She wan a member of the AVAILABLEFull house. I I WANTED: housekeeper for ts&I) yon \\ I
CrurchIn artF. UP .select! jour favorite ESTKK-: I I \
Beaver: Street Baptist general housekeeplni ani
Small Down PaymentIN Lake Privileges BRoOK fonntiiin pen. TK.I.K- :MOBILE( HOME: FOR : !
Jacksonville. Homestead Exempt: HAVE 12 LOTS in Hampton cooking 5 day week. Hours 10 iU.\PH. I 1964. 3-bedroom. Will

PINERREEZE SVIiniVISIOV AND Survivors Include her hus- Financing Park Starke. Fla. for sale.: If to 5. :Must( have health card l furniture: or what have

EASTWOOD SUBDIVISION band. James E. Dunn of Interf tej write: Mrs. Philip Salary open. Call 9643401for LAND CLEARING.; blade ; or email!! amount of cash I I I

Jacksonville: one son. Paul Fox. Nauaatuck.: Conn. 06770. lopolntmcnt 2tchg 623 work. $1250 per hour. Purchase r $2.000 equIty assume I

Con tactBUFORD B.: her parents: three sis- Lake Geneva ltchg WANTED Rural acreage Llsrhtwood:! Stumps. Is!. men h.- State PrUon. I ;

ters. Carol Marsha. and Good location for homes. L. Turner. Call 782-3615. If I' sion 1205. or Box 283.
MITCHELLOffice Cindy and three brothers. FOR SALE: Six room house. no answer call ford. : I
Trailer SalesOn Bufo-d{ Mitchell P. O. Box 9643162.tfch't .
Phone 969-3281 P. O. Box; 238 Dew ynp. Billy, and Dale. I 6 acre., of land. 1280 ft. on 238 Pl! 969-3281. tfcha
all of Lnwtey. hlsl-ivj.v. 3 miles south on
140 S. Thompson St. Starke, Fla. KINGSLEY LAKE HOUSEfor FOR RENT OR SALE I I
Services, were in the Hst'age :!- Route. 100, One Mile SE Roa.-l 100.\ 3tchg 6 30
& Sons Chapel in Jacksonville lievston Heights, GAINESVILLE! AWNING {'0. sale. Write or call V. Q beiroom home In

We Are Chamber of Commerce Members!! Are und burial was in Open Sun. & Evenings; FOR RENT-1 or 2 bedroom "Pn-mlum Quality: :cCloy. Jr. P. O. Drawer 1148or Interior completely ': ;

You? If Not JOIN TODAY! Lonsr Branch: Cemetery at furnished apartment. Ph. : I'oor Boy Prices' phone 370-7290 Oalnes- ed. W H. Nollman 510 i
r j'I 9B4-79S4 tfchg Call 376-8888 today. vllle. Fla. tfchg Cherry St.
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guests Friday afternoon of noon. Beautification-Conservation Practice Plastic Notebook $3 (IId the
Assistance Offered
Mrs. Cecil Whlethead and Little Maureene Peeler of Cost-Sharing ,

Kingsley Lake daughters. Mandarin is spending the Added To ACP Program, Morgan SaysA TELEGRAPH.:
Mr. and Mrs. J L Bradley summer with her grandparents To Farmers and Ranchers by ACP

Air*. E. M. Nortoa had! ,aj cuests last week:, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. O. W. I :' '. beautification -conser- tlces In the ACP have also THEATRBA

Plume 'U3-2081 Dorothy Thomas and daughter. Brown. Mrs. Margarette Ann The national observance of ment, for shifting part or all vation I practice has been ad- helpel.:) to Improve scenic

Pant of Orangeburg S. Peeler !is spending:: this week Soil Stewardship Week pointsup of the normal feed grain ded tu the county agricul- beauty but this Is the first

AuA1AUAAUeuAAAAAu C and .n Wednesday Mrs. with the Browns. I the importance of taking acreage to conservationuses.\ tural Conservation Program time a practice has been I

Church SchedulesKlntiley Victor Appleby of Jackson- Jamej M. Blackshear has I measures to protect the c:>un- PartiiMnatfng\ farmers are; also Leaton Morgan Jr.. chairmanof available with specific beau- -

Lake Baptist villa Beach and Miss:; Beverly returned home after spend- ty's natuial resources and to eligible: for price supporton the ASC County Committee. tlflcatloti benefits. Showtime-Weekdays 7

Church Sunday School 9:45 Appleb.v of Nashville Tenn. ing a month in Ft. Lee. Va I restore those that have been production on the planted a0! this week. Under FBI mers and ranchers Sunday 3:00: ( Saturday 1

m. :Morning Worship, :11a. were dinner guests. Saturday where r.e completed a course dissipated! through careless- acreage If minimum requirements the ACP. farmers and the with l land: adjacent to public

a.. m.: Training Union 6:45: guests were Mr. and Mrs in Disposal Management. ness and poor management.The are met. Government share the cost roads can file applications, EVERY FRIDAY
Marvin Warren and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Rene Garcia Agricultural Stabilization The acreage allotment and of carrying:! out needed conservation for cost-sharing for carryingout I
p in.. Evening Worship 8 Lynne of Jacksonville: and Mr*. Vivian Morgan and and Conservation Serv- marketing quota program applies measures on the na- the practice at the ASCS ROYAL CROWN
Midweek Serv-
p. m.; : Prayer 7:30 E. M. Norton spent from son lelt Thursday for Key ice I IASCSI I plays an active to flue-cured tobacco i'l tion's farm and ranchland. county office. The ASC FUN TIME
ice Wednesday. : p. m. :
Choir Practice 8:30: p. m. Tuesday to Saturday In I i West and returned Monday. and important part In help- the county: and the wool incentive The new beautification prac- County committee will con :
Bradford County Hospital. hot been added! to the alder requests and issue approvals
Rev Jim Rlgdon Supply I They visited" Processo Qarclo ing fa'-mgrs and ranchers re- payment program tice : Friday-9:30 A.M.
Mrs.. Jewell Faulk: of Jacksonville who is seriously ill store and maintain their land provides payments to eligible program which already contains ; in the same manneras
"Come, let us worshiptogether Admission
pattor' spent the weekend Penny Padgett spent last and water resources In good producers at a percentagerate approved practices for for other practices under 6 ItC Caps

:JSeuhth Baptist Church with Mi and Mrs. Maxie week in Mlddleburg as guestor conservation use. necessary to brim the soil water and wildlife con- the ACP The Florida Forest SEE
Carter Sr. Mr. and Mrs W. H. Star- Bradford County the farm- average price recet.ed by servation. Service has been assigned ', .
School, 10
Sunday a
; Mr. and Mrs. John Wesley said the new prac- technical responsibility for "Hey There It's
11 ling anj attended Bible er-elected ASC County Com- growers up to the announced Morgan j ,
Morning Worship a. mTraird'ii ; ,'
Dixon end children of Jack- Scho..l. mittee has the responsibilityfor price support level. tices will be applicable to the new practice and will Yogi Bear"
Union 6:30: p. m.; aonvl'.lc:: visited Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Fuguay spent last pJn.mistering ASCS programs The cropland adjustment farm and ranchland along help plan and surpervl.se the ,
Worship 7:30 Y .5. .1 :
venlns m.
p. ;
Frank Cooper over the week- week: as guest of Buddy Pagein Committee members program is a long-term diversion public loads which needs to installation of each Also -
Midweek Prayer Service.Wedill'sday. .
end. Lawtey. Leaton Morgan Jr chair- program offering be established In protective approved by the ASC county
R. L. p. m. Sunday guests of Mr. and Thorese Willis of Middle- man; Clay Cone vice chair farmers to divert their lanefrom vegatlve cover of trees and comm'ctee.

one Welcome.Taggart, pastor. Every- Mrs. Gerald Crawford and burg spent the weekend with man: and Roy demons, the production of surplus shrubs to protect the land The county committee

PERSONALSMrs. sons were Mr. and Mrs. Har Penny Padgett. member. County Agent' O. T crops to conservationuses. from erosion and to screen chairman urges all farmers SATURDAYJuly

Us Ellington! and family of Mrs. James Bain Jr. attended HuKiirs is an ----x-offlei All of these programs unsllghtly areas and Improve and ranchers\ Interested inl I 301 I 17, 18
Mary Barry and children !- Lake Butler and Mr and church Sunday morn- member. and Mrs. Jun are In effect In Bradford scenic beauty. Many of the carrying' out the beautlfica- Double Feature Program

of Orange Park: were Mrs. Dewitt Crews, and children Ing with her family Mr. and I Chapman county office manager County. regular conservation prac- tlon practice or any of the i

I of Ralford. Mrs. W. H. Glover in Green Is in charge of day-to- othpr approved ACP conser- DRIVEINOPEN Even tie FUN
Mr. and Mrs. Richard; Cove Springs and they all attended day :operation of the office vation measures to is

Macheda were Tuesday sup- the Wainwright reunion which Is located In the Agricultural -I Farmers In Feed Grain Program the ASCS county contact/ 7:00: I F-F-ER/GHTBNlNG

per guests of the E. M. Nor- held at Gold head Building north of the Of Conserving-Use Rule cated;! In the / SHOW TIME 7:15: /

tons. Branch State Park Sunday courthouse Reminded Buildln! at 136 North ADMISSIONAdults

Saturday guests of Mr. afte'noon. Cost-sharing assistance IF ple Avenue in Starke. He 75c Students 60c
and Mrs. Maxie Carter Sr. offered to farmers and ranchers Farmer! who have signed up acres divert 20 per cent of emphasized: that funds for 66 3Q +
Mr. and Mrs. Phil Black-
Children Under
were Courtnay Hohman and burn of Jacksonville were firough: the Agricultura' to take part In the 1966 feed I the farm base without pay cost-sharing: under the pro- 12 Free

: Ralph Miller of Athens. Oa.. Sunday guests of Mr. and Conservation Program TACP1 (train diversion program are ment under program agree- gram are limited but that THURS., FRI., SAT.
Miss Martell Johns of Pa- cautioned not to forget about ments. every request will be carefully
and is used to carry! out -
Mrs. Brown
George W. June 16 17 18
latka: and Miss Linda Oilggs. needed soil water. woodland. the conserving-acreage requirements Acreage diverted under the I considered' Approvals will I
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Mrs Amy McClain and son and wildlife conservation" of this program. programs/ may not be grazed be Iss-icd: within the funds Dobule Feature Program I

,, Mott and::! daughter Sherra cf Leesburg are spending a practices In Bradford County MM. June Chapman coun- between April 14 and October available where needed best I
Charley I Lane returned home after few days with the R. L. some 140 farmers carried ty offb manager. Agricultural 15. No crop may be har- I to serve the public Interest, ) JAMES STEWARTTHE 4 Yy I I

being stationed in Memphis\ Smiths. out conservation practices Stabilization and Conservation vested from the acreage In STAR OF "SHENANDOAH" I

E. Tenn for three months. Mis: Sadie Elder had as with ACP assistance in 1965 : Service explains;; the current year and It must ',' I IN THE ADVENTURE THATMATCHES I .
Mrs. J. M. had Sunday supper guests Foster be maintained in an approved IS In 1. fOS H/D Sei 28-T ..
Bradley as
These practices Included, that n farmer, participating 8-S nn.. t > I Ior' ip
Johns Sunday dinner guests. Jim- Lott and son Paul of Hamp conservation use. 0cTu"TheG1fOTahd
establishment of :permanen* In the diversion program a- :Name In whlfh assessed Joe I THE MIGHTOF
my Bradley and three ton. vegetative cover for soil pro- grees to devote an amount of Failure to meet the conser- Coeman.! I" ,
All of said
halnir In
daughters of Jacksonville Suncay guests of MV and to conserving uses ving-us other provision property -a,
tection or land-use adjust- acreage or any the ronniy of UriulforJ, stateof TEXASI!
and J. L. Bradley. ,I Mrs. Edward Wainwright I ment: treatment of furmlan ,. which Is equal to the farm's of the program could Florl'la,

I Little Irene Walnwrlght were Mr. and Mrs. Donnie bv liming, materials for sol' normal bAse acreage!: In such mean loss of all or a sub- t'nlfHn such certificate or ,

about this question : spent some time in St Vin- I Knight and three children Improvement and protec- uses In< addition to the acre- stantial part of the program arcorillnir rertltlPlltfcC to shall'law. li the" redeemed propertydeHrrlli" .' : I 4 MR.CHICKEN"

cent's Hospital Jacksonville and: Cathy and ',!;Tommy] tion: establishment of R age signed,up for diversion payments for that crop-price '! In aiirh certificate. or

"New package policies are alter undergoing surgery the Knight all of JackWy'lllei, stand of trees on farmland; under ttch; 1966 program. support loans and paymentsand crrtlflcnti bidder will he sold the, to thehighr.t '
at ourt
appearing for offices, retailers first of June. Jack: Wainwright of, Way- Improvement of an established FesxU grain producers who| diversion payments. house tU.nr on the first Monday 1- TECHNICOLOR
and holesalera. Mrs! Sadie' Elder had as cross, Ga. and Mr. and Mrs. vecetatlve cover for soil 01'I have taeof more than 25 In month of July 1966 A UNIVERSAl PICTURE
A. J. Green and daughter of which In the 6th flay of July b
guests for the weekend::!, watershed! protection: installIng -
They combine theft, public Gainesville. I 4r_I. \'._ ,. .. 1966.r'.LI.. Plus -
Dana Scott and Todd Elderof ,pipelines! for livestock ilulmant I and mum ho sworn .."it thin 31 at day of May JAMES \MAUREEN
liability, and a great number the State Farm. Miss! Sally Starling orMldrJleblll'g I water as n means of protecting w. C T. U. to !I/ the ,rlnlmimt, bin. agent URO.lq.T..
of optional coverages is this or hiM nttornry. or It will .lip-. ( I .) STEWARTOHARA
spending ,
Saturday guests of Mr established vegetativecover .
com void' areordln f to law ChiirloB A. Dnrhv,
with broad fire coverageat and Mrs. John B. Dye week with her sister Mrs : improvement of a "WILD OATS AND OLD June 7th. !1'iiiitcr.AKA! Clerk of Circuit Court of M.G'Mpresents
- a 10 per cent to 20 were Miss Enza Blanchard Jerry Padgett and family. stand of forest trees on farm- RYE 'mow IN THE SAME r>Ai-n, LIruUfiiril County, Florida

per cent premium saving. of Lawtey and Miss Arthur- Mrs E. M. Norton attended land, constructing permanent FIELD." of AdnilnlHtratrlx Arthur, I Dale !trreeased.of the. !estate' 6/2 41 6.23 THE RAREBREED I

Does the Charley E. Johns the Blanchard of Jackson- a bridal shower for heidaughter open drainage systems todispose -National[ Voice] First publlf..fition on June I''. 'SO'IHK: 01lTi.:>'IIOTO
last of water 111 KB. IIKI.IsrKK: : t'"I'I'I')1" tMKI I .
Agency invite business ville. Sylvia Thurs- I excess : consrmctlni
6/0 41 I 6rO:!<> Notice I. hereby given that
day tvning at the Jackson- pits or ponds for Irfiratton Recent Birth I THESEGREl
firms to consult about Donna Page of Lawtey is the iinderitlHrned, under the
these> new package policies spending: a few weeks as ville Heights! Baptist Church water: and estab- Vwtloe At ApiilliMitlim For TnPeril provttlonM of Chapter, 20.1>!t3
'I'hlnn temporary vegetative and Mrs. Billy Woodarcl Lawn of Fiori...... ActB of 1911
guest ol and Sunday guests of Mr. an 1
? Fuquay "..... Illl.lit.. .'. B. register with the. Clerk .,if
-OVPI for protection from er Rocks
eAch an
family Mrs. Maxle Carter Sr were chui Sot h'e la ht-reliv ..Iv..". that "' Court: In and, fin i I
Charley E. Johns Mr. and Mrs. Cecil White- Mr and Mrs. C. B. Starling osion. o the birth of their first Mary Cnlrman the holder of ; "" lottntv. Florida, upi>n Plus -
and Among other administered a !girl Vera Deneane on thi tt.liitwlntc, certlfU'Htfa ha. of 1 puhllctttlon I of thlB ,
Mr. Mrs. Jimmy MooreMls.es prpgratti, I I
head and daughters. Judy } .,.. notice the .,tf
through ASCS is June' 2. frs. WriBrtartl\ the rll. '-.lIkl c'frlltiiti' for a tax fictitious name TECHNISCOPE'EASTIVIANCSlog
Agency and Patti Brenda and Connie CH:
attended the Golden lead 'in K Issued th..r..nn. Tn
Wtdding: Anniversary of Hawkins. Mrs. Clinton Buff the feed grain program. former Miss Hilda Crews of I cfrtlfloftto. numbers and ynnrmnt HNSM.ES.. P. h. Box 12 LANA TURNER '-
131 S. Walnut St. Mi- and Mrs. Sam and Mrs. Lucille Stroughton. which is a voluntary adjustment Lawtey. iHvuiine, the ilciwrlptlnn. .'f ....y stone HelKhtB Fla.Itoy SUN., 1HON., TUES.
I Olllesple I the properly' and the numiil In .1. A lama' P. 0.) Box 12 "II
PHONE 964-0201 in Fort Meade Sunday after all of Jacksonville. program throuptn which II which I It was .aHBoaxeil are aafollovvH Keyxlune. HelwhtB, Fla, Bolt I June 19, 20, 21 I IL
farmers earn diversion pay- I : |>U'nel1'nf'd,'.
. .J I, I Cert''fl"te, No 97 Your of this. list day of May, I I ,. J
THE RIGHT POINT for the I II ymi.in 1961n.w'rlntIon .\ BradfordCounty THE BIGGEST
i...t Property, No Florida.
iSTARIIS way you write. Come!! lrt>ndjnelert |I II 3128 I'..', .f l.otM 1 & 2 'Or HI.K/ B''t 4t AJ2A I UNDERSEA
B Special' I your favorite EHTUt! : I TECHNICOLOR"IW\ "I(, ter. ADVENTURE

and I BROOK fountain pen....TKLEIN ROSS HUNTER pnfediM

KEIR DULlEA amts* '

A Ross Sister. Otet.Univeiul, Picture i\ .
'I UK ('< !'\TY .11"'.':''M
i ('Oll('r IV .till FOIl Illl A I)- AT t .
r e '. rATH' s I 'I POKI 4 1)1 VPV, KI.OHIU. Sun., Mon., Tues., Wed.,
( !: Ill r. mutts: of rM RoUNO
.r"1' Ai' Ihui..,. liuli.. IieieanedNOIIIM FIRST FEDERALBe June 1 19!), 20, 21, 22 :' ",
.1t .f : 'f, V ) '0 c".Utt"I'OII'l Double Feature Program] 'NAN ='PROOUCrot 'NORLD
'L t 't All n-clll.r, "if tinxBtati, ol
Arthur I>ule. de<.eaHHil. ,ore h"r.-. i 1JI
\ v l>\ null full and reiiiilred I to file Sure To Have Your MoneyIn I
-tf *: :i Tf*;, Save 1O To '30 On Tour Choice any; "1.10. in di>nuindHhl, U.OYD BRIDGES :
| they hn\p aKHlnBt Male]
i > niav
'j All-over NO FUSS I'HliitiIn' the offlic of the loun- By The 20th! Sj7 I
< Soft Plastic .
.,5 i Expanded ty JuilKi' of itradford County DAVID McCAliUMmm
..;j ,) r Pillow NO BOTHER Flnrh'ii'', In the I Back WYNN MARSHALL THOMPSON()
NO: RED TAPE Slui.. I kt,. 1 riorldii., within Mix <>alndai .
t- : { No ,* ,. onthH from the date of GARY Mill
: 'III' Sag Spring Seats npuuvtswiunwxaaiPSg
.., .... ...*.- WE FINANCE OUR the flrHt l"bl""lIun, of (thfBnoti
.i I j -+;;::; OWN ACCOUNTS: 1'1'1.: realm., or demand I ..@..
ktty{. $ ., t. 'r\ ( ) niilHt,. tie In wrltlnir and niUMt I I.
Mtati* tin pluift or residence and
: 1H" .pp., .n fell "lniHt. ..irricr add. r"NW ,"t. the Wed., Thurs., Fri., Sat.
< t ..... Pillow .. $4995
.. iprlng
.. I 1V threaded.t. June 22, 23, 21, 25
1 I ; foam ack. 0 Double Feature Program
I" $1 IS A WMk Hundreds of Real LOANS
., ..t

Il Bargains On Our r

., K" 1 to... I;.. ... .' Color.. Gold Brown: .. B Black.!g. Second Floor. ANY I LLHomeowners MARTY WEBB BOBBINS PIERCE ELVISia'



SPECIAL Our Buyer S..rch.d the Mark.t forTh wltla .

.i. Sensational Chair Values Say.S 5000.00 EEI uOBDf

PURCHASE $ to $10 on Your Choic..t l 1st and 2nd MORTGAGES J

PLATFORM ROCKER J4 Anywhere in Florida ""
scoop CHAIftCOLORS Balance' Your B'JdlI'tI '
MODERN SCOOP CHAIR I r nwIUlate. Your Bill* A

r., SMART SPOT CHAIR /, Avocoa I have One Payment Only ColoramaCountry EMS
y Bla e OaMlv

;:: Your Choice 'e .ryPornnnnon Borrow I Pay Low As POlkgf1M! Musical MINNIE PE RL won nerI l

$1,000 I I_$22.69 fAr

-: $2,000: -I $;7.80 BlrpnCAA N.coalr.
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$ $3,000 .
| .

1 $19.95.OCkEI $1.000 |$90.30 f- NEST(4MITN80SCAR

r $:.1000 '-'- $117.08 RDANAIAES TUBE CNETAiIK NS

Payment' Include Credit Life RENNYMAATIN1e'OR10 CAATFQ.pRA FAME

and inability Insurance ,
COLOSSI Dto 1 tII.ck I Mortgage Loan Dept. qOAAOJM -
& a Whit 5.14 t'b r rt MURSON-/1NC. **** ****

Brawn Cognac B Tan room $1.00 Down Delivers .. <<. ; : 50 Cory AvenueSt. Plus *n, EDWARD SMALL Product\

Rod & Rd e I.-. "AI i Peternhury Reach, Florida IECMAttaor'1 UNITED
Two" 4 Two., Call Collect, Day or Night ARTISTS

St. Petersburg "blue denim" Plus -
aA Ask for Mr. Murasso

and Loan
Savings BPA'iOON de Y1U1
; '
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l1\ddleSS -------------J f 218 N. Temple Ave. Phone 964-0500 .c-.....-......-...-. tl loiii. "


4A. TllunSU\Y. .It'NK Ifl, 19R4 ...IDt.\1J1"UnU.l'UVN1Y; 't''LEuRIe'11N'1'.UUt1PLUIHU.1; "MH'') MWVMN-!

- DeLand Wins 5-2 Head Start r .


Classes Will I II :

I One Hitter Stops Legion OpenerTwo I

- _
Open Monday
Deland hurlers com- __

7 1t bined to toss a one-hitter at S
1 Starke's Post 56 American Head Start classed will be- _

- Leglor. baseball team in the gin at .0 am. Monday.' June _

season s opener for a 5-2 victory 20. In the Starke Elementary: .r __
here Wednesday night. | School.
I !
Wayne McLeod's double In H. P. Morgan project dd-

the sixth Inning was Starke's rector announces that there -

only hit. It drove in catcher I is still room for a few more

Dwight Elder who was on children from low-income _

base on an error. Starke's families !and who were bornIn

first run came in the first the year 1960.PMpUa .
inning when second baseman In and around the

Gary Dement walked, stole following places' will be picked

second!' and came home on .. p 'fl' I up at their home by private ,4 tC

Emmett Akrldge's sacrificefly. .. cars: Law toy, Hampton. t 4. {( Y
'L S ki ,,9roolf r, New River, Lincoln,
s I'
stone (Speedville), S ,
Dan Orlffls.! making the C
.; first start of his career. n iM, pupils'' living in the Rjre:| a. t r .i, ,ItVk ?'
hurled no-hit ball for four I'f (Reno) area will be picked upi
Innln but ro 4 .at RJE. School at 8:40: by a
} gave up three
runs because of wildness.;! 1's; : school bU9.Unless IF' 4
1 &4 parents of other pu- '
serving! up a pair of wild (
pils are contacted, the parent. )
n pitches and several walks.
City (Thurston), and Key- I
Charles Howell relieved _
are responsible for getting: pu-
and gav up two more runs pils, tQ class on the first day :
in the fifth on a walk and __
back-to-back singles. The 19(16( American Legion Pout SB\ baseball. team la: First row ((1-r) Dwight All pupils wyi receive phy-
3 sical examinations and treat- _
Starke will meet Gainesville Killer, Gary Dement. Emmett Akridge, Charted. Howell, and Randy Wimpy! second ment, dental check-up and

here at 7:30: p. m, next row: Handy Junes, Sandy Sandernon Bryan Erwin: Scotty Rhodrn, and Dan Griffin; needed care, all Immunizations, Singing In The "Rain"

Thursday June 23. when third ....wl; Paul McLeod. Jackie" Bennett. Dale ('rOMbyleLoond: and Jeffry Jack hookworm, check-ups visual
when Emmett will
son. screening (eyes), and auditory
start. One way to beat the heat In ileninnttrutnl by these. happy" )youngster, from Mama:
screening (ears). All of these
I'rtesf Klnd..rlt..tt"l.'Ih. thermometer. reu4lliir| hitting 90 for the first time thN.

summer the small. fry had a grand> . In the spray l from a fire h.._:with
) Civitans Plan it member of the volunteer fire department doing the honorn.


11 Area Meeting Dt services are free to children I feet from, the road.
PLEASE! Council Pick-Up Truck i
from low-Income families. Pa- Damage to both sides of

Rev W A. Hogan outlined rents in high-income families I the truck was estimated at
Rolls With 7 11 7 7A
In spite of repeated notices that we can- plans for the Area I Clvltan will pay for any medical costs. Functions Told I $400.

not publish such material The Telegraph meeting to be held here July, 7 Children will not b10 required 11''

continues to receive requests for advertis- 13 at the club regular Tues- to present a birth certificate To Rotary Club : plrk-up; truck hauling County Rainfall
day morning breakfast meet at the time of enrollment passengers turned over Fil-
ing: the sale of chances on various objectsby
ing. but parents ,should obtain day 4 miles east of Hampton Hits 3.43 Inches
q clubs, organizations, and individuals. Functions ')f the Bradford ,
Clvitana will gather here them as soon as possible as County Public: Health Nursing on SR-18. but no one

In the eyes of the Post Office department, from Jacksonville Tallahassee, they are necessary when the Advisory\ Council were was seriously Injured, according Average rainfall over the
Daytona Beach Orlando, Ocala child enters public school i to FlIP Trooper J.I'I county during Hurricane Al-
such sale of tickets constitutes a lottery :explained at the Rotary Club
a and other cities in this The Head Start program. I K. Wiicle.SUInrv. \ ma's selge last week was 3.43
and such, cannot be sent through the U. Wednesday by Mrs Arlln
I area. In all, some 150 Clvl- will provide lunches for all Armster. 1,3-year- inches according to the Florida
S. mails. Calling the sale a "donation" does tans are expected to attend. pupils at no cost to parents.. I McKnlght. public health old Negro and driver of the Forest Service's report.
I nurse, and Mrs. L N. Pickering Heaviest rainfall measuredwas
not change the meaning in the of Postal -
eyes Installation of new offil'ersl 1982 Ford truck was charRed \
member of the Coun-
a 3.9 Inches at the Louis)
a authorities. for the local club will ,be held I with failure to haw his vehicle I
cil. Hill Tower at Lawtey. The
Tuesday June 28, at the reg- Book Sale Nets under control Armster
We are that we cannot comply with The talk was Illustrated by I Santa Fe Tower 3.3 inches
sorry ular breakfast in the I
meeting Silcox Wins Jaycee Tourney and two passengers had
I slides and explained theCounl'1's I and New River 3,1,
requests!! to print notices of such sale of Garden Restaurant. Jim Temple $80 For FriendsMrs. minor bruises and abrasions One forest fire
was reported
of expanding -
tickets and subsequent "drawings. If was re-elected presidentfor I
we I but were not treated. I
with 18 acres burned. There
do however we run the risk of having that the new year and other I David Silcox shot a 79 over Nate Dyal. chairmanof services public In Bradford health nursing Countyto The truck was travelingeast have been 67 fires since Janu-
officers are Charles Francis 18 .holes of the the Friends of the Library I
the final
issue of The barred the
Telegraph from the include home nursing care. on SR-18 as passerines ary 1 this year compared to
vice presldnt; J. E. Tomllnson Starke announced today that the an- ::
mails. final 18 holes of the and driver were 2"i' over the same period in
secretary and Oscar Davis Jaycee Junior Golf Tourna- \1 I nual ''book sale netted $80. One of the most popular "horse playing" slapping at 1065. Acres burned since Jan.

Pr PrIR We would appreciate it if all clubs, other treasurer. ment played at the Starke Mrs. Dyal and Mrs. McMaln- services, Mrs. McKnight said, each other with sweat shirts 1 this year total 411.9 com-

organizations, and individuals would under- Local Civitans are proud Golf and Country Club over ea, book sale chairman, wish is the Loan Closet which and rain coats Trooper pared to Just 69.,8 over the

stand out position in this matter and would that the new LieutenantGovernor the weekend. to( express their thanks to everyone provides hospital beds wheel Wad'! reported Armster lost t name period last year, the
( for Area I Is the StarkeClub's John Adams placed second contributing in any chafe, crutches and many control ot the truck and ran I Forest Service statistics say
) cease to submit such items for publication. own Bob Turner, who and Wayne McLeod third. way to the sale. A meeting other sickroom needs at no I it off the side of the pave-

- will replace Bob Hancock of Young Silcox: as the local of the Friends of the Library charge to the public. ment onto the shoulder

BRADFORD COUNTY Gainesville In this position. Jaycee champion, will com- will be announced for the near The speakers were Introduced where it rolled a threequarters A Classified! Ad In the TELE-
future, said.
Mrs. Dyal
June 20-23 at Ocala in.
Plans are under way to use pete by Jack Trawlck. turn. The vehicle came > .
the State Jaycee, Junior Golf <;ilC.\1 II brings results
TELEGRAPH the Country Club facilities county sanitarian. to rest on I Its left side 18
during the July 16 meeting. Tournament
Silcox participated Mondayand
Tuesday, in the Greater
Junior Golf Tournament win-

ning his flight for which he

I II IJ received a trophy.
At Sllrox Is) shown above as

et'bo' he Is presented the winner's
'Portable orin electric trophy by Jaycee President

Randy Johns. Adams Is at the

one;,with a Snout Corona left and McLeod at right F.rN1
ti 'WV N k Funds to finance the local

""f the portable thaVsott) > ;the mov+ tlve tourney to the and state the tournamentin representa-1 I

Silcox sinks the final putt
Ocala were H. It. Adams,
I m the ninth hole Sunday to "
p qy Terwilleftar Motors Hulick' l
a q take the Jayree Junior Golf
I II Chevrolet, Denmark Furniture,1 Tournament.
J Slade Gas,

1I I II D M and Hardy Auto Sales.
I -
I II Il panles Kelly said. The $586-
r CheerleadersAttend 632 roll is virtually 100 per
l cent collected except for the

ClinicThe $644,000 the timber companiesare
contesting in a court bat

I f Bradford High School I tie

1 / Varsity cheerleaders attendedthe I

Cheerleader Clinic in Gain JD Committee

esville last weekend. I
Among the 32 schools at-
Plans Report
n tending from Florida nine

won top superior ratings, with
the BUS varsity cheerleaders Final plans to be presentedto

among the super nine. This the County Commission
a 4yt ; was Bradford High's first su- at its July or August meet-

< m perior rating at the clinic. Ing were made. by the Board'
6 Those on the squad are; Ja- Juvenile Delinquent Fact
ache Pollard, captain; Sharon Finding Committee. We Are Pleased To AnnounceTHAT

Noegel co-captain; Beth Soog-: Chairman Jim Temple said'"

glns Melanie Bradley, Della he still has to draft the com-

Ij( Wilson, Barbara McRae, Kay mittee's recommendation Into -

4 4' Coron. Colnon, and Jackie Smith. Mrs. a form to be presented to
3 4.. R. M. McRae and Mrs J. T. the Comijilssjon.l The recom-
Pollard chaperoned the. girls mendations, are:

PARENTS' F ., by SMITH-CORONA f= at the clinic. A counselling! and probation RATE ON SAVINGS AC-
The B squad who also at-
: = c > The Coronet gives you ad the speed, ease and tended the clinic and won an I I service for juveniles

1 1E 1I e tl'' electric typing..at only a little more than tie cost tt excellent rating. Members of who the attention have been of the brought courts or to COUNTS WILL BE FOUR PER CENT

I I ordinary( portable. *. fri the squad are Sharon Riwe, who are likely to be brought PER ANNUM. THIS IS THE HIGH-

captain; Cindy Sink, co-cap- before the court.
tain; Sally Moore Cindy A program to discourage EST RATE ANY COMMERCIALBANK
Strickland Linda Soog-glns..
'1 FULL 88 CHARACTER KEYBOARD the tuna and Polly l. Wade. They were ( teen-age drinking CAN PAY ON PASS-BOOK
office electrics tabu A total county-wide recreation -
as oa plus full-length, op-Croat chaperoned for the weekendby
.. lation. Set, clear, tabulate from the keyboard. Mrs F.' W. Strickland. program. SAVINGS ACCOUNTS.
I A juvenile shelter to house

I i, at your fingertip command:spaces,dots,daabes,*X' and Tax CertificatesSold youthful offenders when the
Is crowded.
underlines. Type faster e Jail
I LEARN TO TOUCH-TVPP Appoint a standing juvenile -
I IN ONLY TEN DAYS! PERSONAL TOUCH SELECTOR set the touch At AuctionTax committee perhaps statewide -

Get 5 LP records and instruc- that Phases you, and electricity does the work "print certificates on 171 parcels -, to keep .a constant Funds Deposited By July 11 Will Draw Interest From July 1st
I don pages in a handsome ease perfect" every of land advertised as delinquent ; watch on any situation
for only J3.95 when you pur- ALL THIS AND MORE Page Gage' Copy-Set" were sold. at auction' which may develop.

chase this handsome, new Adjustment, Forward-Glide top deck Quick June 1. with 12 certificates I

I Smith-Corona portable! gins, and a deluxe TrimlineTM carrying case reverting to the county, Tax I C1RJ OF THANKSWe
Collector J. R. said. wish to thank our
I KEEP IN It was the first time he friends: and neighbors for

could remember that delin- their kindnesses and love offerings -

I quent tax certificates were not during our bereave- FLORIDABANK

I IJ Only $159.36 all purchased by. Individuals, ment.; May God bless each of
Plus Tax Kelly said you. Mrs Thelma Dixon and
.,.- Total value of the 171 certificates _family.
I was S,29O, and the
county's 12 had a total valueof I
I J stlBRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH $633. In 1963. 193 certificates THE RIGHT POINT for the

II were 801d."We're I' way you write. Come In and Corp.
I pretty well pleased. < select your favorite ESTER.' of 30 Hanks of the Florida National Group Member Federal Deposit Insurance
I '
with the collections this year, BROOK fountain pen. TELE- .
- -
except for the timber com- GKAFIL


.r.r. r.iniiT nn.\l)FOIUJ 4'Ot'N1't'_ TMLFd: :: ti.ll'Ii, .STAKKE, ri.ortm\: TnU1t J\" JUNE IB. M8I

11 to r at the end' of !r. innlnn National' I The schedule, trip( ) Sunday and wclners on the I tWit begun.: ".'',,,,! I and floured. Bike at 350 degrees

I L.nvtcy 1 lending hlltiMMwere t 7 hw.Yd.lthone' '''. I HI. will, |J'i i Holiday and ice cie.im Whoopee I juj. had company, my for 30 minutes This is

RECREATION NEWS I Brown with :3 slmlen., I IH Trlest against So. Discount n, It IP wood to feel an interest I son! wtr! came to see' if I Zoom a cook in a nursing;

Crawford with a double 6 p.m., and, Johns Oilitl. la 1'ving' axa.n need 'd anything and broughtme home in Ponca, Neb.

and n triple and. Wlsu with :2 play Liberty National at 7aO: supply of vitamin pills. HKLPFUL:!: HINTS': : To
\\'om." Softball League' 2nd und :3id 1 to walk away When I was first alone after a
Nancv Flowers its 2nd with tin. K'iKif.' Cookie Mun-' I Hinglux. The. winning pitcherwas p.m.The Don was taken I would try .VIv doctor prescribes them keep your Sunday shoes nice
Wise..lolina' m-hedule for Friday, ) and 1 feel sure they must be when not being worn slip en
lo.i.sex dorf liiid ::1 i hits In 4 attempt) I to eat :and! wouU choke u4and
against no nil tl1l'YI'iltoll ,
.r leading hitters were Juno 17, will match/ Law-lev 8urgess,1otir( the right kind. old sock that Is worn out
||\' defeated Hurst Shell 13 while Corky, Allan JoAnn Brooks. and both with 8yCara : covld: not swallow. ThenI
10 4', Tuesday, June 7. Each Scott und Shirley Moore, etch' I singles. The Chltty against So. Discount> ut 6 pill y would cry out, "Don, O Don, School: is out here and no over the shoe. May also keep

team picked up 11 hits but hail 2, Vul Kdwards, wan the Biooks.Triest. losing pitcher WUH and Triest. will play Wall at where me you?" The teal,* many of the children! have them from mi.dcwing in
Shell committed 13 nelding I winning;\: pitcher 4oodman( I : p.m.On. would come and I had an grown until I do not know rainy weather.
errors, to account for ninny of Gulf managed only :5 hits, 21 Tuesday Juno 31, Johns Wb.ei.in\ I revel In my around! through the countryside i ache In my throat and chest netn But they know me and Most people here' in Indi-
the flower tennis runs. The of theno were doubles by slipped'' by SouthernDiscount :; Oil will meet So. Discount., .it l : freedom trom work these as If it might at on Time iias eased the hurt and will call "Hello Mrs. Mohr," ana were all excited over the

1 Joyce Barton and KmogpneHi.Van. : I TricHfs byI/ score hitters of H toI.1. C p.m. and Liberty National I loan stammer: days. I wall!: time have been 1cow pathIt I plan my meals and try not which always makes me hap- recent auto races. Had a big

fairlyvUt, '. I| Warni) Williams was with leading 2 singles, Hi/on wereF.llund will go against Trle.it at 7:30: down the road singing a is railed the Sulphur to eat too much. I enjoy thi py. I would rather have the parade find a high time. I

innings, but In the bottom of the losing pitcher., I I with 2, .and (I. ll.tdduck. with p.m. I Song Springs!: Road and Is fun tc :dally paper, even if it is ful 'hlldicn, love mp enough tJ prefer to let the younger people
the 44th Na l'Y's picked up I 5 Schedule for Tuesday, June : 3. The winning pitcher I ;Men's Softball league I Now in the long bright' : days walk as the traffic is not si of war and many things suJ;) rail out hello than to be BO. I am content in my
21 Hiu-dy( / Field) : Nancy's was The :Men's Softball League: when summer spinsA dangerous' as a state highway little
"INK runs to clinch the game. :Haddock. I We still have the greatest na greeted by some noted person. cottage a lettrrd
\.J, l Mitchell paced the win- Flowers vs Holiday, Inn 7:30: I Southern Discount's, leading | will resume action at ]Hardy I nol-en:: thread of woof of tlon in tl.e world I had tt CHOCOLATE CAKE school teacher and mOrtician

I in,.. a, both defensively and off p.m. Goodman Gulf vs Hurst hitters were ;MrGovorn, with a FI..IIlonIII.V, ; night June 20'1 Autumn's Roan I am writing this befor travel around::! the world tc Brown Stone Front 1 : I cup I find fun In retirement. I

l< nslvelv,, getting 3 hits in 4 Shell 9 p.m. single and, a triple and :McGee as the 2nd half schedule will I watch with wariness stray the Memorial Day holiday 1 realize that people in other our cream, 1 cup sugar 2 I worked hard for many years

tiipa" to the plate Shirley Ito. "tum Itnsebnll I.Pagoe with /a single and, a homer begin.\ Waldo will replace the I leaves! drift down am not going anywhere, as I ountiKs, all want to come t< eggs beaten 2 tab'espoon' and have. I feel, earned this

Johns and Sandra Norman H. C. Wall came out on top The losing pitcher was Mo- Hampton team In the leagueSchedule ) For subtle Is the way change do not care to get out on tht the United States!. I am s cocoa dissolved! in onehalfup leisure, and am gay and

helped with 2 hit.* each, and by n 10 to 9 score over Liberty Govern. f.u'londHY;\ June besiiis; | ;highways. I am still so afraidof glad I went when I did fo hot water, and add one thankful' for my income ofpensions
Norman was the winning pit- National on June 7. Wall Last week. compli'ti-cl! the I 20: 7:30: p.m.Waldo vs Law-| Today the tree Is green, to-I automobiles and wrecks. I now it is not surh a goof 'evel teaspoon soda. Stir. Add "

cher For the loners Hazel tralliNl all through the /game first" half of the .schedule, with |, toy; 9 p.m Pine Level vs morrow brims. I am too far from Dan's giavc time to travel with\ so mud! ne aiv: one-fourth cups and social security.Whooped .

Griffin and Judy BroiiRhton \ until the 6th inning and got 8 Lawtey as the champion \| Kla Schedule Peat Control. A yellow leaf and In the and my parents to decoratr unrest In the world. I was li 'lour and::! 1 teaspoon vanilla t

went 3 fort, and Lenette 1 big runs to win. Wall's leading Standings of the first half: 23 7:30 for Thursday.June branches rest them so I will just hang out Saigon just as the war wa lake in !O'a)' x 9'a inch pan 004 bless you, everyone.

Grlffls was tabbed an oblong pain well !greased jI j LOVE LURA
pitcher. with a double .and a Mingle a I>-t record H. C. Wall and I icbln's nest I plan to have fried chicken I
\ rant: 9pm.Lawtey Vs Pine |
Bergstrom a singly a harbored' yesterday'sfledullny's
Trlest Construction tied, for That
Level. I
and Kent Graudon --
Holiday Inn handed Goodman 2nd place with 4.2 records So wlna.s/! j,
\ !Small Fry UII..h,1I
Gulf its first loss and pickedup with 3 singles. The winning Discount was 4th with a 3-3 The pendlum of time swings i
was D. Cowen. All boys, 7, 8 and 9 I
,, pitcher ages \ i
its first win by wallopingthe. while Liberty National and wide and slow
National's ] should register NOW If '
pull: team 143. Holiday Liberty leading Johns Oil Co tied for I>thl, they And no thought for the pnlp-
hitters were Rowe with 2 I are Interested in playing In ,
scored their 14 runs by knock- place with 1.5 records.. 1 1I win.el buttprflv
singles Bennett a double and I I I the baseball program for the
ing out J3 hits and were helped Preva.tt with 2 singles. The The 2nd half got underway !! above mentioned age group (:i And far"ln flower: the dry
by numerous" Goodman miscues Tuesday June 14, with Law- II| Register leaf fallen low.
losing pitcher was Bennett. at the Recreation ,
The winners scored 3 tey meeting Johns Oil and Center ] Now !tin the long, brluht days

runs in the 1st, and 4 In the Wall going against Liberty I I j my he:cat would hold
I Lawtey walloped Johns' Oil (Irln !Soft hull) League|; 1
One 'eined green leaf against
A Gals Softball league/ willbe I imj-rncllnB cold

There's No Gift For Father's Like A Department formed' by for the girl Recreation of all'' -.Marv B.irron' BmbakerTh"

Day ages. If you want "to learnto days arc lon taut tim'

play" pleiiie. register at theR"C'I't'I1t1on for me passes so ,swiftly I
I' love these/ days of early June
Watch. And There's No Watch Like BulovaO Senior lioyt; Softhull I: Here the nights are cool for

Q A dO i D .-: p 0 3iitoiNi All boys ages{ '"! 15 through ,: sleeping but n. yet and,not the trio days hot.bright The
I 18 Y Your
o i who are Interested in formIng Summervilli (lie
I, robinare busy renrlni their Spend \ ) Pcmjllins

.O 1.. register n softball at the Sturke league,/ Recreation please young\ and they hop about on )
r rtfifi
Ada y ? the lawn now having\ ben
o Q C..n te'p hope lit begin
_' Thp early'
I free of the nest.
1'10within the next week.
mornings are made cheerful'
o Siiiiimi-r 1'111\ground. by th! songs of thp ,robins I Cool Arctic
o C The Summer playground lernll In Nebraska how thPlr
's /i program/ uf the Parks and Recreation Font made my heart ,nine

s we4! I Depaitmont officillIyopened nlnnv with the "nil' of the

:oml.iy. June 13 but little WIPII. I had such dirling
boa and gills. grades 1 I
: wrens nit there I had two WESTINGHOUSE
through 6, continue to
/ boxes made and put up here
t register at the! Pratt street
a r 0o but have never .<.p -n or hearda
playground. The will
wrpo I remember then In
run from June 13 through
AF ty"MIA { 0 Indiana! when r'a" a child
August/ 5. Activities have been
I havp always loved them. 15,000 B.T.U.
e planned with You In Mind
siir-h events as overnight 'I"am We )had a little shower

0 pOll ts, miture hikes, pet awhile Otto but the sun Is out

sssl ssoassassss 0 e s'' shows, doll shows, parades, now and a boy next door I.1110wlll1 is $219-95
arttt and crafts, and Instruction ; the lawn Gabby And
Trim and tiny with "Modarn" ttyllnj Youth and beauty Haw drill modal.. 14.lit gold case In air rifle, archery, tennis I went for a little walk, about
gracatul' advanced 17 jewels l Tells, time captured 'In a tin* 30lewste., Watarproof' Floranftna, 'lash, FacatadSallHindinl and many other activities. half a m.lP Monday WP walked -
tylinf 21 ,leweli. and data at a giancaShockrMiiUfit.' 1''c' cryital.' 17lawals.iriockraiiatant. .
Yellow or .,hll., Tallow ,Stlt-windinf _. Whltt. snockranslantAdiuttabla" will be offeied.The playground'' ) S'c' miles and Gabby got
Yellow or wnitt., In yellow'or bracelot..,hll.. WIll be supervised :Monday! awful hot. He would Rive up

through. Friday from, 2 to II 1 1p to lie In thp shade. or a

.m John Williams \Is the I I bunch! of cool grass" T would Slade Gas
Hundreds Of Gifts For Father's Day At playground, director. and will, I Ibe wAit until he was rented and & Appliances

m.Mlstoil. by Butch Redding, j I'I ,'padto nn on then VP walked -

WILLIAMS JEWELRY Margaret Colaon. Donna Trawlck. leistr' ely 'on the high av
and Carolyn, :McKinney This rend I walk! Is a blacktop ST. PHONE 964-7701

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.. .., .... ,. in order
+arvC'7CPY' :w4 r s rt '9 v. r'Y and abiirp \Andrews Heads Robert King High
1 .!f. .e. T" I to meet the threat from

!',: '.,p ,-;r: \y, \ / In our contacts with perhaps growing Republican strength,
New Democrat
I rN ,'j j 100 nuinlclp.il! andcounty ; lit the stateChairman,
(. olfliltls In the a..a."e'd Andrews said,
: The Best. Things' In Life :: say that the vast maJority I County Group that plans would be made by
of them RIP sincere ini I the committee to sponsor a
:> their efforts anj doing the I I Guy Andicws Staike developer fish fry in the early fall and
yt Are Free (It Says Here) 4i P best they can In view of theclicumsturces I was elected chairman that Mayor High would be
of the Bradford\ County Invited to speak on this occasion -
: With the arrival of the first warm sleeved shirt and a thick pair of pants I Demon-lit, Executive Com- .

day Ii tit I bummer, even euuuiial columns: afford some protection from the thorns. In many respects\ the hfi mltti'c: nt an organization In ( ther hu'iness, the
need a change of pace. Nothing, so far, has been found to u. of a public\ official Is Ilk' i iI meeting In I the courthouse chahmcin named a commit
that of a newsman in that H I last. Thin aftemnonOthn tee to Investigate and make
We could write about the war in discourage the mosquitoes, but they I sdiy .
I Rood) one may not win any office elected at appointments to fill vacancies -
Viet Nam the forthcoming Dem- aren't too bad, except in a wetter than \ / I I popularity contests if he I this lime were) Mrs Lucite I on the committee in

ocratic-ltepubllcan battle for the governorship average spring such' as this has been. does hl' Job l'IRhtbut he II. 01'1'1vir[ !' chairman( atH'! 'I I Piec.lncu(; 2 and 7. acid to report -
of Florida or that old Time was when barefoot "ciillud will have the satisfaction of I ,lames<< Temple; serieturytirnsuin : on ii proposed constltu- i
reliable controversy over the new boys" would come around to the backdoor I knowing hp'80 trying! to do the! I''I lion and by-laws

Inpliut'ni! those dies' ,'d In
mercury edginginto the !SO'a for the berries or huckleberries to sell to eag- srrI ,.ittoKted' by new members
: 1Ej elected( In the :May pl'lmal'y.1n" May are:
first time this who would botherto housewives at cents" :
year er twenty a quart. I Ralph TuillnrUon. ofI I I'rl1lllct 1 : James W Lee
read it, anyway? But times have changed, and "The Alxli'in County spenker- and Mary L. LPC
Great Society" and other factors have f/ rte i .nnti-I, of the House of Pfdncr 2: Vacant

"0 what is: so rare as a day in banished those days forever. Now AM R1CM I Rt'pn l scntntlves! wns Intro- PivUurt 3: Loyree (Coco
June?" and what better time to the berry-fancier who gets a yen for f fI heed 'to the group by Hep mHp. aid Doiittlas! P Hardy.
extol the virtues!'! of three seasonal fa- that tantalizing taste must gather I A .i Tnomns Jr and spoke Precinct< 4: Fred Halslop.
I and Joyce B. HutchesonP .
(in\ t'i"' need for intensified
\orites of pre-jet-ajte Bradford Coun- them himself-but they're still worth II SI Dear Gene efloi''" on the part of the : =lIlct 5: Lucile It

tians three luscious gifts of Mother every ounce of discomfort that mightbe I I would like to express my Dome, c,.i tic committees in Green and R A, (Lex)
Nature all of them free for the encountered in the process. opinion. pertaining to the new melt< !i county, prior to the No- Oieen
taking, and all of them sweeter and The true blackberry connoisseur disdains r courthouse(! that Is to be built. vemlvi! General Election Precinct/ : A.. B Whitehead -

tastier than that mythical ambrosia the obvious berries growing I .\ county About built 20 nn years addition ago the to Tin'llnstnn said that Oemo-, | and I.romWhitehead., .

upon which the Gods of ancient Greece along fence rows, which ave usually: I the present couithouse cents 1 must. unite behind, Precinct Precinct 8Euxpne 7: Vacant I .
and Rome were want to feed. small, hard, sunbaked and devoid of \\ Now, my first suggestion Is their rnmlncp for oovernor'i :Matthews and:! Vernle P*,
We refer of course to the blueberry juice. The largest, most luscious\ ones cor to tear down the old county : Odom
the blackberry. and the May haw. jail and that eyesore of a I Precinct 9!) R O Denmark
are found (if you're lucky) growing bO but leave the oH: one intact :
We might even be persuaded to write on low bushes, in the shade of pine ,1 : public rr.t room that is a disgrace for vrll'lolIlueM.; as described\ and MrtV B, Hatcher
about this luscious trio but \. to the community. above pclnct 10: Cleveland
poem trees, some branches even trailing Then
build an addition on
Sullivan and Floy B Sulli-
ho could ever hope to find a suitable along the ground. They are hU'll'e- both the cast and wpst sides Sincerely.H W van
'E Hayes
for May haw? often almost as large as the cultivated 1 of this late addition build 81.Hike, Fla Pl'ld:1rt: II : rail L Brown
Webster defines it as "a hawthorne out to the Mdeunlks. then
varietyjuicy, and with a flavor that and Mary D Brown.
1of the southern United States having defies description.Made contl::U2 building on (thenorth i PiPiln-t, 12: Ruby Johns

'a ,juicy fruit that ripens in May, used into a deep dish: pie blackberry Courthouse Rou/j\/ \ 4 end as far ns will henecrasary I J)pir, Cli'tie" : anti C J) Jack( ) Edwards.
in order to give! ill
for making jelly and But Plei'Q nllow this Precinct 13AOuy: An-
preserves. "roll. me op-
or dumplings!, they are some- the county offices the
| sparethat
how many youngsters today have even thing that can never be matched by 'round and around it goes and where it :Moft/\/\ AiA//l( //+bd heard of it, much less got their feet a frozen foods manufacturer, no matter : :years to come Next ail roll my nppipdatlon; for the ,
Susie H Thomas.
I son
A. .. ., ...... courtesies shown
nand ...,., .... many, med
'wet wading along the banks of old what the label says. But the real "" I VV'V'1'1 condition and soundproofthe Pierl-irt 14-: J Levon Andrew -
New River to the a Either reulU.Duiliu plans to connect SampRnnvRowtll '' '\/ f..Iphtts5lon "htllitl'cI \" I Iv present rouitroom This + Itv inv campaign/ for rerlretlon ,
gather rosy-red
"piece de resistance, the "ne plus ultra" / to the State Senate :;. nnd Shirley Neill An-
? I I : and Crosby! Lnkrq I isle lift/ I lti the/ new conitJt will naturally leave Home ofthe diewPiefliKt'.
pellets of blackberrydom, perhaps is 1
I greatly
thp windy weather with canals and thus c1'\'l'lol\! 1\-1/1\1'\ /)' \ Jin.1 been deadlock- present, offices\ vacant nppiPc-tale von 11A! I,.
Gathering them by the way, i is half the old fashioned bag pudding, in I t rhrjlc'e a Incas .. ha'IuIIIVl'n: \ my ads\ in ;jour James
we hid the Puddle Jump. a blot recreation a I'ea. It I pn \\It', lH| 'if whlchiin bi used: tar the library TI'I1I.'ic. and lea .1. Temple
the fun. Jelly tastes so much betterIf which berries, mixed with batter, are er in the car port and used an ambitious project and 'I'i'. s tibn home time!, And I now county fluent home paper\ piomlnent spots I np- Piocmrt 15IJ W D. An-
you've made the supreme sacrificeof boiled in a twill bag then served pip- our "bIJol" car. We thought it might< be expected) ( it II Is vlp\\\ fllal\ \ the)) prtmary: election demonstration audit: ASC nrrl.ite from the bottom o'mv 4I 1'1"\'>1. end Glenda P Andrew -
fighting/ off mosquitoes, red bugs/ ing hot, with "hard sauce" (blended better t') do that than to let ed with mlHttivlnss! by props tl1,1\ jfi of In
and other insects while picking up butter and sugar). the wind Bet at the V-W and prlv owners In the section IIKvolved rPt I vl4 IJ""t January with nerd office space TOP your paper to continue
it in the of ,hI" )pfoivio! Johns flt ntoah this would add !serving you as you1Senator
deposit up top a In It
haws!'! that have fallen from the tree How many youngsters in Bradford :, rsr SF. \T BELTS:
ree. t I"l It will DP Into several parking spires onCouit
and lie waiting for you on the ground. County have eaten blackberry l At It-list 5.000 livi-s" could! be
ever The Idea asp uncle\ II'I'C.-lll'z( ( see!:' what hap- Sheet., as well as some If vial will please expies
After these easy ones have been pudding with hard sauce? We thoughtso. See vhiie we hive another stand It. Is to control tim ,l n oil Jefferson StinetPeiM my nppirelation to my mall 1 waved. ] annually and Iniurleied'1'p
gathered, then comes the real test of More's the pity. vacancy at the State Faim- water level! of the I hi\'PC lakes r >naIv! I have no ax" lends who supported me sr. body' used-" one-thiM seat "belts.if every-
skill and ingenuity. If you're lucky And the younger generation thinks ers Market. ought on b\ by means! of a dam at the lttii't (t-fimeitlon Rep- to guild but would like to lIeet1e loyally In my campaign Although
you might find a bend in the riverbank it's "really living." the resignation of ,pat Par. outlet of Sampson nn'I st\t 1 IAaajlgtiv\ \ \ ? Arch Thomas re- \ courthouse lemaln where we lost by only a few O"I\'ISO AT MC.IIT
tl.sh as mana er. Sllnce we've reduce the variAtion In hlgl\ /"Il\ \\tI last .felt that it I iflnc votes we carried on a clean
where the fruit has fallen into / It Is A drIver at nl ht eon see
been here there've been a lot and low levels broil" ht, on by rI1A,111 +'eastlaly tllffltw lace and. have no regrets.
the water and washed together readyto Last but least If you the Utl/'Mis: of only as far as thp dlstan-e'
not there's the blueberry
of men there as managers- pel'olds of !fined1!! rains oy\ fAJ1\+ \ 1 et many< persons( to with Until November. I will b''
be scooped up, handfuls at a timeso or old-fashioned huckleberry Cionkhitc, Wainwright, Judd drought<. But some Crosby e\\ b\JI\ I\C\ "UkI'. He nre,.. Bradford this plun.County then. net aI'I'C! busy let the Senator from the 13t'' ''lnhts Illuminated' by his head-
going too fast
much easier and faster than -if you can find them which )Nettles; Alvarezto name a Lake residents are afraid if rQd i f\\) the rAct that in most the County Commissionersknow District and I want you and headlight ran p. he can't forhis
,picking them one by one from the tree. few people can anymore. One of the few A new one will\ be appointed would mean the draining o// dbsyd\ tl1\ l-pmvinerntlon. is! what you think. all of our lends to know "too In time to avoid!{ an accident -
,Id( But the really smart and scientific $64 questions that bugs us every ] later this summerwe that lake despite assurnnce/ l Ihav t\\c\\ time l-etiulred to Now If this plan will not, : that If there is anything; I .
'' understand: :!, on recommendation to the contrary and a lot of( brV"( \W'lefluntely! ; \III a sacild can carries this refinement
'May-hawer one spring is 'what ever happened to the and (cannot be used then the
of the Market Advlsory fortois will have to be stuff, 1b{\ \ at( personal and family to do' is call on me
farther. Hi spreads old bed next bent plun would be to
step an huckleberry ? The woods used to be
With warmest personal re-
Committee died befoie the question
caN y ybo II\{fl S, And (111? eontroverslniAhryIIOi
\ puichnsj! the American Lesion 1'lwoUo JVoU-tmok $3.70 at the
sheet tablecloth under the and
or full of them 30 or 40 years ago, but 0 settlnd sardI i remain.
I ( i ) the\ office holder. IIpttqt l II piupeity. RO ahead TKIJCdiK'|f.
shakes the limbs beats the 'lend.
or gently those! days, apparently, are gone for- The county commission 1 I'' Your fi
t'\.I\. .lected to pressure build the new one there -
May haws! off with a"I long' stick or moving; ahead cautiously on Another question that had Charley! E. Johns

fishing pole.cranberries Looking something like ever.We do know of one place remaining ....NIA".......-.LH911..MU., ..,CM..,..-....,.tN........ ., ..........1A00..J./. \.' ,_r. ., _-"._"-, -""'!!. :W"'t"' ---""' ...,..... .
oversize (though not so where huckleberries blueberries -' _
(or ) I' 'rr .-":'.,:'.. red),' the haws rain down upon the can still lie found on bushes almost as ;. ,fir -.:"\ ii? '
: : ,
cloth, the four corners rtf which are tall as May haw trees but like the .. .. ,, ,fI}'>;I, r"Y
then hoisted!' rolling the haws into the fisherman's "Benny's Pool," we are :, I ,. ,j.- ;oo, .,,..: ,\-." ,> ',or
middle for easy scooping-up. not at liberty to disclose the locution .. .1 Y<', ',;; ..' +<' ,:

\ May haw j jelly la'a delight to the eye of this last outpost t of huckleberrvclom. ,.

with, its clear "light red" color A good substitute, however, is the < Y .,

and;, an even greater delight to the cultivated blueberry such as those .r

palate. It is considered by many to now ripe at the Longnecker farm near .

be the best of all jellies, with its distinctive Earleton Beach. These luscious> berries 'mob 9 e 't" 9d. '

and yet delicate and intrigu- twice as large as the wild variety, x r

ing flavor. grow in clusters like grapes and have, k, tr i. tt ., ) .. 1i -
Pity the younger, generation that surprisingly, a flavor almost equal to ; \ "

has never' tasted May haw jelly, nor the vanishing wild ones.

ever had the fun of going May-hawing Practically everything that can be

.'"i., or blackberry picking done with the blackberry can he done T %

May haws and blackberries: overlapIn with the blueberry (although (come '

time of ripening, posing a trouble- to think of It-we never heard of blue-

some dilemma for the connoisseur who berry wine) \

has limited time, and whose devotionto As for the iiiistinn of which Is M

:May haw icily is matched only by more delightful to the taste. thatis .x t
his addiction to blackberry dumplings. an issue we have never been /I')Ie 1 br r ", ,

Whether to May-haw, or to pick blackberries to resolve. Should you ask!' us while Is t CQAceIr

that is the question that we're eating a larce serving of black. i

often plagues! one in late ;May or early berry pudding, we'd !swear that blark- ; \

June. berries were the beat and! that .
f To the hazards of May-hawing (red opinion would stand firm pt load\ ,

Hues and mosquitoes! ) another I Isalrled until the n* vt day when dessert might ,, r ) .
I M L {
for the blackberry picker-the he a Juicy blueberry rollAnd .

briars themselves.! An insect repel to further comnlifHtc m"tt"* ,

lent, applied generously to the ankles there's aln-, <'q that t m"pr"> M' Of hot

and arms Is recommended as Insurance h"lIlh! with May haw jelly for brcakFarmer's -

against red bugs, and a long fast' .

ke ... ,.
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(gusty wlrds I ; _... ._ -
Diary 1, .

By Sam McGarveyWhile I the In storm.lYiaklns we: pirpiratlons scouted: aroun'1 for =: -f; _

It b usually nice to looking: for kerosene for the .. ,"

have company It Is Just av I lamp In rase the power went I ,. I II
well that Alma. the firsts I off. and finally had to so out j_ '

hurricane of the season. blew and buy i Jug full, It lit In a I J
up the Gulf coast and went! promnvnt place now but _
I by without paying us a visit, when we have another storm
As it war ne (not some heavy threat it will disappear. a>-
I rains which we tlidn by any !II' when Sam puts things away for extra tU" .take" more than one !

I I ,> mean. need and a lot of he promptly forget where .

II oRID THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH take an extra carton of Coke.--.. !

I rraE ESTABLISHED 1879 of arrives want plenty Ice.colclCoca-Cola Mngigo!!
'R NIMEMRER I I When the hot sun summer< you

< \ 0 E. L. MATTMIW. EDITOR AND ,PUBLISHEDFLORIDA'S around. Because Coke has the taste you never get tired of. It's always better h

19aa with Coke after Coke after Coke. ; .;
oj t OtOCST WCIKLV NCWIPAPCN. ,PUBLISHED CONTINUOUSLY refreshing. That's why things go better C\VIt

'; gTj tN UNDER THE SAME MACTHKAOPUBLISHED J C n we) C 3} C And why it's always a bright idea to have an extra carton or two around. e

,.' Pick up a few next time you're shopping --

:i POST OrFic' AT STAOKC.! P"UA Unarm! ACT Of .MARCH... 3 t.TIN .
..1\i\ tItJfld"r\ \ the authority of The Coca-Cola Company by'CA11E -

OUTSIDE TRADE AREA ONE YEAR $400 - SIX MONTHS $2.2l :% ; L/iI/ ; { ( \-('Of.B01'TLI'If: 1C; CO.- (CiAlXKSVIU.E.: 1 : FI.OUInABRADFORD

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VVYYVYvvvYvvvYYYvvvvly Baptist. Church Sunday.. Wa and Mrs. Henry Mosley Sunday over th* weekend. I decorated latter. The with living room wan NO PURCHASE NECESSARY TO PARTICIPATE!

will have different churches Mrs. Mosley returned Bertie Manning fell and I arrangementsof SAVE ., ON EACH STORE VISITI
hydrangeas. ONE FREE TICKET.
CLAY HILL to come and sing after lunch.\ home with him for..a.. week or broke her foot recently whllo GET
I Games were played and prizes
We were happy to have Mrs. two. she was going out to pick awarded to the winners.
Faye England's nephew with Air. and Mrs. Robert Baxley strawberries.Mrs. .
By Ain.\ Howard Fadfctt us Sunday night. James Strick- Jr. and family of Doctors Inlet Aline. Mosley and The, honoree received many

Phone 289-4132 land of Georgia also Mr. and vlait..:d: Mr. and lure\ Hardy daughter Kathy: had an acci- lovely sented gifts.the The,bride-elect hostesses! with pre
Mrs. Edwin Padgett of Law- Padgett' last Thursday. dent last Wednesday when a
two pieces of her chosen pat
rYY..YYYYYYY.YYYYY Y tey and W. E. Herndon of W. E. Herndon of JacUson- cement truck hit them. Mrs.
Jacksonville.\ Welcome back sonvllle visited Mr. and Mrs :Moaley was treated at St. Vin tern of china as a mementoof Yt't1R L./ g.::
Everybody remember our the occasion. About 40 mY
any time. Bobby Mlcheal over the week cent's hospital and moved to i
homecoming at the Clay Hill guests were invited. t
I We are sorry to learn that end.Mr. the. Bradford County hospitalIn Pam Tye celebrated, her
Mrs. Edna Blaokmon is a pa- and :Jars William .Par- Starke and l Kathy: remained
13th with swimming -
Thompson Sheet tient in the Clay Memorial rlnh, and Gregg were Sunday in. the Jacksonville hospital. party and picnic a supper.Strlckland's ,;
Hospital in Green Cove dinner guests of Mrs. Par-
Metal Works Springs. She fell and broke rish's grandparents, Mr. and 'VVVTVTVTVVVVVVVTVVIwLAWTEY at Landing satur- s FOOD STORES .
Those enjoyingthe
day evening a,4yTmrSnw
her left leg while at work at Mrs. Sam Whitehead of Lake ,
with Pam were
\Ve Sperlirilze -
the yarn mill\ last week. Butler.
\ Gwenn Starling. Kathy Scott,
Heating & Air Conditioning Mrs. Irene Padgett was Miss Put Parrish and Stephanie Roger Akers, and Lamar ,i'faa:. Tr Co... J-o'ij Oooii Tto/ji j/ If Call
taken to the hospital In Gainesville Parrish spent the week
Priest. Mr. and Mrs. Tye accompanied
Systems I last Thursday by ambulance end in Avon Park with Pat's By Enza B'auchar4&AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAa
but came bark home. Mr. and Mrs Winton the young folk.
Installation & Service We are pleased to note that
I Our deepest sympathy goes Parrish. Leslie Phillips is much improved
out to the Wilkinson families Mr. and Mrs Lloyd Wilkinson ClirKCH ACTIVITIES: t 7
All Types Metal Work In St. Vincent's Hos
I of Clay Hill in the loss of of Lawtey visited Mr. and Grace Methodist: Sunday pital. ?

961-1021 961.8611 their brother and uncle, C. E. Mrs. Hardy Padgett Sunday School 9:4: Worship 11 a.m. Sympathy is extended to L\
(Honey) Wilkinson of Max- afternoon. Circle LU
i and 8 p. m.? Prayer Mr. and Mrs. Paul Crlffla and (
,I vllle. May the Lord richly Robin, Carter spent the week Monday 9 a.m. MYF Wednes- family In. the loss of their

bless them. with her uncle and aunt Mr. day 8 p.m. daughter. Mrs. James E.
ARE TERMITES Mrs. Etta Michael was and Mrs Robert Baxley Jr. The WSCS met last Thurs Dunn who passed away last

confined to her bed Sunday afternoon of Doctors Inlet. day evening at the church I Saturday evening in a Jack- ,
DESTROYINGYOUR with a heart condition George Alosley Is home now with seven prese.nt.Irs.: sonville hospital. ,

HOME? may she have a speedy from the hospital and doing George Roberts presented the Sympathy also goes to Mrs.

recovery. as well as expected. devotional and a reading. The Lois Carter and family in the
FREE Bobby Michael Is home from Mrs. Lena Mosley and Charlie next meeting will be on June death of her son, Floyd Den
sea duty. of Jacksonville visited the 21 at 7:30: at the home of mark who passed away Mon-
INSPECTION Mr. and Mrs. Julian Dixon Geerge Mosley family Sunday.Mr. Mrs. Ertlerlner.:: day in Jacksonville.

have purchased a new homein : and Mrs Elbert Hyslerand First Baptist: Sunday School Mrs. Jim Warren of Raiford,

Clay Hill and moved into it. family of Jacksonville 10 a.m.. Worship 11 a.m. and N. C., and Mr. and Mrs. Hughe

OtfOJ cZet Mr. and Mrs. Howard Pad spent the weekend in their 8 p.m., Training Union 7 p.m. Thompson, of Johnson City,
gett and non were in Jackson house in Clay Hill. :Midweek services Wednesday Tenn. were' calling on their

ville Friday. Mrs. Minnie Lee Silcox returned 8 p.m. niece, Mrs. Mae Wells, one
:539> E. Call 961.3965 Clarence Mosley of Jackson- to her home in Hell- Church of God: Sunday day last week.

ville visited his parents, Mr. bronn Springs Sunday after School 10 a.m., Worship 11 a. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Tye am}.

I spending the week with nor and 7:30: p.m., YPE Wednes- Pam were guests of Mr. and
I II i I parents :Mr.: and :Airs.: HenryMosley. day 7:30.: Prayer meeting Fri Mrs. Gene Pearson in Gainesville -

day 7:30.: at a coookut. WIN $100000 CASH

DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home :Air.: and Mrs. Billy Padgett Highland Baptist: Sunday Mr. and Mrs L.. H Hinote,
i and daughter of Normandy School 9:49: a.m., Worship 11 Jr. and family of Miami visited

STARKE PHONE:" 964.2600 i Blvd. visited Airs. Padgett's a.m and 7:30: p.m., Prayer their aunt, Mrs. O. J. Phil-
grandparents:: and :Airs meeting Wednesday. 7:30: Choir lips on Thursday. They were

KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-PHONE 473-3176 Henry :Alosley: Friday night. practice Saturday 7 p.m. enroute to Washington, D. C.
Mrs Hildred, Carter and BRIDAL SHOWER where Mr. Hinote is employed.Mr. .

Mrs. Lilly Carter attendedRev. :Miss Kitty: Harris. bride- :: and :Mrs.: F. M. Redd
Rental Services C. E. Wilkinson funeralat elect was complimented witha and son have returned to their 428,285

Long Branch last Thurs- bridal shower last Friday home In ::Macon Ga. after

HOSPITAL>> BEDS, WHEEL CHAIRS day.Cecil evening given by Mrs. Mae aoending a few days with v

Mosley of Green Cove Wells, Mrs. H. E. Priest, Mrs.R. Mrs. Redd's mother, :Mrs.:
CRUTCHES Springs visited in Hill
Clay E. Lee, and :Mrs.' George Phillips.
Roberts in the home of the Mrs. R. E. Lee and Karen
-0.; Wednesday of last weekIn
Jacksonville where they .

I vAREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY j\ James visited.Miss:Miss Helen T.Mrs Becky Trasca., MI Lee's Lain Thompson sister.of Columbia Mrs.and- I'|I WINNERS

S. C. were visiting Miss '

R.Thompson's S. Rosier grandmother and her aunt Mrs., I NO PURCHASE NECESSARY!

Air Conditioning-Heating Beauty Academy I IPOWELL'S LADIES WEAR Office Equipment I Mrs. W. M. Reddish and other -

\ relatives and friends last '
Cherry'sGainesville's Hancock Office week. 1
Authorized Alrtemp Beauty AcademyLearn Mrs. J. O. Pons, Terri Mary FREE
Heating & Air Conditioning Most Fashionable Jack and Joey, and Tony
Profession In Your EQUIPMENTSmithCoronaAuthorized: :
SHEET METAL, Address For Ladles; Scalara of Tallahassee, and
Spare Time. Full or Part Time
Kesldrmal Commercial DRESSESSUITSCOATSMATERNITY : Guy Dennis and Bob Youngof

-Industrial DAY & EVENING CLASSES Dealer Gainesville spent the week-

Sales-Installation-Service Low Tuition Terms : ; WEARACCESSORIES Cla.ry-Vlctor-Totalla end with Mr. and Mrs.!\ B. E.

2702 NE. 19th Dr. 219 N.W 10th Ave. Adding Macninea.! Calculator Reddish.\ LUCKY-BINGO CARDSAND :
GaInesville 372-0714 SALES -SERVICE1-! RENTAL. Marie! Smith' ff attending

Gainesville 378.2766 7V University Gainesville SAVE TIME Discuss you Bible School at the Christian '
requirements with us first. Camp in Polk City this week. 11x't
CHAIN SAWS Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ed
MOBILE HOMES: 528 N. Main St. Gainesville t
AUTO SALES&SERVICE i Phone 376-53.11 May. this week are their
A. & J. Saw daughter, Mrs. Carlos Nor- LUCKY BINGO .
s JEEP MUSTANG man, and children of Oak HUl.

Family of 4 Wheel Drives & Mower Co. PAINT & GLASS Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Young
Mobile Homes Inc. and children of Athens, Ga.. :
Joe Anderson. Mgr. DISCS!
RAMBLERAmlll'lca's and Mr. and Mrs. Wallen Sapp A
Liddell Paint &
Finest Economy Car Homelite Chain Saw Galiifsvllle's, Discount Mobile and Leslie and Mrs. Annie UcKY
Home Sales Lot. Stevens of Jacksonville ,
Glass Co.
Volume purchases for our en- visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. C. 'I I'I W
Repairs & Parts All Makes tire chain guarantees savingsof KYANIZE PAINTSGlassMirrorsSIiding Pearce Sunday. CKY /

Ridgway Motor Co. GRAVELY TRACTOR many hundreds of dollarson : Door- Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Boyette I If LUCKY-BINGO number disc 5 5 16 '
SALES & SERVICE the quality home of yoU Tub Enclosures-Shower Doors I and children of Valdosta, Ga. your 5'
1132 S. Main choice. -WindowsAwningCarpetWallpaperStorefront visited Mrs. Ed Durban Sun shows the words "you win $1.00" you 4 r
2022 N.E. Blvd. Gainesville
Gainesville 372-8433 Phone 372-3588 4830 N.W. 13th St. 411 North day.Mr. can turn it in immediately for.$1.00Cash. > p6 5
Gainesville 378-1346 Consultation. and Mrs. Norman Ham 3 aL .
Just Off Waldo Road 43ip
ilton and daughter of Gainesville '
B & G Motors Co.CADILLACOLDSIOBILE. CONCRETE:" .PRODUCTS- :MotorcvcleisScootereStreit's 118 N.W. Sixteenth St. spent Saturday with his WIN Valuable Trading Stamps 46 42 Y {

; GAINESVILLE 372-8191 parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. H. If your LUCKY-BINGO number disc 18 $

,SALES: & SERVICE INSIST THAT ALL, YOUR Bicycle Shop Hamilton.Mrs. shows a picture of valuable Trading 68 3

Fine Selection of Used Cars CONCRETE PRODUCTS HONDA:. MOTORCYCLES I'ET SERVICE: G. L.Raiford Sapp and grandchildren Stamps, you may immediately trade it in 7 1 53 8 w-" ya w? #
of Mon. 67
Taken On Cadillac Trades ARE THE BEST FROM Oushman & Vespa Sc03tert: ) day visitors of Mr were.and Mrs. for the actual number of Trading Stamps ,3i g

2001 N.W. 13th. Rt. 441 Edward's Building Ducl&tlOSAZundappMotol'cyclesSales! IRENE'S L. s. Tanner. indicated. waUM'THI.. MAil '09.., AB 4 83 X j jii0

PHONE; 376-7515 Supply, Inc. & Service Poodle Salon Visiting Mr. and Mrs. F:. J. Lut..,." SI'IO!' 78
Raulerson '
SCHWINN BICYCLES Sunday were theirsoninlaw
and daughter, Mr.
7!6 S. J\laln-31Z.t811 Locksmith & Safe Work
Pinna Performance 818 W. University Ave. i SPECIALTY and Mrs. John E. Broward, of
GAINESViLLE" Grooming and Supplies For Jacksonville. In the evening. '
SAAB Gainesville 376.7761MOTORCYCLES All Breeds I Mr. and Mrs. Raulerson visited WIN *Z Six Ford MUSTANG Hardtops = 1 1This

ELECTRIC MOTORS Toy Stud Service- his sister, Mrs. Ruby Crews
BALES AND SEKV1CKCLEAN Puppies For Sale in Glen St. Mary. exciting new Ford Minting it the honest car on the road today! Feature bucket

ELECTRIC THECYCLE Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Sweatof seats, sports steering wheel, handsome! vinyl interior and ,color-keyed wall to wall carpet
USED CARS 1421 N.W. 6th Street ing.. and irs yours to win at Winn DUto..
Maxville were visi-
1031 S :Main Gainesville Motor Repair Co.Of SHOP Gainesville 372-0000 tors of ::Mr. and Sunday:Mrs. Bill

Phone 378-2136 OurlnenvlUe, Inc.RepairingRewtndinc. DUCATI NORTON BRIDGESTONE BULTACO : Goolsby.Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Gordon I WIN ':? Six 7-Day Dream Trips for 2 EACH WEEK!
of Bunnell spent the weekend
New and Used I I\IO'l.RCVICL101S| with their son-in-law and NEW YORK'S "TOWN 'N COUNTRY" VACATION! ,-

Tropical Pontiac, WORK GUARANTEED Neon Signs Inc. daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Pert of the time you'll! "da the town''stay it Waldorf Astoria,dine at Mama. LMnVt, igMt.., -
Complete Service & Parts Pendarvis. see a Broadway show.\' Than "to the country" to Grallinier', famed Hotel and Country Crud
Inc. 1030 S. Main Gainesville New & Used machines in stock Mrs. Beatrice Ogburn of In the) Cittkill "Mountain, for days of swimming, skiing golf. ..nights of top ntorulnmontt
Phone 372-8318 I Easy Financing Terms "Sign rp With Williama"PLASTICNEON Lake City," spent the weekend T Htooand hack'from' your UCltiPf IXflOM Pill VKtbon: an a 1 luxurious American AlflinM

TRUCK GMC CENTER I Available SIGNS with her son and daughter-in- \* *]

PONTIAC FAR1EQUIPMENT! I 324 N.W. 8th Ave. SaleeServlceMaintenanceErectionsAlterations:: law, Air. and Mrs. Cauley Og

220 NW. 8th Ave. Gainesville Gainesville 378-3660 burn.Mrs. CASH'
372-2583 "Your Designs or Ottn' W. O. Rhoden. of Ocala WIN $1,000
Santa Fe Tractor spent
Sunday with Mr. and
MOVERS 2720 N.E. 20th Way Mrs. H. E. Walnwrlght.A just match a row of numbers on a $1.JOO'LLlckyBingo ( ,
CRANELINCOLNMERCURY Inc. Galnesvllla i i Card!
e Long Distance }Moving, Days 372.6006 Nit,. 376-5964
FORD Local Drayage CIIINlft..1d In the TELEGRAPH BEAUTIFUl..
Authorized Sales A Service
Storage Packing' {Crating TILES & PAINT brings result
DOS H. University Gainesville Farm Tractors & ImplementsFord WIN| $100WIN $1 ZENITH

Phone 372-4251: Industrial Machinery Shipping FUNTKOTE l> .
Win $100 on a Lucky-Bingo Card or Win $1' COLOR TV'SNot
Crane's ImportsVolvo Vinyl-VlnjI Asbeato" IIT IV' AMI VOII Hit tll-
LANDROVER Wheel Drive FREE ESTIMATES CALLHILL'S Konnot >Ti, Ki.onuit. time it appears on a Lucky-Bingo discS!
(Mercedes-Benz) SALES, PARTS, SERVICE Floor Finishing Products In r.nutate: of Not on -t>ut two I lucky win
F1AT-HILLMAJT MOVING Dl'RALITK: FAINT Arthur hale )Drrcnsc<1 nun each week!All the nor*
4488 N.W, Sixth Gainesville GYM; FINISH; .'\OTU'.: TO <'HEI/ITOHC chances for you to win CM

2201 N. Main Gainesville & Storage, Inc. Tenney Tile & Paint j Arthur All ereditnrs Dale' deceased of the. astute arc hereby of WI I N Valuable I Trading Stamps ott".hand.omuolo'sots.
Phone 376-2548: for
Phone 372-4373 3340 N.E. Waldo Rd. notifli'd' unil required. file your family's TV i Joy
2222 N.W. 6th St. I ,.., You win the amount of indicated
any Im. or" demandvhkh" stamps : on jour m.ntlCH.. .WEEK
Gainesville 372.4271 Gainesville 378.1302 'they .have .
GARDEN SUPPLIES may aicalnit' "aid Lucky-Bingo disci.!
I estate In tUff'" .brice" of the oun-
AUTO SALVAGE I IPaul's MUSIC TRAVEL tv jurtv of nrailford. County
Florida, In the cuurthnim. .at IT'S EASY TO PLAY "LUCKY BINGO"
I Johnson & Faris, Inc. Starke. Florida< within Nix' ialvmlar -
LIPHAM MUSICCo. House of Travel month from the date, of 7 1. Get 0 Lucky-Bingo concealed number ticker every time you
Auto SalvageWe I the tint publication. of thla visit' Winn-Dmie' Stores-no purchase necessary. Adults only
Complete Une of Inc., INC. notlt-i- Each rlirlm or demand This coupon worth 2t t eligible fo play Employees of Wlnn-Dixi' Stores, Inc.? Its
Buy Wrecked Cars At !REEDSPLANT3FERTILIZEKS! AIRLINES! mn.t b" In writing and m."tl I advertising agency and members of their families, Ineligible.
TOP PRICES : VAL LIPHAM STEAMSHIP! tale the. place or r.ii1d, .*nre and j I Ipo WONDERS OF THE WORLD 2. Punch out the center disc. Separate it to reveal two numbers.
.t-ofrlce nd<1fr r". of the I .I Insert number discs, into slots lucky.BIngo cord with
Models claimant. and must b sworn < STEREO
Ail Makes -& luUcldPd SUPpIIIN matching, n..bers.E .
HoteU! Car Rentals! to by' the. claimant, his agent
Used Parts 3. When you hove a line of S number filled halF -
'We Rent Fertilizer Spreader and Amplifier or hit attorney or It wlil become with purchase of
8:30 to 6:00
Weekdays : : lontolly, diagonally, hove card. You win
Teletype Service-We Will void according Jaw you a winning
Slide No. I
224 NW. 8th Av. R E
Sat. 9 to 12.: I $ ',000 $100 of
the the
Find Any :Part For You. June 7th, 194* and this, coupon cad.limit according to amount at ) top
376-4512 PHONE 372-047 Galnesvllla Shopping Center 3415 W. University Ave. CLARA DALE. ; your
Adinlnlatr' trlx of the estate one coupon per family. 4. Take your card to your Winn-Oixie Stores and claim! yourprize.
441 N. Past Stock Yard Oalnatvllle FU I 372-S3S3 Oalnexvlll 378-1601 of Arthur. Hale. )f).>r..aai.>d.Flrit rt COOD ONLY JUNE: 13THRU JUNE 25, 1<6jjjjjijji < Only one cosh prize p '*card.
publication... JUM S. If ,
i eel your disc thaws th* words "You win' $1.00" or a picture)
... 1966 t of valuable Immediately
-- Trading Stampyou may turn It in
ill" "t 4t e/ao ) far $1.00 I cosh cr the actual number of Trod,ne

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Fig Bars 39? B-B-Q Bread 29, Pineapple 4/1./ Potatoes 4/1./ Tetstone was after home completing of recently Hellbionn eight on Springs weeksof leave

12-ci. CRACKIN' GOOD SANDWICH 6-CT DIXIE DARLING PLUS 25 FREE STAMPS artillery\ training at Fort
REG 39, 46-oz. THRIFTY MAID' SWEET or UNSWT GRAPEFRUIT REGULAR 11* CAMP PORK & Sill. Okla He will report next
Cr. Cookies 39 Pecan Twirls 39 to San Francisco Calif for
; Juice "i'N.; 6i.o. passage to Viet Nam. wherehe
3/1./ /
next will year be stationed for the

REG 29* ? Yellow' REG. 29303 CAN ueuA ', Ronald O. Williams, son of

kL"Mi 4/1./ Cocktail flf'T: 4/1./ Beans . 5/1./ Cat Food 81.REG. / I I Mr.liaim promoted and or Mrs.Starke to Army Albert was speclallat4 H.recently Wil--

while serving with the VII
3/49< TALL CARNATION EVAPORATED REGULAR 25t1! 14-oz. DELMONTI REG. 2/311! 15-oz. FRISKIES KEG. 29y 9 OK M-os. BONOMO 0 HARD Corps in Germany Completing -

Milk. 71./ Catsup 51./ Cat Food 81./ Candies 41./ II I. Jackson- basic in S.January C.training? he 1965 arrived wireman at and Fort overseas is-

now assigned as a
with the 37th Artillery He
kkEwl wi..4i6a.t..;\.'..:. .. i.1 1 IW r w ;.!3mm da. and was stationed at Fort
50 free stamp pk. Crockm' Good 25 -on, pkg Crock In'Good 25 fns stomps I M-o I Good

QUARTS DEEP SOUTH Potato Chips h 59' Cheese Curls 49* Corn Chips c.3 seas.Banning before going over-

Staff Sgt. Harvey Prather.
\ son of Mr. and Mrs. J, W.
Mayonnaise. 49 I r:2 zt1.; r Prathet' of Temple City.
Calif., and grandson of Mrs.A.
SUNNYLANDREGULAR F. Sauls of Starke has
been selected as' the Hospital
Airman of the month at
99*! 20-LB. PIONEER BRIQUETS WHOLE NeleU Air Force Base

Hams SHANK HALL 45 HAIFA 55 ? Nevada In a letter to his parents

Charcoal I 79 1 LI. the the Medical commanding Section officer at the of

base said: "Since his assign-
SWIFT'S PREMIUM TURKEYRoast ment to this organization.
Harvey has performed his

REGULAR 79*! 1-LB. ASTOR REGULAR, DRIP, FINE ALL $ 2 99 LAND $ 2 4 9 duties'efficient In a highly manner conscientious His-

WHITE NCOIC states that of the
MI' men he has worked with In
Coffee .59 ? MEAT 18 years of service your son
I' is one of the best. lIe states
U. S. CHOICE W-D BRAND BEEF most emphatically that Har-
V vey's capabilities are such
| that he can perform, any duty
Sirloin Steak 98'
I REGULAR .100-cr.DIX1EHOME i lt. { i regardless of Its complexity.
without assistance.
/ "On behalf of the Hospital
U. S. Commander and the other
Tea 79 members of this organizationI

': Bags Jt-ZCARoast; L.. 88 your are wish highly son's you to accomplishmentsto appreciative know that we of

date and feel that he will
GIANT BLUE OR WHITE ARROW U. S. CHOICE W-D BRAND continue to display the high
r standards of the "Outstanding -

3 3i Detergent 49 Club! Steak LB 98 Pvt.Airman.Jesse"T. Wheeler, son

: of Mr. and Mrs. Herschel F.
i [ U S. W D BRAND BEEF 2"T RND I Wheeler of Route 2, Starke.
39 recently: completed a mech-
4 Plate Stew 29x Wieners
anics course under the Reserve -

] 3 Flounder 1A.591 Meat Loaf 98x Aberdeen the Army Ordnance Proving Oround School
i Maryland.! During the 14-
ii j
i iI 12-oz. PKG. PEELED & DEVEINEO REGULAR 49< BEEF I week course, he was trained
I REGULAR 2/39! 1SO-CT. KLEENEX FACIAL REGULAR 3StI*! JUMBO KLUNEX DESIGN I to maintain and repair tracked -
99x Sausage 39x and wheeled vehicles used
29/ Shrimp . I j by the Army.
i Tissue Towels.
14-ot. CUP PALMETTO FARMS CRAN- 2LB. BOX KRAFT'S VELVEETA I Pvt. Wheeler entered the
Army in December 1965 and
DELSEY Reg. 291! Whit., Asst. Colon BATH REG. 49* 12-ot. THRIFTY MAID Salad 39 Cheese 79/ received basic training at
Berry Fort Benning, Oa. He Is a
Tissue 2 roll pkg. 23 ; Corn. Beef 3 9* 10 oz. 'SHARP' KRAFT'S CRACKER BARREL '1-LB. CUP SUPERBRAND High 1985 graduate School. of Bradford

m Stick Cheese 65x Cott. Cheese 29xeof. f K t Notli-r ..f twnllrntlon ne.dsee. Yap Tat

Noilio in h..rc."y l .irlvon. that

2-LB. BAG FROZEN FRENCH FRY MORTON CHICKEN. BEEF, TURKEY nor. Swiss Cheese 45/ Cheese 29 fund Varv I the f.'l'nwlnir Oolrmnn,,' ., .rertlflontr.the, holler. has.of
i for a tar

Potatoes 31./ Meat Pies 51./ ; mE ;m;: m .... :- ,or,1.,1. l/nm'tur.a |(to '.e> .numbers Inmjod the. (t"'rlpll"n thcrnn" and. year.ThcfrHfpHti of

the property. an .
6oz. CAN HI-ACRES "THE REAL THING" ORANGE DIXIANA COLLARDS OR TURNIPS WITH ROOTS ; nhlrh follow1Ortiflrnl,It wan nom'imiMl are a
Tha Real) Thing" Flo. Thrifty
U. S. No.1.1 RED BLISS
Vn. 97. Y.ar of
Juice 6/1./ Turnips .3/1./ t Tminm-i.>....crtotlnn> 1(44T of Property No.
Potatoes -59 Juice\ QUART 39JLIBBY'S 112 l In KVj r. T of A COS J.ntm RID I *So>1> of BMCl 28-T

Lem'ade 1O/1./ Squash 3/1./ GEORGIA "0- VINE RIPENED "LARGE" .All;Name; of.In Bald.which property assessed being' .JaPoleman In.
$ the r-mtnly of Bradford. State
Peaches 4 4I I of "Florl'la1'nlpnH' mirh' ....rUrl.ale or
MORTON APPLE DANISH QUARTERS..SUPERBRAN j "'. 59; Cantaloupes / i i-rtitlrntpi Hrrorillnir/ to shall law he l the redeemed pr. .>prtyileKcrlliP'l

Coffee Ring 69 Margarine 5 LSS- S 1. U. S. NO.1.1 YELLOW Ml Flavors SUPERBRAND: Peach (Flavor of the Month>)> i'hlorh..t.Ttlfl.<...t..In bidder will iiuh he> at c.rtlfltat.sold the. t to,"courthnuw th.or

.ttr on the firm' Mon
HOWARD JOHNSON CORN OniOnS 3 39 he' Cream Vi gel.. 49'DRESSEL'S
oastee's 29x Margarine;;' ; LI. 29 BAG 195 191111.Dated$.. thin 31.t day "f May,

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POUND CAKE' OM 0' | 1 ;
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.,, ,., Ground Beef : Turkey Roatt Steaks Coffee Rich : (;fir=i Crumb Pie .. I l;: Onion Ring I the tindprftlgnprl..< < under, :h...*
1 .000 JUNI I ITN '
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hAd aunt., for a loin: lime and I'., .v.v.................1 Bradford Shows ioI"l\IIU.Y: nvH1WAY UOI) BROOKi.R: BAPTIST ply pastor hon; pastor.
hair\ i brl", c.1< ,ilium t" thc'iii! I CHATRI'! Sunday School 10 a, m. BOATPRAIN BAPTIST PINE LEVEL BAPTIST

plains\ tutu xvlilte-bud This) HAMPTON Increased Sales Weldon St. and R-i.tf.ord Morning Worship 11 a m. Sunday School. 10 a. m.

COUNTY twit,. I the uinwtli ot plants Tax Collections Road. Sunday School, 10 a.m. I Training Union 6.30: p. m. Morning Worship 11 a. m. Sunday School, 10 a. trt,.

WITH They gill seem to glow out Morning Worship :)1 e. m. I II Evening Worship 7:30.: Prayer Training Union, 7:00: p. in. Morning Worship, 11 a. m.
of it. but tests have proven I Ity Mm. Mary Wlll.iima Evening Service, 7:30 p. Meeting Wednesday 730.: Pre-Services 1 Booster Band
AGENT Sute-i tax collections in I m'l Evening Worship, 8::00. Prayer -
YOUR t that Thursday Prayer Meeting, : Young/ People. and Prayer
I .xli-ld I is definitely icAmiMr AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4PARTY Bradford County showed a RA ((3A and Sunbeams!) every Meeting, Wednesday 7:30p. :
dllP..1- People's Meeting; Service], 6 p. m. Evening
'11' I, 9.05 cent gain for :May\ p.m. Young other Thursday afternoon. m. -Rev. R. E. Bergstrom
,. per I
.11 other things tail! nlltTIlU.\ 1966 the month a Saturday 7:30: p.m.Lcroy Rev. James Temple, pastor. p .tor.BKTIIIf.. Worship. 7 p. m. Midweek
over same
1 will effrrr yield even though ;.vli'-. Floyd Smith honored Llffhtsey, paator. Service, Wednesday .::30 p.
planes nay: look pretty noo.1!. l I I lie.1 oiHiRhteiH, Lisa 3 and year ago, according to Florida figures I OLUAN; BAPTIST [Brooker] ; BAPTIST CHURCH m.-Rev. D. L, Ramsey pastor -
lust released the CONGHtUATIONAL:
Is 1 lm.>iiippr balance' in anilnutfi"ntt MarlS'i?. 2, with a birthday by NEW Sunday School, 10 1&. m Sunday School, 10 a. m. .
Revenue Commission. ,
: like calcium: and part: on, June 10 from 10 till METHODIST REVIVAL Morning Worship 11 a. m
Mor'ilni! ; Worship. 11 a. m.
Collections for May 1966 CALVARY BAPTIST
1 miiHiirs'nm'! This can be de- 11 ::30. Games were played and Revival services will be held I Training Union 7 p. m. Even-
I Evening!( Worship 7:30: p. m.
were $22.463 against $20-
i, termtned, : I only bv: a nod soil cake rnl: 1 \punch were !servedto !' 431.91 for May 106$. at tne New Congregational 11 Ing Service 8 p. m. Rev Pravfv Meeting 7:30: p. m. Sunday School 10 a. m.

ahlt |: test Usually when we thinkI the following\ guests: Valerie Other counties In the area Methodist Church, May Lacy Ccnway, pastor. Wednesday. Rev. W. L. Morning Worship 11 a. m

l. ir I I ') a plant probably losing, Us !. Timmy and Mark. Jones showing: gains for May were |I through May of Savannah 8. Rev. F. Ga.I A.. CHURCH OF non Newman.pastor.. Trplnlng} Union, 6:30: p. m.
wood qualities we have' head Kent.' Slude. Robin Wadsworth. Stephens Service 7:30.: Prayer
11YGeorge Kevin Alachua 13.85 per cent: Ba-1 I I I will bring the message each 422 N. St. Clair St., Starke. Evening
of another variety: that maybe Williamson ker :2351! cent and Union I !NORTHSIDE' I! Meeting, Wednesday! : 7:30: p.
T.Huggins. per : I night at 7:30.HEILBKOM.N: II Sunday School, 10 a. m BAPTIST
better." We Lisa Tina and Allen I
expert our experiment -Rev. R. H. Butler, pastor.
3.79 cent. Clay County 11 and m.
per Services
stations! to provide Shealy and Beverly Forsyth. f Worship a. m. Located on ttayieati. Highway -
I showed a 3.21 per cent decrease. ;. BAPTIST I 7:30: YPE. Wednesday
varict'es' with Improved qualities Mrs. Smith was assisted by I p. m. ISR 225Jat Raiford Road AIRPARK BAPTIST

-- : and they are doing just I Mrs. Charles Williamson : I Sunday School 10 a, m. 7:30: p. m. Prayer Meeting I SR 161. Services: Sunday: Sunday School 9:43: a. m.

R, In.. little quote t till>i iothf vield Kiist lets remember that. Mrs. Barbara Carter Mrs. Brained' also showed an Morning Worship. 11 a. m. I Friday 7:30: p. m.-Rev. L. S School, 10 a. m. Sunday Morning Worship, 11 a. m.
In seven-cent
oa"Wauh out tin I tiiui in producing plants. The Florida 90 had certain Vicki Osteen and Mrs. Shir- inciei&i tax the collections ongasoline Training Union, 6:30: p. m. Williams, pastor.PENTACOSTAI. Morning Worship. II a. m Evening Service 7:30: p. m.
you t tonuuc.. Miice it a uood( ,inch lime a parent, plant qualities o'pthe Missionary : ley For yth. The Evening Service, 7:30.: Midweek HOLINESS Training Union 6:30: p. m. Player Meeting Wednesday,
sold in April.
plat, in -ltpVell since I shim's. mil,, a runner and Now there is !some! Interest PERSONALS: Prayer Service 7:30: p. 321 BrownJee St., Starke. Evening Service 7:30.: Midweek 7:30: p. m. Training Union
total was $65.628.43 on gaso-
b win-\ t do'\ n a plant that 1 Is> a in the Mr and Mrs. Rothelle Jones Wednesday. -Troy Johnson Prayer Service Wednesday -
suit'' haven t Clipped > pc' LS variety\ from line sold in April 1966. as m. : Sunday School. 10 1m Friday, 7:30.: p. m. -Rev. E. L.
Ink th'- column for the past brand new, plant. Even then 1.ouI.1n'caUed Dnbreak because and l.imlly spent several compar''d with 56063.35 for pastor. Morning Worship. 11 a. m 7:30.Rev.: Glenn Law- Grlffls. pastor.

twoerk.s.. maybe It'.s tie- the, innner! continues and of some qualities maybe i, days In Lancaster S. C. with April 1905. Gallons\ sold in Evangelistic service 7:30: p.m.

call**- 111tonl ue has been several more brand new superior to the 90. In i Mr and Mrs. Bob Falle.\ I April totaled 937.549. SMYKXA: : MISSIONARY Midweek Service. Tuesday .

pn-tt. bL1 Y. plants are produced. tests at our Florida Experi- Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Howardof I I BAPTIST CHURCH I, 7:30: p.m. Russell Croft pas GLASS That'* Our Business
Sor.ibony made a State-1(I Now. If leaf spot was bad ment Station the Dnbrenk Starke have moved into tor.
Pratt St. Sunday
633 W.
ment! in our Bradford coun-I In the old field. then it has yielded: more than the the Bryant! house. v
services: Sunday School, 10 a. FIRST PRESBYTERIANSunday "If It's Glass We have It"
\tv paper l.T-t: week that may spreads to the new plants DO. Just this past season an- Rei-c-nl visitors of the J. A. I
be on. Florida 00 variety was am: stunts the growth ThenIf other variety was Included in William"' were their son-in- CHURCH I m. Preaching 11 a. m. Training School, 9:45: a. m CALL WRITE or VISIT

"I, Und!! out" in their" ability the soil is full of a varietyof the station plots and it out- law and dall hter. Mr. and' Union. 8:15: p. m. Evening Morning Worship, 11 a. m. FOR ANY GLASS NEED

to produce" ]Before that nematodes the plants will yielded the Dnbrenk. It will Mrs: Tom O'Neel of Jefferson NEWS Worship 7 p. m. Everyone Youth Fellowship, 6 p. m.
I t I welcome. Elder T. C. Williams Choir Practice Thursday 7:30: We Design Modern Store Fronts
thinking tooxl'e The be another City Tenn
: wets ] be retarded In growth grown year 011 I I II I
spread I d like to say that two main ones here" are the more before It Is acceptedfor Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Jones, ,, pastor. p. m. Just Mall Us A Pattern For

the j-lvawbeiry Is a type:' root-knot and sting nema- Florida growers:: I of Covington. Va. have purchased -,I METHODIST KINGSLEY LAKE BAPTIST Tops
plant noes not Just, "run tode. All this! has been written the Horace May home LAURA: BAPTIST Sunday School 9:45: a, m.

out' |I i Poi! the' past few years we lust to say that if yOU follow j and: movl'cIn\ Monday. They, STAItKE I Sunday School. 9:45: a m. :Morning Worship 11 a. m. SHEA'Sa

The r> 'arc several( factois'' are fxpe'-ienriiiK an invasion soil! test! sim .estlons. prevent are former: residents of Hamp I Sunday: Church School Morning Worship 11 1m.. Training Union, 6:15: p m / GLASS CO.

that will affect! :It u ability to I i: of bled' ncmatodeh' We hlveLAWSON'S nematoc'.es.; do a !good lob I ton. 9:45: um. Morning: Worship. i Evening Worship 7:30: p. m. Evening Worship 7:30.: Midweek ; (NOT INC.)
preventing insects! and disease Phyllis! Gall Griffin and: 11 a.m. Snack Supper; for M-I[ Prayer Meeting Wednesday Prayer Service Wedn"s- 1 It

and follow other proven ,, Mary Elaine Jones left Monday I YF. 6 p. m. MYF meetings. i 7:30:: p. m.-Rev. Luther McGee day, 7:30.: Choir Practice. 8: 10)) 1313 N.W.4th PI. Gainesville Fla. Phone FU2-4353

;lactic'''. you should be for the Childrens Bible 6:30.: Evening Worship. 7:30.: |I pastor. ''p. m. -Rev Jim Rijdon:

MARKETCold i ty sure of. or exceed. pret-I I Mission Camp Ollead at Polk I Wednesday Prayer Meet- I

II I flats of Florida 90 straw Cltv. ing. 7 p.m.

Storage Grocery Store ''I ties per acre-with the help Mr and Mrs Walter Davis Thul'sdayChancel Choir

I of ''rood weather. ]I and family of Cornelia. Qa. rehearsal 7:30: p.m. An investment in Your Future -." -- .

Ou.; representative or Florida -' were visiting the O. W. Sox-

NP .1 ''4 f'v e I'' Informed.representatives:! Dr Sal Locnsslo keep" us ons weekend and E. L>. Blrts over the BAPTIST BAYLESS CHURCH IIIWAY il f f? j* nIT\ ; f re IT I c "" "

:loin research at the experiment A.. H. Perry and Mr. and Sunday School. 10 a. m u I.Is: 1 It w l h Ly l\f b [CLIL.
1'.r t. lus station and MasonMarvM Mrs T. T. Perry attended the I Morning Worship 11 a. m. wv) L, : : kral <**

I \ associate veregtable funeral! !' of Mrs. Perry's brother. Training( Union 8:30: p. m'l, ,

crons .specialist for our Aarrl- N. 0 Manning at St. I Evening Worship 7:30.: Prayer i
cultura! Meeting Wednesday 7:30.: '
Extension Service. Petersbu-s on Saturday. Mr. .
work very closely!!' with in Manning/ was the son of the Rev. B. T. Peavy pastor. .

hen1.1 Bradford County.I late James Minnlntr i iMr I .

Dunn the last few years and! Mrs Don McMa- ST. KIWARD'S: CATHOLIC L. A L.I' ItiC

+ tit+ t they hhVc. tried nearly 40 were> visiting! the O. W. Sax- STARKE ', differ, nt varieties of straw- hone and Donnie were visit- Sunday Mass 9:15: a. m. ',' ... :. .
bP"i r1!-s for Florida production Inn the M L. Wattersons Tuesday-Novena and Bene .

Onx! three hale been I Tuesday and: Little Marty diction. 7 p. m. Inquiry Class, ''

Let Us Prepare Your Beef and rPC''>mtr.tided for us and one I I retuiniM home with them. 8J; m. Talents. would not dream of permitting their childrento
[othi, inoks very promising I I Thursday and Friday -

Pork For Your Deep Freezer.We Mass, 7:30: a. m. 19-10 a. m.I I venture out on the waters without soma

will Tick-up and Ilutcher. There will be a I%TIM. TIII. .: 11.11111:: <11111111'I .11 mi. HI>i M."'1'i 111"..'\1."I. .. \ ,,I I.dn"f,".. 111.1.'IIl.. dental.for grade and high scnool stui i e protection. Yet, only too many of these tame

Small Fee for rick-up-Butchering cows $3.00 per C'III' or' rimiiiit,' IN .t\u' ,UIIII: tt.I' "I I"".". 'I'u. Saturday Mass 9:30: a. m.FIRST' .
Head and Hide. dogs 3c per Ib.-Cleaned Weight.! Fn1III" MH'oii. i. 4111 i >'ii. 1..11.., 111.1'.: 111)It. 's',; \t.I.: parents do not prepare their children for
"1111\11:1,1.I: .
aaNrx 1:limit 1'0' 11" tu > 1.11. aurlln' ahn.rr
For Chill-cut and wrapping 5 Vic Ib. with : B.\Pl'IST CHURCH
per paper. I 'rhh.uIs 1 unk uolt n.
|, liihn> I: I 'Mi l i-. 1'.n. 1I'"r IAtr, ylurt It,. urrhrrrhv STRKF.SUlldav. the dangers of everyday life. The Bible my:
.,mil, !bq', sin', ''IHI..1. lhnl . I
We Sell Beef and Pork for Home Freezers a 'r olnphHulU. \ June 19 Sunday
au'r tl. |nn' In, rll"'h,.... tak unto the whale
\ | n .v'I' 'INo "Mort' '11'11'1; "Whtrrjort/ ,you
I I''i.a mil i Lr. nn tI.,. f"tI, x ill" ,des ?.hod,\ I .'u.. School 9:45: a. m. Morning mil
Phone 961-8281 218 Washington; St. "M. MortKHKI: "properly, alllliliu11\ IIrll.lforll. Worship! 11 a. m.. sermon."Wh..t "" that b able
God to
,, glrntoI.r) of ye may
-I !I" lie I |InsureI.n l I Tarot"'. t9-lt it. God
I Id I. Mm, Ilii t'umtnrnrr, .1, II.\\' "I.r.et, I ," Expects of AF'lIthpl' (:
---- Training Union. withstand/ in the nil' day, and
6:15: p. m. Evening Worship. j)i

7:30: pm., sermon, "Water ''t lr .g, having dose all, to ttand/ ,"
Made\ Into Wine." ,)y"t; rf

Monday Youth Choir S B<*gin now, to safeguard your

prnctU-e. 7 p. m. \
Wednesday -PrAyer MeetIna. 'hi1
7pm. Church Choir r t'
CHEVROLET !prncflre.I, e p. m.

Thursday Visitation. 10 ,.J. \'
n.. m. and 7 p. m. i

I-- ..:.." 1I'iTH1 I 9I ..,..;--t-.
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SUMMER PICKUP joI..II,." :a.I TnunHhip. n South' '
Kamia KHMI: ami inn North: ft laft\
:al8 feel i" .n. i,?, ? .tak i, | ]I yrF .
thru ,run I Kant: 7l'i'! r... 1.1 tQI n. OiiinliiM II Gt4. gM." .. .4 et.sr .e "tMt'
iiiin' ul l h..., t t" Went Imm.. tr Fe nary. : ,i.f tar right>l of Hat of 'w 'r (;i ter,ee.1 of Ma d..xel Ia(nee a raMM .
Kl.itiUoatl. .. -'nil. ilifii' ,. "nun i) t to.HMI.. !I... t, krinf. .Mi.. MiHk. VMiMtMiJii ,
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/ \ 'Ilu",. des. i lord will. "iMvilaklr" JNIf'"rei...., sue. 'S1.
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.In. 11.*',nf L'llll 11I..u..r ri-i'l,. 'snarl'. nr II| h tux.H>-- '. Take Your Children j I ''N; :::.:::.:: 004.... M =: I//1 :

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.Mte| | It.ml' 2IMI i. illxtalK i These Religious Messages Are Made Possible By The Following Sponsors
..r :-iiti:. fort to a I" nut i '''I|
I Mi'iii> ." "MaHteil\:, ,, a illHtanii- ,,
II .''I'x' fi'it 'iiiiirior" less, to tin: Farmers Mutual Koch
i>iin, "i l.t-vitinlnir. : Drug Store PARTS SERVICE CO.
Si., I b'I,'tt rllell|| ... /llffHlllMt Joni HlltlIli'lnil
I \ Oiion' Martin i_ ,ili'fi'nil- I I Exchange "YOUR HEALTH IS OUR OF STARKE
HIUM' I I.*' Jtihn' n. l>a\li unit hivllV *
\ alu).'ute \\ I'/I'i.| / an plainllflM Fins' )*-Krrtlll/iTt--ScmliPniillry :MAIN CONCERN"Free 630 N. Temple Avenue

,. and yon are ntuiriil. | t, Equipment l Delhery Phon 96MIDI* Ph. 961-7721
o' ;n i ropy| or your An."", orto '
)>l>* Mlin 'the oiiiplainl on'
N I 1'1.1t.' ,, irfn' /uttor.1ly'. Thi-ron, Petroleum' Prmliu-ti.*
You". .Ir.. fJJ Soiitli' tV.Itt Itl
I .n.t't. vlu,."-. Klorltla ::20111.1. SLADE GAS Lawson Meat Market
THE RIGHT PRESCRIPTION FOR YOU and, ,, III* tar orlKlnal, thereof. In Bradford Abstract Co. I
'tin' orr11 nf tlti a'lrlk, of I tin and Appliance Center AND COLD STORAGE:
t'hrult I'l.nit. on ..r l-fore the
flril' Im. of sl o b'. 1118'1. If you 158V.. CALL STREET
Your Chevy dealer has a whole line of husky, hard-working Chevrolet pick fiiir/ '" ,do! ..i>. Judgment. liy illfnnll -- I I.'h. 9(51-6881( tnrke, Fin We ;eclCy'te' In Cuxtnm Slannhter-I '
/ "",11' l'. t/lk.-ii ilKilliml' )'i'U%I Wrapping(-
that's hard to tell 'for ',r i'lief tlfmanili" ,I 'In thi DeVVITT C. JONES
to start for Each has a ride
ups ready saving you now. ?uplahtl|'|/ 1'r'..'a red for IfffpPHONK Freeze
Edwards &
Tli<-, n .ti lee liall, lie pul>linheilin Grocery FUNERAL HOMES
from many passenger cars. All have famous cost-saving Chevy truck power. I ,,, ,, .Mfh, Meek for, four tonneIIIH Mkt. 964-8281
I ?| ekn In the llratlfiirtlI'oiin't Slarke Ph. 96I-2ROO
Now than America's number T.leicnipliIK.NK -
more ever they're one way
: AM'l OKlMOIinil: : : / Groceries :Meatd Feeds

to work. There's one that'll be a real tonic for your busi Marls, thl210 Itriulforil./ dty: ,of t'.11111)M.ii'"ii. 'Kluriiln ; Gas- & Oil- Keystone: Ph. 173.3176 Heights! "rp, Ii\1'"I..iJ' V1' .

CIIAItl.KS: .\ '.\ltlty L\l
ness. For your leisure time too. Because when the CHEVROLET i a'Irrk. of the' Cli. lilt t I'oiirt. Ph. 961-2182 Starke. Fla. ,
.f liradroril ivnut) Klur- STARKE, INC.

busy working week is through, you just slip it under a :i i lila ll.v Kelililh .1. Moitl. Loudon's Merle Norman Hurst Shell Service VS. 301 NORTH

comfortable camper body and whisk for a rest cure. NO. 1 WAY TO WORK I ,1x1 1'\1.: I'K TIM t! Ui'puly I'liTli CARl. HURST
away Cosmetic Studio & Beauty Shop Ph. Starke Fla.
I i'l I lict'I'r l: COl'IlT) Hwy. 301 & 100 Ph. 961.6111 969-3801 ,
I iJ: et .il21; 117 S. Thompson Ph. 9HI-3O81
I I If Your Hair ItiVt t't'C\mlnl& To

Talk to your Chevrolet dealer about any type of truck. You-You Should B.. Canting, ; To V*. LACY CONWAY Charley E. Johns
]1IIK Itl4 lIT POINT for th.I'Y <
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i \\ you' write t'tmn* In andNa'Iret
09 8144 I your favorite ESTKR- Starke 66" Service American Service Sta

KKOOK fountain, |I"'*''. TELE.t tion and Bus Station 1S1 s. Walnut Ph. 4-OI01
I ,,"'Ir* --\\hrrl RaliuirWherl nary Ciinwny Flvlnc !ServiceInitriH'tlnn But Nobody UndrnrllnCharley' .

: Alignment81T ; Ph. 904-1031 F.. John AgfncyPAOE

If. S. :301) NOKTII STAHKK.: VI.A. rno.Ni) 1': 911.391)1); : () ) : 1.1..tl.. Nt.ti-l.i.nk. jI.\tl: : Itt tin I N Temple Ph. W4-888I 1 1I

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eek yer Ins .i' r. \ | W'Miss I New Keystone Community Church


as- I Is Dedicated Sunday

Presentation of the keys t:> tel' ncmbcrs were Introduced
m. ,, By :Mary\ Schaeffer the new building by Frank as well as several persons

I Ilgen. chairman of the' buildIng listed on the first member-
m. l Phone 173-1127
: committee to Ray Star- ship roll in 1924 Members 01

yerp. I nes chairman of the Board the build In!! committee '
I of Tiustees marked the official Bonn! of Trustees Bonid, ol
tor. AUtH:.\:\-. MISSIONKU..S: ; champion softball, plaveishavln ; '
i opening of the new Stewaids. and 11..mol'lalFund )
oi'Ksrs: OF DODOS) ) defeated the newly
I sanctuary built by the Community thninnnn Mis David:
Bill and Tuck and' formed Llonellrts 7-6 last 1s.4
I Church' of KeystoneHeiKtits Nelson were also singled! out I' :
m.m.. their two dauxhters Becky i Satui'cay: evening at the City during the dedication for commendation, on thl''orlc ;; 4
wild Di bby. have been guests; Park. .L
m.m.. rervlce Sunday after- \\ In the overall bulldlneproarnm !! .,
ofi.. and :Mis Fred Dodd Evnyoiio: seemed to have a .>
at 2 o'clock. ,
noon Other persons presented $4.l. 'f
lay und tills week. food old time. and after the ..
family They
,. .
Th aue.st mlntstei Dr U I Included Mrs J Edwin ..;"
)have been In Keystone scheduled! game was ovei ;,
on.L. S. Gordon of the First Presbyterian Inison widow of the :

Heights viMtlnii the Dodd:! j the -pectatois participated In Chuich of dalm'Kvllle. .' late state tieasuier. a 11:1l'hllrC'h .: ,. 4'
berOl e. i nd many people will another game (!coin 6- Zip CadellGhul .
save ciedlt for the Inepirat'n charter, member In 4 -s ,, ,
ieinemLer. them -- especially >eai-i>:der.s to Kiown men / ,.; ,, -' '
-; for the new edifice whose memory the hlnh! nar ., 'IT' ,
Uladi.s.. who used to visit! Th.'ho, played on the Tlln... Ke>'.stone Heights IKtIIaMter. has no to the pastor. Dr. Albert C thesthliu'd I t glass window

hei. .i. before her man lane. winning team for the Junior | trouble remembering tli. zip\ ,' xlp number of her |xmt. offlo Holt and his wife. both of WAS Khen: and O E Wluttlns -
The Tucks sic native Womenveie\ Joann. Eva.
. I, i>r tint lUense tag flu niIir nf her anloiiiolilli. *. Tliej're both whom have participated fully continctor for the or-
Canadians and aie members and Leon Kukyendall Roy In the activities of the lglni l tluirch who
t the .Mimie. -H.J-HM.! : hulldlnn.
01 the Sudan Interlnr ;\1 Ii- Tvie. Paulette Martin. Gloria I
\ l'hur'h.( and chanted! the I donated I.he stained !gloss
The lileit
*lon Bill Is a teacher and an Tilest. Pearl Ooetzman.Eveiett : of th. :sip nxlt* 11".11. plate was the lileu of
comjiegMlon\] '!! with llvlnii up wlndmv, nt t the altar end Innwmul'v
iilipl-uie mechanic; Gladys Is' Fox. Frances Tyre. | Hvttle Sirow| of t the Ke.Mti. "m* Heights post. ..Ufee! ntitff "ho to the. principle of the Community of his wife the lute

an expeiienred( muse and:! ]i Chuck( Whloenant. MercelvnYounc. Kent to I nd hi. iiKHer ('4nnty (No. 32)) for the "JI""I..I| l. l ,number.MN Church '
for .
ts being all Ruby R'Tlster, WlgulnsSwiiil ( a I r, ; .,
woiks in the dispensary I' and Eleanore Osteen. |. .. THIlH also .Nporln KejHtoiie'.* zip code number on Christians. 'He poke! of hi- Invitations weie .

theie, Th Llonellas' Team consisted her honlhiK jacket whUliu. i a. gift of the poxt. office ..tuffliu 38-year association with Di sent it.r: to the ministers of j .ylli
They spend four years In'' of Cniollne, Rhoden i .. ,,nilHoim, ncu. rilllit I) of I lie. Ises, 'sl I,ne' Hi, i mhtn: ( inntiiiuit... ) ( linn.'ll which WUHleill
& t flii-litmns. she l Is HII avlil lioulcr. .iiiul wore the .shirt Holt and his family\ and all the Inleiioi. r. and then return Tommy Pjovost Peggy Pro-i I their work and travels <. ideil. lust) Siniil.n I I'lmlo li.> I'd: MiiserihMlliiftllon
while together
competing In the re 'entoinen', Internutloiutl. Howlingt'oiifereme in the area.
to the Western hemlspheie& vest, Hubert White. Helen
) In New Orleans..So during that time It Ff'in: : 'IONFoPivviiiK
. ICuiiiiii.il Ioi( u year which Ram()". Dot Winans. KathvMcQl I I
Four of the
: If original char- the dedication
," Ketch joii have illffUnlty n-iuenilicrlng Keystone. zip|
conijjl't' ) s the cvi'le They ivc.! Roxanne i
are now about to embark for und leoige Massa. j number jntt keep your eye on .'...tintiNter. TllllH license, plute. a reception! was given bv the

3 Aft. Ii..! uKaln foi another. ST. UIII.IAM'S Clll'ltCII' j Women, of the Church In the
Beasley Credited Edu-ational Building In
- four years They are wonderful Piulsiioners enjoyed a ('oV-

('o.'sti; 'vatlonalists and can I eied-d'sh'! supper on Sunday :i ievenln See Council Story In Section One With Saving Life honor bv of MI'S.the occasion Walter Orollek supervised -

hold a listener spellbound *. June 5. In the hall
Of Injured Youth elnlunun) & of the churchwomen
with their. store. of knowledgeand and on the grouns.:! Quest of / -

p"J'el'lellce., On Wednesday honor was our new pastor. I Kirby will be host to all I Bryant and children/ of ,
M. L. (ILesI Beasley. Over 800 persons attended:!
evening. they were I'tinstepeak'id I Fathrr Edward KirbY The membi'1 of his parish be I ...torm-I
Gainesville Last Sunday Mr P" mayor e>f v the two services held on

at Hope Baptist ladles of the Altar Society they liuin Staike, Keystone and Mi.s Donalj. Wyatt. and Heights put his first aid Sundty Thp building may be

Chuich were hoste&ses! Helmuts or MatclennyIIMlh chlldien of Jacksonville were! knowledge. t to flist-hund ue'' viewer! during( the mornlnllhoul'S

Jl'NlOKOMtN: mi-KAl': : Everyone is Invited to open : ; N' IIIKHK. : ; Sinieials' guests last week\ when HUI'I'II'ltneAlma by contacting the ttrs ',

MOMMAS 7-0 house on Father-. I3uy at St Recent Sunday guests of Mr. sod Mis Dun Pater church :
I swept up the Florida secretary at the office I' -4I J
t TInS Kev lone lit! ichf-. EdwaulS Hectoiy In Slaiketaittii :Mr HIM: Mis Bill. :Slineiul and! daughter! Margaret und coast and was credited with In the educational build-

Woman Club nri, still |' at 4'30 p. m Father Were Mi .and) MIAllred ]I son Rjljeit attended the saving a youth's life Inn.

i iadnatlun> of their son, Beaslev manager of th: j Construction work and all

Danny 1 loin Georgia Tech Florida Electric. Cooperative the blnetiy was done by ?r)

KEYSTONE HEIGHTS.MELROSE ,I over the weekend Also attending Association was in 8t Pet- Tiiest Constuictlon Com- %

I I I ;!! the graduation was ersburg Beach for a meetingof pnnv. of Keystone Heights

1.Junny'fiancee.\ Miss Mary the Association when The aichltertural designing! _

Ann Lang: of Starke a medic Alma struck, was done by Don Morgan ofOr .
: .. .iinoniikH. tliexe. ..
\ttl"1I11r11C I SIIII.11I3. I i M ( ss ere euil> niiknibtrH >f the
BUSINESS! DIRECTORY al technologist at CrawfordW A teen-ager: who had been aim a Park and Keystone
iliurth: ()'runl left) Mrn I llarulil. 1.11", 1'1.11'1, : r. l-iiwreiice, II. E;. \MCliis( ) ., John
,. Long Hospital in Atlanta. outdoois when the high Heights and landscapingwas :
New residents of Keystone wlnd.i ftarted l, sought\ out the by Noel Lake supeilntendenf Itiril, Mrs. Bird', :Mrs. llt-li-n, l.aurenie. '1"rrlll.Ir.: ... (lurit, ( K:el l) I.. irson. .Mrs. Don

Heights 1 will be Jack and:! Kay motel! where Bea'siev was of plants and I'lill/h..rll.| : r. I'ltiiKliorn.% anil Kmiiklln, 'I'rrlll1: r. I...\\rrce. :\Ir... .\I..rrlll.Irs.: .

APPLIANCES: I II WE HAVE GOOD I I :MOIUI.K\ ; HOMES_i I Sullivan who are from East lodged&), when the youth was! vrounrts,, .at the University of I I.arHiin. ,,"01Ir.: liiiil| >oriieri, ,* i hiirter nieniliers of I Hie. ""1(1'1'1,11,0.,

} I Used Cars and TrucksAt Orance. N. J. They are severely cut )by; fljiietf,) glass Florida. i I
FEDDER'SHEAT I Saving Prices Are you planning to enlarge bulldiiiK, a home on lovely Beasloy applied a tournlmiet

I Well Get It For You I or add to your present ;Mobile I Nelson' Point. and hope to above -a slashed artery In 'theyouth's
:. PUMPSFOR Home If you are. we may be Dr. nnd) Mrs. Holt with OES Visited : Closing ProgramFor
If We Don't Have It I be moved in by August 1. arm. Police said his
YEAH 'HOUNDCOMFOKT I able to .serve you. Call us for I They are currently staying action undoubtedly prevcnt- whom hp has been associatedfor By Grand Officer Community

J, : I Vernon Buff GarageHwy. Information on ;Mobile\ Home in Melrose) The Sulllvans the boy from bleeding to so many years; also to

CONTACT 100 Keystone II,... I Awnings- --- 'I will\ be a fine addition to our death the the architect Don Morgan, GlaJy-] Robeits Giand Instructor Church VBSThe This man
contractor Ernest Trlest;
community of District 8. visited
REDFEARN'S 4734570 I :Screen RUOIIIM. Mr. Kersey assistant and to closing/ program for.
Mrs. April Mesko Angle Chnpte, 279. OES nt the le-'
CuluuiiMOther Noel Lake VncnMi! Bible' School of theCorn'uUJllr.v can help
NEWS NOTES of the University :
home short time last June 7
APPLIANCES Hue Mol*>ilt. Home was a giilnr, rii't-tlnff on
of Florida for Chinch of Key-
the :
BEAUTY SHOP week. arriving Tuesday landscaping After tne meeting she hcl'
JI For Free Estimates u4-ce'45irie.. evenhi". and leaving Sunday Ily Ilelon Kgan I ''A !shoit. ppilod, of Instruction, .,ston 1I"I'1ht. will be held In you!
I I the P dm'ntlonnl I I building I
I Charter( members at the i /(
I Keystone Heights! KEYSTONEBEAUTY Keystone evening after visiting with for, offlceis and mi'mbeis
dedication were Harold Law- Sund.u, June, 19. at 7.30 p
I 73. $$252: her pa:.t"ls. Dot and Dick uilllnr:, : attention to some for compl.t. protection you
SHOPEdith Aluminum Cabana McMlclmcl; April had been \ V\\: TO REMEMBER rence. non PnnKboin.! John (hnimcs, made by the Worthy m need Iniuranc that !Is adapt-
I Sunday June 12. 1966 Is aduy and Marie Bird. Mrs! Fwln!) Th- pi'ogiiim: will be con:
: nursing: nt City Hospital In Oinnd Mill; 'on. able to changing protection'
JohniMin. Owner
Service CenterJ.
T V Sales shall remember ci \h memhPis. of the
I i MeacivllU: Pa. and was on we: I.iii son. 'nnd O F.. Wiggins; At fie, next meeting on (hll'tl'd I >\ needs. That' what you get
K. 'riHKS: Proprietor Personal 1 Tills) day marks the culmination Miss Geitrude, Houser, irprejspntci. until lifter Blb'e'!. :[s<'hool. AhowlnK pIlI i'- In every Gulf Life policy with'
her W.1.to. Charity Hospital June, 21. the last .
213 miles South of Keystone Plan. For example
Rt. dreams andprayers niH lends of .
Authu:'ui'd. 11otorola.Phlleo & Creative I many ( her late' father J C puts ( some
Heights. Florida, Phone In Nt'Orleans.. to another ( HIP Mimmer,. letess' the chapter a mortgage policy can be
I have been real- the boys and mils have
Salts and Service Hair 'I that iromernd Mis Helen Lawrence -
475-2411 An Authorized I po ltI.m on the nursing staff v/ill honor Jessie Mae adapted' to provide retirement
I Ifted. for today mArks the I\li'rill. Mis Men ill's niiie1,, 1 during: the week Gulf
service On \ll ;Makes Imll%'Ulual Beauty Care llellnlr. lRl. .-r" Oatv Grimes of New Smy- i llitk'i\ : lew: Ora net AssocltitConrliu 'ncome. Ask this friendly
TV KAIHO) SrtKrOC : Every Form of Beaoty Culture I ,rna Bunch' Is a house guestof dedication of our new sanc- father ,nd Mr. Wlitglns' built | \ 'I !less Aillcles. made In the craft. Life Representative about Itl I II

OLOK :TV-, i Open Tues.-SaL 9-5; his biother-ln-law and tUAry." the old& church) and the latter activities will also be dUPii'nts -

Work Guaranteed TV Rentals Closed Monday : :NURSERY So Mutes the acknowledgement tplls of miiklnu biliks\ of YTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTNIEtROSEI 1)lay"r, ,
I sister.. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis 1'0-\\ ,.,'
Ke slune 1I..chb.173651.. I in the dedication program Quill I chills' on n homeninclefoim are invited to ncrnmr (- 1
> Di-Wlit. this week. ,
Keystone Height 173-485 O.C.Carnes Nursery Last wrck. Mrs. DeWltt's. In these words' of acknowledgement :Mrs MPiilll Is now >.i:u' their I'hlld..el1p"I'llm. # ::1.

I Is a short rIcan of women nt Jncksonvlllp -
Sales & Service mother:: Mrs B A. Grimes
Auto 23SK
Electrical Sales & Servict'Yeoman's IllHiiv '100. Horahome- history of)! the first church. tTnlvetMltyWrrds ,
and hr-i other brother. Danny fi'lends
Marke : Rnlhh.iminrr) ; more Army
;Miles ; of organUt'd, In 1924 with 20 Cannot express! the t\v Silly
Authorized Dealer For Oi'lines, both also of New rapt: mi 't :Mis Meiedlth I I Ii oct
Valient Electrical l'hlu.te; members of which beauty the brhhlnE'II1.! and ...............,
i Chrysler Plymouth NUISPIV StockThous- Smy.n.i Bench were visltlnu .... f'nil I' I'IIch'pn I i: of n B'lInmc, 1 :
only a few were able to attend the warmth of Clnlstlnn love"
Himca International Harvester Sales & Service and. of Plants & Fruit the D,'Wtts! Danny Is now dedication ] l'I'n"'U-.i.\I.S:-. Oa
Sunday's ns Is seen In this new snne-
Trucks. Scout 4-Whee: Tree, to choose fiom Nice with tinU S. Army: Reserves ceremony tunrv. rompleU-d with the I Li' c,.il E R Simmon's'! Dean Brown son of Mi.

Drive.Clayton Frigidaire Appliances Shade: Trees. Evergreens! nt F'Stewart.. OaH"h Dr. U. S. Gordon guest snores
RevelsChryslerPlymouth :Maytag Washers & Landscape Plants All Nc'kon.- Jr. has com- dedicatory I speaker referred i ones os. well ns thanksgivingto MaJ retired! and Mrs. J. his aunt anti un<'le. Mi

Zenith and Motorola TV In containers -plant anytime pletei Boot. Training. at to th, tn.nlster.: Dr Albeit C 01.; l The dedication of I .Viil.l., : I''h!i and (hlldii'ii L'I' anti M's fleinld Ei<'hl-i In III N 1 ,....t llr.ttt K.-4IC.V Jr..
Siegler Heaters & azaleas'. ;Memphis Tenn. and is now Oklii! LiiKleidnh. 'r.imnuBiov
Camellias and Sue of Lnwton pt :
I Holt .." the "spark plug" these will he held In the full J'hone 173-4310
INC. P. O. Box 16S !MelrourPhone Let us (do your I UnHsraphiK I, stationed. at Jacksonville Naval whom I Ihe late Frank Wal- Fol'i'Viiig)' the dinliclit ion. n I are Msltlim, them fur smenil" I Ilt ':". ci..tii iiti', ur1": nn u I IMis liox HH*
; '
"NOBODV UNDERSFLLS 4'7 -2Sn Ah Technical) Training; rath Jr. called on when the reception was held In the I ,"/ Nrxt( week tin-vie. ex- : : Alto. Binun h1' I lilt, Kryttitnn, Height. Fbi
: CLAYTON RtVELS"; Phone 681-56(13( Ceniji': He spend every .4t'ink,'
Community Church afKeeklrn "educatIonal, building,, % undei h<'i" indpnients: ; in : _
: 1030 N. Or nceOreen weekci.d:: In Keystone (when
Next !
I iContlniifd On Page
.. new pastor the Iliertlon of Mrs WallerOrollek
General; ConstructionFor ?
Cove Springs 2114-111111) he can net a pass I with hisfathE'
I -. Herb. Sr Tiibutc, was paid to president of the
Kxpert;" Home Repair K.- I and Mrs Holt by a verse Church Women. and Mrs. A -I@Oii
C'hnilos Oarber wa Drive-In Theatre*
inixlellnx. and C'oiistmrtloiiCAU. I THE BLUE PINES Hospital read by Ray Starnes chair- C. Gaunt Every offlrei

Service & Parts Foi' Package Store & \ In In Bapfht Jacksonville: Memorial for two days man of the Board of Trustees member. und friend, helped Fri., Sal.: -June 17. I I4 '

VOLKSWAGEN"If Although, Dr Holt ha- greatly In mnklnu this.. D"dl-
Keystone Home COCKTAIL LOUNGE I last week for minor survery v-irj'm
I It's For A Volkswagen Bill Beam rel'el\lJ\ many letters. tele- patory Day so memorable

I We Have It" Repair & Improve Open 9 A.M.-12 P. M. Except' I Jr.Mr enteitalned ana: Mrs last Saturday vrams. an! words of praye- One PUP. only ..say "God's In The 3rd Day

I Always Plenty of Good Used ment Service SundayDance evenlnv: Bt their home on and praise he singled out His h'aven. all's right with\

Volkswagens In Stock Every !'Saturday Night I Lake Geneva with a "shlshkabo'j only one-that of Lawrenre the wtrlJ: : with ficori'e: I'epp.ml:

J Green Cove ,Springs. 281-920' Plume 475-2411 Music of Connie and I cook-out" Guests In- K. Walrath of Washington. FKI.I.OUSIIIP l.m:

lit. 21-3 ;MII*.. South of The Fireballs I Don and Grace Pane D C. who was a charter Due to Hurricane Alma Sun., .Mon., TIH-S.
I, AUTO SIKVICB: ( Keystone heights. 4 !MILKS KAST OK I' Wayne nnd Shirley Douglas member but will not arrive the outdoor picnic scheduledfor June 1 19!), 20. 21
KEYSTONE hEIGHTS: Starke In Keystone until next week Keystone Beach. last'

KING'S .\ 'IIInlll'le| Home S..r.Ice I and Local Lola guests Lyon Included all of Arnold Treasurer of the Building\ Thuisday. was postponed i..I 0 I............I I I I t....... @

-- ESTATE: Herb Nelson Committee for the past two Tentative\ plans are to hold : .it's when a pretty
REAL: and Edith! Larsen ..
Service Station CARPF..NTRYRoofing1 David
Mrs. lush" I .
I covered
years the
Mr; and Mrs postponed .
_. Sr.. and GHOUL trades in
USED) ('.\ICS{ AT -- LAKE LOTS I W L. Beam JrMis was extended many thanks luncheon on June' 21: ut 12:'id :
Concrete, of ahE'Bulldl..1t her bed sheet
Masonry chairman
BARGAIN PRICES Lake Geneva fi'iOO ''Terms) Frank M.Walrath Frame Ilgen P. m In the Community :
PalntLng Plumbing Electrical Lake Brooklyn $3500 (Terms) granddaughter Committee. In discharging .- Church educational bulldlnn bra BIKINI!
ELECTRIC; has her

AND ACETYLENE: and Drafting available.Services Trailer;MORTGAGE Lots $500: KROKKK up 'Termsl I Mrs Sr. Camllle Oothe. and MrsOothe's }handed: itS Mr completed Starnes:: duties the PKKSONALS: \\\\USl't\\ Passbook Accounts
WELDING: :-. -- --- APPRISL SlIi1CEAssociates: son. Larry from keys and charged that, under Mrs. Ethel Wevman ..... { Savings
visiting returned
have lust -
Labrador Arthur Combs
MEUtOSR 473-2131
Our Plumbing' Department Goose Bay. "
hll : the constitution this
operating around the clock Mrs. M Ilgen 473-4319 heLai4. be one that from a wpek visit
House of Prayer
MELROSEAuto 24 service availablefor wrek, we gave the ad- with Mr! Weyman's daiiKh-
with Capt R l. vorn, 473-4152 teaches. and nerves all who \NVISIrE
local residents. Our work dress of Lena Clemen's son ter aol family Mr ant! Mis ;
Service la First Quality and our ser S.E.McKay, Realtoi George Allen. who Is In the seek to live a Christian life L. D. HUKhes. and grandson l

Richard June*. Prop. vice Is the beat We serve Mo- KEYSTONE HEIGHTS army; this week. we have Inspiring D'. OO> 'don sermon delivered full an ol! Lowry, In Houston. Texas ..0. >... '' 41/2 Per CentOn

Former Owner J. L. Motors bile homes Phone 473-4819 her other son's address: JohnT WhlU: there. Mr Comb'sson.
humor and paid tribute to
Allen. B-304-927: S. R. llmer who Is. a pilot foi
Macclenny \\'ctl I.. Thur.-Jime, 23GOES :J
General P.Dalrs IFor UISHMasonry ILESTAtRANTSBeidler's! Company 323. USNTC: San Eastern Air Lines spent a

I New Used Part. or Carpentry repairs! Diego. Cal.. 92133.A of new. And Just when we few days with them. CiTtilicates of Depo) :.it

.I Standard Oil Products R<*m.Hlellng or Additions; a Holiday young man In the servicecan had been) hearing: so many Mr. Comb's son William Held For. One Year.

Cottage, or a Garage; a Porch homesick leaves soon for two yeas !
t. ;.MKI.ROSE: fcet very nice things People have called WHERE
I or Patio; a 'arport or Florida Restaurant when he has the time-so, If anJ said. "It's like a letter service with NorthwesternAir ;41i THf

- I' Room; a UrUeuwy Sidewalk, Cnilfr New Ownership you hdie a friend In the from home" etc. and LI"l's In Japan. so Mr' ACTION

i USED! PARS!'! or :t..lr"ay; ; Cabinet or Shelving GIL PARKDES: Army o.- NavY. or whatever. there was \ha; nice letter I Weyman and Mr Combs

; Paneling or other fine ""!the Food Moderately 3rtceOP'S whv not drop an occasional from Sara Jo (tSprowl) Ora- I haw left to sD"nliomp.! KEYSTONE STATE BANK
t Hanks Used Cars I Interior trim work; Windows *' 7 DAYS WEEKLY line' etz. clear from Massachus- weeks with the latter's '

BIG or Dnort or a well-built ;New Foil Dinners! Lunches We trtvery\ guilty this duughteIn Pittsburgh theli JE Nii'
CASH DISCOUNT ae.t(4t( We. do promise to do Fla.
; :Member F.D.I.C. Heights,
.. Keystone
II TERMS: I I Home-%\ Can Serve Yvn. Ala Carte: -Italian Food week due to the lack of better next week. but we solicit former home Friends wishIng -

BUYSELLTRADE!'! design-and- drafting PIZZA BEER PIES I tern i It !seems that many your help in supplying to write Mrs. Weymanmay "Your Friendly Rink In Your Friendly
activities came to a dead stop Iterm Who visited you? address her at 1423 "
Rt: 1 Box 90 aaaintance available at no I Block North of Red Light Community.
''ast \week and we weren t I I Where. have beenetc. Laketort: Road<
you .
Hwy. IOU 8 Mllen M. :Sturk.1 charge to our customers. KEYSTON-K: HEIGHTS:
prepared for the sudden lack That Lumber U 473-4127 I


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family. Robert Sr. and his Immoltlee were guests of his! Saturday. have had their bare) of com' but I must close now. Doing I I Beulah J. Le.nnon; Speaker,

Melrose family. Truman and his mother Mrs. Ellen Tyler fOl'1 Quests this week of the II. pany recently. Mr and Mrs. the handwork at Ellam Baptist Rev. F. O. PinkHton pimtor
family a sister Mrs. Wll- a few days. Mrs. P. Vonri's! are Mrs. Cora Sos- Richard Barker Linda Gene Bible School in Melrose Mt. Morlnh Baptist Church

kerson of Ocala. a datiRhter, daughter Mrs. Betty Polls bee. :\11' Mildred\ Oeala; Invitation Harrell
Stordue of I and Debt and Mr. Barkers with thirty one Juniors turn- CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY Mitchell -

and Mr. and Mrs. William and elpht children of Haw Clarksvllle. da. and Mr. ani I mother Mrs. C. W. Barker.Sr. : ed loose with hammers has ; Offering Deu. John

i From Preceding Page 1 1bT. Roundtree of Cocoa. Two of thol'ncl1me' over Thursday Mrs. E P. McKenny of MI- I I all of Waycross Oa. have Just about done me In this Dlggs and IJcu. Albert Hodge.,

., Cecil R. and! Mrs. Mrs. Roundtrce'a grandchildren afternoon. They had a ami. Kfanddaughtcr.. Mary I visited with them. Mr. Barker I week. So until I :evlve-see RECREATION NEWS : m inated last Sunday at Daytona Installation of Officers, Rev" '.

Bopk': guest tor several days !graduated thin month. Weiner Honst In the back Vogh of Gainesville is spend Is a Miuaie dance caller and you next week-if I survive Tha Reno Recreation Boys' beach fOI' plrasan: F. G. Pinkston; Words of appreciation. "

Wa8t.,Mrs Hook's sister, Mrs. Now, Caroline Is off[ visiting yard. ing the summer with them. was here to call for a square I I I II Baseball Team travelled to Grove and Mt. Morlnh Rev. George. Le,.
In Colorado and Robert Jr.in (President
!Mrs. Mont Thomas of ) : Announcements
:Robert< Kirchner of St; on Mr. and Mrs. Jack Jlnklns dance ntoup In Gainesville. I II Jacksonville\] Saturday and I Churche.As the lesult. Rev ,
the Bahamas. Lake Butler spent the clay, and I Mrs. Annie J. Dell: Remark*.
Petersburg.. : noil. Tommy have returned Mrs. Kapc's si ter, Mr and were'lctorolJs in downingthe Hudson will serve as ministci
TrenlRothhammer's guest and hud dinner with Mrs J J Rev. L. A. Sampson: Benediction ,
hanie I
A luncheon was given the after a week'svisit Mrs. Jerry Oulledge. and
I Jacksonville Braves by a of the! church.
for two days last week was Ellen Tvler last week. In Jacksonville ; Sponsor "The Citizen
Rev. Jean II. and Mrs. with another daughters Wanda. Sandra I
score of 5 to 1.
Lindl Beard of Gainesville AntiOch Baptist! Ch1ll'chRev. Progressive League of Bradord .
Chance recently by the Linda Rothhammer was Shelllf! Holden. daughter of son.) Jack Edward and and Sheryl all of :Monroe. N. Playing an Important role Tliomns pastor. Services County".
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hold-' wife.\[ JO\re. down visit and
members of the Episcopal playljm In the yard at her C. came to -Baptist i in thvictory! was Bobby I were held Sunday. June 12.

Church the Episcopal home last Wednesday and en WitS guest piano soloist m :Mrs. Nancy Hudson nnc' take Mi,. Rape; and Mrs. First Ba.pU.tt! Rev J. D William.i who struck out ten Sunday School at 10:45: with %,... fur. Tin
Church bad bake Rale Sat- St. Johns! River Jr. College nlnce. Nancy hprnt Saturday Oulledxe's mother back t'' .
a !! Bowen. pastor; Ralph Cos"- batters and getting three actin" l> <> Miss Shirley Brown:
Into limb of I
riiuM .
ran a a nieht. with 1111,II'>, I'\ urday morning at the Post Annual Recital recently. another niece.MI's. her home. The three girls land organist.' hits. Following closely was <
tree. The cut on her eyelid supt. In charge. At 12:30: theserm'l0 IH hp"c'I,3'( l crl 'Mi? 'HIM,
Office and reported a wonderful requl.ed several stitches. Mrs R. L. Smiths slstor Olynn Rothhammer and stayed :an to enjoy about a Worship services : Sunday Arthur Williams with two I was delivered by the I rrlnyrtnn I fliiinill, the hii, 1''I.|

success. 'Tough luck Honey. Mrs. Frank Sellers of Daytona her seven children. Aftei month here with the Rapes. 11 a. m.. 7:30: ( p. m. [Inurser hits. Rubin Thomas and Al Missionary.: The pAstor. officers ft 1' ,of th i *> followlnir, I .crtiricjit.IIIIM I .
Mr and Mrs. Oeorge Chi Brach and her mother. church: Sunday Mr. Roth Over this past weekend Mr. filer) 'Hiilil. cortiricHti-n, t I t. f".
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Wesley open], Wednesday. 7:30: p. m vln Green also played an excellent -| and members! motoreri:! i hiS (1"'bd In. he iHmierl. tlut...
of San Antonia, Tex Mrs. Q. B. Harshburcrr, hammer! took them swlm- and Mrs. LonnIe Oornto and I t
ppplqt .
have gone to Bainbridge .sppnl tiunday School 9:43: a. m ame. i to Campvllle to worship with in. Th" ri IrI'iite. niiint. ,
as have been visiting family Oa. for visit with their several days visiting with he ming at Mr and Mrs. Rona'd son Johnny, also of Way-, mursery open), Training Union Mr. Jackson Is very pleased .1 Rev. Collins. The service mil yvHru I nt iHHtiannlv. t I.t.. .
here for several a I Arroll'l'l1Ilth'lovely lake visited this coimenlal I 4irll" >tti>u of the I'roperl) .i.",|
and friends recently. Mrs. Smith I cross. ]
the lastlnn perform-
6:30: p. m. [nursery open with
?on. Mr. and Mrs. R, F. Wes place.vvvvvvv.vvvyvvy. were enjoyed by all attend:! ti.. names III which. It was i,,< \
weeks. ley and family. After a week : starting Summer School it'' coup'f. ance the boys gave In their ing. <<>..H'I'| :h< c IIH frillntvft, :
Two of Mr. and Mrs. Bert the U. of F. soon.( For yean Mr. end Mrs. O. W Ellis\ I -CatholicSt. first "" "bal1 experience. I' rilfi.-iit.;. ,. NIL 111.I Yi-iti" ,fH.iMn \
there' they plan to on to Women's tw
go Day will ob- ..
Williams Edward A
Annette have been lately -Fr. : '' 1"111.
Chiapplni's children she has been the sixth grn-'e quite busy Registration for th i
Gray tor. Beach, near De- Kirby. priest in charge. Mrs. vII.1 I i sei'vel i July J 10. The public I I' """I'I'la'l I *n and Quanlta vLslting\ !Mr teacher at Melrosp They attended the wedding I .
are Funlak Springs for a visit\! High II mer program will begin Monday Invited to attend.-Mrs. Jessie #u'ns COM m. si!: c-on of \-vv: ,
and Mrs. Fritz Stockton of: with Mr. Wesley's sister Mrs Next year she will be the new INDIAN BEACH of their granddaughter, Mi9 I E. A. Lamm organist. June 20. at 4:30:: ( p. it SR'i: (.i ,run N. .ios.' ft. t..r.,
Pal tklL for several days. Librarian at Melrose High Judy Music\ in Rincon. Oa.Judy's Sunday-Mass, 7:30: a. m. at the' Reno Recreation M. Barry reporter. Jon TU-II$ : run' w a?:: Kt x: J','. \
Jerry Brown. m'l "1'.. K 210.7 KT M .%- ,
Monday Inquiry Class. 7 Girl: Scout meeting will tr PT i
Ouests of Mrs. Nell Roundtr.ee' Good luck. Mrs. Smith! brother. Jerry
ron "rx PAH ,
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Tyler 1r.nke Santa Fe SKr 1 i-
) ; Novena and Benediction. held Saturday. June 18.
for dinner last Sunday Mrs. Avid Gano nno1daughter. '' who makes his home herewIth p. m. NOTICE:! a T-B-S. 11-22 !I': 2 ,\. !i''-.
was several members of her :and four children, BeverlyAlvin Mri JAIK F. Miller Sr..yyyyyyyyy.yyyyyyyyyyy. lib grandpaents.) had I 7:30: p m. 8:30: In room, 22 at RJE HighScl's.1. All Of ii lll'l II.ili.piTI.the '.\ i,".,,0" n
Melissa leaving Citizens ;
Ji Larry and Ellen of are It | .
( All Girl Scouts are niiiily' .t Hraiirnrd Si II.
the honor of giving' the bride:! t
this weekend for Atlanta -'ntl'rdl'mnnlnatlonalCommunity will meet Wednesday I of Klorliln.t'n'rtHM : .
for away In a beautiful formalcountl' I RJE lEigh asked to please be present c Milch, ci.rtlfliul I i ,
Ga. several days to attend If the storm did not blow Church Dr at 8 p. m. at I i iCOrtirlclllOH
and! time. ,
nr. .
TRAVEL AGENCY church wedding las'Sunday. Hllltll 111- Veil< I", r'I|
the wedding of a relative vou all let's ) 'v C. Holt. minister: Mrs3eorge School.( All members are ask- | .
away get on iio.mro.MiN: : rtitxiiMM: Aix'nnlinir I I. \I.nthf I |>ro]>nidiMirrlhp'l ) i\
For Pull Information and Reservations on S. S. hanseatlcCRflSES Mhs Mary Anne Ham with the news on Indian, Being a family with Canova. organist' ed t to:>> b" present j The Initial In Hiich, ,',rtlfl 'ip| '.,
and :Mr David McClemmons. Beach. I'*, is most never acull moment. Mrs Sunday School 9:30: ( a. m Homecoming will be ob-i, Homecoming I certIflfilten' Milltf I \ Biild. I in' I Hi.hlirhirt .
AIRLINES: sHhI'S.-lIOTELS Interestingthis Program for Monday night l.ddr! st tic, ,,
Ellis relates that Just as another \ '''m I Ih.s'
Mal. Gen. and Mrs.' R. PHollt vteek Morning Worship. 1 11 1 &. m senert with services( beginning ,
BILL AND LARETTA BURNS HARRIMAN: : Caughter: and her famIly June 20: ooi.r on the I 11 rut Moii'lm",
daughter.: Mrs. David To begin with. one of thneighbors. 'Nursery open both hours], Jjne 20. and terminating Time 8 Place. Greiter III "in.uii: of July' llillu cc ,nl, nIH
were prepared to leave Snturday.; Juno 25 with. p.m.; I ihf huh PridgeU; of Amerlous. Oa Mrs. Jo Strand:! home for the weddinsr, one of -Epl co..a| the activities at RJE Hl h'Schoti. Allen Chapel Stai-ke: Host ( thlv 18th day uf M.IV.
Zf'UJ' & ant:! foul children have spen berg Is \going to be celcbra pastor Rev. L. A. Sampson: 15116.' l!
her little six year old grand- St. Anne's Rev. N. W The first service will' I : :
several: days visit with them 'ins her birthday come this Call to Worship Rev. L. A. (SHAD'
daughters Jumped and broke Worstall vicar; R. G. Copeland be held Monday nliht. June, I Ch.il-lt" A. t>Hi-li, '
They loll to no back home Sunday; : Juno 19th. I believ i Samson:: \\'clrome.11': ,.. Bernice >
604 Laura St. 336-6371: Travel. Inc.. her arm. Another Ellidautzhtr'i' organist 20. at Greater Allen Chapel 1'1'rk..1 ""Ir'ult',, CMIIII I I ,,.1 i illllllfKIU
(he toM! me that she will be'something" ,i Morris: Response!, Mrs.! CIIIIIHJ Fl.ifHlu.
Mr. and Mrs. E. D Morning Prayer and Ser Church Tht'l'e111 be a week ,

-. maybe over like"sweet about sixtl'l'n" Hall their daughter Mrs. mon 2nd and 4th Sundays of services.! Tuesday night ...... ... A. ___ 1J"\\ .itNowyou'can
I ..
llendi' Carver and of course 9:30: a. m. [nursery open.! services will be held at New -- ,.

JACKSONVILLE fifty nine yearMy! onlj,I the pride and joy of them Holy Eucharist and sermon Hope Baptist Church. The

I J BUSINESS DIRECTORYANTIQUES hope is I that I am ai younrwhen ill great-grnnd.son Chris 1st and 3rd Sundays 0:30: A public! I is Invited to attend. IC1I11Inl i
reach thIs
age so weekend M. [tnursery ) '
Carver spent the I openl. ChurcJ: NEWS

"Happy Birthday' to you, here from) Savannah.. re School. 9:30: A. M.\ "Huiy Eu- Services' \l'l1be\ held Sunday buy'Investors
Aunt Jo.
cently. Orandson Jerry had I harist. 8 a. m. each Sunday. beginning, :! wit'i Sunday ,
HEARING AID PET SHOP Mrs. Edna:: Klnchen was gone to Daytona Bench Tues. Evening Prayer, 7:30: P. Meach School at 10 with Mrs. F. B.I| Stock Fundfor$20
happily overrun with
TIlE corn day to attend an FFA con Sunday. EYC 6:?' P. M Delpstrr In charge. Morning i
ANTIQUES For Best In Hearing SeeSONOTONE; nnnv IhU past weekend. A I Iiinlhc'od vention. This ends Friday! each Sunday. '
on service at 11. At 3 p. m. the' *
Kongo Pet Shop friend of Edna'laIiht'I and he plans to return then. Dally offices of Morningand Choir Union will\ be held. a month !
Bought-Sold- -Appraised ( thp late'! Cleon K
FurnitureChinaGlassSiiverI3rassOil; 1'0'Nlipsf"ltf'LI..ra: "eeVfi' We. too had a busy week Evening Prayer, 8:00: A I The public is Invited to. at- 1
POODLE GROOVING: cime with her family past: we helped out a vaca- M. and f 5:00: P. M.Presbvterlan tend. Evening service will beheld j
PaintingsOne OF JACKSONVILLE"The ind vinite-i! : and entoypd a t take Now you can accumulate mutual fund shares
Sweaters Collars ,
Tags. tlonlnz,: family: the Billy I nt 6 j p. m.Choir on a
Piece" Ilinine. full Pet Supplies \vp"kpnrt. They were lpeo Halls of Theresa 'lor Hampton Jar monthly payment plan to fit your family budget.
or is
u rehearsal held
Smallest IeAl'h |
Strongest; and BIrdF'i4IllIaiIi't5rTaiy< : .. mrl Ftclnn CuruthPrs. daugh. surbarb"I know not t Faith Presbyterian Chums With payments of $20 a month-"after an initial
lima Hearing Aid In the World" I & Sun. 11.11T'.M.\ ter Pebble and son WayneWBVPP -Rev. J. R Nale Ji min first and third Tuesdaynlsht" $40 payment-you can acquire shares of Investor
Ward Antiques I which) They were to bo off at the home of Mrs. Stock Fund.This .
Only < o. n..ulnlfltl ;"11'1| Pat. Klnohen and ister: Mri. W. A. Wallace, oraanlst ,
3572 St. Johns Ave. Closed! Tuesday: for t. O'anRe. Oa. early on Cor nc Butler All chilr I is a mutual fund
23 \\>Ht :Mnnrnn 8930 Rd. Norm.indU son Ro'and jolnnri In an-1 : Mrs. Carl Swisher I designed to provide lonir-
Jacksonville 353-1163 llerlong I mid this Thursday morning when members are asked to pleasebe term capital appreciation possibilities a. well
Jacksonville 387-1379 Section occasion for all to summer organist. a> a
I Billy tot the mechanic urge present. reasonable income.
Call Collect W. Jacksonville 781-280O rememberPoir and seems like it Just did Sunday school. 9.4 m For full details ( of
prospectuses) Inventors
I Mrs. Tom Norwood- Morning Prayer Meeting' Is hold: J Stock
not urge; him enough. Afterabout a m Fund and the new Investors
Auto Sales & Service HORny SHOP PIA NOS!;-O K ft A NS here sh ha? recently endured three sessions. Jack: Sunday [Nursery open both each Thursday night at 8 p. Accumulation Plan-

A "nlnfnl surgery: to havtl' hours.J m. All members and friends'' V
Mason & Hfunlln pianos helped: him !get all squared
WESTSIDEVolkswagen ulloiises; removed from I arp Invited to attend for CALL YOUR
FIELDSHOBBY away and we hope they had
Hammond Organs >"rr, spiritual:! strength ,
f"pl.| nn-j I is quite bmy Title 4
Inc. Magnavox Organ' a pleasant! trip there and ThreatTo '
SHOP Inc.A W'lI k.l't: them right back on I Pleasant Grove Methodist I MAN TODAY!
"You Get" A Good Peal At- back. Due to mv experiencelast
AUTHORIZED DEALER oanl'il! Of course no onp can year this time, I offered; Basic Rights, spi-vlces will b. held Sunday I JOE (Ski) VALINSKI
Complete! Line of 1 blame this wonderful woman Realtor with Church School at lOa ,
my seryces!: ( to chaffeur them Says
Stolen, X Purl Boat & Airplane Builders Sup' F. O. MILLER rljJ r.f.Wo|l'Ann mother for he-and trfru Atlanta during; the five m. with Leo DeSue supt. In Phone 961-1073

Service! yff Body Shop plleK.--Specializing in Radio I .""! ,I Tom plus daughter Alma Mr'l: o'clock rush traffic. but for TIN Bradford-Clay Board I charge.: Morning service will 532 South Street

Open 8 a.'n.8 Controlled Models .,.,., II.....,1/ "". r....... i". ,; I dy and her family are t some reason they graciously I of Realtors, has launched a be h'ld: at 11 Evening service -
8 p.m. Sat.--Cloned Sunday arid Equipment J.U'kMOnHIe anxiously: awaltlnit! the ar decllri<"l the offer. rump-nun:; advising all home Rt 6:30.Annual: .

1150 LANE AVK. SOUTH I I Open Evenings till 9 Pl\(. rival flliht. of the three o'clock: There was only minor damage ownelS to study carefully Conference term .'" ,.\ ", "- 'Il", ,, ,. "h ''f clII,, < ,4, 1'"'= ,,jI!,! _,"..r ...
on Monday
Phone Jacksonville 384-3441 afternoonSon in our area caused by: Title IV of the proposed federal ; I Iij

602 So. Edgewood SAWSPEARSON'S Larry Is to arrive for a I Hurricane Alma. The John civil rights bill now before :

Parrish Jacksonville\ 3888663Men's three weeks vacation from I con' II
MotorsSALES Shaughiiessy home miraculously tress.Dar.tl ,
his government work in Saigon. escaped a huge tree 1 W. Davis of I
Saw & Knife !So' what fAmily wouldn't II
that fell and Just did glaze Park president of the board. ,
!' \ & Boy's Weai SALES &: SY.RV.CE bp Just us thrilled os this oneIs says
j the edge of the roof. "Rpaltors are convinced'' I
SERVICEPARTS ALL TYPES OF SaWS. ? Larry will still have nine t
T. that
-0 However. I must say I It home and property 1
5027 Broadway Ave. morp months In Viet Nam left this Miller with owners( regardless 1 I
"Quality Clothe* for :Men an family of their
but '
Jacksonville EV 1-3181 rl'ht now all that Is 1mportnrit I
32 Years As A Dealer Boy. !Since 1919" I, Is the some frayed nerves especially personal feelings on other''
Always Good Used Cars SEWING! MAChINES too-shoit. next< three(i Jack and I. Dij:! you i Hssperi.s of civil rights will

_ eli Laura St. Jacksonville! Van He.u.sen Stetson Hats weeks. The Nori i ever to to bed "expecting" a want to file obtpptions with

Phone 3M-I>6M McGregor Gold Cup Sox SISfiERv'r.. :iIriGLike I Mike wood''Eddy arandsons.! are here Chuck doing and;I I I storm and be awakened In the I I their Representatives and| u Q1
wee small hours to find as
"n'nmplete Formal Wear Ken ii you soon as they,
Automatic Transmission! New In 4 Dr. Cabinet I I thch-\; bit to hPlp with the u i are sleeping in the middle of f realize that this title woulV::

Sold New over $300: nrppnintions and will\ rplurm 1 n C'.iiilne maternity ward? wipe out) a basic right of all W@JQQ 1lQ[ [?oo 0[};) ,

Automatic QlounqrncnsShop| Bal.. !$i7:! or $:J.OII) I'pr1",11: I home when they nil! meet at I i Our "Honeychtle" preceded rltlzprs that has been con-

Transmissions | Ideal Sewing Center thp nlrport In Jacksonville, with her "expectations" in Rldpl''d unassailable since the @ @CSG\ @a Q
& I on Mondnv. I Ci 9 9T
310 Main Corner. Duval ALL MAKES I the middle of our bed 1 In the foun<1ln7! of this nation 'a [ @

Motor ExchangeBIG Jacksonville New and Used \Machine: "Pnp". Norsworthy WIIS off r I middle of the storm! Having "This I is the rlaht< to sellor r2,;

DADDY WALTBemanufactured 848 Cassat Ave. I to O.l.iniln lust week. He attended ,I been transferred to a more rent private real propertyor ; '1 11

.lackvonvlUe. 389-5071 the Florida Medical appropriate aboie.:! we hap. H.) iefu.se to sell or rent $.*: d* ,,_ __,__._;,, ___..
Transmissions :MOTORCYCLES\ Convention and called the I pily report that "Windy.1 -to whomever! the owner ii-: -

Motors TRACK SERVICE Robert! !Meyer hotel "home" "Stormy" Blowly' -.1 11| and(I rhoosF.i. for whatever reason ,
By Quality Craftsman: for tie: week.
"Alma dale are hale and I tiny coercion or dicta
2097 \V. Beaver: St. HONDA RAY'S In talking with the Pnrdpp hearty. little dauchound- Urm from the govern.

Jacksonville 333-1771: 1 M O TORC) Y CIE S TRACK SERVICEPortable family they had Just received -,I bPaglc.i. ment"

a most welcome letter I Young Mike Mlddleton of Davis! said that basically

TAMPERS All Models--Nothing Down Truck Press' Srrvleinullilozrrs from Chuckle who Is still in' Fort Mjers' I Is here to spend I this prcposal, would empower

Merchants Green Stamps WpiiliiiguSd1 ,! / Viet Num. He had Just 1'1'-1 I the next two weeks with us. I the ftrternl government to I
Open( 8 A.M. to 7 PM. Jk: Crawl..n"We'll turned from '
Cribbs Campers a mission for Durlni A ride to Melrose on force an ownpr to sell or
Monday-Friday Krep 'cm Rolling" much nedPd "R lease _
and R -or Tuesday morning. Mike em- his property to a person II -1

Del-Rpy Campers 8 AM. to 6 P.M. 7287 W. Beaver as we civilians might need to phatlrel'y stated that whathe not of his choice. "This __ _

Saturday and Wednesday Jnrksonvlllp! 38B-4B21:! known rest and rehabilitation liked about being out would cover every t type of _
Shasta Trailers CLOSED; SUNDAY lenve. At the tlmp of here was the curves on our hou'tii-' > from a rented room
Skamper Convertible* MOTORS &: CYCLES: ; his letter wrltln Chucklewas dirt roads When I denied:I to th;" land to be used as the 3-bedroom COMANCHE

41H9 Blending Blvd.Jck'onviIIe MERMAIDAQUARIUMS In Sfllann. All an Insight: him that and accused him I site of n dwelling." Mr. DavIs '
Trad**-n nk Financing 771-8241 I to how busy these boys are that he just simply liked our said. If 6 II..furnish
5-108 San kept Chuckle [ 95 models from which t 10
Juan Ave. relates how he I Iu good old country living he "If an Individual lacks the
Jacksonville: 383-9348 siidcl 'r.ly remembered rushed u -. choose your new horn.
Complete Aquarium Supplier agreed like this\ : "I know right to dispose of his prop- '

CHAIN SAWS MUSIC Importpd| Fish, All !Specie| I nut. bought the !gift and Aunt Louise I hope some day P erty freely and within his W6 .,.furnhsh, all the money nt
CALL OR COME: BY mailed It home-only to thenremenilier I Ii Just to come out and live i own discretion he Is not build the home of your choic.

Middleburg Chain Moii.-Sat. 10am. to 6 p I m i that his younger! with you all." Sunday was a truly the owner" Davis de- We'll.I

Paulus Music Co. Sunday 2 to 6 pm.We I brother.! Marsh hid! gradu- most .pleasant day with us I clare.1. .."and!. all details' and con'ructioltto ;

Saw Sales i, ated LAST year; -- and''' for after ''a quick trip to I .ati.faction_
Order' Any FI..hvaU..bl.' "All home and property your no delays-no' r.d lap.*. W.
it o ;M n' i. i T r. Band & String: Instruments 91.1 S. Kdffewood: Ave..lnrksonvllle 'i'strnnae ns the C'olnclenceIhp :! 'I Oran 'e Springs to ret cl'abs.1 owners\ should understand We'll. s I IECONDcFW

Money M.ikin' Chain Saws Gibson Guitars & Amplifiers 88-0404 sent the same kind of gift ] we IIhll\\'?d this gourmet with I the Import of Title IV of this ..I.t up aosy monthly payments to fit; your buda>t. 5

SALES & SKKVICK; : School SuppliesInstruction I I as last vpar. So It seems that I Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Tanner so-caed!! civil rights bill No cash down.1ui'.d-pay like rent.

PArts and Repairs All Makes Roberts Recorders WESTERN STORE I he has }md quite a busy PAst of starke. Mr. and:! Mrs. Co- : which would destroy a trad- Well

Two & Yazoo Power Mowers Music LibraryExpertRepair seven months: wouldn't burn Rain and Suzy and: Mr. ], Itlonnl I basic freedom enjoyed ..build your home 10 virtually! any"ag. ofcompUlior

_!Rt. 21 MlddleburK 282.5050 Department LITTLE DUDE you think. And P. 8.-he still and Mrs. Ed Gardiner of I by all Americans under the slither with or without inside finishing. You may
I likes 1111'11.- Gainesville. purchase packages of inttrior, finish material and
41 \V'. !Monroe St. Western Store iruise of f provlJln:! a new "
Mr. and Mrs David 1 Rape'' Plea.io forgive my yawn. Install them yourself..purchase them installed
EUCTHICIOTOUS: I : Jacksonville 355-8It7' ugnt lor minority groups,
Where You'll Find Everything ,- ,| and then let their by Jim Walter or make your own arrangements .
Congressmen for interior
completion. Th.
For the Horse
Peavy Brothers 3310 Beach Blvd. Enthusiast" I Learn To Swim-Or Swim Better! ],I Davis know saId! how they feel" do yours.If-th. mot you save.more.finishing you _

Electric Co. Jacksonville 308-3091 Western Clothing,: Leather I

goods. Saddles and Trailers I & In beautiful' modern -.

t'ServtcedRepairedtkneratOrsStarter5" \ MUSIC-InstrumentsMARVIN 902 !So.' Edgewnnrl.tRIIIIOWELL Ave.Jarlnonville ; 20x10 ft. Pool, in To slippery avoid spins roads:and Always skidson Calf, mite or stag? 6/. the Jim; Walter fotefan ,fa Yn'fr!' Wzse _,

Alterations Lovely Setting drive slower than normal dry. area for your free home or cottage brothure.
Armature Rewinding road, !rpffi! and make no !mid

4044 Lenox Ave. Center Classes den moves with the accelerator r-..- -- -

."' ckonvill > 387-2528 gearshift brakes, :;:; | -a Zn
FLOOR COVERING Fender. Gretsch & Vox Guitars Well Drilling Co. :- Now In Progress clutch or steeringwheel.: .

King Hatten and Selmer I would J lit. la Vno. I
ROCK ARTESIAX!' WELLS PLAY mara about your bvUdtne; ami, .
Band Instruments CHILDREN'S CLASSES (age 4 and up) IT !SAFE \ financing" plan.Plxn* ttnd. .me free easaiu I I...
Looking for Complete Electric Water Always enter and leave WI ARE OPEN SUNDAYS "biMrntidtne... I
a 'j
Ludwig Sllng-erland Rogers Systems Beginners. 9:30: a.m. Advanced. 10:30: ( a.m. I
better carpets t Drums parked car from the curb C I Vomt Q J Cenage
I IRRIGATION ADULT CLASSES side of tae street. Open car JACKSONVILLE. FLA. 32205 ] NAME I I

visit ? 1.tJ- RentuU & Rrpurlr* on ALL SSO; FIIFIN.VNCINO Hyde Grove Ave. Beginners 2 p.m.-Advanced. :3 p.m. doors .ni'p a hazard to passIng 3281 West leaver St. j ADDRESS_ _ A.--_ J
;j2a; motorists and If you Ret P. O. Rox 62 I IS
400 MAIN ST. Jacksonville Three lessons( :a week : 'fue14"4.'d.. Thurs. J CITY .STATE_

574 HOGAN, downtof. Jacksonville 353-0935: j (all Collect 3S! !>-J Ult Call :Airs. I'red Dudd. (Qualified! Instructor out may on tp!me) Into driver's the aid1'path. you ot I'hun : ::1 l5t.15i3: I I '.'.pha.I .... I

-"I.--- = = ---- /I. 173-1206: for rate, etc. another vehicle. \ '- I I j My property Is located In _____ ivvw'. .'. I

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P.\_,F_ 'UnTEF.NSj& _
BRADFORD roTnvrv TRLRf1RAPff KTARRIQ rr-onm .__
JUNE 18. 1968

'-.1, ( -... ONLY
'1 : .' :'t"I
!. .I ....
: JackflMvllU DI.UI,.tiMIII J.ck. lll.OlvlilMw '
I,A r _____ r YOU GET TWO

f ,(yl > j" i _ I+\ r SURPRIZE SLIPS EACH PARTY TIME eo r..: ZiJ

." r:v 1 I I '-, YOU VISIT FOOD FAIR | ... -,'.a
r I P ...+. I 1v THIS WEEKEND... ,

\::'_]I I / .. Pai I _....:, c -j L. -S DOUBLE CHANCES YOUR TO WIN1' *... ,1M. ,.....,19M
"_ ,_.__ / -
....a ..:.;.....__ '_ ___ ? UlllpIlhZe, '\
no\ation Of "A" Building r.. III.-I-N.-. I1N ww-i1 YI..TIN. W Lu
w. 1w' 1
Work has started on the rw. - .- A.R. .1Pw1..1
south end of "A" Building _-r wr.-r r r wrw w.r ww .- .
The existing space availablepro'll r '" "
!3 for a total of seven + .
classrooms. When the remodeling MAKE :
: ; work Is completedwe : -n a 9teJk
will have nine classoooms,,I :
akA .
size. ,1Jn
all above standard LLJb
In addition to providing / FIRM RIPE
extra classrooms the old dull I U.S. v tOMATOES
dlBR l1ear. New Hunting fixtures : == == CARTONSCHUCK
"m) be installed with a I _
maximum number of electrical 'QGFAIRU.s.D.A.CHOICl() ..118e 29*
outlets In each of the SAY21t11
rooms.This. STEAK................. . ...
1& the first major FATHER'SDAY CALIFORNIA ,,,
renovation section of "A'bulldln FOOD FAIR U.S.D.A. CHOICI .Be SPECIAL! 4 & LEMONSROUND el MI.
In many years and La
when It is completed prior to I Ieptembp.l. BONE ., 1 ... LBS"L""M"'
$ we will have a '. .
,much :improved facility. OOD FAIR u.s.D.A. CHOICE sae FRYER '. : SUPERMARKETS
At the present time the ..
renovation section of "A"I BEEF RIB STEAK.............SAYESt0. ... '-......... '
bulldln: figures in our plan: I ... ..-
for Incoming 7th ftradTs rOOO FAIR U.S.D.A. CHOICESIRLOIN $109 .
during the 196 -67 school QTR.PRICES GOOD THRU THE efl.
year.. By utilizing the new STEAK..................!...!.!...! QUANTITY -/f' i' 1j 1L
space,) for the 7th grade! curriculum I RESERVEDROUND t

cohesive gram adequate educational to meet pro the STEAK............SAYE2Tt. .. !. LEGS OR BREASTS

needs of these youngsters. _______ J11fL( e::!:!!y Cantaloupes' CORN


Floyd Denmark PORKlOIN.,..L.! .69c1UMROSE COTTo (HEESE"'HH..3S tru 5 SLICED TURKEY a0
Services HeldWednesday 2Ht S.COOK OUIK BMP : !
CANNED(ccv. 2 ,..,.u.u.. '''' EARS 49
Floyd: II>nmark. 40. died PICNICS,?.tetAN..S 199AIMER ...._.99$ $1.89 IAVI J0|.NO MUSS.110.uN i) Each /
Monday morning In Jacksonville OCIAM PERCH .
: I .... 'USH FHOZCH /
where he had lived GRAY SKINLESS( 10) ..:'....39t( FARMER GRAY FRESH 2 LB $149 1PKG ... ..
since 1950. and was! employed 49eFILLETS ,.
93 a used! car salesman. I FRANKS' \-... '.... o ." v
*\"r, rv-imark was, born In'
Jacksonville on May 31 1928.' ERMANl( IAR-I-Q(save 4)() C DIKE FREE "PARTY PITCHER"/ WHEN YOU PURCHASE
and lived for several years !In a
Lawtey. moving back to I FRANKS.t4S. WE
Jacksonville: : from there. His HOUSE
father was the late LeRoy GIVE MAXWELL

I Mrs1.Burvlnn Lois Carter are his of Lawtey mother. 11AM..SAYEIOt. ...Se:..PNO. .59c FJ I

I three. aid daughters Cathy Denmark Vickie. Patty alli (>AYE ?0< MAYFAIR IMP. SLICED SWISS III INSTANT

I of Jacksonville; two sons.,
Mike rnj: Ronnie Denmark
of Jacksonville; one brother.' EVERY riscO 79 SPECIAL lOot .
Karl Denmark Jacksonville;; 3 IB CAN COFFE
I two half-brothers. Charles I Il I PUt SAVE 20C ....."PARTYPIrCHER"............'......... J
l and Lone Carter of Lawtey: $QCMUCNNAGDNBREADEDSTEAKS:: ....\!.69C CHASE I ;

Starling and two and sisters.Mrs.Mrs.Oeorge Leon FOOD FAIR' INSTANT COFFEE.....SAVlJM.I1AIIf'JG.r................r..........89 lI -

Shufird of Lawtey. I = : ::::: : :.:= $B SHORTENING..:..a caM.r 69J.
:: : rrrrwy
Funeral services were held 1 .::__: _::__:. __ .-.. -- - ..rrrrLlO r.l
- -
at 10:SO a. m. Wednesday In -.-.1)"mJ1--.II'' I rrr-- wrrrrrrrr rrrr rrrR.I[ 1
Jones Memorial Chapel with I :I B i.t 0.........- ') _...''Io..A-..... :: 1 '1 .M*> f '
Rev. Gerald Suggs and Rev. j 1 : FR1IRA! 11 PRIL LTRA SAVE 10 ARISTOCRAT

Glenn Lawhon officiating. : MERCHANTS. GREEN. STAMPS.. J':.:. MERCHANTS. GREEN-..,.....STAMPS......?.. ', 1 39cNEWI
Interment was In Dyal 1 . PL63' C 1 PLATES 4 a COUNT
Cemetery with DeWitt C.Jonex : J T.I MRS..L:' T'S'STICK 11 11.. *bTQ Bt'/PFFPIKI '. I II AP"E"'R ........................
Funeral Home in 1 ;: ."..*.wHIPPEDMARGARINE. --i' .i*'....-.. ".7M> =-"jmmi!* I
charge. I :: :: _:__ .JJ. :: qualify
I 1. M".._,, I'' :&IlEaI': : (|: 1 FOOD FAIR 99C VALUE. FOOD FAIR our highest .,
&1J + JAR.
Draft Quotas I !I .... i ......... | I '. BAKERY MIX 1401 with 'Uman.. ) 69 CI
Are Boosted MERCHANTS racearRA GREEN STAMPS :! MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS. :j + OUARANTCCD fUlJH tAKCO..OMfH4ft !ICE TEA ,.N_......(...................... t
: j ''''"''' ''''' 1
wy"sc""noNJ: ; ;:, :: ;" i : 1t,
Me-esre; : ;; ; le
For AugustThe : .OTTLI 1
I $B. OS 8''DE'' POR L.1: QT I (!KRAFT VALUE FRESH Ami Ass VALUE FOOD FAIR our highest quality CREAMY
DICTIONARY coRNb ._ .! :
of De- 1 : : ::;; _: '
Department ;:;: .nn 711oil a".1.391
I PIES.......... 39 y
fense in Washington has issued 12. JAR .
a call for 32.000 drafteesto 1 ----------'c.---f.----------m--. I. I REAL GERMAN CHOCOLATE. ANUTBUTTER ......."... -
be inducted into the Army (1 : CHOCOLATECAKE..99
during: \; Augustthe biggest: -IRaTRA PR1fRA, STAMPS J ?! I
call sine May. _MERCHANTS, .---.GREEN- STAMPS.*...,... j H; MERCHANTS.- ..- ".- i (: I ... ,....r '''', JUNE BOY FRESHKOSHER
The quota was nearly 6.000 T.HT.MINT .yKK_ /MG 01UNIT> J JJfc .. b
men higher than the 26.300 : B 'INSECT KILLER .:: DRY TREND : 1 601 / 14 DllLS..59ci

more Inductions than set double for the July, June and t._:.__________.._i_.22._ "- __:;.;.;;_--:t.------.:___.______,::2-1__,.._::;;;. .7s..!': 1 JAl; s I NIFTY BRAND \

call far 15,000 men. The May M lli&fil.:9"I : : : ..I!; I LOW-CALORIE
draft quota was set for 34- :EEt ; Vf: ASST FOOD FAIR REGULAR OR RITZ

000 men., i [[ [? ::i MERCHANTS.,GREEN_._STAMPS :I 1 "" tlMIT-2 WITH APPLE i 2oz *1
quota indicates I i 15
Th high August GREEN STAMPS K" "" FOOD O'DEI
.. .. -
that the Pentagon : ...._.....-..- :.' 32..0TTLI' I ". DRINKS ... CANS -
KG20 $B" e 1/111N.
plans to( continue at least I $B ceuarrsaullt' 'I; LIQUID, TREND : ? E. I I I
until fall a rapid buildup of :.._._.. SPLIT_ ROLLS, .. _..lIh_.. .______ .-.22."- __._._.__.u.: 1 a t .. SAU C
military forces because of ----------------1 ,"' Der Laan
the Viet Nam war. I Van

With more than three million of-' /.j.' .,, Pure .Pork HollandLUNCHEON -....
men in uniform as Frozen Foods by JAR IS'

May about I,35.000 and Increases a month.running the: HEALTH.& BEAUTY AIDSI! '.f SAVE 18C LOAF,

services already are nearing

previously goals. : set manpower i PRELLLIQUID Morton ?_ t "l'r.': -''::: ,Ja CHARCOAL 1Zos $1J .
M 3 :
All FishingLicenses -- -

ExpireOn SHAMPOO POT PIES /. ow"

June 30thAll I lot BTL $1.09 ELSEWHERE o 10 ..
f'wh water fishing 11-I 18 4 1.
rpnses expire on June 30 and 555 REG. fi
for 5 8 $1 ASS? BAG
I new licenses are required 4 01 ? j
after July I, County JudgeT. 58 C. an
I A. Yawn. announced this i iweele 5H PKGS = ",' / ASS'T DELICIOUS FLAVORS

Must. t fishermen purrhsspnew SAVE 17* GLAZED OR POWERED ? "- ---- ICE MILK
licenses! as soon as they MM "I
,I delay I """"'p
lire available some $
until lust prior to going fishing $1.69 ELSEWHERE HOME PERMANENT rjDONUTS.I8.CT3!! FOR. 44, .

without, and a others license will "until fish LILT SPECIAL...,....._..NIN.IM.$1.37 GERMAN CHOCOLATE NEW J FASHION DESIGNED ASST .COLORS 1/2/ 39,1
cauiht. Judge Yawn said. VALUES Uf TO $1.49 GAL!
"A fl
thp said.fl'hlnu teat Wildlife trln.expensive" Judge offtc-rs Item..rr.Yawn of....a. GLEEM..........._.FAMIIY"SIiE!!) .___.63 APPLE 'COFFEE RING PILLOWCASES I SAVE lOt: f

el 2.4!\ persons In Florida for $2.35 ELSEWHERE HAIR SPRAY DANISH..N.L.M1101 69c PKG 99T .. .0
in '
flshlnsr: without a license HIDDEN MAGIC ._.$1.68
"A fine ...._ OF 2 .q N '
April. --
one ran, wrtip month!to-IIP far nu% >re "xrn'e ...............
than the cost of a
tl.tun. licence Judge Yawn\
said. I

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,..................te/ Lair; nranrh Baptist Church I donvilio Mrs. Britt and baby I Thursday night of last weekIn chlldren.Mr.t.! In the Baptist Memorial of Lake City Mrs A. M. I lie Intoxication, sentenced to i i ceased on June 6 and 13 while
with ''hr! Rev Melvin Z. Wat- iriurned to their Home Sun the library of tine MnmlAsue ;- ,. Eleanor of
I J Fllllnr.ham:: HoKplu; In Jacksonville and Jones arid daughters and:! a I a tine of $27.50 or to five Unys! Mayor Chitty attends National
soil ,It-lol' of t.hc Graham: I day. Jones Elementary Jacksonville visited Mondayof Us expected to return home granddaughter; of Starke. In Jail. ,I Guard summer training.

i Baptist Church, officiating. Rev. and Mrs. Jack Waters I School. last!! week with Mr. and this weekMrs Mrs. Ella Morgan of Day- I Karen Sue Woodburn, failure -

By Mrs. A. C. Sla4Ie I Burial 1 was in the church and firmly of Baldwin were I The Baldwin Band High Mrs. Dots Higglnbotham.: Mr. J, W. Page is a pa- ton, Tenn and son Junior I to yield ,the rightofwayand

Phone 289-4-191! cemetery under the direction overn'ght guests last Thurs- School students enjoyed an and:!, Mrs Raymond Kllgore tient )In St. Luke's HospitalIn Morgan and his daughter of I causing an accident, placed Cigarette Tax
444444444444444444444'End I of John M. Brinkley of day of Mrs Dorothy Waters. I outing Friday afternoon of and family and Mr.. and Mrs. Jacksonville Dunlap, Tenn. visited the on 30 days probation. I

I clenny. 1\lac-1 Rev and Mrs. Waters left last wale! and a hayilde at Gene Johnson and daughter.Mr. Mrs Betty Johnson of Bill Brownings from Thursday George Palmer Ford" ( Jr., Payments Made

Of School Party |i Mr*. Pace, a native of Friday) for several days In. I Strickland's. Landing. With I II and Mrs Buddy Brad- Macclenny and Mrs. Dora uitll Tuesday.Mrs I' Negro, unlawful speed! by ,
Mi., Sonny Griffin enter-1 I Pasn County died Sunday I Lakeland and the children the students were Mr. Jokela.the shaw find son attended ; north were In Jacksonvilleon Ronnie Grlffls visited traveling: 100 mph In a GO';!'1 Cigarette tax collection
talned at the! Griffin home! In .1 Jacksonville Hospital remained': here with their bard teacher. and several homrromtnu Sunday at the' a shopping trip last 1 relatives In St. Petersburglast : I mph zone, fined $152.50 for April in the City of

last WP' k with n party for after t mi illness of several grandmother for the week chape ones. home of ;Mr. and M"s.: Handy Thursday.RAIFORD. 1 SatUl day night Mr Judith Lee HrouKhtim.( failure Starke totaled 857879.
her children; celebrating the I The Elementary Band Mlcklcr in Arlington. I to Collections: In other town-,
( weeks. 8m-\Ivors, beside her ; GriffU attended a District yield the rightofwayand :
and of the school) year. )i I j| husband. are a daughter end.Mr.. find :Mrs. Buford Hlgxinbotham along with Mr. Jokela and : Patty Parrlsh of Jacksonville ,........ VYnnYV VTV I Deputy Grand Masters meet- )I I causing! an accident, placed -> of HIP area were: Brooker.

The youngsters enjoyed Mrs.\ Madre Parker of Lakeland : and grandchlllren several chaperones enjoyed1' University, was home for'' ing at the Masonic Home In on 30 days probation I IBarbara I $357.10: Hampton $169.62: ;

hoisebark riding and playing, ;!, :and a brother Nathan' spent Sunday In Law- last Friday afternoon skating the weekend! :! with her parents ,, St. Petersburg! .early Sunday:! ,i : Ann Aikens, Negro Green Cove Springs $5.3'jY-
/names. Refreshments of cupcakes I Hires nt Jacksonville. tey with Mr. and Mrs. J. C. at Skate land. In J.ncksanvllle.Mrs. ; Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Par- > morning.!: disorderly conduct by | .78: Keystone Heights $1 1-

and punch were nerved: bearers were Dan Illgglsrootham; and family.Mr. !i Harrison' Rndn.; nab and family. Sunday: By Mrs. Earl Dobbs I Mrs Ronnie Grlffls and'' use of profane and Indecent 310.36: Lake But'er. $1,511.80 -

to the 20 guests Joseph Lucas Earl pall-I' I.nd Mrs. Avory Slade)I, Edwards fourth gra.-ie students dinm guests of tie! Parrlsh I Phone 496-3601 sons of the State Farm attended language, sentenced! to u line ; Lawt y, $ti27 4I anj

HI by Girl; Buford Higginbotham, and family were Sunday dinner had the plensuie last ,! family besides Patty were the wedding of her of $27.50 or to ova days In.I Waldo $299.77.TAKE .

Mr. and Mrs. Mike Cannonare HiffMnontham and Waver' snests! of Mrs. W. M.I|, Wednesday to visit the FlOl"- Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Higgln I 4444444A66444444444444Mkl brother, Glen Halt to Miss Jail.

MIC,, )proud: parents of a Orlffis. j Slain: and Mrs" ,7esl'leVIlli... 1 Ida Time Union and J.ick-j, botham and family of Law-I Snpp, son of Mr and I dance Davis in Mantown Leslie! Green, Negro, driving'I nEST BREAKS

baby daughter Vickie Lee.' Th' crmmunltv extends It..i i and family of Hampton and sonvllie Journal. After a try Rev Bobby: Knight and Mrs. Herman Sapp, and'' Church last Friday night. without.. a license! sentenc-uil to |
also xlslted Mr and Mrs J. lunch at the Dallas Thomas i Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Brad- On long trips, take fre-
born Wednesday, June 8, in sympathy: to the families! ofi Danny Bennett, son of Mr.l a fine of $52.50 or to 10 daysin
V. Sl.\d\ and Mr and Mrs! Park the group visited the '' shaw and son. Jail. queni rent
St. Vincent's Hospital. Maternal the late Mrs. Page Rev. C and Mrs John Bennett of Mayor's Court bl'eaks-at ]least
| Lester Slade and granddaughter Robert Meyer Hotel. 'I Mr. mid!!: Mrs. Buddy' Bra-1- ': ,
grandparents are Mr.and E, Wilkinson, and Mrs. the State Farm, have com- I Mayor'H Court will be re- once every two hours.
JoAnn. | The senior class of Baldwin shaw and son, Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs K. A. Turner and Paulette Orlffls Dunn plete.! basic!' training at Cape !
paternal grandparents are Funeral services for Rev Da"id Jones of Mayport'was High' Scnuol spent: Friday oft i Dan Parrish and Mrs. R. L I May. N J. and are home fort I Ten dispositions were made I,

Mr. and Mrs N. P. Cannon. Wilkinson were held last a weekend guest of Mr. I last week on a class trip at Harris spent Friday to Sun a few days' leave. In :Mayor's Court on Tuesday' ,

all of Mnxvllle. Thursday at the Longl I and !Mrs Joseph Lucas and Silver! Springs day of last week in Cherokee.N. \ The Hob Taylor family May 31, by Mayor Randal
family.Mr. Graduation exercises will be C. and Gatllnburjf. Tenn. Chitty.
Mrs\ Cannon returned Branch Baptist Church I I visited Mrs. Taylor's sister,
Arid Mrs. Dave Cover- held Friday night June 9 at Patty: Parrish! will starther They were:
home Saturday and the baby Funeral ..ervlces for Mrs I I Mrs. A. S. Hall, In Jacksonville -
o'clock in the Mamie Jerry Lee Hines, petty theft,
dale eight
and: son left Friday training for InternshipIn
will remain In the hospitalfor Dunn were held Tuesday at I Sunday.
several weeks.' the Chapel of Hardage and night for Noblesvllle. Ind to I Aans Jones AudltoilumValcdlcloiian I July at Duval ;Medical ) The J. R. McClouds and sentenced five to a line of $27.50or
days in
spendevent 1 weeks with Mr. Is Mary Jane Center. jail.
NOT1C EMembers Sons Riverside,! Funeral ehllden: of Jacksonville were'
Coverdole's. Mr. and and !salutatorian! will Jerry Lee Hines, trespassing M4
parents : Spence Mrs Frank Brown underwent I Sunday visitors of !
Home with burial in thl'I.on'l' Mrs. Mc-
of the Church of Mrs. Lcr Coverdale.] Enroute be Joan DavH. Mary is the I j hand surirery last week'j Cloud's of private property, sentenced -
Branch parents, the K D.
Christ lire plnnniriB] to build' VnteiNiil:' home they plan to visit daughter: of Mr and Mrs. W.I i In the Duval Medical Center! j I Conners to a fine of $27.50 or

a new church. Anyone interested : friends In North Carolina. H. Spence I is! yearbook editor In Jacksonville and friends, M..... to five days In jail.
toward the Mr. and Mrs.!! Claude Tommy Bennett and Ernest Dale Hartley,
m donating Mr and Mrs. Hollls Jeffers! horn:-coming queen and headchperlf'adl'r. will be interested to known !, son, and Miss Connie Ben- petty
Waters of Alma. Ga. theft, sentenced to fine
do an- a of
new building may so bycontscting After graduation '
visited afternoon in
Sunday she has returned home.
Waver Qriffls nounce the marriage of their I nett of Glenn St. Mary visited !- $52.50 or to 10 days In jail
Doctors Inlet with Mr. and she plans to attend Williams -
Mr. and Mrs. HlgKinbotham '
daughter Diane to James her parents, the Bill! Ernest Dale Hartley trespassing
All donations will be greatly I -
Mrs. Bill Jeffers and family. College for Women In visited Sunday of I'
Nails of Baxley. Ga. Sunday. | on private property
appre luted. Bill was thrown from a horse Fort Lauderdale to major In last week In Mlddleburu: with Misses. Brenda
and Karen,, sentenced to a fine of $27.50:;
Mrs. Vane Passes! Mr. and Mrs C C Brltt business administration.Joan ;' ..
Sunday afternoon and was : I Mr and Mrs. Bud Mosley and Royals of Lakeland
visitIng to five
are or days in jull. i
Funeral services for Mrs I are the proud:! parents of a I rushed! to St. Vincent's hospital !! daughter of Mr. and in Clay Hill with Mr. and the Herman Sapp family' Robert Lesasne.: Negro, pub- r
Mamie Juanita Pane wife of boy. Lorin Carl, born Wed- in Jacksonville wherehe Mrs. W. E. Davis Is senior Mrs. Jessie Manning: I this week.

John W Page were held nesdt.v. June 8, at the Naval was, admitted for treat class i-retary-terasurer, and I Mr. arid Mrs. Louie Carter Mr. end Mrs. Freddie Kit-1 i-

Tuesday at 10 a. m. in the Air Station Hospital In Jack- II I ment. a member of the yearbookand and Nancy of Clay! Hill were I tier and family of Lake City''

.1 I Mrs Doss Hlgglnbothaml) newspaper staff. She was last Tuesday night supper; were Sunday visitors of the) STARKEBUSINESS
spent the weekend In Jacksonville -' also a member of the homecoming guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bu- Cecil Yv'llmns.

with Mr. and \ court. After graduation ford Hlgglnbotham: andgrandchildren. Mr. and Mrs. Howard |
lliImJFCDlliIm Arthur Carter Mr. Mrs'l Joan plans to attend l the Register and children of

botham Joined them State Junior College here. Mrs. Belle Glddens will be! Lake City recently visited her
and all spent the day Among the 42 graduates, returning here the middle of |I
Jacksonville Zoo. I those from Maxvllle are this week to stay with her M:.> Monroe Klttler and
Arriving! this weekend]I Sharon Grlffls, Betty Grlffls, son.ln.Iaw and daughter. son were Wednesday night '

from West Virginia to spend I Faye Sweat Diane Watson, Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Orlffis supper! ;guests of her nephew KEI'AIKS The Nicest Things Happen

HIND! OUT several eeks with Mr. and I Gall Caldwell, Carolyn Blackburn after spending some time In H. H. Vaughn, and family in '.

Mrs Bob McClung and family Jack Lucas, Harley Jacksonville with Mr. and Pala Ika, I
arc Mr. and Mrs. Charles Thomas and David Barber. Mrs. Ellis Olddena and Miss Geraldean Reddish Earl's GarageALL To Systematic Savers.Ever
We wish all these students!! .
Langwells and family.Mr daughters.\ spent ]last week! with her KINDS OF
HOW CAR BUYERS and Mrs. Bill Robinson the road to /success. After Mr and Mrs. James Cole- aunt Mrs. Emallne Dock ry. AUTO REPAIR: WOICK

and daughter of Lake their hchool days are passed. man and:\ family moved backto In Green Cove Springs I All Work' Guaranteed notice how it is with !some' famil-
City were Saturday after- Invocation will be by Rev.C. .I Jacksonville thU week ies?
MAY SAVE Mr. and Mrs. David Phone 9692961So. They always! seem to have the mon-

noon visitors of Mrs. Dorothy H Blankenshlp. Introduction from Pearson.Mr. I Browning! and family of Pa- Walnut, Starke ey to !if" off on> the most exciting vacation

{n[ UP TO ]Jl} $200 Waters Mr and And family Mrs. Bobby of Tampa Newman Norman.Honoruole of Marlon Address Speakers W.by Clood-James the I here Jacksonville. with and: Mrs.Mrs.spent Ray F. B.Sunday Pellumof Coleman latka visited!! family end their the of parents Alton Jacksonville,' the BrownIng Bill- AUTO !SERVICEGilbert j trips>ive ,their buy and children furnish the the best nicest educations.homes,

> -- THROUGH THE were Thursday nl ht and ; Ing Judge of Circuit Court. and son The Pellums Brownings, SundayMr. Often the answer is! not to be found in

STATE FARM MUTUAL Friday guests of Mr and i Awards will be presented by children Tammy Ronnie. and Mrs. Monroe Kit- S. Brown the site of their income, but in what they

Mrs J. Marlin Coleman I I, Mrs Oracle/ P. Hall. Presentation and Michael were weekend I tier and son Woodle had as Standard. Oil Service Station DO with it By systematically saving*( part
MrI oulse Miller is attendln' '1 of diplomas; by Mrs.; here' of their grand
Thursday: night guests Mr ATLAS of it
CAR FINANCE PLAN 1 Alma I they manage to have "what it takes"
Glen Bates, pilnclpal. .
/ school bus driver'ssafety mother Mrs Coleman.Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Cannon TIKES" BATTERIKS;
'Low cost financing through a training at Forest Hill,,I Mater by the senior class. und; Mrs. James Cole- i and daughter of Christmas Budget Terms.-Road Service to enjoy the best things! of life If they

School in Wesconnett.Mr I i Class Motto "Hope for the man and family of Pearson)I Fla Mrs. Eula Carlton and Phone 964-7071 sIne here (as many do) their money

local cooperating bank and and Mrs.! J. Marlin I best Ret realy for the worst visited Saturday with Mrs. I grandchildren, Warren Star' 107 N. Temple StarkeHURST'S earns interest t at1 1 per cent.

our low cost Insurance tool' Coleman and daughter.': and then take what God F. B. Coleman.Mr ling and children of Hell- '
Sharon! attended a family reunion I Chooses to send, Class and Mrs H. C. Brown- bronn Springs! and the Cecil IIO.ME OWNED-HOME OPERATED
Sundav, of last week at color--Breen. Claws flower ing of Jacksonville visited! Wilson and daughter. i
GALL TODAY! c Klnirslcv orch;d. afternoon with S II E; L I.
Lake for thp children Thursday Mr. and Mrs. Marfjell
of Nancy Coleman Baccalaureate services were Mr. :and Mrs. Buddy Brown- Dobb and children visited] Service Station The Community State BankOF

M" end Mrs.! Bobby Newman held Sunday June 5 at 3 p. Ing. Mr. and Mrs!! Dean Agner in Gas Oils Lubrication

and family of Tampa m. .In the Mamie AnuesAuditorium. Jeanne Coleman, daughter Madison Saturday night and Goodyear Tires & BatteriesROAD STAKKEMEM
ri and Sharon Coleman left : Welcome by of Mr. and Mrs. James Sunday: 1 SERVICE;
MERRITT H. Saturrinv for Fort Sill. Okla. Mr Glen Bates!!! principal.j Coleman, of Pearson spent .
,.,. Miss Debbie Barnett returnee 301 I and 100 Starke HER 1' II. I, C.
'iI WILLIAMSi for A visit with Set. And Mrs'| Rev. Reginald Taylor, pastor' Monday of this! week with I home with the Freddie I .
...; Jessie Fndaett: and family. of the Lonubrnnch Baptist her aunt. Mrs. Vince Taylor Cox. family of Jacksonville -

Jal'kleVatf'rs, of Rev Church delivered! the mess and family.
117 N. Walnut St. son lust Sunday afternoon
I'STATE and Mrs Jack Waters! of age. Invocation was by Rev I Mrs Avory Slade nnd I for a visit of several] days.

Phone 96 .-5391 Baldwin spent this week herewith Barney Armstrong Bene- > daughter Dennne visited last/ Mr. rod Mrs. Freddie Cox For thatWONDERFUL

I hlr grandmother, Mrs! i diction bv J. W. Baillie. Annie '' week In Jacksonville with and daughter of Jacksonville

:Mrs Dorothy Waters Cross, soloist sang "You'll'Never Mian.1 Mrs. J. T. Hendry. I vlsitvd Mrs. Myrtle Sapp and

Walk Alone" and the David ,)ones!! of Mnvportjwas I i other relatives here Sunday. { FEELING
[rilelrt Over From I.Rst'f'f'k 1 "God of
FARM 'A- Congregation" sang a weekend guest here of I Mrs Fmallne Dockery of
Our Fathers. Mr and Mrs. Joseph Lucas
SCHOOL" NE11'SThe Green Cove Springs; Is visiting -
Mutual Automobile I Inaurinet Company D. Z, YounT! school '
I i Mr. and family.
BloomingtontlinoisIMIAMQ. final PTA meeting of her father, Ode: Dobbs 'round.
Norm Office: principal! of the Mamie Mr. ftn-1 Mrs!! Olin Byrd year
the school term was held ,,I this neck.Mts. ..
II 1 Ames Jones Elementary moved lallt'eekpnd from
I I ] .* Geraldean Reddishwas
School entertained the Patrol their home here to Mayo I surprised Saturday night

#,io19t..jdtY.cr: Kevv'a: = ai'aval..taMat.L1" .."' ..;...;I... .....-._.. Boys on Monday all of went this wher Mr. Byrd is employed.Mr with a birthday party given
week when they and Mrs. Olin Postell by1ls5: Terry Jones of ,.. -. ..-- -- ..-' i
skating at Skateland In and son: Greg of Darin, Ga. Starke and others. The hon- I :,

'srrJ Jacksonville' 'i, and Terry Postell of An- oree received many lovely

Fish Fry And drews, )K.; C. were Saturday gifts. Games were played ""}

Chicken Supper afternoon visitors of Mr. andMrs and refreshments served to ,4a
The Maxvllle Baptist I .
John North and family. the 20 guests helping celebrate -
Church entertained with a Mr. and :Mrs Oscar Wilkinson Geraldean's] 16th birth !
fish fry and chicken supper and family. Mr andMrs. '
day anniversary. .
Saturday night, June 4 for ; Joseph' Lucas and fam- ,i ,
Dock: Addison and:! son attended !
the community. illy, Claude Green Michael ( the annual Fruit i iGrowsrs
IIlKKlnbr.tliam-Carter and Cliff Slade all enloyed' a Express picnic at I IKinwley j
Mr. and Mrs Doss HllIllln- fish fry Sunday of list week Beach last Satur- I .
botham are announcing the I at Black Creek In Middle ,
marriage of their daughter burg1. j day.Mrs
: Mary Freeman had as
of Maxvllle to
June Marie Saturday afternoon visitors ,
Arthur Carter of Jackson Sunday: guests Mrs. Charlie
of Mr and Mrs. Avory |
Thomas and daughter,
ville. The ceremony was per- Slade and family were' Mr Dar-I j
nell, and a niece Ada Mae-
formed Saturday June 4 In
and Mrs.!! Tom Watts of
the Judge's\ offices!! at Folks- Jacksonville. Thomas of Hawthorne Mrs.

ton, Georgia The bride worea George Mosley] H a patient Delorc.s Crews and children

pink outfit with white ac- -_I I,
cessoi ies. j

The newlyweds are making -

iS YOUR VACATION AM their home on Hammond Serving Florida
Blvd.:! Jacksonville. Since 1950

INVITATION TO BURGLARS ? Open 50thnl1lve..ry House .On.. tr l ft tg 3+rsio 9ns

Mr. and Mrs. A, L, Rhe-
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berg of Macclennv were honored -- .. .. .
on their 50th wedding' : 4

One "invitation"; burglars are quick to accept' is anniversary with an Open Mrs.GodwinRepresentative Lucile Cordially

a house or apartment left unoccupied during sum House in the home of their vlrctrlc! ; lclcre-CIele{ : air conditioningA (
daughter; Mrs. Harold Walters ; Welcomes
mer vacation and week endsl! Why risk needlessloss
at her Champlain Road Ph. 964-5321 million Floridians! are enjoying year 'round Fliim-less! electricity eliminates fumes, smoke,
of theft or fire-when You and Your
your valuables-by you home In Jacksonville Sunday -
comfort because it is the safest, cleanest Boot and odors
can rent a Safe Deposit box here for so little (and June 5 from 2 to 5 p. m. 1013 E. Call St Family to Your

use it all/ year around). Hosts for the occasion were' Starke New Home cheapest way to cool and heat their home It cost! so little that the heating feature a:

their c1.k1renIrs.! : Dorothy Gives you constantly freshened!, filtered air practically free bonus. Yes it'n cheaper to
of Maxville. Mrs
Rent Safe box here NOW! Waters ...in a quieter, more healthful I I home! ALL-electric --, ''' -' --. ,
a Deposit Doris> Moore of Gainesville.!! The State o/ FloridaIt than t to use it in 51""' ''' ) I NI rII.

Mr. and Mrs. L L. Strange One compact unit saves! space: and the extra combination, with arsao. tau ulc'i''tin''''
Is Our Feel Welcome and
Desire You
To Make _
of Mr. and Mrs.! C K.
Miami. cost of/separate cooling and heating system, flame-type fuel! ........_'" ........,__'-
Thorpe of Macclenny. Mr To Acquaint You With Your City.

and Mrs. Harold Walters See your electric air-conditioning contractor or appliance dealer today!
FLORIDABANK Mr *ni: Mrs. W J. Greek, If in the
you new area, a phone
and Mr an-f, Mrs. W. L Rhe-

berar all of Jacksonville.The call will bring you a prompt visit

couple] were married
AT STARKE In Jacksonville June from your I local hostess. Please give JiIII

10, inia and !med In Jacksonville her a call! She has maps and many
One of 30 Banks of the Florida National Group until /several years --
ago when they moved to free and wonderful gifts for you
Santa Fe and :Macrlenny
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. from local businesses. HELPING BUILD FLORIDA
Th couple have 35 grandchildren

and 30 gveut-grund- I l --