Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 23, 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
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oclc - 33886096
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System ID: UF00027795:03692
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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I' Single BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRl\P' 3,350 Copies !

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,I }; t r w1I k 1 Upset By Large Fish Kill j

'.tf ,. "-'. ...: Concerned that something apparently went awry

during a routine State Game & Fresh Water Fish

I Sewer Extension e x Commission( population survey, Bedford Lake residents l. J II

fl F-i i are questioning the large amount of dead fish

left in the water last week.A .

t To Green Acres ; A <- >mic'al. Rotenone was
mission said were left.
spread over half an acre of
I I Il"It tin southwest end of the lake "They have gotten hold ofa \\1

r i; \ 4I Near w ts last Wednesday June IV and hot potato here and can't
: Complete ippinxtmutely 1,200 fish of all get loose," Devrlck said, "I
don't think the people are go-
kinds were killed( in un efforto
to let it that "
Ing drop easily
determine the population
Slniken $114000( '
tenei ""
I ,
He said he will demand thatthe
tern extension' In (tit'in" Ai-n" ""f vuilous species of fish, ac-
I lake be restocked.
r Hiding.. to the Commission's
p..ovldln'sf'rvl..e In MO
: n'wI .
a.s Uevrick said the area where
cuHtoniers j ii'gional biologist Frank Ar-
r was unnoum il i iI made wherethe.
I the survey was Is
"lendale" of Lake City.
I "substantially complete uc bed each .
bream and bass
The. fish esldentx i found later -
Don Rue
day by engineer kinnn g
( year and. the fish there at this
of Reynolds !'Smith and. Hill- Thursday and Friday
47I time numbered than In
e more
Thirteen iri were about 300 the
clays penili\) : un
other parts! of the lake.
nun WitS not able to recover ..
t the datoiis. .
HntahlnK thing' il .
said the
to< include In their survey. Copeland however
I to Cambron Consliuctaoo Co
i 1"'t, _ commission round the fish sup
of Orlando Arrendale saiJ Those fish were \
by rltcngln- and the
t j I ears. but after too deep to be reached l with It ply adequate stocking I
11 compromise
lake Plans wereto
Local Group Tours Phosphate MineSome $tlnll) In penalties. f'f'I', long poled net or were caught stock unnecessary.the lake If an imbalance ,
collected. for only seven. c'aYIa.' ,. I In the grass.Rotenone wan found, he said.
.a- affects only Rillednniimils
Construction began last November : w and is non-toxic to The biologist, Arrendale,
Idea of the Impact ofa Bradford County Development ihemioal complex.till( Incomplete proved design has eliminated 30 but the'elll'. humans and animals the biologist told The Telegraph Tuesdaythe

$OO.OOOHiO-plu.s[ ( / Industry on AuthorIty. \I ). the group/ was told. these factors the gioup Was steady rains. delayed. the pioJin I I'TOICS'I.Ots: ) ; :Mfr.KT: : Mil. .I.) (lien Bun steriil>crfgieitt | / said. The approximately analysis of the survey was I
a small community was gain The group walt met at White Total I Investment.. including told. 't and, final Inspection w.u i .. not ready. He said the survey
1.. ( n.... ICII\CH:" nl I'orf (iinipliell. "()'. Until lire UOO) fish killed in the survey .
ed Tuesday by a 16-member Springs by R Truett Comer both plants and doc'king facUlties Heading. the local delegation not made by the eng-lneeis was entirely routine and had
group from the Staike-Brad- until lust Thuisdiiy.Tune ID ftiiiuer. football. .plu.vrs. at llrudfcircl. High School.Soys I were hauled away and I
secretary-manager of the at St. Marks nnd Jack- were Buford Mitchell bIll le.t!. Arrendale said. been. performed In the past !
ford County Chamber of Com Hamilton County Chamber of s I sonville will be In excess of president, of the Chamber of six and a half months later. The survey was made upon upon the request of one per. 3;(

merce in a tour of OccidentalCorporation's Commerce who guided the $50.000.0(10( Commerce and H, H. Everett "The property .owners uu The Gen. To The Pvt. request of W. B. Copeland son. i

new phosphatemine group to the mine Bite where i| The operation is highly automated president of the Development supposedly HilliHlU'il'' ," Rut'kmun Jacksonville chairman of the He said the reaction is '

and chemical complex Occidental staffers took over I j and there me said. I An thai'itv, told, the council Tuesday 'How's Big Red Doing/ ?' commission. He said he requested very typical of thin type of

near White Springs : for a conducted tour of the I to be no undesttable waste,. Following the tour the night when questioned. bv that a population highly developed lake front

The trip was the first project I facility that produces 100,000 i plod nets, such as dust and] I Hamilton County Chamber Chairman Call HuiHt. I I Hint lass. But the
sponsored by the new Industrial tons of phosphate per month. disagreeable odois. which was host. to the group at luncheon Acres residents. made numerous Two former idfoid County meetingcouldn't sation he had with relatives made In the future until after

Guidance Committee I Around :50O\ persons will sometimes accompanied olderphosphate ', In the White Springs complaint during construction High School football players have been more and friends who have homes the property owners hold a
sponsored Jointly by the be In I I about the met on the U. S. Armv101st pleasant for both. public meeting: and. the majority -
eventually employed the operations in the Hotel. on Bedford. It was not established
Starke-Bradford County Chamber -,I I I phosphate operation and the central part of the state Im- of the loads Into condltllll'H'1 AII'hm'l1Division team'' One of the ex-Turnado eY \ that anyone on the lake I request It, he added.
Ks'. was Maj Gen Ben Sternberglulls
of Commerce and the at Kent Campbell lust
sion. said
knew Though Copeland only
requested the survey or I
1 I i class of 1932 and n
"We want them very satis week graduate. of West Point). His \ anything about it. six quarts of the chemical
i \ One wore two Mara. of a | In small of
a area
Mrs Johns said were put
fied. Ruby resident DenveiDevi r
I general of theI Bedford
Utilities Supt. Oscar Davis Major General and the other.. |I commanding is ad. the lake, Devrlck said dead
Ick whose
\ property
Million Dollar Increase ExpectedIn 1\ I CUBB OfficersTo I Continues on ?age Fourlliettlig A
\ I agreed with Ruckman esxen- I the one stripe of a private jacent to where the aurvej ash were found on the oppo- :. t
I. site end. Rotenone kllla flan w
tlally but said the Lake City: was made Hays the. number:s *

1 Paving Co. still has a few n. -- ..w-- -f T 7Wr of dead ash In the lake,. am I by suffocation constricting
Bradford's New Tax RollA Be Elected luwns. to reI'II II'. Wet ground, ; I on the shore numbered In thE their gills so they go to the

1 la holding wok buck, hI' .slid I "thousands" and were mor< top for air, Arrendale said. f

Water lines were also extended than the 300 the. Game Com
million dollar Increaseor assessor's; office. ,
Monday NightA to the subdivision l bi\
better Is expected In the I Ap..er.ls on assessments! I city woikmen! while. the sea' i I i
Itf66 tax roll to be completedby can be made July 5 when uiuliM. but ;
I was
project" VMIV
next week according to I the county commission A !:, of CUBS Economic that Job has been lomplelcd School Board Faces New Problems

Gen Long. meets as the Board of Equal- ( Agency, I Js set for Mon- Two new pumping"at 'ion 11

Ne.v constiuctlon and adjustments ization. The heating will be diJune. 27. at 8 p.m. In the wore constructed and, iltiui. '

f on certain piop- continued at the next reguI ft.like Elementary: cafetorlum i thins were made to four exii i iaa 41iP1W ilj4Glti In Tackling Budget On June 30 '

. e' ties will probably send the I )far meeting of the (commis with the ,election of of li< ers Ing ones In the com
, roll up between $33 and $54 I *ion on the first Monday in heading the list of topics 1'.1; project Ruckmansold. i

\ million Long's office is busy August. ..i.\utive Director P T. Nolan: i IliK-lmd", Iles low Faced with additional expenses allocation continues to go up

. now making a final check Any: complaints on the new I has nnnnumed, A levlew. of the clts ago u rl gr for the 1986-67) schoo: at a rapid rats the board

1 for errors but the roll Is RubfctantUllv assessme:
completeBiudfoid filed In the assessor's of fie" Corps will be discussed. at the flee electiicnl .servile lo Big. I Publt.' Instruction will\ tacklf\! Income already allocated f.

County last year on a form provided for that For S. E. Sparks meeting/ Other topics are a Did, M.inuf. Co was glM'ii, the Its annual budget problem in forclra; a cutback in main

was reassessed what Long purpose.: distribution of copies of CUHB c'mint II Tuesday night by City a spec'ul meeting set for tenance and other funds.

,' calls 100 per cent according Last year: only a few local At Green Cove byhIWII.1/ status report by the Clerk Merrill. Kdw. \ ,utK after ( Thuisd.xy/ June 30. Earlier this month the

I' to state law The tax roll almost property owners protestedthe executive ,director examination several council memboih. hailiciicsted ; In discussing the budget school board presented the i

I t'lple-j.: going from $18 large increase. However SP'\rk".1 of county survey sheets, | itF.dwurds 5 l i Monday, School Supt., Tom county commission a resolution -
I million to $52 million! but four timber com.,antps anH+ Rev. Stephen. Edgar: :''' Veterans "" I and a discussion on a pl'OCeIIII'e Htild. the city n.' t ,M Casey: said the board: face asking the $35,000
died m I the
72 Monday '
I mlllae:; dipped from 4123 to one timber owner filed a suit Luke Citv ( to be used! in selecting/ funded, nil of Bid (Jael'" iillllU three. expenses not Included shortage to be made good

I II' 15 S in Circuit Cow protestlmthe where Hospital he. had been nt a. patientfor an executive directoi, for bill from lOriO until 10:>11, When In the present budget: The commission however

I' Most;t 1966 assessments will $7U per acre average' assessments .several. weeks; CUBB Officers of the Clay Union.. It grew 'larger as the company w An SO.000 payment on the was also short of funds and
1 stay about the same level as against their Mr Sparkx' wan born In Kllija : Bradford nnd Baker Kconcm- expanded" the amount win race, track bond Issue proposed that the school

the I 19GS! ones Long; says. lands. The matter Is still It \'. Hi on Ian i. 1 1894. the make up CUBE cut( to a flat $12'i: per month ..c ;.y, About $70.000 plus Interest board borrow' the money.
N'' notices' of assessments litigation tying up $64 000 son of the Into Allen and Cot- ir Agencies until October 108* when th to offos' the $35.000 cutbackIn Casey said Monday the

,' will be mailed this year. as In expected tax Income bythe delis Maines Spuiks He ound city cut off! all paymentsIn tin current; budnet cause- school board can borrow the

'I I woo done In 1965 when the county 1 1 and operated the City Barber $20,059 Damage other action the council to by the timber companies money needed to pay current
big Increase( occurred Persons A shortage of funds for : Shop In St irke for many Instructed the .refusal to pay 19U5) taxes ac- expenses but the Interest on

I f'eslrlnt!; to know thel- II the county commission and years. and was n member of Suit Is FiledIn write three property owner, e'()rdinr! to their assessment It will be an added expenseIn

assessments may AccidentA lots Accenting tn .a i itiitrlinnnce \
mtlon having served us mod- "cant ..Wr Insti ncl'onal! personnel The !superintendent declined
the has 10
orator for nine years. ( TIt $10.000 the board mast comment on the possibility -
1 Lightning Bolt Scores Direct Hit Mr Sparks had nerved. HI- damage suit asking icsiiltin, $20-, days| to lean the lot. or tin. pay on the $1 2 million bond th'tt the school board's
diimages/ and submitbill >
((150:\! In ,'ILY will ,10< It
pastor of .a. number of churchus from .in automobile: '! accidenthas ( to the ownerAgreed ... ..-. + | ,issue for buildings will cut mlllape will have to be Increased -
In this area and wax active a bl" )hole In the race track to make up the
been filed:I in Circuit to put buck! weigh)
: "
In civic affaIrs. He wa I ( fun On Generator At '
Power Plant Linda Lufavettistreet
Court here. against limit signs/ on
: i member of the Bradford Elaine of Ar make the budu-t somewhat "That 1 Is up to the board"he
Kay V/hltehead and at the request
County Hospital Board. and a Bonnie Whitehead. I doll Crosby. He said 1 the, .sign- liquid. Unless the race track said "It will be dl.tcuiaeJ
member of the
lighting> scot ed a direct afternoon Inflicting $7.400 former Welfare Board. the Bradford T.i iilalnuif. Robeit. L had been removed and si,mii at the budget meeting"I'losed

hit on the City Power Plant's worth.. of damage Oscar DaIs County School Board, and the Bunnws. filed against\ Und.1Kay i true'ks delivering, good/: i tf'' .
No 3 generator.. during a ", I of! I Plaza were' too heavtfor
Utilities Department superintendent Stark City fount, He .also. Whitehead as owner Starke

1 thunder-.toim last Thursday said yesteidav' held membership in Bradford the car which struck hla I that type pavement( .. tin in l to like
i i, Expensive' repairs are be- !Lodge :No45, 1 K. & A M f. the I automobile and Elaine Bonnie \ I Is her. uliieillve. for I hiIr I'l! \"c.iiiilerH, ( ..b| ,. t Ieachcg. In the Ili-iul: ,
'na made to the generator b' Starke Golf & Country Club Whitehead as the driverThe ,. I
I Is play> for t the ,\->"ear-olds
start /III.h..I.I: nil |
The Community he low bidder: Westinghouse he stnike-Buidfoid, CountyChamber I complaint charges City Embarks prognini. | : I IAn
I In adilitlon. to Hie. t..I..r, t tit'he From
I State Hank if Bildwln Davis said ant' of Commerce and that Burrows; was! parked at LimbTrimming I Earl: IIIHH Inn tuo ag+l I.tl/lh: / Exempted Sunday Closing
On Tree iinstiint' otb" 'nllou.Integrated .
of Starke 'he 1000 KW generato was Commander of American ,,1\ service( station on South (Ike youtuggicr
hould be back In service by Post :1(5Mr ( 28 when I
ecin| Court I last February Project ,
amended ordinance ex mldnJght and
The Florida (Hank "Sunday Most; or all of ttvxpense Sparks was a veteran I I his cai was struck by on"I I Head Start Project i eptlngr skating rinks and *5 n.m. on weekdays.The .

At Starke I will be covered b%' of \\'orld'ar I r. and a m'm-I, I cMven" by Elaine Bonnie Ov.i.Davis' head of thCltv <' bowling alleys. from the Sun. amendment to the ordinance -

''nsurinrr:: Davis slid ber of the Madison Whi'cheadBJIOWS. Gets Under Here Monday
s Utilities Department I Way day closing rule was writtenInto : was passed by as-a
The? llshtnlnn struck abou'' Baptist Church.Surviving : : asks! $10000 foi' that tree the books Tuesday night \vote at the June 7 public hear
FirM" t Federal/ Savings: '1 m. shorting out the are his wife Mrs I' damanes o''! aidesteiday
Inlurl'l. special
the Chairman
by unanimous vote of ing with Carl Hurst
: Morgan i
T50:\ childrenitteruhd '
being Tnn"r'o" l
the city are Approximated
and Loan Association generator: and causing; It tf' Lula'Ilson. Sparks; one $15000 and $59 for damageto thiouKhoiit( I the first day: of'Bniclford l' \\e hive, riMim' for more Starke Cltv Council.Strh't breaking/ 2-2 tie. Councilman -
etch fire All circuits wer daughter," Mrs Seleta Thomas. trimmed back so then I
of Starke hIs cur enforcement of laws Seeber Goodman moved
brothers County. MIO'Kj' hildren( if they meet requirements \
nulled at the control boardnd both of Starke: two HI, c,Hurney I Is H. Staten will. be at least eight l< et of week federalv-sprmsoi! for qualifying!! controlling places of ,amusement for strict enforcement of the
Andrew and Oliver Sparks, eight ,
ali. power was; off In the Wilson Jr.11i4TOlliCA1.. with all utility I Morgan said'... Anv child born was ordered by the coun- original 1933:\ clOtting all five
Will He Closed All Day both of GainesNllle: three "ls- clcaror.ce ed Integrated! Head Start pI'''' "
"Ity for about th-ee minutes tent Mrs :Maude Roberts of lines gram at Starke Klenvntiirv: \' In l Mil!>(>(> is eligible/ ; those bornIn I cil after n public hearing on establishments mentioned. a- ,
Oavls said Service was restored June. 7. but bowling alleys and move on Sunday.
Mondav./ July Ilk Mlcanopy; Mrs R T. Couchof SnCIF.T"fJot:1'S 'I Datl' said that considerable -. 'I i School 1\londw. 1 11..11< 1 will be eligible
In less than four minutes I skating rinks were termed But Councilman Jimmy Mc-
for :5- this fall's Head Start
Gainesville and :Mrs Grace ;\ ; : ISICSECU; : A pre-hool progrnm
A National( Holiday the sunerlntend Dean of St. PetersbllrAI..o/ limb damage' was exp..rlencco year-olds this Hiimmci'H, proJ wholesome recreation" under Rae amended the motion to

said crediting: the power surviving; are el"htrand/ The Bradford County Historical along the Urn s during J Jest was Initiate! under, the Salary requirements for entrance the amended ordinance exempt bowling aleys and] .

olant stiff! wl'h doing a good (children and one greatgrandrhild I Society met Monday. the I recent brush with Hurricane I Clny Union -Ftaker-Bradfnrc begin at $2.OOO forman a I i those establishments may open skating rinks terming those

lob during the emergency! night in the Quigley Museumon Alma: and this was accepted Economic ,Agency tnc It I lit and wife and ,go" up $VO) for business! on Sunday after activities "wholesome recrea-

: This! Space Contributed SRIIS l BtPTIST (.tn'RC'1I Funeral services were heldat E Madison: St. The grout' ( as. a warning that thultillUPs being directed bv formei, I for push, c.hlid.!. Children from : 12 noon tion." Goodman and Councilman -

Weekly to Publicize PLANS!I IIOMECOMIVG: 3 p.m. Wednesday In the enjoyed viewing the man department shoal ,county superintendent H.ir. ; large families can qualifyeven 1 i As did the former ordinance One Wiggins voted against -
Mr. uet things in shape for the If the family income Is the new ono prohibits poolrooms the amendment but
I Community Erenta by Homecoming services! will' Madison Street Baptist Church Items of Interest In ; mon P Morgan
I the hurricane season has 11tcnrhers as much as IIOOO or higher I and. dance hulls from Mm. Ruby Johns and McRaa
I be held Sunday June 24. at with Rev Felder Rowan officiating Qulx'.ty'! ; ., collection. and lest of The program now
The CommunityState Sardla Baptist Church with. Interment was In the hearing him tell Interestini g,r Davis said that two additional : : .' three of them Negro Morgan said.Parents 'opening for business; on Sun- voted for creating the tie
I .social( worker, desiring to enter I day or from midnight to :S a. which Chairman Hurst broker
dinner on the grounds and family plot in Hickory Grove 'itorlei In connection with I men. will be added te I and one
Bank singing In the afternoon, start Cemetery at Green. Cove some cf them The nexi t l the crew for the tree-trim- The ..tucl"nllt" are divided t about children in the piogr.im: should' m. each weekday It also states Several opinions were voicedon

Ing at 2 p.m. Everyone: Is in- Springs under direction of l lie-> meeting! was set for July 25 mint Job whl-h will take! e>|"iiullv !between :Negro and ....nt..1. t Morgan at the Starke : that bowling alleys and each aide of the issue of
I vited. [Continued uu fuse Four I .about four weeks while with, perhaps.. ..L t leW Klenientury: office. !, skating rinks must remain I Sunday closing at the hearing.r .


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Tinman. .HTNE: 2,1: 1nr.
TWO' nn.\nFOnn ("()I:''TV TF.LF.f\PiL !STAHKK.' FLonm\ .

I Mrs. Emma Badman and -------TZr: PI"vlr; memcrs) of th' \Mr. and Mrs Steve Mc- [ Hospital AuxiliarySees Thomas Reunion

.Mrs J. C. Dukes were in c'u.< .w Ij +,i f', I \11'1.11/1.1.'a / t Youlh fclowshl,. Gulre and son. Shawn, of Held SundayAt

\ lumbta, S. C. over the week ,lttrnd'I) ) the Wesleyan Sub- Homestead were Thursday Equipment

end visiting Pvt. Dukes! al
Foil Jackson. First Method! Church inI Mrs. W O. Hal'e!

Notice to I>epp Freeze owners I uke Butler Mnntluy: nIght Miss Ix>ulse Hood of Clew- .11'. Bradford County Hos William and J I'M' n,,y
-- Large South Carolina. The loodl MYF won the at- Iston was vL-lt.ng, Mr an.:) pltal 1 Aitxlllniv moot Mnnd" Wilson Thomas family IVH," \

GLADYS MOOTY \ Peaches. $3.00 Bushel. Dowl- ten mice( banner for the Mrs T B. Harding Sr. over night M St. Ma k'\ racial' its family reunion at Bru."

Phone 964-0651 Injc Produce Market on 301.I month. They were uccom- the weekend.Mr. HHUSP with Mrs. LoyiPCo. lah Baptist Church allIf! ,ir'

Mr. and' Mrs W O. Lam pani'd to Lake Butler by end Mrs. R. P. Haller comlso presldlnsAfltr ; Road :21 In Clay Count- ."?11,

I bert daughter, Ann. and son, Rev mind( Mrs. V. J. Uasla'e and fon of Lakeland wee a short l-'isin s Father's! Day Sun-lay .J.I'\\r

Miss' Charlotte Whitehead Dave Long of FSU was Henry of Newport were Fii-, .1.-.r1 son Bural. and Monday overnight guests of meetln". Jake: Jjcobus J from I 19.!

was visiting her sister Mrs.I home for" the weekend.Mr. day and Saturday visitors of i ) n, Mrs. Warren' Winkle!;) Junioi. Col nnd Mrs. J. A. Griffin. i medical supply companjTpmohslrntpd Seventy-four persons 'suh.

George Bishop also her and Mrs. Garl Mathews Mr. and Mrs. John Greene. i I I ounssltM' Mrs. J. D. Lyles of Jicksonviie ( a BlrtcV ered for the day Includm.;;
of St.
brother and slster-ln-law. spent Father's Day Miss Joy Lungston I Lor il ndmi'tinccs' to and Mrs. Wayne C'Cfl'toCI.rlUrl1'A'h! mll''hl"r "amily connections! aliI i in.
the weekend j
_ Mr, and Mrs. Charles Whitehead with Mr. and Mrs. Bruce guest Augustine of Miss was Dec Walters | Iiii'(
: of Jacksonville. While Mathew in Gainesville.Mrs. Mrs. O. L. Haynes Sr. is his week Inrlude: Mrs Lama day aft"i' oon visitors of mcnt. The. machine will allow Rsv. P. lon Th 'nii.,

there they spent Saturday at A. E. McKinney was visiting Lt. Col. and Mrs. J, I II [ Dukes. Mis Shirley Mrs. J. II. Fields en tlectrociT'i-rim re pastor of the Hallsboro N c ,.

the beach. visiting Mrs. Jettye Hazen in I A Scnnlan in Catiett. Va. fora I rnnr Hall M s. Ruth Lee Mrs. Lloyd] Boone and Inn made on a pitlpnt In th- Baptlsu Church, preached Q
Mr\ and Mrs. George Bishop Gainesville over the weekend month and also attended the I Mrs. Ann J, Bls-e'l and John daughter of Jackson Tenn hospital: to be tr1n<;rr.lttrr1 t' morning: sermon aid lat.,

the former Miss Marjorie wedding of her grnnildjujrhter.! I I H Sppnc" of Starko; Dalton and M.S.: Charl-s Flelcl1of the office of a heart sperlal- addressed the family itn\n\

Whitehead, and son Mike Mr. L, F. HardUnee! and Kathleen Scanlun, to Joe Scvcro I; Elementary Teachers Given Funds 'flrkion Hill oiv Edward M. Jacksonville me' here to visit 1st so an immediate: tntritrrtntlon Plans were discussed' r f0.

were visiting her parents daughter of Orlando Mrs last Saturday afternoon i I Blehu of Keystone Heights' theft mother. Mrs O. W of t'ip heart action the family book now: in t 11'
For TD & RD Assn.
Mr and Mrs. A B. White- Altoai] HlRglnbotham and son Stuart ami Steve Stricklandme Study By Mrs' Mary Fi-e-man" of Lake White Sr.. in Bradford: "An be dlnmiosed by the process of being co-nrl'eri'

head. For Father's Day Mr.Whitohead's of Callahan. Mr. and Mrs aLt'ndlnIho/ Ray Gravessummer ('Ilwkr from the TubfmilcmlH" &: ICi-Hplrutory. DIsouHn AsMirhitlon Butler; and Mrs Frances O. County Hospital.Mrs. ppc-ln.s'!( '! nn-l h" cnn re- One of the main fcitif, .
.: children sur- Robert Trantham of Jacksonville athletic school for Made: of Hampton. ommpr-il HIP rant fa' 0"11111 of the day was the hn'np.cooked .
;NortlitHi-tt,; Florida urn shown being, l to M. W. Crn-sler anent
uf presented
prised him with many nice : and Mr. and Mrs boys at the Admiral Ftiringut M"'''!. John P. Jones and the past two weeks at Fort trpatnu'nt fur" the patient'doctor .' food served! rin-"n,
R. A. Green Jr. and family Academy in St. Petersburgthis :\11'''. ijliniiU-( (Green left. and J1rF1Lte Brown by Evelyn 'iiu'ihter. PhvlM-i. and! Mr Walton Bench with Capt to follow.T'i the lunch hour Re"I"'I||| ..

gifts.Notice to ftrrp Freer own pf Gainesville were wcekon: week. I Jllln.- ', w" iiirmbcT, i>..I tin Hoard of Trustees of tliu fit \: HI nd Mrs. Bill Jon-s of Batavia and Mrs Wl'li'im' K. Boothni ',-. ma chase jf th-'c mn- of appreciation wte ex'PI 1 .

era Large South Carolina
reaches. $3.00 Bushel. Dowl- Jones. and Mr. and Mis. Ervln An- I The $31 -Io"lr..lIlll14" Mill fliuiim" it rooms for. the two' i he week;; with Mr and Mrs .. I pro'epU of the Auxl'lirv( foi hospitality an-1 t..> Pe
R..liH.dVnln'I'hht of
lug Produce Market on 301. I M"s. J. B. Sapp, Mrs. W drews spent Thursday to Sunday Sturke. Klcnifttiiry tni-hern In tie function and w- -'ICI-H' o R. Sco: 'SU la home for the
Mr end Mrs. J. W. Bitch B. Miuidy. Mrs. Guy Sale in Cherokee N. C. Mrs the county health department. The two are tending theI'loriilit M"Rov" Vath's' and mer. sum k of assisting! : the hospim'In : both of whl-'i newell -
nnd Mrs Cecllft Bind: were In John Stone of Woodbine, G.i. daughter. Martin0, of West and and rfell .
obilnn! < the latest prepared e d
were Tuesday evening guests HeulUi I'rojret In Teacher lUlurutlim now being C'C IIdu",1 > !i
Colson 'I
Jacksonville Wrdneiday visitlna and grandson, Adrian tm B'-iph are" vl itlng Mr meetlno! ed
of Rev and MIM. Graham O.i. stayed with l h>' the Slate Hoard of Ilmltli und. state Deparluen, Bradford beet equipment.pr"r Th a'"h\ \
of BlakcJcy
!Mr. and Mrs. Keith and Mrs L F. Smith to County vul'ii the sinning of the H''
Spurrier In High Springs. Kduciition. <' this fl-mo".s
the Andrews children during of "
Olllinfihn.Ti.Mta. 'n" weeks Economic 11"1'-1' h1\ known hymn "Oo1 n, with';
Mr :and Mrs, Hen y Moris- Mw Jack on spen their absence It IH conducted ItH-iuly. by Or. A. \'. Co\lntoiiiiint.i| Mrs. W. C. Whlttcn of Rt Agency I'l'frpahlT'l'nlll H'cj-p r"mmit'pp You Till We Men A-ain .

on have had as visitors Mr, the weekend in Wllllstor Lynwood Walters has au lieulth" ollli-rr.- :\Ir... irn 8 u.11: r... liroun, will Hpi-nd three 'l"r"1"lirlr' and Mrs J. W Elects OffcersNew I the hospltTlltv
and Mrs. Ralph Marl'ls"Inand with her" parents. Mr. an:? cepted a position as Youth weeks In I Ihe liriulfuril. County Health: Ue|>iirtnient on fieli 'Vnlton of Pomp' "no Bone' Mrs. Titus Olson and Mrs

three children of Ross Mrs:\ Hurry Smith Director at Traveler's Knfi' 'I work duties.Mrs re visiting. Mr anl Mrs H officers and l H 15 mem'ier I A. Knlnht.I f-oel.itp pastor of this r-h''h' ,

ella. 111 the past three weeks Mrs Charles pa"ker an' Baptist Chinch at Travele.r't'! I I r Rltch this week. bnnnl of directors for I I I "-lr,,,.* tn his acceptance of (thpastorate .
and Mr and Mrs. Virgil Mor- Rest S C. this summer. Revival Services here.
"hlldren of Cll'o'and: Mr Mr. end MIN. K O. Dun- inne-67 were elected hv the
rison, George Morrison' and M. C. Wells are sp' nding thi Rev. S. J. Grady who hat John Christiansen Is I Mr. and Mi.s Bo' P'erg.i-1-! an visited Mr. end Mr' K "I ra rlfol'.1 ('Olin tv Economic In conjunction with his pi".

Miss Paula! Johnson of Lees week on Brooklyn Lake. been in the Veterans Hospital spend I ? some time In Mac- on left Thursday for tw T. Duncan an-1 Ml s Ma>-- Agency at a meeting Monday Start MondayAt tornte of Rolling Hills, whet

burg over the weekend. ;Notice,; to Deep Freeze owner in Lake City for the past cltnny with her niece and weeks visit with :Mrs. Fel' u3' 'aret Rn e Dun"nn in Wes Tune 13.Ralph. Pine Level regularly averages upwind" ;
three months will be makinghis husbanr: Mr and Mrs C. C. I on's bi-other-in-'aw and si1tpr a thousand! In Sunday Sehm', '
Mr. and Mrs Charles Law- farce South' Carol'nr "'*'int. 01a'l'r the weekend I Bryan of Starke was
home In Ohio with his son Clayton. Mr and Mr.. Jahn Miller : Dr. Ramsey Is continually orgnged
son and family of Tallahassee Peaches.' $3.00 Bushel Dowlinir They brnuitht \ba"k the! iiimed president: Merritt Williams The Pine Level Baptist -
and daughter-in-law, :Mr. and Lairy McLcocl is visiting in Burkburnett Texas. I I .. scheduled seriesof in revivals and l Bih''.
spent the weekend with produce Market on 301. Andrew Friendsof aranrtson, Jim Duncan for rweek's Starke. vice-president: rhnrch! h s l n
Mrs. Grady
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Lawson. :Sir.: and t Mrs C. L. Coupe, contact. hU grandparents.! Mr. an:}:! County Agent and! Mrs. C visit. Rodney Hall Hampton secre Revival Services starting: conferences across the coun
D. and Mrs T. O. Rltch and t Mrs. Ada Barber were Grady Carolina may St. Barberton :Mrs P. B. Sanders: In Pen- U. Buyles of Okecchobc tary-treasurer; and Bill Holland :Monday June 27 and continuing try.
him at 190 Mr and Mrs Roland Sterr
-.acola for three weeks. ovrnl-'ht Starke, parlinmentarian through July 3. Me is editor of the "Bapth1Keho
end family were in HIgh- Visiting C..1 Cooper In th' Ohio 44203 He would I were Friday guest and daughters of Canton editor
lands "'. C. over the week- Oak View Nursing Home IrWIlliHton like to have his friends keep' Mr and Mrs Hubel.tThomas of Rev and Mrs. V. J. Bags: : Oil spoilt the wprkend with: Elected to the board were Plans include dinner on the a Christian and duluhii-.
last Friday. were in Wewahltch- 'ale. Buial Ragsdale.' who 1 Starke Mayor Randal grounds Immediately after with publication
In touch with him, or' visit Chitty. /
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Stern. ".
8,000. He
end.Mrs. Misses Bonnie and Jannir ka ove- the weekend visiting Con'trenue Officer of th Dr. A. Y. Covington, county the Sunday morning worship tlon in excess of
L W. Strickland ani! him.
: Des; Clack: of Eau: Gallle i also founder and t superlnior'l-
Griffis :Mr.. and Mrs. E. C. HarrlinJr. :
were visiting!! the! Terry Walters of the University Senior Council at the Methodist health officer; Jimmy :Mcfnerepresenting hour on July 3.
Mrs. AldrldRe! Locke of Wildwood vlsltinr/ her aunt Mrs ('. r ent of the Rolling Hills Chr
brother and t and also visiting MrsThomns'
nister-ln-law> :Mr
the Starke
Youth In
Carm Lees- City
home The for thin
of Florida was evangelist/ series
and Mrs George Price Williams for several weeks than Schools Inc. of F ''I:
and Mrs mother Mrs. Irene I
of Tallahassee Satur- Tommy Griffis. ir :Tor the weekend burg 1 L also visiting! his parent Council; Robert Scott Lawtcy7ity will be Dr. J. H. Ramsey
were Illorest last Wednesday to' Robt'.tn. In Panama CIty _, Rev Mrs. na"sta'ethis Mr t i.nd Mrs D Ritch Council; Bill. Holland RIK Worth Texas.
day overnight guests of Mrs. 1 Mrs. i.; L. Biggs and daughter and Jr.. older brother of the paw retuired
Strickland's sisters, Mrs. W. Frltlay. Karen, of Birmingham.Ala. EKMVS; BEAUTY SHOP week before rettirnin artenere in Winter Haven ; High School, Rodney Hall tor. Rev. D. L. Ramsey, I"Ramnev >r I Dr. Ramsey recently i
the Ho
Mrs. Walter Stewart o' week Including and Lakeland last Tuesda' School Board J. M Norman, from a trip to '
Is all ;
H. Hart and Mrs. John Chris- were visiting!! her father open to camp for three morn is pastor of the Rolling
Gainesville was visiting!! the C to Thursday visiting rea! Commission Marian! Land.
len Roue and Mr and Mrs. !Mondays.Mi weeks. County ; !! Hills Baptist Church In
tiansen. L. Cooper family on Wednesday tires. Height, Susan Hampton, Ernest
Albert Mercer and Misses Vernon Silcox several days and :Mrs. GilbertGolrlwlrr Mair: < Mrs Bobby Taylor Fort' Worth Texas
Les Mercer and Candy of last week.Nnn.cy last week I anvl'lUnt; Mr aiifi family vls't' !':! MI Col. and:! Mrs. J. A. Griffin Trlpit. Rnlph Biyan Mer-:: Rev. I n. L. Ramsey was. un" Sd\hl'r.; Bonds piirchawi
fowling spent thr rill \\'l1l1amllrR.: O. J. Un- December 1 I. IW;
Lt Col. and Mrs.; H. M. prior: to
Woodburn have returned past two weeks with her nncle Joyce Denmark is visiting and Mi" Rav OoUwlie anr1 and Mrs W. R. Katman; Sr
from ten days vacation in and aunt Mr. and Mrs Jean Vickers in Brunswick! son in Lynchburg, Va from In Aivhi-r Tiicsjav eveningMr. Hatcher Jr., Mjr: an-1 MisV : 1l'hlll.11'14, Cnlvln Henley. when the current Interp
3a. from Sunday to Thursday We1ii ri.ty to Monday. J. Sren' ler, and !I'.r,. am' :Mrs Alice Pcndarvis, :Mrs T ition was! dotihlnd' when 21 I rate ot 4 is! per cent bo am
Kentucky and:! Tennessee Leighton Hood in Palatka. nr.'l Mr<. L. D Vlnlnwrrn '.' .
.T Corbett, anlllrK.: Jewell
I Mrs: Hobeit Jackson alien i- now members signed up during effective will return an ifdltlotial -
Mls1Jenny Beth Limb< of Mr. a.ndfrl! !. C. L. Cooper I Notice to Deep Freeze own Mrs :Mary Hlxon of Stark vl-ltin t :: Mr aiH Mrs Cummlngs. The :Ministerial
pd the funeral of Genera / the week of June 11.13.The 4:10 of one p' o'I
Central City Ky returned had as supper guests las' ers Large South Carolina\ and Edward NL-hols of Ocala J. C. V.tiinin: Palatka ave Alllnnce is to
Mark W Lance In St name n representative new officers and board I from on. which bl.t .
with thorn for a week's visit I Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Jamei) Peaches. $3.00) Bushel,' Dowl are ptiLiits in the StarfciIs'itr.ln the weekend Augustine to the board. now
Monday: : afternoon will take office July 1. t their rate of yield Intoe\
with Mr. and Mrs Mercer Cooper of ChlefUnd. Inn Produce Market on 301. Home. :Membership in the OI'ltanl-
with current bon: s

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Jf! Conner I Insurance I\//.: n'y. ; Attorney'

Commissioner Agriculture/ Flor) Bradford County Telegraph

ic Chid-S10t. 1 000 and Child Man, Wife and ida. JOHN: A. TORODE

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? Parties Given I w1I11.:" .- .;....-t tI.\ "1"fl1jIft .:f1, .. Miss Phyllis Darby Is Entertained I McMiirtrip-Griffis 1 '1 1i

+a1y1 .. .
For Mrs Thornton 0. At t Sorit-H Ol j Lovely Parties I This Week i Engagement Told
Recent Bride
A iHi'htiul! \ Coio-fo.i! ;! rMIe" --, gladioli: amid hvdran- Mr. and Mrs. ,'lames* Lellfhf" ,

Mr DonniiTlimntiin \\'IIHMmm \" 1r nai I-, v ,.is, Hi.en Mntuln.vmom : : CPUS i'ip !keel' In the. living-' | Ion :\ ''l\rtl'h'\ of Ktarkf an-

MOOTY\ i ,'iK1'; was, tvi,'pntlv "rr, '"! irom 10 lo 11':10: f a room and! fllnln't! room for I irounre the I 'nRiiRPiTipnt':: .and

Phone 964-0651 'ilim ..d.. has been" hit tot cd' m lionoimn Miss Phyllis) 1 the occasion.( The bride's '| iipproiichlng imirrliRp.. of their ,

MOth ,i-\-oial (LiitKH' in I tin. "0101 Loth':' ) .H.plilar: brHr-elppt. In table In the -'inlnp room was I 1 daughter." Jessie Campbell, toI

-- .)r ii, (II! wceli. "n, \0'0, of patties ti( \I'll III crnteica( : with a silver howl I I Hilly Ckjiflon CJriffla. hon of

Bridal Shower The i MC'lhmll"l0111..0.. ici hiiuoi, this werk Mis. holding .pink roses and \\''hitpomrOlc1 '' :\ tend\ :Mrs Leonard Grifft.s

SunUiSchool ,cl 111-i -s 1.1\< ... ,iitmchtMii Oaro\ '\ III) become the bride, Tables In the living of Starke. I Itr.

For Mrs. >If f spnn.in: Apprentice Rob- The will take place
Lawson, ) and, nn-i' .cllani''.mshnvi > "room were centered with wedding

u"Ir < 'i' for :MM; Thointun 1 1,1:1 t erVV! Nobles of Like City crystal: vases holding shasta! Saturday July 0. ot 7:3O: p.m.

Recent Bride r, Frnlii..it. the hiiniiol :MiA at t aii( : I'tnony In the pres- daisies. Bridal place cards In the Madison Street Baptist.

.f Y { N Jlolliday "nci, ..If)f the immediate fnm- marked the seatlni arrangements Church with a reception following -

Mi' W E Lawson Jr the y The four brnlj. t twhere ,hl"| llii'on Satur 'ay pvrnttiKJtin. ; ', for the in l siiPsts.! at the home of the i
formM: Miss Janet Parmenter / f .' J5 nt 7 o'clork in the rdo's| parents at Whispering
s guests. were. "" iiiilwen1 The !attest list InrliidPfl\ the : I
a !recent bride, was honored First flu mmti-t Church '. Pines Motel 301 I Smith,
"centered with mull n' hnllol'e" nuns :MI-K/ C. W. i on
at I a bridal shower'
nmRCinents. of hvdinnfii: I i"> MI s nee Walt-is wns ih" ChalkPi' and! Mrs ncWItt C. Fturkp.
Tim' un' niKht. Jane 9, at anti wedding, bells, The ,dining hostess toi this nffnlr at the Jones and Miss Kllsp: Jonesof

7 30 clock at the home ot room table held l nn AI'I'III1A"( .< home of her" parents, Mr" Oalnivsvlllp ;and Mrs Roy :

Mrs C ,L. Cooper. Hostess ment of hydr.inK04; oi'iiti-icil( and :MiS L. Peck Tr, on ,'' Ward and Miss/ Jim! Ward' ; Oshorne-Nocgcl
with ;\11" Cooper were MisH N Chui'h' strret Pink nnd
na bride and This
Krnom of Lake City
A Lawson, Mrs Mail Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Osborncof
r was flunked\ b\' white tapers blue hydringcas were usedto :
Slem'I'11 t : R O Daii band As .a memento( of I the 01"- Ra Ifo..d announce the approaching -
>1. <
i ii In ,'iTVstnl holders. advantage/ dccoriitln-i I
:\11'J.. T Laws >m Among 'the 16 u.'l'el'e' H//: ;)olllt.- of Interest In the easio't mother.tr;Mrs honoree and heel:I .: marriage of theirdau'd'ler

R"d l : ,ores were used i idecointli for the Charles Darby i I Charles!
::0.11. 1 1' W. Strickland,, moth- part. rooms ol''oslon'l, were, esented with (' Sara. to

1ri for time g! occasion.the Cooper The home- 4 y,> of the hUllnl'''''. I ugly The dlnlnu! room table was tlOI'OrSAps.!/. Miss Darby cnnia-, :I, Noexel.! .'on ottr.: and Mrs.
a Ktrlcnni. lice sKtor. :Mis' overlaid vlth a white !linen
freshmen table was co\-.'ed I i was AI rolvt'n/\ a borde'l'dIIht'l't Joe Noepc.1/ of Stat ke. which
of ksonvllle. cloth and 1 held render -
1tn"IOIIfoYI'" \ a nlranRpmcnt -
i -"A: with a white linen cutwo'kcloth her, grandmother, and :Mis' of the samp flow and pillow case set will\ take place on Saturday.
from her
o\er, blue with an ar- N I' Rlccui'di:/ of :Miami her I hostesses July 2 at 8 p. m In the First

th Ann Wallace r ranacment, of pink hydrangeas mint + ers.Ml's Walters was assisted' Methodist Church. Starke.

; In the center The in sonIdhv Mrs Perk JrMrs Mrs Carl. Chnmblnss ofJ.lcksjiivillc
The class presented :Sirs' : I
;derick Thomson i punch bowl was placed at on' entertained nl. a
Thornton with a silver, patsy ; Pi-ck Sr. and :Stirs:
end of the table and wedding dcllttntful! bridge( luncheon i i .
Wed July 31 J I set as a memento i>f the 01'- Katharine Peek.Ml --
cookies, nuts and mints at cuslon.JIr I *. .. Darbv was presented' Wednesday\ at her home ,

the other end. Around tin I for her niece. Miss Darby. I .
1' and Mrs. rolll'phll: : with a personal I c'fl: from r

la.e of Frankllnton. La punch bowl were Ions spray- ". Thornton teas also the her hostess as a memento( of The 12 guests from Starke I \

5Ut.ce the enara?ment aI! of greenery Interspersed ._ honoree, at a lovely bridal, Barbara Yoder the pnty. included lends of the hon- |' '

daughter Ruth Ann tot, with pink hydrangeas, : shower Thursday cvenlnR. I tie;
Weds Mr. FinkIn
I oroo.Miss
lam Frederick Thomson, Oarers. were played by th'' June 10. lit 8 o'clock' nt St 0'Monday pvnlnor 1\1111..1; Chambliss presented

of Mr. and :\1I's.V.. HTlBon 25 guests attending: and :Maik's Episcopal Parish I Jacksonville DArbY wns. honored( Bt nl I hetniece, with a sift as a .day

of :Monticello and prizes were awarded to the Miss house Ho.st. P.SSOS were Misses. i brBtn: party and 1 m'sccllnn- memento of this' affair. I awe' ...

,idson of :Mrs F. F Stumpthe wlnne-'s.! Della Rosenberg Is HonoredAt Judy :McRae and I Peggy Sliiin- 'j Miss. Barbara Yoder. fouls shower, I'I'Iby MrsO. I I like.tx

late :Mr. Stump of Tillhostesses presentedthe BP\V 'Earlv Bird' Breakfast barker. I dauuhtuof, Mrs. Mark L. Haynes Jr.. Mrs 01'01'-1 Luncheon .
I ke. honoree with two piecesof -- -- Standing, In. the receivingline ,:: Moody of Oreen Cove RC Miller: and Mrs. H. II I

Ilss Wallace graduated Corning': Ware as a memento MlDelia Rosenberg! : ImmediAte the PreNldentinl Suite of the were Miss! McRae. :Mrs Sprl:1: s. and Charles Henry Adams at the home of the For Beverly BakerIn no'Other
I i Frnnklinton High School of the occasion. I P. \V Strickland; mother of
: Fink of Mrs. Roy
Jr. Enst Call
past state P' e'ldent Font" :.Inchleau Hotel. son latter on Stri'rtA -
ror-elved her B. A. degree I the honorl'e.11'5.:: Donnie I JacksonvilleMiss
of the BPW Club was honored MI s Rosenberg is shown': Childein! of Mlddleburn. were pink and preen cnlOl'mot.lf

lementary education from ,' \VMU Circles at .in Early Bird] break- abovelth Mis Marie Bow- Tho'ntonfl'S, : Kills.) Thornton niar'rfd at 6 p. m. Saturday was carried out In HIP I a'

eastern Louisiana Col fast at, the state convention In de-n. p"ei ldont of the BPW mother of the hr'lclcgl'oom.lOd In the Church of JesusChrist floral,) nrrinsempiiis! and : Hevcrly Hiker CAptURE ',T'ALU'From
in Hammond. Lii., where I Met Last Week Miss Shnnburspr. I to-be,
/ SaintsIn m.d daughter of '
Miami Beach hostrd by five Foundation, at the "Haw-g of Latter Day party decorations The five brlrlc-I
was a member of Alpha' The /gifts were placed 1 n- and MA. B. Butter of 'll e flrit'ity'ol
members of the Starke club. Klllinlit which Jacksonville card tables wencrntpiel
$4 600
nn Tau social sorority At Ida:!: Derby Circle of theFirst / over ,round, 11 wishing well In.. Mis Bertie Olson. Mrs. I Ii wall v.ijsed fothe\ BPW ho..t.1 Bishop! Clayton J. Perry officiated with small arrangements of Thu 0119 dat.
ent. she Is. employed KM n Baptist WMU: met corner, of t the room. The I 1 dents was honored at a lunchpon -
her by the Brvarrt Connlonrd Tues<1-: i afternoon June 14.i Ben K.mmons. Mrs. Mildred Scholnishlp at Flor'ldlState esses presented the bride with pink pompoms The dining lust/ Wednesday given. I i ". li chug
Doyle. Mrs D<>sta Dyle, and Unly"rsity The, Star ke club Miss Yoder Is the niece of room table. where the gifts I! $ "Thisonedey.
I '
of Publii'" Instruction I at the! home of Mrs W. B I I it ''bountiful peignoir\ net a* a by Mrs: S. G. Denmark and It to lull.

ntusville. Sap:>. with !Mrs a H Ben- I Mrs Doiothv lU1bE'rl're! : e contributed $160. "remembrance of the occasion Mrs W H Hart and Mrs. were displayed was centered :lit.". H. II Adams. at th.... lr i 1 ..iI' Youthoufda

r. Thomson graduated from nett as O-hostess. hostess at the breakfast in The refreshment, tallies> Edith Chikttlansen\ of Starke. with a silver container hold- Heart of Jacksonville. Motor I .a. ptur It opt.
beautiful Miss Carol McRae of Ing a graceful bouquet of' "
Countv i covered with
rson High School business! were Lodge/ '
The t'evotlonal )I tli.A
pled the University of handmade hire cloths, Stake organist provided pink w :lute and green,, asters .
Ida and latl'I'oduated session and program were Jessie McMurtrie Miss Beth MartinIs The hostesses. WPPR assistedby nuptial music preceding the and stock The luncheon table seating For the photographic record of Ie.
/ conducted by Mrs L. O. \ I ( thp 17 guests. was. (centered. weckllnl.he\ services of I qoslproleuiorul ....
Florida State their mothers, MM. J. H. ceremony and accompaniedthe After several proKrpsMon.sof /
T University with ... ..
Po\\\!. Taking/ part: on theprogram Complimented Honor Guest an arrangement of yel- photographer -
i a B S. degree In account- I : were Mrs. Cula Co- McRae and Mrs. John Shim- soloist Mrs. Carl Luke. brl-Ke prizes: weld awarded low daisies. and ,gladioli.:: --.' -
He Is member Liimb- I i At Bridal I her The! honoiee was presented -
a of Shower At Two Parties bnrftpr.Approximately Given In marriage by .
j ran Mrs. Paul Raymond. Guests: Included" Mrs. K I,. Photographs you will
::::hl Alpha social fraternity : 8O guests. uncle. C. W. Beasley Sr. of with a pink cnrnatlincorsa'jo
1 and :Mrs L. N. Picketing.After I I Biggs/ anti, daughter\ Karen, treasure lifetime in
Beta Gamma, Sigma, I :MiMM: Jessie :MrMurlrlP.brideelect : MK< Beth Martin whose tended I this delightful I affair Gainesville the bride wore a and n personal gift! a ,
1 of Ulrmingham Ala\ Mrs.' Ida'
with natural color.
fraternl- adjournment was from her hostesses! as a remembrance beautiful
o ra accounting; complimented arrlPMtto, Larry Parr will : nowi of peau de sole and! Bilker of ..Jack..Clnvlll.tran.I. / ,
He i III emplove.il us an ac- j prayer. refreshments were nt 11 bridal shower last Friday I be nn e.-t>nt of Saturday I Misses' :Marian' Green and Alencon lace featuring a fitted : of the affair. mother of the honoree and I| Call us today, Ask for

ntnnt with R. F. Stance served by the hostesses. I night given by :Mrs Woodrow June 25. at 8 p. m. in the Patty niRhnm t-ntortalnoil nt bodice( with scalloped AmoiiK the 20 guests wa I Mrs.. W. R. Jackson of JarklBonvllle. free wedding brochure. \
and Titusville.he fulfils: in her, home Pratt shower Wednemlnvevening Mrs Charles Darby motherof
Co In I on Madlton Street Baptist a lingerie/: neckline! / lace appllqued skirt mother of the bride Complete albums priced
wedding will be an event Eth n l BI/gs/t Bi-ownlee and j gu t t-ct. i Church 111been the inspiration ,:: from 7:30: () to If o'clocknt ( and circular train. Her bouffant the brldp-elect. groomelect.The to fit every budget

July 31 I In the First Bap- Lottie Moon Circles met I Pastel streamers and arrangements -1! for two lovely partiesIn > the home of the" Litter in veil of silk illusion was honoree was presented.!

Church of Franklinton, j i I Tuesday, night. June 14, at I of mums were Brooker. for :Mrs.' Thornton attached to queen's crown The! K L. Matthews homeon
the past week a
with white
a corsage -
the chimh Lottie :Moon Circle u..eel. l to loc'oiMte the party Spring flowers wore used to of ppail) and crystal and shecarried E Adkins street wits the pompom BULLINGTONSTUDIO
; and of her chosen
List: Thursday> eveningMiss a piece l
with Mis J'mmy' Crosby rooms for, the ''''''lIslon. Therefreshment i I advantage; in highlighting/ /: \ cascad" arrangement HPttlru; for a lovely! luncheonon I"
: Mat tin was honored at a china pattern from her
table, nmrivlwith \ interest In HIP partyrooms .
ib pi04.am' chat)1IIl1n, was points of of mums and ste?han- Tuesday given by Mrs hoslesspi' the
shower given byMrs nil a of
NOTICE; TO DEEPFREEZE ) ; ; In charne of the program a white linen <'cloth wnsfi'nti'ivil 1brllal: for the oociiHion. The with orchid.. Matthew and Miss Lllllar>, \
Nolln Mrs., W. E, otls centered an neellslon. /
P T. used
an ittrimgement a \ Name lowers were
; OWNERS "My Family Witnessing In, Mrs Ronald Crawford of Stump for, Miss Darby PIIONK Ofi 1-7271
of while pompom and fem.. I Law-son! Mrs J. T. IAWSOII! the refreshment. table.
South C'.lrolinaPEACHES Arrangements' of shafts I II L
,.arJ'e The Community. :Members H. Orange Park cousin of the
Mrs. !
Party games:; were played.1I Mrs Kell Lawson Several games were played I _
taking part were Mrs.Chall I Mrs. Jerry bride attended as matron of
i durillgtill' evening II nil prizeswere A. Lawsrm! and during the pnrty hours an.1pl'l.es
lc-i:: Francis !Mrs DonNeel awarded lo the winners I Ony !at the horn0 of the latter I : were awarded, to the honor., She wore a yellow -

$3.00 Bushel l. old !Mrs' Bobby Taylor Among 1 the 1S guests II too on Fast Call street winners. satin full length sown, and

OWLINC! I'It01)LTCE; Ethel Biggs Crcle: was In tending were :Mrs J. L>. :Mc- i Arvaiwrneiits of pink and Among,:: the 15 A'UeHtll'rc her cliiular veil was held In 4r

;MAHKKT: dial-0 of refreshments for :o.1111.trl i mother. of the honoree, blue hydrangeas/ and crepe! I Mrs. Strickland; and. diniKhtors place bv a matching velvet >r

on :301f the t.oup' ;i and, ;Mrs. Leonard Oriflls. mother I, myrtle wore used. In decor-( |I Cindy and Gloria, and, bow. She carried a cascadeof

'' of I the bridegroomelect.Hammer / ntln: the Gay' home for the Mrs Fills. Thornton. yellow pompoms.
Wt /rln'( Identical gowns
orrasio.i( \ The serving table I
were the bridesmaids Miss fir J I It
was cmtied! with a white Linen Shower
Wetii Manning of Jacksonville -
linen cutwork cloth and crntered -
with nn arrangement I Is Given and Mrs Sandra, Williams
( of Doctor's Inlet. Their\
of hjdringi'H.s.: balanced Miss
II pi-Ik For Tyink flowers were also yellow
bv whit candles In crystal

holder'A garland of fein,. 11iJean TyinK was honored pompoms V
Martina Campora of Starke
hydrangeas and! gardenia linen shower by r r
lnk v.iln a +, sw
served! as lower itlrl. weal Inn
1e'Te 1- -; encircled the. punch the ladles of Pine Level Baptist : W J
dews- a yellow smocked, dress and
w howl. Mrs. Oladys WascllnpieslflPil Church at the home of
carrying a basket of mum
\ nt the punch bowl Mrs. Owen Alvarez. She re-

Duiinr', : the p'\' ty hours ...I'IVf"many\ lovely linen petals.Roy Chllders served his N a

I :Mrs..J. T Lawson nave a pieces stepson as best man and l
f .
"venrtmn on 'Live" OIP Oavsmm Th'! refieshment, table was 1
ushers were Josenh L. Herbert -
I )
: "I.ovp and Onions Don't covered with a lace cloth pnocelltl''e,1
of Jacksonville, and the
i's 1 Mix." winch, was written hv : with a lovely flower! Broom's brother Richard + ;

1 his grandfather George L., I arraruement flanked with Fink.. of Middleburn sI

I TolRln Sr, ., and he wns. nc-( candle holders. Punch an-l After the ceremony a re a.t I"
!, companied, at the piano by cake were !served to the
('rptlon0'1 held In the recreation I t tI
his sister Nancy Oav many quests who called between -
rjeIt I i hall of the church.
presented the hours of 7:30: and I
; Thhosteg'p.s Oiie&ti were greeted nt the ,
1 the hoi-iiree with a sierllim, 19 o'clock door bv Mrs C W Beasleyof (
i Hostesses for the occasionwere I
silver vn e all a memento of Gilnosvllle. the bliJe's: ;/ II 4 wry Kr

Nt the occasion Mrs Owen Alvarez., aunt and! Mis Orover Ford II I

I| The 23 attending includedI .. I I :Mrs Joel JacksonMrs AII I Mrs. Hart and Mrs W C. I ej
r. vln Fair.\ Mrs Irene Fnulk- "
I Mrs. George Martin, mother I Manning Jr cut the tliieo- jl
-t of the! brldp-to-be. ner. Mrs! Hugh Hutcheson. I tiered wedding cake, and 1.
'I Mrs B M McRiP. Mrs.. Put Mis Ann Manning kept thebrides j ail ls ,

Baldre?. Mrs Vernle Thorn- ,
book Punch was
Mis 1. A. Canova end ton. and Miss Carol Farr.
served by Mis Marlon Cam-
son David entertained at a
I porrt. and Miss Alice Kniuht
party Monday evening: at Mrs. Donald CarterIs
I I After B wedding trip to
their hemp: on Klngsley Lake
for Miss Martin. Shower Honoree i iMI New Orleans La.: Mr, and
Mrs Fink will reticle at 1000

and( Chisel A liivmir' : coverod Tin:;) refreshment with a lace table cloth was | .bride Donald, was Carter the ,InsPlra-I'a recent :'I Mr.Bolo Fink Court.is Bridge eimlove.there City) La ,;

and f-ntered with an arrangement : by the Avondalc'Rllpynrd! ?.
I tlon for s bridal given '
., Agarlam
of hydrangeas( I .. -
surrounded Monday evening[ from fJ! .,.-
of fern
Recent BirthsMr
Problems ,I eluht tc nine o'clock at the
End Your Messy the punch bowl. / l

With A II The 20 BU-sts Included home ton of Hostesses Mrs Vernle with Thorn Mrs Alvarez. mid,J.... Mrs announce Owen the R

it member of the Madison \vc\ v
Mrs. Jerald
Thornton were
Street Baptist Church choir adoption; of a son George/ 7
Buld'Un. Mrs Gene Sumner.
Ratijnl!, born June 10
i and! the quartet sang a
:Mrs Bishop Myrick, Mrs

MODERN WESTINGHOUSE FROST-FREE iI i iI number.Mrs: C'a' nova and David! Star'lr.Vernon' Ollsson and :Mrs Joe 'I'I Mr, and :Mrs Carl linn Inn/ ,I i i TONI TODD celebrities t:

I announce the birth of a .son. :
presented the honoree with
I A lace: cloth covered the Thomas Eugene, on June! 171 COUNT THCSC TONI' TODD'B AMONO YOU* FAMHION AS8BTB.
chrome serving tray as a I
REFRIGERATOR memento of the occasionFairclothOrmancl punch tered with table an which arrangementof was cen- They have: an uncanny knack lor; going; blithely from one HMIOII, lianother. ) .

gladioli. THE BRADFORD Left the darkling plaid with Holt cowl collar box. pleat skirt. j.

12 CU. FT. TO 22 CU. FT. The 20 guests included: COUNTY TELKCJKAPII; r; Yarn
Mrs R L Row ell. mother of Published every Thursday' Ir I-; combination: ( of deep: plum, /llue, /green. 818. Right, the h-po' < kctnkimmer
Mrs: J L Falrcloth announces the honoree. and !Mrs Russell -
at 138 W. Call St.. accented.: wills red buttons and stitching. Wear the Belt'beltfor ;
the marriage of her( Caller, mother of the
No Down As Little As Liberal Trade-In dauhttr.. Elsie: Geiger: to bridegroom: !/. i Starke. FU. 32091 ;!, a i than;'e. In crisp poplin" of Celanese Fortrel polyester and, Avril ,I ,

I I Lynn Ormnnd., : son of :Mrs A Thermal blanket was E. L. Matthews editor and rayon IJoyal( blue, grey, green. 818. Both stay fresh, e" 1'clU'c 1. .

Payment $10 A Month Allowances II Mary Phillips Rev. Charles presented the bride AS a memento publisher! y. lust tiine-v\amiable.

CulbretSi performed the ceremony of the occasion from .
111 the First'' :Methodist her hostesses!, Second class postage! paid! only' lft. LOOK /* ...p.nv. !,
Church in Folk.ston. Oa on at Starke. Fla.Sult..rlptlon p

) lone 14 at 2 p mTT rote, "lot Miles> on U S $12; and $14
Slude Gas & Appliances :! Savitu Bonds hate been Rates:

409 couple I Is residing at Increased four times since. In trade area: $3 CO per
Center trpptfr! Orr -
$2.00 lx
:year\ : 1< month
the first Sei Icjs E
1'1 t Bond was Inc.
dl'rt! { I'I n radon, dl-r"'h("'' Outside trade )
I'JIONK() ; !)fail 7701 area: $ U)0
; ,
32:: \\ L1llIrOti'f. I, mild 011 :May 1. UJtl! Gum -
ir th. Hf,n(rkp Polls eIllCIlt fppal t- enr late U I 4 IS per vent per year: $225 MIX months :Sl.nUi-; I 1'01 hinn 1.curlerII :
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Bernice Kppn (left) and L.U Bishop performed rupiibly In Harold Uilsh.. ) Bishop (center) In lending men'H. tournlrhandling '

the ttrorlnp, starting times, and pairing. at last ment MU far. lie I I..* flunked by two college pl" '..r.., Ted llun- It

weekend's- Pro-.lnt Tournament. Hon. Jr. of Lake City, and Hubby Braun of JiwkHonvllle.M I., f1k.5_

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Another foursome. of Stroke players. who will be competLoc'RI players still contending Include (from left) Buddy -- .

M lag this weekend (from left) I Charles Sawyer, Pepper Thom- Bishop, Comer Ferryman, Dr. II. II. Adorns, and l Bill Adiunn. Test Your Skill/ Win SubscriptionThis .v. Lawson R. El. Edmondaon
David and But ; Charles Schaefer, Rudolph
as, coats" Kpp'
I Walter AlvarezAt I Chism Carl Johnson and D.

r lieniMc. group,, pictured at a birthday party. Hpverul drrmlra. ago. Includes L. Rigby.

:: Ocala Golfers Wet Course I fllgh : Ladies Tourney Terwillegar'sWalter I the fares. of sonic \..ry prominent !Starkcltes.The .

Young Bishop this year has'' RescheduledDue Alvarez. general Telegraph him the name or a good many of them, but we would like to

:I: Win Pro-Am Delays Annual won the Lake City and NAS I manager of O&C Motors. know them, till. Therefore, we urn offering u. one- 'Pl1r MibHcriptlon. for the most TilE RIGHT POINT:' for the

I Cecil Field tournaments. To Rain Ford Dealer at Macclennyfor <-<>nii>lete idcntlflrutlon. that reaches. our office before Tuesday. June 27. A ..U: months. way you write. Come In andlIub..nlption

r Last Friday InvitationalRain First round results are: the past two years, Is a ulll lie given( for the neioiul best Ideiitlflcablim list welect your favorite. ESTKR-:

.. Championship Flight A Delayed by rain, the annual new employee of Terwlllegar The list.. of mimes, UN complete) ax we run ,snake It, ulll he published next w..k., BROOK fountain pen. TELE-
and Invita-
Ladies Pro-Am
Harold Bishop. Starke 71 Motor here it was announ-
: Ironwood Country Club pro and a wet course forced ; tional golf tournaments are HO. oars this .picture\ anil. he the fun of matching names und f.icett.: OKAPII.
Mitch 73
Fields Jacksonville. ; ced thin week.
'- Dave Philo of Gainesville and of
postponement Sunday scheduled for next Monday, -- --
Bob 75
Brann Jacksonville ; I
teammates Freeland Brown the annual Starke Golf and Tuesday, and Wednesday, Alvarez a native of Bradford The two Bradford alumni
Championship B -Guy Sapp, High K: OK T\
Gary Burke, and Ron Holland Country Club Invitational County, will begin work Gen. SternbergAnd tors.Gen.
June 2729. ,
Palatka, 70; Harvey Reynolds, are seeing a lot of each Sternberg's
Monday in the Sales Department I I .
carded a 60 last Friday June Tournament until this week- of county Com-
Palatka, 80 Pa- The. tourney is set I other these days: General i
Miller pro-am
; Doug
at Terwillegar's, "Mr., and Mrs. N Dradforcl l
movIng County
: 17, to win the annual Starke end. Pvt. Reaves
latka. 80; Rabbit Marranville for Monday, June 27 with the Sternberg has selected Reaves ..'t at the Court
Golf and Country Club Pro- Players could have gone the Jacksonville NAS, 80; Earl invitational tournament slated new and used! cars and to be his stenographer and former residents of Ulerk'H office on

Am, golf tournament. final 18 holes Wednesday or Boylea. Keystone Heights 80. for Tuesday and Wednes- I trucks. I f Continued From Page OneJ I I assistant driver.In. now reside in Daytona | 6th hay or July

Finishing second with a 61 this Saturday and Sunday. First FlIght- Chuck Gmn day, June 28 and. 29. He has been in the auto I a recent interview with a Hoard of or Equal'hear-
was the team of NAS Jack- June 25 and 26. mobile business for many''' division and recently returnedto purpose' '
Palatka, 78; Bob Porch Pa- The three-day affair was the Associated Press, upon Masonic Rites and recelMntc
onville pro Lou Chaff composed Guy Sapp of Palatka posted latka, 78; Barry Firth Starke, originally set for June 2022. years end invites all his' the State from a 26- his. return to the States, Gen. I to the value of

of Roy Stone Les Smith a two-under-par 70 Saturdayto 79 Second friends and customers to see months tour of duty in South Sternbe.rg said the Viet Cong H.'O'I'U', 'teal or personal
; Flight | flx ,"l the Tax
and' Fred Ritts. AI Harvey win medalist honors in the Tumlin) Palatka, 75; Richard I Legion Team him at Terwillegar's. Viet Nam. I ". are tough For S. E. "" the by year 19dd:

Lake City pro, sparked Boots opening rounds of the two-day Hobbs, Starke 76: Bob Ever- The other more recently Tornado I fighters who believe guel'lIIa'l \* *r or agent! of:
1 tournament. Starke's Harold was Pfc. Robert E. us l over a barrel .
CourtJail ]
leth Palatka 77 Third Mayor's (Continued from Page
; FlightH.
: Bond, Smiley Norris and Pete Meets G'ville ... II.: JOHNS-:
Bishop III was second with a H. Adams. Starke, 81; (Bob) Reaves 10 who enter- feel the U. S. will become discouraged -I of Hoard County

Barcia to a 62 and third place 71. According to pro Bob Bill Adams Starke 81; Buddy -\ ed the Army In June 1965 and withdraw its I Witt C. Jones Funeral < ,,,,,,l ""'" of Brad turd

in the one-day affair. Cherlco, Sapp has commit I Bishop, Starke, 82; Fourth Here ThursdayAmerican terms) or fines were and received basic training at support of South Viet Nam." :Masonic rites were .

Z 'Starke's quartet of pro Bob ments which will force him to FlightDavid Silcox. Starke or's handed Court defendants resumed Its as May- Fort Gordon Ga. His parentsare Te said that 500,000 moretroops at the graveside by the I i : : T'\nUy.
I weekly
Cherlco. Clyde Terwillegar cancel this weekend's play-off 81; John Harrison Jacksonville I Legion Post 56 sessions Mr. and Mrs. Carl C. are needed to seal off :Masonic Lodge.
Tuesday night aftera
Stencil of Route 1, Starke. : South Viet Nam Infiltra Active pallbearers were \ :I
Charles Sawyer, and Bobby leaving Bishop in the first 90; David Coats, Starke, baseball team will play Gain- threeweek recess. from

McRae had a 65. spot In the championship 02. esville here tonight (Thurs- Mayor Randal Chitty the
day) at 7:30: at the BHS ball
presiding officer had been absent -
Y Four Youths park. The public is Invited to attend summer field Hire The Chamber"rl
.. and urged to attend.
training with the National

7 Leave SundayFor The team will play in De- Guard. A total of 16 persons !' UJ;::! ; (,; ew1onerspr nq4 HAVE YOU TRIED !the finest .
You Eat Better For Less
Boys StateFour land Saturday night, appeared Tuesday night; one I .. ; ftnif Box Springs JOBS OPEN In cusmctlcs an4.Hlldn'< .? MY9fns

Emmett Akrldge. former was found not guilty and two n. t,1.IftoI 1 Drei t> I'* A Curd or Call Tmrnflat For tree hamedunoneLraUon: Ar
penlng far ei
You Buy All Your Groceries At boys who will be Se- BHS motindsman Is scheduled other cases were ';;C IMIATKA KA 39196MBS. perk d kkeP tsaby phone Lazier Consultant' Ito ..wnm
lors at BUS next fall will attend to pitch Thursday night in Several others were i"wut 9HAIAEHE .
diRmls8l'd'j ; I'KOOY enter Proctor 964-8381 :.or 46463M. ". .
I City Fish & Meat Market Boys State In Tallahassee Starke. Other members ex- ed. 3'.rl'.f.' ;' I'. 5 Adklnj St f.a a erie&fiisyv p. : v-.tp> II\IS\ Palnnl
from June 26 through pected to start are: :M. San- Cases against .tte s .: 1. tarke..4 nscenls: har rd Arliti

July 2.The i derson W. :McLood Dale employees a train engineer 1 OtlsJ"HI unless t Do you need a. baby'alttlr? Rents

And We Give four selected by the B-1 Crosby, G. Bement P. :Mc and. two conductors were post- ,t "Ia.u I T' D Will sit by "1or week. Call a31t

HS faculty and American Le- Leod D. Elder or Robbie poned until Tuesday June 28. 964.3044. 3tp, 0110( p4.
gion Post 56 are Dale Crosby Smith C. Howell, R. Jones Warrants have been signed ntral
))11 ,4.
GREEN BACKS Jim Godwin Wayne McLeod, and I. Bryant. Others expected against the three for blocking f ; n at: 3.) E'u 0 e ED +Colik'Cui'b: :.Ir.s> ]
and Marie Sanderson. to see action are D. Grlffls, city railroad crossings In excess IRhE x arke tKh ym nd waltress.s. Apptr..m'rI Tilt
and Scoggins.The of five minutes as set ,
: Our Entire Store Is Your Organizations the four are helping American to- team played Palatka forth In a city ordinance. 1t'' Coo "_"' ch8 n>.Le '. DrI .....IM:0: : '
sponsor .
3 ,
fund i Nu a pia i'
Premium Department Legion Post 56, Starke Rotary Wednesday night but the Cases tried were: cps R r ,h 780.14c
I j Club. Clvitan Club and score was not known at press Vivian Brown, Negro 17, Jvorvthlnjfrtte 2 d falls o '
: Green Backs are redeemable right here In our the Starke Shrine Club. time. profane and Indecent language, ma stalI k ee t T awl toi be RI rJ k.Tubelt4
to The Legion team Is coachedby public Intoxication, and fighting '
No off waiting Green Backs I The program Is designed 'price.nn c L' 1{ sod 'Gua qdr
store sending or w u wester ni
and bodily harm loll
have the young men. spend a Edgar Akrldge. doing kin I, H' 1.11111 cn8 ,,a ,, 1\111..
are redeemable for groceries!; meats, vegetablesYour I' week in the study and practice sentenced to 20 days in jail. Df s. t na '+ a b3 lei
( STILT b I01.rrY .
choice of anything in our store-Start' saving of city, county, and state Trailer DamagedBy Harrington Chandler Negro I b -3 bedroom !w+ f la Jn r .F 1 F

them today! And remember- government. While there they 20. Improper driver's license nt .fed house al oklawsha '( t

-- will live on the campus of Hit And Run forfeited bond of $17.50. 'R1
= "You Get It Back With Green Backs" Florida State University. Driver On 100 Herman M. Jones, Negro h.

38, public intoxication sent- Starke 1ud< : Aggressive Assistant and 2561'work .j
enced to a fine of $27.50 or to
U. S. GOOD I Special AgentOf I by A a house 1966 trailer International being pulled trac- five days. in jail ., 131.1Three

FBI Heard Willie Banks, Negro 45 POO,
.. tor was slde-swlpped by an f;era To Intact to
unidentified automobile with public intoxication, sentencedto ( End. furd nand with oi
At Rotary Club I fine of $52.50 or to 10
damages! to the trailer esti- PKEEV --- I 'e'.tlle.screen
BEEF SALE! clays !in jail ity fen
Jiims J. O'Connor assist- mated at $250. Lawrence Covington, Jr.. In Toitm cue .L1[

ant special agent In chargeof Trooper J. K. Wade of the Negro. 38, public intoxication, nt II ea y to help build my business.; \Iu.t: ;t be able to furnish me with every condltlowith..: '.
office Florida, Highway; Patrol reported U Only :
.. FBI -
the Jacksonville Rcn
sentenced to a fine of $27.50or 7 towhole .
'''0.01 '
the driver of the tractor -
: CHUCK STEAK OR spoke at the Rotary and trailer stopped him on to five days In Jail. N -B StarCOJ all sorts i of business information and !i statistics help me to mmedliln
Club Wednesday and showed James Reddish, public Intoxication '
: SR-100 about a mile from the .r'r A' '
ROAST Lb. 59c 1'a film demonstrating some sentenced to a fine i Nlte.Sun.
scene of the incident. It is new markets for products and services keep 'I'oJ. M
I of the nntl-esplonage work of $27.50 or to five days in olihftB open my me post *

: RIB STEAK Lb. 79c !I carried on by the depart- the thought trailer the was vehicle a 1957 that Ford.hit jail.John ;>/ ) '. .. .... rol\

I ment. There was no debris of the Henry Pay tee. Negro, 40rIskd Tata ed on every sort of business development in Bradford County, 4130 1\ goodHarold'J

: RIB STEW Lb. 43c O'Connor Introduced Carl unknown vehicle at the scene 31, public Intoxication, forfeited +-: {I60o'ytc Park i '

E. Season: the new resident 4.5 miles west of Starke on bond of $27.50. it I wee> attract new payrolls, be able to quote freight rates and advise, porJgned- betweeni
at St. Augustine, who Billy Alvarez, disturbing
agent I
and arrests .
BRISKET STEW 3 Lbs. $1.00 SR-100 no were Com .r J
first visit to the sentenced to a fine
his peace
was ''',
.. Starke at this time. made. of $27.50 or to five days in .Mtxlern. me on transportation matters, hou.e; rentals job opportunities i. toT. "
Driver of the tractor and TAK
: SMOKED (Whole) OR FRESH j.lII \. ed horn f PICK
foreign: exchange -
Oilson Silva :
PICNICS Lb. 43c trailer was Joe Earl Bullockof Simon :: [ Negro, 28, I, c\t\ Oil ,LA64 V 633I Brln< 1J
: student from Recite, McLeod .
: Midwest, Oklahoma. discharging firearms in city Wch) par- R& conduct supervisory i training courses, sales 1 clinics and conferences south oiB.
In Starke I
Brazil whose
year '
: -by the piece-not sliced the limits sentenced to five daysin ; yted lot with 'un. :. D."'!
made possible by
.:. WHITE BACON Lb. 49c was Rotary Club expressed appreciation Atlanta Man jail. nly 'J1750.IFT 2013 assist in convention, arrangements solve pressing problems F1a' T>h": 47S: ,

.. I for all kindnesses Is Found DeadIn Eugene Smith Jr., Negro, f "' ,' F'd h9no IPDCC

.:. FRESH GRADE "A" 'shown to him by the club I Lake CottageA days 25, fighting in jail.Charley sentenced to five .. Lftlciprtr of my growing: area, and build goodwill throughout Flor I{Utchj sea. new 'v .

during the past school term. I AYef-- Uqutdll:
: Cox 53. public Intoxication -
FRYERS LB.-35 He will leave next week fora I Rirrorwer thwuonl ida and the nation for firm and The assistant :
57-year-old Atlanta. Geor- forfeited bond of my my county. abedArugx:;; : .
tour of the U. S. before returning -
retired Col. Henry
$27.30.Dan '
gia man.
= to his home In Nahe& a 544 33 N. '
PURE Brazil. Ray Jordan was found dead Williams, Negro public 964 4U. I need must do the work of 25: employees. No vacation. Antfchg! '
I late Saturday, apparently of Intoxication, forfeited bond 3 'be-r:
LARD 3 LB. JAR 59c I IM It was.! announced that the natural causes, in the McCormick of $27.50. : .ltll Waco "J1"e"

I luncheon meeting next Wednesday cottage on Little SantaFe Jonnle B. Baker, Negro, 39, )fanl ton cook nual salary-exactly the amount of my yearly Chamber of )ALE: r.oom:
will not be held being taYe .
Lake. sentenced
public intoxication '
: FRESH n.na1e1'U! to a _
I replaced by the Ladles According to Deputy Sher-! to a fine of $27.50 or to five Sal Commerce dues. For further information-Phone 961-0301 14 y0' .
ra; hUipirt. _
= PEAS 3 LBS. 49c I Night Installation banquet at iff Robert Green of the Brad days in Jail.Howard >0 77v. for ld'' to; witOhg .
the Storke Golf & Country ford Sheriff Office Jordan Waldron public Intoxication i>:\Y-

Club Friday night July 1. was spending the weekend a- sentenced to a fine w Membership Department. 1sten. nlG,

The Lake Butler and Key- lone at the cottage. He had of $27.50 or to five days in hcrus ooo; Rob -
FRESH CORN DOZ. 49c stone Height Clubs will join told neighbors Friday that he jail.Donald i4} fton t v BufgOAl I ltD stn N11

In this! ev..nt.TilE did not feel well. When he was I Ray Simmons 30, 3 .
.. not seen by Saturday afternoon sale of beer on. Sunday sen- foutn' on
.. the neighbors enteredthe tenced to a fine of $52.50 or 3tcht.e'3o-: o.w i,, '2 ,t'OP! ; *-

.w. RIGHT POINT for the cottage through a window to 10 days in jail. I .).Jr'..!: unutr4jMyen
MeatMarke write. Come in and | .
.. (fify fish* way you and found him dead. Jewel :M.[ Noegel 51, sale of .. .
. select favorite ESTKR-: erv'Innerapriftjrtt ,r.1' ,f.NJQ: I'ltntt a
your ., % ? ;&<< '
.. I Col.\ Jordan was the broth beer on Sunday sentenced to ;+ V fPF : IInACOimetluee
TELE- ...f.1ons. :0"1 -. ddnear.t{
BROOK fountain .. )
IL \ WE STOCK A COMPUTE; LINE OF GROCERIES I j GRAPH pen. t er-in-law of the late Ed Mc- a fine of $52.50 or to 10 days ij'__ \ hd.Box% Spring o s1 t : cs i3e rot tre..haperdentollAGakron.; v":,drtplI

Cormick. _ Lilian.j i._ +


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[Bugs Christmas Council Why Do People Drive So Far To Deal With 0 G ;

Storke'x: city r.unll Is
lnHn.t ahead; | this yl-'r. but
[can't deride, what color.
(At the KUKKP&ton of Mm..
Ruby John the council MOTORS ?
acret." Tuesday. night to order -
S)80!) worth of mitirl.il
F and have city workmen bnlldChrb < ,
l tm.ii decorations fur I
telephone poles on ralnv '

$dajru.t,3110 It ovrr meant b"ylnrl'lIdy a saving/ / of- Low Bank Rates 36 Months To Pay :
made' diroratlnns If the o Sells For Less ___ Highest Trade-In Allowance --- ---

dente' miido' now.

John would. Silver' .HiiKKPHtc-l rellrrt' and rmri-1;II'rl'pnII"I.the light. silver: "fs'. Our Volume Sales Assures Ycu Complete Selection --- Largest, Best Equipped, Best Trained

that okay with everyboty9"i

,matter everybody Laughter: !onvwav.EVrrythlnir-and as.' If smiles, It itidn'l from Service Department In This Area And You Buy With Confidence When/ You Buy From Us.

'" tin oily' tin-
now" U kilvtir". Chairman: ;
Carl Hurst.. said!
Well what "'-III.I IIP. "'lit" For
; Serving
Beet then Mrs .1 him ask"d. i
Anything< wn* oknv but r"d l I This Eight
wouldn't reflect! IIH murh !
light as .iiilver. | Area L1 Years
Mot* LliiKhtrr. Silence. ,
Somebody deride.. ClerkMerrill I
orr1i. r"can be pi fed.. .. it"
Anti| *" goes th- hus'n' -- .
of the cliv council.. The i -" co '
mmittnf ended! wi bout a de ,ybw1, twa : s --
rUlon... .. I BUSINESS I I IS ,, -.. C>
Henry Griffis OUR L 1 ,,,

Services HeldWednesday SERVING YOU '. ., .. ... '.
.. -. ,----

I initial selliiiK with
Service far beyond !
!I" Henry James Jriftts, 71), a ROCS M '
" and +
, lifelong resident of Starke. us. I It t means offering, the finest" tars '- .
1.;'.' died Monday afternoon In a trucks; in their field. It means fair prices ; ?' '
. local nursing home after an on all repair and replacement work It r
\it extended Illness means promises, kept on service deadlines.It .
i; -Mr. UrKtid( was born ont means a sincere! "Thank You" for the
'July 25, 1886!! In Macclenny. in It we
f.. trust you have )placed us. means
"the aon of the late Amos and r'
will continue to do all in our power to keep rr
Eliza Holder fie
Urifiis. wax f fI
a retired farmer and attended satisfied customer.
,the Airpark Baptist Church.
'"''T\ Surviving la one sun, l,emi- CLYDK)) TI'ltWILLEf\U: <; ,
ard Griffin, of Staikc.I Hi
k grandchildren, ant, 8rv.-uil'
great grandchildren.' yaa
Funeral services were held
at 2 p.m. Wednesday in the
Airpark Baptist Church with ,
'Rev. E. L. UrlffU. Rev Leroy 3 1966 -
-, Olive. Rev. Raymond Hall
5 and Rev. Walter Lee oUi< ntt- sf:
Jng. Interment was In the family : : { : iva I 7
plot In Crosby/ Lake Cem- 3' N; at y
etery under direction of DcWltt ,. ,
C. Jones Funeral Home FULLY EQUIPPED ", w'!
Active pallbearers wet A I
''iJ. StrifklamJ Bert Stokes", J.
Baker Buddy HarriH Cllf-
,;lon r'revatt. and Tom Bryan $$800 MISCOUNT.

[Services Held
100 Per Cent GUARANTEE
:At Swift Creek

?For Mrs. Gainey

'.: MM Luanna Oalney. 70 COUNTRY
of Like But' r, died Tue THIS
{day. June 14. in the Bratl-: I
ford County Ho'pital aRe
fan extended Illness
Mrs. Oalney was born In ......
[Bradford County. and wa NEW 1966 What Are You Driving!
i the wldjv of the late' Clau 'e
A O..lnpy She was a member THUNDERBIRD
of llr? Swift Creek Primitive 1'1

C Surviving Baptist Oalney!/ are Church of one New son Port!J Full Power and Air We arc pleased to announce that Mr. Walter Alvarez will be associated with us in our Sales

Rlchey Myrll"1:: News two -dnush'er1Mrs m lakeland!: Department beginning Monday. He invites all his friends and customers to come see him.

and Mr-- Willie Mae Dob-on $$1000ooDISCOUNT
Lake: Butlerfour siste s
Mrs Rebecca Johns Lake
Butler Mrs. Inez Blond USED CAR BARGAINS
worth. Ralford: M" Thelmi USED ?
Brannon. Lak' City: and

thre Mrs. Cairie)brothers; Hlckn.! f'mer.Bartow Cleve W60 Jeep Wagon r 4 ;, $$1005 -1966 Chevrolet t
$$995 ----
and Flson Brannen nil of COUVAlIt. 500

Lake CltyFormal F4IrdOl'utunwt, l', Heater, White Tires. Tug and
1 se"'vlces. were hell! FOUR WIIKKI; : 1WIVK I Trailer Hitch-2.000) Miles
at 4 p. m. We-lnexday. June Warren Hubs-A-l I Condition
15. In the Swift Creek _
Church with EHer O M."' | $1895-1964 Galaxie 500 19 Chevrolet t
Yl1rbl'ol'':h offlc'a'tna' Burial 6 NEWMUSTANGS $$9051962 Galaxie 500 OltDOU I $1595* -- '
was in the church cem"- Full. Power and Factory, Air. :32,000 .Milts., IOKDOI) ,: IIILAIHVS ;
FOKDOKTower ) .
tery. ,1LTTOt.IATICCLEAN.' .
; !
One Owner I Like New
and Air "Condition, ; ; ,-Sharp,-One Owner
Final Rites

At For Fairbanks Rev. Carlton i FROM $$895 ---- 1962 Chevrolet ANOTHER SERVICE FOR STARKE

pastor of the Fairbanks $$2245-00 New Paint (Clean One Owner
Baptist Church died Sundayat
his home Route I 1.
Gainesville. He was also a 1962 Volkswagen NO DOWN PAYMENT
Jailer at the Gainesville Po- I $$895 ----

lice Survivors Department.Include: his wife NEW 1966 FALCON I1f:S-:1:{ SI ATS
Hazel. of Gainesville thre!' '
daughter. Mrs. Helen Ad- FC 1 1256 AIR MOTOR'ASS'EMBLYBLOCK
dlson. "Mrs.' Beadle! Wheelerand Any Major Repairs or Body B L Y
:Mrs. Sarah Henderson: Aftci *2M:( > ANY .MAKK; OU MODKI,
all of Jack:>nrile.!: a son. $1595 Down Pavmrnt:;; Work Can Be Installed On INSTALLED AS LOW AS
Morris, Fairbanks four
of :
brothers!! Allan of Hellbronn Low Monthly Payments As Low $ Ford Cars
Spring., and Henry and $13.50 $ 95 I
both of Lake As ; ,",.
Harley Carlton No Money Down As Low JLJ I I'er Mi>.
Carlton NEW $
Butler. and:! Charlie
of Glenn St Mary: two sis- INSTALLED
Io. No Down
ters, Mrs. :Mabel Goodman. PICK-UP MECHANICS
Pearl PiP-
Starke.: and Mrs:
kins. Glenn St. Mary :No.' T ::111 MODERN EQUIPMENT No Down Payment No Down Payment$20oo Payment
Funeral! services were bed!
at It Tuesdav at the
Fairbanks a. m. Baptist. Chur'h $ After< i $200 Your Authorized Ford
$1595 D+'wn Payment
with Rev. Lacy C-mway and MOTORS
Rev. Moirls Lancaster of fi- TERWILLEGAR Dealer In Bradfordand

C'latlnl Interment was InDedan Union CountiesiTmCR'D'W'
Cemetery: near Briok-
Pr, under direction of Wil'id1n' -
'" .'
Th tm.i r n. nlml -
t tit Calne..vi1t

j 1

VIUOKIi. ('Ol'NTY .....:"ltl'il. SrXKKR. ....OR.n % TiiuuNi .\Y. .JUNE as, 19116I
.'.\111'! ': /SIX

;Ni:.> I I.I.I.. .I. n'ui\ w 11 hill. 11, w 'IIIl.nl '-, The Oratin Bark ,'",,,.,,,tlj ((11,1 ...WtltI"I'
Summer Program Attracts Half \ ,I., ,i. |",,rlnil,. i.r. 'Ihli" Iv l :'inila .. ,I \iinli,. '<''n HiI .. '''' ', ,, ,,"
,> ri .ifl., I til.' ..101 I.' Mil, I"," "' ". ,,, 1"\1'\ A, O l !>1,i, in Hlurk., 11".11."I!
"1'no'l, < "...r...., I ",,' I U 1 IIMmlf \\ i ., ,idu
Of Regular School Enrollment innliaitor, ulll l hI >- it-nun.. "I. Mt ""
,I ,.. ....IIII'h.c.. ",..1."J"\ ) ,
\\1'1" '. tintlini.. M.'l, ,lui,, Hi, .n,
Neuilv une-half .of tlto It'I{- 1 nlor Hiffh School" she explnlnert IIII HIGH CAPACITY 20,000 BT2SSr 1I 1

iilur ,MI", liool .stiidtMt" n, "11,' IM "Interi'Stecl/ pnrentx. should
rolled, In one, or. unite, .ot l",iitMlimno ,contact( the school I principals." I I I..- mitlfli-il, within n\i ,,i,.,,,'
.lll> H llll.r. til.Mil IH ai- i |
]' ,cm, Irhmenl't pmgi.mis/: ,he added. I ThiHum.I, ..r fillII., I In.-' i utlnll '

which i-iinnc finni I xuch 'in'tlvItles MAY S'f.u'rS'TIlI": .if Ht'HilfiilCl" I'onntx" 1.1.i ililii FEDDERSI
ri'M.'i'Vi-H, ,tht- rIK'it" t I.. i ije.'t .
UK Arts iiml! Cinltx, Instructional t, II. GibHon. Secondary
M".' and nil tihlH ami,, 1 : .
Swlninilng.\ ModernMathemutlcH. Coordinator said that students walv. ,i.ny InfunnalitieHT1IR

: Rel11 tlng. Spoils may. start In the non-credit HtlARIl OK HI'HI.Ii' IN: I No Money Down
HTUI'Cr.oN; : OK HK.M'Ki'l.l' G :
and Games Nature Study programs at uny time. "Credit "
rill'.STV. : KMXtlUATh
iiml Soda) Studios In all of ooiirneH must meet certain. I .
I '''''HH I.. ''"."Y. .Ir MM" i iI As Little As $10 :Month
the elementHry whnols. time requirements accordingto I Intt-nfTi nt '

I On the secondary level the Hiibjoct" he said. | ___ "\ ..ItI 7I '.- We, Do Our Own Financing

I ( !grndes 7 and l ahovl'It) / 1111<"111.. School Superintendent Thomas u '
I NO'i'I\'n\ 1 or" I>"IINIIOKn.lsll.il : \ 1'1'
are enrolled In Persona I Typing L>. Casey announced that 'I"I"T"I "Kit M > % VII Powerful-will cool an. 'enlire apartment

Home KconomicH.: Diivcr all school children In this aroa I I ;Xnl'i:. ', IM |1'I.'I| >\' "I' I,10."n
Training Developmental I Rn.'idlng. be in the 'tin. fniliTMlitni'il.,. tniil'i I til I> small
accepted summer office..even
may .e. a
l |..r.i\ ,ll-inll-. nf I'linpt.r, i'1la .shop' or large,
Weightliftingllmkothall.. program providing there ,,". nf Klnrliln.' A.,.IM. ni' i' "> n
Instrumental :Music.: MiithenutlcH. IH room for them. 1 \\ III i jinn' i with tini'l" 1. rl< ,,l home with adequate air circulation.:
.. Electronics, Kngllsh.nnd : The ix-wep.k will end July tini i 'In, tut 'mil l In anil. l< >
1 Hi'iitl'i'iM, l'i.nnl\'. 1.1.,1.1.i ,. tip"
l Americanism vs. Communism. / 25. oil Ul'ni.f, nf |)ulII"II., ." "I, ,,10. Sound Harrier hushes operating sounds Hesrrvi
,?..11. .. 'HI., n ,in',, '. ,.." .>.in., .. .,i iA .
According( : to ::III'''. I-ucllle I cooling power Operates: on Imtli 230: ( anil! 208 voltuDeJiuinitliJies .

Payne Coordinator .liiuiril ."'. I'ulolllI I hNI truction, .ofKnuliofd
.' I Elementary i*'iinly. Klurliln, .HH fluNsiMHil. All In the TKI.K- -removes lip to 11 gallons of water every;
students are welcome to \id,'!ite .nf iroixl faith unflIf I : iKAI'II l.rlnifs r"N"It...
..... .. .10 enter /any ('", I..tlnPI'oIP'I1111. / Ht tilirantiIIK, | that' the HUI I-I-MH- I day. Five-year warranty 011 entire limnetic systemslirExchanger .

,..., IBny school which has, room to rill MdOiT will eXHi'iitc anil Dual I'low
I : exJiaii.itu smoke-filled uir .
: :
nci'omniodnte them. "Cuirent- furnish t" the Itourtl "f I'lIbll]iiIIIHIMII I

'A' Building At BHS Being Renovated ly : all schools have openingsexcept I trhilfla' .,tloti. of a Itrailforil iMintl. IHHIICU("i.>iint hvu Tin KKillT POINT' for theay Weather] Wheel Two speeds \Vu haLle ser-

i \\, you urltp. ( ''m'* 111 and!
the Starke Klementnry: Hurety' I'omininy llifnut'il t"i iid I :liiicidal JjltcrI .
small! sstudy School nnrl the Anderson Ju.rn I ., 'iniHiiit'XH' lit Kl'irlflu. unilllHIoil Mi-lf-i-t your favorite, KSTKKIIKOOK : I
A $20.000 renovation p 'oJtt out fioiu seven rooms! whlc-h plf'th n by the bCBinniiiR of tures or srroups. I li\" tilt* "I'tlltcll,' SllltHMTrfHMi.rv fountain 1''''". TKI.Krlustlc : :-

It under way in A-Build- toupih"r with the old hall school in Se tember. The project< U actually a I .' J>ftartMM'Mt| n" .u-4- fIt\I'II, I We Do Our Own Financing

of Bradford High School way wli: make nine new "It1" welcome pro.loot! an-l! two YNII' one with the other iiiinn' Hh',11 IK.. iniiiltthiuiiKli i ..|ita. l. .. to i ]I"". |11'T" i i lit "r l lt
IIIK Temolesnys. end of the building slated to I ,, .. t thn oiTl. .. ...I'! hi i '''n''i .in. t pi'. 11 ... \\ 11 hln ten
to create, a suit!: of nine looms of more than standard i isl'e. very much needed. : < la" > du\ << 'aftfr hHnir uwartl WINKLER' ELECTRIC INC.

loom: with movable wills: to accor-'inft to Junior t tHih The movable walls will\ underso! a similar j-enovatl3ii: l-3-K-li,, I 1.1,:Hi.rililtni I Mliall I.'.- I ii t.. i nnipaiiIf.l I I :'il" lli>- <.i.ntnii, i: >nlil IH nil; Nutcliook.. ,
next summer for the eighth '" ,.1 .iriH' *lupt.rt.ii," niaiiiliavin < $!.Sn ut the I
house the seventh grade Pilncipn.1 Jim Temple. I I allow teachers to make any .. l.v ,1, l ,liHlllim. l Ill" It "I IIIIbnll.l '
.,. ,it I nl Maid ,I.OIM! ,In In T.:1.1'0 KAI'" ||.
. ,
III III' lltlK'IIIlt 1 | t I II 2.'M: N. TEMPLE; 964-0631
for lec- Krade. l> | : PHONE; ;
Wall aie being knocked The project; is set for com- size room they wish .fill, of II- 'l.lfl (HIV, :.'l'll. ,to ,lllH |..,ilil !... "II.. '",nliai, 'lor

THK': KltillT POINT for the x <> 'i' i C' i':
his provided employment

\av you urlt.. C'oiii*' In and BHSJunlor Hi!} gram for some 40 youivtht-r! Xt.tl'i.. l.lllK'IH. hi'li'liv Ulll' !I... ,II Mlvon.....KOll thatKlllllll I.V .
.elect mir fu>'i>rlti* KSTKK-: I .
( .
> since January 1. 1966 Students tinHi. n r ii nf I'nlillc InHiriH. -
ROOK fiMinliiiii IM-II. TKI.K- 'tic.II 1, c,; l.i'ii.If.nl, .'..11 Illy. .Klcil. -
ivay: participate on the I ,. in.me' ..r tinxn'
icin n i H
basis of economic tioe.-l. and I l)c"I'Int., II"'Ml: of I'llMIc,' IllHtliHII R mm'M
their ability to do a1. erase 01 "" ..' l>,iiiilfc.iil, c'ciiiiily I'. ii'l elA SIIfD) JG1TsRmDIJSw

better school worle.lIolI'evpl'. I n"! \ '. !I"' !SllllliiKl.ilk'u.: '. Ill" ,I'
7 :III "I'M ,MOST: I c.n tho Dili .Im

HERE in all ca ps. economic need I "I lllt.% 1'Milt. f.ir till* COIIHtlU.-. << (to., ...... _.p< r"; ", ft _., ,,", r_
receive1; prime conside- ion ,tlc,,n ..! : -
I'hvwi", ,tI| ,Kiln: 11,1, Inn, l'II.-IllIy. I
Tlv Bradford Junior HUb I
1 Hllilli.Klollila. worilt "ir II-HH, one Insertioniniliiliiiuin :Mi'iiiorluN. K-H4il nt ions. etc. ...
School: PI'oRrnm. developed! at \vli.ch., linn. lilclx Hliall .li>- III.pl..ytI"l | III f'luHHllled 101. .Ion 1

by the nuthor. was started i.pi.,mil,' ,mid i Mill almiil. AnvIlldH (HiarK) I. I... l'..r word. _- -- _n..-_ ..03Cards ,
ICIllM'll. aftCltllC. HI'.I1'1. | I- (dl.SO per lI..h-lird limerllon.
as a n'cans of providing extra .'.1' ilin.. 'iiml' ,elite, will not hvI tt ii'it pulil In ", "'U11<''' .- -- l.i5:
.of hUll I. .: | |t. 50 "urd..
Incentive for pittntlal .,, |11 >
"HI''I' U"Y''tI. ...1..01.| or bllnil u..Ululjillmiiil
$1.35 Ini'h alter Hrit In-wrtlun.
t f diop-outs at the Junior IIlKh iiaii I'hini.niiriinifiilH. uni''irii., .. nlloiiH limy ILIIlon be HXIIIII-- ( ,, l-Juu-KC, ) _____________ 1.25/ (inliiliniiiii tliitre| ) -- .-----_____ .5t) per

IS" .) FUNDSAPPROVKH level has now been extendt'1 lii.-.l 'in tlic i.rriiof I inn HMi.l'KI I..h: uililillonul word ovrr 'M. ______ .0.. (h'l'r 50 words: per uoiil. .--______ o..
WOKK STl'U\ I Into RJF. and Ilradfoid Hlxh I.II. .AliOllli--l.. a'JH 1 HlKll-.

FOR Jl'LV School tn addition to the way IT .tirmiKt. Park, Florlilti, ,,

AMI Al'GtrST: : j Junior llluh School. IL..I.I I.) an I, 'M...II..WHI. .UmlKc. I'lTlxiri'lli'll. I Insurance Problems? 11 AS'11N(;\IA'I"I'HI; ESS INBLKAM'K: : I KOU< "ALE--Bllck home oak : SURE To atE; WOHLU

THE Fi'icu.1' 1 Funds amauniing; In Bclual dollnrs approximately Jlli.. .UHiinvlllH.. Flull.lil, & UI'IIOLSTERV WORKS AT KKlll'CKl: KATESAfro. I floor 3 becliuoms. 1'x' Ijutliiumllv BOOK before buying any'

: to $5,750': were approved on I' !125.000 has a'reaHy' 2 I"..11,11..MX.,lit.' KlorlilaIM. IMall ItlHIIII. ..,. I t'ult. the IMan From 710 '.t'lIIl1n St. I'aUtka I : riitK UO.DO'LE .\'(' !; lount or dining area jUier encyclopedia. M. A.
( iili.'Hvllli1.; "KEYSTONE"George
the Bradford been loalized: through UIL- K. CONNKKLNSUKANCE ; : Enclosed garage. Double lot Payne your local representative
Jun 17 for I 1. I' \M> "l't:< ..'.It.\.II"I Furniture Repaired
-- Count Work Experience I proRtamDiirlii I i-itoi i III.:'IIN: 'fA E. LaRueKnvstone & Kefini.-hed I : AiJBNCYtfchg 1028 Halm St. Tim Warren since 1958. Box 620

OI-D. .,m. The funds will '{ the next school! (...Hi-mi. 1..II.r..I"u', ..',\ Heixht.s Upholstered REHUILTNew !669-2451: tfchK Phone BG4-6793.: tfcng
"M r.-<|iiMt atiil I "i.. I'lpt MATTRESSES
pro.'i'l1 I ,summer employment year 1 p'ans'! are unier:! way to( I tit .'uii; .on fl.'ii.-i'll i>t o.n- Consultant For All Your I
MAN for Ji( '.ungsl 'I s dm ing July ( increase::; to 80 the number of I r..I 4'.mtra.'!.!!.H, t\\ .>. 'rjiHI.IH Insurance NeedsKeprcsi'ntinic Innersprings Myers Power Tools)
nf iiliuit anil H.I.ft'utI..U" ; and Box Spring! MARY CARTERPAINTS for Cottage!! Parent work
In th"
an-1 Au-ust t At the present puplU participating fur. thl iiinji't' :Min'mum' education 10thin Area Headquarters ForI.ttuninowertt
thepuijnm Phase of I > "I's A Card or Call
In Woik-Experlence ro.
\time participants I ill 1,1- fin, uaiill' 'il < xIII.'HH Power Too'I&'ull"'h '
()Jre.it:: I American In... ( 0. / 'tide Age 21 to 53 State "*
TO CALL FOR THE BEST \ : artworkin! In the our totiJ county-wide schoo' mill-it.. .I.1'.11' 'll.'n.-l.l, 1'ALATKA.\ 5-9166 :\ Cliatn Sawa.
Th'j Travelers Ins. Co. Retirement. Social Security
t 'rlt.rH. 'HIM riinii'Mit Sll.\LLEK
Department.County system.! ;MKS.
INSURANCE City Rec'ieation:: thi' .iilannmill Pump. Jt: \\'ater Sy..tellls
BUY ON YOUR Departml'nt.i ) In ri'tiirn Te! 473-4692 Day 2 weekpaid vacation sick
. Health HIIIIf!. ulli.nH" ,ln.ml l\. 473-4325 Nites 2119 E. Adkins St. leave benefits. Shifts run Brlfc &: Striitton KagiuKrnbiln [ >
Library.\ Head mart Civitans Hear IIH mum an inMr.11,1.ufur \ Starke.It'nt .
County : Sale Men Ie.
: -
MERRITT H.WILLIAMS School. ,, /i-i-ii>l|>l >'f' I'lilH I.. Auto tire Hume Business Irom 6'30 a. m. to 2:30: p. m..
1 Pionram. RJE Hissh! Complete Line 230( N.E.: 16th
AI.. iiii.-< I'M. iirrii.r..i,' tni Man 10 30 m. and Ave.
Hifch, Patz Discuss Monthly Tjymeikt i ELECTRIC BOAT HOISTS 2 30( p m to : p.
C C Anderson lufunil.I ofPAINTS Galne.'III. 976-34;
built to order Machine work 10.30: p m. to 0:30: a. m. In
% I'li.l.irw'ii.i
SchodLawtey\ Jr Phone I n. *""-' i inrii.- rN
lll h. USO. Potential Knr iil.ini.' .iiinl,, "t\ iiirii ONE STOPMASONRY Boat. Motor and Pump repairs.Brown's ANDSUPPLIES general married couples work
Walnut !St.' Jr .
117 N. ., .
alli.ns t. H"h.rlt""H. "n- shift. Please contact
Shop Rt. 1, on same
Phone !964-5301) : Bia.. :'o.d Hl {h School I Ernie Pntz local manager/ vi'inirM." itithv SERVICE Repair Personnel Office Sun'and TIKE FOR $:>.00 WHEN
StaikeElpmMiiary of The ,I"'NII, \\111 i.iTiiti Box 363 Starke [Klngsley
Elementary Independent Tell'pholleCorpol'O
South !( I' YOU BUY l 1st TIKE
..".... STATE FARM and Bradford tlon of Floiidu, dln- ty OollarH "IIIMMI:' '' > plii'tl III'ad.v11". : ,nil slven.. Concrete Lake. tfchg For All Purposes Tialnlna; Center. Oaines.ille ,
\ I'rlce.

: .pnr i (i-nt' Miilf* lit'I 5t chI 630 At Hvg.
..A....... I 'Inturanc. Comp.ni.f' Coun \' Ji Hi h School. |I cussed the approve! prugruiii: rh- |>liinH,, ami H|"",'in.' atli.HH Block. ; ail, t.lfte Sand; FOUR ROOMS and bath WE.: MEET: ALL 730-14 or 670-15 Nylon
Homo Otl'Ciu' eiooinington' Illinois t=> ,, .l \iiyiinil I'rei'UHt' LlntcU.! I
1'0BUSH'S FverjthlngnpcrHHury
rlence of the Starke and BI'lIdfol'CL art- "it'turii
The Work-Exo furnished apt for rent. Call ADVERTISEDJACKSONVILLE TYPING at home oil portraits ItliM'kuaJI.. Tube Type or
,, .niulillnn \\ltlni"
County area during the next for concrete muHonry ... Iliuzariliuurunte
ii\' tro I .lu'N aft.'r ,i.Cl'lpt i. BS9-1165 tfchgCOMER'S individually:! designed Tub..le. ICotul
10 year period with the! Civltun nf. l.l.lH.. ,III.. ,...1'111101 l'oIl8trll..U"I1. .ireetlru cards. Mrs T < No Umlt on

Club at its regular Tues- \> lll l I..- Klfti-i-n ...Iliii"" \\0 will inert any prlceH' on LAKEVIEW PRICES J C'tnnlnaham, Keystone :Mile* or :Montlm. FKKRMOUNTING. .:
U-HAUl TRAILERS (SIK..il. '>"l 1 lllH' ,tiix, .Hipi.Rlt -. all uuttl'rl..I.11. hili liriulforcl l-
moetlngr.Onf i
Iny <'hi'. KM iluitl ,IM Ciiunty AM I> STII.I, BEACH & COTTAGES Phone !>fit-8201 Hel-M"! 473-3029 3to ft 2:? : .
nf the mnjor Hems ., 'iiAn Spend the day with your FIRESTONE
niiiilipiiyal 11
needed fur Impioved! service In .hlti" l lI family 0'Santa Fe Lake HOUSK: FOB RENT-2 bedroom -

this '''1'11. acroidlng to I'ntz I*. ..1-l.lll-lltH ..llHU'tMl. Sl'll.trnte RR A I)FOR I) Parklnr: $1 .00 per car Swim I I large yard 233 N I FOR RENT-3 bedroom unfurnished
"" ENS I is the ipplncement of the obsolete 1 nhi-elM for. ilra. \\,lnu picnic free. Cottages by the I FCRK: : OIL COA1PANYHas Bav Si' tfchg home. Call!* 9642Sfll -
..r pair.'H if .1.i i" If ailnnn EMJLNEEHIN: <; CO. I
switchboard, lerhnique, """ I". ,,,"" hll..1 I"" ..'" week Ph 468-1129. Maude I ICamPI' two bay service station tfchK
I ,, .,, I'h. !)fi 1-2521:> Slarke :MOBILE HOME FOR. SALE' I
to modern vomputer type electronic ',,11. .\1" hi'' U' ,11. Kitrleton 4tchg 77 for lease at Walnut and Mad
\ equipment. The mojorohjpl'tlvp "... ".rolt\, \.' avail 1964. 3-bedroom Will take HLt'EBKHIUES'
,,,. ,, .., ison Sts. Paid training
I I" "". .h. 20c Ib
) what have PICK YOUR OWN.
of the In furnit j'-c or you.r
.' company FOR KENT at Kinusley able Call Travis :Mathls Jacksonvllla -
I""H I 1"'" 'II WANTED J Tars! To
the next 1O your" period is tnpi .. ,<" 1 1.. 1',., Lake-3 bedroom house with 356-1331 tfcht, > small amount of cash for Briny containers. H! ml.

ovule piiv.itr phone seiviri1 ,,. ,,' 10Sfle' ,,, .., Check Front End prlvalJ i : dock. Available $2.0O() equity assume: payments south of Earleton on SR 200

,,,- J for iinv Bnnlfonl, County .u.sident \11, , ,,,, .. .', ,- ,' ,.,,"' 1'1.... .,,.. Alignment/ --FREE through. August. For reservations 1. FOR SALE or trade 3 bedroom: -- State Prison extension E D Longnecker. Melrose

I ( who ..i OlillKiitliin. Url e In Toilay I call 964-6461 or 964S454 CB house. Large family room 120J. or Box 283 Ral- 'Ph. 47i-2093.: 4tp. 630

ONE STOP SERVICE told thiCivitans I thiit ". H' ,,' .... Alignment ItNeoliHl I Itchii closed Ravage! double! lot Most ford. Uo

ONE OF THE REST I IN FLORIDA one of tho company's major _. > Hie! Cost Is Only I desirable location. :XI. A IF DOCTOR says ulcers !set

Why time all o\er the place for Earthworns when llnanoml 1 problems stems from W5..V5 for :Mint. Cunt At- WANTED housekeeper for Payne. 204 S Glenn! St Phot FOR RENT OR SALE 2 new Ph5 tablets. Fast as

you always 'find .plenty nt Hush's (;iulf Ser>'ice and the lack nf
I'-Iluul; Trailers long diHt.inre calls 01'l -liLitingoiitsl 12Wides.\ 5 day week Hours 10 6792 after 5 and weekends Interior completely renovat- Drugs. 3tp 6 23
HI! !
the Ad. W H Nollman 510 N"Chcrrv
O He futther' Indu" ,it- Build or Park a trailer, on this St Itch*
company Custom, :Made Salary open Call 964-3401 I WANTED COUPLE with car

A Stock of $6,000V orth of Fishing ed that lull st'ivlce.n. originating For Florida I Living B acres With appro' *. 400' lake for Tpgolntment 2tchg 6 23 KICillT; POINT for they FOR SALE-Philco Air Conditioner to 11..e in and rent upartmentr -
within the bound.nles 01< fronUxe) 5 Minutes drive to Jim urltf. COMIK In andKflict I
Oood proposition
Tackle Priced To Fit Your ITC are shared') with companies <;el :lore Starke Just $7W5.! $1500 WANTED Rural acreage >'iiur fnvorlte KSII'.KliKOOK : : I \ SSOoUllard: Judd.St2tch H. Ne>l1man. 510 N. Cherry

holding frnnchl.su on u nationwide YOU .!'oun.NO. Qooj location for homes fountain. ]"i-n. TKLKiiKAIMI. : :- 964-5951. 127 Lafayette I

Pocket Book. ( scale. For Your $ $ 407) Bufo'rt :Mitchell P O. BJX 630 St Helm

the period' Spel'IIlI'3' Bedroom Modern 238. PI). 969-3281. tfohRGAINKSMLI.K
During question
bladf FISH BAIT Large Eal.th1
No Salaried. or Commissioned LAND CLEARING -
fJET YOl'R' \IO\\'lmS-OI'TBOAUU: ; : t the Hiibjei nt ohscenu telephone Emplojees ;M.U.OII-.V)! Constructed home work. $1250 per hour Purchase Worms for ale. 2 milesSout'i.ast \\1. SLNCJER; AUTOMATICCONSOLE (
calls was touched upon Tile floois mid bath. Cir. OThcut :! AWM.NO: ; TO"Pri'mium Keystone
M of MODEL .
l\IOTOHR-l'\HS: ; TRUCKS!' FIXED AT th.it future Lightwooj Stumps I .
:Mr. I'uU: Indicated City Water A'.Uch gar-
& KltAD LARSEN: ; Ju.ilitv Road 100. Lake
DAD L. Turner Call 782-3615 If! 'f"" lnhton
I services will piovlde. .iiilequnte a lie La me landscaped lot 'lilnc. '
Poor Buy Prices"Call Phone 473-3071 C'\\11t1C nun : 7.lg ZaK" .
LIKE.. .: TO WORK call 9G4-5162 Oeivvn Fla.
Bush's Sport Stoop means of tracing" such llanilv n all. Only $7750. 376-8888 tod.lv no answer tfchc IfKINGSLEV : IlInd ..tltrhrH, hiittuiiliolrn. ,

:, ....:.iiu-..... ti--> ulice, of their orlirinHe Small Down paymentSTKOUT (l"" Mrute YOU Benefit
sai.l that one, of the bust KKALTV KINGSLEY LAKE HOUSE LAKE 2 moiernottajc :! price, $.SUO. HIM n Ixtlance

Gulf Service & U-Haul Trailer ways to. handle, this t type of 2117 N. Temple Ave.IU. FOR SALE by Owner easy for sale. Write or call V Q for rent Open June !*!IIIII. or reliable' party Inthli

,'ull'uuld be to hung up on. A Si/en!' Display I S. 3011 terms: Lots 3l! and: 41 on Cypiesi Drawer 114f '5 to July 30 Be at lake on urea run .iinHiune ftweekly
on : Jr O.
McCoy. ,
2 Hlixks N. on :!D1 Phone !)lIi |1.7UiI: ;i iMMHBI the caller thereby depriving 8-10-12: Uides\ Phonp 9G4-34QI. Starkr 'ul, lOt) x Luke ISO' HomesltesLuki' each ofCI'y or phone 376-7290. Gainesville "npekPivi' Call Mrs Bill Anln pa>.iiiriili.ILX., .

bun from allY oit ol satisfaction 2BB4477 TAKK UI.III'KI.'IUSF.: :
and Tues-Javs
tfch' :Mond.ivs)/
> Fin
i }111 Kathsand }rOIl! HFNT Unfurnished --- ...''''''''---''.,.,. =,.,, -,..,,_...''' .......... Kxpanduliles: !' hou.se Call U04-740 E Huslow.:; Box 1003. Starke I' 2tch;
>'ati: vmplusl/ed the economic FOR ::ALE-Onl' kit aluminum \ {t'OLI.KCT: 3VSI94Qu

and trouble. free' service iittiir" !HO 4tp 77 I' Mdi I II'!,". complete with al PIOS AND COW for sale ..k for <'r..Utfallagt'r: .

of Inying telephone cables imdergioiind New and Used 1I0U EKEEIERand cook I accessories and instructormanual. Mas 0 vueks old $15 ea. Cow \\ lit tlellvrr, no ol>llurtlon.|

Now .. t throughout. \ tincompany's I FOR KENT Furnished 2 Covers 5-room 'ood tn milch or put calf on I Ztchg 630
you can buy to Ihc in with fldeily couple
system. S-Yr. linanrinf; available Call ';754215.t'II'obe.. Mrs I bedroom hou e. 743 N house Reynolds aluminum hm1P 9646692. Itch!?!
"All In all." concluded I'.it"the ./. Thompson; St Call 9692594or DuPoi-.t:: : Acrylic Color Weld

Investors Stock Fund futuie luokn. exception. -Use Our Rental-Pur- R.1: Ca-on It" 964.0201 ItpHOOS finish $20 year warranty "OR RE'Nr1 and: 2 bedoom \. J, 'Fliomai.: Realtor

ly ,bright for I ha company In FOR SALE -6 room house. Less than dea'er'! cost. :trailers, can be moiec1on Lists 14 few autst. nillnc barKalnt -
chase, I'lanI'a'mentsUnder
for$20amonth the years aheud." ; 6 ncrcs" \ of III nd. 1280 ft. on Duroc. Spotted Po George Estes. U S. 301 : your o\vn lot Also trail thU ueek;
. $51):> ) Per .MonthHOW
hliihv \ny Three miles south land. 100 to 300 ItM. ReRlsteml South. Lawtey. Phone 782- 'rs for sale no money down Two bed room frame cottage

I CAKI> OF THINKS 01R.\ act 100. E. Reagan Q? ton. with garage and fenced back
-- H. Kilt: no papers Twrblack ---- J B White 964-1831.

.. Now you can accumulate mutual fund shares ; Our heaitfelt thanks, to all Rt 1 DIx:: J44. !sows, pl< in Julv. D'i- 2tch 63rRAXTPED ':ard. paved:! road about 2
on a regular comfortingsympathy : PICK YOUR OWN Buft")
.. who extended 2t--h7 6 30 boar. 310 N. Church tilles! out $6.50000Utll
monthly) payment plan to fit your family budget. and: help In oui I roc UpFURNI5HED Beans $2 bu.shel. Purple Hul'Crowdrrn

:. With payment of $20 a month-'after an initial For the beautiful FOR SALE-Fard: '58. 2-d"'or> $1 bushel I. A :.' fospace? terms. house
i bed frame
Two room
recent korrow. !!
$40 payment-you can acquire uharea of Investor !' APARTMENTS:. Blake Farm.. Lawtev Itp "INCHED for ca fiT
.. t: tock Fund. sr\ice.\ floral offerlnK-s : AT PS. R&H WW In town with t-rare house
Mobile Home SitesAVA1LAHI.E \1
-Ihlhtwat< l' Bullinu- time this summer? Heie''he
This in a mutual fund designed to provide long- atil othtr kindnesses we are tires Huns /nood Looks gcol WORKING WIVES we have > 4.400 09( Reasonable terma.
ton 964-7271. tfchg to rnblemst
term capital appreciation poHHitiilitiva aa well aa a deepb; !:\. (.rateful.\ Mr and :Mrs. -- $275 Call Waldo 4S8-1058' reveral housekeepers avail f.nswer your Three bed room CB house: !
"- beautiful SCREEN
reasonable income. I 1, Paul Grllfis and family. Full Lake I'm'ilexesHonti'stead C'lt".1\ Meng. Hampton able for Immediate employment ( with Kftrag* and 3 lots on
For full details, Lake Boat toad I FOR SALE '64 D-dse, Dart "'CLOSURE\ from Oalnesll'.e -
( of Investors just :
::; prospectuses') Stock ramp Call!! Centat: h.u.. ..".' oaveU street $1000000TerT
_ Fund and the new Investors, Accumulation 1')0.111-) Exempt off HIl"nIII Ho A-l cunditton N"w appear !! A.Inn:. Co 376-8888 '>

'.. 1 A child to educate? :Month- FinancingLake .I ance. Itieal family car. 2n1 ment S'-nloe.' 969-3714 Itch sFurnished two bedroom

of $:.J7 50 In NO TAXES-Sale or Trad1 Itch"UPRIGHT
i ly Invi'ftmcnt
for collepte' student
... I car or house with' 7 lots for $9.000-
CALL YOUR ,: Series E:: United States Savings "equal 1 value two bedrrom 1 See it. try tt and buv It "WEET CORN for sale for 00 paved street
Geneva on
peJt' )'J MAN TODAY! = Bonds will grow to $10.-. molrr.i block house neat i low current market for $be.I'. PIANO for sal 'reez T. 3 doz. $1.00. Harold Two acres of land with (rood

-- 964 at the end of 17 ye... Dndc City $5.20000( Albert 55003( Phone 964-0611 day or I nood condition R"nsonabl K: No.-man Phone 782-3884. house J miles out

JOE (Ski) VALINSKI \' H assti-ulru: the current rate of Trailer Sales Clark P O. Box 543. Trilby I 964-2914 eveninars. Uchg priced. Pnone 964-5095 Itchr -oad for $1000000 on with paved cash
yield is unchanged durinu Flit itp :gtp! 6 3CHI.VKBERHIES
Phone 961-1075 .1 \nreferreO:

_-' 532 South Street the autcmatlc' 10-year exten- On Rout. 11)0, One Mile: SBstone FOR SALE Property orS I FOR DRESS MAKING: and FOR KENT Furnished or 29 aero farm CB 3 bedroom

.... slon p.'rll1:1.: K.-\. ll-l'ht( ( R loo South s'lltable for. I alterations for men ani:! Pick vou" own 2lc q: Brlnocontilnsr1 r unfurnished apartments Re ? ba'h hou- three miles out

......... Open Sun. & E\ening4! horns or business. Cash. Call I : women See Mrs Ceclla 1 mile nut Brown- rluced rates for summer \sk for price; ani t.rmiV

.. 1.1..tit. S..t..h..k. $'j.ni I) ut the (U J'.hiuou, 964-7451 I Bond, at 405 N. Cherry St.3tclin lee Rd State SR No 229 Close >.n. desirable 510 N J Thomai, Realtor. Telephone
[u''I' .,,, !tolOlI4! ( '' ,, 'J'tU.GK.U'U.; "I 4tp 7U| 1,7, Phone 964-0771. 2tch2 6,31( Cheiry St Itch 4-S70l.<} .
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HTAISKIl.: FI.OK1O.TllfItSI \V. JINK 23: lilliHt

.. Services Held brothers, Pete and leo Orlf pastor of the Leesburg, First
1 ,t fill, of Starke; two sisters Baptist Church officiatIng.
I' Mrs Cva; Sullivan and Mrs. DeWitt C. Jones Funeral
tj HeM I Sunday For Myrtle Priest both of Home was In charge of all\

Starke. anti two grandchildren. services.
-- Jock Griffis Sr. Active pallbearers were

1 flEPT 4 o MIIhluf ( Fur III al services! were heldat Harold! Ronald, Douglas

r Jock Orlffls. Sr. 64, died 2 p. m. Sunday in Jones Jack Doyle and Lawrence
J Jt Thursday. June 16 In the Memoital, Chapel with Rev. Grlffls, and Charles Hlnson.TIIK .
-- __ Lake City Veterans Hospital W A. Hogan pastor of the

lI. l-" after an extended illness. Starke First Baptist Church,
4iie 'j Mr. Orlffls was horn in officiating.A : .
..: KlfillT POINT for the
j Starke on Sept. 23. 1001. the graveside commltta:
t !i LJ son of the late Kenneth and service was held at, 5 p m way you' write- Come In andseleit
z favorite KSTKRI'.KOOK : -
Minnie Lee Orlffls. He was nmemht'r Thursday In interest Mem- your
t'' .. of the First Baptist> orial Gardens at t,('esburgwith ,. fountain pen. TELER.SI'l -
(; 1.
11 lc wE Ply cHED wc Church of Starke. Rev.. James Graves>I.
Mr. Orlffls became associated ; -

._ .. with the Ford dealership I
h (( Fo R In Leesburg! In 1936;
: i was promoted to manager; In
1B41. and later became the' i Looking Forward

dealer which position he ,
., With Confidence!
: .f rr
: held until 1002.
He was active In all phases!
: Going going gone HOPS hrs. of work In the First Baptist t j '" Bank standing (with

Chinch of Lersburff. havlnu ,,
IN served several terms as deacon a full service hank like
'Like Old Soldiers Our Worn-out rr
I !; and for some time as
(.4 % church clerk. He took an active t ours) /glees! you a mighty / .

Unused Buildings Should'Just Fade Away' pArt In civic affairs in i salUfyin feeling of
Leesburrc.: serving several)

The old( cliche "what this town lature enacted a local bill giving I the 'A terms as a director of the h assurance and+ security,
/ Chamber of andpresident
needs! is a few good funerals" . City of Sturke authority to participatein f for Commerce one makes your future look
might be applied to buildings as wellas the government's urban renewalpros.n'am year
I Mr Or Iff Is was elected a
human beings. whereby Federal funds are member of the Florida Automobile brighter: It smoothsthe

This week the final rites!! are being available for the purchase of unused Dealers Association whenever
administered to the corner building buildings/ such as these, for conver- Counsel and the Ford Dealer way you

.that once housed the old Dixie Grill sion to other uses. Division: Counsel. during the need money, referencesor ,.
a beer parlor, and another non-descript!! Everyone agrees that the lack of years ho was a dealer. He
)business! parking space is the primary reason was an active Klwanian for financial advice. It

The property was recently purchased for loss of business in the central area. sr vice-president many years at and one served time as is a friendly I helpful relationship (that grows increasingly -

by the Community State Bank and If the !space\ now occupied by old, vacant 1
Mr. Orlffls was
will he uledwhen cleared of these buildings on Call Street could be It"rr. by the Adlutant General of : valuable to you as: the years go by.

unsightly !structures to provide converted to parking/ this problem Florida to serve on a local
much-needed parking space for the would be solved.Although @JDlltlL ( advisory committee which( FULL BANKING SERVICE

bank. Their removal will also serve the 1066! city election I is 1 helped in the activation of
to give an unobstructed view of the more than two months away, it is not r'I( the; National Guard and the Checking Savings: Personal Loans!! Car

attractive bank building from Walnut too soon to take steps to insure that :__. ., .M_ ." .w.: building of the armory In Loans Safety Deposit) : Hank by Mail
Street. this all-important referendum be included Leesburu He retired with the Iri\e-in Teller.

Thus, another forward step is being on the September ballot. 'The Great Train Hold-up' In rank 1961.of major In the Army'i

taken in the rejuvenation of the cen- To paraphrase President Roosevelt's I Following hU retirement'i'' IIO.MK: OWNED)-HOME (OPERATED

tral business district a program inspiring words, "There is: nothingto I Mr. Orlffis! and: his family

which has included the remodeling of fear but fear itself! ," we might !say oil! inc berries' were to be I this wintry still operates.Also : returned to Starke to make ) The Community State BankOF

several business 1 houses l, the attractive ". there is nothing to fear about the : procured. at t. two cents pet the Library of Congress their home.
new quarters! of the Chamber of Com- future of our downtown business\ I district quart 1 !lie president) of tile I might be able to furnish Surviving are his wife STARKE

jnerce, and extensive landscaping of but the fatalistic attitude of I Valp also Slate Bank In ,I data Dorothy McDowell Orlffls,
the post office ground those who believe that nothing! can be Okalofisa! County became In- Blueberries will producewell of Starke: one son Orvlllc MEMBER: .1'. n. I i. C.
Ill] r I.. d In bliicberi" as- on our rolllnff sandy Jock Orlffls, Jr. Starke; a
Every effort !should! be made to keep done about it.
I ,': thai a method of land here at Lake Geneva or daughter. Mrs. Roland Daggers -
1he ball rolling/ in this determined effort Something CAN be done about it,
Eolt: Telegraph pro 'r-sli.n:' wine could be de- Keystone' Heights. to keep the central business! district as I has been proved by events in recent : In re'tai i. ,. to \vow editorialcomnicii' velope-l II one were nea'eRhe seen some of the finest on

from becoming a blighted area. weeks, and MOKK: can he done I conccrrunii bluebenici. .mil. Intelllnent enouahto high rolling sandy soil exactly -
; More "funerals" are needed funerals if full advantage! is taken of the opportunities I .. ..e;,iich It out. i'ke! ours In this area.
v. of worn-out dilapidated, abandoned : that .are at hand! Walton and Okaloosa Thaentlcmsn: did Just Some blueberries are apple

and, yes-even dangerous-build- Including the referendum on the counties were once a vrry I I Hint I I lived In that area. between shaped, and some pear shaped -
ings. September ballot will be a good( placeto large cultivated blueberry the years. lHt! : to 1040 All', to me. are equally
When the market was and had the pleasure of buy- most dtI ctotis.\
Over a year ago the Florida Legis start. area.
Inn many bottles, of blueberry -Gordon E. Baker
win'! from this wlneiy. It Lake Geneva
Alice I li going to show her was mild: ; a delicate bel er- (fMr Baker Is the son ot:t .
If Industry Comes, Where Will namKuke how to make a I ace( sawing very stromly of the late! Senator Wm. E:I -Let': the grass grow, George Cbut not under your feet)).
blackberry pir The best I that rtard-to-pqual\ blueberry Baker, of Lake Geneva and
I The Workers Find Housing? blackburjps at our pine mido low In nlcoholcuiitPii' describes: : himself.. as! a "rambloriiilvevturcr -
now are those growing! vei v I ] ,]' that II seemed( like) ," and a retired -
low to the ground:!, on small lace of bliH-bi-iiif"! !. talher construction engineer ", On a visit Tuesday to the new Oc Starke and other P.rndford County
1 slender, plants. They ale bh than wine It I Is po.sslblu that with the United Fruit Co. 1
cidental Corporation's phosphate! mine County communities l will not lie caught and juli-y. whom as many "l

and chemical complex near White napping again. Since the mine ( if con- those on the. big bushc, are '

Springs!!, local businessmen\ and officials structed) will he almost: as near Gainesville seedy and puckerish In taste

were told that one of the greatest as it will be to Starke, we will NEWS And NOTES Your Chevrolet dealer

problems faced by communities in be competing with a much larger and WP took the kids o1' er to I i

Hamilton County as a result of the most attractive city where housingof / the St Johns River at Queen" For Today's Homemakers

new industry! was the matter of ade- the type that would appeal to Cove Si>iin sso, they could yv/

quate housing for plant personnel. upper income bracket families is less wade around and uet L we''I By Martha Sue McCain is mowing prices right now !
I land work off some enemy' (
We've heard that story before, and of a problem than it is: here. and minutes nftl'anl'm!: County Extension
we might hear it again if hoped-for Considerable new construction is in
one of them came out t 1111-: Home Economics: Agent
plans: materialize for a similar mining evidence in the White Springs/ I area mphnnr'v: with n Ham Incidentally \9-, r
activity in the Itradford-Union-Alach- consisting. of individual houses I. apart- the. river' there i. I. \-I.

ua County area, ments, and mobile home parks: -- but show Irs signs of pollution 'I'111I.O.ET: ( ; 1OII' (,. the pockets,! or empty corners
We heard it once before when nil.J some of this has: been too little and and I the htcpn to rorrrrl! It P.I. kin'; fat( the' and :you are SET TO 00.

Pont came into the area more than 15 too late, we were told, and many of are tlrwly. .If *not. overdue. |I voui d nms'" Don't 'Im"j Have n good l trip!

years ago with its ilmenite mining/ op- the employees: at Occidental are hav- by rH'I'bu..dl'nln'. / SIIKIMI' U'lfifStiK. .; 1 11ri
eration. Starke was !short of desir- ing to live in Lake City, commuting And speaking' of waterways with ixd's( "' ba-JKnize or by Nov for those of you who

"J able housing at that time and, as a a considerable distance: to work each of we Sampson took a look Lake at, pnrtlculailv theoutlet I arrKlpf: at your destinationwith I are still home or back from
a siiitcisc full of crum- your flp. here Is something 1
result most of the key DuPont people day. the controversial" !
| clot nine shrimp meat,
pe- ( Fresh
were forced to seek homes in the next It is: none too soon for Starke's: officials culverts under! the rallroid; 'i, I for you. -
neuin:! your" packing\ with sweet i nd delicatelycolor fiv
nearest town that could provide them and individuals> to begin thinking I.rrl'tInri' !. / then wax n hi.1'', petv-.l und paper First lot', ed!, ,rubes'. high among tho e l
i -Keystone Heights And most of these: about this problem and. how it can flow of water fining through'' down all the things you.. will I looking for variety and! grind;

people, or their successors: are still best. be met if the new industry docs: them hcre'B( talk of biill'l- he, .oiu;: 'Then your antli I I eating When. looking at th-
there today, contributing greatly to materialize. There has: always! been a InK a !low level. dim .I'isl' '' i Ipa'f/l' schedule, make a list:!: price, consider also that you'

the economy of that community.If shortage of adequate "desirable" housing above that point to maintain of all (the items: you couU1 I 1 I air, buying all meat no I

the phosphate: mining operations in Starke, even in pre-war times. the other level of liken Sampan which Inleand mtv P'jsi'ilneed: '; bones 01; shells practically no I
do materialize here we hope that there We missed! the boat/ once. Let's be directly connected to it I II TnK-; out evr'rythhlYOll i!I I fat Dross" up a dinner withI
plan .1.0 pack and place It III I I shrimp cocktail, or use
is notice in advance
adequate that
so not do it again. I but one I'Ip"rtl'mAnlAV"' / the !
tent I i.lles next to your lugBae shrimp In a main eaasernll'dishau
I hlKh-vav bildee and the rail the scene""! Wiggle
'{ N >w (iiirvev gratin a
road trestle are already ,
aerv'-I, Too much' Eliminate: snnv I with peas I or an oven filedurrle
Farmer's vegotabl":: okra The okra ing that purpose.Several I
DiaryBy or substitute coordinated <- I shrimp.
bloom,, by the way I Is one of *
and and
items that will blend Now for the makings; !
Sam in the garden. lots have been sold ,,
Mcfiarvey the prettiest add outfits! but not space this will make six servings! -
J and the just about along Lake, and' '
pods grow Sampson
Now ready! to pack for It Is
I yon arc and the real name Your Chlven8 Malibu 4-Door Sedan
Ing the crop and about the as fast as any other productwe another mib-dlvlslon is planned You are probably taking two SHHIVP: WIOOI.R: will come with eight safety features
r hottest place In the world kn'jw of.. I It won't be! beta before I piece, of luzgagea small Melt 4 tablespoons of hotter now standard like saat, bftlts, )front.
if right now U a tobacco field summer colonies will be established '- totea'{ or overnlzht case Stir in 2 tablepsoons and t.ar. Always buckle up..
in the middle of the day Our family took a big l there The effect which you'll carry with you. flour: and blend Aid! gradually
Jump upward last week couM! be a bin boost to the
Based on current reports, ii anj a large suitcase for the i one-fourth cups milk
the children of : countv', both for
I when four of economy
warehousemen predict this bulk if( your clothing and heat to boiling:
will b" ony: an average season Alice's: niece Luetta, came' merchants! and to the. tax Your] fmall piece of hand Add1: I cup shrimp. 1 cup
but for of the leaf for an extended visit The roll l should hold awkward and ---- -.-- -
many liw farmers In this section It has youngsters, Alice, Dawn,I Items and things you might: | celery pall I Ho flavor! f.nnli at all that. comes standard See Your'onyournewMallhuHodybyJ.o'isher
been a near-failure, due tounusually Billy end Mark. are having After venrd of "worrvlnu" need eiirouf; I Lower heat and stir In I II : _
heavy rain and the time of their lives, and i I and iusstna about the driveway Puck, your \large siiitcas"comfntahly 1 egg' yolk slightly beaten Permit Hugged deep-twist carpeting Sump Chevrolet dealer'for
'rhe summer! season' arrived flooding; even crabby old Sam, is enJoying i i to our home, "we're netting : ( tliht' If you I I the mixture to thicken tuous interior, with vinyl door panels
on schedule Tuesday and'' their visit, althoughhe j I ready to do somethln's. have I it) sit. on it to close It. slightly Add salt If desired andsidewaIIsforeaaycare.Little things'::!
f fast
the sun at noontime will! This III* the season too. for won't admit. It. I about It of n permanent na- your' clothes! are bring. mercilessly I and 1 teaspoon lemon Juice likeanelectricc-lockandslovec-ompart- ,
blister you In a hurry If you field peas, eggplant, sweet ture. We've thought of try- crushed Pack In layer nerve at once on rounds of ment light Trusty Chevrolet engines
BO out without a hat on. To- potato planting not to Th1 kidIIcrambl..d. out In IriT to correct the holes In It cut out of cardboard, ) dividersthe hot buttered toast; OR the Hi-Thrift Six or a 195-hp!); V8. fast delivery I lUke
bacco growers are busy barn- ment'oi' that most delectable back one morning and pickeda with a few loads of fill and axe ff the case to separate place In a greased baking I Look at all you can add to make
mess of blackberries and ovst rshi.; hut have lust the. layers of clothlnn. In dish and cover with buttered your Malibu even spicier: AM-FM on all kinds
nhotil deride\ to fo ahead' this way yon! ran lift. out one crumb Brown the top under multiplex stereo radio for beautiful
and hate the area:' paved( byA 01' two layers to reach things! broiler. of Chevrolet t
a .
music wherever More spice?
THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH contractor and he done wlthc.nt disrupting the entire you go

fprl ESTABLISHED 1879 with It. sullen'and: repacking each, I May T take this! npimrtimHy Turnpike Mag-styla driver wheel ask covers for are cruise nice cou. .VB'5 and 6's.!Y.
nvl i
; I j time. !
AuweEa ,I to express! my appreciation trol. It maintains! a con-
The" coot Is hitCh enoinh to':' Your first layer) should of f -
far all the
o'Q (4 E L MATTHEWS. EDITOR AND PUBLISHER many etant speed automatically.Bigsavingeummerhuy'i.
make Sam Ihwirlf."r: but' he's consist of the heaviest bulk-\ kindness, shown me durlna' GM
C I9ad FLORIDA'S' OLDEST WEEKLY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED CONTINUOUSLY all worn out from fusslni ,.,i I lest Items!:' Pack shoes and: the lllne"/ and since. the: -
-irlot .. UNDER THE SAME MASTHEAD with the )problem and reconciled handbazi: !! near' the hinges |I death! of my Dad. With so,'I on Chevrolet, Chevelle,

to the Idea that" "you The second laver t Is made up ] many wonderful people here. .-_ ._.........c...-gn.......;;..,...M......Chevy-..... ..II...and.. .Corvalr........ ... ...............-.......... .. .. _............? -9--8i- .
PUBLISHED/ EACH THURSDAY AND ENTERED As SECOND CLASS MATTER AT THE get what you pay for. The of dresses' skirts, slacks and i no wonder we hear so often
building of llmerock road,i I Jackets The third and I I I
POST OFFICE' AT STARKE FLA UNDER ACT OF MARCH 3. iar ; a top. "Bradford County Is a Wonderful
with a hot-asphalt top will layer I' far: sleepwear. a raincoat place to Live." WALT HULICK CHEVROLET INC.
IN TIlE TRADE AREA ONE: YEAR 3.50: - SIX :MONTHS $209 not be cheap, but It should a cardigan' sweater _,I ,
OUTSIDE TRADE AREA ONE YEAR J4.00 - SIX :MONTHS $2.25 end the problem of git'lnv" Final-! 'Ihs! !gloves, stock-; 'Plnrtli) Not7TO7k$':.50 at the,I U. S. 301 NORTH STAKKE.( FLA. PHONE 961.3900
the car out In wet weather: inc, aid' 'lewelivin nut' Into TF.I.F.r.;R \nr. i

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-- "GIlT P''D"""".. viirvrv TITI'I.'AI II. MTAHUIT, trutum, "1'tltESIL1Y: .ItWK 89.1

I Veterinarian, has done most 1 11 Cost of Rearing ASSEMBLY OF DUD HROOKER BAPTIST ply pastor.. hon pastor.
of the testing. Dr. M. K.Logga .
e I Child Sunday School, 10 a. m. BOATDKA3N PINE LEVEL BAPTIST |
In the with EstimatedAt
picture CHURCH Weldon St. and Ralford Morning Worship 11 a. m. Sunday School 10 11.. m.
Bob Taylor as.Uted. Dr. Bob Sunday School, lo
COUNTY Road. Sunday School 10 a.m. m. Worship 11 a. m
$24,000 Training Union, 6:30: p. Morning
WITH Mullins has cooperated rlffhtalong I Morning Worship, 11
Morning Worship, 11 a. m.
NEWS Evening Worship, 730.: Prayer Training Union, 7:00: p. in
with everybody else. We Pre-Services I Booster
Childien of today arej Evening Service, 7:30: p. m. 7:30. 8:00. Prayer
J : Worship :
I Meeting Wednesday Evening
YOUR l AGENT are proud that Bradford County -I I 7:30: Young People and pi
growing: larger: than those of''I Thursday Prayer Meeting, RA. OA. and Sunbeams every Meeting. Wertneidav 7:30p. :
U out front In this pro Service 1. 6 p. m. E-
p. -.. .. gram. yesterday. And so is the cost !I BAYLESS IIIWAY p.m.Saturday Young 7:30:People's p.m.Leroy Meeting other Thursday afternoon. m. -Rev. R. E. Berastrom.itor. : Worship. 7 p. m. MI
of rearing; them.
Rev. James Temple pastor. .
BAPTIST CHURCH Service Wednesday
Lightsey, pastor. .
j Blinking up a child from
i Suncay School, 10 11.. roMonlnll DtDAN BAPTIST (Broofcer] mRev.. D L. Ramseytor.
Marvin L. Wilson
i infancy; to 18 years of age: NEW CONGREGATIONAL BETHEL: BAPTIST C'llt'RCH
Worship 11 a. m .
School 10 1m.
costs some three times as.
Services Held much, for the average family Training Union 6:30: p. m. METHODIST REVIVAL :Morning Worship 11 a. m. Sunday School: l. 10 a. m. I CALVARY BAPTIST

today as !It did 20 years ago, Evening Worship. 7:30. Praye Revival services will be held Training Union 7 p., m. Even- Morning! Worship 11 a. m
Marvin Laverne Wilson 12- Evening Woiihlp; 7:30: p m.
Meeting Wednesday 7:30.: New Congregational
at tne Rev. I
according; to home economists Ing Service 8 p. m. Sunday School 10 a
year-old Ion of Mr. and Mrs with the Florida Rev. B. T. Poavy, pastor. Methodist Church May 1 Lacy Ccnway. pastor. Praye.1 Meeting, 7:30: p. m Morning Worship 11
Carl J. Wilson of Starke, through May 8. Rev. F. A. Wednesday. -- Rev. W. L.
\k Training Union,
Agricultural Extension I 6-30
died morning In a CIICKCII OF GOD Newman., pastor.VORTHSIDE I pI
Saturday i ice. sen-I I ST. HOWARD'S CATHOLIC Stephens of Savannah Ga. ; I Evening Service. 7'30' Pri

ByCeorge Gainesville hospital after an Today's "average" STARKE will bring the message each 422 N. St. Clair St.. Starke. I! Meeting. Wednesday' ,. 7'30[

T.Ilugg(1s. extended illness. He was a with un income of about 1 Sunday Mass 9:15: a. m night at 7:30.HEILBXONN: Sunday School, 10 a. m. BAPTIST I m. -Rev. R. H. Butler pa

member of the Baptist 000 may spend about $$6'-1 Tuesday-Novena and Benediction Worship Services, 11 a. m. and Located on Bayieas ri!
Church. 000 over the 18-year 7 p. m. Inquiry Class BAPTIST j I 7:30: p. m. YPE. Wednesday. # [SR 2231at] Ralford RoiJ AIRPARK BAPTIST

Besides his parents he Is I to rear A child. These figures 8 p. m. Sunday School 10 a. m. : 7:30: p. m. Prayer Meeting, 'SR 161. Services: Sunday:! Sunday School, 9:43: s,
i' survived by two sisters, Linda are baaed on consumer expenditures Thursday and Friday Morning: Worship, 11 a. m. Friday, 7:30: p. m.-Rev. L. S. School 10 a. m. Sunday Morning Worship. u a

Kay and Bonnie Dale reported by the I Mass, 7:30: a. m. f f30 a. m. Training Union. 6:30: p. m. I Williams, pastor.PENTACOSTAL. :Morning Worship 11 A. m Evening Service. 7'30 p

Wilson; and one brother, Bureau of Labor Statistics for grade and high school students Evening Service, 7:30.: Midweek HOLINESS framing Union,. 6:30: p m. Prayer Meeting. Wednce

1 t 1t t Joseph; E. Wilson. all of and apply to a two-child )1. Prayer Service, 7:30: p. Evening; Service 7.30. Mid- 7:30: p. m Training ty:
y 324 BrownJee St., Starke.
Start; his paternal grand- family living: In a city or Saturday Mass, 9:30: a. m.lIOISON m. Wednesday. -Tioy John- "Veek Prayer Service.. %Ved1w Friday 7:30: p. m. -RLOrlffls. '. r
of 10
School m
Faa mother, Mrs. Zelma Sunday I'
J + suburb. son, pastor. lay\ 7:30.Rev: Glenn IA''-'- .
Fairfax, S. C.. and his maternal STREET Mornlnir Worship 11 a. m pastor.
grandmother, Mrs. Naturally an individual'sfamily Evangelistic service 7:30: p.m.
I Minnie Lee Sllcox. of Bristol.' expense for a child SMYKN' MISSIONARY Midweek Servile T'jesdiv:
from infancy.;: to 18 will vary OF BAPTIST CHURCH 7:30 Croft That's Our Business!
Fureral services were heldat SERVICE I : P.m.---Russell pas- GLASS
widely from this estimate,
3 p. m. Monday In Jones depending on family income, Sunday, June 26 Sunday 1133 W. Pratt St. Sunday I tor.
Memoilal Chapel with Rev. services: Sunday School 10 a. "If It's Glass '
numboi of children, spending School 9:45: a. m.; MorningWorship. FIRST PRESBYTERIANSunday : We Have It
Troy Johnson pastor of the m. Preaching, 11 a. m. Train-
habits. unexpected financial 11:00: a. m.; Train- School 9:45: a. m CALL
Hellbronn Baptist Church demands, and where the Ing Union, 8:15: p. m.: Even- Ing Union. 6:15: p m. Evening Morning Worship 11 a. m. WRITE or VISITFOIl

officiating. Interment was In family lives. A family Ing Worship 7:30: p. m. Worship 7 p. m. Everyone Youth Fellowship, 6 p. m ANY GLASS NEED

p..e the family plot in Dyal Wednesday, June 29 welcome. Elder T. C. Wllliams. 7:30P. '
of whose income Is much lower Choir Practice Thursday : We Des'gn Modern Store Fron
Cemetery under direction pastor.
Prayer Praise
end Service,
than average might spend .
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral much less. and a family witha 7:30: p. m.; Church Choir KINGSLEY LAKE B4PTIS7 :: Just Mail Us A Pattern Foe()

Home. much higher Income a lot practice 6:30: p. m. LAURA BAPTIST Sunday School. 9:45: a. m. Table TopsSHEA'S

more than this estimate. Nurwry open for all serv- I Sunday School. 9:43: a m. :Morning Worship 11 a. m
Gold Star Those "average" figures ices. A place for all ages. Morning Worship 11 n. m.
Union 6:13 in
Training : p
I II Lapel Buttons will give you a general idea Rev. Pelder Rowan Pastor. Evening Worship, 7:30: p. m Evening Worship 730.:' Midweek i t I y I' / GLASS c ci

of the 18-year cost of bringing Prayer Meeting Wednesday' e
You can't read the print avoided then no cattle can Prayer Service. Wednesday
on the certificate being: prey I I I be shipped out of the countyor Are Available up a child, even though FIRST BAPTIST. STARKE 7:30: p. m.-Rev, Luther Me- 7:30.: Choir Practice, 8to': !'i| 1.313 N.Y.4th PI. fialneavllle
Sunday, June 26- Fla.
Sunday r Phone FU2-43
they may not apply directly] I dee pastor. ( |
cattlemen Into
suited, but our are that county. That p. m.Rev.. Jim Rljdon.: sup-
Upon application to the to your family. School 9:45: a. m. Morning
mighty proud of it. county will be placed under -
Department of the Army The separate items In Worship, 11:00: a. m. Guest
It reads 'This is to certify Federal quarantine until testing : the
that Bradford County has been has been completed. Department of the Navy, or $24.000 estimate run like speaker. Rev. Charles! Peterson -

declared a modified certified After this phase has been Department of the Air Force, this: food, $6.460; housing. Director of Promotion.

Brucellosis Area by virtue of completed a program will be as the case may be, one Gold I i $7.470clothing.: $2,720: Florida. Baptist Convention An investment in Your Future tr-

the fact that Brucellosis has Initiated to completely eradicate Star Lapel Button will be transportation. $3,530; medical Training Union. 6:15: p. m.

been than. one reduced per cent to of not the cattleIn more Brucellosis Brucellosis., commonly called kin furnished of members to certain, of the next Arm of,, care.care.$'110; recreation$1,675; personal, $935; I Evening( Worship. Using 7:30: p. old m."Sln'plration" .x .1x. r i 7 er+ I I':"s illl1I 1I : ,a i 1 I s L'uev' oL I'l i i1t ?fs

l Ii
r trtLi LJL4 [ 1 [
not to exceed five per cent Bangs disease, can be wide ed Forces of the United I and education [not college], hymns; and gospel son"ls.I ; I LIw < !! ; J j \: LL k t

of the herds as Indicated by spread and very costly. It may States who lost his or her life $235 Monday, June 27Youth ,: f ttoi jm kuwi k. tn *IM M It l+f\\
official and other for his Choir Practice. 7:00 m.
tenting approved affect other domestic animalsand country I : p.

procedures conducted can be transmitted to April 8. 1917 and March New RIvEr Association Mass

under the cooperative State- people. 1921 ; September 9, 1939 an 3'I IV T'IB COI"1'Y. ..IYn ;WIlCOIO'1' Training Union Meeting, it! -
J"* A:tit FOR HltAlt- I
Federal program. Blood testing Is the method July 25. 1947; and from .'on 0 for.vrv.: KL.OHII. Evergreen Baptist Church
This certificate Is valid fur used to determine If there t is I 24. 1950 to July 27 1954. or In ru: I'ftate:: of 8:00: p. m.Wednesday.
the period of June 19, 1966 to Arthur pulp, fleie. sPd..9o1'I4'M !. =
Infection. The subsequent of
popular practice any period war June 29- Straight as an
June 19, 1969. Signed by C.
is to have cattle that armed hostilities In
now or which All <*rf 1ltor of tha estate of Prayer Meeting 7:00: p. m.
L. Campbell State Veterinarian might be kept in the herd, the United States may be Arthur Dale. clttceaHptl. are hen... Church Choir Practice. 8:00:
and John. B. Healy Federal vaccinated. This must be done engager by notified and] r"(|iilriHt to file P. m.
Veteilnarlan. any claims or demands which
We are also proud of the by a veterinarian. Vaccination The widow or widower, they may have aKulnt Wild. Thuislav., June 30 -Visitation Archery you score only when you "hit the
must be done .
while cattle
are even though remarried: ; parents eituti In the office of the coun
10:00: a. m. and 7:00
certificate due to the fact :
between four and months ty jurist ot Brailfon! County
that probably lees ,than half old. The animal Is then tatooed including stepparents, ""ort"". In tin rourthouHe at p.. m. W. A. Hogan Pastor. target. To score well, )you mutt have straight _-
adopt:! parents and foster Stark !" !"rldH. within
the counties In the State have for future Identification. I nix cal.arndar -
parents are entitled to ,{ ir.onlim from the lute of FIRST METIiODISTSTRKE arrows.
met the reqqulrements. Let us hood vaccination Is for the Gold Star Button the fret publication of thlH t
be first to recognize that, this sole purpose or producing a Lapel j\ n',tU'.'. Kach: claim' or demand
was made possible by the good level of without charge. A child. Including moat be In writing and mugstate l
that 1
Immunity will
step-child. adopted tIlt place or Mldtnu. andpoutoffice Sunday Church School ,
cooperation of our cattlemen.We the I -- When you attend church It matte U easier
protect majority of child and brother or sister. 0.1 Were told Tuesday that no against field claimant and moat b* .
exposure swore
average 11 .
finer cooperation had been experienced to Infection., Including I ; half-brother or to by III. I'lalmunt, bin nicnt, a m. Snack Supper for MYP. : .r -' to stay on the straight path.The church want '
in. 114 half-sister may be furnisheda or bin' attorney, or It will become IJ p.m. MYF Meetings
any county. Some time, In July we hopeto Gold: Star Lapel Button void according, to I"w. 6:30: ( p.m. Evening Worship, to in all/ life but
help of
Why all this testing: for have a meeting of our cattlemen June 7th. P6K.!) 7:30: you ways can only
upon! application and payment CLARA al
Brucellosis in cattle? It has to thoroughly discuss '
of $1.50. Only but Administratrix, nt the estate do to, if within its circle.
been made a Federal program. this program. We have had a ton one of Arthur hair, ITi-faird. Prayer Meet-! you slay Attend b ap
January 1, 1968 has ,been set number Is furnished without Flint publication Ing. 7 p.m.
of inquiries from on Jim 9, m
as the target date to have all neighboring counties on howe w I i charge to the entitled per 196(1.( I ThllratlayChancel Choir '' church and know the joy of a good life. i} .
son. However, another 8/9 41 6/30 'I
but rehearsal
counties modified certffled. It were getting the Job done. 7:30: p.m. ,,
this has l not been ton may be purchased to replace = ;n ___ a
accomplished Let me any again that it i is I II ______ f
In any county because of I because of everybody cooperating a button lost. I "for God It not the author of confusion, but

action that could have been I Dr. Paul Drake, State Votive Hi Application. Kor TmU' \ T-( -M, 11-13 B::. 2 Arras.

I Too Much Sun see. 1114.10.d F. 8.Notice All of said. property helna. 11 = of/ ,peace, at /in churches/ of/ the saints."
- I un .. four.ty of Kradford. stat,
hereby given I thai of Kltrlilit.'.
May Result
;Mary Colrman the. holder of l'ni"HH Much

Old Fashioned "Country" In Skin Cancer filed the! liowlnn mild certificated certificate fur a hu txhdeed nivi.rillnir certificate.:. to shall law t certificate he the rvileemvi o:.' 1 v<::>'EtVTltf

to ',.. tanned. thereon. Tnrtrtmcate nrnpertetlr..e !
.IppltrafloB For '1'..
During the next 12 number. and yearsof >: i3
months, Heedee *
REVIVAL liMuitnce, the dvwrlptlon .'f ,* 1 i _$
SERVICES some 85,000 Americans will the properly, and the names I In, Notice IN 104.10. F s. : In
hereby given thai
develop ?
cases it
of which
cancer wan aMHwiuted are a" Hnrflnrton. ff .
(Chandler the hold \ ;
--and a great percentage of follow: ff of the ;:, 1
Certificate follnxvlnir certificate* I ; Ttw'" Chun. h IM :
No. 97. "
Year of --
these will be traced to overexposure ..... hate filed laid certificate. fo --Y
""e 1964.neirrloilon I world .lot ". .t0l11t:1' t:1
II tax cl.-td ,
to b. liaued thereon
of parts of the
body I of Property No. Thcertificate. IIlImb..r'"n" tt" man,and of Hit "
to the hot, penetrating 33211 Klj of Lota 1 A 2 i.f. 1U.K : ir.
of the rays I 18 In L T CUM': H/l Net: UK.'I yeur of Issuance. the tierlptMii r I* Mal tan ty l 4
nun. 18-1f. R-12 K. of the ttrnnertv an.the thn fiwAdwt, .. In .lti.. .taw tf Cod. .. .....,..
Floridians and citizens Name, In which aaMeMaed. Joe Messed nnmeii In whlrh It was ae. -_ tf ....1" ...1.., .. way II, llfo will,, l rant is ,

throughout the South says the Coleman.All I l'.rrlt""t.are a.. No.follow II I.: Year to I .,...rove./. hs.dan.th.. held. .w rll:

American Cancer Society, the of sold property belnir In IxHiiun e Iid4.nvMcrliitlon! "i. dour wilt, .fnovMefcty.. ,...I.h. 111......... *... lr I I
County of Bradford,
should particularly heed pre- Flirl'laUllleart Slateof of Property Nn fnm...Ift cautions as they bath at the such certificate or ut 42'"' (r'OM nt SR Con of NWIj( its, .. Oi..nh hf Nit .uti.. ol lh. ..If... .1 tumult f

a 1 beaches, swim ski, fish and certiiicntt* .hall be redeemed, POll SK'4 Then: A run run W N. 27S 108.4 Ft.ft. N for Z5HKT. i ..... l"l (wmlr.l" Mead.. .Mal. ., ......... Away I

*> engage In other seasonal dencrlhcd according. In to such low certificate the property .. K: 210.7 KT. S 257.2 FT tiPOB :, pate Mould. uphold and p.iNiiiiili. in I: I

e sports.To will be Hold to the orcertlMcatvA Fx PAR HS-11.: :SeC 18 I till Owirl. k...... It taut Hit Inlti'" aleut
1 Q
t dem-rlnvl! In
d touch certificate or
make the public more highr bidder at .the court certiricatva will be mid to the II mow i lilt diotll gut1 dnllny, Irw llutrl what 1

aware of what to do and what house door on the first Ion. hlvhent bidder nt th. your I I atono .,n ut (hat. "litt to I.... at S ihild' of ;.!
day In month of July,
not to do to enjoy sunshine which 19D6 house door on the first Monday I
In the 6th day of
In m.in'h of .lulv. HU8] which I
: benefits, rather than unfor- 19U8. I
j p.tttil' this list I.. the 5th day of July 19D6. .! >: !r >:! <:: :: =
day of
seen difficulties, the Society'sFlorida 1906.SRAF.. May D.it..I till.Uth/ day uf May. I I'' I f
r V., r ty.rlx Division \I. offering a ( .) 1966. 'I! rase. "d..Mn. L
free pamphlet titled "SenseIn Charles A. Darby, (SKAT.'hurl.) A. Darby !
the Sun." ClerU of Circuit I --
or --- -- -
Clerk ol Circuit Court ol' '
Bradford County, Florida Bradford. Florida 'I I
It Is County
available at all of the
6/2 4t /23 8/2 It 6/21 These Religious Messages Are Made Possible
Society's Information Centers. I By The Following Sponsors

located In 20 key cities I !

,, rr throughout The pamphlet Florida.also tells a- NO RAFFLE NOTICES d Farmers Mutual Koch Drug Store PARTS SERVICE CC|

1 aa bout another form of cancer I Exchange

that usually though not ai-I PLEASE "YOUK HEALTH IS OUR OF STARKE

ways originates In the skin I '1 1I U-Fertlllzero---Seed>*, MAIN\ CONCERN" 630 N. Temple Avenue

-a j'lgmented or "black can- 1I I Poultry Equipment Free Delivery Phone 96 S.-I 1"1 Ph. 964-7721

cer" [melanoma]. Most of In spite of repeated notices that we can I tTICO TIRES-BATTKRIES:

these begin as moles particu- not publish such material, The Telegraph Petroleum Product.

larly dark moles. continues to receive requests for advertis- SLADE GAS Lawson Meat Marke

There Is some evidence that 1 ing the sale of chances on various objects Bradford Abstract Co.

injury or repeated irritationof I by clubs, organizations, and individuals.In and Appliance Center AND COLD STORAGE
these moles may play apart I' 158 W. CALL STREET

1 In converting them Into the eyes of the Post Office department, I h. 964-6881 Starke, Fla. \\e Specialise. In Custom Sluught.Ing .

'cancer Melanoma It Is comforting such sale of tickets constitutes a lotteryand. DeWITT C. I Cutting Si Wrapping

to know is a relatively I as such cannot be sent through the U. JONES
Dr. J. H. Ramsey, Jr. rare tumor although I S. mails. Calling the sale a "donation" does Grocery & FUNER.I1.Iio31Es I'repared For heap Freeze
average person has as not change the Mk t. PHONE 964-8281
many as 21 moles. Nevertheless I meaning in the eyes of Postal Starke Ph. 961.2600

June 27 Through July 3rd the pamphlet advises, it authorities.We Groceries-Meats-Feeds -
Is wise to have Keystone Heights _
unusual mole are that with Gas & Oil
sorry we cannot comply a
7:30: P. M. NIGHTLY checked by a physician. requests to print notices of such sale of Ph. 96 &.2182 Starke FJa.Loudon's Ph. 473-3176 rPcr

Further Information about tickets "
and subsequent "drawings.! If we

SPECIAL; MUSIC BIBLE MESSAGES skin cancer for showing and how of the to new arrange -I do, however, we run the risk of having that Merle Norman Hurst Shell Service OF STARKE, INC.

special! film "Sense In issue of The Telegraph barred from the CARL U.S. 301 NORTH
they HURST
Nursery Facilities-Air Conditioned Sun. may be obtained by I mails. Cosmetic Studio & Beauty Shop
I Hwy. 301 & 100 Ph. Ph.
contacting local Unit officesof 117 S. Thompson Ph. 944-3081 961.6111 969-3801 Starke, F
the American Cancer Society We would appreciate it If all clubs other If Your Hair Iin't Becoming To

PINE LEVEL or the State Division office organizations, and individuals would under- Toil-You Should Be Coniiff To t....

2909 Bay-to-Bay Blvd., stand out position in this matter and would LACY CONWAY Charley I E. JohnsAgency

BAPTIST CHURCH Tampa, Florida 33609. I cease to submit such items for publication. Starke "66" Service American Service Sta-

3/i! Mites On Highway 100 West I BRADFORD COUNTY I BILL EDWARDS tion and Bus Station 131 S. Walnut Ph. 964-020J ,

Plastic Notebook 9140 at Uw I Brake APnke-SShPeI I Balance GENERAL INSURANCE
Rev. D. L. Ramsey Pastor Wheel Alignment Lacy Conway Firing !Service Nobody. But Nobody t.'nderwlla
en N. Tempi Ph. 064-8881 C'hariey F:. Johns AgencyP'O



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.I''YTTT Y T."''Y'Y'Y"'Y'Y'YY''YT'YT' ' ' lug with Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Jai'ltHunvlllf were Sunday vlK- 'Smoking! Cigarettes Is i 1 i I., I II., \\ ."nII',1 ,,.. "v I I. i .1, ,1.I 1..

Matchell and son until they ItorH at the home. of Mm. II. I Suicide I ,, I I ,.0?, -, I .Int... t ." ,Pi.lnl,,,, ,,' ...I.".I.IInd I I 'ii iM. ,A.\ Ii' III'II': : : l.i| il.
ITARKE HAMPTONBy are settled B. Wiggins and the GeorgeWllllam's. ,I I "III ,Ii.,. i"lulual, I IIII."r, iiii1.'rh **iliiiki' >, 'uilfuril, <"onnt. 'Kim 1.1.111 -
Marklee Norman and Lamar Says Famous Lung Surgeon l :Miulln, '.. ,,,,. i of the''! thin 211 day or r May, Ifinn
( I l I'Ii"*alt" i I'.urt. t an. III. I-foil',,i the CHAItl.lOH: : A. I)AI 1111\< |'.
Brown Mr.
the last
BUSINESS Sir. I' spent and Mrs Steve Jerrell 1 i: .' HI ii- TU. rn-M' inv .it I i iCllll 1111, ,, !l''''"l'. If y>,ii I' C'li-ll" ur the. ('"., alt ,I'iMiM, ,
Mary Willl.miiiAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.tAA.4AA4 two" weeks In Georgia with the and daughter spent Sunday "To smoke CMK. iivlli\ 'is 1 I... et< ,'helming Hint not only 1'1011'1; Ii %(i...iv-: ''" ,L./ ., .... J 1"flu,' nn" lit. I \. ,il h", I IIII I ..r limdronl! (""""1\'. Kl,.t-,
National Guards., with Mr. ,III,,II l' I ,I.,' I II III,I.. .
and Mrs. Arnold ,1 1,1111 mil Ida
I' commit suic .irlc. saves (Dr Alton I- Ih.' I'igaic-tti kill but It : > :" :\1"1111." i alt,.. .. ,. ., '
I 1 I r.' II I, ,.1.I ,lt'l, 'l.l I ,.
:Mrs :Mae Varnes of Sampson Chllda' in Lake 'III .i M t'h. II.: "lieu In tl \t M.x.rlyI
DIRECTORY City. Yogi re- Osrhncr, notel N.0, miikcs the smokers more l Illll tlo-Atl, ,rn, ,pi,I.l ul,,,,I IM I 1"10' "'I., rk l
The Ladteti. Council of the City and Mrs. Patsy Harvey turned with them for a weeks leans surgeon adding that I ceptible" to numerous other 1.11.1 :\1.111', '", .11., 'I' I .', I.II.h..1, I SKXt.: OK TIIK: '

Christian Church met at the of Stockbrldge Ga. were visit. ". buttlets ale iheftper.quicker ,: mentM.He tlint n i-iiii lnii'" ,,_. I ,II' .' "1'1' l '01 (It: D,

'0 )tEl'AIRS home of Mrs. Lynn Hall on Sunday visitors! at the John Vacation Bible School has and less pain III i in- charged that the .iiain. n.."..im., A I...' ,,li',! I I'"r.,,dl" .nl, '.;,j .it I i.: J..r:
H. Parker home. ,been,, ee| 'MI 1 1. d t I i < !"!
TuoHday night with seven running at the "
Baptist .
volved. ette ,. ., ,
i industry is nut l | in in' MI| i I..
; members present.la's.; :Margaret :. :\[,'Marklee: Norman and Church for the past two we.eksthey In a recent address to the In miiniifnclurlng safe --

Earl's GarageALL Crawford had charge of daughters. Mrs. Neta Johnson have had an average attendance Florida Academy of Genera) arette /\ i th.. "v\' ,."
the and :Mrs.:. and Carl' Dennison two, because that means I : : ...r i hi-. -" ,
KINDS OF I program Carolyn spent of 73 a day. The Intermediate Practice Dr. Oschner said without nicotine. \ '!, :I *.\\llMhip, ,<,> .*-. ,.11 "I.. Serving Florida
'iTO REPAIR WORK I Clark the devotional. The weeks at Ft. :Myers with Mrs. and junior boys "I've performe-l more lung op- "Nicotine addicts mean < 1 and' ,"nH'',, ,iu' ,, l Since 1950
hostess. nerved jello ice cream Leo Singleton and family. have been learning to work erations than other ulur : t l>i nil Inn, ,, M,ik, r / '
II Work Guaranteed I any person c UHtomei'H and
;Mr. and :Mrs.:. Albert KlIMI: .1"1 M, ,1,1. ,
punch and cake to the mem Morris on cars. Parents night will be A'YOr1Qr
riibne 969-2964 in the world about 1.000 pi mils, Oxclmcr wild.\ ('n \\ I Nt' 10... ,11,, rYl1 greeting Service, IQ ,
and l Tina
spent Saturday with Sunday night at 7:25.: Samples rI ,
and I ..,,
So. bers.Mrs. -- know the extent of i "rlirht nt M.I\ t
Walnut. Starke
Richard Keys and children i Mr. arid :Mrs.:. John H. Parker of their work will be shown in damage that cigarette smoking A liiMI."' It LII," i 1111' -
left last week for a while there they celebrated d dTine's I the auditorium. The children Semi-monthly )' ,iilnMK, MII. .,.it + I "
ro SERVICE months visit with her mother : seventh birthday. will be there at 6:30.: ran ment ot $18.75 In ...\- tl tUMHIl, ." t .d 1Ir"Ludle 1 {fl .+
"Some dl
55.00O Americans' | Suvinu., Bonds! will tin- p.lul'' i ; r )
() Cordially
f Mrs. Elizabeth Pierson inWinchester i Otis Forsyth of Norfolk Va. Re,,,". Tom Moore\ our district died liial year from, lung cancer .HIIIH ii-, i"I". ..1 GodwinRepresentative

ilbert S. Brown Ind. spent several days with hiliplll'ents I missionary will be the and 6.1,1100 will die this| nn iiLciiniiilntPd value : 11 :Nnriln;.., .ii-i., i rh ..ii, kI
Mr. and ;Mrs. J. G. Adklns l last week while his, speaker for the revival that $3.fi9III! just seven ''K'I". IIi..' \\ "M'l Welcomes
dart Oil Service Station attended a dance recital! in,I .ship was docked at Savannah, will be held at the Baptist year He said. cigarette smoking/: time ,.lit'Iliiiiil,.' **tl-t.1111, ..f a i n,d1)!,?i\ Ph. 961-5321' : : "'

ATLAS Jacksonville on Thursday Ga. Church from July 10 till r..1 ,. You and Your
July first became, 'a national habit 1 III.n'" I I' NN
'JilESTTERIES. night for their granddaugh Visitors at the home of the ('\ii> or -in.\\KS \ 1 'Mll.tt l.,,|, III.' tI t ., 1013 E. Call St. Family to Your
17.P. in the United States
J. W. Horn's in honor L. Estes right after 'iiiiiiniliii' i ,.r .tin, Starke New Home
(i..t Terms-Road Service ter. Beverly Jo Smith They j Sunday is home after I World War One, "imd Wards, ,cnnnot ny of .HUM

Phone 961-7071 were Joined by Walter and I or father's day were Mr. and six months training with the we're now reaping the, widespread . mill, StallHi' ,,ail
N. Temple. StarkefURST'S Gnry Prevail of Starke. Mrs Richard, Williams and, National Guard. '' express our heartfelt ; ,...i> \\.xtiTlv. 1 A,i-
We want to congratulateDon I|I family of New Pork Richey "and horrible conse tu all who extended ( 11"1'1\,. liininiliir\. The State of FloridaIt
1 quences. Ing: sympathy and help in III I l'mini,1\ Kl'nil,I.
HI Pearson who now Is Mrs. Betty May' and Melody iltHtuni.... ., .',.
Life insurance statistics recent Morrow For the ol "iu Is Our Desire To :Make You Feel' Welcome and
of St. .
known as Dr. Pearson. He George S. C. Mr. and i '"' mi I n.,..' s..iiii' !,
SHELL received his. M. D. degree from | Mrs. Robert Barksdale and prove that a person who doi-x- tiful service! floral .. \' IIIH .. ,tot,,',HI, .ii To Acquaint You With Your City.
Service Stationis of and. Let's GobCardethng n't smoke cigarettes will live and other kindnesses! we t .Hoiiilt, ,Hami,
the University, of Miami onJune family Starke Billy .
I be .h.'M"'I,
8'/4 years longer than one who forever grateful. -- \
12. Dr. and Mrs. Pearson Home of Hampton. .
Oils \ tinilKlu nf .
Lubrication I ui\
does he said. Denmark Family.I If you are new in the area, a phone
bear. Tires & Batteries' left Wednesday for Long Gertrude Slade entered the ,. .Inn' u ,d.r.u1., ". i
Y. where he will 1 Bradford, "The tar in cigarettes causes ', .In II |r M 'Illl I I.m.
N. County Hospital on I-
ROAD SERVICE Island "." .. ... call will bring visit
ix / : iiiMiir'" ('oiur l: l\ II lltHt\ ,Ml., .1, you a prompt
101 and 100 Starke Intern In St. Albani Naval i Tuesday of last week for lung cancer and tllnif'o- 1'111,: "I..II.M: i ill1/ Dir i 'it.i t <.a i. i I. .., t I... I ii h,,
Hospital. They will ,be stuy- treatment By Hervey Sharpe, Editor tine produces hcirt ,itt \ I \ I,, """. from your local hostess. !Pleasejive
To die from lull mi tiiroui" i 1111. 4. ,
I Aaron. Williams of Jackson lung i.nuci' 'is t "n.In.I I < i i"J J
I Florida Agricultural Extension i I1 < : .. ... ,, ,,,, ., ,
often, slow and lI11b'IoI'h,. in* > : I I n i "In" I '' i "| her call She
ville visited his parents Mr. Service n.ini I I, I. v ,,I a )hay! maps: and many
and Mrs. J. A. Williams on ,, excruciating A ht'int, ,ill."i. l k I i i i i ," "i I, :' .' I .?.

Su!: nday. if it doe.sn'1 Iml1wIII11o'kIn! Mil' I I i ,, i i i free and wonderful gifts for you
UNDER-WATER\ WEED\ be *, \, ," ?\ 1 ." ," I I '
:Mrs. Ireta Garaflo, Mrs.CI..o Gardenias like can monstrous! pum'ihini/; I I1 I M from
are jokeabolh I local businesses.!'
Oschner said ,
Hunter. Mr. and Mrs. vlduni i ii n\- _
tend to get smutty.. :Ml r'I|go I
"Krnle; Dowling Mrs| Eunice
If you oppose cleaning
CUTTING Morris and Mrs. Katie Saxon
up jokes smutty
were, Sunday visitors at the
gardenias are no laughing mat
Geurge Saxon home.

Drag-Line and Crane ServiceLET Mrs. Sylvia Cox and Shan ter.Like telling a joke you've
non and Chucky visited Mrs
got to build up to the punch :
Margaret Crawford on Monday line. So, before the smut let's
US CLEAR;: YOUR LAKE PROPERTY OF and Shannon remained for talk about whiteflies. 4 1 4f w

WEEDS; WITH OUR NEW: :MACHINE DESIGNED a week I Whiteflies if they reproduce v
Miss Jessie Mae Brannen of tl A
FOR THIS PURPOSE. according to schedule, will 1 r ,
B.utow and Mr. and Mra. } 1
soon become a problem on 1
!Flunk Brown and daughters
gardenias, llgustrums and other f
FOR BETTER IJOATING G-J.'ISIl. of Winter Haven. were Sunday.. ornamental, One way of'' Alt'

ING AND SANITATION guests of :Mrs. T. F. Brown. checking for Infestation 'build' IJI .
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond I
up Is to shake a limb of a |
Flowers and of Valdosta
son suspected plant. If a cloud of I f
visited Mr. and Mrs. D. H. 4r
whiteflies rises from the leaves
AQUATIC WEED CONTROL Ciawford last week ,
the answer is obvious.,
Miss Frances Lott graduated -

PHONE 961-0071 AFTER 0 P.M.P. I. from the school of nursing For whitefly James control Brogdon Entomologist :with- ,

nt the SI. Vlncenl's Hospitalon t
I O. BOX 331: June 19. On July first she the Agricultural Extension
Service, says use a malathion t
will be nursing at :Mercy hospital -
J. C. GARDNER; STARKE, FLA.LAWSON'S spray. Mix 2 teaspoons of 07
In Miami. Those attend. M
per cent emulsifiable malathionper
the exercise r
ing graduating
.. .. .. M Mrs. Ester Mr. gallon of water. i
.. were Sooty mold on leaves of or-
and :Mrs. F. P. Lott John Elton 4
namentals In associated with
Lott and :Mrs.:. Sadie Elder l 1 i
whiteflies. The unsightly black pFI
MARKET smut Is a fungus that thrives s.
Mrs. Lucille Durham and r!
on excretions from Immature

:old Storage Grocery Store son Synott were weekend guest whiteflies aphids, mealybugs x r
of the F. P. Lott's. The Lotts
and soft scales. Controlling I t g .
left Thursday for a visit with I
the insects usually prevents
relatives in. Stewart. Miss +
t+\ the black mold.( k ?
d Carl Brown Is in the Vet- jj.
i The ladles' long-standing j
( t1 i .I, erans Hospital in Lake City. i/
t Y cure for sooty mold Is a fre
rnt 1 lie suffered a heart attack g
quent dash of soapy dish wa
it last ,,
rMN r
ter. Men prefer to use an oilemulslon ,
.... ;Miss Betty Darling spent a r I
1-. I the weekend with her aunt spray. Caution: t t
Don't apply oil sprays to tender .
;Mrs. Ethel Tidwell.
I plants If the temperatureis
:Mr and Mrs. Frank Har-
I above 83 degrees ,
din of Jacksonville were visiting I
: Keep an eye peeled for Oeor i Ik" uwr d' 1
the K.: B. Watterson's last I
J week. gla thumpers (grasshoppers), ; 7 7g
Mss f katydids and Held crickets ,
;Mi, and ;Mrs. Don McMahoneand :
f These. peats are leaf chewera..
sons of South Daytona I
Some of these are n.lght eat.era. '
:Mrs' Dot Failing and, Mr. and ,
hide In the >
They ground .
Let Us Prepare Your Beef and :Mrs daughter' Jo'rerierll.'kValterson Mary Louise and of I mulch' .by day and rasp away I ft:y3W2 :

on the ornamentals by night.
Pork For Your Deep Freezer. Starke .spent fathers day with I Chlordane will kill the hoppers [ .
their par..ntl1Ir.: and Mrs. ;
along with several kind,
I fc will ) and Butcher. There will be M; L. Wallerson also Otto ,
Pick-up! a of beetles. Spray the ground,

I mall Tee for I'kk-up-Uutchering cows $3.00 per Witt guest of Lake of City the Wuttersons.l I as/ well as the plant for com- 1( niI

I lead and Hide. Hogs 3c per lb.-Cleaned Weight per Mr. Witt Is a cousin of Mrs. I plete control. f rf ,

or Chill-cut and wrapping :5c! per lb. with paper. Watterson. bonnie McMahone Summer Is lay-by time for ,to
gprdeners.( That Is, let
stayed for a visit with his
We Sell Reef and Pork for Home Freezers grandparent! 1 pall of the garden area rest' AV::

Mr. and :Mrs:. L. A, Wiggins Ra ther.than let .the sun bleach j V :iI- .::
''hone 951-8281*; 218 Washington St. the soil into a sand dune V V V ,
and Mrs Eve :Menefee: of ? 'V
plant the plot to a cover crop.

-I' A legume cover will increase fir it

the nitrogen supply In the

soil. Crotalarla or cowpeas t F
are two excellent summer \v

,1 gleen-manure crops which s i
1f 4
will produce a yellow canopy'

of blossoms this fall. '

If you plant cowpens be

07.d.j sure to choose a neml1talere I

variety such as Ironor

Brabham. 1 '
.' of
1 Summer Chore. 1'

Two chores which cannotbe jj 1I'f"I': MUM"g1P) ? ..**' 5 / "
*! -
avoided during hot weatherare ",.

mowing the lawn and

I shearing the hedge. Both Job 9
have to be tackled when the ...

i plant Lawn growth grass allowed demandj to it.glow' ,

H J to too tall I Is likely to go to seed

Also, delayed cutting will

leave a harmful layer of clippings

\. that may shade the remaining

For a better vacationIn Sheared leaves.hedges which are I Presenting the frosty taste

allowed to become shaggy be-
better '
a car- fore being clipped must be'

GET A QUICK BANK large pruned stems extensively.are cut Therefore and bare

areas show on the hedge Sur of Fresca. Its blizzard.

.J AUTO LOAN face. The hedges best and answer mowing to trimming lawn- a

And you'll save money on the over-all cost during the summer Is to tackle I

the Job often and trim a little Fresca is the cold drink
of your beautiful new '66 carl at a time. V 4 f new with the frosty, cold taste.

II I t And of course, it's sugar-free.

BANK Auto Loans are BEST! Interest received on U. S I' .' V Just how refreshing is Fresca9 This refreshing'

Savins:; Bonds Is not subject ;| t Icy, biting, bold, cold, frosty, wintry breezy, shivering !shimmering; ,

to stale or local Income tax. f, Shuddering, stinging springy, sparkling splashing nipping,

,t, zf 1 w chilling lively, light, bright, brisk, bouncing bubbling, piercing, 1

FLORIDA I CARD OF THANKSThs nearly freezing and almost shocking.There's .

recent bereavement never been a taste so refreshing.It's .

whlci Ha visited our home f r a blizzard.

BANK 1 AT f STARKEOne I h*?I qJlltht! : to us a greater
'''tappreca.Uon.of, bur .rlendi( I

For the' food. floral offering '

of 30 Banks of the Florida National Group and other kindnesses we Hot I Fed under the authority of The ('orl( -l'ohl Company; by

de tsply': grateful. Such
axe < ;
thouftitfulne-u; can never be (;.\I\ ES\'II.U.; t'O<'.\-COJ.\ no'm.INC(i co.I. .
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
forgotten Mr. land Mrs. Carl

J. WlUon and family .
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..r.1I: TF.N ft'RAnFonn roryrrr T1'LF.nnAPn: !STAHKF':, ".oRmA Tnrn n.\T, ,WN7': 2.1. 19RECREATION

The Second' Half of the i Bantam Baseball. League I j and 4 walks. Discount was ley vs Pine Level. Department: at 9 a. m
NEWS I IWomt'n' opened! t Tuesday. June 14 ] unable to do much with the Friday, June 24;: I Monday through Friday until -
with Lawtey defeating Johns' i 1 pitching, of Wise but did 7:30: p. m. Noeuel's vs I 11:30: a. m. Let's not forget -
Oil by a score of 11 to 4. manage to score[ In the 4th Waldo. 0:00: p. m. dauicn Athletic Director Butch
I Lawtey came up with 9 bin 1 and 5th innings to{ avoid a Rest. Vi Pest Cont.ol Redding who Is doing more
Softball leagueHurst ed 2 rung In th- 3rd Inning runs In the 3id: Inning and I I i.hut-out Larry Brown led Monday June 27: than his part In field preparations .. it1; .a Portable or electric? gcJbotli
Shell won Us first to take a 4-2 le- :i aft r 3 |
I 2 more In the! 4th to top the Lawt.ry hitting with 2 :don- 7:30:: p. m. Noe el'8'II; and umpiring. We A ,
game of the year with an 8 inninfis. Hurst wired its 51h cake. The lending hitters for ''tiles, Joey( Bennett, D. Wise. Lawtey. O'OO p in.- Garden can't leave out Carolyn Mc- M4 ", A" w : in with a Smith-Corona
to 4 conquest: of Holiday:: Inn. run In the 4th Inning, and F one ,
I Lawtcy were R. Crawfordand and 6. Starling also had a vs Pine Level Klitiicy who certainly Is doling -
This. pas probably the best closed out their scoring with Oludleux, both with Pin t double each. For the loser American Legion Baseball I IThursday. a fine Job In assisting In : the portable that's the Ouse
played ball game of thewomen's 3 in the 6th. ,. on
I' Holiday: Inn
!nies. Johns Oil /Rot Its rung> | KMtii Thonrns and Randy : June 21: archery and rifle along. with
games thus far.with manngsJ:! to I $ I
come up with a In the 1st 3rd and 4th inning McOovcrn each had 2 hits 7:30: p m.-at BUS Field Oirl's Softball. If the staff Ig
neither team holding mild threat
ever in the
last InnIng Leading! hitters were n. Post SB VH Oalnesvll'e. i continues In this fine effortwe
a command lead. Holiday I i but Hurst put out th Roberts with 2 singles and Trlest construction gained SUMMER; PROGRAM: I will have the;! best hummer -
Inn jumped off to a big 3 fire before! too I
I Danny Evans with a base td'alr Ut win of the tad: NEWS program yet. '
run lit Inning but Hurst i I
done. Georgia
: Rayburn l half with a 0 to 1 victory Tin first week of the| AT'I'ENT.ONALL GIRLS
came back in the bottom of Judy hit.The '
Broughtan.: Johnnie: winning winless H. C. Parks DOLL SHOW 1 ,
pitcher was over Wall and Recreation: De : July r
the 1st to score 2 runs and | Smith und H 1-
'rilet John'I
Larry Blown for Lawtey ant Triest rapped out 10 hits partment's! summer programwas '< at the Recreation
Holiday Inn held a 3-2 lead I< each had 2 hit to paceHurst's Brooks the loser for Johns' while! limiting Wall to 4. appropriately! numed., Wept, for particulars.
after one! inning. Hurst add- I' 12 hit attack. CorkyAllen i'! __ _
Oil. Trlc.si -MB VM
: Acorod 4 runs In thr The title was "Get Acquainted M W.
I had 2 of Holiday Inn's 3rd, 1 I Ir. the 4th 2 in the Week" and those; who '1 A Savings Bono registeredIn __- _
I 5 hits.: Harriet Johns was Liberty National: silpped by 5th and 2 In the! 6th. Wall registered! and participated: 1 co-ownei form becomesthe :
the winning pitcher Val H. C Wall by a score of 9 to picked in their lone run In throughout\ the week did acquaint tote) and absolute prop- a t .
301 Edwards! the loser 5, scoring:: 5 runs In the 1st the 6th Inning Farelon Mc- themselves with the erty of the surviving co-
2 runs in the 2n1. 1 run In Clollan and Guy Haddock:: many t-vents. Playground Director owner in the event of tne
Kiiii3': Flowers continued ''the SUi. and 1 more !In the paced Triest with 3 hits each John Williams feels death of the owner
DRIVEINOPEN I : their dominance of the 6th Inning. while :Mark\ : Pa tray had 2 that the program Is starting
league with a crushing 13-0 Liberty National leodinn hits for the losers. off \o successfully\ and he
7:00 win over Goodman's Oulf hitters were D. McKlnney Schedule of coming! games feels that: as the weeks go by + t
lJIOW) TIME 7:15 I The win was the 3rd consecutive with 2 Mnnlni. Gray Flyrin! 2 Thursday. June 23: It.vill continue to improve.
ADMISSIONAdults 1 for Nancy's against no singles D. Rhoden a tripleR. 6 p. m.-Lawtey Vs H. C., "$P'1l'tq Week" Is the title 4AE
75c Students BOc losses while Goodman's record Bennett with 2 doubles Wall. for( thla week. FrHav's! special .
Children Under 12 Free is now 1 win 2 losses. and a homer, and J. Rowe 7:30: p. m. Johns Oil v+ event will be tournllme-ntsI| 1H

The tame bel'n<;ted defin- with a triple and a double Triest. relays 3-legged Races, sack'' ....... ""' ;
itely to Nancy's from the beginning H. C Wall scored runs In Friday June 24: race, and other /l1II'pl'loes.
THURS., Fill.. SAT. as they picked up 5 the 3rd and 5th innings with 6 p. m. -So. Discount vi This Fell! Day will conclude r
June 23, 21, 25 runs in the 1st 3 in the 2nd:: leading:; hitters being! S. Miller II. C. Wall. the week's sports activities' \. J.

Double Feature ProgramFILLED 4 In the 3rd. and 1 in the with a double) Scott 7:20: p, m. Liberty Natlona: archery air rifle, volleyball I
4th to end the !game via the Whitehead a Finale, ana vs LawtPV. softball etc. Coroiietelby

t 10 run ruling. Nancy's pounded Mark Pa tray with 2 slnKhH.; Standings (lEnd of isle A special trip to Jacksonville I 'i ;' -
WITHADVENTURE out 14 hits, while limiting The winning/ pitcher was week1 LAwtey 2-0: Libert planned by Director SMITH-CORONAe'- )
Goodman[ :! to[ only 4. Carolyn R. Bennett for Liberty National National 2-0: Sou Discount I Oene Rayburn. proved very J ..
7i MUSIC and Dyal and Barbara. Ellison led< ; loser was S. Miller. 1-1: Trl)('.t. 1-1. Johns Ol. I successful as an A'ts and 4)) :=.'.,,. The Coronet gives you all the speed, ease and worxfer ef j
;. their teams attack, each Result Of Thur... June 16- 0-2: Wall 02. Crafts program for the summer i electric typing...at only a little more than the cost at aA '' ,
.. ,.. FUN I collecting[ 3 hits in 3 at bat Southern Discount puled: n Men's Softball League was! planned at a free ordinary portable *. ****--..ar i'
r. q i I while Shirley Johns and mild surprise and defeated:! The new entry In thfStarka rllnlc. Many new I I'egs and i _-" '_ .- _.__" ... '" U" '.
I Bunnv Winkler chipped in 2 Triest Construction Co 10 to Recreation Men'f cro.1eU will be available to ,: a -..., ................ w....;....... ..., ... ......_ .
hits each. Ann Godwin was 8. Tne jrame was the 1st on Softball League' the Waldi the participants In the pro.I IIlram. .... -.
the ,_ FULL 88 CHARACTER KEYBOARD the same
winning pitcher while for both these teams In the Lions Club1 got off to a far Margaret: Colson and I
qv s o a Wanda Williams was tabbed 2nd hhlf. Tllest Jumped off and explosive start with a John Williams will be In: w- as on office electrics plus full-length, up-front tabu,
for the loss.Schedule ;::. lation. Set clear, tabulate from the keyboard.
a 2-0 lead in the 1st InnIng 21-11 win over an improveiLawtpy charge of the Arts and I -'
0 for Tuesday :, Southern came back to Recreation Team Craft spusions. We rel'l1' S AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC REPEAT ACTIONS -
wale June 28: WW. tie it in the top of the 2nd Waldo could be a threat to have more/ to offer along this I, PESTS at your fingertip command:spaces,dots,dashes,'X's and

7'311 p. m.-Holiday Inn vs but Triest added 4 runs In the top winning clubs In the line than ever before.As I vV rt....._'.. LEARN TO TOUC1[ TYPE underlines. Type faster electrically!
lsnQysam Goodman Gulf. the bottom of the 2nd and:! league! a", they displayed a Playground Director I, U.....,,__ IN ONLY TEN DAYS- PERSONAL TOUCH SELECTOR set the touch

9:00: p. m.-Hurst Shell vs held a 6-2 lead after 2 Inn- lot of offensive power lashing would like to nine: all children r Vu.rrgy Get S LP records and instruction that pleases you, and electricity does Ibo work "print
Nancy Flowers. tags' of play. Southern exploded i out 23 lilts In 5 and a third 1-12 years of !aue to D'Ce"y1n.. pages in a handsome case perfect" every time!
B Ist. In the 3rd inning\ for innings: The game was full come o.it and participate In1'
Bantam for when
Baseball LelI.l'ueI only $3,95 you pur ALL THIS AND MORE Page Gage CopySetTchase
8 bit runs and had a 10 to of action i that fans come to a program that I feel has a'' this i handsome new Adjustment, Forward-Glide top deck Quick Set"1 Mar.
t. TECHMICOLORC I S win. Southern was able to see and vms a clone ball gam- lot to offer. I would also like ''I Smith-Corona portablel! and a deluxe TrimlineTM
Qs.i0u l .. (act only 2 hits, singles by for 5 innings. Waldo took a to single out Mrs. Griffith gins carrying case.
Aw.w I,wM.wiA A.w.4.Kve : FLORiDA'THEATRE Sonny Loudon and Randall 2-0 lead but Lawtey tied It and Margaret Colson for an KEEP IN FASHION WITH TODAY'S NEW KIND OF ELECTRICAL LIVING f
!McOnvern. but were aided by up in t.helr half of inningNo. outstanding Job with the 4-BJ I i
Triest miscues and 10 free 2. Waldo came back with year old J program in the
1 passes by Triest pitching. I 5 runs to''' take a 7-2 lead. mornl.igs. It takes a big effort -
Randall Govern picked up Lawtey came up with 6 runs on their part and thus
Plus I the win for Southern, givingup in the top of the 3rd and far this part of the program'' Only/ $159-36
S hits./! Timmy Etland and took the ,i lead 8-7 after 3 Is successful We encourage 'lus Tax
.ice Showtime-Weekdays 7 Lavrn:: Outlaw had 2 hits Innings.: ID the bottom of parents to take advantage of 9643965Florida
ttA AauauuNawie Sunday 3:00: Saturday 1 each for Triest. while Eddie the 4th Waldo loaded the this program and bring their'>
MIUKKTEIJNItilMriUIEUllfrl( IiOEMl.pamsatr Hazen had a double. Far'don bases and' Youngblood belted
EVERY FRIDAY McClellnii/ : : was the losing one out ot the Park for a
; I pitcher. grand xlanti home! run, and
ROYAL CROWN __ Waldo had a 11-8 lead after
FUN TIMEFriday9:30 Liberty National remained 4 innings In the top of the Post BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH
undefeated in the 2nd half 5th Lawtety tied the game Control
A A.M. league )play with, a 11 towin 6 with 3 runs, but in the bottom y
A over Johns' Oil The of the 5th Waldo put i CHEMICAL CO.
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game "was up for grabs until the game wway coming up
PRIZES & SURPRISES the final inning when the with 7 big ,, runs and went on
nr.. Insurance crew put It out of to win 21-11. Wasdln and .. -- .- -- .. -
tuutwusgsa reach liberty National scored Youngblood each went 4 for Yt
TUMI)ARTISTS ";TOHl COlfli THURS.. Fill., SAT. a single run in the first 3 5. Youngblood had 2 home 1Rti

jo 1 June 23: 21, 25 1 innings while Johns scored 3 runs and 2 triples, Massey Charley ;
Double Feature Program In the bottom of the 2nd and:! Phillips, arid Durban each
'''Sun., Mon., Tues., Wed. I| a tie pame! was in progress had 3 hits for Lawtey. ,J 'P Je
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June 26, 27, 28, 29 I Double Feature Program I I tional went ahead in the Florida Pest Control got
I 14th inning by scoring 2 more off to winning' ways In their) Johns :

SAW I runs added:: a single In the first game of the 2nd half i I
fti 9? i I top of the 5th and led 6 to with a convincing 10-4 win
HER IN JOHNNY 1 5. Johns Oil came up with 3 over Pine Level. Pest Control
v\: PLAYBOY runs in the bottom of the picked up 3 runs the first k Ra

kr$ MAGAZINE; 5th to Inot the score at 6 all. time they batted and they about this question:
Liberty National broke the were never behind although
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+ NOW see An tlMMO SMAU game open in the final inn- Pine Level stayed within) "Fire loss in the United
YI ALLOP' ftoduclon -: Ing with 5 big runs and then striking' distance until the States rose in 1165!> for the

kitdANDtgr sat Johns 011 down In the late Innings. Pest Control d sixth straight year to anew
bottom of the 6th for the scored In just 3 innings, getting >
I $l2 billion high. I Extended -
win. Liberty National scored 3 In the 1st. 4 In the
. : their 11 runs by getting 10 4th and 3 in the 6th knock- coverage losses
>y! 1BIGlar OHNNY INfEI hits. Gray Flynn led the attack ing out 14 hits. Pine Level soared from $1.2 to $1.7
0 l unto : with 3 safeties Includ scored 2 In the 2nd 1 In the billion. Does thin suggest
I ing a double Danny McKinney 4th 1 in the 5th. threatened that insurance be period- 'i
!Plus and Dennis Rhoden each In the 7th with the bases j ically increased to full
tr.ttft I II aided=' a triple. Kenny Chlttyi loaded \but the winners managed I( value, to avoid disastrous I

Some i had a double[ for Johns Oil to choke off the rally i| loss from various kinds of .,
'EROMiSES I People i Results: Friday June 17: and take the game. Al Wad- insured destruction?" I
Lawtey! Recreation won Its dell was 3 for 4 for Pest Con II

:.t, PROMiSESj''' From HEETLE"; LAND 2nd game of the 2nd half by trol. W. H. Johns Edwin Charley E. Johns I
.... I tamlr.3; So Discount 8 to 3 Johns, and Gene Rayburn I
', as Donny Wise hurled a 5hitu each had 2 hits for Pine I Agency I
''JAYNi..MANSlIfLD "MARIE M OQ/IAlD/. SUNDAY.. .\IO\.. TUES !r.The. Level.
E June 2fi. 27, 28 Lawtey nine scored Schedule: Thursday June 131 S. Walnut St. i
:;;- I'Jus enouirh runs in the initial 1 23 r PHONE 964-0201 We Are Pleased
Inning to win the game 7:30: p m, Noegel's vs Gar I Ir To Announce
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,. . . the funeral of their aunt Mi and Mis! James F"nder'' Norman Ji! j I mem'j: I i-. 14 of th m were I "" .h"'H" t l I"i ilrnn. 'IIIKHIf I i"v "III.,',n". MI l gum"il! I lullh nnil,,,, i .I) l..,. itinpli, ..ti* sa lit pruJHi I Kim' 'hlo!: will mitt nt the fourthmiHit -
.nT".1 'n I I'mC I I .. ..H ,. *-|rrclfl.at I I "" gllllrill.,i i'UK!' trial' tin xlVnrvs-, i wit hi.i' /tits time ..'I forth In In tin I'Urk orrii-i mi
Mis Ella Neal in Gainesville I and :son. Mi And Mis Bill Mi unci Mrs Ilaiiv Tayl'r: i I baptized Sunday Our servIres i I It| l lI I.- purl' i h.i ,,.il. l 1'1'..","I'I I gill i I imlil,' .i l'. \t ill t.', ah Mud i,,,I ,,,Inn TmHOn the' nth I PIIY nf July
last Wednesday affil family :Mi I ami\ Jr ot LJulfaln. N. Y, wcicKUPSI Uir( I : MI'I i" ..fill Ijo, h I II I h., ', \"IIII't" i -t'. rn'''' rI"h, I I" tin. I B..I. rt, "nlillIIIM I if 1 HU.I I .' rm, N i I I1I' i, i. it nnUNI < .\.1) 1 1'iiiii. lilt .fi I'ttai.,il or /l-.tti|" "ilUtIH '-
Bayless Hiway Mi and Mrs. Barney ERS- DMrs Jimmy Mutin ol '., of Mi and: Mr' Q L spiittuallv and fluanilalv. G I II., ,11..rll"IM"I""i" : 'u n lliui, m' I 1.1 i nil'I,,I nl i f"miml- ,1,1' tint m in,.ii sit hln' TIM"* I I'Ir I lilt Illllpoll" ", I : 'I"" per|> IIh1, I I L,\ I l\. I I'I.M..i Ian. ii hand. IMHIH I.II l I.\' ,mill,. tilt .Iml IM ,miMituilriu <1IM Iltphl JIll Mil"" ,IVItlVlllMTtentliminv /
and children of Jackson- Stalk Everyone enjoyed n night,, G. MICAI.thUl'11 In ,
ers Sapp Thursday chaiBC.
: plus. a:I inr milt" I ti,<* "SuHv I i'iiniiiin' | Ii'rnsal) "tiilu )HIMII "II i ur Huiiiii in true ,, .IIH 'In I tin. ruler. it
By Mr.. O. E. Crosby ville were weekend guests of softball fame and hamburger Mi and Mrs Rickersonand Sunday: nnm ncement "' 1"'lrlo",lulls t.I" put" hiiHlni'HM 'In I Klin,'lila' nnil',,' linn uf uI'Ir.d,, "C.itinl.v.. "' Kim, '" any pniiity.. | i real 01' .ptijnn. >.1 l lur

her parents.; Mr and Mrs. T. fryMisses,, Mrs: Ruby Yarborough soivlLvJ of dally Vacation: IHIH", IIIIIM" :a I I ,1111, i rut lax' 11 Hi fit\ I IV till I'llltfll' HllllLUlll.l'tlt lila ,iiHiiviii, the right l tu ra- ,m'X"U! UH fixed by the 'I'"..
uuu.uW..auVacatlnn and Debbie Rniford :yul,: All nitiiMiH" | rill'i iiluni '1111111111111111 0 IIH .IIIilium .- jiit t an:' 'mill all bids and, to11'1' A.M HHI)" for tllll ,'.111' I(IHIiavainM '
N Noimiin/ Charlotte of sent Monday Bible School: will terminate. H..I. ..1.'n."II.| I ...... 14..t.| ''.. rm, HID 'HIT nut tif \\' i.lit InfurmiillthH.THIS ) tin owner or Sushi of
Bible School ended Mr. and Mrs. Arthur George cf Grange Park are with Ml3. 11Ickel'".on's daiiitlitei Enrollment this year was lien" Ii, Mhi'i'lH, i.f iliau"' till r"u.t" : t prim. \\ II IIi III till uoAim ((IK iTHLir: .. 1 IN-: such" prupertyJKHOMI. .

I at North lde Baptist Hewtt of Fort Myis spent spending thlMeek with :Mis Rudolph iFiHJ and Cur teachers were :Mrs pigs "IlllK| >*.. uf HI"'I I IfuiitloiiM ((11,1,) i.Ill iyn aflir .lii'lnx, auiinlil $TRl'"I'.IJN",; OI li' HH\IWoU, { 1 B: Jtmvaliilrman
Rev. 65'1 shall. b.* ntiiitiIliionifh tar i'tintrni. t. aid' hind i CI i III'-'I'\1 :; I KM>K I HAThoninn (' or tluunl Lo.intyi
Church Friday night. the wtkend with Mr and their:! grandparents, Mr and: famllMIJ.. berta Ul by Preschool: ,
""' offki iiI 101'111&1'11111"111&" tht pMl'rw'1)1Ullreilly I.. Cavoy. Jr., HupeiIlitcmlt i mm'mn/aatm" | N lit HmdCuiil
Law hon reported a good attendance Mis Jerry Dval mid:! family Mrs Ellciy Sapp. I Olenda:! Crosby ant) JRrtmtJI'II.OfJ'' : : '!. Mamls I ih<. Art'htt/ >*< tlul ill' it nl na lit lionil l to I biimlil nt County, Florida

at all the meetings.We Mr and:! Mrs. R. B. C-osiy son ai' visiting i l' lathes in Cutchen Prima: y : 1\11 s'ShIrley 'I'Irli, ; fliiiil hu n"coml"UI| l by the ('unlr''lur. 6/al!:! at 7/7 At t.*" .
Mi and Mrs. Clinton Norman Ull 1 Itv\ i risht.'r'e c'het'Ic 01 himbond 4o: I Udder, ,,,'ulthilllttv, h">
heartfelt '
extend our and children and Danny Lalccliivl this week. Brown Ji. Department t- U6' CI-L\HLtDAnBY::! ,
In the amount of 5 pi bid l im. !. period! of thirty Glol(: %. O'I'U'I': 'r1C;
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sympathy to the family of Grates spent a week with relatives I son Jacksonville Ravmcnd Hess Is confine=, ; Mrs Gladys Blje In- ...n' of, tin, hid iiii.viil.Uto> th ,days' after i the date" Hit" (..I (",ill .\i.i/: tnn\ i'I..k. .tau' Auditor.

Marv.n: Wilson and also to in Nashvil'e. Tenn. spent Sunday with his par- I to his h'jme with i Incsi We I teimealatt Dept. and L. C 11""I, \ .t'lllllli. I 111..11'IM'1 Illlll. IIil IM'iiliiit tin..nnf, Tlv it,, 0,'d uf I'liiinty <'mii-", 0/23
in their' Uniiiri.,."il l l ''Ilntty. Klmtilu, I'lii ,un"l'e, ,'im., u'Ml ,In, ii. 'iiili. "mlHHImii/ '. "i"f iif IIr"oH..1. 1 Cimiitt .
Hev Sparks family Rev and MIR C. A Cioi- ents Mi and :Mrs F. !M wl l<-h\ fo him a spTdy rECOV- McCutchpn. dlie"'tir. Commencement "

bereavement. by. :Mrs Maiplc Pan Mi and crv will biln at (fian1 i

AluS, end Mis. Rudy Sapp !ion ants Mrs Evelyn Thomas I fcnrt!=nt? Arc ns1''ed to b' \

and son are spending a few of Llnlen were (dinner: BUI-SI" at the.rhurch at 530.)

days with. their parents Mr of Mis O E,, Crosby and NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED I Elder Louis M Kay. pi rI i- .a ax

and Mrs Eldon Sapp and Mrs J. L. Johns MmcJav :,,01'. De" L. C. :McCut-hcn'

Mr, and Mrs. L. C. Padgett Mr Fionnie Moody and CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY I 11'1')>0"1'" (CoJeS! FULL SUSPENSION ;:;W:

before Airman Sapp leases Mrs Smith Johns of Lake OIKL s.'ours FILES. e.C

for overseas duty. Mrs. Sapp Butler were guests of Mrs J. I
Gill Shout ineetin' will br 25% more filing capacity. Smooth sliding drawers
end &>.\ will\ live In theli L. Johm( Monday. held
Saturday. J ih' 9.
RECREATION;; NEWS 1\Iae"lcnll will render service at roll/ /
trailer by Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Mrs Ertele Padsett entered \ 8:30: i:1 i: Poor 22 at RJE. AllGirl quietly at the mere touch of a finger. Easy to operate' .
The Reno! Recreation department at New Bethel Baptist
Norman.Mr. Alachua General Hos.pl'a"' equipped with Fda C.
Scouts: aras e-l f lock compressors and guide rodi.
has. planned:! an Chlll'<:.l. Time of al: nUn: Qdl'p '.
and Mrs. Earl Dobbs. We all
Tuesday for
surgery please! be
excitlinx summer program FPivlBf: Is 8 p. m. The pro- I present and on Heavy gauge steel. Built to last a lifetime. Mist Green,
end Gerald Oiiffls
Mr. Mrs. wish her a speedy recovery. [ time.
for and : of the terminate: with a Olive Green
( boy ulr'.s IU'Am111 Desert Sand Sahara
ana children and Mr. and Ml'Sts! Margaret Ann Lov- Brown or Gray. 524.
service nt RJE High School I
community ( ==
Mrs. Michael Dobbs of Rat- ell and Joan L'bbv' entered I -- r =
MlriRtt Softball for the Rev, Biiiouah/ will de'l\rr the N <> 'I 1' I 1' I I.: i TWO DRAWER... e.c Height'", LQ
ford attended church and Jones Business!! College In
boy 8 to 11 years of ace will\ ines ise!! Dinner will beSIVPT :-1't ''M 1/0"by fcM.l, | Ml",ll t ts.I ... Sire
baptUm at Bayless Hlway Jacksomllle Monday. I I I.I, I I.I'IH) will I)) I t",, ,I".it..l, | ,I.j I .Wl-t. Hltili' Doe tM',. WITS' !tocr '
Sunday night Sunday evening visitors of becln Wednesday. June 29. ( at 1 p. m. A baseball 'Hie,. "n.."nil. ir |'nii| iiMir, "i.IMIII

Gerald Jo- at 4 p, m. In the indication /game. at 2,:30 p. m. alone: ..I, la I uiclfiird. r'"milt, I 10"l I..I i 202-lener 51.. ..._ UW' 28" 24" $47.85 $53.85 ,,",, ''' ;
Norman and
Mr. and Mrs. Curl Thomas
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playground. with olhci! acllvitlpHTh" !!. l i.ffl n .r i hi' :snl ;, :202-t8-L.Iterrz.: 14fiR
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Sapp returned to their home I were :Mr and Mrs Robert I"I'IIIN l l 1,, in'ilt,, ir "I'ulihi,, ,. I in' IIII-", 17" 43.75 49.75
Softball !names will be heldevery public; is invited to ,11.in ., I ::I02.18It-1.e"er Size.. 14's" 28" 46.75 .
from two we"ks camp In I Martin of Lnwtey. Mr. and : |.M1riil' | ( '''iuii\, P! ii 17" 52.75
Fort Stewart. Ga. Mrs. and ofKeys'one Thursday afternoon: at attend Ibex :. l"I. SI I 'n.,In., I'lnrl.llI.,, up| i., 02-l.gar Sir. ..."...1n.' 28" 24"" 51,70 57.70 1
Tommy Tyer son 4pm, between the Reno Th Ilomecomlna program 7:11I:: ) I' 'l.| < KST:! > ?u 'tin nth' ilivt / I tl
Mrs. T. N. Norman anI1rs d I : Heights Mr. and .,lul.,, ,.' /I'PIIII.' fur Iii v t.: J r
L. A. Crosby attended I I Mrs Carl Brown and son I boys and !Bills and between Is sponsored' by The Citizens 'lion .,fI'hjmi: THREE DRAWER..Counfer Height .p ( i

I Lincoln City boys and girls Progressive: League of Bradford 'il (I'dnr11tluS: ,, Fm| imMiirki ) 203-La"er Size U /" :
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The will be held one County "" -, .Kim/ III'"int 69.50
games I .t \\l,. h Him,. lads, Hluill In, 03-Le9al Size ........ 1n." "OW' 26" 67.10 711.85 ....
Thursday" at Lincoln City The toilowln officers! wt''eInsta1.cd 'I l IK, il, null r.',nl I uli,,,ml, .\n\. c ,
Easy To OwnLONGCHAMP and oil Thursday at Reno by Rev. Pinks'on '.IIIH' | | n"11 KII.1| mil'r ti i /". Mini" in i- t ti

There will be a Ping,; Pons I Monday night: Rev. George!: t l,IIIIHlllciplI<'"il thtif. and. di.tr' \1111|| | nut i i?, rout DRAWER p <

tournament each Friday beginning Lee PI'csl'ent: : Rv. Levy | I'lllllH. Hll| '",'iril,tillHIM I ''' mill' ,rou-|, 204-Le"e. Size .......,14'. .St"! 26K" sa.?' 71.00 /+

HOMES at 4 '30 p m. Pennon, vice president; C. C. I IIbrI" I 111,i nun.ii,IN iniiv' In, i., 'Im'ord ..604-1e9al Size ........ 17/i' 52' Zbli" 76.05 19.60 iI! -
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On Situidnv night there! : son sec ctaiv : n
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will be n record hop. Also Sarah Morris. as istant secy; I I'.n' 6 Y T
Custom \ > Ii. >niiiui"' I "rim' ,il',i. FIVE DRAWERSave/% Floor '
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tht'le11I\ be many: activities E. O Wnlkei.' financial scry.HaioM .; I Hill' If Iellrti' ? ;, t

at the Hem: Recreation Mitchell. trash or, I I. I I' l' l IJ..,nil.... ,. r"rp.lnl l | ,hill :I05-lot,11f: S'7. .".....14." 60"26'a" 87.40 T3t.1S :

Your Plans Or Ours tpr for -.out rnlo'mpnt cl'n-I Mrs!! A. J. nail s-c'al chit"- j I -', I;Lurk I'II'u-Nt: ;l: .:imlli',III:: I I'Ida I!;'li.il.ln., I Il!,r.tn.,,, I 605-Le 0 al 5z.; ........ 1 11Vo"" 60"' 265"' 92.95 106.70I .'- ,,, 11' g .x. r

I mAY rezt5trr for thcic activities I man : and Mrs. B. J. Lenn-n, ,I...i.ni. .-'..Illi' ,, I I" 'in.,.,,IIi I i I J
I Your Lot Or Ours at the center. I ,program (chairman I I'l, t \ \M.. .> "I'I.'f II/,'II' \I'| .KIN r
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The opening hours are: Greater! Allen Cha net (.,'iii.rnl I'1..iIrIIIarr, I |I' *

Wedni s'lay. 4 to 6:30: p. ml I, Churr:h. Rev. L. A. Sam-son: tin "iiMtni" 'HI .mill, "rr". ,oil| t ti
HOME: IMPROVEMENTS: Thui dny 4 to 6:30: p. in i iFrldav. pastor Sunday School 10 a. I .I i 10.1.1." ..,11.Hit, ,.I'i' 'ii 10'ni Colo's STCEL DESK TRAYS
REMODELING ,'.,1 I 'I'nntriu: I
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4 to 6 30 m and m with Mrs F. B. DeLpstre Interlocks tn'o! mu w'.v' '
: p. |I H, x "f ,iilmis and I HIM. i ,ltplo lien ?,ut> r wi;
R to 10 p. m. Saturday 8 to supeiintendent! Moinlnor se"v- T. i lions, fin ililx prJ.I i t tI I her fat Mist Green, eli. Green
3-BEDROOM HOMES 10 p m I Ice at 11 a. m. Evening< service eI I,:.t h,. fi,"i unmdl, it i'\ Desert Sand, Sj.aha brown or ,5 s
Col't's STIElKi
olio i iI
|pI l KM ,1 1 I. lirn.'i I ll
\Mr Jackson Is ask'na' youicontliuc'is 1 nt B. The lunlor! choir ., Cole Gray '
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,11111ur1.4" H III n IM| 'HII ,' SOATEA3 '.
: eooppintion\ for | will furnish music ll. ,111,, .11.1 I ,III,,.II Ihv t ,t'l, III"-
FOR SALE NOW .. I' hum npril III l ,III l I I. i.ik '
flirt-pM, Patents Hi" always! rh ur rehearsal: Is lirlrl ) I. .1 .11- 1 i p Ofd.fl3 +
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I II .1 I Its M" l ii "ll ,} I 01. 4i I. ,
velconrllanMToming, '. each fist and] third! TiiP Hnymulits inrntl lira compart
I : III I I' I I'M,?''lpl l| l ,1 I 1114, Iii I No Site! raft Dot
Small Down PaymentIN \' PriiTr.im; < at! 'the hoin'1 of Mrs. .,..,.Ii..,Ii, I f ,.II l M,., I t..I i Till, 129 t.".r. .." $360>> ........ $:?.40 rank, 4t. HELPFUL HEADING:; fare WITH EACH TPAYI I I sack 2" wide 'i
l I'"I! ,mil 140 L Itjol ..... 3.8S.3.60.ank ,rich label hf'd.r' Can .
The>< Initial 11I'1)1I"'m)! wns : foien"! liuller! All rhoirml'rnl1' I "
H Mlr-l. nni rurler.. \ ,'niliirs. she b. .
PINEBRKKZK; SIMmiVI'-MOV! AND held Monday nlu"t nt '' !: ; me nsl'ed to I'1"'fl' ",ii. t l 1"1'> |"il 11-i, .nil..I 'I"i ii 1 ui d for legal

EASTWOOD SUBDIVISION fr Allen Chin-1 1 The 01',1'I: 'I coonp.-Tlc! and Bttnd! these, i"I mi I ,till,n. i I... in I" n i iIi 'I TWO TIER TRAY /..:::: THREE TIER T'1A1' ; '" pop.n. 10J4" w, '
ichearsMs, t ",*i"IIIIH." \,i ,udr i ">. I i I. N. 51.. 5.1 N "o I., h, I llVV'd. Rubbar <
Prayer meetingis
was Rrv F G. Pinkstonrnsto. .
Contact 'till di'pr| | ,'NtI all,II! '''.' I 1'i",11I 229 1st.. $7.9S ....-:::;;:: 3.9 lxtt.r $12 32 ft.., protect desk COlOKSi ,
.' of Mt Mo'lah: Baptist' I!! held Hch! Thu 'sliy nluhtJunlo1 .. J 0'eY, ILta+
I' I I' "IIIInarMflll.'u I :' )I I"III"" 'h240 Legal *.4S 34J, LeJ'.I 13,0.1 Of..n, Ollv. Crtan, ;
NJ. 1:23 .......
Ch"r-h. Ocala Tuesday!! crunch meeting each:! :. I" I i--,-III d. M I I l\ I II I / $6.30 D.wd Sa.4 r Lham Irawa '
BUFORD MITCHELLOffice / "*, ii id) KI,", II.o,I M
night st-ivlce was hell At I Mon :nv at 5 p. m P11' ents I I,1"I ,,. nrl., nun I I .anl, ill' 'J

Phone 969-3281 1 |I'. O. Hox 2W: New Hope B'p'Ut Chinch, Are asked to plea! e spud[ Ih" good. t.nllllll, i I."i \\ "ll ,Illl,,

110 S. Thompson St. Starke, Fla. Rev. Moses hast: pastor Rev. children! to meet iu!:, Parents' rim (rol lIllVM, .,III. ..'I'I I I'.
11.1 1 ii'i, ".r iiiiin, i'h. i'"mini,,,
levy LTinon and! cn.i< mtion : i are Invited to ettendOf .
| aid .I.,. I Tini, ,,n, "Ii .Mm, HI Bradford
We Are Chamber of Commerce Members Are \ from Like Butlei and' I alt'r Bethlehem ee- I 1.1! ">..,,Illl, ) lllllH I lilt" Ir.l '., County TelegraphANNOUNCEMENT J
Maec'ennv' will hold euire( will Baptist Churth Oar ,I IIIIHII' rir.'ks i Hhnll l I"
You? If Not JOIN TODAY iniiiltt imynlilo tu Hit
Friday night\ Rff/. Genre> Revival Sl'rvre'I'le\ a meat I \r, Innr I

Lee and con-nezatlin' from succ"',s. We gained 19 new I ,Mrslrlllt'. ...hrrIMI, i.'rill'' '


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I been In a village named Mo- Funeral Services I At Park-of-The Palms I Pirmann NamedSuperintendent

I blmbl in Sierra Leone Africa,

KEYSTONE where Bill Is employed by For Mrs. MengeAt

Sherbro Minerals! Ltd. They Melrose Church At Gold Head
came to attend the graduation New Owners Disclose Plans

HIGHLIGHTSBy ceremonies at Maty MI", Etta Koebbe Men e, Walter Pirmann half been

!Manse College in Toledo 78/ of Melrose died lust Friday assigned' ; as superintendent

Ohio. Mary Jo being a morning: after 1bl'let cf doll Head Branch State

Alary\ Schaeffer member:; of the class. They I Illness. For Retirement CenterThree Park.: according to an ennoiinfeMent -

Phone 173-1127 also visited their other chil- Shot was born In Bellevue. hv the Florida

dren and their families 1887 and Board of Pnrkn.Pirmann .
I Ky. ( n Aug 25, ,
-I namely Dale in Tennessee. .. beunn work a< a
hAd lived In Melrose for the a :<
hundred retire:! persons sored by group.
,, CANCER FUND DRIVE Fund, or a Lu Nelson Memorial Doris In Toledo, and Dickie i past 19 years, coming from living, in a comfortable M.- Harvey and his wife, ran 'P.it; Onlrl( Head' In 194B.
EXPECTATIONS Fund. J and Susie in Jacksonville New Orleans, La. !I later: bpcomlm maintenance
EXCEEDS These donationswill retirement. colony with an Aurenla are both registeredreal
!I Mrs Jennings Murrhee reports do much to make this Somewhere: along the way. I Surviving U one daughter: "Old South" atmosphere; 1 Ii estate brokers ana have -1"1'\ ,inn -nfoty sunervtsor.

that the 1966 Cancer club house a reality In thenottrodlstant they picked up Bi'l's mother Mrs. Patricia Prevost of New protected In the plans of I conducted numerous real estate i. t and .TsMstnnt superintend-'
Jo. and they came to Key- Orleans La.: one san: Sidney:! Floilda. 'nt'fl.V. 'i-iT Jle her 'nle super-
Fund Drive in Keystone future. Those Florida Gospel Pioneers the schools In
Heights has far exceeded the who knew and loved these stone Heights together! L. Mnnae" Jr. of Gainesville: new owners of Park-of-the- I The Hiirveys: are originally 'I.: ''J'Tanalrr, i : Springs: In
where they were guests of ,, lies. been superlnI -
; iid:: :
eight grandchildren, and
$1.000.no goal. fine ladies may still make a : Palms on! Lake Brooklyn near from Pittsburgh Pn., and camp '-r. ;
Mr. and Mrs. Chuck New- .r 'y '' there for the past
Tha need: for Cancer Re- donation to these memoilal; throe Brent;/ grandchildren. Keystone Heights. I to Florida in 1054. engagingIn r r I
man end Mrs. Newman! 3 it ,
search was recently emphasized funds. Mrs. David Nelson Is Fu'T>ral services were held The setting is ideal for real estate and development ; 'el1 ''
mother Mrs Bert Chrlstof-
in the untimely deathsof President< for the coming 1.1"t Friday morning at 10:30: such u development says Da- I work in Fort Lauder-
two line women in our year. Sr.On o'clock: with Rev William A. vid T. Harvey of Gainesville' dale and Boca Raton before Wed: nay at, 7.30 p m.
Saturday evening, a ,
;, community. It was requestedthat VOLUNTEERS NEEDEDIf number of the Slpl'elle'sfl'lelld. Popp
in lieu of floral! arrangements you have a little leisure ., gathered at the New Chlll' h, officiating! Interment and also head of Pioneer two years' ago. i\ at I t ,ie Clarence: Holders: !,

money be donate time vou would like to put to man's to color slides and \\vns In the family plotIn Development! Corporation Mr. Harvey said that Gospel m S,v III Lnke Guests In-
-! -in their namesto worthy uw. what better! way :Melrose Cemetery with which handles construction Pioneers was organized: l lI 'Iudl c1 Minnd Mrs E. W.
movies of the
the Cancer Fund True to than by cutting stamps' for According to; Bill DeWltt C. Jones Funeral work: on projects spon- I ten years ago with Its primary GAl 1 u .f fVlt'I'! Tommy

form. Keystoncrs responded:! : the Clav Memorial Hospital "In all. of Sierra Leone there Home In charge of arrangements !: purpose being the ronstruct'on 'and Gr'' also) Mr and Mrs.C .

generously and it Is hoped Aiivllipry Throush the processing Isn't h prorery store us largeas I tcnd J $t. Johns River Jun- : of churches In arras II If' Id I '11 of Palatka.

that the Ronnie Harden- and sate of thosp Bill Scales' Store, nor a ior College and the Junto: of Florida where, the apparent Tlif A'\\"rt Sr;>ires'! guests! }'

bergh Lu Nelson Cancer used postage stamps, much department store as large asDucky's children in the colony arehealth College '.\ Lake City He !I'cUI'I'entJ.I" need was not beln :Mr. mill :Sirs l Uri. \hi Ilimry' InHjxTt beautifully linulHaipp lor a for days! wore, Charlie \\1

Research Fund! wiU make Its necessary equipment has : !" However. thir I /, which is fortunate, ',j with the U. S met. The group has built r l grounds. of I'lirk-of-the-l'iilms on Luke IlronMyii, wherenrs Kv.i: -. :Mrs, Lre Henry, and

mark In the fight against been bought for the hospital.The homes fuvnlshel by the since a trip to the doctor Is Armv at Fort Bennhngsawew churches so far at Satellite '1',1 II rll' ,tlrlrrn, Chili Spires!
retirement center U planned l .l.
this dread disease cutting must be cone almost Beach. North Palm Beach and Prttty Kulp. all of MI-
company: are mortem In I an Impossibility. |
W'jiKlnu with Mrs. Mur- correct'however:; so please! r Orlando, am Gainesville
every 1''IIpect1ncludlnq air Those who enjoyed the will Inrtiicie! a beauty parlor. i which Gospel rlone'r11
rhee co-chairmen of the call Mrs Welker Byron at They arc planning to build
as Mrs. Lewis ITardaTe spent
conditioning: except they evening at Newman's Included sundaes store and other services cnnUinic ut the park, u.s war
Keystone drive were Mrs. 473-4174 for full particulars oon at Tltusvllle, and are Interested a frw days recently! childrensitting -
have no telephones or television Miss Emma Kate Mansfield i Mr Harvey said. done under the former man-
Charlie MeOlave and Mrs FORMER: KEYMTONFRSRETURN Siprelle's house I is Mrs Camille Stewart, I in Winter Garden "RlKlit now we are putting agement. The regular two : rlth her (trnndchtl-
FOR A VISIT I l and Jupiter.In II
George Massa. "'ren while Rev and Mrs.
high on a mountain /side, so Mrs Gertrude Chrlstoffers. emphasl.i on the dining; room and a half month conferen.u!
WOMAN'S CLUBMEMORJAL Mr. and Mrs. William S-! addition to these projects Rob rt Wnddell attended a.
'It is cool and with a lovely Bill and Ellen Morgan and I which we hope to reopen a- will also: be held .sinrtlnii
.; : FUND prelle IBI11 and Maw I and !!, the Gospel Volunteers I ronfTfiicp( < In Indian River
view Their closest neighborsare George and Mary K. Schaeffer round July 1, Mr Harvey next January A Park-of-the-

'; This Spring two membPis their youngest daughter.Mary Charles and Ann Devlin operate Camp Horizon for "said, The attractive doing(\ / ,i Pulnv, Bible Church( will be City Ornnrldaiifhter Lynn
'r( of the Keystone Heights Jo boys and girls at Orange arcnmpiinli'd Mrs. Yardage'
and youngest; son. former Starkeltes. Among For further information room at Purk-of-the-Palms : established: by next fall: :loll'I
Woman's Club passed away Mike, were in town this past the 40 white families In theirvillage and for an evening or two of I Springs described as "a scats 120
without seeing( their dream weekend as well as Mrs Jo are also Leon and entertainment we urge you I vouth camp" with a Chrlslan Wfll-rqiilpped kitchen I comprises : HaTdfiKe:: and a few
of a new club house realized, Slprclle. Bill's mother They purpose. I friends' took Lynn" to the(
1 Sarah Gray also from to read Sue Spencer's BestSeller I Extensive Among: the existing facil- 50 acres of Inkefront property -
'4 They had both worked very came Irom various parts of Starkc' Other Floridians Include "African Creeks :I remodel'lng Is al- ities already at the park Is I on Lake DI'ooklyn1th movies in Ofiln"svllle to see

,; hard for that dream and the country and of th Bob and Sue Spencer! Have Been Up" which tells; I readv under' way at Park-of- an auditorium, with a Hea tIng 4.000 fret nf white sand "Mv Fnlr Ladv."

.,,1f since then many Keystonershave world. Bill and Mary have I former Kevstoners and Al of life In that part of Siena the-Halms biiiliiiurs and the first new capacity of 350 which Is beach! Present facilities In Mr.\ hnd Mrs. R V: Ford's

donated to either aRose I been all over Europe but for j and Jean Miller from FernanMna I Leone.. IItl'Uctinn111 scheduled for con- also being; renovated and< will II eluding real estate are sallied son. Deb has been home on

r Reynolds\ : Memorinl the most. part they have Marv says All nf the Anyone wishing to write to four be one containing be mod for Bible conferences. at around $500,000Mountains 1'av1'! HP report";] back toils
the the one-bedroom apartments she,' the US' Floyd B.
Stprelle's, drays.
I Ij
i MARY ANN srilAEFFER and: another with four Parks Destroyer, In San
Spencers or Devllns, may do of Crystal Lake and a charter irnnd.ick
so, Care of the Sherbro Minerals TO MAICRY HENRY guest suites. Mr. Harvpy said member of the club now lives will be. asHiiclated JlP'io'[ la-it R1ltll'rnv.Ml' .
to provide hanCive p.vl Mrs Younprnnd !
Private !\Mallba. Freetown whatever in l Keystone: lie is enjoying' / don Punly at I other
i type accommodations c'nld''Pn! !' nn-1 relaIves -
I Flcrra: Leone, Africa. And Mrs. Qoorge M visit of his daughter Mrs. VVooils. "11'''. Rued Is
Mary .and Bill will soon be Schaeffur of Keystone: are desired I : houses a- Lillian Seals, of Hamnumdton, of Newburgh, N Y.. and will totnlin" I IB left Tuesdayon !

j DIRECTORY returning to the< bush country Heights announce the en- rartmenK mobile homes guest suites, or N. J., and his alster-ln-law, stop oft there to visit relativ A trip to Europe for the
4 and this time their son gagement of their daughter they Mrs. Marlon RiiMling. of Palm es.TTTTTVTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT. -urnm.TS'ifllip
; hope to add craft rooms, an Cullf. and n"tsy Holden.
Mike Mill along. Springs:
come Mary Ann. to Ef'Sonny"
ORIENTAL CARD PARTY Infirmary and eventually even One of Mrs. Werner's neigh- \ hllct1! of Mr\ and Mrs.
:: MR<:ann. Jr., son: "
) APPLIANCES I :MOBILE IIO.MES: MOST ENJOYABLE a commercial center which bore) the former Mrs. Bertha ('iarenrn, Holrlen. won a sec
I of Mr. and !Mrs. Henry Ma- .
\ In the
The home of Mrs. John Jones, has sold her lovely MELROSEBy /)11pI" price talent
pan.i Jacksonville. The
T V Service Center Are planning topresent enlarge Blt'dtth all its! Oriental home and" moved<1 to a midwestern !1- show ln't Friday night at the
addyou wedding: will be at St. Wll-
KEYSTONEBEAUTY I or your Mobile NEWS NOTESBy state. Continued I On Next Pal/e: 1 1I
objects d'art, was the perfect
J. It. TIIIES. ProprietorAuthorized llam'M Church in Keystone
.J Home? If you are we may he Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Koons Sally RothhaminerAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4
setting for an Oriental card
Mot0101aPhllco Heights in
sometime August I
SHOP able to serve you. Call l us for / Helen Egan of Twin Lakes are en.tertaln-
Salts and Service I Information on Mobile Homes. party on Monday afternoon Miss Schaeffer graduatedfrom Ing Mr. and Mrs Harry HutchcHon -

I, Service On All !Makes Edith Johnitnn, Ovdner, of this week. Susan Bird and Keystone Heights High their daughter and'1 Duplicate' winners for two This man :
Elaine lovorn dressed In
TV RADIO STEREOTOtOR Awnings au- School -- a membT of that C'OMMl'NITV: : CII1TRCH husband, Mr. and Mrs. GeorgeKaka weeks; 1st place, Mrs. Jay

TV Personal Screen Itooins thfnlc Japanese kimonos first graduating class In 1963 Commencement exercises for I'lllnd/ their young Llvtn;uton, Mrs Bay: Starn-

Work Guaranteed-TV Rentals & Creative (''''''lion""", (made In Okinawa] helped and attended St. Johns Vacation Bible School wereheld daughters of Palmdnle, Calif es 2nd place, Mi's. Mary can help

Keystone Heights. 473-1631 HairStyling Other line Mohllo limn serve the refreshments. Assisting River Junior College She Is Sunday night/ In the educational Mrs HuU'heson Is Mrs. Koons'''', Coo: Mrs.; Val Olvens. 3rd

Individual (' a''s'rsnnrle, Mrs Bird in the kitchen currently employed( at Bar- building. The program sister, who she has not seenin I pines. Mrs.' II. T. Dent, !Mrs !
Beauty you
were Mrs. A. H. La- nett FIB. t National Bank In and handwork on display 23: years Mr and! Mrs. Jack W. J. Orollck. 4th place
Auto Sales & ServiceAuthorized Form Culture
Jvery of Beauty .
KeystoneAluminum KHSSC, Mrs. Eddie Rayn downtown Jark onvlJle, Mr were evidence of the fine Koons are /also visiting with Mrs. B, A. Allen. Mrs. J. W

Dealer For Open Tues.-Sat 0-3; Cabana and Mrs. E. M. Voyles.! All of Magann graduated from In- work done by Mrs. Barry VVy. ''their sm.ill daughter, from Foster. I 1ft place. Mrs Mary II need for complete insurance protection that U/ adapt-, yo

the Bridge players Cana,tJl glewood I High School in man, the director and her TalahasHee.
Chrysler Plymouth, Vallent Closed Monday Cook bliss Iva Hlllyer. 2n:: : able to changing protection,
Slmca International Harvester Sales players! and: Scrabble players Jacksoiivllle. and attended asslfltants. Axel Malmgren rand<1 Julius place Mrs. Ray/ Becker, needs That' what you get

Trucks. Snout 4-Wheel KeystoneHeight* 473-4WW I teemed to have a fine St. Johns River Junior College The various age groups followed /. Hanson are visiting Dr.) and Val Oivens. 3rd place, !Mrs'l 'In every Gulf Life policy with

Drive.Clayton I Rt. 21-3 miles South of Key time so we will say it wa He !is with the State' tho theme, "Travel with Mrs. Rlchiird/ Malmgren and C. W. Hardy Miss Sally Adapt-A-Plan. For example, t
t not unly a financial success/ Jesus to Bible Times" Ir, children, In Washington, D. C. a mortgage policy can be
"electrical: Sales & Service stone Heights, Florida! Phone Farm Insurance Co. in Jack- Mansfield.: 4th place. Mrs adapted to provide retirement
; but costal 1 as well! which various Bible characters Is Axel :Malm- I
a success Dr Malmgren
"'' Revels 47 -2111 An Authorized Ion villI!. FrancU Pyle, Miss Bi'sa. Income. Ask this friendly Gulf
.", "Brllalr rulrr" FIREMEN: HAVE PARTYOn !MARY .10 SIPREI.I.K: "came to life" In events i gren's; son, and Mrs. Malmjreii RuthI" ford. I Life Representative! about ItlIII !

Chrysler-Plymouth, feoman's Electrical Saturday evening the ENGAGED TO JAMES: HOWE portrayed In skits is Mr Hanson's laughter PERSONALS!

\, Keystone Heights Volunteer The exercises were culminated They are expected home
INC. Mr. and Mrs. William
Sales & Service NURSERY Mike Steuiirt/ son of Oev.
Firemen combined business; BipreUe!! of Jackllonvl11erttt3bu'zh with the presentation of just I in time to attend thelUHtponecl (.
and Mrs. AI Steuart has
"NOBODY UNDERSELLS I with pleasure at a "Stuffing"Party. certificates, and a gold star Fellowship Club covered -
and Moblmbl
O.C.Carnes Nursery been a shut-in for a few
CLAYTON REVELS" was affixed to those having dish luncheon.
During the early part
Frlgidalre Appliance
I Sierra Leone. Africa and .
days with the Mumps.W
1050 N. Orange perfect attendance. Mrs.. Wy- Friends to hour'
are happy
of the evening the firemen
J formally of Keystone! Heights L
Green Cove Springs 2M-RII!) Maytag WashersZenith I III wav '100. n..rahome23I and their: wives attended to man and. her staff aimed at that Mrs. Edward:< / Firth has fJ Beckhnm has returned -
StarkcNursery I announce the engagement of t home from the hos (
; SE of quality and It was clearly returned to her Keystone Lake : '
and Motorola TV I the business at hand nameI I their daughter: Mary Jo to noted during the exercises pIta!. We lire hnppy to have
SPRING MOTORS home, following eye surgery.
ly the "Stuffing", which I Is
, James Bowe. of Mr
1 son him bark with 'fI
I were served following She.. Is gaining nicely, and welcome -
Complete! Service Sc Parts ForVOIKSWAOEN Siegler! Heaters and, of Plants & Fruit putting literature and letters I Oertri.de Bowe of Toledo. / the program. visitors. The District Sl"tUpoII'et! !,

16A Mfllroflfl Trees choose from. Nice Into the envelopes for the I Ohio. The wedding: Is planned -
P O. Box PICNIC: H'NCIIKON Mrs. John Himble was' able ing of the Melrose Methodist
1 "If It's For A Volkswagen Shade Trees Evergreens annual membership drive.After f for June, 1967 in St. Members of the Senior CitIzens ti> attend Community Church I Church was Mr. andII'II!

We Have It." Phone 475-2371 Sc Landscape Plants. All the work cum the tun William's Church In Keystone Club of Starke. and Brad- services last Sunday, and llagKlund; Mrs Ro/.ler. Mrs I

Always Plenty of Good Used in containers -plant any- and the: food and the danc- I Heights.; | ford County were guests at "I j :seems well on the road to re Alb.'rt Schoencman Mrs ::Nil.I.I ., '... llX Jr.

Volkswagens In Stock (General Construction ''t1m? Camellias/ & azaleas. ing.! Dick Sunderland In Mt-i.-i, Sprelle! graduated: i picnic luncheon, and games'covery. Tlllmnn and Hev. Al RteunrtVurallnn I'linne 17.1-4310

, Let u. lo your landscaping, charge of the food, the preparation from Mary Mans College; i11 party at the Lake Geneva. '' Mr. and Mrs. Ken Reed Bible School at Ho GH5Ke.VHtone
, Green Cove Springs, 281-9209 For Expert: Home Repair, Uem"dellng -. the nerving, etc. llelghtt. f'Ul.
Toledo on May 31 of thl'lveal'
i home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe lofted their restaurant Lazy thr Eiium: / Baptist\ ChUl'I'hwill
and Construction. Phone 681-5605 \VFD1HNO BELLS I TO and Is Medical week ,, nCl'm/'ntl
I now a Werner on June. 14. ,ijiisiin and\' home last nu'd Comm
AUTO SERVICE CALL RING-AND RING I Technologist She will be Houston DrlHcoll, formerly ,rind, headed north to the Ad-

PACKAGE STORE MARGIE WEEKS TO I employed in a Toledo hos- I .1.1I .1I .1I .vwt
KING'S Keystone Home I MARRY BILLY CARNES: pital. Mr. Bowe will graduate : !

Service Station Repair & Improve- THE BLUE PINES Mr. E, W. Jackson of from Toledo! UniversityIn
Phoenix City Ala. announces th" Spring of 1967 r
: )
ment Service Package Store & the engigemcnt.' of hi HERE. : N'' THERE;

USED CARS AT COCKTAIL LOUNGE: \ niece Margie! Weeks to Bl'Iy MI.--S Carol Gardner. 11111'a s d a rA

BARGAIN. PRICES, Phone 475-2111 I i Cari'sIon( of Mr am Mrs dainhter' of Mr. and Mrs

ELECTRIC Rl. 31-9 Mile Month!' of Open! 9 AM.12 P. M. Excep'' I Carl Carnes: of K 'yston." Qulncry Gardner graduated: !

ACETYLENEWELDING Keystone Heights Sunday HelthU. The'ed<:lln Is on May 31 from Ridloloale.a1
f Dance Every Saturday Night planned for July 9, In Columbia Technology School at BethAny -
of Connie and I i
Music Oa.Ms : .
Hospital in Kansas City.
MELROSE 475-ZISI Home !Service,
A Complete The Fireballs
Weeks attended high
Kansas She will be working
MILKS! : EAST OF school In Phoenix City, And at Memorial! Hospital, in

MELROSEAuto CARPENTRYRoofing KEYSTONE HFIOHTS; Is now enrolled In a businesscollege Kansan: City Mo. Following

Service there. Mr. Carnes her graduation. Ca'ol came

REAL ESTATERichard graduated from Keyston home for a visit with her
Concrete. Mutonry.Painting. High School Iwlth the first
J Prop. : l Barents on East Lakevlew I
Former Owner I1Je..L. Motors Plumbing. Electrical luIJ.OT graduating class.. )I. and at- Drive arriving June 4. anl I ;
and Servicesavailable. )
Drafting 500T..rmll
Lake Geneva S
JIacclennyMCLROSR I leaving; again on June IS.!
LAke Brooklyn: S3.>00 (Terms) '
I On Sunday June 19 Mr.
Trailer Lot. $V)0 up (Terms) KEYSTONE and Mrs. Carl Carne entertained L
Our Plumbing Department !I. APPRISAL:MORTOAOE BROKER"SKRVICEAnclate, : Drive-In Theatre II III : with a Cookout at On Passbook Savings Accounts a -

USED CARS operating' around the clock .: I their Lnke Brooklyn home

with 24 hour .service! available Mrs. M. Ilgen.' 473-4814 I I FrI.. Sat.-June 21, 25: for thj purpose of Introducing FEDDE
Hanks Used Cars for local residents Our work Capt. R. Lovorn 473-4132:) !Miss! Margie Weeks -of

la First Quality and our service INSIDE Phoenix City. Ala.. who
is the best. We serve Mobile came with Cirnes' son Billy I

T E R SI I S homes. I KEYSTONE HEIGHTS I DAISY CLOVER for the. weekenl.: Blllv Is stationed 41/2/ Per Cent FLEXHERMETIC WHOLE-HOUSE

BUY SELLTRADE : Phone 473-4816 at Fort Benning, Ga

Rt. 1 Box 90 YOU --- I Natalie Wood and he and Miss Weeks are AiR CONDlTBONSiM I
IF WISHMannnry I
Hwy. 10011I: S. Stark RESTAURANTSComplete engaged! to marry.
General 1.Repairs I or Carpentry repaint! Leslie Nathan of St On Certificates of Iepn..itHeld costs less
Mrs. fast
Sun. Mon Tues.! in
Remodeling or Addition; a goes .
New ic Used Parts Beidler's HolidayRestaurant) I Anne Bay, Jamacla. and also! For One Year. i
Cottage, or a Garage; a Porch I June 26. 27 28
Standard Oil Product : of England! returned home.
or Patio' ; a Carport or Florida FOR FREE ESTIMATES: CALL
Room; a Driveway, FIREBALL 500 on Sunday after a visit with
sld..walk.\\ Under Yew Ownf'.bl'Used her friend Marilyn Bridges
WE HAVE GOOD or !!Stairway; Cabinet,
Cars and Trucks vies; Paneling or other fine:, OIL, PAREDES Frankie Avalon on Lake Geneva, During her

At Saving Prices I interior' trim work; Window.1 Fine\ Food Moderately. ?rleOPJmf .. I I stay, Mrs. Nathan and Miss KEYSTONE STATE BANKMember Redfearn Appliances

'e'll Get It For Yon ''or Doors er a well-built New 7 DAYS WEEKLY Bridge took a Jaunt to Birmingham -
i Dinner tmifhe Wed., Thur.-June 29, 30
We Can Serve Yea.1b11 I for a visit with
If We Don't Have It Home- Itallan Foods F.D.I.C. Keystone Heights, Fla.
Ala Carto- Miss Bridges': twin sister 17.1-4232: ;

Vernon Buff Garage design and drafting I PIZZA BEER PIES NAKED PREY Mrs.!! Hill Brannon. Jr. "Your Friendly Bank In Your Friendly)

MM. Glen Morris of Roswell IIEKJIITS. FLA.THE 1.I .
Ilwy. 100 Keystone lift. assistance available at no 1 Block North of Red l Light Cornel Wilde Community." KEYSTONE :
Oa. I U at the
471- 4570 charge to our customers. KEYSTONT5 I
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. FoVn11'FJIl'; lift" ,,',ucn fOITNTY: TI'r.Jnn.\I''u'r.\lUuJ; ,: FLOKID imm.SIY. JUNK! :S3!:J, 1'Jlifl;

I School, v ill inks additional ] Ing", recently and caught a I Elzy Cemetery At. WJ" hlnli- '.?yy1vvvy.vvvvvvy,., ((lnv lIle, Mi" A"iilnr Is Mrs has :.ii !guests Sunday Mr '

KEYSTONE work in guidance Mean- [ fine mess of bass. ton Springs. I Cartel":s sister I and Mrs. Hal Gordon and I Keith Onlfls and family of uwnelli "'.

while husband Maity will The following Boy Scouts The Jim Gills Sr had LAWTEY' : BOil and Miand, Mrs. NorrisGordon Macclenny: MI'. and Mrs. Joe A )U,,,'t"d liKlfi 1 Ihlf.at,HHI"Starki'' ,lit,)' Bradford of May,

HILITES continue his work at the from Troop 109 of Melrose their pleasant weekend very '.YYTY..YTYYYTT.T of Palatka.Mr Fair and:! son of Gainesville County Fliirklii..
University of Fbi Ida. left for a week at Summer and Mrs. Cecil Wilson and Mr. and Mrs. Harlis 6'* 4t 6/23
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Shu- Camp Echockotee: Lloyd and:! unplra-ianlly brought to a IS,. Luza,; H'anvhsrlsA4AAAAAAA&4AAAAAa. RAIFORD and Gena were Sunday Ellington and children Pnu-

i From preceding Page) bcr of Clover Lane have returned Brent Baldwin. John Cham- chose; on Saturday morning; luncheon! guests or Mr and lette and Ricky of Lake Butler TilE RIGHT POINT for the

from a trip to Schen- blee, Billy Schoeneman. Rick In a telephone message from Mrs Monroe Killer. WRY you vrlle. Come in and
BUI] Few home on East La ke- ectady. New York where Wheeloi. Chuck Orms JY. MI's. Oill's sister in Jacksonville Cnt'R'UCTIVITIES i Ilv. nirs. Tail I DobbsI'hnnc Mrs. Earl:: Dobbs and Mrs. New Rlv-r Methodist\ Mi-lwt, your favorite ESTER-

view Dilve. Mrs. Morris la they attended the weddingof Gary McClure Jim Martin. It became my job to Grime Methodist: Sunday' 4983601AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Marty Clemons and children Church held Bnpti mal serv- BROOK fountain pen. TELE-

Mrs Few's mother. Mrs. their daughter, Mary Do- and Bruce Burbank. Ciaude Inform thtse! folks thit' their School, 9:45: ; Woishlp 11 visited Mr. and Mrs. Howard ice Saturday afternocn for GR.\PII.
Lyda Few. of Helena Ark., lores fechuber to Mr Stephen Martl.i m. and 8 p. m.; Prater Ciretc. a'I' Mr and Mrs Jerry Lord!
and Art Wheeler accompanied I lovely :home there was afire. Register and family in La'! 1..' also a guest at the Few Alexander Watts Jr. The the Scouts The fb'm'n 1:i were In attenJ- Monday 9 a. m; :\ and: chil-ien! : of :Marlngoviin< City Tuesday afternoon. I :Miss Audrey Phndl Donald:

Home She is Mr. Few'smother ceremony took place in Our DuvU and Maude MIl's' ancp uiicn I delivered the Wednesday 8 p. m. 1 La. arrl.ed early last week While there they also visited Rosier old. Miss Dean An- Thompson Sheet

Lady,:! of Fatima Church In I baby Is getting along just message: The senior Gills First Baptist: Sunday 1 for 1'blt with their families John F. F eeman In Ihe V. derson at Bowling Lake.

M'' Oeorge M. Schaeffer Schenectady on Saturday.I fine He is only seven weeks the Junior: ( ail's. h't' and School, 10 a, m.; WOI'l>hlp. 11 1 :Mrs Cassii. Alvarez and A. Hospital Mr. en : Mis Dennis Ptmh/ Metal Works

11110 .laughter, Martha wen June 18. The marriage wasperfcrmt"CI old and has alieady cut. two\ I Diane. end Joann's sitter, a. m and 8 p. m.; Training I family find :Mr and Mrs Mr& Betty Jean Alvarez I nnd son of Ft Worth Texa WeMeatlnsr
)lun.<" 'leou guests of Mrs. by Father Thomas' I teeth. 1 Union 7 p. m.. Midweek I Walter Altman. and their Sp..ltrlIL" -
the Anderson( family! from ; and:! son Joel and Mrs. La- are vl.,illnn M.-: a'ld1rs:
Thomas Elmore In Qalnes-' Barrett and was followed bya Carol and Glenda Cham- Illinois! I were down to enjoy servIces! Wednesday 8 p. m. I grandmother' Mrs. Nolle vnd.x Polhlll! and son Luther I Ruffm OrlffU and family. & Air Con-
Mlle, (' latt Friday. Mrs. Elmoie reception for 150 guests at blee Church of God: Sunday Cason.
evening left
spent Sunday a lorn weekend here. We got eailv Friday am. for a Mr and Mrs
I !!
u a *lormer Keystoner.NineyearOld of the Offlceis Club at Schen- vi itlnjf with their cousins. 10 ta'k with Jim. Jr. on Sun- School, 10 a. m.; Worshl., Mr and:! MI's. Lord, having. visit with the J, L. Quinbysof love and sons of Larry Houston. ditioning Systems
guest ectady Army Depot. Peggy Linda 11 a. m and. 7:30: p. m; won a lour day vacation t
Teena. and:! day afternOon as they were Aiken.: S. C. to: attenj th' Texas ale viMtmg relatives Installation & Service
May) )* and Mrs. Al Nelson! is Mrs. J. C. Musgrove. Jr. of Roth'anmmer.VVVyVVVVVVVVVVyVVI} eturniiiK home and: they YPE Wednesday, 7:30: ;p.: m.I Miami Sea Island Hotel wedding of :Miss Georgia here this week !

theli i'reat-nlece little Miss Panama City was visiting had txU-phonPd the senlir I Prayer Meeting F.tday 7:30: 1 left the children here and QuinbY. They returned! Tu's- All 'f'pesIetal: Work

Audiei Wright from Pough- her Barents Mr. and Mrs Gills to find the fire had : p. m. went on: to M'ami. Mis day bringing Mrs Euler Saturday uu"s's of Mr\
Ke$ >pslt., N. Y. She is the and Mi\ '*. M M Grlffis were 961- 1021 !961-8641)
Frank Jones for about four been (caused by a shoit In an i :Highland Baptist: Sunday :Martha: Alvarez returned i with them.
unu.'iiter; of Mr. and Mrs. last. week. Mus- School 9:45 Worship with them for Mr. end Mrs Calvin Tlioin-!
days Mrs INDIAN BEACHLake i electric hot witer: heater I : a. m.; an extended Ml.Joan Gordon Is visiting -
Bill Wiluht of Greensboro, grove Is the former Maxine Luckllv. the damage was not 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. m., visit. relatives! in Palatka this ton of Palatka and Mr and I-

N C Bill being the Nel- Jones. Hvr husband has beenIn as It could have Prayer meeting Wednesday. Mr :and Mrs Freddie Klt- :Mrs\ Ace! Richardson of It

on's nephew. Mr. and Mrs. the Philippines since January { Santa Fe) as been g/eat under the circumstances 7:30: \P. m. Choir Practice 1 ler and:! cnlldien of lake City week.Mr.. find Mrs" Earl Dobbs Jacksonville. I0'1'14'11 t ARE TERMITES

Wriitht are this month tour- and Maxine is hopingto Mr. Ja<.!K!; F. IVlllIrr Sr. Saturday 7:30: p. m. visited Mr. and Mrs. Cecil had as luncheon guests We'1nesdny 1- DESTROYING

I in)' I.ebannon. Arabia, and get a visa soon to join 44..444.444.4444... W? die pleased to note Wilson Saturday:! afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Don \ l)|. I IMKMIIO': ; '10
The Buncc family report ici.t.iii' I. it riiinioisMt,
Jerusalem. On July 1. the him. On her that M L. Turner and George Our deepest! ; YOUR HOME?
Sunday parents all Is quiet on their end of sympathy to Newman and children of :\itlro; I IM I h"ri'l l.v' "1\ "I,, ill i iihi '
Nelsons. will take Audrey to took her to Live Oak for a This week has surely: left Vitet; are at home again the Monroe Kltler family Stark Mrs Gerald Griffl- I tr1I.'sIn.,1, '. uml. I i I' tl
Qieensboro to rejoin her visit with her husband's par- nothing lacking seems like the lakeside. Thelma is drlv- after a lew days in hospitalsMr. and E.'nest Carlton on the and children: Debbie and ',r.,\'pun| ", of ('h.ITI,' 'i i ;"! ''t-, FREE
t imllvRhett lots of dramatic things have ng thi: school bus that takes I.''\\'H of PI. r da' .\< 'tn "I,' ? "I'lll
: ents before going on back to Turner in Tallahassee death of their Rev INSPECTION
all the students of the Key- unc'e :Mike anti Mrs. Mary Freeman \\' rfitlm, ,r vlih' tin (r-luk nf
S. I IButrh"! Fox. Panama City where she happened.;:; Last TTuisday and Mr. Estes In Jackson- Ressle R. Carlton. who pass- 'he l jl In. lift "'"urt. 'in ."iiiI, f ,
ion)) of Mr. and Mrs Everett works for Civil Service. we had one of the worse stone Heights area to sum- ville. ed away at his home in Fairbanks Mr andh's., : Theodore I Uriiiirn-i. 4*""ii t"', Io"I"rl.. i n| '"i iliriinf
is Pro, in the U mer school in Green Cove I of 111".11." i itl I f. -i ,.r Hi
stoims take
Fox, now a come place
of this up. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Gaskins .
OnVednl'sday early SUndAY
: .
morning Rosier! had as Bursts Saturday i"t"i i ,thi' ntlli"I t i 'IIM" n ,m 1stcntoi
S Army havlnff! recently acquired "week Mrs Frank Jones entered and be: over with all in the Spt ina-i, and MI's. O. J. Phillips were / May Ood comfoit eachof :Mr and Mrs. Jack kKV,; : .... .roM I.: .M.rviiM: \i i i'.\
that rank Butch'- A'' chua County Gen- period of less than an hour The Red Neals got to talk visiting Mr. and Mrs. Leslie yoU in your sorrow. Cason of Jacksonville!] and I HAN N.\I.i.5.:" I t'.t'! ...\ I I.ICcsti.ni II I.:
current address I is! : Pfc We have lived here and had about. the road situation I I II. lulit I > "IIn
( pial Ho pital in Gainesville : Phillips in Jacks-mvllle: Sun- Ernest Freeman of Jacksonvl'le Mr. and Mrs Co U' Addison Iii! ,,. I I. .\il.ni,' ,,,... >I' i UN *. :539 E. Call 961-3965
Rhett S. Fox. RA 14925572 where che! expects to under70 :! nine years of storm seasons: when thev were In Starke to '! vl-sited: Mrs. Earl: and son of Gainesville. 1{.-.v'i', .ni- I H I. IKllI-" J." i I

77th HEM Company. APO surgery/ one day next but noncan\ compare with redistil- their boat this past day.Mr.. end Mrs. Virgil Orlf- Dobbs Friday aftl'rnoon.I I M.and :Mrs\ Fred Hare I

New York, 09164. We will be the fury' of this one. This week land let this serve a-. fis of Raiford and Mr. and Mrs Inez Addison and son of the State Farm wer'

happy to print any eddies: weekMrs' Daisy r"Granny"l lake turned into an ocean a reminder you only haveto Mrs. Malnes Giiffls of Pa- Ernest visited Mr and Mis Tuesday night\ supper guests I

of any service man If you MnnsfieH Is quite a celebrity and if IOU doubt my word. June 30th to follow suitti I J latka were Sunday supper Alfred Addison and family of Mr and Mrs. Monro- DeWitt C. Jones Funeral
would care to give it to us. these days.: \ since a portrr.lt. ask my Robbins neighbors. It Is hoped that the survey- quests of Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson In Alathua Sunday. Kitler. Home

In a recent issue, we heaped of her entitled "Granny". Their company. Margaret' !nR I is due to start soon-an Mrs Daisy Boch and :Mr[ and Mis John Ross MI'. and :Mrs Livern Wah- S'I'AuIcI-I1ioNE:
9G 1.2600
f praise on Tommy Prevost sistei.; Mis Mary Poland he. it can't be done too soon I
painted by her neighbor Dot Lynn. and (children. Sandra and:! len of Jark! onvllle ate visiting -
for his line supply of fish Newman. I is touring the friend. Mrs. Janet Knight you h.ivp driven over on Mr and Mrs. Charles Shu- Johnnli-! attended the Dob- Mi-i Vaner Rosir" in I KEYSTOM I] IIEHrITS-PlO; ; 473-3176
for the Lion's Fish Fry. We and their chlHien "wash board" roads. I
SouthPiutt United States with seven ford have returned from a son Rr union at Mount Zion son I
said that he cauzht: over 100 I the Florida Federated Artists (between them] came down We me so proud to have! vl.ltIll! \ 1 their son-in-law Church :Sunday Mi and Mrs Mallle :

pounds of bass from Lake ,: Show. from Jacksonville for a picnic our Mis. II T. Smith back ind daughter Mr. and Mrs. Mrs lois, Ethel Euler and had A' SundRY Grlifis Rental Services

Santa Fe for the event But Mrs L. C. Stripling:: anri that day and quite a reception :in the lake front with us Thaiu In Cullen Va. motlier-ln-law: are visttlntr Mr and Mrs Rae Rod'I"quests>

while we were applauding his' Mrs. Al Bachmann recently they got. :Margaret's She has been up on her Mr. and Mrs. H M. Man- 'Mrs!! Fi-l'"'s sister. Mrs Gertrude and children Mi s Noa''! HOSPITAL) IJEDS WHEEL CHAIRS
ability as a fisherman we attended a Short, Coir-se in father's boat bro'te loose Opor, ?ia farm. but has fin- ning of Hampton: called on Hart. Crawford '
and daughter
may have been unwittingly Oardenlna at the University durin i nil\ this. and It took ally otten cau\!ht up so !she :Mr and Mrs. M. L. Turner ,. .... '... .... ,.. ... .. Jnrksoivlllf st..i! AT\ 'c o) CRUTCHES
Invitl'i* an investigation by .,f Floilda which lasted some mighty strong boy "oud return t.., fie lake: He Sunday afternoon. )
..... -
the name! warden. Truly he nnd a prod neUhbir like D : and Mrs : .- __.L .=,-.,. -=--- --
three ::'nv*<. Thev were sent 'Anflq:>n. Mr M.', and Mrs!! Patch ::=: ;=- =_ ___
cauiht that many fish, "))y the. Garden Club of th" W C-ti-penter/! to get it in tow Keith: ( Cheshire of Alachu Jacobs of mlnesvllle!! anther

BUT over a period of time'' t"kc>s. of whl h Mrs. Strii- again The Robfoirs wonde had supper, with her on parents.!! Mr and Mr

He never exceeded his! legal ling will be president for If then company will dve! t" Tuesday nlsht. Raymond W. Bryan were: In AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY
limit, So Tommy if your\ th"l come osnln! after such an
coming/ year. find \ !! Hiss' Evelyn r"bs"> her Tifton, (ta. Sunday where.
face was red. we apologize: Blchmnnn will bo vice pi evident l- experience as! this mother and seve-al! Jacksonllle they en loved the annua 'LWe.e .
Mary Ann Schaeffer was II On Sunday, in honor of
and program chairman. friends have been en- Fathers Day reunion with
home trom Jacksonville for Fathei, Day. :\11'. and Mrs
short ration at
toying a
Mr Brvan's father Mr C Air !

the her weekend.her "Intended.bringing" Sonny with Bobby from Strickland Jacksonville came down her attractive! lake horn Bryan and Mrs\ Brvnn, A I Conditioning-Heating _Beauty________ _Academy___________ __________ i_t.flIES_ _' __ _.__!_':__WEAR______ ____________ I_Office________Equipment______ ____________ ____
\ to visi The" have not had:! the bps good number of relative' RUSS I
also of Jacksonville Ale/rose/ POWELL'SBeauty
Magatir v 1th hU father. William
"1I hln link In the world due
> :( : were there for the) occasion C her '
A number of r v s Hancock Office
Keystoners Strickland who makes hi tn the uns"ttld i wenthpTVIPV Authorized Alrtcmp Academy
attendej: the Open House at I home with his St. Edwaid's Church on : lotte. N. C. spent Wednesday p I Learn a Profession In Your EQUIPMENTSmithCoiona( :
: [From Preceding Face I Margaret Robbins and he inch claimed! one of them to SHEET METALIteslclrntal Address For Ladles
Sunday afternoon. Father Ed- family to Saturr'ay' of last Meek 'ommerclal I Spare Time. Full or Part Time I
"P :
Annual Newberry V/ater- the largest' sppcklcd perch with his parents. Mr and!I fSst'ITS'O.TS: : Authorized
of StEdward's
ward Kirby. pnitor :nelon Festival. Dick and Fiances 1I11Ilarc'have they had ever seen I fear Mrs. J. H Eunice and hUnrancTnother. Industrial I I>.\Y & KVKNINO: CLASSES! : I Dealer
pailsh was celebrating been up to QuitmanGa. hey spend th rest of Salrlnsbll.&UonService \TEKNITY; WEAR Clary Victor Totalla.
five in the Flowers were placed in the may M'-s' Selm! Low Tuition Terms I -
years Baptist Church recently in Frances's mother Mrs their time here filling: In a Eunice. 2702 NE 19th Dl, I 219 N.W. 10th Ave.Oalnetvllle ACCESSORIES : Adding Machine, Calculator
Priesthood. having been ordained T. A. S\veat
came home with I
hole In Gainesville
their lawn that I dug! 372-0714 SALESSERVICE- REOTAL6:
honor of R. M Cason's 91st
Father's in Mr and 1 Mrs Jim Burtor 378-27B6 .
on Day them and her Mrs
sist-r. _
blrthdnv whf'fI stuck our car to thrills 7 W University 1: TIME: Discuss your
1961. Food furnished by The flowers were of Jacksonville., M" and Mrs
was :Minnie Mae .Vetmore of .
the St Edward's Altar Soc- brought/ to their home Sunday Vero Beach joined them m I went to deliver a Horaie Cox of Waldo Mr I! CHAIN SAWS I oalnP..IIVIII"j'S.\\ with us first.
telephone message. :MOKILE: HOMES N Main St. Gainesville
iety Despite the cloudburst afternoon.Mr. here. On Wednesday. Mrs and Mr. Paul Dinkins Jr: AUTO SALES&SERVICE!': I
which and Mrs. R. M. Cason The Jams! Klnchen family Aufi'stinp _ _ _I Phone 37S-S3S1
surrounded the Recreation nnd David of St
Sweat and Mrs. Wetmore
returned -
are spdiiiiinR! their vacation A. & J. Saw _ _
Hall with 6 inches of have lved: in Melrose for to Vero Beach. Or and Mr and Mrs. Charles JEEP I MUSTANG

water a fine time was had manv years Guests in their Tuesduy evening the Ralph down here at their cottage: I Dlnklm of Starke, were" Family of 4 Wheel Diive & Mower Co. AIMT & GLASS
by all.) There was group singIng ''ovely home on June 14. Mr. Royst-eis and four childrenof ,As youns !son Jimmy puts it. father's day dinn"r meats!! of r Joe { Mobile Homes, Inc.
led by Father Kirby anda Cason'., birthday included a Interlachen dropped by ta they are putting the house Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Dlnklns' RAMBLERFinest: I r Anderson Mgr.
on to the addition Liddell Paint &
few solos sung by Mrs friend from Pulatka. Harry visit the Hllllard grandpar: ;: they have Miss Rachel Boyer 01 r Amerlca'd Economy Car Horn elite Chain Saws Gainesville's Discount ;MobileI

Elva Scott Mrs Patty Kay Bailey:, : daughters. Mrs. Eva- ents. fie greatgrandmo'-her:' already He has had:! for some time. Jacksonville! spent a few 7 S.LES'in SLKMCt:: : SALES & SERV1CKRepul !: I Hume Sales! Lot. Glass Co.

Ten-all!! and Father Kirby lyn Thl pen of Palatka. Mrs. Sweat bnd the great aunt caught his second lays last week with her' I Volume purchases for our en- !
with Mrs. Janet Lamn at the Pearl Harris of Welnka large bass here re-ently. too : s & Parts All Makes the chain .
: WetmoieWhlJe "hrotlip.-ir-! : w4 < ''spr Ridgway Motor Co. guarantees savings I KYAM/C:! PAINTSGlassMirrorfrSlidliiff
piano. Six year:\ old Robin ranclch'.dlren. Marilyn Wed- most folks celebrated For thi; week- It Is betterto Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Moore I GIC.'U.TU.CTOR I, of many hundreds of ciollaion -- : : Door-

Chism surprised everyone die Shawn \Veddle Mrs E E. Father's Day last Sunday use time than to kill It- "nd vi i nl with them to Tam- SALES & SERVICE | the quality home of )'OUI' I Tub Enclosures-Shower Iloort.
1132 Main
especially his mother by Eitev and children: Ted, Da- Mrs Jo Strandbeig le- so long for now- oa where they lolned! the S. 2022 N E. Blvd. GainesvillePhone :i choice! -\\'imloMiiAwnlngCitrpctallpaperStorefront, -

singing song about his dog. vid. Tf-ile and Debbie ports tnit she spent the day oth"r members of the family Gainesville. 37 -8133 I 372-3588 I! 4870! N.W. 13th St. 411 North : \\

During the evening, Mrs. Mr.. f' E. Est y Is vls'tln'i, '! '! celebrating a v ry. very hap 'It f\:\tiler'!! dav dinner for Just Off Waldo Road Gainesville 378-1316 Consultation.

Ann Stcffanelli presented :Mrs. T E Estev of Crescent py 75 bIrthday. Her daughter -I :Mrs Moore's and Miss Boyr' B & G Motors Co. I I I I
Father Kirby with a cake City :sod Mrs C. L Harris of Mrs Sam But'er. Jr orOrmond I.l father Rev. E D Biyer I i CONCRETE 1'RODUC Molorcvcleo-Srooter t I t I ItO NW Sixteenth St.
bearing five candles for hU Welaxa while her husband CADILLACOLDSMOBILESALES ; I GAINESVILLE 372-8191
Beach came on Sat- tt the. home of Mr and IStreit's'
five years In the Priesthood. Lt. Col E E Estey, is in urday. I spent the night and Baptist Mrs\ Cecil Wade, another & SERVICE INSIST THAT ALL YOUR i Bicycle I Shop

Mrs Helen R..mas and her Guam for six months. attended church with her First BaptlAt, Rev. J. D .on-ln-la\v and daughter Fine Selection of Used Cars CONCRETE:! : PRODUCTS I HONDMOTORCYCLES: : ''PT SERVICEIRENE'S

small daughter Michelle have Mr i !nd Mrs. Glynn Roth- mothei After church th-v Bowen, pastor; Ralph Co:?;" Miss Rppnev Moo-p\ who had Taken On Cadillac: Trades ARE THE BEST FROM Cu"hm.&n'espa: Scooter

gone to Omaha. Nebraska hammer attended a cookoutat were Joined by son Charles land orgranLst been ,I.Hiner the J. B Bover, 2001) N.W. 13th. lit. Iii Edward's Building Ducatl-BSA
for the summer. to visit with the Earlton Beach homeof LouIse! and Paulett101'/! Worship services : Sunday family for the nast tpn days PIIOM; 37t>-5i3
Helen's. parents Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Don Blltch lunch and In the afteinoon. 11 a. m.. 7:30: p. m. [tnwserjopenl. 3 vpfnrned home with her Supply, Inc. I 1\Joto'cycles-5ales SCHWINN; & Service Poodle Salon

Mrs. C. E. Peabody While Their son Eddie and friends. they all carried flowers over Wednesday. 7:30: p. m parents. I Locksmith: BICYCLES POODlE GROOMING:

there. Helen, who is a gui- Chester:! Wesley and Francis to place on the !grave of the Sunday School 9:45: a. m M--. and Mrs. Robert Rosier -'Pinna Performance 726 \laln-372-4811: J & Safe Work A SPECIALTY

dance counsellor at Keystone Cox of Gainesville went fish- i late Charlie Stiandberu in, I nursery open]J. Training Union and family of Jacksonville SAABSALES OS.TNESVILLE. FLA I 818 Gainesville W. 'University 376-7761 Ave. Grooming and Supplies For

6:30: p. m. [ ] Mr. All
nursery open and and M-s: James Breeds

/ -CatholicSt. R-vsler: spent Sunday visit- ANT) SEUVICE ..;1.ECTHICITOH: ( I :MOTORCYCLES Toy Stud Service-

: I ing Mr Rosier's sl\ tt'rs.Irs.: Puppies For Sale)

r4YOUNG HOI! Williams. -Fr. Edward AKirby. D. E. Long. and! Mrs. Sophia CLEAN USED CARS ELECTRIC THE 1124
priest in charge. Mrs. N.W. 6th Street
Starling and A. DStok"s .
a brother' SHOP
E A. Lamm organist. In Ocala 1031 S. Main Gainesville Motor Repair Co.CYCLE Gainesville 372nnooSIONS

"' SundaY-Mass, 7:30: a. m.I Of flirineftv! '111*, Inc.
., Mr. and Mrs\ Fl"\vd F fch Phone 378-2136 NORTON BULTACO
I Monday :
: Inquiry Class, 7
F I visited in Gainesville Sunday I DUCATI BRIDGESTONE!: _ _ _
: GcrcH: E'IRON" p. m. !Novena; and Benediction. RepairingRewindingNewandUsed<

__ _. :: : I 7:30: p m. : last afternoon.week the The Futchcs first part vlsitel of Pontiac I MOIJROYCLESVILLIAMS'

-'nterdemonlnatlonalCommunity his Tropical WORK GCARANTEED Neon
aunts Mrs. Paul Smith Complete Service &: Part Signs, Inc.

Church Dr and Mr Smith and Mrs. Inc. 1030 S. :Main: Gainesville New & Used machines in stock
A. C. Hott. minister; Mrs\. Beulrth Revels in Palatka. Easy Financing Terms "!s;IK1I t'p With William.
Phone 372-8318
School), 1//::30 a. m On Thursday evening of
Morning Worship. 11 I PONTIAC FARM EQUIPMENT(! : 321 N.W. 8th Ave. Sales--Servlce--Malntenanoe
k. m last week
a shower was givenin I
I 220 NW 8th Ave. Gainesville -Alterations
I Nursery Gainesville 378-3660
both ,
open hours] honor of Miss Gloria
372-2583 i Designs *
I II or Ours
1 -Epl con.l Stariii.e, bride elect, at the I Santa Fe Tractor, :MOVERS
<-"' Lawt I 2720 N.E.!:
St Aime's yVharf.. Hostesseswere Way
Rev. W.v CRANE Inc.
WorataU. vicar; R. O Mrs. Freddie Stephen I Long Distance Gainesville
Copeland I Moving
organist and Mrs. WeJon! IB B.I 1 COIIERCt"RY" : I FORD I Local Drayage Days 372-600 Nltea 376-59
Authorized Sales A
Starling The party room was Service
Morning Prayer and Ser Storage Packing. Crating TILES
mon 2nd and 4th Sundays brightened with arranae-1 i I' 906 E. University Gainesville Farm Tractors. & Implements _&_PAINT_ _ _
9:30: a. m. [Inurvry ments of seasonal flowers at Phone 372-4251 I Ford Industrial :Machinery: Shipping FLINTKOTE
Eucharist! and sermon vantaia enjoyed! points. Every one I I I Crane's Imports LANDROVKR 4 Wheel Drive FREE ESTIMATES CALL.HILL'S Vinjl-Vlnjl Anbeittoii.

1st and 3rd Sundays, 9:30: A I games with prizes!i) Volvo (Mercedes-Benz) I SALES PARTS SERVICE Floor Finishing Products
award the winners The I
nursery open] Chur:l. FIAT.HILLMA.NI Dl-RALITK: PAINT-
School 9:30: A. ?.[. "Hidy Euchailat I !tlftsI' re presented to the I 4488 N.W. Sixth Gainesville GYM FINISHTenney
Sam. each Sunday. I honoree piled on a table centered 2201 N. Main Gainesville & Storage, I Inc.
with a tall floral ar- Phone 372-4373 Phone 3762543'GARDEN Tile & Paint
Evening Prayer. 7:30: P. :M : 3510 N.E. WaJdo Rd. '
each Sunday. EYC 6.?', P. M rangpnient. Refreshments _ _ _ I f Gainesville 3 2.4271 'I 2222 N.W. 6th St.Galmuville .
each Sunday. were s"rved by the hostesses. ; : SUPPLIES _ _ 378-1302
I _ _ _
Dally! offices of Mornlns About 38 were Invited to this ATTTORAT.VAr.K! :.AIUSIC TRAVEL
pleasant affair.
and Evenlnz Prayer, 8:00: A Johnson & Paris Inc.
1\[. and 3:00: p. 11.Pnsbvterl. Mr. and Mrs L. M\ Mc- Paul's Auto Salvage' LIPHAM MUSIC I i House of Travel
Clellan and grandson Randal..
tvron0aiolln put that Yovng-Ho spirit In your carl .." I Complete' ) Line of C'
I Co. I Inc.
Reddish I
: were visiting Mr. .
We Buy Wrecked Cars At
Bccaus, any tlm you want to take off, Chevron's with you STA N DA R D | Faith Presbyterian Church! and Mis. J. E. LJngerfelt In ;, I !lEF.DS-PLA.vrS- AIRLINES!

-all th* wayl Get Chvron, at th. Standard Oil sign. L i A"h i L -Rev J R Neale Ji min Middleburg Sunday afternoon TOP PRICES FERTILIZERS; VAL LIPHAM STEAMSHIP!

ister: Mri W A. Wallace, or All .Makes & :ModrU' I In.fclk-ldM-Prt Suppma R. RI t
miimlilil CHEVRON ..d CHEVRON CCSI3N* ganist; Mrs. Carl Swisher t'sd Parts PI\NOS ORcLNS.IRL'MS;: Hotrlil! car Rentals; !
Mr and Mrs Oscar Carter I 'We Rent fertilizer Spreaders' Guitars and Amplifier
summer organist. vl.olted1; \ rs, Carter's nice Teletypa Service-We Will 224 NW. 8th Ave. ,! SHEET MUSIC WetluUys 1:30: to 6:00:
Sunday School. 9.
K. G. DUNCAN, AGENT Morning Worship, 11 1 a m. Larry Mattox and their son Gainesville 376-4312 I 1'110371041': ; Gainesville. !Shopping Center I 3415 W University Av.

:Sunday (Nursery open both In Orange Park Sunday I 411 N. Past Stock Yard I Oa.In.le., F1a 372-3353 Oalnwvllte 3781601I'm
STARKE FLA. hours.J l ;
They, also called on Mr and I .
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VTYTTYTTTTYTTTTTYTTTTYKingsley Judy Miller settled to start1) for puhlli< iillon dill III'' : this I of white carnations. 'j Don Elcbel.ser: and family I I IDonnt'J Sunday to Monday afternoon : Guard Unit outstanding( unit In the j

classes. ; at Massey Business time please/ :" phone fiem! direct The bride given in marriage 'I Coleman son of I here with their grandmother t talion doting, the training

Lake College on Tuesday. : to The Telogi.iph" Otil- by her father chose for Mrs F. B. Coleman is. spending Mis) Dorothy. Waters. 1 I riod. June 4-18.
Sur.clny: afternoon Mr. and 3101.rtttvvvvvv.nV..v.rvev. her wedding a gown of some lime in Jacksonville Mrs. Dorothy Waters was : Judged Tops Members, of the unit '

r Mrs.. K.': M. Nnrtoa Mrs. E. M. Norton and children : Chantlily lace over taffeta with Mr. and Mrs James Saturday night upper guestin Battalion ed 20.122:! In take-home
I In
1'hoiie' 08.H-Z081: put tlowers on the gravesof with fitted bodice, scalloped Coleman and, family while Highland of Mr. and Mrs : for their attendance,
their lathers at Macedoniaand neckline trimmed In crystals Ills mother Is !in Maryland j: Richard Norman and: sons most of this money : 1
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.AAAA4C'lirurn Oak Grove Cemeteriesnear I Calla lily! sleeves and bouffant with relatives I and all attended revival services Company D [IMaintl I 53rd brought! back to the (>

1III('C Icnny. They then I MAXVILLE skirt. A pearl crown Mis.Oall McChinx\ was at the Temple Baptist I, Spt Bn., the local National area, according to CWO auto'I
SC1I1mtLtsKII1 : vlsltrd: Mi. and Mrs Cecil By Mri.! A. C. Shwlo secured her veil. Her only maid of honor for Miss Ruth I'Church in Starke.Mr. Guard unit, completed Its annual L. Crosby Jr.
)! :':. Church Sunday School, 9:45a : John Alford of Bonlfay and strand of pearls. She carrieda a beautiful' ceremony at Osborne of Miami were last Fort Stewart. Oa. last it commander said

m. :M'r.ninK Worship. 11 a Mr. and l Mrs P. J. Saundert, I I' white orchid on a white the Otis Baptist Church. Monday visitors of Mrs. I Saturday and arrived home movement to and from
m TnonniH' Union. 6:45: pmEveniu and family of Penney Farms LUC.1S-T IIOMIS: lace Bible. I Henry Wellhau.sen saved as Dorothy Waters and Tuesday I that aUernoon.: was without accident or

Woishtp, 8 pm. Midweek were guests;; :" of Mr., and Mrs I Miss! Peggy Ann Lucas be- i j I Miss. Virxinlu North, maid best aian for the couple. visitors of Mrs. Waters were I The local auardmen received 1.'I hap, and described the
P aver Service, Wednesday Hay Miller and family Mon- came the bible of Harley Tal- of honor, was dressed in arose M,'. Olid Mis Bob Mc- Mr :and Mrs. A. L. Rheberg the "Proficiency Award" ing received as .
7 .JO pm Choir Practice, day evening.We made Thomas in a beauti- pink brocade street I Clung 1'iid son, Call McClunn of Macclenny.Rjteer 'I from the 53rd SupportBattalion While at Stewart the
8.30 p.m.Rev, Jim Rigdon ful candlelight! ceremony Sat i length dress with Wellhauseii attended Waters attended
were sorry to learn of scooped; :! I and Henry for being rated the performed such jobs as
supply pastor. the death of Processo GarciaIn urdaevening June 11 at 7'30: I necklln and sleeveless. Her. : home coming and Sunday School and Church I

Beultih Baptist Church: K>y West on Father's Day. p m. in the Maxville: Baptist 'I'j veil was a crown of pink sliiguv after dinner on th- services:: Sunday at the Highland -
Sundr- School. 10 a m. Morn- He is the father of Rene Garcia Churrh. The double ring ceremony I satin and she carried a bouquet 1 wound! Sunday at Clay Hill Baptist Church
inn Woihip.. 11 n.m. Training was performed by Rev. !I I of pink carnations. I IBildrstnaljs I Baptist Church.
Union. 6:30: pm. Evening! Bobbv Knight, pastor of the !, had
Mr. i Wo ,1111'. 730: pm. Midweek: of Jacksonville; recently p\ir- : chu'Lh. Oayla Lucas, sister of the the privilege last l. week to I

Praye..: Service, Wednesday, chased the Palmer Williams i I Parents of the bride arc bride and Sharon Orlffls.i I shut! at the Temple Baptist Announced
730 p m Rev. R. L. Tau- place( We welcome them to iMr.I, and: Mrs. Joseph R. Lucas i They wore blue brocade Chtircn In Staike lost Tuesday
iflit! pahtOCI'ERSON.1LS and the parents i \ I St' eel'
our community. Brooms! i street length dress with night the Orange I
Mr. and. Mrs Walter" Holl- I I'I are Mrs. Rosalee Thomas of !scooped neckline and sleeve- I, Baptist!! Church In Baldwin By Hospital

:Mi .).in: Mrs W. F. Arthur Iwav spent the weekend In i i i Macon. Oa. and Homer Thomas less. Their. veils were crowns! Friday niKht and Clay 11111Baptist

of Sarasota/ and Mr. and Mrs. JI\I'k'.lIlivllle as Kiiesls of E. of Maxvtlle. j of blue satin and each cart Church Sundav Fffectl.-e July 1. room and d''
W H Hutches! of Atlanta. Oa S. Cii'roll' and family. I I A program of nuptial music ,.i tied a bouquet of blue car- I David Jones of MavportMr. service charges at the Bradford A -I I II

WIMP, we kend guests of Mrs. Mrs. Cecil. Whltehend and : was rendered by Martin' nations. All the attendantswore : and Mrs. Hiram Jones County Hospital will be
Pauline Torode dauithteis attended the Wa- Lucj3. cousin of the bride. white elbow length and :Ms! and Mrs Olenda increased $3 per dry for adult
Marr'IlIartley t\ and sons terme'on' Festival at Chief- Soloist! was Miss Suzann Waters gloves. Little Miss Sherrl Jones of Williamson.! Oa and pediatric patients and ra

and their grandson! of Jack- land Inst Saturday. Guests of Hale. flower girl was gownedin were Thursday and Friday Oral} were Thursday lunch- week see Mrs. Leonard Harris floor baskets of white floor length: dress with yel seph I.ucis and! family The new rates were announced y yEVERYBODY

eon nest' of Mrs. E. M. Nor- and daughter! of Platts- gladioli: and white carnations. low back panel in the bouf- Thursday the JOIT! Lucas bv R. E. FJdmond-

ton mid children Thursday mouth. Nebv.. and !Miss Glen- The archway was decorated: fant.klrt and matching family Claude Green.,. Cliff son. hospital administrator LOVES \ )iJ
after' .urn !auests were Mri. nls Heirs of Chll'fland.I with white carnations and j cumbtTbund and veil. and Michael Slade enjoyed' followiiiR approval at a meeting I
Richard: Macheda: and Miss Because! of Increased dutiesat fern. EII ht-branch candel- Jack: I ucas, brother of the ''an outing at Sampson Like of the hospital board last

Namv! Hartley, also of Jacksonville -I horn, your correspondentwill bra on etch side of the archway bride served as best man. and Friday at Black Creek In Friday rlaht.EJmomt.son. ElectricGifts
not be able to write the I held white cathedral ta- Ushers! were Kenny Thomas. Midilcburu.Mr.: ) said! the Increase -
MnElim: nitres. and Mrs news any more until after I pers. The family pews were cousin of the groom; and and Mrs. Lyle Sr-hmell In rates WAS made ne-
Ray Millei, were in Jacksonville I summer.-: vacation, Auuust 29 I I marked with white satin I Richard Hobbs. Ring bearer and daughters of Jacksonville cessarv bv operational lossesas

last Monday to net Miss If yoj have any news items bows centered with clusters j was/ Randy[ Thomas, brother wIre Sunday dinner Indicated by state auditors I,
I of the rroom.Mother ,|I guests of Mr. and :Mis Bu- during a recent audit of the /r 9

I of the bride wore a ford HlgBinbothnin Mr hospital, /and salary raises to I ,,
dark ffreen suit with mint I I Schmoll was home for the make: the wares of professional I
green blouse and matching' weekend from Bnford. S. C. employees competitiveto

JACKSONVILLE BUSINESS DIRECTORY accessoiles Her corsage! was where he Is stationed' Mrs. those; being p
l t a green! orchid. Schmell and chlldl'cn111 be Institut'ons' In the urea, and + r wo {
i :Mother of the groom worea moving the last of this to ad lust upward the salarIes o ask1;
SHOP belie suit with white accessories month to Laurel Bay. S. C. of other employees
I I Her corsage was Pra-School starts Friday! Under he( new rate schedule -
I THE pink nations June 24It/ the Mamie A'jn"s .srni'-prlvate' rooms will ,
ANTIQUKSBought : For Best In Hearing :SeeSONOTONE- ''I Kongo Pet Shop A leccptlon was held at Jones EU-mentarv School for I advance( from $14 to $17 per I h Jv "1

the home of the bride's parents MX weeks for the pre-schoo'' nay: private rooms from $19 .. .. .
--Sold] Appraised I l\1"lt"NU.* I ... ......... .w.4)-' >
1 Poodle' The bride's table childieii. > 1 .
was to f 2.: pediatrics from $12
r Silver-,Fought----China--raise.Brass-.Oil Paintings I POODLE GROOMINO I covered with a white lace Mr. ors; Mrs. Rudy HlRdlnb.tham I, to $15: and nursery from $4' ,:.. \
OF JACKSONVILLE"The Sweaters, Collars Tags, '! cloth end\ : centered with a I and family or to $6. I. : .and their thoughtful givers!
One I'iece or a Houae Full Strongest and Smallest Pet Supplies three-tiered wedding cake Lawtey and Miss Faye Sweat I .

Hearing Aid in the World" I Rlrrls-FlMlt-Ihmthters( j embossed with pastel pink were Involved in an accident i Bradford Hospital .v.. 1 Gift-giving occasion coming up? Mother, .Dad. .Bride Grarl. ..
10-6 P.M. )
Ina Ward Antiques Only Co Hearing Aid! Matlf Dally Closed roses, lopped with a wedding' Saturday afternoon while on I '.., Birthday. Anniversary By all means: Give Bettcr, Electrically! I '
3572 St. Johns Ave. 22ent Monroe TuesdayJacksonville bell under which stood a II their way to Charleston' S ,, Eligible ForMedicare ,
333-1463 I 8939 Herlong Rd. Norraandlt miniature! bride and sroom. C. to visit Mr. andIrs: ,I Program l It's easy to select electric gifts. For gracious entertaining. For patio :

Jacksonville 387-1379 W. Jaohsonvine Section 781-2800 Around the bride's table were Tommy Baker and family I I cook-outs. For personal grooming. For mora fun and leisure. No size, I

Cull t'ulli-rt I J clusters of for-uet-me-nots I The accident occurred out of I According to Information .1 color, or pattern problems. Electrical appliances are modern, beauti ,t;
1IORRY SHOP PIANOS( GROANS; At each end of the table Charkston S. C. and all escaped received here from the office ,
Auto Sales & Service : fully designed, and long-lasting. Bigger values than ever, too.
were crystal trays holding: i / Injury except Mrs of Equal Health Opportunity :
WESTSIDEVolkswagen Mason& Hamlin Pianos i minis and nuts. Cutting the !I HiH7)r.botham) hart to be ad- in Washington, D. C., the For that really special occasion, how about a big surprise like an <
FIELDSHOBBY Hammond Organ cake and serving: punch were I mlttr"J to a hospital there. : Bradford has : clothes nameless with
electric dishwasher
\ I i County Hospital -i; or dryer, or new range a r4?
Inc. Magnavox Organs Mrs. Miler and Mrs. If.iro4! Harris son of Mrant '
Palm-I| .
SHOP I Inc. been found to be in compliance .! lifetime of LOVE! 1t'
""ou Oft A Good Oeiil" At- qulst Mrs! Johnny Tyson. !Mrs Leon Harris is expected with Title 6 of the Civil ". .. -

AUTHORIZED: DEALER A Complete Line of cousin! of the groom kept the I to return, home from 1 I' Right( ArtAdministrator : Do a bit; of browsing in your favorite store now! '
( bride's book. Hope Haven Hospital where
Sale J..V X Part' Boat & Airplane Builders Supplies F. O. MILLER jj 4 run. \: R. E. Edmonrtson [;
I I After spending some time he his been a patient for
"Nervlre Mp/f Body( Shop Specializing\ in Radio '- ::.: .::': j I I said that, barring '
with their guests. the couple several weeks to soend some. i!' : .
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Controlled Models I Ttl lll w f r"I. r.O''I. any unfnrseen occurrence, the |
Open 8 a,.'n. 8 p.m i left on aeddliv* trip to time at home before reentering < -4. (
arid Equipment I hospital will be eligible to Lr$1FLORIDA :t
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5 p.m. SatClosed Sunday ''uksmttillaiLW South Florida The bride : for more sur'rey.David I I :
I I I I accept( patients under the '. ; .of I I .
LNJ.t SOUTH: l Open Evenings till 9 P.M. | chose for traveling a greenand I Jones left :Mavport :Medicate" pl'olramhleh goes f:
Phone Jacksonville 334-3141 hate two-piece suit Tuesti.iv this week aboard "
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SAWSPEARSON'S I into effect July 1.A 1.
602 So. EdgewoOd 'with *hate! accessories. Hercorsage the U3S;: Noah for Italv.
Parrish Motors Jacksonville 3S8-86S2 I I was the white orchid Rome and various other I POWER & LIGHT COMPANY ,'

Saw & Knife from her bridal bouquet. places I ('''1".111(1 l ( In the' TELK- ; HELPING BUILD FLORIDA

SALES- SEKVH'E I\ Th. newlyweds are making Jackie Lynn and: Aneela, .
: : :Men's( & Hoy's Weai SALES & 1 CiKAIMt! brings result
home here. Both the
SKRICE LVp ALL TYPES OF SnWS1"ARTY I Waters of Baldwin spent I ... .. .,..,
I 5027 Broadway Ave I bride amid, groom /are graduates F.- ---- '-' k''- --- -- ...:a!.

"Quality Clothe for :Men an Jacksonville. F.V 4-3181 cf Baldwin High '
32 Years As A Dealer Bogs Since 1919" | School. Out-of-town guests I
Always Good Used Cars SEWING( ; MACHINES I were :Mrs. Johnny Tyson and
&I.-tison'IlI. Van Heusen Stetson Hats | Robert Fraser of ;
921 Laura St. : Macclenny.
Phone 356-5654 McGregor Cup SINGER At'T. ZIGZ. G'olllllt'te i Mrs Leon' Fraser. Mrs Harry
.'unna'ear! Rentallounqfllcn'sShop LUCllh.Irs! Hubert Thomas -
Like New In 4 Dr. Cabinet I I
Automatic Transmission! Mr. and Mrs. Bill Livingston -
Sold New over $300
IX ( 5set or S3.00 Per ManU Henry W Thomas. _
Automatic I ;: Mrs Betty Richardson, Mr

Transmissions & Ideal Sewing Center /and Mrs" Ressie Rldaon! and
310 Main. Comer Duval! ALL MAKES t-cwi, Waters all of Jack

Motor Exchange Jacksonville New and Used Machine* sonville.

BIG nUUYV.I.T 848 Cassat Ave. | .l.iciuid.. Knibrludrrv: Party NaturalGasM. Y Ri
Jacksonville S81-5071 1: Mrs, Joseph Lucas entertained -
Remanufactured Transmissions :MOTORCYCLES( ( 1 at her home Saturday
afternoon at 2 p m. With a
By quality Craftsman 1 1( liquid embroidery party l
2097 W. Beaver: St. RAY'SJMk'lon"llIp
After the demonstration the
3:>.>-1711 TRACK SERVICE.. I six guests present were servo So Efficient At So Little Cost

ed cookies and punch.
All Models Down I Sensor.
Portable Track Press
CAMPEU3Cribbs: I Miscellaneous: ShowerMr
Merchants Oreen Stamps I Welding Jobs Like Air (*on inning/ ilrnlin.
: Arthur Carter the
Campers Open 8 A.M. to 7 P.M. I'wd Bulldozer & Crawlers former June Hlxglnbotham Cooking. Clothes Drying, and Water

Monday-Friday "We'll Keep 'em Rolling" I was guest of honor last Heating Only Means Rigger Savings:
Del-Rey Campers 8 AM. to 6 P.M. 7287; {{', Beaver I Thursday night at a miscellaneous When You Make Your Home An AllNatural -

Saturday and Wednesday Jackoom( 388-4621 shower given Goy; Home!
Shasta Trailers CLOSED SUNDAY: bv MrsStdncy
TROPICAL FISH Harris and Mrs Alvin F ,
Skamper ConvertiblesIOTORS! & CYCLES I I Padttett at the home of Mrs ryV 1 y,'

4949! Standing Blvd. MERMAIDAQUARIUMS Raymond KIl ore tP 4c
TriuleN-Biuik Flnunrlng :
Jacksonville! 771-8241 i Games were played and
5408 San Juan Ave.
Jacksonville 383-9343 prizes awarded to Mrs Dorothy -
Complete Aquarium SuppHe I HUslnbotham/ and Mrs -
CHAIN SAWSMiddleburg :MUSIC Imported Fish All !Specie* Eleanor Flllln ham. =

CALL OR COME BY I After the' honored guest
ChainSaw Paulus Music Co. Mon.-Sat 10 a m. to 6 pm opened her many lovely and 1
Sunday 3 to 6 p.m. 'useful f.lfts refreshments of Too Go Natural
Sales I We Order Any Fish Available: cake and;| punch were.. served ;r&I
n o :IIi'lL' 1 T E Band & String Instruments 913 S. Edirewootl' Ave.Jioksnmille tho 25 guests present Gas
Gibson it |Ito I
Money Makin' Chain Saws Amplifiers 388-0404 Out-" .j\vn. guests were
S\j & !SERVICE: .. School Supplies-Instruction Mrs George. Johnson and 3 bt
Roberts Recorders WESTERN STORE
Parts and Repairs All Makes Mrs' Eleanor Y.'IlIlnham! of A
Toro & Yazoo Power Mowers Music LibraryExpertRt. Jacksni.\llle.
21 MlddleburK: 282-505O Repair Department LITTLE DUDE
M-s Avory Slade'Isl ted Let Us Make A Sur-
41 W. !Monroe St. Western Store j Saturday. Mrs Gertrude

ELECTRIC MOTORS( ) Jacksonville 353-8447 "Where. You'll Find Every- Sled I h.: the Bradford/ Coun- vey Of Your Home

3310: Beach Bl\d. thin' nsi the Horse! i ty Hospital. No. Cost.-No
Brothers Today. '
Peavy Mr" and :Mrs Arthur Wil- o i

Electric Co. Jacksonville 393-3091 Western Clothing --Leather- klnso'i' and Mr RndI1'1I! Obligation-
goods, Saddles and Trailers Archie< Smith of Jacksonville
JQ.ECTUC1l'OR! : !>4 Chart' fc Sharon Petty were lust Friday visitors of
Bold- el'vlcedRepalredll1SICln..truments: 90'? So. tdjl'wood: Ave. I Mrs Avory Slade and fam- JILL
J.irkxomille MI-11\0\ CALL -
Generator'*--Starters ily

Alterations I MARVIN KAY'S WELL DRILLING; WllbJin" Old.lens. of Avon GAS F.
Armature Rrwlndlnf p"1'1<, was a weekend guest of 964-2351 0 _
4044 Lenox Ave Music Center :Mrs Belle Giddens and Mr,
j Jacksonville 387-2528 and :Mrs. D. B Qriffls.I ( .

1 (FLOOR COVERING=" Fender, Gr 'toh & Vox Guitar Well Drilling Co. I and Mrs Buddy HOME
Hatten. and Selmer Biownlnii,
Klny. attended a family
Band Instrument if union weekend before last
Electric Water
Looking for Complete
I Ludwig Slintferland, Rogers Systems In Valdosta On .-.'.,
better carpets? Drum IKKIOT10V! :M.in I ldtn.! Ray Pfllum
visit ?)?') KrnliiN &I( Kfp.irir on ALL F1IX I'lVANClNG:' :.; and l l.imily. of Jacksonville
rl S86U Hyde Grove Ave. aim l 11hn\ F B Coleman left For Further OSCAH DAVIS
LGc-/cJQ E/ l 41)0.),) M I Msr., .Tu: 'ksonvIlle Siitint'.iv, lot Lexington, Paik, InformationCAM. NATURAL GAS DEPARTMENT CITY OF STARKE Utilities
HOGAH, l .1,1,)h kionville'' '' .I.'': l'iilh-4't "'- Mil!t! I'l'1"' : C.nl.I"' ,,
:: : : :_ : : "n. : I.I.IM- I in sp, lid the nexllutilll. !)I-235I: Director

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